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Webcast #76 – 2013

Posted November 14, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

A skeleton staff covers the new version of Great Expectations, as well as the romantic comedy The Best Man Holiday, the Criterion DVD set Three by Rossellini, and then have a wide ranging discussion of movies that blend live action and animation.


Webcast #75 – 2013

Posted November 8, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

This week a full complement of the reviewers discuss the controversial sci-fi war film Ender’s Game,  The Motel Life, Computer Chess, and – with the help of Marvel comics expert Jordan Lewis, of All Classical FM – Thor: The Dark World.


Webcast #72 – 2013

Posted October 4, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

The team spends a great portion of the show discussing Gravity, the new outer space adventure, with some remarks also on new films such as C.O.G., the gross-out comedy Bad Milo, and Informant, a documentary about an environmentalist turned government snitch.


Webcast #71 – 2013

Posted September 27, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

A mere trio of reviews take on the race car movie Rush, the porn addition rom-com Don Jon, the adult rom-com Enough Said, with James Gandolphni’s last role, the sniper docu-drama Blue Caprice, and the Robert Reich documentary Inequality for All.


Webcast #70 – 2013

Posted September 24, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

The full team gathers this week to dissect PRISONERS, THANKS FOR SHARING, the Francois Mauriac adaptation THERESE,STORM SURFERS 3-D, and the festival of thrillers NOIR CITY, with Eddie Muller.


Webcast #69 – 2013

Posted September 12, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

The full quartet of voices  takes on the films THE ACT OF KILLING, SHORT TERM 12 (both a big “thumbs up”), along with RIDDICK and several “rep house” revivals!            


Webcast #67 – 2013

Posted September 1, 2013 by Ed Goldberg

Ed and Mona vigorishly debate the new sex drama ADORE, and then with DK anticipate some of the best sounding fall films, including GRAVITY and BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR.


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