7:40 am
Wed July 11, 2012



Grade: C

Director: Oliver Stone (Wall Street)

Screenplay: Shane Salerno (Shaft), Don Winslow (Full Ride) from the Winslow novel.

Cast: Blake Lively (The Town), Taylor Kitsch (John Carter)

Rating: R

Runtime: 130 min.

John DeSando, WCBE’s “It’s Movie Time,” “Cinema Classics”

“They must love each other more than you, otherwise how could they share you.”Elena  (Salma Hyek to O about Ben and Chon)

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2:40 pm
Fri July 6, 2012

Your Sister's Sister

Your Sister’s Sister

Grade: B

Director: Lynn Shelton (Humpday)

Screenplay: Shelton

Cast: Mark Duplass (People Like Us), Emily Blunt (The Adjustment Bureau)

Rating: R

Runtime: 90 min

John DeSando, WCBE’s “It’s Movie Time” and “Cinema Classics”

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Cinema Classics
1:32 pm
Thu May 3, 2012

May 3, 2012 Cinema Classics: Red Necks

A Cinema Classic: Red Necks

Award-winning Cinema Classics discusses great movies then and now. From films, genres, directors, and actors to everything else in between, the hosts don't always agree, but they are always fun and informative.

Cinema Classics is regularly broadcast at 8:01 pm Thursday on WCBE 90.5 FM and streaming at

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It's Movie Time
3:59 pm
Fri March 26, 2010

March 26, 2010 It's Movie Time: Greenberg, Hot Tub TIme Machine

Films reviewed: Greenberg, Hot Tub TIme Machine

It's Movie Time has won numerous national awards including Silver Microphone, Communicator, MarCom, and LA Press Club honors.

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Movie Reviews
2:11 pm
Mon December 17, 2001

The Majestic

Laurie Holden and Jim Carrey in \"The Majestic\"

Darabont must have been counting his money from "Shawshank Redemption" and "The Green Mile"; Jim Carrey must have been remembering he pulled off "Truman Show."

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Movie Reviews
1:50 pm
Tue December 11, 2001

Kate and Leopold

Hugh Jackman and Meg Ryan

Meg Ryan is surprisingly mature, while still retaining her shaggy perkiness.

Kate and Leopold is a sometimes romantic and amusing spin on a very tired H.G. Wells and Hollywood theme about time traveling. Fortunately it has some insightful things to say along the way about the loss of Victorian gentility and the dishonesty of modern marketing. Its references to "Breakfast at Tiffany's" are a reminder that all modern romantic comedies owe much to that model.

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