TV & Film
Sometimes actors and directors get stuck making one type of movie and, through their own choice or external circumstances, they try something completely new and unexpected. In this episode, Matt and Ed discuss successful reinventions, the ones that failed, and the times when whole careers were sent off in a new direction by one fateful film. They also discuss The Hamilton Mixtape, how many good films came out in 1999, and the controversy surrounding the production of Last Tango in Paris and the broader problems of how it has been reported.
00:00:00 - 00:18:45 - Intro & News
00:18:46 - 01:00:35 - Matt & Ed discuss Playing Against Type
01:00:36 - 01:06:12 - SRS Recommends & Outro
Note: We sincerely apologise for the brief, scattered audio issues in the first half of the episode. There was some static on the recording and while almost all of has been edited out, there were a few moments where it couldn't be removed.
314. Autumnal Movies
313. Frequent Collaborations
311. Borat and the Limits of Satire
309. One Location Movies
308. This Hits Different
306. The State of Streaming
305. News Roundup
303. The Cultural Weight of the Criterion Collection
302. Late Night Television
300. Ed's Birthday 2020
299. When Will Movies Come Back?
298. Best of the Year So Far
297. Olivia de Havilland
296. Movies and Video Games
295. Don't Go to Movie Theatres. Wear A Mask. This Isn't Hard.
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