Isn’t it just right in all ways that Steven Soderbergh is back with not just a new film, but a whole newly-designed delivery method for movies?
Here is Brian De Palma recounting fighting the good fight, making due with whatever was passed on to him, and retelling it all at his unabashedly best.
Ray Schillaci recommends four exceptional short films: “The Apple Tree”, “Tomgirl”, “Moving On” and “A Tricky Treat”.
Showcast Episode 75: Holiday movie season and awards season collide with four new releases – “Dumb and Dumber To”, “Beyond the Lights”, “Foxcatcher” & “Rosewater”. The Movie Guys preview them all with guest Jon Weinberg, along with chat about his film-in-progress “Funeral Day” and a thorough ripping of Q&As at Los Angeles movie screenings, ALL while your hosts try desperately to stay focused…!
Audrey Kearns sits down and chats with The Movie Guys’ Paul Preston about, well just about everything – Star Wars, superheroes, film making, film buffs, Doctor Who, terrible Catholic School memories, acting and so much more.
It’s a horrible tragedy when violence upsets something like a sporting or holiday event. But when violence mars the arts, I find it especially disturbing.
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, April 2012, Movie Guy Lee Kias “comes out” in front of the whole audience as a M.I.L.T.
Inspired by the April 2012 re-release “Titanic 3D”
Overall, my masculine side says this film is a blockbuster that you’ll quickly forget you saw. My feminine side says Robert Pattison is hot.
Let’s talk this week about something that every single movie-goer experiences – artistic hijacked redundancy.
This column is dedicated to movies. And while there are many aspects to cinema, I want to talk about us – the moviegoers.