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  • Pastoral: To Die in the Country

    Pastoral: To Die in the Country

    ★★½

    Click here to listen to the Letterboxd 250 Podcast, where the CineLads make their way through Letterboxd’s Top 250 Narrative Films List. Watch along with us! 

    Ep 9 | 241/250 | Pastoral: To Die In The Country | EPISODE HERE
    Kyle: 1.5 | Sharik: 3 | Simon: 2

    Shuji Terayama’s Pastoral: To Die In The Country is unfortunately a mixed bag. The film is filled with some very interesting ideas and concepts and many of them are explored in fascinating…

  • The Best Years of Our Lives

    The Best Years of Our Lives

    ★★★

    Click here to listen to the Letterboxd 250 Podcast, where the CineLads make their way through Letterboxd’s Top 250 Narrative Films List. Watch along with us! 

    Ep 8 | 242/250 | The Best Years Of Our Lives | EPISODE HERE
    Kyle: 3 | Sharik: 3 | Simon: 3

    William Wyler’s 1946 film The Best Years Of Our Lives is a touching and emotional tale of 3 soldiers returning home from World War 2. Considering the climate it was released in,…

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  • Heat

    Heat

    ★★★★½

    Click here to listen to the Letterboxd 250 Podcast, where the CineLads make their way through Letterboxd’s Top 250 Narrative Films List. Watch along with us! On this episode we’re joined by the director of Pilots & one half of the Karstcast, Jeffrey Borislow!

    Ep 6 | 244/250 | Heat | EPISODE HERE
    Kyle: 4 | Sharik: 5
    Simon: 5 | Jeffrey Borislow (Special Guest): 4

    Michael Mann’s 1995 classic Heat, is a expertly crafted crime/heist masterpiece. Functioning as a slow burning…

  • Some Like It Hot

    Some Like It Hot

    ★★★

    Click here to listen to the Letterboxd 250 Podcast, where the CineLads make their way through Letterboxd’s Top 250 Narrative Films List. Watch along with us! 

    Ep 7 | 243/250 | Some Like It Hot | EPISODE HERE
    Kyle: 3.5 | Sharik: 3.5 | Simon: 1.5

    There’s no denying that parts of 1959’s Some Like It Hot haven’t aged well and could easily offend modern audiences but if you’re able to put those issues aside, Billy Wilder’s classic comedy is…