Always See Everything - A Criterion Movie Podcast
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How to Survive as a Short King: 49-50, 1033, 1074
We thought this was going to be a short one, we swear. A mentally exhausted Anthony teams up with the Liberator of Rubicon to power through two pivotal Fellinis in the heartbreaking Nights of Cabiria and the Augustus Gloop-featuring And the Ship Sails On. Buster Keaton’s The Cameraman does a good job speaking for itself, so we mainly just talk about the monkey, because we know what good fucking radio is. We then immediately forget what good radio is as we go absolutely beast mode raving about Olivier Assayas’s Irma Vep, which is perhaps the strongest entry in the Movie About Movies canon we’ve covered so far. Shout out to Bart Simpson, that boy funny as hell! Nights of Cabiria (1957) dir. Federico Fellini - (00:08:51) And the Ship Sails On (1983) dir. Federico Fellini - (00:52:58) The Cameraman (1928) dir. Buster Keaton- (01:19:09) Irma Vep (1996) dir. Olivier Assayas- (01:47:48) Rankings - (02:38:01) Anthony's Latest Ranking --------- Sean's Latest Ranking Always See Everything is an AnthonyReviews film podcast. For movie reviews and more, you can go to AnthonyReviews.com or check us out on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. Edited by Tyler Frazier. Original Artwork by Ana Habrych.
About Always See Everything - A Criterion Movie Podcast
The movie podcast where aspiring film critic Anthony and aspiring NBA forward Sean review, riff on, and rank every spine in the Criterion Collection. In every episode, we see four movies; two are determined by spine order, and two are picked by the hosts. If you love your critical analysis with a side of anarchic comedy, this is the movie review podcast for you! Always See Everything is an AnthonyReviews film podcast. Access more episodes, subscribe, and learn more.