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Seeing and Believing 255 | Aaron Schneider’s Greyhound and Andrew Patterson’s The Vast of Night

In any other summer, a Tom Hanks-starring, Tom Hanks-written movie about World War II would be the biggest movie of the weekend. This is not a typical summer, but Wade and Kevin are still interested to see what Hanks serves up with Greyhound, a thriller about a naval captain braving the high seas of the... Read more

Seeing and Believing 254 | The Truth and Eurovision Song Contenst

Whether you’re in the mood for a quiet family drama or a silly over-the-top comedy, Seeing & Believing has you covered for the Independence Day weekend. First up is The Truth, Hirokazu Kore-eda’s follow-up to his Palme d’Or-winning Shoplifters and his first non-Japanese-language project. With a star-studded cast that includes Juliette Binoche, Ethan Hawke, and... Read more

Seeing and Believing 253 | Jon Stewart’s Irresistible and a Retro Review of Jaws

Seeing & Believing has a seasonal special for you this week! With the presidential election looming on the horizon, Wade and Kevin take a look at the latest cinematic political satire, this time from the mind of former Daily Show host Jon Stewart. The guys also celebrate the 45th birthday of Jaws with a retro... Read more

Believing What We Want: Conspiracy Theories and the Gospel – Christ and Pop Culture

I first saw Plandemic in the wilds of Facebook. The short trailer of the upcoming film is now increasingly difficult to find as most platforms have removed it and a Google search returns only popular response articles and videos. But a month or so ago, a few friends had shared the viral video clip, and... Read more

Seeing and Believing 252 | Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods and Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island – Christ and Pop Culture

Spike Lee’s latest film for Netflix has been causing a sensation, and this week Wade and Kevin check it out. Da 5 Bloods, a sprawling look at the legacy of the Vietnam War for black Americans, is Lee’s follow-up to his Oscar-winning BlacKkKlansman. The guys do a deep dive on Da 5 Bloods‘ themes and... Read more

Seeing and Believing 251 | Netflix’s Space Force and Josephine Decker’s Shirley

Buckle up for terrible space puns, because they’re in plentiful supply in today’s episode. Wade and Kevin tackle Space Force, the new comedy series from Netflix, Greg Daniels, and Steve Carell. With Carell taking on the clenched jaw and jingoism of the first commander of America’s fledgling outer-space military program, this series takes a stab... Read more

Seeing and Believing 250 | The Dardenne Brothers’ Young Ahmed and Kitty Green’s The Assistant

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, two favorite filmmakers of Seeing & Believing, have a new film out, so of course, the guys are on the case! Wade and Kevin take a close look at the Dardennes’ story of a young teenager who is attracted to Islamic fundamentalism, and they discuss its spiritual underpinnings, its compassionate perspective,... Read more

Seeing and Believing 246 | 2020 Auteur Series - David Fincher

Seeing and Believing 246 | 2020 Auteur Collection – David Fincher

[ad_1] The primary rule of David Fincher films: you all the time discuss David Fincher films. The second rule of David Fincher films: you all the time discuss David Fincher films. On this week’s episode, Wade and Kevin look again on the profession of the director of Struggle Membership, Zodiac, The Social Community, and extra!... Read more

Seeing and Believing 245 | 2020 Auteur Series - Kelly Reichardt

Seeing and Believing 245 | 2020 Auteur Sequence – Kelly Reichardt

[ad_1] Wade and Kevin proceed their sequence on fashionable administrators with upcoming new releases with a retrospective on the filmography of Kelly Reichardt. Reichardt is a powerhouse of indie filmmaking whose quiet, unassuming fashion belies the sharpness of her storytelling and observational skills. From River of Grass to Sure Ladies, Wade and Kevin rank Reichardt’s... Read more

Seeing and Believing 244 | 2020 Auteur Series - Christopher Nolan

Seeing and Believing 244 | 2020 Auteur Sequence – Christopher Nolan

[ad_1] With the South Korean marathon within the rearview mirror, Wade and Kevin look to the longer term: particularly, the brand new motion pictures coming in 2020 from some big-name administrators! With Christopher Nolan eking out a win within the listener ballot, the fellows prep for his upcoming summer time launch Tenet by taking the... Read more

Seeing and Believing 242 | Kim Ki-duk's Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter ... and Spring

Seeing and Believing 242 | Kim Ki-duk’s Spring, Summer season, Fall, Winter … and Spring

[ad_1] With spring approaching full flower, Seeing & Believing critiques a film that’s all in regards to the passage of time and the seasons. Kim Ki-duk’s vital favourite Spring, Summer season, Fall, Winter … and Spring is subsequent within the South Korean film marathon! Because the movie quietly unspools the story of a Buddhist monk... Read more

