Citizen Kane, Vertigo, The Godfather. 200 years from now, will anyone even remember these movies? Or are we currently overlooking the classics of the future? Writer Chuck Klosterman joins Adam and Josh on this special 600th episode to discuss his new book "But What If We’re Wrong? Thinking About the Present As If It Were The Past" and to take part in possibly the most challenging Top 5 in the history of the show: Movies Future Historians Will Remember. Plus, listeners help us celebrate #600 with favorite memories from our first 11+ years.
0:00-3:23 - Billboard / Donations
3:23-34:47 - Movies Future Historians Will Remember
"I'm Glad Trouble Don't Last Always"
35:44-1:13:59 - Top 5, cont.
"Last Night I Dreamed My Birthday"
1:15:18-1:49:20 - Defining Show Moments
1:49:20-1:52:39 - Close
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