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Webcast #160 – 2015

Posted October 15, 2015 by D. K. Holm

Some of this week's movies

Among the film discussed by the quartet are Crimson Peak, the new Guillermo del Toro gothic, Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead, a history of National Lampoon magazine, Beasts of No Nation, about child soldiers in Africa, Steve Jobs, the latest film about the computer developer, Voyagers Without Trace, about an historic kayak expedition, and much more.  … More


Webcast #159 – 2015

Posted October 2, 2015 by D. K. Holm

This week, the team welcomes back Ed with reviews of the The Martian, Sicario, The Walk, Coming Home, Goodnight Mommy, Finders Keepers, We Come as Friends, and mentions of the Portland Queer Film Festival, and the Lovecraft Film Festival.


Webcast #158 – 2015

Posted September 25, 2015 by D. K. Holm

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This week the three-legged team offers critiques of Time Out of Mind, with Richard Gere as a homeless man; Meet the Patels, a documentary about a nutty family;  Wildlike, an indie journey tale; and Stonewall, about the birth of the gay rights movement.


Webcast #157 – 2015

Posted September 18, 2015 by D. K. Holm

Movies discussed in episode 157

This week there is a diversity of opinion over Black Mass, about Boston criminal James Bulger, the unnecessary Everest, Lily Tomlin in Grandma, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, the latest YA adaptation, the romantic comedy Sleeping with Other People, the documentary The Man Who Saved the World, and Home from Home, the prequel to Heimat.  


Webcast #156 – 2015

Posted September 11, 2015 by D. K. Holm

Movies under review for show no. 156

This week the team takes a look at The Visit, 7 Chinese Brothers, The Second Mother, Blind, and  Hockney.


Webcast #155 – 2015

Posted September 4, 2015 by D. K. Holm

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This week the full complement discuss A Walk in the Woods, based on the Bill Bryson book, the indie New-Yorker-getting-divorced tale Learning to D rive, and the documentaries Meru, about mountain climbing, and Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine.   


Webcast #154 – 2015

Posted August 28, 2015 by Ed Goldberg

This week's movies, and a few from next week.

Several indie and minor Hollywood releases this week, as the staff look at No Escape, the thriller set in Thailand; Digging for Fire, from mumblechoirist Joe Swanberg; the end of the world drama Z for Zachariah and the post-apocalyptic Turbo Kid; and the musical We Are Your Friends.  


Webcast #153 – 2015

Posted August 21, 2015 by D. K. Holm

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In this week’s quorum, the team looks at The Look of Silence, a sequel or companion to The Act of Killing; the new action slacker comedy, American Ultra, with Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart; Diary of a Teenage Girl, based on Phoebe Gloeckner’s illustrated novel; Kahil Gibran’s The Prophet, animated by multiple cartoonists, including  Joan… More


Webcast #152 – 2015

Posted August 14, 2015 by Ed Goldberg

Posters No 152

This week’s films consist of The Man from U.N.C.L.E, with Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer trying to fill the Guccis of Solo and Ilya; the music biopic Straight Outta Compton, about the group NWA; the much derided comic book adaptation Fantastic Four; three thrillers: Tom at the Farm, by Quebec wunderkinder Xavier Dolan; Cop Car with Kevin Bacon; and Phoenix, German director Christian Petzold’s… More


A Third Way of Thinking About Movies

Posted August 11, 2015 by D. K. Holm

Cineaction cover story on Marnie

When the BBC released the results of its poll of an unknown number of international critics about their favorite American movies, Alfred Hitchcock made the list five times – for Psycho, North by Northwest, Vertigo, Notorious … and Marnie (at number 47). This placement sparked the usual groaning. Why Marnie and not Rear Window? Of… More


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