Episode 125: 1917 and Long Day’s Journey Into Night

1917 and Long Day’s Journey Into Night January 14, 2020 I hope you like single-shot, long-take movies… cause we’re knee-deep in them this week with Sam Mendes’ World War I epic, 1917 and Bi Gan’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night. But first, we’re talking Oscar nominations… or rather – the incredible roster of snubs.   Intro: 0:00 – 13:19 Oscar… Read More Episode 125: 1917 and Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Episode 121: Marriage Story and Honey Boy

Marriage Story and Honey Boy December 20, 2019 We’re putting the family unit under the microscope this week with two films that track the downward slope of disfunction. Up first is Noah Baumbach’s semi-autobiographical examination of divorce, Marriage Story, which finally hit Netflix and is certain to garner some Oscar nominations. Then we take a look at Shia LaBeouf’s… Read More Episode 121: Marriage Story and Honey Boy

Episode 119: The Irishman and Knives Out

The Irishman and Knives Out December 3, 2019 All-Star casts are on full display this week on the Cinema Vertigogo Podcast as we take a look at Martin Scorsese’s long-awaited epic, The Irishman and Rian Johnson’s first post-Star Wars picture, Knives Out.    Intro: 0:00 – 9:20 The Irishman: 9:25 – 1:03:55 Knives Out: 1:04:41 – 1:47:53   https://www.patreon.com/cinemavertigogo https://www.facebook.com/cinemavertigogo/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/cinemavertigogosocialclub/… Read More Episode 119: The Irishman and Knives Out

Episode 118: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Pause

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Pause November 27, 2019 We’re examining the family dynamic and the damage it can leave in its wake this week on the Cinema Vertigogo Podcast. First up is the biopic that is bringing audiences to tears with its unbridled goodness, the Fred Rogers biopic, A Beautiful Day in the… Read More Episode 118: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Pause