In this week's episode we will be discussing, analyzing, and reviewing, The Coen Brother's slice of life dramedy, from 2013, Inside Llewyn Davis.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sqfs/message
S3E09: The Father and Coen brothers Finale: Inside Llewyn Davis
Ya Love To See It
In this episode of Ya Love To See It, Zach, Caleb, and Eric review the 2021 Oscar nominee for best picture: "The Father." Does this film have any chance of winning its several Oscar nominations? Finally, the three friends review the final scheduled Coen brothers film: "Inside Llewyn Davis." How does the group feel about "Inside Llewyn Davis" compared to the other five reviewed Coen brothers film? Find out on this week's episode!
It’s the big 2-0! Thanks to everyone for sticking with us for twenty episodes! This week Craig, Will, and Phil watch and chat about the 2013 Coen Brother’s film “Inside Llewyn Davis”. Also, on the pod the guys chat about their favorite music movies, Craig and Phil’s days in tech, and what other Pixar films Russian scientists should investigate.Recommendations:Will: WandaVisionCraig: Umbrella Academy Phil: The Grand TourBecome a Patron!
Split Picks: The Coen Brothers' 'Intolerable Cruelty' vs. 'Inside Llewyn Davis'
Split Tooth Media
SPLIT PICKS returns to examine two films that find the Coen Brothers at their cruelest and their most compassionate When two writers selected two separate Coen Brothers films to write about within in a matter of days of each other, the coincidence made for the perfect reason to resurrect Split Picks, the first podcast series Split Tooth Media produced.Looking at two wildly different Coen Brothers films, the dark romantic comedy Intolerable Cruelty (2003) and the fictional folk music biopic Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), host Craig Wright, film scholar Frankie Vanaria, and filmmaker Steve Collins discuss how the Coens work with genre, how they weave film and music together, and whether they are at their strongest in comedies or dramas — or if there's a distinction between the two at all.Head to www.splittoothmedia.com to read Steve's and Frankie's essays about "Inside Llewyn Davis" and "Intolerable Cruelty."
431: Watchmen (season 1), Fargo (season 4), Boss Level, Ted Lasso, 3.10 to Yuma, Inside LLewyn Davis, Love and Monsters, Marvel 616, 30 Coins and MORE
Chin Stroker VS Punter
We fly through a metric butt-tonne of stuff we have been watching recently and banter over Watchmen (season 1), Fargo (season 4), Boss Level, Ted Lasso, 3.10 to Yuma, Inside LLewyn Davis, Love and Monsters, Marvel 616, 30 Coins and MORE Subscribe (and review us) at Apple Podcasts Check out Mike's other show The Rewatch Project Feedback appreciated at firstname.lastname@example.org and hang with us on facebook Check out the other PODSYNDICATE SHOWS
ep.26 – Don’t Look Back (1967) and Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
Double Double Feature Feature
Today, Jeremy picks a sensitive double feature captured straight from the poetry of the soul. A musical folk duo that serves as one large extension from one another. D.A. Pennebaker’s “fly on the wall” masterpiece Don’t Look Back and the Coen’s dark comedy Inside Llewyn Davis. The Show: @ddffpod Jeremy Schmidt: @ocarinaofcrime Alex Gaskin: @alex_j_gaskin […]
Welcome to episode 33 of Cineflek with your host Ethan Colburn! This episode, Austin and I discuss the most depressing Coen Brothers movie, Inside Llewyn Davis! We drank Gibsons, which you can find a recipe for at @cineflekpod on Instagram, or Twitter @cineflek. Here's a link to Griffin's Wahlberg Performance list. Here is a link to the form, if you have time to give us feedback on the show. Thank you for listening and supporting the show! And don't hesitate to reach out at email@example.com. Also, Cineflek still has t-shirts! Contact me if you are interested.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cineflek/message
This week Lewis and Beth once again hosted a special guest, Liam Lambert. Liam used to host a podcast with Lewis called the Reelist. Liam is a creative writer and a guitarist/vocalist in two bands. Because of his love of music, Liam picked Inside Llewyn Davis (2014) for both Lewis and Beth to watch. The film, about a budding folk musician trying to find his way and break the music scene of 1960s New York, gave the hosts and Liam, lots to discuss, including what happened to the cat! Don't forget to subscribe and review the podcast! If you enjoy listening to this, and think 'hey, you know who would like this..' pass it on! To find out more about us, follow on Twitter at @mrsatthemovies, on Instagram @themrsatthemovies, or take a look at the blog article published by the Podbible (https://podbiblemag.com/2020/04/03/mrs-at-the-movies-love-in-the-age-of-podcasting) it is a great place to start for an introduction. Title music: Space Fanfare Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Photography by Josh Caddick - Instagram @joshcaddick_
Cold winter night in New Your City. Jake and his trusty guitar are hailing the approaching taxi. 3 dollars and 10 cents in his pocket. Will it be enough to get to the studio to record the newest episode of Twofold Podcast? It has to. He is the host of the episode. Phil and Tim are probably already there. Laughing and having whisky. He is the host, he has to be there. He did pick the movies this time. He has to. Right as the taxi is about to stop in front of him. The phone rings. It's Johnny. "Hey buddy, I saw the movies you picked, it's gonna be a good episode. I'm sending over the car, so you are not late. Cheers mate." Synopsises of the Movies with Jake (3:13) Updates of The Twofold Lives and Driving Story (7:10) A Man of Music but not a Music Man (20:56) Different in Technique (30:33) These Two Choices where things go Right (42:55) Opportunity and Cat Philosophy (52:45) More Talk About What You Want (1:05:20) Looks and Conclusion (1:19:35)