Episode 41: Groundhog Day (1993)

Listen to this week’s episode to see if the guys see their shadows as they discuss Harold Ramis’s 1993 hit Groundhog Day. Bill Murray’s electric presence takes a film that, on paper, should never have been elevated above a regular nineties rom-com to a place that very few movies reach: absolute perfection. Groundhog Day combines stunningly thought-provoking philosophy with belly laughs and touching moments to create a film that will always stand the test of time. The guys also discuss what they’d do with an endless day in Punxsutawney as well as a day they’d like to relive over and over.

Ep 41 Groundhog Day (1993)
Directors
Harold Ramis
Stars
Bill Murray
Andie MacDowell
Chris Elliott

Curated by: Clark
What movies are about

Aired Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Listen to this week's episode to see if the guys see their shadows as they discuss Harold Ramis's 1993 hit Groundhog Day. Bill Murray's electric presence takes a film that, on paper, should never have been elevated above a regular nineties rom-com to a place that very few movies reach: absolute perfection. Groundhog Day combines stunningly thought-provoking philosophy with belly laughs and touching moments to create a film that will always stand the test of time. The guys also discuss what they'd do with an endless day in Punxsutawney as well as a day they'd like to relive over and over.

Episode 8: Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989)

The guys talk Steven Soderbergh’s breakthrough debut feature Sex, Lies, and Videotape, starring Andie MacDowell, James Spader, Peter Gallagher, and Laura San Giacomo. They break down the way the film uses a cultural taboo like sex to show the ways humans do or don’t expose truths about themselves to one another, and more specifically the way that Soderbergh’s 1989 film examines communication between people through the different relationships between the two characters. The film is a stunning work of art, both visually and thematically, and the guys discuss what Sex, Lies, and Videotape meant for film as a whole upon its release. Also, they put themselves in the characters’ shoes for a minute and discuss summer vacation plans.

Ep 08 Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989)
Director
Steven Soderbergh
Stars
James Spader
Andie MacDowell
Peter Gallagher
Laura San Giacomo

Curated by: Jarryd
What movies are about

Aired Friday, May 15, 2015
The guys talk Steven Soderbergh's breakthrough debut feature Sex, Lies, and Videotape, starring Andie MacDowell, James Spader, Peter Gallagher, and Laura San Giacomo. They break down the way the film uses a cultural taboo like sex to show the ways humans do or don't expose truths about themselves to one another, and more specifically the way that Soderbergh's 1989 film examines communication between people through the different relationships between the two characters. The film is a stunning work of art, both visually and thematically, and the guys discuss what Sex, Lies, and Videotape meant for film as a whole upon its release. Also, they put themselves in the characters' shoes for a minute and discuss summer vacation plans.