Licorice Pizza, and Paul Thomas Anderson’s filmography ranked

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew talk about the latest film from Paul Thomas Anderson, Licorice Pizza, and lay out their overall rankings of his entire filmography.

Warning: This episode does contain SPOILERS.

0:00 – 63:24 – Licorice Pizza

63:25 – end – PTA rankings

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Chinatown and The Big Goodbye: Discussing a Hollywood masterpiece and the book about its making

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew host their first ever book club podcast as they discuss Sam Wasson’s book, The Big Goodbye, and the Hollywood masterpiece that it covers, Chinatown.

Warning: This episode does contain SPOILERS.

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The cinematic world of Terrence Malick – Part 3: To the Wonder, Knight of Cups, Song to Song

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew wrap up their deep dive into Terrence Malick’s filmography with the final part of a three part series, with this episode focusing on To the Wonder, Knight of Cups, and Song to Song.

Warning: This episode does contain SPOILERS.

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The cinematic world of Terrence Malick – Part 2: The New World, The Tree of Life, Voyage of Time, A Hidden Life

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew return to continue their deep dive into Terrence Malick’s filmography with the second of a three part series, with this episode focusing on The New World, The Tree of Life, Voyage of Time, and A Hidden Life.

Warning: This episode does contain SPOILERS.

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Getting lost in Christian Petzold’s dreamlike cinema of ghosts

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss the work of German director Christian Petzold, including conversation on his background, key pre-occupations, and films such as Yella, Barbara, Phoenix, Transit, Undine.

Warning: This episode does contain SPOILERS, which are flagged up in advance at 69:34.

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The cinematic world of Terrence Malick – Part 1: Badlands, Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew begin their deep dive into Terrence Malick’s filmography with the first of a three part series, with this episode focusing on Malick’s cinematic beginnings: Badlands, Days of Heaven, and The Thin Red Line.

Warning: This episode does contain SPOILERS.

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Shiva Baby: The brilliance of Emma Seligman’s anxiety spiked comedy

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss Emma Seligman’s feature directorial debut Shiva Baby, one of their early favourites in 2021.

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Adam and Andrew’s top 10 movies of 2020

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew share their respective lists for their 10 favourite movies of 2020.

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Running Order

Intro (0:00-00:32)

Overall reflections on the movies of 2020 (0:33-10:23)

Honourable mentions (10:24-25:19)

Shithouse (25:20-34:59)

Ema (35:00-41:18)

I’m Thinking of Ending Things (41:19-50:07)

Tenet (50:08-59:52)

Palm Springs (59:53-69:53)

Promising Young Woman (69:54-81:40)

The Vast of Night (81:41-92:50)

Nomadland (92:51-101:29)

Boys State (101:30-111:53)

First Cow (111:53-119:29)

Dick Johnson Is Dead (119:30-130:49)

The Father (130:50-139:33)

Wolfwalkers (139:34-151:16)

Another Round (151:17-165:42)

David Byrne’s American Utopia (165:43-177:09)

Minari (177:10-187:25)

Lovers Rock (187:26-196:47)

List recaps and Wrap-Up (196:48-end)

Oscars preview: Predictions and picks for the 93rd Academy Awards

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew look ahead to the 93rd Academy Awards, going through key categories to make their picks for who should and will win Oscars this weekend.

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The warmth and the struggle of Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari

In the latest episode of Captured on Celluloid, Adam and Andrew discuss Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, which is one of the most acclaimed films of the past year and a multiple Oscar nominee.

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Warning: This episode contains spoilers toward the end, which are flagged in advance with a spoiler warning.

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