Exploring Richard Linklater’s Before Trilogy

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew finally get around to their long awaited Before Trilogy episode.

Marking some of the high points of the illustrious careers of Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke, and Julie Delpy, the Before Trilogy is one of the greatest depictions of love, romance, and relationships ever captured on screen.

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Running order:

Intro: 0:00 – 04:16

Overview of Richard Linklater’s filmography and the Before Trilogy: 4:17 – 22:21

Before Sunrise: 22:22 – 55:55

Before Sunset: 55:56 – 103:49

Before Midnight: 103:50 – 145:33

Wrap-Up: 145:34 – end

Top 5 David Fincher movies

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew focus in on the films of David Fincher, and share their respective top 5 rankings.

Adam and Andrew will be discussing Fincher again following the release of Mank in the weeks ahead, so this was the perfect time to dive in and revisit the director’s work up until this point.

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Running order:

Intro: 0:00 – 06:36

Our relationship to Fincher’s movies: 6:37 – 28:07

Se7en: 28:08 – 47:02

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: 47:03 – 68:37

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo: 68:38 – 88:43

The Social Network: 88:44 – 117:00

Zodiac: 117:01 – 143:35

What didn’t make the cut, and why: 143:36 – 159:11

Wrap-Up: 159:12 – end

The Concert Films of David Byrne: Stop Making Sense and American Utopia

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew focus in on David Byrne’s illustrious concert films.

Adam and Andrew discuss Byrne and Talking Heads in a wider context, as well as focusing in on Jonathan Demme’s 1984 release Stop Making Sense, and the recently released, Spike Lee-directed, American Utopia.

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Running order:

Intro: 0:00 – 23:41

Stop Making Sense: 23:42 – 49:48

American Utopia: 49:49 – 94:08

Wrap-Up: 94:09

Halloween Spooktacular: Our favourite horror movies

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew are joined by a special guest for a timely Halloween-themed episode.

Along with their friend Ben Rauman, Adam and Andrew share some of their all-time favourite horror movies, and discuss some of the key questions surrounding the genre, as well as their own feelings about cinematic scares.

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Warning: This episode contains some spoilers.

Running order:

Intro: 0:00 – 3:20
Our relationship to horror: 3:21 – 14:30
Favourite horror movies
Sinister: 14:31 – 39:31
The Cabin in the Woods (SPOILERS): 39:32 – 54:16
Christine: 54:17 – 68:04
The Babadook: 68:05 – 82:42
The Witch (SPOILERS): 82:43 – 105:49
Carrie: 105:50 – 125:43
Hereditary: 125:44 – 144:38
The Shining: 144:39 – 159:16
Rosemary’s Baby: 159:17 – 179:15
Wrap-up: 179:16 – end

A visit to the Paddington Cinematic Universe

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew take a very welcome break from reality to discuss all things Paddington.

Diving deep on the literary character that became something of a family film sensation in recent years, Adam and Andrew discuss Paddington and Paddington 2, along with what gives these movies genuine mass appeal and why they represent the kind of blockbuster fare that the world needs much more of.

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Running order:

Intro – (0:25 – 01:41)

Get to know Paddington – (01:42 – 34:50)

Paddington – (34:51 – 61:07)

Paddington 2 – (61:08 – 90:20)

Wrap-up – (90:21 – end)

First Cow, and the films of Kelly Reichardt

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss one of the year’s most critically acclaimed films, First Cow, and the wider filmography of director Kelly Reichardt.

Also diving particularly deep on Old Joy and Meek’s Cutoff, Adam and Andrew examine the style and themes of one of the most accomplished and interesting filmmakers working in the world of American independent cinema today.

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Running order:

Intro – (0:25 – 01:41)
Who is Kelly Reichardt? – (01:42 – 16:14)
Old Joy – (16:15 – 57:05)
Meek’s Cutoff – (57:06 – 80:36)
First Cow – (80:37 – 107:25)
Wrap-up – (107:26 – end)

The films of Richard Ayoade: Submarine and The Double

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss the films of Richard Ayoade.

With just two feature films to his name, British independent filmmaker Ayoade has built a fascinating if compact filmography with Submarine and The Double. Adam and Andrew discuss those films in great detail, and much more.

If you like what you hear, make sure to subscribe, follow on Twitter (@CapturedOnCell), like us on Facebook, and come back next week for a conversation about First Cow, and the films of Kelly Reichardt.

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Running order:

Intro – (0:25 – 01:56)
Who is Richard Ayoade? – (01:57 – 14:25)
Submarine – (14:26 – 50:03)
The Double – (50:04 – 87:59)
What’s next for Ayoade? – (88:00 – 95:38)
Wrap-up – (95:39 – end)

The best movies of 2020 so far, and a very weird year for cinema

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew return with their (spoiler-free) thoughts on the movies of 2020 so far.

The world has been turned upside down in 2020, and the effects of that have been felt particularly keenly in the world of cinema. Adam and Andrew highlight three 2020 movies that spoke to each of them, along with offering up a more extended list of honorable mentions.

If you like what you hear, make sure to subscribe, follow on Twitter (@CapturedOnCell), like us on Facebook, and come back next week for a conversation about Submarine, The Double, and the work of Richard Ayoade.

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Running order:

Intro – (0:25 – 02:01)
The weirdest movie year ever and the future of movies – (02:02 – 33:48)
Andrew’s 3 picks from 2020 so far – (33:49 – 80:16)
Boys State – (33:49 – 53:43)
Palm Springs – (53:44 – 64:52)
I’m Thinking of Ending Things – (64:53 – 80:16)
Adam’s 3 picks from 2020 so far – (80:17 – 124:29)
Tenet – (80:17 – 89:21)
The Painter and the Thief – (89:22 – 94:14)
Hamilton – (94:15 – 106:42)
Honorable mentions – (106:43 – 122:22)
Wrap-up – (122:23 – end)

The Fugitive, Blow Out, and how to make a great thriller

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew return with thriller recommendations for each other based on a film the other hasn’t seen.

Starting off a new format that you’ll hear more of in future episodes, Adam and Andrew discuss The Fugitive, Blow Out, and their more general thoughts on the thriller genre through the prism of those two movies.

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Running order:

Intro – (0:00 – 03:54)

The Fugitive (With SPOILERS) – (03:55 – 42:36)

Blow Out (With SPOILERS) – (42:37 – 124:29)

Wrap-up – (124:30 – end)

Note – Movies discussed in this episode include (in alphabetical order): Blow Out, The Fugitive

2004 in film, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Primer

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew continue their cinematic journey through the 21st century, on this occasion focusing on the films of the year 2004.

As well as a wider look at the movies released in that year, Andrew and Adam discuss their picks from the year in detail: Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Shane Carruth’s Primer.

If you like what you hear, make sure to subscribe, follow on Twitter (@CapturedOnCell), like us on Facebook, and come back next week for a conversation about Da 5 Bloods and the films of Spike Lee.

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Running order:

Intro to 2004 movies – (0:25 – 03:44)

Prestige pictures and the Oscars – (03:45 – 21:58)

Arthouse and indie releases – (21:59 – 37:27)

Blockbusters and the box office – (37:28 – 52:52)

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – (52:53 – 91:23)

Primer – (91:24 – 133:07)

Wrap-up – (133:08 – end)

Note – Movies discussed in this episode include (in alphabetical order): Before Sunset, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Fahrenheit 9/11, Million Dollar Baby, National Treasure, Primer, The Aviator