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September 21, 2017

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Webcast #250 – 2017

Posted September 15, 2017 by D. K. Holm

This week, a set of good films. In Search of Fellini a light coming-of-age dramady from the voice of Bart Simpson, The Unknown Girl, the latest film from Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, about a young doctor (Adèle Haenel) who tries to solve murder, and California Typewriter, about a store that repairs relics, plus DVDs of… More


Code Blue: Andrew Sarris, September 12, 1977

Posted by D. K. Holm

              One of the interesting things about “Films in Focus” is that from week to week the reader never knew what Sarris was going to cover. It might be CE3K, it might be three French films for adults, or it might be a tennis match. In his column for… More


On Your Marx: Andrew Sarris, September 5, 1977

Posted September 11, 2017 by D. K. Holm

            Two weeks into my project and I’m already behind. This week, I’ll post two column reviews. For September 5, 1977, Sarris issued one of his patented reflective obituaries. A lot of prominent people died in 1977, including Joan Crawford, Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, and Henri-Georges Clouzot, and it seemed… More


Webcast #249 – 2017

Posted September 8, 2017 by D. K. Holm

Posters for It and Rememory

The team Ed, Mona, Jordan, and DKH, plus a new member Hallie, tackles the Stephen King adaptation It, the drama-mystery-science-fiction film Rememory with Peter Dinklage, gets caught up with Soderbergh’s heist comedy Logan Lucky and Patty Cake$, along with the documentary Bight of the Twin and the Thailand panorama, By the Time It Gets Dark…. More


Webcast #248 – 2017

Posted September 1, 2017 by D. K. Holm

Movie posters: Lemon, Lifeforce, Unlocked

This week the crew looks at the spy thriller Unlocked, the Netflix anime-adaptation Death Note, the modern civil war drama, Bushwick, and the comedy I Do…Until I Don’t, among other titles, with a fond farewell to Tobe Hooper at the end. Corrections and clarifications: Tobe Hooper’s TV adaptation of Salem’s Lot is from 1979; Thunderheart is… More


Shots and Murmurs: Andrew Sarris, 29 August, 1977

Posted August 29, 2017 by D. K. Holm

Having dealt with the coincidence of two Legionnaire films appearing at the same time,[1] the following week in the Village Voice, Andrew Sarris is back to the grind of seemingly random films openings. Yet the three films he dealt with for the August 29 issue do have a common currency: sex.        … More


Webcast #247 – 2017

Posted August 25, 2017 by D. K. Holm

Posters: Ingrid Goes West and Dave Made a Maze

Among the films covered in this week’s podcast are: The Trip to Spain, the third food comedy in the series with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon; Manasche, a drama about Hasidic life; Lemon, a somber comedy about Jewish life; Ingrid Goes West, the latest Aubrey Plaza vehicle, What Happened to Monday?, a Netflix SF movie… More


Sands of Time: Andrew Sarris on the movies of August 22, 1977

Posted August 22, 2017 by D. K. Holm

      Let’s begin mid-stream. About three weeks ago I was writing a review, for the Montana paper where I have a column, of two mini-series from Amazon focused on F. Scott Fitzgerald. One was a fantasia about Zelda and her life in his shadow, with a shady portrayal of the writer himself, based… More


Webcast #246 – 2017

Posted August 18, 2017 by D. K. Holm

Cutter's Way and FromThe Land Of The Moon

None of the big openings this Friday (such as Logan Lucky), but a lot of fine films anyway on the podcast, beginning with Marion Cotillard in From the Land of the Moon, then: a prison film called Shot Caller, with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau on a brief vacation from GofT; The Women’s Balcony from Israel; Fading Landscapes:… More


Webcast #245 – 2017

Posted August 11, 2017 by D. K. Holm

Movie posters for the American version of Gojira, and the Montana film The Triangle.

This week, our quartet is most enthusiastic over The Triangle, the Montana-set film that should be seen without advance knowledge of the plot. Also on the list are: the documentary Whose Streets?; Topophilia, a portrait of the Trans-Alaska pipeline; a restored Monterey Pop; revival of the still timely Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956); and on… More


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