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Film Analysis with Luke
11 minutes | a year ago
Tarantino, Dreams, Urine in 6th Sense,
Tarantino and fingers Getting pregnant from one time Dream encyclopedias are overconcerned with sex Urine analysis in the 6th Sense The Affair is atrocious The Loudest Voice and I’m Dying Up Here
9 minutes | a year ago
Movie Recs, 6th Sense anal, Band of Brothers
Whos Afraid of virginia Wooolf Sixth Sense is about masculine repression in society Upstream Color Band of Brothers, underwear in the shower? Band of Brothers, reserved dialogue = good. Like Zodiac, not Hacksaw Ridge. A Star is Born, ears and nose Wind River (Netflix) yay, Air Force One hard nay
13 minutes | a year ago
6th Sense, The Master, Band of Brothers, Netflix movie recs
The Sixth Sense, single mothers. The Master, window to the wall scene. Band of brothers, no snipers. Movie recs: Rams and as I Lay Dying (cement or concrete?) Movie pet peeves and things I love
12 minutes | a year ago
A Star is Born, Billy Madison, Colors, wrist slits
A Star is Born. Half faces. Billy Madison is Sandler’s best film. It takes artistic risks. Most gruesome wrist-slits in films. Heaven Knows What, On Body and Soul The other 3. (I keep forgetting the numbers): It’s important when characters laugh The opposite of brown and where does Silver come from. Characters shouldn't wear what they're feeling.
8 minutes | a year ago
7 Notes on There Will Be Blood
Sexual abuse theory, brother confusion, more.
44 minutes | 3 years ago
Mad Men S1:06 Babylon -- Joan as Jezebel (Guess Who's the Dog that Eats Her)
Great podcast episode! I highly recommend watching the Mmep first (or at least after). I have some misquotes. Brief clips from: House of Cards, Pulp Fiction, and more. (All film/audio clips used for analysis purposes #FairUseHopefully).
30 minutes | 3 years ago
House of Cards
Decent fluff till 13ish minutes (I tell two jokes I love). Then House of Cards talk. Lighter essays first then the heavier one. A few season 5 spoilers. Enjoy!
13 minutes | 4 years ago
6.7 Mad Men S1:E4 The Origins of Betty and Glen's Relationship
Today we analyze one of the strangest aspects of Mad Men: why Betty Draper and Glen Bishop connect so well.
12 minutes | 4 years ago
6.6 Mad Men S1:E4 The Meaning of Blonde and Red Hair
We examine the different meanings of red and blonde hair by comparing Helen Bishop, Betty Draper, and the prostitute. Short episode. Medium difficulty.
11 minutes | 4 years ago
6.5 Bad Parents Turn Don into Moses and Pete into an Apostle
Difficulty: MEDIUM-ADVANCED Length: SHORT Format: FULL TEXT or AUDIO Essay about bad parents, migrants, and the Bible.
32 minutes | 4 years ago
6.4 The Meaning of Trains and Rachel Menken’s Home
Ladies meditate in the bathroom, men do on the train. The train is a transition stage. Megan’s home is a time capsule -- past gender roles on bottom, future on top. To skip the fluff and go straight to analysis, start at 6:35.
36 minutes | 4 years ago
6.3 Mandatory Minimums and Prisons
A company asked me to review their documentary (Incarcerating US) but it was basically half baked propaganda about prisons, mandatory minimums, and the evil that is justice in the US. So I decided to tear the doc a new one. “How come you don't attack conservative propaganda, Runge?” Because that wouldn’t balance the world we live in: Anything remotely critical of African Americans: racist; must be in KKK Anything anti-abortion or anti-birth control: sexist; must hate women Anything pro-gun: you must sleep with a rifle and adore mass shootings. Anything that even hints at taxing the rich less: Ok district 1, tell us if you ever come to reality. This is the emotionally incompetent PC culture we live in i.e. 90% of what we find on Reddit, Imgur, twitter, and the news. If the pendulum ever swings back (which it might) and I have 1dimensional conservative/right wing arguments shoved down my throat day in and day out, I’ll crucify that simplistic moronicism, but that’s not the world we live in.
40 minutes | 4 years ago
6.2 The War of the Sexes: Psychiatry, Subtlety, Moon, and Shaky Hands.
Keep in mind that each theme is not specific to this episode but repeats and repeats and repeats throughout the series. My topics are not arbitrarily chosen. (I wrongly attribute a quote to Henry Francis that was said by Francine. Whoops.)
30 minutes | 4 years ago
6.1 Introduction to Mad Men
Here it is, for Mad Men lovers and novices alike, my Mad Men discussions (starting with episode one). Knowledge of the series not required -- these episodes are interesting enough to be listened to without watching the show -- but the ideal usage of these episodes would be as a companion. I hope to analyze the first season (episode by episode) and then see if I feel like continuing.
9 minutes | 4 years ago
5.8 The Arrival (Quickie Review) SPOILERS
9 minutes. Not very heady. Let me know your thoughts. Enjoy! SPOILERS
18 minutes | 4 years ago
5.7 Trust & Hope; Intimacy & Violence
The Film: They Look Like People Quick episode. About 15 minutes. Talk about a Netflix semi-scary/thriller movie. Enjoy!
19 minutes | 4 years ago
5.6 Introverts and Extroverts in Relationships
Film: Drinking Buddies I loved this film so much. Enjoy the episode (it comes in under 15 minutes). We talk about relationships, what types of people work, and some of the metaphors in the film.
11 minutes | 4 years ago
5.5 A super-cute four year old learns about life
The film "Nana." Only 10ish minutes. Another one from old that I'd never finished/published so it's lacking a bit of polish but still good. Enjoy!
15 minutes | 4 years ago
5.4 Racism and Self Control
14ish minutes. 5.3-5.6 are ones I did a bit back and didn't publish so that don't have exactly what I love but are still good. Enjoy!
9 minutes | 4 years ago
5.3 Duke of Burgundy
Quickie episode: 9 minutes. Enjoy!
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