John and Johnny have a hard time fitting Orson Welles into their show!
John and Johnny uncut on Touch of Evil trying to fit Welles into the frame.
Carolyn and John are amused by Killer Joe and love Pelotero
An excellent study of Major League Baseball recruiting in the Dominican Republic.
Ballplayer: PeloteroGrade: ADirectors: Ross Finkel, Trevor Martin, John PaleyScreenplay: DocumentaryRating: NRRuntime: 77 min.by John DeSando
“It’s like when you go and harvest the land, you put the seed in . . . water it . . . and when it grows, you sell it.” Trainer
Biking in New York City has never been this much fun.
This week, hosts Kristin Dreyer Kramer and Nicholas Herum cover new releases Premium Rush and Hit and Run, new Blu-rays Chimpanzee and The Dictator, and more.
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John and Johnny disagree on 2012's summer movies.
Noir dark and light enough.
Moving documentary about rape in the military.
This week, Kristin and Nick take a look at new releases ParaNorman and The Expendables 2, new Blu-rays The Hunger Games and Jaws, and more.
John and Johnny look at the career of Tommy Lee Jones.
John and Carolyn sing few praises of the muisical Sparkle.
It barely shines.
Is it too scary for kids or plain funny for all ages?
John and Johnny explore the merits of Nolan's Batman trilogy.
John and Carolyn review a delightful and disturbing documentary.
This film can't even qualify as a dark horse.
Without Arnie, it's just a video game.
A cautionary tale about getting what you want.
A vivid and ultimaely depressing documentary about greed on the corporate and family level.