The tale of the once-great gunslinger forced out of retirement for one more job is a familiar one, but not one we’ve seen adopted by the superhero genre – until now. Marvel’s LOGAN is one part “Shane,” one part “Unforgiven," and if last weekend’s box office is any indication, we may see more like it. Adam and Josh share their mixed review, plus Round 1 results from Filmspotting Madness and the first film in the Agnes Varda Marathon - 1955's LA POINTE COURTE.
0:00-2:12 - Billboard
3:54-27:59 - Review: "Logan"
Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, "Lost In the Desert"
29:56-39:34 - Notes
39:34-1:20:54 - Filmspotting Madness
Corinne Marchand, "Sans Toi" ("Cleo From 5 to 7")
1:23:50-1:41:37 - Varda #1: "La Pointe Courte"
1:41:37-1:44:15 - Close / Outtake
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