Seeing and Believing 259 | James D’Arcy’s Made in Italy and Billy Wilder’s Double Indemnity

Two very different kinds of family melodramas are featured in this week’s episode: James D’Arcy’s Made in Italy, and the famous film noir Double Indemnity!

Seeing and Believing 258 | Dave Franco’s The Rental and Nicholas Ray’s In a Lonely Place

Seeing & Believing kicks off a new series on film noir starting with Humphrey Bogart in a Lonely Place and Dave Franco’s directorial debut with The Rental.

Seeing and Believing 257 | Gina Prince-Bythewood’s The Old Guard and Elizabeth Coffman/Mark Bosco’s Flannery

Wade and Kevin sit down with Netflix’s superhero-adjacent action flick The Old Guard, and the documentary Flannery about the renowned 20th Century author.

Seeing and Believing 256| Kelly Reichardt’s First Cow and Max Barbakow’s Palm Springs

Kelly Reichardt’s latest film about two friends milking a rich man’s cow on the sly, and why Wade and Kevin also like Palm Springs, the Hulu original film.

Seeing and Believing 255 | Aaron Schneider’s Greyhound and Andrew Patterson’s The Vast of Night

Wade and Kevin see what Rom Hanks serves up with Greyhound, then turn their attentionAndrew Patterson’s 1950s-set sci-fi flick The Vast of Night.

Seeing and Believing 254 | Hirokazu Kore-eda’s The Truth and David Dobkin’s Eurovision Song Contest

This week we review Hirokazu Kore-eda’s The Truth and the Will Ferrell comedy Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.

Seeing and Believing 253 | Jon Stewart’s Irresistible and a Retro Review of Jaws

We look at the latest cinematic political satire from former Daily Show host Jon Stewart and celebrate the 45th birthday of Jaws with a retro review.

Seeing and Believing 252 | Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods and Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island

Seeing and Believing 251 | Netflix’s Space Force and Josephine Decker’s Shirley

Buckle up for terrible space puns asWade and Kevin tackle Space Force, and go on a voyage into the mind of famed writer Shirley Jackson.

Seeing and Believing 250 | The Dardenne Brothers’ Young Ahmed and Kitty Green’s The Assistant

Wade and Kevin look at the Dardennes’ story of a young teenager who is attracted to Islamic fundamentalism, and Kitty Green’s #MeToo drama, The Assistant.

Seeing and Believing 249 | Michael Winterbottom’s Trip to Greece and Andrew Ahn’s Driveways

It’s time for a Trip to Greece with Michael Winterbottom while eating fancy followed by Andrew Ahn’s darling film Driveways staring the late Brian Dennehy.

Seeing and Believing 248 | Josh Trank’s Capone

Wade and Kevin get back to basics with a review of Josh Trank’s unconventional small-budget film examining the last year of the infamous gangster’s life.

Seeing and Believing 247 | 2020 Auteur Series – Wes Anderson

Wade and Kevin wrap up their auteur series with a look at the work of America’s foremost purveyor of immaculately framed family dysfunction: Wes Anderson.

Seeing and Believing 246 | 2020 Auteur Series – David Fincher

Wade and Kevin continue their auteur study with David Fincher as they rank their Top 10 David Fincher films and see the common elements in his work.

Seeing and Believing 245 | 2020 Auteur Series – Kelly Reichardt

Kelly Reichardt is the next subject of our 2020 Auteur series. A major figure in film, Kelly Reichardt’s quiet, understaded style has left a large impact.

Seeing and Believing 243 | Lee Chang-dong’s Secret Sunshine

Closing the South Korean movie marathon this week is Lee Chang-dong’s Secret Sunshine, where a woman turns to Christianity after suffering a loss.