Wes Anderson’s RUSHMORE was a minor indie hit during its initial run starting in late 1998, but it marked the arrival of a significant new directing talent, and established a brilliant new stage of Bill Murray’s career. Adam and Josh – who joins the show from Ebert Interruptus in Boulder, CO - give Anderson's film the Sacred Cow treatment and unveil your 2017 Filmspotting Madness champion. Also, Adam's interview with Charlie Siskel, co-director the Oscar-nominated "Finding Vivian Maier" and director of the new doc AMERICAN ANARCHIST. Siskel also shares his Top 5 Most Influential Docs.
0:00-1:29 - Billboard
1:29-35:09 - Sacred Cow: "Rushmore"
Cat Stevens, "The Wind"
38:33-1:00:22 - FS Madness Champion / Poll
The Rolling Stones, "I Am Waiting"
1:01:18-1:35:22 - Interview: Charlie Siskel
1:35:22-1:37:55 - Close
Will Rahn, digital politics managing editor at CBS News, joins Ben Domenech in studio to discuss his 2016 experience as a DC journalist and the unbearable smugness of the press. They also open the conversation about whether