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What are the The Best 1980s & 1990s Movies? Do you find yourself asking if the movies we loved while growing up were really that good? Have you caught yourself thinking, “why don’t make movies like they use to?” Can you still remember spending your Friday Nights searching for the perfect movie rental at Blockbuster Video? Do you know what Blockbuster Video is? If you answered yes, then this is the podcast for you! Website: http://shatthemovies.com/the-best-80s-90s-movies/ Email: hosts@shatth ...
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Film reviews and movie trailers of the best cinema, as well as a stunning podcast with film critics providing film reviews and banter. Alongside some of the biggest releases, as also cover indie film reviews, short film reviews and more. Our genre specific shows include The Fantom Zone - covering all your superhero film reviews, The Scream Test - horror film reviews, New Releases, and Gay, Actually - our LGBTQ+ film reviews. The UK Film Review Podcast also has periodic interview specials, as ...
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The Movie Newbie - A Film Review Podcast
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The Movie Newbie - A Film Review Podcast

Jabriel AlSuhaimi, Oliver Mangham, Raphael Lecat

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A film review podcast where two movie "experts" discuss film, old and new, with a "newbie" that has no idea what he's talking about. In every episode, the experts give the newbie a film to watch, then they talk about it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Several years ago 4 self confessed movie fanatics ruined their favourite pastime by having children. Now we are telling the world about the movies we missed and the frequently awful kids tv we are now subjected to. We like to think we're funny. Come and argue with us on the social medias. Twitter: @dads_film Facebook: BadDadsFilmReview Instagram: instagram.com/baddadsjsy www.baddadsfilm.com
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The Pestle: In-depth Movie Talk, No Fluff | Film Review | Spoilers
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The Pestle: In-depth Movie Talk, No Fluff | Film Review | Spoilers

Wes Evans: Actor, Filmmaker, Director, Writer; Todd Sapio: Actor, Producer, Musician, Athlete

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Cinema lovers unite! Two actors and filmmakers decided to cut through all the fluff and start a movie podcast where they actually discuss the film and not a million other things you don’t care about. Covering the obvious (did you like the movie?) while diving a little deeper (what is Interstellar really about? is there a bootstrap paradox?) we are having an in-depth conversation about movies and see if they hold up to scrutiny, and maybe even inform us about life or moviemaking itself. Becau ...
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The Midnight Film Review is the official movie podcast of the Kult of Pop. Brian and Drew provide in-depth reviews and breakdowns of all your favorite films new and old. If you enjoy our film reviews please let us know by dropping a 5-star review and email the podcast at Kultofpop@gmail.com. Please remember to check out Kultofpop.com for all of our other podcasts. Consider joining our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kultofpop
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Every week the Flixwatcher crew team up with other podcasters to talk about what to watch on Netflix! Flixwatcher is hosted by Helen Sadler and Kobi Omenaka. Every episode discusses and rates a film from Netflix as chosen by special guests from other podcasts using our unique Flixwatcher scoring system. We tackle classic films including Woody Allen's "Manhattan" and "Pulp Fiction" , Netflix Originals such as "Amanda Knox" and "Beasts of No Nation" through to bargain bin b-movies such as Shar ...
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Join Cam, friends and the crew from the WesWes Network as they look back on a time where film brought meaning to their childhood, a time where movies were re-watchable, the time of the 80s Action Movie and 90s Drama. They review such movies with each episode bringing you insight and breakdown of scenes, quotes and other categories into the old classics that shaped our generation. If we didnt watch it ten times or more...it doesnt qualify.
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In each episode of The PrePost Film Review hosts Jon Asquith and Matt Stephenson discuss a film over two distinct periods. First - brief, spoiler free impressions of a trailer upon its release. Followed by a spoiler-filled review recorded months later once the film hits cinemas. A thoughtful and occasionally funny look at how trailers represent films.
