We begin another podcasting marathon series as we dive into the world of Japanese cinema with Yasujiro Ozu. Here we begin with his 1959 film Good Morning (Ohayo) wherein two children upset at adults decide to stop speaking in order to force them to get them a television. Farts and ridiculous salesmen are included for … Continue reading “TUMP FILMMAKERS [SERIES 4: OZU] [PT. 1 – GOOD MORNING]”
It’s 2017 now, but we’re still not crying with our marathon of westerns as we discuss the 70s Don Siegel film The Shootist. Enjoy:
This week’s entry in our Western-a-thon takes us up the hill to a gold mine where two former compatriots find themselves in service together to get a job done and we follow along on the dangers to come. In Ride the High Country.
This week we begin our latest marathon in which we disucss westerns. We begin with the Howard Hawks’ Red River. Enjoy as we follow the trail of the old west and discuss how to make our Christmas’ 90% less crying.
It’s time to continue our latest filmmaker marathon as we discuss Lubitsch’s 1933 film, Design for Living. We watch on as a three way relationship goes through its up and its downs, emotionally and physically.