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  • Episode 73 - Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

    Embark on a satirical journey through the Cold War era with Movie Mistrial as we unravel the dark humor and political wit of Stanley Kubrick's classic, "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb."

    Kubrick's biting satire, Peter Sellers' iconic multiple roles, and the film's timeless exploration of the absurdity of nuclear war combine to create a cinematic masterpiece that remains a sharp commentary on the precariousness of global politics.

    Some viewers contend that the film's humor may be too dark and its depiction of serious global issues may be overly irreverent, potentially diminishing the gravity of the subject matter.

    Join us for a riveting discussion as we dissect the dark comedic brilliance of "Dr. Strangelove" and explore its enduring impact on political satire in cinema.

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    42m | Feb 28, 2024
  • Episode 72 - American Beauty

    Immerse yourself in the profound exploration of suburban life and existentialism with Movie Mistrial as we dissect the Academy Award-winning film, "American Beauty."

    Director Sam Mendes' masterful storytelling, coupled with Kevin Spacey's riveting performance, crafts a hauntingly beautiful narrative that unravels the complexities of midlife crises, societal expectations, and the pursuit of true happiness.

    Some critics argue that the film's portrayal of certain characters may veer into clichés, potentially overshadowing the depth of its themes and diluting the impact of its social commentary.

    Join us for a thought-provoking discussion as we navigate the delicate nuances of "American Beauty" and explore its enduring relevance.

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    44m | Feb 14, 2024
  • Episode 71 - Batman - The Dark Knight Rises

    Embark on a cinematic journey through the shadows of Gotham with Movie Mistrial as we unravel the complexities of Christopher Nolan's epic conclusion, "The Dark Knight Rises."

    Nolan's grand vision, coupled with Christian Bale's compelling portrayal of Batman, creates an emotionally charged and satisfying conclusion to the Dark Knight trilogy. The film's intricate plot and powerful performances elevate it to superhero epic status.

    Some critics argue that the film's ambitious narrative may be overstuffed, with certain plot elements feeling convoluted or rushed, potentially detracting from the overall impact of the story.

    Join us for a deep dive into the world of Gotham as we discuss the triumphs and challenges of "The Dark Knight Rises."

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    45m | Jan 31, 2024
  • Episode 70 - Inglourious Basterds

    Embark on a thrilling wartime adventure with Movie Mistrial as we delve into Quentin Tarantino's audacious masterpiece, "Inglourious Basterds."

    Tarantino's signature storytelling and Christoph Waltz's mesmerizing performance create a cinematic symphony, turning historical events on their head with a mix of tension, humor, and revenge. "Inglourious Basterds" is a bold, genre-defying triumph.

    Some critics argue that the film's alternate history approach may be too audacious, potentially overshadowing the gravity of the real historical events it reimagines.

    Join us for a riveting discussion as we dissect the intricacies of "Inglourious Basterds" and explore its impact on cinematic storytelling.

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    46m | Jan 17, 2024
  • Episode 69 - Aliens

    Prepare for a pulse-pounding intergalactic journey with Movie Mistrial as we venture into the heart of James Cameron's sci-fi epic, "Aliens."

    Cameron's visionary direction and Sigourney Weaver's iconic performance elevate this sequel to a horror classic, expanding the Alien universe with intense action sequences and a strong, empowering female protagonist.

    Some purists argue that "Aliens" deviates from the suspenseful horror of its predecessor, leaning more towards action, potentially diluting the terrifying essence of the original.

    Join us as we delve deep into the dark corners of space and dissect the strengths and potential pitfalls of "Aliens."

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    35m | Jan 3, 2024
  • Episode 68 - Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse

    Embark on a web-slinging adventure like no other with Movie Mistrial as we swing into the multi-dimensional world of "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse."

    This groundbreaking animated film pushes the boundaries of superhero storytelling with its unique visual style and diverse cast of Spider-People, earning it critical acclaim as a fresh and exciting take on the iconic character.

    While the film's animation style is innovative, some traditionalists may argue that it strays too far from the classic Spider-Man formula, potentially leaving die-hard fans divided.

    Join us for an exhilarating discussion on "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" as we explore the dynamic evolution of everyone's friendly neighborhood superhero.

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    39m | Dec 20, 2023
  • Episode 67 - The Witness for the Prosecution

    Delve into the enigmatic world of classic cinema with Movie Mistrial! In this episode, we unveil the legal thriller masterpiece, "The Witness for the Prosecution."

    Marlene Dietrich's captivating performance adds a layer of intrigue and elegance to this courtroom drama, making it a must-see classic that has left a lasting impact on cinema.

    As we dissect the film's intricate plot, we explore whether certain twists and turns may leave some viewers perplexed, raising questions about the movie's storytelling.

