User Romination replied with the answer. The website is called www.movie-censorship.com and it does exactly what I was looking for.
Credit to Romination for the help!
So I just recently watched Altman's "The Long Goodbye" the other day on Netflix streaming and was tremendously impressed by its off-kilter, non-traditionalist take on the classic Raymond Chandler novel of the same name. A brave script and stellar performances by Elliot Gould and Sterling Hayden have easily made it one of my new favorite films.
At the same time, I began to think a little about the film noir genre, its tropes, and whether or not it still plays outside of its original mid-twentieth century context. Certain recent films, most notably (to my mind) "L.A. Confidential," have proven that noir can still be a commercially and critically successful genre, but it seems to me that noir set in the present day must be at least a little self-reflexive in order to avoid feeling campy or archaic. Films like the "The Long Goodbye" or "Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang" very much fit this mold in that they acknowledge, and even revel in, the inherent clichés of film noir. As such, they don't take themselves as seriously as their forbearers and are somehow more accessible to modern audiences.
My question, if I haven’t already put you to sleep, is whether you prefer the traditional noir films of the 30s, 40s and 50s or the more recent "neo-noir," which has emerged since the 1970s.
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Hello whoever is on this episode and Matt Rorie! Rapid fire question time!
(They are actually dating apparently the picture is to ease the pain)
I was just wondering how you felt about "Heaven" in movies and how its handled. The recent Harry Potter film got me thinking about this and I have to say whenever I see it in a film it always bothers me. It just strikes me as absurdly silly the whole white lights and white clothes.
If you haven't answered this already through the course of the podcast, what was your favourite panel at comic-con?
Finally; how crazy is Ghost Rider: Spirit of vengeance gonna be?
(If you don't click all those links i'll be one disappointed Screenpup)
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