Filmspotting: Reviews & Top 5s
#772: Never Rarely Sometimes Always / Nolan #2 - Memento / Madness Champion
Eliza Hittman's second feature, "Beach Rats," got the director some attention in 2017, but her latest - NEVER RARELY SOMETIMES ALWAYS - came out of Sundance this year as one of the fest's most celebrated titles. In their review, Adam and Josh talk about the movie's patience and attention to detail along with the subtle brilliance of star Sidney Flanigan's performance. Christopher Nolan's breakout film was also a Sundance hit. 2001's MEMENTO, the director's second feature, went on to become a box office success and an Oscar nominee. Continuing their Nolan "Oeuvre-view," Adam and Josh revisit the film that put the director on the map and find it just as surprising and astonishing as they did almost 20 years ago. Plus, the winner of this year's Filmspotting Madness: Best of the 2010s.
0:00 - Billboard
1:33 - Review: "Never Rarely Sometimes Always"
Waxahatchee, "Can't Do Much"
30:40 - Next Week / Notes
35:22 - Filmspotting Madness: Champion
50:31 - Patreon / New Poll
1:02:12 - Nolan "Oeuvre-view" #2: "Memento"
1:41:21 - Outro
1:42:57 - "Never Rarely..." Spoilers
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