Episode 259: Bolt

Continuing on this week in our cinematic exploration of that special bond between human and canine, we take a look at a rather underrated piece of the Disney movie collection. We also briefly discuss a dog-centered award-winning short film that now has an even more special place in Aaron’s heart.

Bolt Spoiler Review – 13:06

The Connecting Point – 44:17

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Episode 258: Isle of Dogs

Our next film about dogs sums up our feelings on canine companions in its very title. Yes, we do love dogs. We enjoy discussing how Wes Anderson’s signature whimsy shows up in this stellar animated work and also how watching this in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic is a little bit extra eerie.

Isle of Dogs Spoiler Review – 0:12:14

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Episode 257: The Art of Racing in the Rain

We resume discussing dogs in film with the adaptation of Garth Stein’s outstanding novel about the dog of a race car driver. It’s full of inspirational life lessons and touching relatable family drama that gets at the heart of the special bond between humans and their canine companions.

The Art of Racing in the Rain Spoiler Review – 0:07:14

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Episode 255: Frankenweenie

This week begins a stretch of episodes celebrating man’s best friend, in honor of Aaron becoming a first-time puppy parent. We start with the perfect dog film to discuss around Halloween, as it is filled with homage to classic monster and horror films of the past, but still has a sweetness to it that all pet owners can feel.

Frankenweenie Spoiler Review – 05:35

The Connecting Point – 49:11

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Episode 253: Superman II

This week we continue our Batman v Superman celebration by covering the second of three films centering on the blue boy scout, the original theatrical sequel to Richard Donner’s “Superman”.

Superman II Spoiler Review – 0:14:31

The Connecting Point – 1:06:33

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Episode 252: Superman

This week we continue our Batman v Superman celebration by covering the first of three films centering on the blue boy scout himself, beginning with Richard Donner’s 1978 entry that set the tone for what an entire genre of film looks like today. We challenge ourselves to consider both this film’s value as a trend-setter and whether it holds up today.

Superman Spoiler Review – 0:09:16

The Connecting Point – 0:59:11

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Episode 251: Dead Poets Society

Jacob Neff joins us to discuss our September Donor Pick winner in a month we aim to honor the late, great Robin Williams. Our conversation has us debating the merits of promoting artistry versus realism and wondering whether Professor Keating’s methods would be beneficial to all students, as well as trying to understand what makes this film such a beloved favorite for so many viewers.

Dead Poets Society Spoiler Review – 0:09:31

The Connecting Point – 1:15:02

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Episode 250: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

We discuss arguably the greatest Batman animated film of all-time, and one where the duality of Bruce Wayne/Batman is fully explored in addition to a uniquely sweet, impactful, and tragic romance for the character.

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Spoiler Review – 07:48

The Connecting Point – 47:10

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Episode 245: Catch Me If You Can

We’re sticking with the theme of impersonators cashing fraudulent checks this week as we shift our attention from Matt Damon to the fist of two films starring the great Leonardo DiCaprio. This wild and nearly unbelievable true story of Frank Abagnale Jr. and his eventual capture by the FBI is one of the most joyful crime capers you’ll ever see.

Catch Me If You Can Spoiler Review – 0:09:32

The Connecting Point – 1:06:49

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Episode 244: The Talented Mr. Ripley

This week Caless Davis is back on the show to talk about one of his favorite films. Arguably Matt Damon’s best performance is given in this twisty thriller about identity theft set in 1950s Italy and its commentary on class offers plenty for us to discuss.

The Talented Mr. Ripley Spoiler Review – 0:15:57

The Connecting Point – 1:21:19

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