CASABLANCA is one of the most enduring and beloved films of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Three-quarters of a century after its 1942 release, its famous lines, songs and faces have retained their power. But what does the film itself have to offer 21st-century audiences? (Spoiler: quite a lot actually.) In honor of its 75th anniversary, Adam, guest host Michael Phillips and film professior Katharine Fusco revisit the WWII-era classic with a Sacred Cow review. Plus, Michael mocks and then kinda sorta recommends Terrence Malick's "Song to Song," and the Filmspotting Madness Final Four is revealed.
0:00-2:01 - Billboard 2:01-42:32 - Sacred Cow: "Casablanca" Dooley Wilson, "As Time Goes By" 43:58-51:15 - MP Review: "Song to Song" 51:15-1:11:26 - Filmspotting Madness 1:11:26-1:16:57 - Close / Outtake
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