In the 1980s and '90s, Oliver Stone was one of the most vital and high-profile directors working in Hollywood. Platoon, JFK, Natural Born Killers and more collected awards - or controversy - but were never ignored. It’s been a while since Stone has demanded that kind of attention, but a new book about Stone by critic Matt Zoller Seitz aims to revive his reputation. This week, Seitz shares his Top 5 Oliver Stone Scenes. Plus, Adam and Josh give Stone’s '89 Oscar-winner BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY the Sacred Cow treatment and review Stone's latest, SNOWDEN.
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0:00-1:27 - Billboard
1:27-37:13 - Sacred Cow: "Born on the Fourth..."
Dawes, "Picture of a Man"
38:39-48:55 - Notes / Massacre Theatre
48:55-1:00:02 - Review: "Snowden"
Dawes, "For No Good Reason"
1:01:21-1:47:53 - Top 5: Oliver Stone Scenes
1:47:53-1:50:31 - Close / Outtake
- Massacre Theatre Winner: Katharine Oakes, Yardville, NJ
- Josh's review of "Born on the Fourth of July"
- Josh's review of "Snowden"
- Chicago Podcast Festival
- Matt Zoller Seitz
- The Oliver Stone Experience