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Reel Rap Reel Rap

    • TV und Film

Find our latest episodes on the Split Tooth Podcast on itunes and splittoothmedia.com

A film comedy podcast by the Lady and the Tramp of Pennsylvania. Call in at (410) 694-7228

    Ishtar

    Ishtar

    Telling the truth can be dangerous business? You're telling me!

    • 55 Min.
    Gamecube Mark Wahlberg

    Gamecube Mark Wahlberg

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    • 1 Min.
    Mikey and Nicky (1976)

    Mikey and Nicky (1976)

    Shane and Bennett discuss Elaine May’s masterpiece

    John Cassavetes and Peter Falk star in May’s 1976 film that reflects the chaotic nature of life and teaches about film in a way that no class or textbook could ever convey. Bennett and Shane declare Mikey and Nicky one of the best films ever made and May an unrivaled genius — a far cry from previous Reel Rap films and directors. They also discuss smoking on trains, belt hygiene and drinking out of tiny glasses.

    "TV sucks. Movies mostly suck. Write from the heart and don’t take a writing class" — Shane

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.
    The Heartbreak Kid(1972)

    The Heartbreak Kid(1972)

    Elaine May’s second film is another relationship comedy that fires on all cylinders

    Charles Grodin, Jeannie Berlin and Cybill Shepherd star in Elaine May’s second film — an all-time-great comedy — The Heartbreak Kid. In this episode Bennett also reveals the official Reel Rap opinion of Alec Baldwin and they debate the prospect of swallowing chewing gum.

    • 55 Min.
    A New Leaf (1971)

    A New Leaf (1971)

    Elaine May’s time in the hot seat begins with her impeccable directorial debut

    Reel Rap pivots to Elaine May’s filmography in this week’s episode. May stars in her 1971 directorial debut, A New Leaf, alongside Walter Matthau in the high-society comedy about a rich man who goes broke and decides the quickest way to rebuild his fortune is marry a rich woman (May) and kill her. Shane and Bennett marvel at May’s near-perfect comedic timing on script and screen, the film’s ability to bounce between beats and how quickly May and Nichols both became technically advanced directors.

    • 55 Min.
    The Graduate (1967)

    The Graduate (1967)

    Reel Rap revisits the film that provided Nichols his only Oscar win for Best Director

    Everyone’s favorite sophomoric philosophers tackle Mike Nichols’ best-known, Oscar winning effort with 1967’s The Graduate. Along with special guest Ryan McClosky, Shane and Bennett discuss how their appreciation for the film has shifted through the years and how the leads —Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft and Katharine Ross — and various side characters read differently more than 50 years later.

    • 1 Std. 10 Min.

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