John, Johnny, and Chris mutually admire the work of Wes Anderson and his movie entitled "The Grand Budapest Hotel." We decided to repeat our show while the film is still showing (it's that good!)
A first-rate and informative documentary about one of America's most accomplished but unknown street photographers.
Another Depp fly-by.
John and Helmut see an Oscar-worthy performance by Jude Law in Dom Hemingway.
It won't make you a believer in Heaven, but it will make you afraid to live in a small town if you have different ideas.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Transcendence and Heaven Is for Real, new Blu-rays The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Philomena, and more.
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About the Hosts:
John and Johnny get nowhere listing their favorite Hollywood beauties then and now.
Law should be an Oscar candidate playing Dom Hemingway.
Under the Skin
Director: Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast)
Screenplay: Walter Campbell and Glazer from Michael Faber novel.
Cast: Scarlett Johansson (Captain America), Jeremy McWilliams
Runtime: 108 min.
by John DeSando
“The alienated person is out of touch with himself as he is out of touch with any other person.” Erich Fromm
It's not about sex!
John and Wayne cautiously recommend the sci-fi thriller, Under the Skin, with a completely exposed Scarlett Johansson.
The martial arts approach ballet, and the drama is not half bad, too.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Draft Day and Rio 2, new Blu-rays The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and Grudge Match, and more.
John and Johnny pay homage to the great cinema composer, Ennio Morricone (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, et al.)
John and Linda try to be reverential about this epic tale of the great shipwright.
A fine work of comic-book nostalgia.
It's not porn; it just looks like it.
Nymphomaniac: Vol. 1
Director: Lars von Trier (Run Lola Run)
Screenplay: von Trier
Cast: Charlotte Gainsbourg (Melancholia), Stellan Skarsgard (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)
Runtime: 118 min.
Noah is awash in over-the-top drama but still entertaining for this time of dead-zone movie year.
John and Jess chat about the new young adult thriller, Divergent.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Sabotage and Noah, new Blu-rays The Wolf of Wall Street and Delivery Man, and more.