For our Picks of the Week, John says the new David Byrne rockumentary Ride, Rise, Roar is worth your time. And we both agree that Jason Robard’s 1965 film, and Best Picture nominee, A Thousand Clowns is a nice find among MGM’s new online only retail offerings. John also recommends David Niven’s 1975 flick Old Dracula.
We recorded this episode at Panera Bread across the street from the Coolidge Corner Theater. As always, we tried to find a quiet spot to record. Our apologies for any obtrusive background noise.
On NZT, an intelligence-enhancing "wonder drug," Lindy (Abbie Cornish) learns to escape and subdue a pursuer, and fast, in Relativity Media's 'Limitless.'
In this episode, John Black and I discuss four new releases: The Lincoln Lawyer, starring Matthew McConaughey; Limitless, starring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro; Jane Eyre, starring Mia Wasikowska; and Paul, a road trip geek-fest showcasing the comedic talents of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Seth Rogan.
"Welcome to our strange little world." - Clive (Nick Frost) and Greame (Simon Pegg) consider the implications of inadvertent alien abduction in Rogue Pictures 'Paul.'
John, Bob Chipman (a.k.a Movie Bob and The Game Overthinker) and I recently spoke with actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost about the making of their new film Paul, which opens nationwide on Friday.
Among the subjects traversed is: perfecting the American accent, filming the Pre-Paul-Test movie, casting Seth Rogan, the religious themes in Paul, and the next Star Trek film – at least an attempt was made to extricate information about that.
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In this special episode, John and I discuss Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Plus, here in Boston, John participates in a roundtable interview with director Edgar Wright and stars Michael Cera, Jason Schwartzman and Anna Kendrick.