Podcast: Only Lovers Left Alive, Life Itself – Extra Film
This week on the InSession Film Podcast: Extra Film segment, we discuss the new film from Jim Jarmusch, Only Lovers Left Alive, starring Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as well as the new Roger Ebert documentary, Life Itself.
We had no guest this week but we had some great conversation over two films that are certainly worth seeing. Also, be sure to check out Episode 72 as we discuss the highly criticized Deliver Us From Evil and our Top 3 Scary Moments.
Anyway, we hope you have fun listening to this week’s Extra Film segment. Check out the show and let us know what you think in the comment section below. Hope you enjoy and thanks for listening!
– Only Lovers Left Alive Movie Review (3:10)
– Life Itself Movie Review (30:44)
Only Lovers Left Alive – SQURL
The Glass Ball – Bernard Hermann
The Return of the Eagle – Atli Örvarsson
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I really liked this movie, and one of my favorite things I liked was Mia Wasikowska’s character. She brought in a lot of humor to Adam and Eve’s repeative life and gave the movie a bit of a jolt. It did change the tone of the piece a little but I feel that it needed that. It’s always good to give the main characters an obstacle or challenge to face and she clearly fit that. The scenes with Mia and Tom arguing made me laugh a lot.
Yeah I agree Vern. I can see why some people may be thrown off by it because it it such a contrast but it felt fine to me and I agree, it sparked a little life into the story, which was fun. And how it makes Adam react afterwards was great to me. Mia played it pretty great too I think.