Each week we explore 1-3 diverse films and how they communicate different topics in life: how they can be seen as time capsules, political statements, perspectives, and more. We also spotlight a movie on a major streaming platform and cover interesting news in the film world.
Episode 3: Barfly
In this episode we watch Barfly starring Mickey Rourke and Faye Dunaway. The movie is an interesting tone but still pretty straight forward so rather than talk about it for a long time we have a shorter episode mixed with a conversation about our own personal love for bars. Oh, and we discuss hard to find movies from a retail perspective. Instagram | Facebook | Finding Film | Nikki's Letterboxd
Episode 2: King of New York
In which I have Colin watch King of New York, we both enjoy it, yet spend almost an hour armchair directing and talking about how we would change it for 2020.Some things include: How Fincher would be a great director for the remake, how AWESOME Christopher Walken is, and how for some reason Larry Fishburne isn't the main character but is also the star.As an aside in the 2020 remake, we've settled on Cillian Murphy as the new King of New York.You can follow us on Instagram at finding.film, Facebook at Finding Film, or read the blog at FindingFilmBlog.comInstagram | Facebook | Blog
Episode 1: Blade II
Hi everyone and welcome to the new podcast, Finding Film! In each episode the hosts (Colin and Nikki) will watch a movie that one has seen and the other hasn't. First, the host who hasn't seen the film will talk about what they expect, then they'll watch the movie, and then come back to see how the film was received.For the debut episode Colin has finally cornered Nikki into watching Blade II, which he has been trying to do for the last four years. All she knows going into it is 1) Wesley Snipes 2) Vampires 3) Leather and 4) Guillermo del Toro. Listen to find out how she liked as well as why it's meaningful to Colin. Instagram | Facebook | Finding Film Blog | Nikki's Letterboxd