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<p>It&rsquo;s that time when Filmspotting starts looking back on the year in film... So this Thanksgiving weekend, Josh and Adam announce their initial candidates for the Golden Brick Award, and revisit reviews of some films that flew a little under the radar in 2013. Among them, Sarah Polley&rsquo;s ...
<p>Josh and Adam travel through time and space to share their Top 5 Movies With Places In the Title. Yes, after almost 9 years, it seems they've officially run out of Top 5 ideas. Plus, a review of Alexander Payne&rsquo;s latest, NEBRASKA, and the finale to the Korean Auteurs Marathon, A TALE OF TWO ...
<p>Inspired by the ultra-slimmed down Matthew McConaughey and a transgendered Jared Leto, Josh and Adam review DALLAS BUYERS CLUB and share their Top 5 Actor Transformations.</p>
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<p>What&rsquo;s more awkward: Dustin Hoffman&rsquo;s Benjamin hooking up with Mrs. Robinson, or Josh and Adam tackling their Top 5 Sexual Awakening Movies? Plus, a review of this year&rsquo;s Cannes Palme d&rsquo;Or winner -- and sexually explicit coming-of-age movie -- BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR.</p>
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<p>Michael Phillips steps in for Adam to review one of the year&rsquo;s most acclaimed films - director Steve McQueen&rsquo;s 12 YEARS A SLAVE, the movie which inspired this week&rsquo;s Top 5 Movies Set in the South... Plus, Adam and Josh discuss the fifth film in their Korean Auteurs Marathon, SECRET ...
<p>Josh and Adam get into the Halloween spirit with a Sacred Cow discussion of 1973&rsquo;s THE EXORCIST. William Friedkin&rsquo;s horror classic turns 40 this year. They also revisit their Top 5 Terrifying Characters from last fall, and continue their look at contemporary Korean cinema with 2008's THE ...
<p>Adam and Josh discuss CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, the new film from director Paul Greengrass, starring Tom Hanks. Plus, here's the deal: You give them your attention, they'll give you their Top 5 Hostage Movies.</p>
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<p>Herrmann, Steiner, Williams, Morricone, Bernstein&hellip; musical heavyweights battle for top 5 primacy this week as Filmspotting shares their favorite Movie Themes. Joining Josh and Adam is movie score fanatic Michael Phillips from the Chicago Tribune. Plus, their review of GRAVITY, the acclaimed ...
<p>Josh and Adam preview the Chicago International Film Festival, which begins Oct. 10, by sharing their Top 5 Most Anticipated CIFF Movies. Plus, the third film in Filmspotting's Korean Auteurs Marathon, I'M A CYBORG, BUT THAT'S OK, and Larsen Recommends: DON JON.</p>
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<p>Adam resists the urge to spend the whole show quoting "Tombstone" as he and Josh share their Top 5 Films of 1993, part of Filmspotting's year-by-year countdown series. Plus, a review of the new indie drama SHORT TERM 12, starring Brie Larson, and the Korean Auteurs Marathon continues with Hong Sang-soo&rsquo;s ...
<p>Sam Rockwell&rsquo;s Chuck Barris may not have known how he felt about long-suffering girlfriend Penny, but listeners know exactly how they feel about Rockwell. Josh and Adam share results from their listener poll about their favorite Rockwell performance, plus Adam's quick chat with the actor about ...
<p>Open the pod bay doors. Michael Phillips fills in for Adam on this week's mission: the Sacred Cow review of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY. Plus, the Top 5 Stanley Kubrick Scenes.</p>
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<p>Josh and Adam turn their attention to the change of season with their Top 5 Most Anticipated Fall Movies. Plus, a review of the new martial arts biopic THE GRANDMASTER from director Wong Kar-wai, and the first film in Filmspotting's six-part Korean Auteurs Marathon, 2004&rsquo;s 3-IRON.</p>
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<p>Filmspotting honors a writer by talking about the movies adapted from his books. A writer's nightmare? Perhaps. Adam and Josh pay tribute to Elmore Leonard, whose work inspired some great movie adaptations including "Get Shorty" and "Out of Sight." Plus, the guys drop in for a pint with Simon Pegg, ...
<p>Josh and Adam round up their banjos, bows and arrows and irrational fear of sadistic mountain men in order to pull off this week's Top 5: Nature Movies. Plus, a discussion of David Gordon Green's PRINCE AVALANCHE, starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch, and your hosts each recommend a movie currently ...
<p>A standalone discussion of Joshua Oppenheimer's powerful new documentary "The Act of Killing," about Indonesian death squad leaders who re-stage their most infamous crimes as cinema.</p>
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<p>Inspired by Matt Damon in Neill Blomkamp's ELYSIUM, Josh and Adam have one hour to complete their Top 5 Dangerous Missions, or else microscopic explosives will rupture their carotid arteries. Plus, Josh's take on the aptly named THE SPECTACULAR NOW.</p>
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<p>Take a not-so-friendly trip down Filmspotting memory lane... The Adam-Josh divide over "Prometheus" was fairly tame, but their first major disagreement set the table for the all-out blood feuds of "Argo" and "The Impossible."</p>
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<p>Mr. Lundegaard, we're just here to talk about this week's Top 5: Supporting Players in Lead Roles. The heck we mean? Like fer instance, Frances McDormand in FARGO. Plus, Adam&rsquo;s chat with longtime supporting player James Cromwell about his starring role in the new film STILL MINE, and a review ...
<p>Adam tries to convince Josh that he has no knowledge of Sarah Connor&rsquo;s whereabouts -- whatever it takes to stay alive in order to share this week&rsquo;s Filmspotting Top 5: Movie Robots. Plus, it's Kaiju vs. Jaeger in Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim" ... Will it also be Kempenaar vs. Josh?</p>
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