In this minisode, Tyler and Josh discuss Ridley Scott’s Gladiator, winner of Best Picture for 2000.
Let’s all do ourselves a solid and pretend that it hasn’t been seven months since I wrote my last entry into my Top Ten Favorites, shall we? Good.
I was forthcoming at the outset of this blog series that subjectivity, as is the case with any Top Ten list, would play a key role in its formation. Despite the fact that this list is still in its infancy we’ve come to the entry in which, more so than any of the other films before or after, the immeasurable, personal factors – nostalgia, mood, time, place – play a significant role in the reverence I hold for it.
In this minisode, Tyler and Josh discuss Ron Howard’s A Beautiful Mind, winner of Best Picture for 2001.
In this episode, Tyler and guest host Robert Hornak discuss Tony Gilroy’s Michael Clayton and Sidney Lumet’s The Verdict.
St. Francis is attributed with saying, “Preach the gospel always, and if necessary, use words.” Taking this maxim to a literal conclusion is a new film by Sharon Wilharm called The Good Book, which professes to be the world’s first evangelical silent feature film.