David, Devindra, and Jeff enjoy the comedic stylings of Bill Burr, get mildly impressed by The Purge: Anarchy, marvel at the dickishness of Jason Schwartzman in Listen Up Philip, and praise the moving The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness.
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David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss all the films they watched over the break, explain why Ridley Scott could’ve been more sensitive in discussing the casting of Exodus: Gods and Kings, and review Jennifer Kent’s impressive debut, The Babadook.
David, Devindra, and Jeff follow-up their discussion of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar and share movies they’d recommend you check out over the Thanksgiving break. Be sure to read about what is up with the ending of Birdman, how to see Interstellar unlimited times, read Christopher Nolan’s response to Interstellar’s sound issues, and speculate on why Christopher Nolan fans are so intense.
Posted on Tuesday, November 11th, 2014 by David Chen
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Be sure to read an analysis of The Force Awakens, learn what’s wrong with Interstellar nitpicking pieces, read a sobering take on the economics of movie reviews and check out David’s new Youtube page (and his cover of “Time” from Inception). Special guest Matt Singer joins us from ScreenCrush.
David, Devindra, and Jeff review Dan Gilroy’s latest, discuss which format you should see Interstellar in, wonder at what kind of world Christopher Nolan is trying to create, and address listener emails about the /Filmcast’s format.
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss why Michael C. Hall’s crotch was in Devindra’s face last week, Jeff’s fascistic views on trailers, and when they’d consider double-dipping a Blu-Ray. Plus, Jeff shares his thoughts on Layover, the film David produced. You can buy Layover for $6 right now using promo code “filmcast”.
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss how critics are wrong about The Judge, praise the hilarity of Alan Partridge, try to get excited about DC Comics’ ambitious new plans, and share how much they’d be willing to pay for a standalone HBO service. Also, David produced a film! You can get it for $6 using promo code filmcast. Be sure to check out Scott Tobias’s review of Birdman when you have a chance, as well.