Reed examines the taboo and generosity of Curb Your Enthusiasm and its protagonist, Larry David.
Andrew looks at 24 Hour Party People, Northern England, and his love for the music and people there.
Reed argues that films about unionization should utilize humor as a tool for recruitment.
From luxurious interiors to vulgar auteurism, Rane tackles the much needed review of Nancy Meyers’s filmography.
Lance looks at Silence and Hacksaw Ridge, and the competing vision of religious self-sacrifice that the films present.
Reed looks at Michael Haneke’s Funny Games and our roles as spectators of violence.
Andrew talks about Chris Morris’ satire and its growing relevance in this age of “fake news.”
Andrew looks back on the film Starter for 10 and his competitive trivia career
Andrew and Reed lay out why Things We Watch exists.