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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


Episode 17 – The Shawshank Redemption

11/2/2017
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We welcome our first sibling to the podcast, Lesley Wallace, to talk about The Shawshank Redemption (1994)! Despite the near constant airing on TNT, Lesley had never managed to watch this, well, except the ending. But it still managed to hold a few surprises, including some of the bushiest eyebrows in cinema. So get busy […] The post Episode 17 – The Shawshank Redemption appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:48:15


Episode 16 – Blade Runner

10/19/2017
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Charlie and guest host Adam Gobeski watch the 1982 sci-fi film Blade Runner with guest Paul Wilcox. We give you the low-down on the different versions of the film (we watched “The Final Cut”) and probe the philosophical implications of having a race of slave robots. Of course, we address THE BIG QUESTION that’s open […] The post Episode 16 – Blade Runner appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:54:19


Episode 15 – Fantastic Mr. Fox

10/5/2017
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Jessica and Charlie welcome our guest Arnoldo Lopez for our FIRST animated feature review, Wes Anderson’s delightfully quirky Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009). Does this really fit in to Anderson’s catalog, or is it a digression? And what’s the deal with the big black wolf? And the most important question: Does this movie ruin Adam’s childhood?? Clarifications: […] The post Episode 15 – Fantastic Mr. Fox appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:47:37


Episode 14 – Forbidden Planet

9/21/2017
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Author Amber Elby joins Charlie and guest co-host and Executive Producer Adam Gobeski to watch Forbidden Planet (1956). We marvel at the production design (and a young Leslie Nielsen), discuss the film’s nods to The Tempest, and argue which one of us has the highest IQ. Okay, we didn’t do that last one, but honestly – […] The post Episode 14 – Forbidden Planet appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:58:22


Episode 13 – The Graduate

9/7/2017
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Dustin Jacqmin joins us to talk about his namesake Dustin Hoffman as we review The Graduate (1967). Is Benjamin the biggest jerk in movie history? Is Elaine just as crazy as he is? The repeated theme of alienation plays well with the kids, but how about us adults? And what conversation could be complete without discussing the […] The post Episode 13 – The Graduate appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 01:05:07


Episode 12 – His Girl Friday

8/24/2017
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This week the tables are turned and Charlie hadn’t seen the quintessential screwball comedy His Girl Friday (1940). We discuss how the movie was affected by the Hollywood Production code, the dark undertones of the movie, and how we love Cary Grant (because who doesn’t?). The BBC Culture just listed it as the #14 comedy of all […] The post Episode 12 – His Girl Friday appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:47:06


Episode 11 – La La Land

8/10/2017
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In episode 11, we review the upbeat, colorful, almost-Best-Picture-winner La La Land (2016) with the less than impressed Brianne Gobeski. Why did we invite a guest on who was well-versed in musical theater and movies instead of someone who would blindly fawn over Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone?? She won’t give the movie a free pass, […] The post Episode 11 – La La Land appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 01:08:48


Episode 10 – The Godfather

7/27/2017
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Our friends Schmelvie joins us this episode to watch the 1972 masterpiece The Godfather. We go in depth with character analysis, discuss production and sound design, overall color palette choices and perhaps one of cinema’s most iconic scenes. Oh, and also how Fredo is a loser and no one loves him. Poor Fredo! Clarifications: Firstly, […] The post Episode 10 – The Godfather appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 01:08:19


Episode 9 – A Fish Called Wanda

7/13/2017
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Longtime friends Dan and Michelle Hess join us to talk about the hilarious 1988 film A Fish Called Wanda. We talk about the pitch perfect script and performances, the unexpected cultural sensitivity, and how you can never have too many Monty Pythonites. Oh, and Dan tells a story about the movie that may have started […] The post Episode 9 – A Fish Called Wanda appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 01:02:37


Episode 8 – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

6/29/2017
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We discuss the “hardships” of being an 80’s teenager in the northern suburbs of Chicago in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986), with our guest Kara Hulce. Kara is quick to point out that Ferris isn’t really that great of a person, and that even in 1986, Charlie Sheen doles out pretty bad advice. Will Jessica […] The post Episode 8 – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 01:01:23


Episode 7 – They Live

6/15/2017
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Good friend and John Carpenter fan Justin Sills joins us after his first time watching They Live (1988), We talk about the director’s unique style, the best improvised lines and the brilliance of Keith David. And what They Live discussion could be complete without the wrestling moves of the late, great “Rowdy” Roddy Piper? We […] The post Episode 7 – They Live appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:55:30


Episode 6 – The Big Lebowski

6/1/2017
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Go fix yourself a White Russian, we’ll wait, because we’re watching The Big Lebowski (1998) with our good friend Jessica. Besides, you wouldn’t want us to drink alone, would you? We talk a LOT about the characters in this film, which makes sense, because it is a Coen brothers film after all. We also marvel over the best […] The post Episode 6 – The Big Lebowski appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 01:03:09


Episode 5 – Nebraska

5/18/2017
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Grab your truck and air compressor, ’cause in this episode we review the 2013 Alexander Payne film Nebraska with our guest Patrick Hill. We discuss Payne’s portrayal of the Midwest, June Squibb’s “breakout” performance and several characters’ hair. And does Bruce Dern’s character Woody have dementia or is he just deluded? Plus, Patrick is the first […] The post Episode 5 – Nebraska appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:58:25


Episode 4 – The Apartment

5/4/2017
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Jessica, Charlie and our guest Megan Henecke watch “The Apartment”(1960), starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine. This movie really makes us wonder whether all 50’s and 60’s office parties were like orgies, between this and Mad Men… We discuss the rampant sexism contained in the film; but how much was an intentional commentary and how […] The post Episode 4 – The Apartment appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:58:57


Episode 3 – The Searchers

4/20/2017
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Charlie and Jessica discuss the incredibly influential 1956 film “The Searchers” with our incredibly combative executive producer Adam Gobeski. Is the main character, Ethan, a psychopath? Is his best “friend” Martin just a 13 year old girl? Is every person named Charlie a complete chunk head?? How will you ever know unless you listen?! The post Episode 3 – The Searchers appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:59:20


Episode 2 – Dead Poets Society

4/4/2017
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This time, we strong-arm Ally (and Adam) into watching the 1989 drama Dead Poets Society. We get confused about which redhead is which, and Charlie can’t keep the characters names in his head for more than 5 seconds. Plus, we look fondly back at memories of teachers from our past, and which movies they made […] The post Episode 2 – Dead Poets Society appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 01:00:24


Episode 1 – WarGames

4/3/2017
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Welcome to the first episode! We forced our friends Adam and Ally to discuss the 1983 sci-fi comedy/drama/all-around-fun-movie WarGames. We discuss whether Lightman’s parents should have had their own movie, sequels that don’t exist (oh wait, they do!) and hair tousling. The post Episode 1 – WarGames appeared first on Cinematic Respect.

Duration: 00:56:30