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Underground Film Review
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Underground Film Review

Underground Film Review

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Hey ladies and gents! I'm a filmmaker/laborer in NYC and I do a podcast with my brother (and sometimes alone). I have a website www.podcastfilmreview.com. If you go, you'll love it. I promise. We do top ten lists, with a movie review, our favorite movie news article from the past week and a DVD you HAVE to watch. Our show is free (obvy) and the music we use is from a talented musican Mechmario77. Look him up. He's crazy good.
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Craig Fields and David Long venture to the cinema to watch and review almost all the films being played.They bring you all the latest with the Oscars & Awards season, from BAFTA to SAG, plus the latest film reviews, news and general chat about the world of cinema and Hollywood.They then let you know what movies are worth it both from the cinema and from streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, MUBI, Disney +, Apple TV + and more.So if you love films, why not give this movie re ...
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#TFRPodcastLive is The Review of Film, how Music and Culture play in the making of Movies, and what Messages in movies say about the Societal Politic of that day and time. Live Streaming Sundays, Live From Las Vegas, Nevada, The Husband and Wife Team, Crazy Dee and Tracey-- take you through a critical breakdown of the latest movies and classics, to better give reviews, which save you revenue at the box office. #tfrapproved
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Welcome to Off Script, The Home of Bold Cinema! This weekly podcast features film news, in-depth reviews, and other colorful segments that delve into the culture, technology, and business of modern cinema. Join your hosts Dr. Andy Draper and Zach Lewis as they review, rant, and assess the cinema landscape of both yesterday and today. Subscribe Today!
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Welcome to In The Frame! We love films and we are the opinion nobody asked for. We release new episodes every Friday from newly released films to off the shelf classics. Each week we'll be giving our opinion on the film, talking about all the technical aspects along with the story and of course having a laugh while we do it. Please go to our youtube channel and leave comments saying which films you would like us to talk about. We hope you enjoy listening to them as much as we enjoy making th ...
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Welcome to Film Haven Reviews!! I'm your host Sawyer and I've been writing film reviews for the last 4 years and have finally decided to turn these reviews into a podcast! On this show I give my first impressions of the films I watch, new and old, catergorized in themes of three (Example: Trucker Movies, WWI movies), and then I rate them from 1-10. Feel free to subscribe if you like the show and if you want to read all my written reviews follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/film ...
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Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Box Office Pulp. A podcast that plumbs the depths of cinematic pop culture; analyzing, dissecting, and sometimes even commentating, our favorite films. Sure, we make robot dick jokes, but we also way over-think themes and subtext, too!
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Here’s a little story about a trio of janitors. Might have heard they worked at a well-known film school. They picked up a few things other than trash. They might hate your movie, or if drunk think it’s cool. Every now and then they get together for a lunch break. Trash talk some movie, or TV, or streaming. Rodney and Jason and Sean – they all clean halls. If you listen close you can hear kids screaming: Film School Janitors! 2019 Music from YouTube Audio Library [Aka YAL] 2019 Music provide ...
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Twice a week Kinda Funny reviews, ranks, and recaps every movie in the biggest franchises including Marvel Studios, DC, Star Wars, Pixar, Harry Potter, Fast and Furious, Mission Impossible, Batman, Spider-Man, X-Men, Disney, Lord of the Rings, Godzilla, Indiana Jones, MCU, Edgar Wright, Christopher Nolan, and more! Watch the free video version at YouTube.com/KindaFunny
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Welcome to The Curb. A show that's all about Australian culture, film reviews, interviews, and a whole lot more... Here, you'll find discussions with Australian creatives about their work and their role in Australian culture. To find out more about what this podcast and website is about, head over to this post. Support The Curb on Patreon, and make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Get in contact with us via our email.
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Wie drei Nebelhörner auf stürmischer See weisen euch unsere Podcaster durch das Meer der Unterhaltung in die sicheren Häfen des Eskapismus. Es erwarten euch die volle Schiffsladung Reviews und Analysen zu Filmen, Serien, Kurzfilmen und Videospielen. Kein Seemannsgarn, nur starke Meinungen.
