Cinecast Episode 498 – Completionist

Thanks for dropping by for another edition of The RowThree Cinecast; inching ever closer to the big Quincentenary episode. These week we play it fast and loose, as does director Doug Liman tend to do with the subject of this week’s main topic, American Made. It ain’t perfect or perhaps even all that memorable, but it sure is a fun way to spend a rainy fall afternoon. Not much time to get to anything else but the boys do each have a pair for The Watch List – well, Andrew has a “Listen List” this week with a new podcast mention. Kurt visits a couple of Cinecast favorites with David Mamet and Denis Villeneuve. Andrew visits one of the six, yes six(!), films of the year to feature a John Denver song in Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire. It’s not a whole lot to go on, but we certainly get some mileage out of it.

As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and again, thanks for listening!

We’re now available on Google Play!

 

 
 


TIME TRACKS:

Opening: 0:00 – 13:08
American Made (SPOILERS!): 13:09 – 1:10:26
Watch List: 1:10:27 – 2:04:46
Outro/Next Week: 2:04:48 – 2:17:04
Closing Music: 2:15:00 – 2:17:39

 

MAIN REVIEW:

American Made

 

THE WATCH LIST:

KURT
Enemy
Ronin

ANDREW
“Case File” (podcast)
Free Fire

 

OTHER THINGS:

RowThree TIFF Summary
RowThree “The Prisoner” Podcast
Case File

 

RSS AND CONTACT INFO:

show content

 

Leave a Reply

6 Comments on "Cinecast Episode 498 – Completionist"

Notify of
avatar
Sort by:   newest | oldest | most voted
Sean Kelly
Guest

I think a few of the films I saw at TIFF got picked up by Netflix after the fact (ie The Ritual).

I actually double taked when I read that Super Size Me 2 was picked up by You Tube!

Craig
Guest

Fair Game is well worth a watch, nothing to blow your socks off but I enjoyed it.

Sean Kelly
Guest

Kurt may not like it, but Live, Die, Repeat is Doug Liman’s prefered title for Edge of Tomorrow http://www.indiewire.com/2017/09/edge-of-tomorrow-doug-liman-live-die-repeat-sequel-1201878748/

schizopolis
Guest

I put on Lost in Translation a second time when I couldn’t sleep and that’s when I really dug the film. For me, that’s the ultimate insomnia film.

Kurt Halfyard
Guest

Very meta.

devolutionary
Guest

Last time I saw an AMC Gremlin (car) on TV was that Comedians in Cars episode with Jon Stewart. Hard to believe he survived that thing in high school.

wpDiscuz