Podcast: Midnight Special, Colonia – Extra Film
This week on the InSession Film Podcast: Extra Film segment, we discuss one of our most anticipated films of the year in Jeff Nichols’ latest, Midnight Special. We also review Colonia, starring Daniel Bruhl and Emma Watson.
We’ve had some great discussions on the show before but our review of Midnight Special is up there as one of the best. We are really proud of this one and we hope that you walk away as satisfied as we were. Also, don’t miss our review of Take Shelter on last week’s Extra Film, as we led up to our conversation of Midnight Special this week.
Anyway, have fun listening to this week’s Extra Film segment and let us know what you think in the comment section below. Hope you enjoy and thanks for listening!
– Midnight Special Movie Review (6:22)
– Colonia Movie Review (43:41)
Midnight Special – David Wingo
Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) – Janis Joplin
The Return of the Eagle – Atli Örvarsson
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Midnight Special, Colonia – Extra Film
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After hearing the review for Colonia. I’d say a better film about the events that occurred in Chile would be Costa Gavras’s Missing with Jack Lemon and Sissy Spacek. It’s in Criterion, so I’d say take a watch and see what you think about it.
Will do, thanks for the recommendation!