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Fallen Arches

Posted March 31, 2013 by D. K. Holm

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  What justifies the continued existence of Gerard Butler on our screens? He has made some 50 films, and the only a couple of them have cracked $100 million, one of them using only his voice (How To Train Your Dragon), the other one in which he is barely distinguishable from the numerous other men […]


Webcast #46 – 2013

Posted March 24, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

Our Panavision Partiers celebrate Spring Breakers, and also look at The We and the I, Olympus Has Fallen, On the Road, Admission, and The Croods.


Webcast #45 – 2013

Posted March 18, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

This week’s films include Stoker, The Gatekeepers, a Barbara Stanwyck retrospective, and Like Someone in Love.


Webcast #44 – 2013

Posted March 8, 2013 by D. K. Holm

Ed and Mona discuss West of Memphis, Oz The Great and Powerful, and Polanski’s Tess.


Webcast #43 – 2013

Posted March 1, 2013 by D. K. Holm

Mona, Ed, and Marc discuss the Oscars, Jack the Giant Slayer, Fourplay, and Lore.


Webcast #42 – 2013

Posted February 27, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

The reviewers consider the Portland, Oregon, documentary Alien Boy, as well as some of the entries in the Portland International Film Festival, and other fare, including Happy People, Snitch, Bless Me Ultima, and even an Oscar preview.


Webcast #41 – 2013

Posted February 15, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

Marc and Mona discuss Beautiful Creatures, Masquerade, and A Glimpse inside the Mind of Charles Swan III.


Webcast #40 – 2013

Posted February 7, 2013 by D. K. Holm

The KQAC “Mild Bunch” view Identity Thief, Warm Bodies, and Blancanieves


Webcast #39 – 2013

Posted January 26, 2013 by D. K. Holm

The happy band of reviewers take a look at The Comedy, Mama, Amour, and The Last Stand.


Too Little Information

Posted January 25, 2013 by D. K. Holm

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Filling out the slowly expanding filmography of Alfred Hitchcock, the Criterion Collection has issue Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much. Though out of copyright, and with numerous platters of the film from a myriad of publishers, the CC version is unlikely to be beat by any others for audio and visual clarity, not to […]


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