Really enjoyed this episode. Somehow I still haven't seen Training Day, but hearing so much about it on this episode made me want to, along with He Got Game and Malcolm X. One Denzel movie I really love that didn't get mentioned is Cry Freedom, Richard Attenborough's 1987 movie about Stephen Biko and Donald Woods. Has anyone else seen this one? I don't usually like bio pics but I thought it was really good. I also had a chance to watch the 2 Bunuel movies. I think Adam and Josh took the conversation as far it could go as far as figuring out what these movies mean, or what they could mean. I was really curious about Dali's involvement with the movies. How much of the surrealism was from Dali, and how much from Bunuel? I know Dali also helped Hitchcock design the dream sequence in Spellbound, and I wonder how much of how dream sequences are now filmed come from Dali's work. These 2 Bunuel movies seem to me to be (possibly) rooted in psychoanalysis. The strange pairings of images in Un Chien Andalou resist interpretation, according to Bunuel, while the dream sequence in Spellbound can be interpreted, and it's the dream's interpretation via psychoanalysis that leads to the film's resolution.