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<p>Josh and Adam head to the clink, the slammer, the Big House to name their Top 5 Movie Prisoners. Plus, a review of the acclaimed new UK prison drama STARRED UP... and Quentin Tarantino's new day job inspires another Filmspotting Poll Death Match.</p>
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<p>Time hurries on, and the leaves that are green turn to brown... Josh and Adam preview the fall movie season and offer an end-of-summer review roundup sparked by a clash over THE ONE I LOVE, starring Mark Duplass and Elizabeth Moss. Other movies covered include: THE CONGRESS, THE TRIP TO ITALY, THE ...
<p>Josh and Adam get to feel almost famous as they go on tour with their Top 5 (Fictional) Movie Bands. Plus, a review of FRANK starring Michael Fassbender, and find out if Larsen dares to recommend SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR.</p>
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<p>O Captain! My Captain! if Robin Williams ever failed to seize the day, it wasn't on camera. Filmspotting celebrates the life of the late actor and comedian with a Sacred Cow review of 1989's DEAD POETS SOCIETY. Plus, Josh and Adam share their Top 5 Robin Williams Scenes.</p>
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<p>Ray Harryhausen, Douglas Trumbull, Dick Smith... Michael Phillips joins Adam in praise of the old school effects guys with their Top 5 Pre-CGI Scenes. Plus, they confess their cinematic sins of omission to Father Brendan Gleeson in CALVARY, and spend a few minutes on Marvel's GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. ...
07
Aug
2014
47:18 mins
<p>Richard Linklater's BOYHOOD was twelve years in the making... Before departing for a little post-500th episode R&amp;R, Josh and Adam gave it well more than 12 minutes for this Filmspotting Fix.</p>
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<p>Nine years, four months and 20 days in the making... Michael Phillips from the Chicago Tribune, Slate's Dana Stevens and &mdash; via Skype from San Francisco &mdash; the newly anointed writer/director of STAR WARS VIII, Rian Johnson, join Adam and Josh for this special LIVE edition of Filmspotting ...
<p>If Filmspotting builds a Top 5 Magic Realism Moments in movies, will you come? With director Michel Gondry&rsquo;s MOOD INDIGO currently in theatres and available on demand, Josh and Adam devote this week&rsquo;s Top 5 to a subject that Gondry exploits to great effect, those moments when a director ...
<p>Are the days of treating franchise reboots as an inferior species of movie no more? Josh and Adam check in on the damned dirty apes of DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, the sequel to 2011's surprisingly successful &mdash; and surprisingly good &mdash; Apes restart. Plus, Filmspotting anoints the Top ...
<p>Josh and Adam really carpe the diem this week: they find the holy grail, ask out Diane Cort and fake orgasms at the Carnegie Deli &mdash; all on the hottest day of the year in Bed-Stuy. Get a Sacred Cow review of Tim Burton's BATMAN, plus the Top 5 Films of 1989.</p>
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<p>There are no instructions for building the perfect Top 5 Movies of the Year (So Far). You&rsquo;ve got to do it yourself. At the midway point of the moviegoing year, Josh and Adam try their best to be master list builders. Plus, a review of David Michod's bleak THE ROVER, starring Guy Pearce and Robert ...
<p>Adam and Josh review Oregon director Kelly Reichardt&rsquo;s NIGHT MOVES with Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning, and also do some location scouting for this week&rsquo;s Top 5 &mdash; Pacific Northwest Movies &mdash; while having some pie and, excuse me, a damn fine cup of coffee.</p>
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<p>Josh and Michael Phillips &mdash; along with their respective gangs of New York &mdash; leave the Five Points for an exploration of immigration in the movies. They&rsquo;ve got a review of James Gray&rsquo;s THE IMMIGRANT, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Marion Cotillard, and their Top 5 Immigrant Movies. ...
<p>Josh and The Dissolve&rsquo;s Tasha Robinson may have to wait until Prince Adam returns in a week or two to lift the curse Tasha just put on this week&rsquo;s Top 5: Disney Villains. Plus, the hosts weigh in on Angelina Jolie's interpretation of one of those classic Disney villains, MALEFICENT. If ...
<p>Josh and Michael put aside their petty differences for the good of humanity &mdash; and the show &mdash; when they share their Top 5 Movie Teams. Plus, Michael's report from Cannes and a review of X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST, a movie that begins in the future, mostly takes place in the past and has ...
<p>Don&rsquo;t tell their wives, but after taping this show, Josh and Adam split a bottle of Jack Daniels and got ink for all of the picks that made this week&rsquo;s Top 5: Movie Tattoos (That We&rsquo;d Get). Plus, Larsen Recommends THE DOUBLE starring Jesse Eisenberg and critic David Ehrlich phones ...
<p>Josh and Adam celebrate their Top 5 Car Scenes by lip syncing the entirety of Queen&rsquo;s "Bohemian Rhapsody." Plus, a review of LOCKE starring Tom Hardy... and his SUV.</p>
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<p>Adam's Top Most Anticipated Summer Movies boasts a collective budget that might cover a week of catering on the set of "Transformers: Age of Extinction." Does Josh go for a little more mainstream fare? Plus, Steve Prokopy aka Capone from Ain't it Cool News drops by to preview the Chicago Critics Film ...
<p>Adam bites his tongue to avoid making any "Hudson Hawk" jokes as he and Josh go back to their high school days for a countdown of the Top 5 Films of 1991, inspired by a Sacred Cow discussion of Gus Van Sant's Shakespeare-inspired MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO. Plus, a conversation with the artistic director ...
<p>Filmspotting comes in peace, even if its Top 5 list does not. Your hosts consider their favorite cinematic Things From Space (That Came To Destroy Us). Plus, a review of Jim Jarmusch's latest starring Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as a centuries-old vampire couple, ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE, and Josh's ...
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