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Episode 37 – Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (w. Adam and Ally)

9/6/2018
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Seasoned guests Adam and Ally are back in the studio to talk about 1969’s Robert Redford/Paul Newman vehicle Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. As it turns out, we were all a bit perplexed by the film and what, if anything, it was trying to say. Or is it just a fun Western romp that we […] The post Episode 37 – Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (w. Adam and Ally) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:50:48

Episode 36 – All the President’s Men (w. Taylor Anderson)

8/24/2018
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We welcome history major and film lover Taylor Anderson to the show to talk about the perennial and undeniably essential 1976 movie All the President’s Men. Of course, we recorded on the same day that a guilty plea and a conviction rocked the current president’s administration, so our conversation takes on a sudden urgency. The parallels […] The post Episode 36 – All the President’s Men (w. Taylor Anderson) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:01:01:09

Episode 35 – Bringing Up Baby (w. Lee from Faking Movies)

8/9/2018
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We’re reviewing another Cary Grant/Howard Hawks collab, 1938’s screwball comedy Bringing Up Baby with our guest Lee from the podcast Faking Movies. It really is strange that this movie wasn’t a traditional box office success, what with Katherine Hepburn and TWO leopards! We talk about the tightly packed script, wacky characters and crippling production delays. And […] The post Episode 35 – Bringing Up Baby (w. Lee from Faking Movies) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:40:49

Episode 34 – A Trip to the Moon (w. Doug Gobeski and Paul Wilcox)

7/26/2018
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What better way to celebrate a boys weekend than with Georges Méliès’ 1902 work A Trip to the Moon? Jessica couldn’t make it this week, but we’ve got Executive Producer Adam Gobeski in the co-host chair with TWO returning guests, Doug Gobeski and Paul Wilcox! We talk about the history of cinema, the innumerable soundtracks available […] The post Episode 34 – A Trip to the Moon (w. Doug Gobeski and Paul Wilcox) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:51:10

Episode 33 – The Elephant Man (w. Brianne Gobeski)

7/12/2018
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Charlie, Jessica and Adam alternate between high emotion and utter confusion while reviewing the 1980 David Lynch film The Elephant Man with return guest Brianne Gobeski. We discuss what material the movie is based on (and NOT based on), Mel Brook’s contribution, and how it compares to the stage play. We all agree that acting and […] The post Episode 33 – The Elephant Man (w. Brianne Gobeski) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:01:05:52

Episode 32 – What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (w. Amber Elby)

6/28/2018
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Author and cinephile Amber Elby is back to discuss the 1993 indie film What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, and she records live from the same town it was filmed in! We dive right into the appropriateness of Leonardo DiCaprio’s performance and Johnny Depp’s inappropriate hair. Is this a film that would have been made today? Or would it have […] The post Episode 32 – What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (w. Amber Elby) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:01:01:12

Episode 31 – Children of Men (w. Patrick Hill)

6/14/2018
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We come off a Die Hard high by watching the equally exciting but exceedingly dark 2006 film Children of Men with return guest Patrick Hill. We contemplate what defines a “dystopian” movie and name some of our favorites. Then, we marvel over the masterful long-takes but probably spend too much time talking about animals. And does […] The post Episode 31 – Children of Men (w. Patrick Hill) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:01:03:49

Episode 30 – Die Hard (w. Megan Heneke)

5/31/2018
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Somehow we have managed to make it to episode 30 without discussing a pure action film, but this week we’re doing so in style by reviewing Die Hard with our returning guest Megan Heneke! We appreciate John McClain’s All-American charm, except for Charlie who seems to be in Hans Gruber’s corner. Did Gruber come up with […] The post Episode 30 – Die Hard (w. Megan Heneke) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:56:31

Episode 29 – Alphaville (w. Adam Gobeski)

5/17/2018
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We remain perplexed at the 1965 French New Wave film Alphaville but manage to make some sense of it with our Executive Producer Adam Gobeski. We find out that Jessica is much less likely to be executed in this dystopian sci-fi universe. And what amazing executions those are! We touch on what Jean-Luc Godard really intended for […] The post Episode 29 – Alphaville (w. Adam Gobeski) appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:01:08:01

