On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Warm Bodies and Bullet to the Head, new Blu-rays Hotel Transylvania and Paranormal Activity 4, and more.
On the Marquee highlights the week’s movie releases—both in theaters and on DVD and Blu-ray. It airs on WCBE every Sunday morning at 9:01.
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About the Hosts:
Statham is an action hero for our time.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters and Parker, new Blu-rays End of Watch and For a Good Time, Call..., and more.
Film reviewed: Influential Movies
by hosts John DeSando and Carolyn Bruck
It's Movie Time has won numerous national awards including LA Press Club, MarCom, Silver Microphone, Communicator, and Hermes Creative honors.
John DeSando is also co-host of WCBE’s Cinema Classics and appears on Fox 28’s Man Panel. Carolyn Bruck is a news anchor for ABC 6/Fox 28.
John and Carolyn reprise their Dec 7, '12 show on some influential movies such as Casablanca and The Godfather.
The Johns argue about the quality of Bigelow's Point Break and Blue Steel but agree on the excellence of The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty.
John and Johnny praise at uncut length The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty but disagree about Bigelow's earlier Point Break and Blue Steel.
A classy European character study.
John and Carolyn discuss one of two top Oscar nominees, Zero Dark Thirty.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Broken City and The Last Stand, new Blu-rays To Rome with Love and The Possession, and more.
John and Johnny don't agree about the Oscar nominations.
Johnny and John duke it out over the Oscar nominations in 13 brutal, uncut minutes.
A thriller and a reality.
John and Carolyn are ambivalent about the new Indonesian tsunami drama, The Impossible.
You've seen it all before, but this genre remains fresh with actors like these.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Gangster Squad and Zero Dark Thirty, new Blu-rays Frankenweenie and Dredd, and more.
Justice is as much a victim as the young men.
Johnny and John, inspired by Django, try to define "Spaghetti Westerns."
Johnny goes on at uncut length about one of his fav genres. Spaghetti Westerns. John has some opinions as well.
Fine acting and first-rate graphics make up for a lack of universal application.