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Dick Ebert wonders why Damon Wayans wasn't in more movies after filming "Major Payne." Gene Lyons wonders why Damon Wayans was in any more movies after filming "Major Payne." This 1995 comedy featuring the musical stylings of 2 Live Crew and star power of Michael Ironside and Bam Bam Bigelow had us asking what was wrong with Major Payne's romantic …
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Rosie Wilby (The Breakup Monologues podcast) and Sasha Bates (Shrink the Box podcast) return to Flixwatcher to review Rosie’s choice Marriage Story. Marriage Story (2019) is an American drama film written and directed by Noah Baumbach. It stars Scarlett Johansson as Nicole and Adam Driver as Charlie, a married couple brought together by their creat…
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Welcome back to another roaring episode of Bad Dads Film Review, where the stakes are high and the dinosaurs are... well, life-sized! Alright Dads, we're hopping in the time machine today, not to the era of neon shirts or cassette tapes, but much, much further. We're going to an island where the impossible becomes possible: the magical, the mythica…
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We concur with Denzel Washington’s “Crimson Tide” and discuss: Cinematography, dutch angles for dramatic effect and for the setting; Story & Writing, betrayals, conversations about horses, command, duty, and doing what’s right; Performances, Music by Hans Zimmer, Random Crimson Tide facts; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “It is even bett…
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Are we truly entering the next era of beautiful animation? Not counting all the gross booger-y mutant-y things...The Film School Janitors watched TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: MUTANT MAYHEM and this is their review!Film School Janitors
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Bonus episodes at Patreon.com/HollywoodHogwash This week, we review Avengers: Infinity War! We also talk about the latest news and rumors in Hollywood! Please subscribe and leave a 5-Star Review! Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook! @HollywoodHogPod Avengers: Infinity War - 26:02 (ads dynamically inserted w…
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This episode of Kinda Funny In Review we rank, review, and recap the 2006 movie Saw III. Follow Alfredo at http://www.twitter.com/AlfredoPlays Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesKinda Funny
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This week join Chris, Ian and Symone as they review the latest offering from the DCU, Blue Beetle and how it compares not only to other films in the DC canon but its place in the current superhero movie climate as a whole.We also ponder several important questions such as has superhero fatigue finally set in? What makes a good superhero film? Shoul…
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In Soviet Russia, Movie spoils you! Join us this week as we discuss the 1966 Soviet film "Watch Out for the Automobile!" a.k.a. "Beware of the Car!". http://www.KeystoneFilmReview.comInstagram: @Keystone_Film_ReviewFacebook: Keystone Film ReviewMike's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/mikekfr Glen's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/glenkfr/TikTo…
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Hold onto your popcorn, WE ARE BACK! This week, we're diving deep into the cinematic universe of the film "Oppenheimer." Your favourite trio—Jabriel, Oliver, and Raph—are back in the studio, and we're thrilled to welcome back the ever-insightful Lorna Searl as our guest! Whether you're a film fanatic or a casual moviegoer, this episode is packed wi…
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Pada episode kali ini Podstalgia ngobrol bareng ALTERAKSI yang diwakili oleh co-founders-nya, Rival Ahmad dan Suryani Liauw. ALTERAKSI adalah program yang menggunakan film dan metode fasilitasi sebagai alat bantu untuk membicarakan sekaligus mengalami beragam opini, pandangan, perasaan, dan pemikiran mengenai persoalan keragaman, keadilan, dan inkl…
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*Tumbleweed for seven months* "Is anyone still there?" Well, if you are, here's a new episode of the award-winning (technically, we haven't won any awards... yet) 15. True to their grasp of timing, Luke Oddie and Dan Wade are finally reviewing the biggest two films of the summer! They kick it off with Luke's front runner for the 'Film of the Year',…
