#208 : Top 5 Movie Showdowns

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Listener-suggested topic! This week, the guys count down their top five all-time movie showdowns, and they deliberately avoid the obvious ones. They also discuss their highlights from the just-announced film lineup at the 2013 Austin Film Festival! Continue reading “#208 : Top 5 Movie Showdowns” »

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The Wonderful, “Minor” Charm of MIDNIGHT IN PARIS

By Michael Neelsen

“I’m having an insight now. It’s a minor one, but it explains the anxiety in a dream I had.” – Gil Pender (Owen Wilson)

I’d be hard-pressed to find a line of dialogue in cinema that so singularly effects how I feel about a movie as the one above, delivered at the emotional climax of Woody Allen’s MIDNIGHT IN PARIS (2011).

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#207 : Anna Gunn and Female Characters

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GUEST: Stephanie Huettner, producer of the short film THE GARDEN AND THE WILDERNESS and movie connoisseur at I Luv Video in Austin, Texas. This week, the group discusses questions raised in Anna Gunn’s editorial in the New York Times (which you can read here) about the hate she has received for portraying Skyler White in BREAKING BAD. Continue reading “#207 : Anna Gunn and Female Characters” »

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#206 : THE WORLD’S END / THE ACT OF KILLING

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This week, the guys review the new Edgar Wright film THE WORLD’S END and the new Joshua Oppenheimer documentary THE ACT OF KILLING, executive produced by Werner Herzog and Errol Morris. Continue reading “#206 : THE WORLD’S END / THE ACT OF KILLING” »

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