    Join us in this cinematic exploration as we examine the scales of justice and share our perspectives on "The Witness for the Prosecution."

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    42m | Dec 6, 2023
  • Episode 66 - The Great Dictator

    Explore the timeless brilliance of Charlie Chaplin's iconic satire in this episode of Movie Mistrial, as we take a closer look at "The Great Dictator."

    Chaplin's genius shines through his dual role, delivering a poignant and powerful message about the absurdity of dictatorships and the importance of unity, making this film a cinematic masterpiece.

    Some critics argue that the film's humor may not resonate with modern audiences, questioning whether certain comedic elements have stood the test of time.

    Join us for a thought-provoking discussion on "The Great Dictator" as we navigate the delicate balance between humor and political commentary.

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    35m | Nov 22, 2023
  • Episode 65 - The Shining

    Dive into the eerie world of Stanley Kubrick's iconic psycho-horror masterpiece, "The Shining," in this episode of Movie Mistrial. Uncover the intrigue as we debate whether Jack Nicholson's performance is a captivating masterpiece or an instance of overacting, all while exploring the thrilling heights of horror the film has achieved.

    Experience the spine-tingling brilliance of Jack Nicholson's unforgettable portrayal in one of the most enduring horror classics, setting a high bar for the genre.

    Is Nicholson's performance a touch too intense, overshadowing the film's other elements? Tune in as we dissect this aspect and more.

    Whose perspective do you align with - Raji or Johannes? Join the discussion as we unravel the enigmatic world of "The Shining."

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    36m | Nov 8, 2023
  • Episode 64 - Avengers: Infinity War

    Today we're talking about the first part of the epic culmination of years of MCU movies - Avengers: Infinity War.

    Does this movie only work in the context of the huge backlog of movies before, or is this a movie that nails the world-building and stakes presented?

    Who convinced you? Raji, or Johannes?

    Apologies for the sound quality on this episode, we should be back to normal with the next one.

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    45m | Oct 25, 2023
  • Episode 63 - Oppenheimer

    Today we're talking about the latest addition to Christopher Nolan's catalogue - Oppenheimer.

    Is this movie basically a bait and switch and not really about Oppenheimer, or is this a film about the challenges of moral vs science?

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    44m | Oct 11, 2023
  • Episode 62 - Paths of Glory

    Today we're talking about one of Stanley Kubrick's lesser known movies Paths of Glory.

    Is this movie showcasing the depths of corruption in the military, or is this yet another rehash of the same WW1 story, but this time from the point of view of non-Germans??

    Who convinced you? Raji, or Johannes?


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    46m | Sep 27, 2023
  • Episode 61 - Sunset Boulevard

    Today we're talking about Billy Wilder's Sunset Boulevard.

    Is this movie giving us Hollywood realness, the good, the bad, and the decay or is this a boring film full of unlikable characters?

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    39m | Sep 13, 2023
  • Episode 60 - The Lives of Others

    Today we're talking about Florian Henckel von Donnersmark's The Lives of Others.

    The first German movie on the list, but does is perform? Is it boring as hell? Is it exploiting and romanticizing the terrors of the GDR? And what the heck is the motivation here?

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    48m | Aug 30, 2023
  • Episode 59 - Wall-E

    Today we're talking about Andrew Stanton's Wall-E.

    Is this movie cute at first, but having major issues in terms of messaging, or are we seeing Pixar at it's finest?

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    43m | Aug 16, 2023
  • Episode 58 - Indiana Jones - Raiders of the Lost Arc

    Today we're talking about Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Arc.

    Is this movie lhaving major character issues, or is this a perfect kickoff of the action adventure genre?

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    43m | Aug 2, 2023
  • Episode 57 - Django Unchained

    Today we're talking about Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained.

    Is this movie lacking the proper directoral point of view, or is this a perfect melting pot of genres?

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    50m | Jul 19, 2023
  • Episode 56 - Memento

    Today we're talking about Christopher Nolan's Memento

    Is this movie a revolutionary piece of filmmaking, that has been unmatched, or is it smarter on paper than in execution?

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    42m | Jul 5, 2023
  • Episode 55 - Apocalypse Now (Final Cut)

    Today we're talking about Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now (Final Cut)

    Is this movie a harrowing tale of the Vietnam war, or is this an unfocused mess of a film that even the director doesn't fully know what to do with?

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    44m | Jun 21, 2023
  • Episode 54 - City Lights

    Today we're talking about Charlie Chaplin's City Lights

    Is this movie truly the greatest film ever made, or is this a display of slapstick comedy overstaying its welcome?

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    30m | Jun 7, 2023
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