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TWO OPINIONS ON MAPS TO THE STARS
Nathaniel's Julianne Spazzing & Glenn's Cronenberg Finger Wagging 

"There is a great movie in Maps of the Stars and that is the one Moore stars in, not the one the screenplay insists in bringing to the front." - Mr Goodbar

"If I had to guess why Cronenberg went with a largely "invisible" or even non-style style, I'd say it has to do with his approach to the narrative, which is kind of a bait and switch, setting us up for a hollywood satire and then giving us a final act that plays more like a myth or a fairy tale." -Roark

Beauty vs. Beast

Who is your GODDESS? Cristal or Nomi?

If you don't vote for Nomi, she'll cut you!


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Tuesday
Sep022014

Smackdown '89 Pt 2: Parenthood & Steel Magnolias

Our discussion of 1989's Oscar nominated Supporting Actress films concludes with two very big hits: Parenthood and Steel Magnolias, we discuss the family dramedy genre, Julia Roberts feud with her director, and more...

Smackdown 89 Pt 2

Tuesday
Sep022014

Smackdown '89 Pt 1: My Left Foot & Enemies

The Supporting Actress Nominees of 1989 discussed. In part one, our panel of reknowned critics discusses Brenda Fricker and Daniel Day Lewis's duet in My Left Foot and the tonally dischordant Paul Mazursky film Enemies: A Love Story.

Smackdown 89 Part 1

Sunday
Aug172014

And So it Goes. (Plus the 1989 and 1990 Oscars)

Diane Keaton's new film And So It Goes discussed. Plus memories of the 1989 and 1990 Oscar ceremonies. 

And So It Goes

Tuesday
Aug122014

Boyhood & Lucy

That gang reunites to talk about aging 12 years and using 100% of your brain

Lucy & Boyhood

Thursday
Jul312014

Smackdown '73 Companion: The Exorcist & Paper Moon

On this special edition of the podcast, the actress Dana Delany joins Nathaniel R and critics Mark Harris, Karina Longworth, Kyle Turner and Bill Chamber to talk acting and the films of 1973 and our moviegoing stories

Smackdown Companion 1973