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Welcome to the Movie House Memories biweekly podcast of movies we feel you should see sometime in your life. Please subscribe to our feed and let us know how we are doing. Visit https://www.moviehousememories.com for more movie reviews and film summaries.

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4 Ratings

A Kelman ,

Change up the format

The opening format of: introduce guests, summarise film and talk about (usually) irrelevant historic events needs changing up. It wastes about 10 mins and I always skip it. They should assume their audience knows the film and only mention historic events if there is a genuine need as part of a broader review. Otherwise excellent film choices but even the actors section needs to be better than ‘I thought x was good/bad/perfect’ who cares what you think! Tell me why you think it! Much love

mikericks ,

Quality podcast

I really enjoy this podcast and I love lorrie and her input is awesome, guys give her more air time ;)

maliman1302 ,

Casablanca Discussion

The four members of the panel missed many of the subliminal matters which the director and writers put into this classic movie.

For example, they discuss Ingrid Bergman’s vagueness as if it is was poor acting. The director always wanted this indecision to be prevalent and even used black and white symbolism throughout, ( good and bad) in her outfits, in the shadows and lighting on her etc etc. As she enters the cafe the band is playing ‘Perfidia’.

Her acting is excellently understated excepting when her emotions show at the end of the National Anthem when her face shows that now realizes how important her husband’s cause is. She knows then that she needs to keep Victor going.

Also, the film is a State of the Union type review and Rick is the embodiment of the USA at that point in history in his isolationism and is a plea for USA to join the war.

Rick and Sam’s relationship is one of the first screen examples of the Human Rights Movement and is totally anti-racist. Rick says something like he doesn’t buy or sell humans....

Even the supporting actors can be seen to be representations of countries. The screenplay is excellent in summarizing the woes of the world e.g. the Balkans issue etc.

The film is also one of the first, if not the first, non-musical in which the soundtrack is so importantly entwined into the plot.

There are so many other points I could make but....

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