Episode 14 – THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL: Conversations On Cinema
On this episode of The Bad and the Beautiful, we give you more for less, covering seven new movies in record time (well, for us anyway). We get back in the saddle by opining about the new collection of Western short stories by the Coen Brothers, in their feature-length anthology THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS, now playing exclusively on Netflix.
- The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, @ 0:46
- Suspiria, @ 11:25
- Beautiful Boy / Can You Ever Forgive Me?, @ 22:34
- Widows / Bohemian Rhapsody, @ 29:06
- Wildlife, @ 36:33
- Outro, @ 47:06
We get back in the saddle by opining about the new collection of Western short stories by the Coen Brothers, in their feature-length anthology The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, now playing exclusively on Netflix.
Next we conjure up our takes on the remake of the horror classic Suspiria, from director Luca Guadagnino.
Then we both double-up on a pair of films each. Jeff discusses the new Oscar hopefuls Beautiful Boy and Can You Ever Forgive Me?, and Charles breaks down the new thriller from 12 Years A Slave Oscar-winner Steve McQueen, Widows, and the Queen / Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
We close out with a discussion of the auspicious directorial debut from actor Paul Dano. His first feature as a filmmaker is Wildlife. It stars Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal.
You can also read my interview with Paul Dano here.
– “Hurt”, Timi Yuro, Wildlife
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