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Emphatic for the cinematic!

Joining John and me this week is Boston Phoenix film critic and Albany Times-Union blogger Peg Aloi. Our objective: discuss the new Anthony Hopkins thriller The Rite and the Javier Bardem melodrama Biutiful. Then John and I discuss the Jason Statham/Ben Foster actioner The Mechanic - in which I (attempt to) explain The Mechanic's unintentional homoeroticism. Such fun.

We then offer our picks of the week. I recommend the new Blu-ray release of Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull. Peg says The Last Exorcism and the Red Riding Trilogy are worth your time. And John implores you to view Man in a Suitcase, which is also new to DVD.

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

Enjoy!

The total running time is about 52:39

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- Steve

Direct download: Ep-57-The-Rite-Biutiful.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 12:05am EST

This week, John and I argue about Ivan Reitman's No Strings Attached and discuss Mike Leigh's Another Year.

And for our picks of the week, I say Irwin Allen's '60s TV series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea is what you must watch, and John says The Mechanic, not the Jason Statham re-make but the 1972 original starring Charles Bronson is well worth your time.

The total running time is about 50:20.

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

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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-56-No-Strings-Attached.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 4:59pm EST

This week, John and I discuss Michel Gondry’s big budget endeavor The Green Hornet, Dominic Sena's medieval escapade Season of the Witch and Gaspar Noe’s metaphysical mind-bender Enter the Void – which is now playing at the Brattle Theatre (brattlefilm.org).

And for our picks of the week, I opt for Robert Rodriguez’s Machete on Blu-ray, while John suggest you check out Hope & Redemption: The Lena Baker Story on DVD.

The episode was recorded “live” at the Trident Bookseller’s & Cafe in Boston.

The total running time is about 40:30.

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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-55-Green-Hornet.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 4:45am EST

Yes, dear listeners, we reveal and discuss the ones that hurt the most: Our Top Five Absolute Worst Films of 2010 (with punches at The Town, Scott Pilgrim vs The World and The Social Network thrown in for good measure).

John and I are again joined by fellow film critics Sean Burns (The Improper Bostonian and Philadelphia Weekly) and Brett Michel (The Boston Phoenix and The Boston Herald) recording "live" at Panera Bread next to the Regal Fenway 13 in Boston.

WARNING: This episode contains persistent invective.

The running time is about 1:10:53.

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Intro music by Stereo Soul Future. http:www.stereosoulfuture.com

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- Steve

Direct download: Ep54-Worst-Of-2010.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 7:46pm EST

Part 2 of our Top 10 Films of 2010 discussion with guest critics Brett Michel (The Boston Phoenix and The Boston Herald) and Sean Burns (The Improper Bostonian and Philadelphia Weekly), recorded live at Panera Bread next to the Regal Fenway Stadium 13 in Boston.

The running time is about 57:47.

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Intro music by Stereo Soul Future. http:www.stereosoulfuture.com

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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: Ep53-Part2.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 7:23pm EST

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