Lance looks at Silence and Hacksaw Ridge, and the competing vision of religious self-sacrifice that the films present.
Andrew takes a look at My Favorite Year and begins the long process of figuring out how Peter O’Toole never won an Oscar.
Reed tells us why his mom considers The Big Short missable and why he can’t stop thinking about it.
GAMING w/NICK: Nick looks back on Banjo-Kazooie, a game that captures so much of what he liked about an earlier time in video game history.
SO I WATCHED AN EPISODE OF…: Rane takes us back to the night before he went to college, when he discovered an obscure show called Undergrads
Meredith and Reed discuss Mississippi Burning and the questions it raises in today’s political and social environment.
CLOSE READING: Hannah examines Jiang Wen’s Devils on the Doorstop, and how it breaks down the dichotomies we often take for granted
PANDA COLLECTION, 1.5: Lance examines Hal Ashby’s Being There, a film tailor-made for the times we live in.
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