We’re giving one more week before returning to Spoilercast movie discussions, but can announce that the first movie we’ll be watching is the 1976 gangster film Mikey and Nicky. In previewing the film (spoiler-free), we detour into the deep well of movies streaming on the Criterion Channel. We also talk about great films about San Francisco, what we keep on our bookshelves, and the struggle to stay productive at home.

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23 COMMENTS

  1. Just watched 'Mikey and Nicky.' This film was truly ahead of its time. Only the most cutting edge filmmakers today are even starting to unpack the issues raised by Elaine May in this movie. The writer/director of this masterpiece needs much better recognition of her pioneering contribution to the American independent film movement of the 70s.

  2. 8:20 The two titles I can see clearly are Mad Science and Aliens. You sure you didn't put any thought into that Adam? LOL.

  3. Hi there, quite a while ago you were talking about maybe reading and discussing the Book series „Kingkiller Chronicles“ on the podcast. I would love to hear all your thought about those books. Also with the current Situation you should have some time and its a great Book to forget the World for a while. 🙂
    Since you'll probably not read every comment I decided to go for Cato the Elders Tactic (who ended all his speeches with „Ceterum censeo or Ceterum autem censeo Carthaginem esse delendam“ (English: "Furthermore, I consider that Carthage must be destroyed")) and adding „Furthermore, I consider you all should read the Kingkiller Chronicles and Discuss it on the Podcast“ to every post from now on.

    And I highly encourage everyone else to do so, too. 😉

  4. Know a lawyer who bought a volume of casebooks for… a lot of money just months before they went online. He's only ever used as very expensive set decoration for client interviews and tv appearances

  5. Movies in SF…Dirty Harry!! Gotta be “Dirty Harry”…”you’ve gotta ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do you, punk?”

  6. https://twitter.com/BCredibility Bookcase Credibility! Seems to be British/UK based. Live since April 20th, and 28 tweets so far!

  7. About 6 months ago I donated 8 boxes of books to the Friends of the Library. I'm proud to say that as I was dropping off the boxes I only retrieved 8 books which I just couldn't part with.

    Giving up books is so difficult.

  8. Another San Fransisco movie is Sneakers, Robert Redford, Sydney Poitier, Dan Akroyd, River Phoenix, Mary McDonnel, Sir Ben Kingsley

  9. If you need a great show to watch, the mini-series "Upright" with and mostly by, Tim Minchin is absolutely amazing…..

  10. Sitting on my DVD/Blu-ray shelf are the following Criterion Collection films: Gojira/Godzilla (1954), Jean-Luc Godard's Band of Outsiders, Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator, The Princess Bride, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Fritz Lang's M, Equinox, and Jackie Chan's Police Story I and II. I hope to add the recently announced Bruce Lee collection. I also need to pick up Lone Wolf and Cub sometime.

  11. Eddie Brock lived in the attic of Peter's apartment above Christopher's Books. a couple of nice interior shots were included in the film.

  12. Wrong Adam, it was his third film after TARGETS and Last Picture Show, and it's a completely lame effort from the xerox director.

  13. Little neighborhood libraries? It's a national organization! Plans, maps, actual library boxes (but of course you'd make your own): https://littlefreelibrary.org/

  14. Please buy real books when I was in college I watched the library go from real books to everything put onto computers and just a tiny shelf of actual physical books left for reference..

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