Episode 125: Snowpiercer

This week, to celebrate its arrival on UK Netflix, Gavia and Morgan revisit one of 2014's best films, Bong Joon-ho's dystopian thriller Snowpiercer. They dissect its allegorical approach to capitalism, its effective use of Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton, its stupendous production design, and its troubled history as one of the Weinstein Company's last significant releases.

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Episode 69: Call Me by Your Name

This week, Morgan and Gavia rhapsodize over Morgan's favorite movie of the year, indie sensation Call Me by Your Name. They compare it to director Luca Guadanigno's previous films, I Am Love and A Bigger Splash, reflect on its universal specificity, the brilliants of actors Timothée Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg, that peach scene, and more.

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Episode 28: Doctor Strange

This week, Gavia and Morgan take a look at Marvel's latest hit, the Benedict Cumberbatch-fronted Doctor Strange. Why is this movie so critically acclaimed? Will Hollywood ever stop making movies about arrogant genius white men? And what's up with all the racism?

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