April 29, 2016

New Talking Pictures and Pick 3

The latest episodes of Talking Pictures and Pick 3 are now up. In the latest Talking Pictures, Kev and I discuss how future generations will discover the back catalog of great films that we discovered in our youth (or if they will at all). Pick 3 covers a book, movie, and piece of music to celebrate spring. My pick, of course, is needlessly violent.

Share your stories below about how you discovered that there was actually a history to movies and how you like to celebrate spring via pop culture.

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  1. Tim says:

    IMDb’s Top 250 has led me to a lot of films that I’ve really enjoyed (both older ones and lesser-known newer ones like Oldboy, In Bruges and City of God), and I could see that being a valuable resource for future generations looking for great movies. The series of “100 Years…” lists that the American Film Institute aired on TV also led me to some amazing films, though those specials likely won’t be as readily available in the future (and unfortunately they don’t include any non-American films).

  2. David says:

    I am still in the course of making sure I see every movie in the IMDb Top 250. The beauty of it is that it will be an ongoing process. I’ll never be “finished” because the list will continue to evolve.

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