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Oh hey, would you believe it, Awards Don't Matter is back. After almost a two year break, we're back with an episode from the vault where David Giannini and Andrew F Peirce discuss the 1946 Best Picture winner The Best Years of Our Lives. Winner of an impressive seven Academy Awards, including Best Director (William Wyler), Best Actor (Frederic Mar…
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On this episode, Andrew chats with the filmmaking duo Glenn Fraser and Amelia Foxton about their latest film Mother Tongue, which screens at the upcoming A Night of Horror International Film Festival alongside Ursula Dabrowsky's The Devil's Work on September 28 2023. Mother Tongue tells the wickedly humourous tale of Alex (Chiara Gizzi) and Jade (A…
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Swanner and Judd talk about: Big Brother; The Challenge; Only Murders; Reservation Dogs; Ragnarok; One Piece; Shane Gillis: Beautiful Dogs; Humanoids of the Deep; and more! Left Click To Listen, Right Click Here To DownloadSwanner & Judd
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Hey folks, we're still podcasting movies and sometimes it's even sci-fi (like this one). Type "Films & Filth" into your podcatcher - where we have a look at the top 100 and bottom 100 films as voted by iMDb voters. Or go for one of these links, subscribe and such: https://filmsandfilth.transistor.fm/ https://feeds.transistor.fm/films-and-filth-the-…
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Filmmaker JJ Winlove has managed an impressive feat for Australian film: having two films released in the same year. With the emotional June Again featuring a trio of excellent performances from Noni Hazelhurst, Claudia Karvan, and Stephen Curry, joining the immersive cinematic experience Crossing Paths, an interactive journey through Sydney as the…
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Hello, listeners. We'd like to play a commentary. If it's [MONTH TAPE IS BEING PLAYED], it must be BOP! And tonight, the crew is untangling the first knot in the increasingly convoluted horror juggernaut that is SAW, in the first of a new BOP n' A Movie commentary series! The Elwes are screaming and the Malort is flowing as they discuss the very fi…
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The Film School Janitors now have the ultimate metric to rate movies: PEE-WEE's BIG ADVENTURE being the best, and BIG TOP PEE-WEE being the worst. So where does PEE-WEE's BIG HOLIDAY fit on that scale? Listen to this review to find out!Film School Janitors
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Welcome back to Film Haven Reviews!!! This week we are (finally) embarking on our unpopular but inevitable theme of "Trucker Movies" and to prove this theme is not as boring as people might think, we are starting off with the directorial debut of the great Steven Speilberg: Duel (1971). This film was not as action packed as I was expecting, but wha…
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"Hellraiser" spawned an 11-film franchise that neither Dick Ebert nor Gene Lyons had ever seen because they were too afraid of Pinhead. This week, commissioner Jason B. changed all that. Join the Shat Crew as we discuss dysfunctional '80s couples, sexual deviance and Clive Barker's thrifty but amateurish abilities as a director. While Gene asks whe…
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We're going on a bit of a detective spree today, and what better way to kick things off than with a little chat about pipes? We all know how Sherlock loved his, and honestly, who can resist the allure of a finely crafted smoking instrument? First up, there's the iconic Briar Pipe. You've likely seen this one in the hands of wise old gentlemen – it'…
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On this episode I chat with director Ingvar Kenne about his haunting film The Land, which screened in 2022 at the Sydney Underground Film Festival and Europe's Snowdance Film Festival where Ingvar won the Best Direction Award. The Land follows Jeremy, played by Steve Rodgers, and Neets, played by Anna Lise Philips, a couple who have a life that man…
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The Film School Janitors are working hard on their studies at Nic Cage University, so that why they're taking a break this summer... and watching ERNEST movies!Time for the final film: ERNEST IN THE ARMY(It's about a terrorist organization trying to get a top secret missile and Ernest's troop of army reservists and a reporter have to save the day! …
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On this episode Andrew turns into a bit of a fanboy as he chats with writer and director Tim Carlier about his feature film Paco. This charming and quirky flick follows Manny, played by Manuel Ashman, a sound recordist who is working on a film set one day and has the worst thing happen to him: one of the actors has walked off with a radio microphon…