Episode 28 – The Social Network

5/3/2018
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Bryan from The SilverScreen Redemption podcast talks with Charlie about why he originally missed out on the 2010 David Fincher film The Social Network. We discuss Mark Zuckerberg’s real personality vs how he’s portrayed in the film. Is he really an asshole, or is he just trying really hard to be one? And Bryan can’t help […] The post Episode 28 – The Social Network appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:44:39

Episode 27 – The Big Chill

4/12/2018
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We sit down and get all teary-eyed with Dan Hess and review the movie that spawned a Baby Boomer nostalgia revolution, 1983’s The Big Chill. We talk about that High Fidelity quote that causes Millennials like us to go into this movie blind. And the world has come a long way with regards to surrogacy, but […] The post Episode 27 – The Big Chill appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:58:46

Episode 26 – On Golden Pond

3/29/2018
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Jessica introduces Charlie to one of her favorite films, 1981’s acting tour-de-force On Golden Pond. They discuss the deliberate casting, knockout performances and the one and only Dabney Coleman. Listen to find out Jessica’s least favorite 80’s slang term, and the one aspect of the movie Charlie hate hate hated. Clarifications: OMG there’s a sequel to […] The post Episode 26 – On Golden Pond appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:49:19

Episode 25 – Solaris

3/15/2018
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Billy and Topher from We Watched a Thing get up bright and early in Australia to talk about the 1972 Andrei Tarkovsky masterpiece Solaris. We wax philosophical about time, space, memory and wedding hangovers. We also get into all of the obstacles Tarkovsky had to hurdle in order to create this film, and whether that’s what […] The post Episode 25 – Solaris appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:57:59

Episode 24 – Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

3/1/2018
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Co-host of the podcasts Adam Sandler Please Stop and Mistakes Were Made Robert Bacon joins us to reminisce about the 1993 Disney film Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993). Despite some misgivings we all find it IMPOSSIBLE to not like this film. We talk animal actors, and HUMAN actors! Plus, we develop several sequels and spin-offs we’d like to […] The post Episode 24 – Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:46:21

Episode 23 – The Shape of Water

2/15/2018
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We continue our abbreviated 2018 Academy Award Best Picture series with The Shape of Water, joined by our guests from our first two episodes, Adam and Ally. We try to interpret the meaning behind the character’s behavior, the creature design and the color scheme, but it appears that Guillermo del Toro has already told the […] The post Episode 23 – The Shape of Water appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:53:29

Episode 22 – Lady Bird

2/1/2018
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In honor of the 2018 Oscar nominations, Jessica and Charlie hit the theater to watch the multiply nominated coming-of-age tale Lady Bird (2017). We recount how the film reflects our own high school experience, how Greta Gerwig manages to stuff so much into such a small run time, and why Laurie Metcalf is the best ever. […] The post Episode 22 – Lady Bird appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:57:39

Episode 21 – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

1/18/2018
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We’re back from our holiday hiatus, and Charlie has brought his mom, Marcy Wallace on the show to talk about Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). Turns out it’s easy to get caught up in the details if you’re re-watching this one. But in between Jessica and Charlie’s plot quibbles, we get Marcy’s opinion […] The post Episode 21 – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:58:50

Episode 20 – Sixteen Candles

12/14/2017
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Eric Mackie joins us to visit the 1984 John Hughes film Sixteen Candles for the first time. He’s a little surprised to find it’s not quite like the other John Hughes movies he’s familiar with. Jessica finds the good parts in this movie, but Charlie seems unable to look past the parts of the movie […] The post Episode 20 – Sixteen Candles appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:01:01:06

Episode 19 – Jaws

11/30/2017
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This week Jessica is in the hot seat, since she had never seen the 1975 summer blockbuster “Jaws”, with special contributor Kara Hulce. We talk about whether the slower pacing of the film works, if the animatronics hold up, and we get a little confused about who the shark ate and when. Boy, that shark […] The post Episode 19 – Jaws appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:00:48:34

Episode 18 – Birdman

11/16/2017
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Your hosts welcome Doug Gobeski to the studio to dig deep on Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014). It won the Oscar for Best Picture, and was co-written and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu. So why doesn’t it get traction with half the user reviews on the internet? And what does […] The post Episode 18 – Birdman appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration:01:04:40