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Home to The Playlist Podcast Network and all its affiliated shows, including The Discourse, Be Reel, The Fourth Wall, Indiebeat and more. The Playlist is the obsessive's guide to contemporary cinema via film discussion, news, reviews, features, nostalgia, and more.

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Home to The Playlist Podcast Network and all its affiliated shows, including The Discourse, Be Reel, The Fourth Wall, Indiebeat and more. The Playlist is the obsessive's guide to contemporary cinema via film discussion, news, reviews, features, nostalgia, and more.

    Indie Beat - Julie Sokolow

    Indie Beat - Julie Sokolow

    As always, IndieBeat is part of The Playlist Podcast Network—which includes The 4th Wall, Be Reel, The Discourse, and more – and can be heard on iTunes, AnchorFM, Soundcloud, Stitcher, and now on Spotify. To listen on this page, you can stream the podcast via the AnchorFM embed below or up top. Follow us on iTunes, and you’ll get this podcast as well as our other shows regularly. Be sure to subscribe, and drop us a comment or a rating as we do appreciate it. Thanks for listening and check out Indie Beat on Facebook.


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    • 47 Min.
    'Bad Boys' Keeps Blowing Up, In All Its Needless and Demented Appeal [Be Reel]

    'Bad Boys' Keeps Blowing Up, In All Its Needless and Demented Appeal [Be Reel]

    "Bad Boys, bad boys / whatcha gonna do / whatcha gonna do when we rate and review?" It’s 2020, and Columbia Pictures has dug deep into its intellectual property vault for a 17-year dormant Will Smith franchise with no meaningful reason to continue. Perhaps more surprising, the latest installment—"Bad Boys For Life"—is a hit. For those who know the Bad Boys franchise only as one big exploding car, Noah Ballard and Chance Solem-Pfeifer are on the case for a full review of the trilogy. 


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    • 1 Std. 12 Min.
    Be Reel: Greta Gerwig Infuses ‘Little Women’ With Deep Reflection and New Vigor

    Be Reel: Greta Gerwig Infuses ‘Little Women’ With Deep Reflection and New Vigor

    For the first Be Reel of 2020, Noah and Chance visit the March family in their seventh turn on the big screen. With a new structure and perhaps all-time best cast, Greta Gerwig's "Little Women" feels revisionist and affectionate toward the 1868 story all at once. Then, in search of more context, we review the “Little Women” of 1994 and 1949. From these films, we discuss the Jo March of Winona Ryder and the Amy of Elizabeth Taylor while observing these adaptations sort out their own era-driven versions of the classic American novel.


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    • 1 Std. 6 Min.
    Be Reel: The Best, Worst and Wonkiest of 2019 Movies

    Be Reel: The Best, Worst and Wonkiest of 2019 Movies

    With December all but gone, Noah and Chance reflect on the year in film with a series of semi-original accolades. What was their favorite 2019 performance with no awards potential? Biggest in-theater laugh? Favorite shot? Steepest letdown? What movie will be talked about differently in 2029? In the end, they give their Top 10 lists and bid the year in movies a fond farewell. Happy new year!


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    • 58 Min.
    The Discourse #16: Top 10 Films of 2019

    The Discourse #16: Top 10 Films of 2019

    Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year from The Discourse! On the final episode of 2019, Ryan is joined by Oktay Ege Kozak (Paste Magazine, DVD Talk) to count down their Top 10 Films of 2019.


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    • 2 Std 28 Min.
    Be Reel: 'The Talented Mr. Ripley' Turns 20 and the Con Man With A Thousand Faces

    Be Reel: 'The Talented Mr. Ripley' Turns 20 and the Con Man With A Thousand Faces

    This week, Chance and Noah dare to ask a question posed by many conned, spurned and murdered Patricia Highsmith characters: "Who are you, Tom Ripley?" As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Anthony Minghella’s seminal Matt Damon vehicle "The Talented Mr. Ripley," we seek out the character’s origins in the acclaimed Highsmith novels and the many resulting film adaptations. In addition to the 1999 American hit, we're watching 1977's "The American Friend" (directed by the great Wim Wenders) and 2002's "Ripley's Game," starring John Malkovich. If you like your con artists with a side of sexual frustration and sun-soaked coasts, press play.


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