Lily James and Cate Blanchett star in Kenneth Branaugh’s live action Disney redux, Liam Neeson goes up against mobster Ed Harris in Run All Night, and the Merchants of Doubt change the way you think. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
2015′s buzziest movie arrives with all the expected sex, handcuffs and controversy one would expect. But will the big-screen adaptation of E.L. James’ steamy novel (ahem) satisfy moviegoers? Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Two Oscar-nominated heavy-hitters land on video: the brilliant and wickedly funny Michael Keaton opus Birdman, and the Oscar-bait Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything. Also out: Bill Murray in St. Vincent, and Dumb and Dumber To. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Kevin Costner is a widowed grandfather fighting for custody in Black or White, the 1981-set crime thriller A Most Violent Year expands into more theaters, and Project Almanac spend more time concerning itself with it’s shaky camera than it’s shaky script. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Did Ben Affleck kill his wife in Gone Girl? Alfred Molina and John Lithgow anchor the ensemble Love is Strange, and Liam Neeson plays a bad guy for hire in A Walk Among the Tombstones. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Liam Neeson and his particular set of skills return in Taken 3, Joaquin Phoenix leads a cast of crazies in Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice, and Selma expands onto more screens. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Steve Wagner interviews actor David Oyelowo about his powerful turn as Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, depicting the icon as a man, the ironic connection between Selma and Spielberg’s Lincoln, and how the recent events in Ferguson are a sobering echo of the past.
The Interview makes a surprise appearance, Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp go Into the Woods, Selma makes a bid for Oscar history, and the SFFCC’s choice for best film of the year is now available. Dennis Willis hosts.
Steve Wagner interviews Jon Stewart from the Daily Show and Maziar Bahari about “Rosewater”, Stewart’s directorial debut based on Iranian-Canadian journalist Bahari’s first-hand account of his own detention and interrogation by Iranian forces.
Two huge releases go head-to-head! Can Christopher Nolan’s space opera Interstellar compete with Disney’s animated action fantasy Big Hero 6? Is there enough room in the universe for Matthew McConaughey’s swagger and the lovable robot Baymax?
It’s the most honest review you can find: in the car on the way home! Dennis Willis, Steve Wagner and Steven Kirk’s immediate reaction to David Fincher’s hotly-anticipated thriller Gone Girl, with Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike.
It’s the most honest review you can find: in the car on the way home! Dennis Willis and Steve Wagner’s immediate reaction to the Training Day reunion of Denzel Washington and director Antoine Fuqua, and their reboot of the 80s TV show The Equalizer.
Dennis Willis chats with Oscar nominee Haley Joel Osment (Forrest Gump, The Sixth Sense, A.I. Artificial Intelligence) about his role in Kevin Smith’s Tusk, being associated with two iconic films from the 90s, and misconceptions about Steven Spielberg and Stanley Kubrick.
Mad Max, Lisbeth Salander and Tony Soprano made a movie. But is it any good? It’s the most honest review you can find: in the car on the way home! Dennis Willis and Steve Wagner’s immediate reaction to James Gandolfini’s final movie, the crime drama The Drop, also starring Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace.
Dennis Willis and Steven Kirk celebrate the 48th anniversary of Star Trek, with a brief history of the fan-based wave that brought the cancelled TV program back in the 1970s, the current state of the rebooted film series, and Trek’s enduring legacy.
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