Cinecast Episode 112 – Without Hammering it Home

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Episode 112:
The International and The Class are talked about at length as well as some catching up on the old and new classics and of course the good DVDs that are out this week.
Thanks for listening, enjoy (or not)!

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Below the fold are the Show Notes…

Show notes for the Cinecast Episode 112:

  • Intro music: :00 – 2:26
  • Opening crap/in-house announcements: :31 – 3:39
  • Stuff we saw recently: 3:40 – 44:23
    – – Passion of Joan of Arc, Grizzly Man, The Staircase, The Quiet Earth, Carnivale, Dollhouse
  • The International: 44:25 – 1:07:40
  • The Class: 1:07:41 – 1:38:07
  • DVD picks: 1:38:08 – 1:58:28
    – – including Quentin Tarantino tangent
  • Closing stuff: 1:58:30 – 2:04:31
  • Outro Music: 2:02:06 – 2:05:10

Bumper Music (with iTunes/Amazon links) provided by:

Tom Tykwer
“Introduction” (album: Run Lola Run OST)
AND
What Made Milwaukee Famous
“To Each His Own” (album: What Doesn’t Kill Us)


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Stuff we looked at:

Passion of Joan of Arc
Grizzly Man
The Staircase
The Quiet Earth
Carnivale
Dollhouse


The International:



Andrew’s review
How to Budget your Clive Owen time


The Class:


Andrew’s review


DVD Pick(s) for Tuesday, February 17th:

Kurt:
Ex-Drummer
Ex-Drummer

Blu-Ray
Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction bluray

Andrew:
Choke
Choke

Blu-Ray
Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction bluray


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Goon
Guest

On a more positive note, I've been looking forward to this show and am listening to the Class part first. its deja vu as most of these same points Kurt and I made with each other on the way home. Quite a refresher, I kind of wish I had heard this before putting together my half-assed FJ review.

Either way the Class is a harder movie to write about than a lot of other ones.

Goon
Guest

That is sort of what I mean though, how do you focus and whittle things down, and avoid explaining the themes without spoiling the experience of seeing it? There's a lot to be gained from the movie by not knowing what kind of things are discussed/addressed going in.

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

One interesting subtextual read is that THE CLASS is a microcosm of FRANCE (particular its unique racial make-up). I don't buy this myself too much, but I don't know enough about France/Paris to really read it at that level.

Goon
Guest

If your'e going to keep watching Palme D'or movies Andrew, you've got to check out L'Enfant. Just finished it, great movie. Its yet another French movie with a title that really means two things.

An absolutely despicable main character that I have to keep following anyways, and surprisingly this simple French movies is buoyed greatly by of all things, a great chase scene.

Jonathan
Admin

L’Enfant rocks.

rot
Guest

agree about L'Enfant, great film.

Andreas
Guest

Little correction: Tykwer made two movies before Run Lola run. Roughly translated "Deadly Maria" and "Wintersleeper". In my opinion his best movies so far.

ralph
Guest

L'Enfant is one of those movies that is just CREEPILY realistic. leaves you shaking, cold, scared and sleepless!

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