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After spending the 1980s making provocative dramedies with Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, Antonio Banderas made the leap to Hollywood in the 1990s. And the film that really solidified his status as an American leading man is Robert Rodriguez's 199... more
Before Antonio Banderas was a Hollywood icon, he was an early muse for Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar. And this week, Ned and Caroline look at all five of their 1980s collaborations, anchored by Antonio's sexy/scary turn as a kidnapper in 1989's Ti... more
Don your masks and saddle your horses, it's time to tackle the classic (and maybe unfairly forgotten) 1990s swashbuckling adventure, The Mask of Zorro! This week, Ned and Caroline kick off their brand new Antonio Banderas series with arguably his mos... more
Discovered as a long time fan of Caroline’s When Romance Met Comedy series, and this is more than scratching the itch I’ve felt with that column ending. Ned and Caroline clearly know and love movies and it’s been very fun to catch up with the backlog
A breath of fresh air, you guys discuss the movies I love! Thanks so much. I would love to hear you discuss Ethan Hawke: Linklater movies and also Juliette, Naked and Maggie’s Plan. Thanks so much!!
Great podcast for film fans. Caroline and Ned’s discussions are always smart and insightful. They both take an obvious interest and delight in hearing what the other one thinks of whichever movie they’re discussing, and it makes this podcast such an enjoyable listen.
I am fully obsessed, and I’m only 1.5 episodes in. Didn’t realize how much I missed hearing people who love movies talk about movies until this show came out! A great balance of research/history and opinion. Am now an American Psycho stan, and I haven’t even seen the film. Caroline + Ned rock!
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Role Calling launched a year ago and published 38 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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