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Podcast Filmspotting


Reseñas de películas, críticas de cines y todo sobre las últimas películas en los cines, directamente desde Chicago.
Reseñas de películas, críticas de cines y todo sobre las últimas películas en los cines, directamente desde Chicago.

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  • #890: Top 5 Movie Queens / The Woman King / Moonage Daydream
    With the passing of Queen Elizabeth II in the news and Her Majesty Viola Davis currently on screens in Gina Prince-Bythewood’s THE WOMAN KING, Adam and Josh devote this week’s Top 5 to a consideration of movie monarchs. Making the cut: film royalty like Bette Davis and Katherine Hepburn and a certain teen queen who wants us all to eat cake. That Top 5, plus reviews of “The Woman King” and the trippy new Bowie doc “Moonage Daydream.” 0:00 - Billboard 1:08 - Top 5 Movie Queens 32:33 - Review (AK): “Moonage Daydream” 40:41 - Next Week / Notes  48:14 - Massacre Theatre 53:09 - Review: “The Woman King” 1:03:29 - Top 5 Movie Queens, cont 53:09 - Review: “The Woman King” 1:21:12 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  • #889: Blonde / Double Indemnity (Stanwyck #6) / Hockeyland
    Andrew Dominik's long-in-the-works Marilyn Monroe tale BLONDE (based on the 1999 novel by Joyce Carol-Oates), offers a nightmarish portrayal of the actress and icon that avoids some of the pitfalls of celebrity biopics (thanks in part to its impressive formal approach) while running headlong into others. Mostly in agreement on the film, Adam and Josh remain divided on a few things, including the central performance by Ana de Armas. Also on the show, the sixth and final film in the Summer of Stanwyck Marathon, DOUBLE INDEMNITY, and the Stanwyck Marathon Awards. Plus, Adam recommends the new doc HOCKEYLAND. 0:00 - Billboard 1:06 - Review: "Blonde" 35:41 - Review (AK): "Hockeyland" 40:47 - Next Week / Notes / R.I.P. Jean-Luc Godard 45:41 - Polls (Fall Movies / Comedies) 55:53 - Summer of Stanwyck #6: "Double Indemnity" 1:24:44 - Stanwyck Marathon Awards 1:51:34 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  • #888: Three Thousand Years of Longing / Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul / Ball of Fire (Stanwyck #5)
    When George Miller's THREE THOUSAND YEARS OF LONGING premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier in the year, it was met with some pans, some shrugs, and some raves (including a six-minute standing ovation). Most agreed, however, that it was an unexpected departure from a director whose previous film was "Mad Max: Fury Road." An intimate and intellectual dialogue-driven drama between stars Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba for much of its runtime, it occasionally blossoms into a fantastic, millennia-spanning tale. While both Adam and Josh admired much of what Miller was attempting, only one of them managed to get and stay on the director's eccentric wavelength. That review, plus Josh's review of the new comedy HONK FOR JESUS. SAVE YOUR SOUL, and the fifth film in the Summer of Stanwyck Marathon, Howard Hawks' BALL OF FIRE (1941), with Barbara Stanwyck as a worldly showgirl who goes into hiding with eight buttoned-up bachelor academics (including Gary Cooper). 0:00 - Billboard 1:11 - Review: "Three Thousand Years of Longing" 28:32 - Review (JL): "Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul." 32:11 - Next Week / Notes 39:36 - Massacre Theatre 45:22 - Stanwyck Marathon #5: "Ball of Fire" (1941) 1:08:27 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  • #887: Top 5 Fall Movie Questions
    The fall movie season has lots of intriguing titles that raise all sorts of questions. De Armas as Marilyn. Black Panther without Chadwick Boseman. Spielberg in autobiographical mode. This week, it's a Fall Movie Preview in the form of Adam and Josh's five most pressing questions. Plus, their picks for the 5 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall. 0:00 - Billboard 1:07 - Top 5: Fall Movie Questions 18:04 - Next Week / Notes 37:11 - Polls 42:41 - Top 5 Questions, cont. / Top 5 Most Anticipated 1:06:25 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  • #886: Bodies Bodies Bodies / Meet John Doe (Stanwyck #4)
    If Dutch director Halina Reijn's BODIES BODIES BODIES doesn't remain the definitive snapshot of Zillennial life in the early 2020s, that won't be the fault of the ace ensemble, featuring standout performances from Rachel Sennott ("Shiva Baby"), Maria Bakalova ("Borat Subsequent Movifilm"), or Amandla Stenberg ("The Hate You Give"). Josh and guest critic Marya E. Gates praise the cast along with the film itself for its incisive observations about the chronically online generation. Later in the show, Josh is joined by the Chicago Tribune's Michael Phillips to talk about Frank Capra's surprisingly bleak MEET JOHN DOE (1941), with Gary Cooper as a down-on-his-luck ballplayer who becomes a populist hero and current marathon subject Barbara Stanwyck as the conflicted newspaper columnist who created him—and maybe loves him. 0:00 - Billboard 1:07 - Review: “Bodies Bodies Bodies” (w/Marya E. Gates) 36:21 - Next Week / Notes 40:05 - Massacre Theatre 48:02 - Stanwyck #4: “Meet John Doe” (w/Michael Phillips) 1:16:43 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

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