Seeing and Believing 240 | Bong Joon Ho's Mother

Seeing and Believing 240 | Bong Joon Ho’s Mom

[ad_1] Sizzling off the heels of Bong Joon Ho’s Academy Award run, Wade and Kevin climate quarantine with the start of a South Korean cinema marathon. First up is Bong’s 2010 movie Mom, a narrative of homicide, cash, and parental obsession. The blokes additionally supply movie/TV suggestions for individuals who now face way more time... Read more

Seeing and Believing 239 | Dan Scanlon's Onward and Autumn de Wilde's Emma

Seeing and Believing 239 | Dan Scanlon’s Onward and Autumn de Wilde’s Emma

[ad_1] The fellows discover extra family-friendly realms on this week’s episode! First up is Pixar’s riff on fantasy tropes, Dungeons & Dragons, and fraternal bonding, the colourful Onward. Equally colourful is Autumn de Wilde’s tackle Jane Austen’s ethereal Emma, starring Anya Taylor-Pleasure because the matchmaking socialite who faces a romantic reckoning of types when a... Read more

Seeing and Believing 238 | Portrait of a Lady on Fire & The Last Thing He Wanted

Seeing and Believing 238 | Portrait of a Woman on Hearth & The Final Factor He Needed

[ad_1] Two ladies filmmakers are highlighted on the present this week! First up is Celine Sciamma, whose critically acclaimed Portrait of a Woman on Hearth has lastly had its huge launch. Do Wade and Kevin fall throughout the important consensus on this one? One other acclaimed filmmaker, Dee Rees of Mudbound fame, presents her follow-up... Read more

Seeing and Believing 237 | The Top Ten Films of the Decade

Seeing and Believing 237 | The High Ten Movies of the Decade

[ad_1] After weeks of agonizingly paring their favourite movies of the previous decade all the way down to an inventory of ten, Wade and Kevin are lastly able to share what they suppose are the best examples of cinematic artwork to return out since 2010. Which movies most intently captured the zeitgeist from this eventful... Read more

Seeing and Believing 236 | Cathy Yan's Birds of Prey and Jeff Baena's Horse Girl

Seeing and Believing 236 | Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey and Jeff Baena’s Horse Woman

[ad_1] The fellows are again on the comic-book beat this week! Harley Quinn isn’t precisely a superhero or a supervillain in Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey, however the Margot Robbie-starring movie nonetheless seems to be to have some anarchic enjoyable. On the extra critical aspect of issues is Horse Woman, the Sundance-featured movie (written by... Read more

Seeing and Believing 235 | Osgood Perkins's Gretel and Hansel and Fernando Meirelles's The Two Popes

Seeing and Believing 235 | Osgood Perkins’s Gretel and Hansel and Fernando Meirelles’s The Two Popes

[ad_1] It’s an episode of dynamic duos this week! Director Os Perkins follows up his horror flick The Blackcoat’s Daughter with Gretel and Hansel, a darkish reimagining of the Grimm brothers’ (already fairly darkish) fairy story about two intrepid children and an evil witch. The blokes additionally take a while to hang around with two... Read more

Seeing and Believing 234 | Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen and Makoto Shinkai's Weathering with You

Seeing and Believing 234 | Man Ritchie’s The Gents and Makoto Shinkai’s Weathering with You

[ad_1] It’s a brand new episode of Seeing & Believing, innit? The fellows evaluate The Gents, Man Ritchie’s return to the “verbose Cockney gangsters” style. Is it a triumphant return? Additionally on the docket: Makoto Shinkai’s animated follow-up to his trans-Pacific hit Your Title. Weathering with You is one other teen romance, this time centering... Read more

Seeing and Believing 233 | Sam Mendes's 1917 and Jay Roach's Bombshell - Christ and Pop Culture

Seeing and Believing 233 | Sam Mendes’s 1917 and Jay Roach’s Bombshell – Christ and Pop Tradition

[ad_1] We spherical out our protection of the massive Oscar gamers with this week’s episode. First up is the World Battle I epic 1917, which has been wowing audiences by presenting all of its motion as one single, unbroken take. Then Wade and Kevin tackle Bombshell, which netted performing nominations for Margot Robbie and Charlize... Read more

Seeing and Believing 232 | The Best Films of 2019!

Seeing and Believing 232 | The Greatest Movies of 2019!

