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Join Connor and Jon as they seek the deeper meaning behind some of the world's most intriguing films. From indie art house films to the biggest summer blockbusters, these guys tackle it all. Come prepared to broaden your sense of what a "movie" can be.

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Join Connor and Jon as they seek the deeper meaning behind some of the world's most intriguing films. From indie art house films to the biggest summer blockbusters, these guys tackle it all. Come prepared to broaden your sense of what a "movie" can be.

    062 | 1941

    062 | 1941

    Connor & Jon start off their new series with one of the most chaotic films of all time and they are not too happy about it. They try to analyze why Spielberg can't make a direct comedy, what Zemeckis & Gale's original intention for the screenplay was, and how you can have so many great actors in a film with no great performances.

    WARNING: Major spoilers for 1941, minor spoilers for Miracle Mile & Dr. Strangelove

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    • 1 Std. 50 Min.
    Minisode | The Films They Hid From Us

    Minisode | The Films They Hid From Us

    Connor & Jon introduce their next series in which they dive into films that were covered up by their director, actor, or studio for differing reasons. They hope to examine these, sometimes anomalies, place in film history and how they affect the careers of those involved.

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    • 11 Min.
    061 | Jaws

    061 | Jaws

    Connor & Jon get their feet wet in discussing the film that created the modern blockbuster: Jaws! Probably the most well known limitation in film history that created the perfect horror/adventure film. They discuss how different(and not as good) it would be if the shark had worked perfectly and the beginnings of Spielberg's career and how this experience shaped his future films and collaborations.

    WARNING: Major Spoilers for Jaws, minor spoilers for No Country for Old Men

    Link to The Jaws Log: https://www.amazon.com/Jaws-Log-Expanded-Shooting-Script/dp/0062229281/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1R53SY0N3S6BH&dchild=1&keywords=the+jaws+log+by+carl+gottlieb&qid=1602022736&sprefix=the+jaws+%2Caps%2C628&sr=8-1

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    • 1 Std. 42 Min.
    060 | Knight of Cups

    060 | Knight of Cups

    Connor & Jon get ethereal when studying the philosophic and whispered Terrence Malick film: Knight of Cups. They ponder how much of Malick's worldview supersedes the Tarot card theme, if torpedoing brings about a more natural performance, and whose idea was the foot thing.

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    • 1 Std. 33 Min.
    059 | Brazil ft. Steve Snediker

    059 | Brazil ft. Steve Snediker

    Connor & Jon try to reign in the zaniness that comes up when you bring Steve Snediker on an episode about Terry Gilliam. The name of the film is Brazil and boy does it take them for a ride. Together they marvel at the ineptitude of this not too far off world, how every duct has its place, and was Sid Sheinberg right in trying to change the film?

    WARNING: Major spoilers for Brazil & Blade Runner

    Link to The Battle of Brazil: https://www.amazon.com/Battle-Brazil-Universal-Pictures-Screenplay/dp/1557833478/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=battle+of+brazil&qid=1599705410&sr=8-1

    Link to Dark Knights & Holy Fools: https://www.amazon.com/Dark-Knights-Holy-Fools-1999-08-01/dp/B01JXSOGJ0/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1599705444&sr=8-1

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    • 1 Std. 46 Min.
    058 | The Celebration

    058 | The Celebration

    Connor & Jon struggle to find out if Dogme 95 really aided creatively to the making of The Celebration. Would Dogme 95 be improved if its rules dealt specifically with things that the directors relied too heavily on instead of a revolt of what was prominent in cinema then? Who used Dogme better Vinterberg or Von Trier? And why does everyone stay at the party?

    WARNING: Major spoilers for The Celebration

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    • 1 Std. 27 Min.

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