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Wild Things (1998) A formative film in one man's youth.
And a formative film in one man's middle age as well! WILD THINGS is everything to everyone! Especially if you are Matt Dillon. Somehow not reaching his apex of creep as he would later in 1998 with THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY... but he still does pretty well for himself here. We debate if Neve Campbell is white trash enough, how Denise Richards should have been a great sitcom star and whether or not there's enough bacon from Kevin Bacon.
All in all another family friendly episode of TiT. Enjoy!
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Wild Things (1998) A formative film in one man's youth.
And a formative film in one man's middle age as well! WILD THINGS is everything to everyone! Especially if you are Matt Dillon. Somehow not reaching his apex of creep as he would later in 1998 with THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY... but he still does pretty well for himself here. We debate if Neve Campbell is white trash enough, how Denise Richards should have been a great sitcom star and whether or not there's enough bacon from Kevin Bacon.
All in all another family friendly episode of TiT. Enjoy!
Support what we do with bonus content and early episodes on Patreon Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @trilogyintheory
Tweet at your hosts: @projectingfilm & @webistrying
Letterboxd: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Artwork by: @nasketchs
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Tracking Down Trials of Combat in 1978 We come to the conclusion that we wouldn't have survived 1978.
On the other hand we've come of age post 9/11, a recession and a global pandemic so 1978 had the simple amusements of Clint Eastwood and a monkey riding around in a truck; 1978 can go kick rocks. Enjoy!
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Every Which Way But Loose (1978) One host just doesn't understand the blue collar desire for Clint Eastwood and a monkey.
The simple pleasure of life.
The greatest film of 1978.
EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE.
Theme song included.
Enjoy!
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The Deer Hunter (1978) We open the episode with no faith in the human race and end up with a passionate discussion on the musical GREASE.
Somewhere in between we talk about possibly the first Academy Award Best Picture winner on TiT in Michal Cimino's THE DEER HUNTER. Giving it the proper respect it deserves. But that Rizzo, my goodness, that brings back awkward school memories...
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Five Deadly Venoms (1978) A correction is issued by one host for fear of being tracked down by a venomous social club.
Meanwhile the other host maintains his composure by doing what most white male film fans do when confronted with an international film he doesn't understand by citing a Tarantino movie that ripped it off.
(This may also just be yet another excuse for him to think of Uma Thurman.)
Regardless of the mistakes that we made much merriment was have by watching THE FIVE VENOMS or FIVE DEADLY VENOMS because we need as much SEO help as possible on this little podcast.
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Threesomes Can Be Awkward But Rewarding In which even a trilogy of threesomes isn't enough... what about a foursome?
Emotional and sexual rumbles!
Flashback to one host's love triangle!
Another host proudly playing the part of the pervert!
All of this and slightly more as we discuss the functions of threesomes in AS GOOD AS IT GETS, THE STATION AGENT and VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA.
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Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008) In which Rebecca Hall gets her revenge.
Maybe this was a little THE NIGHT HOUSE buzz talking (currently taking HBO Max by storm... probably) but after her appearance on our episode for THE TOWN last month she gets to enjoy the company of Scarlett Johannson, Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz. And also two time featured player this month on TiT, the great Patricia Clarkson!
(Notice how these show notes are not mentioning writer and director Woody Allen NOR how many times his films have been featured on this very podcast. We are so good.)
Join us for our most sporting episode yet as we discuss who makes our starting threesome and who rides the bench. It is TiTillating.
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The Station Agent (2003) A film so good that two DVD copies are needed just in case of divorce.
We continue the least sexy threesome trilogy by going with the quiet, contemplative and platonic Tom McCarthy film THE STATION AGENT. Peter Dinklage and Patricia Clarkson don't contribute much to Bobby Cannavale's one man show of dialogue... which would normally set off two guys whose friendship is based on talking at great length BUT NO MATTER! This film is CHARMING and more importantly is the classic Mr. McCarthy wishes SPOTLIGHT could be!
That's the closest thing to a hot take you will find on a podcast on THE STATION AGENT. Respond with your titillation at the links below:
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As Good As It Gets (1997) Jack plus any other two equals a good time.
Even if the character Mr. Nicholson is playing is racist, homophobic, sexist and any other cancellable offense. The thing is though... he was offensive in 1997! But he's Jack Nicholson! Which excuses a lot.
(Disclaimer: but not everything.)
Since we are not Jack we have to work a little harder to out-charm this classic from James L. Brooks WITHOUT using the cheat of an adorable dog and multiple grand gesture monologues. Although this being a movie podcast... there's already some monologuing. Charming!
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