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Theyll be missed. Strattons long career gave him enviable knowledge and Pomeranz could strike to the core of a film
The movies that divided David and Margaret the most
Their partnership began with The Movie Show on Sbs in 1986, shifting to the ABC in its current form in 2004. Starting with a tiny budget and no audience, The Movie Show was built almost entirely on the back of its presenters personalities and reputations (not to mention the hard-working crews they have always been quick to credit).
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- Laurence Barber
Imagine a film journalist and his two film-loving buddies sitting around a bottle of tequila discussing the intricacies of Angelina Jolie’s cheekbones, crying during How to Train Your Dragon, Quentin Tarantino’s comic book project, Star Wars villains, the DC film lineup for the next four years and Jesus impersonator Jared Leto, and you have Cinema Assault, We Got This Covered’s brand new podcast.
Following in the footsteps of the long-running Wgtc Radio and the short-lived but still enjoyable I’d Rather Be At The Movies, Cinema Assault is the third movie-centric podcast to join the We Got This Covered fold and we could not be more excited to be on board.
Hosts Dariel Figueroa and Kerry Meehan are dedicated to bringing you the best in movie news, reviews and Hollywood gossip every week in the most unpretentious manner possible because, honestly, this show is much more fun »
- Matt Joseph
Peter Travers has sky-high expectations on At The Movies this week: The film is Transcendence, which stars Johnny Depp, marks the directorial debut of Wally Pfister (the brilliant cinematographer behind Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy) and boasts a script that's long been on the Hollywood blacklist. It's the perfect recipe for a thrilling, provocative sci-fi flick about the dangers computers and technology — but as Travers reluctantly admits, Transcendence is anything but transcendent.
Rage Against the Machine: A Brief History of Evil Movie Computers
"What I got was maybe »
Recording a podcast while working a daytime job is way harder to coordinate than I thought. How do I know this? Two weeks absolutely blew by without Justine and I getting together, thanks to the hustle and bustle of life, but since we started twitching from our podcasting withdrawal, I’d Rather Be At The Movies is back! You all missed us, right? Right?! Should I stop begging for your love now?
While there were a ton of titles that I’d Rather Be At The Movies missed over the last two weeks, there’s one thing on everyone’s mind after this weekend – The Oscars. Or not? That’s the problem with this year’s event – did it really beg a memorable response? Did Ellen Degeneres win over audiences and work her way into the Oscar Host Hall of Fame? Were there any surprises in terms of awards? Knock-out segments? »
- Matt Donato
The big theatrical release this weekend may be the animated romp The Lego Movie, but on At The Movies, Peter Travers highlights another film that requires a bit more from its audience: The Monuments Men.
Why The Monuments Men Is One of 61 Reasons to Love 2014
Directed and co-written by George Clooney, the film boasts an all-star cast that includes Clooney, Matt Damon, John Goodman, Bill Murray and Cate Blanchett, all of whom were paid pennies on the dollar to make an entertaining film that's "a kind of Oceans Eleven caper »
5 items from 2014
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