The Top 5 Movie Expeditions (Adam and Josh would sign up for), along with a review of James Gray’s new movie adventure: "The Lost City of Z."
"When I was little, I threw myself against the screen and got kicked out of a movie theater. It was Fantasia. I wanted to get inside the movie. I didn't understand."
On centering queer millennials of color in their critically-acclaimed web series.
Hyper-stylish and cerebral, 2017's GHOST IN THE SHELL shares lots of similarities with the Wachowski's THE MATRIX. But it's their differences that are most telling.
Matthew Rhys, Keri Russell, Joe Weisberg, Joel Fields, Dan Davis, Mila Khalevich, Tim Goodmanson, June Thomas
"I wouldn't be where I am today if I adhered to what people had to say about me."
GHOST IN THE SHELL inspires THE MATRIX which inspires GHOST IN THE SHELL. Much be a glitch in the Matrix. For this week's double bill, The Next Picture Show pairs the poorly received GHOST live action remake with the Wachowskis' landmark '99 film.
A 'Sacred Cow' review of Wes Anderson's "Rushmore," the 2017 Filmspotting Madness champ and more.
The director of Lost City of Z joins to discuss the passion (and possibly insanity) that drove him from New York City’s outer boroughs to the Bolivian jungle, and why he was so happy to come back.
"What you have to say is worth saying."
Results from the Filmspotting Madness Final Four (Godfather v 2001/Pulp Fiction v Empire Strikes Back) and a review of new Netflix exclusive "The Discovery."
Welcome to the first ever episode of our brand new podcast!
Today, we revisit Barbara Payton’s story: her rise to quasi-fame, and the slippery slope that reduced her from “most likely to succeed” to informal prostitution, to formal prostitution, and finally to a way-too-early grave.
Adam and Michael Phillips celebrate "Casablanca's" 75th anniversary with a Sacred Cow review. Plus, the Filmspotting Madness Final Four is revealed.
Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Joe Weisberg, Joel Fields, Peter Ackerman, June Thomas
Matt Zoller-Seitz is joined by Mark Harris to talk about "Five Came Back."
More famous today for her gruesome car crash death than for any of the movies she made while alive, Jayne Mansfield was in some sense the most successful busty blonde hired by a studio as a Marilyn Monroe copy-cat.
Part two of this week's double feature pairs the new "Kong: Skull Island" with 1933's medium-defining "King Kong."
With Kristen Stewart's new film "Personal Shopper" currently in limited release, Adam and Josh share their Top 5 Stewart Scenes.
This week's double feature pairs the new "Kong: Skull Island" with 1933's medium-defining "King Kong."
Vulture hosts talk season one of This Is Us. Plus, an interview with former Harry Potter Star Rupert Grint on His Role in Snatch
How did a star whose persona seemed to be all about childlike joy and eternally vibrant sexuality die, single and childless, at the age of 36?
The stars of the hit series on challenging old depictions of slavery on screen.
Fresh from SXSW, Joanna Robinson reveals which films to look forward to, and even a few with Oscar buzz! Plus discussion of Get Out, Personal Shopper, and Beauty and the Beast.
Director Danny Boyle sits in with Adam for the Top 5 Boyle Characters and T2 Trainspotting talk.
Matt and Alison review the Sundance winning "I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore" and share other Amateur Detective Movies available to stream.
How did Marilyn Monroe become the most iconic blonde of the 1950s, if not the century?
Decider’s Joe Reid joins us to share his 2018 Oscar predictions, and to look back at the predictions we all made together last year—we didn’t see Moonlight coming at all and were way too high on Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.
A mixed review of "Logan," plus Filmspotting Madness and the opening film in the Agnes Varda Marathon.
Today we begin the first of three episodes on the most iconic dead blonde of them all, Marilyn Monroe.
Adam and Josh review of "Get Out" and celebrate the show's 12th anniversary by kicking off Filmspotting Madness 2017 - Pantheon Edition.
Anna Kendrick and director Jeffrey Blitz talk "Table 19"
In this "fix" episode, the final movie in Filmspotting's Luis Bunuel Marathon, "The Obscure Object of Desire." Plus, the Bunuel Marathon Awards.
On the night Halle Berry, Denzel Washington, and Sidney Poitier made history at the Oscars.
What really happens when you get a lot of famous people in one room? In the Limelight co-host Julie Miller shares stories from inside the famous soiree. Plus, discussion of the animated short film nominees and predictions for best actor and actress.
In part two of their Dark Knight double feature, The Next Picture Show considers the character's long history in the movies and how that history contributes to the pleasures of the new "Lego Batman Movie."