Seeing and Believing 187: Steven Soderbergh’s High Flying Bird and Joe Cornish’s The Kid Who Would Be King
Wade and Kevin review Steven Soderbergh’s first Netflix film, High Flying Bird and Joe Cornish’s The Kid Who Would Be King.
The CAPC 25 of 2018 Finale Part 2: Ranking the List
Jonathan and crew are back to finish ranking the list of the Top 25 pop culture artifacts from 2018.
Seeing and Believing 181: Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Merry Christmas from Seeing & Believing! Our last episode before Christmas starts off Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma and then Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Seeing and Believing 174: David Gordon Green’s Halloween and Lee Chang-dong’s Burning
Get into the Halloween spirit with a review of David Gordon Green’s sequel/reboot of John Carpenter’s classic Halloween and foreign film, Burning.
Seeing and Believing 169: Shane Black’s The Predator and Our Fall/Winter Movie Preview!
Wade and Kevin tell us what films are most worth getting excited about after reviewing Shane Black’s attempt to reboot the Predator franchise.
Seeing and Believing 168: Aneesh Chaganty’s Searching and Josh & Jonathan Baker’s Kin
Wade and Kevin dip into genre cinema to see what they find with Searching starring John Cho. Then the guys take a look at Sci-fi thriller Kin.
Persuasion 144: When Heaven Is an Endless Aisle of School Supplies
In this ounce of Persuasion fast chat, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson gush over endless aisles of school supplies and how their annual appearance marks the most wonderful time of year for many who are no longer students.
Seeing and Believing 164: Carlos Lopez Estrada’s Blindspotting and Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson’s The Endless
Wade and Kevin have gentrification on the mind this week, as they review two films about unwelcome new arrivals in the neighborhood: Carlos Lopez Estrada’s Blindspotting, a drama about race and indie sci-fi/thriller The Endless, the new neighbor is an otherworldly force revered by a backwoods cult.
Seeing and Believing 163: Christopher McQuarrie’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout and Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade
Wade and Kevin review the latest Mission: Impossible film (alternate title: See Tom Run) and the latest indie darling from studio A24, Eighth Grade. Thrills and chills abound!
Persuasion 143: Being a Disruptive Witness, with Alan Noble
Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson invite Professor and CaPC EiC Alan Noble to the conversation to sort out the issue on how our social discourse may be loud, it is rarely effective in advancing understanding or reducing conflict.
Seeing and Believing 162: Antoine Fuqua’s The Equalizer 2 and Hirokazu Kore-eda’s The Third Murder
Both movies this week involve a measure of mayhem, but the two directors’ personal approaches to their stories couldn’t be more different: The Equalizer 2 and The Third Murder.
Seeing and Believing 161: Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace and Boots Riley’s Sorry to Bother You
Wade and Kevin get lost in the woods for their first film this week: Leave No Trace, Debra Granik’s long-awaited follow-up to Winter’s Bone. Then things take a turn for the weird as the guys jump into Boots Riley satire of capitalism and racism run amok, Sorry to Bother You.
Seeing and Believing 160: Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man and the Wasp and Tim Wardle’s Three Identical Strangers
The guys review a very big movie about a very tiny pair of heroes this week with the Marvel offering for July, Ant-Man and the Wasp. Also on the docket is another unusual story: a documentary about a set of triplets, separated at birth, who come to find one another later in life. Hijinks may or may not ensue.
Persuasion 142: The Incredibles Teach Us How to Be Human
In this ounce of Persuasion fast chat, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson chat (spoiler free) about how the Incredibles films affirm and value the unique role of the individual while inspiring the individual to be part of the team.
Seeing and Believing 159: Stefano Sollima’s Sicario: Day of the Soldado and Our Cinematic Gateway Drugs
The release of Sicario: Day of the Soldado, the sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s acclaimed 2015 thriller about the U.S.-Mexico drug war, has the guys thinking about the gateway drugs that got them into movies in the first place.