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Podcast: The Playlist Talks '12 Years A Slave', Wes Anderson's 'Grand Budapest Hotel,' Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' & More

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by Erik McClanahan
October 22, 2013 3:08 PM
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On this latest episode, host and editor Erik McClanahan is joined by Editor-In-Chief Rodrigo Perez, Managing Editor Kevin Jagernauth and contributor Cory Everett for an overarching theme looking at some modern day auteurs. There's Wes Anderson and the trailer for his latest, "The Grand Budapest Hotel"; the controversy surrounding Darren Aronofsky's "Noah"; whether or not Steve McQueen has made another endurance test with his "12 Years a Slave"; and Kimberly Peirce's remake of "Carrie." 

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6 Comments

  • Drew | November 2, 2013 4:58 PMReply

    I'm really surprised nobody mentioned the aspect ratio shift in the new trailer when they were talking about how Wes Anderson takes you out of a movie with his style. The "yeah dude we get it" do you really get slavery? I'm not really sure you can until you have lived it and you never will so you will never get it. You feel like he is holding your face in shit but you think it's an important movie for humans to see? The most important movie you need to see about slavery brought to you by Fox Studios am I the only one who has a problem with that?

  • Correction on Tom Waits | November 2, 2013 2:52 AMReply

    Really, the hip-hop influenced "Real Gone" sounds like "Rain Dogs"? The folk rooted "Mule Variations" sounds like "Rain Dogs"? Tom Waits is one of the few music artists that has, at his age, managed to remain fresh and try new things. Yes, he usually has a spoken word track or two, a ballad or two, but many of his albums have a distinctive sound. Even"Frank's Wild Years" sounds very different, released only two years after "Rain Dogs".

  • Jack | October 22, 2013 7:01 PMReply

    SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!!!
    The third-act of NOAH, and really throughout the whole film, didn't really portray him as nice as people probably expected. I didn't even know at one point who I was supposed to be rooting for. Haha. That must be the "controversial" part.

  • Jack | October 22, 2013 6:54 PMReply

    Whoa! American Horror Story is torture porn! 12 Years a Slave is disturbing and terrifying. NOAH is flat-out Superb! But I didn't view it like Passion. It was just an epic, epic film.

  • James | October 22, 2013 3:41 PMReply

    What film does Rodrigo reference at 15:05 as Andersonesque? The sound gets muffled just as he's naming it....sounds like "Sarah Ceremony" (?)

  • cory everett | October 22, 2013 4:12 PM

    He's talking about Max Winkler's "Ceremony."

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