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Dee and Randa from the Switchblade Sisters Social Club podcast return to Flixwatcher to review Dee’s choice Bridesmaids. Bridesmaids (2011) is an American comedy written by Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, and directed by Paul Feig. It stars Kristen Wiig as Annie, Maya Rudolph as Lillian, Rose Byrne as Helen, Melissa McCarthy as Megan, Wendi McLendon…
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Welcome back to another thrilling episode of Bad Dads Film Review! Fellow Dads, it's time to cozy up, perhaps with a cup of your favorite brew, as we immerse ourselves in the captivating world of Sherlock Holmes, with a spotlight on one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's cheekiest tales: "The Red-Headed League." Imagine answering an advertisement because …
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It's difficult to find joy in the subject matter of the film, but in the hype around it - what fun!The Film School Janitors have completed "Barbenheimer" by finally watching OPPENHEIMER. Does the film justify its three-hour runtime? Listen to their review to find out!Film School Janitors
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Swanner and Judd talk about: Big Brother; The Challenge; Only Murders; Reservation Dogs; Ragnarok; One Piece; Shane Gillis: Beautiful Dogs; Humanoids of the Deep; and more! Left Click To Listen, Right Click Here To DownloadSwanner & Judd
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This episode of Kinda Funny In Review Rewatch we rank, review, and recap the 2023 Conjuring Universe movie The Nun 2. Follow Elyse at https://twitter.com/ElyseWillems Follow James at https://twitter.com/JamesWillems Time Stamps - 00:00:00 - Start 00:20:30 - Plot 01:19:15 - Rankings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Welcome back to Film Haven Reviews!!! This week we say goodbye to our Time Thrillers theme with the surprisingly fun Frequency (2000)! This film amazingly blended the genres of mystery, sci-fi, true crime, and drama in a way that seems impossible. If you can tune your own emotional frequency to this film's melodrama, then you will find yourself on …
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Hello and welcome to another harmonious episode of Bad Dads Film Review! Dads, grab your air guitars, don your freshest 90s threads, and let’s explore the collision of music, movies, and some serious sitcom nostalgia. Top 5: Musician Cameos in Movies: Have you ever been watching a movie and suddenly thought, "Wait, isn't that...?" Musicians popping…
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What's that off in the distance?...oh yeah its 2/5th's of the band Queen horizon, coming to join me as we delve into the world of French extreme horror.Donning our stripped shirts and garlic necklaces, me, Mark and Colin discuss the horrors of films such as inside and martyrs, as well as arguments about how much iron maiden suck and how November ra…
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Elaine and Mark from The Honeymoon Period podcast return to Flixwatcher to review Elaine’s choice Heat. Heat (1995) is a heist drama written and directed by Michael Mann. Its ensemble cast features Al Pacino as Lieutenant Vincent Hanna, LAPD, Robert De Niro as Neil McCauley, Val Kilmer as Chris Shiherlis, Jon Voight as Nate, Tom Sizemore as Michael…
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Welcome back to another rhythm-infused episode of Bad Dads Film Review! Fellow Dad aficionados, dust off your giant suits and get ready to groove, because this week, we're diving headfirst into the world of concert films with the iconic "Stop Making Sense." Directed by Jonathan Demme and showcasing the inimitable Talking Heads, led by the always dy…
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If you enjoy spy movies with no spying, romantic comedies with no laughs and Sean Young movies with no sex appeal, you'll love 1987's "No Way Out." This Kevin Costner thriller spends 45 minutes developing a love affair that goes nowhere, features a computer that can do anything, implicates '80s home decor as the real killer and might just be the pr…
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We loop through Jake Gyllenhaal’s “Source Code” and discuss: Cinematography, contrast, breaking the 180º rule; Story & Writing, details, theme, stakes; Todd’s new single from Mad Valley “Ready to Fall” (links below!!); and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Don’t gain the world and lose your soul, wisdom is better than silver or gold.“ – Bob M…
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