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See You In Five

See You In Five is a weekly film review show with a cultural/historical bent. Every week we review a film released exactly five years ago, continuing our discussion beyond the film itself and onto the pop-cultural trends that both preceded and followed it.
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Now displaying: April, 2015
Apr 24, 2015

In this episode Nic & Miles revisit DisneyNature's Oceans, from directors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud, and narrated by Pierce Brosnan. We elaborate on last week's discussion of the documentary form and reflect on DisneyNature's output of recent years, in addition to an in-depth review of the film itself.

Music for this episode:

"Under The Sea" by Alan Menken & Howard Ashman, sung by Samuel E. Wright

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Apr 17, 2015

In this episode Miles & Nic revisit street artist Banksy's directorial debut, a documentary about the burgeoning graffiti/street art scene and a strange individual named Thierry, featuring Shepard Fairey, Invader, Rhys Ifans and Thierry Guetta. We discuss the legality of graffiti, the line between art and commerce, and the non-reality of the documentary form in addition to an in-depth review of the film itself.

Music for this episode:

"Out For Fame" by KRS-One

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Apr 10, 2015

In this episode Nic & Miles revisit Shawn Levy's mistaken identity relationship comedy Date Night, starring Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Taraji P. Henson and William Fichtner. We discuss tonal consistency, improvisational comedy, and the subtleties of facial performance in addition to an in-depth review of the film itself.

Music for this episode:

"I Forgot To Be Your Lover" by The Revelations feat. Tre' Williams

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Apr 3, 2015

In this episode Nic & Miles revisit Louis Leterrier's fantasy action remake Clash of the Titans, starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes. We discuss what constitutes a good action sequence, whether or not it's possible to impart a modern audience with a sense of awe while watching a movie, and Sam Worthington's career.

 

Music for this episode:

"In the Wake of Poseidon," by King Crimson.

 

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