It's Movie Time

Fridays at 3:01pm and 8:01 PM

It’s Movie Time is an award-winning movie review show, hosted by John DeSando, which airs every Friday  at 3:01 and 8:01 PM.  You can also find "It's Movie Time" on Facebook.

 AWARDS

  • LA Press Club National Entertainment Journalism Awards, 2010
    Winner: Radio Feature/Series
    Honorable Mention: Radio Critic of the Year
  • Hermes Award: Gold Award, 2010
  • MarCom Awards: Gold Award, 2010
  • LA Press Club National Entertainment Journalism Awards, 2009
    Finalist: Radio Critic of the Year
  • Communicator Awards: Silver Award of Distinction, 2009
  • MarCom Awards: Gold Award, 2009

Ways to Connect

John and Kevin agree this is one super movie.

Finding Mr Right 2

May 12, 2016

A Fine Romance.

It's much more than a super-heroes' blast fest.

Sing Street

May 9, 2016

An most enjoyable musical born out of cliches but made fresh by John Carney.

John and Wayne give a cursory look at upcoming movies for summer '16.

Criminal

May 5, 2016

Highly improbable and uniquely likeable, both movie and star.

Visually splendid, culturally a bit inauthentic.

Brainy and imaginative, this 'toon has it all.

It's Movie Time April 29, '16 Green Room

Apr 29, 2016

John and Linda talk about Patrick Stewart's Green Room.

Papa Hemingway in Cuba

Apr 29, 2016

I just like hanging with Papa.

Green Room

Apr 26, 2016

Like 10 Cloverfield Lane, another smart horror delight.

John and Hope have a few laughs over one of the best comedies in recent years.

Too Late

Apr 22, 2016

Neo-noir at its dark, depressing best. Hawkes is the neo-Bogey.

Demolition

Apr 22, 2016

Another lonely eccentric played to perfection by Jake Gyllenhaal.

Hardcore Henry

Apr 19, 2016

It's a wild ride through the eyes of a frenetic cyborg-like hero, and it's as fun as a video game.

Everybody Wants Some!!

Apr 18, 2016

One of the best comedies in years. Linklater at his best.

John and Kevin admire but differ about this impressive sci-fi.

The Jungle Book

Apr 12, 2016

First-rate entertainment for the whole family.

Born to Be Blue

Apr 12, 2016

Another artist's life in substance abuse.  Help!

Born to Be Blue

Grade: C+

Director: Robert Budreau (That Beautiful Somewhere)

Screenplay: Budreau

Cast: Ethan Hawke (Good Kill)

Rating: R

Runtime: 1 hr 37 min

by John DeSando

Midnight Special

Apr 12, 2016

One of the best science fiction films  in years.

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