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This week, your hosts Steve Head and John Black discuss the new Nicolas Cage actioner, Drive Angry 3D, and Farrelly brothers' comedy, Hall Pass, starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis.

For our picks of the week, John selects 1957's Sweet Smell of Success on Criterion, and I select two titles from the filmography of director Peter Yates, who passed away last month: the 1969 Dustin Hoffman/Mia Farrow drama John and Mary and the 1973 Boston crime film The Friends of Eddie Coyle, starring Robert Mitchum.

On March 2nd and 3rd, in tribute to Peter Yates, the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Ma, will screen 35mm prints of two of his films: the quintessential Steve McQueen film Bullitt (1968), and the rarely seen British film Robbery (1967), starring Stanley Baker.  Visit brattlefilm.org for more information and to buy tickets.

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Direct download: Ep-61-Drive-Angry-Hall-Pass.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 8:31pm EST

This week, John and I discuss the Dark Castle flick Unknown, starring Liam Neeson, the Miguel Arteta comedy Cedar Rapids, and the DJ Caruso-directed, Michael Bay production I Am Number Four.

Plus our picks of the week. I say Tony Scott’s runaway train flick Unstoppable is an excellent Blu-ray choice, John implores you to put the anime Summer Wars in your player, and we both re-live the love of Mel Brook’s 1977 Alfred Hitchcock homage High Anxiety.

The total running time is about 56:37

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Intro music by Stereo Soul Future (stereosoulfuture.com).

Questions? Email us at contact@post-movie.net

Don't forget to leave us an iTunes review. We could sure use some kind words to help us reach a larger audience. Anything would be appreciated. Thanks!

- Steve

Direct download: Ep-60-Unknown-CedarRapids-IAmNumber4.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 11:30pm EST

In this episode, John and I discuss the sword and sandals actioner The Eagle, talk with its star, Channing Tatum, and try to figure out why Elton John made the 3D animated confection Gnomeo & Juliet.

For our picks of the week, I say Frank Tashlin’s 1967 spy spoof Caprice, starring Doris Day and Richard Harris, is the one you must find and watch, and John says Paul W.S. Anderson’s 1994 thriller $hopping, starring Jude Law and Sadie Frost, is not to be missed.

The total running time is about 50:02

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Intro music by Stereo Soul Future (stereosoulfuture.com).

Questions? Email us at contact@post-movie.net

Don't forget to leave us an iTunes review. We could sure use some kind words to help us reach a larger audience. Anything would be appreciated. Thanks!

- Steve

Direct download: Ep-59-The-Eagle-Gnomeo-Juliet.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 1:25pm EST

This week, John and I discuss the new thriller The Roommate and the James Cameron-produced 3-D flick Sanctum.

And for our picks of the week, I revisit Joseph L. Mankiewicz's classic All About Eve, which is now on Blu-ray, and John says Skin is the film you must see.

We recorded live at Panera Bread, next to the Regal Fenway 13 Theater in Boston.

Enjoy!

The total running time is about 43:39

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Intro music by Stereo Soul Future (stereosoulfuture.com).

Questions? Email us at contact@post-movie.net

Don't forget to leave us an iTunes review. We could sure use some kind words to help us reach a larger audience. Anything would be appreciated. Thanks!

- Steve

Direct download: Ep-58-Roommate-Sanctum.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 11:34pm EST

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