[ad_1] Wade and Kevin have spent the final 12 months watching motion pictures, and now they’re able to share which of them they thought had been the cream of the crop. With fellow critics Jeffrey Overstreet, Joel Mayward, Sarah Welch-Larson, and Steve Norton sharing their very own number-one picks, the blokes shut out 2019 with... Read more

Seeing and Believing 231 | Greta Gerwig's Little Women and the Safdie Brothers' Uncut Gems

Seeing and Believing 231 | Greta Gerwig’s Little Ladies and the Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems

[ad_1] Ring within the New 12 months (a few days late) with a brand new Seeing & Believing! This week, Wade and Kevin overview a few movies that had Christmas releases. Greta Gerwig’s Little Ladies adapts Louisa Might Alcott’s much-adapted novel; does her perspective set her movie other than the group? In the meantime, Josh... Read more

Seeing and Believing 230 | J.J. Abram's Star Wars Episode IX and Clint Eastwood's Richard Jewel - Christ and Pop Culture

Seeing and Believing 230 | J.J. Abram’s Star Wars Episode IX and Clint Eastwood’s Richard Jewel – Christ and Pop Tradition

[ad_1] Its the tip of an period as Wade and Kevin go to a galaxy far, distant to see the tip of the Skywalker saga with J.J. Abram’s return to Star Wars with The Rise of Skywalker. Then the duo takes a brief hop again in time to look at the docu-drama from director Clint... Read more

Seeing and Believing 229 | Terrence Malick's A Hidden Life and Noah Baumbach's Marriage Story

Seeing and Believing 229 | Terrence Malick’s A Hidden Life and Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story

[ad_1] Noah Baumbach’s new movie a few wrenching divorce carries the title Marriage Story, however the brand new movie from Terrence Malick may very well be titled the identical factor, with its narrative of an Austrian couple dealing with down burgeoning nationalism of their rural village and governmental oppression from the Nazis. Wade and Kevin... Read more

Seeing and Believing 228 | Martin Scorsese's The Irishman and Trey Edward Shults's Waves

Seeing and Believing 228 | Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman and Trey Edward Shults’s Waves

[ad_1] After just a few weeks in theaters, Martin Scorsese’s newest magnum opus is streaming on Netflix, and the blokes are on the case. They look at the place The Irishman falls in Scorsese’s physique of labor and focus on the themes that come up in its story of regretful mobsters. One other awards-season hopeful,... Read more

Seeing and Believing 227 | Rian Johnson's Knives Out and Chris Buck/Jennifer Lee's Frozen 2

Seeing and Believing 227 | Rian Johnson’s Knives Out and Chris Buck/Jennifer Lee’s Frozen 2

[ad_1] What higher method to have fun Thanksgiving than with films about dysfunctional households and the legacy of colonialism? Rian Johnson’s crowd-pleasing whodunit Knives Out is first on the chopping block this weekcan it dwell as much as its star-studded solid and the promise of a throwback thriller? Johnson’s movie is adopted by a sequel... Read more

Seeing and Believing 226 | Marielle Heller's A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and James Mangold's Ford v. Ferrari - Christ and Pop Culture

Seeing and Believing 226 | Marielle Heller’s A Stunning Day within the Neighborhood and James Mangold’s Ford v. Ferrari – Christ and Pop Tradition

[ad_1] Mister Rogers mania continues into 2019, because the Tom Hanks-starring A Stunning Day within the Neighborhood hits theaters this weekend. Seeing and Believing critiques Marielle Heller’s new movie and provides an interview with Joanne Rogers herself into the discount. Wade and Ms. Rogers chat about what it was wish to have recognized and cherished... Read more

Seeing and Believing 225 | Mike Flanagan'sDoctor Sleep and Paul Harrill'sLight From Light

Seeing and Believing 225 | Mike Flanagan’sDoctor Sleep and Paul Harrill’sLight From Mild

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Seeing and Believing 224 | Taika Waititi's Jojo Rabbit and Robert Eggers's The Lighthouse

Seeing and Believing 224 | Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit and Robert Eggers’s The Lighthouse

[ad_1] Seeing & Believing wades into some deep waters with at this time’s pairing of movies. Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit, set in Nazi Germany, is a few younger boy who’s a member of the Hitler Youth and has an imaginary friendship with Adolf Hitler. He faces one thing of a disaster when he discovers that... Read more

Seeing and Believing 223 | Bong Joon-ho's Parasite and an Interview with Author Brian Raftery

Seeing and Believing 223 | Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite and an Interview with Writer Brian Raftery

[ad_1] http://traffic.libsyn.com/capcpod/Seeing_and_Believing_223.mp3 There’s an abundance of friends on this week’s episode! Critic Ryan Holt returns to the present to assist Kevin discover the bonkers plot twists and sophistication commentary of the top-honors winner at this yr’s Cannes Movie Competition: Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite. In the meantime, Wade sits down with Wired senior author Brian Raftery to... Read more

Seeing and Believing 222 | Joachim Rnning's Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and William Friedkin's The Exorcist

Seeing and Believing 222 | Joachim Rnning’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and William Friedkin’s The Exorcist

[ad_1] http://traffic.libsyn.com/capcpod/222_Maleficent__Mistress_of_Evil__The_Exorcist.mp3 Seeing & Believing takes a voyage into some hearts of darkness with the 2 movies this week. Angelina Jolie returns in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, the sequel to Disney’s 2013 revisionist tackle the enduring villain of Sleeping Magnificence. Wade and Kevin additionally fill in an enormous hole of their horror-movie backgrounds, providing their... Read more