I had the pleasure of interviewing Southside with You director Richard Tanne and it’s refreshing to know he’s a bigtime movie buff. His “movie love” picks were Grand Illusion, directed by Jean Renoir, and Casablanca, directed by underrated filmmaker Michael Curtiz.
Now playing in select theaters, Seoul Searching centers on a group of Korean teenagers from all over the world who spend the summer in Seoul to learn more about their heritage. The film is inspired by Benson’s own memorable summer, and the comedy is also a loving homage to some of the transcendent teen films from the 1980s.
Eventually I’ll figure out how to look at an iPhone camera – but until then bear with me!! Our ‘180 Seconds or Less’ review of Café Society is below:
***I also forgot to mention on this week’s show that the winner of The Infiltrator passport is Marcus W. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel as well for future giveaways!
On this week’s CinemAddicts, Anderson Cowan and I reviewed Woody Allen’s new film Cafe Society and the Bryan Cranston drug flick The Infiltrator. Full breakdown of the episode is found after the jump.
On this week’s CinemAddicts, Anderson and I will be reviewing the Woody Allen flick Cafe Society and the crime drama The Infiltrator. It’s my turn for giveaways this week, and I’ll be giving the sealed DVD of My Golden Days, which is one of my favorite films this year.
Brad Furman, whose previous directing credits include The Lincoln Lawyer and Runner Runner, is back with The Infiltrator. While promoting The Infiltrator, Furman elaborated on his “movie love” for True Romance, a feature many consider director Tony Scott’s finest achievement.
Christina Applegate and Annie Mumolo star in the new comedy Bad Moms (opening July 29), and during the interviews Applegate expressed her love for the classic Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton feature Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.
This week’s installment of ‘180 Seconds or Less’ has Anderson and I reviewing the excellent flick Captain Fantastic. The flick has Viggo Mortensen playing a patriarch who’s raised his six kids out in the wilderness. Their upbringing enables them to have an entirely different (and some would argue better) education that the average youth. Check out our latest video after the jump.
It’s week 27 of CinemAddicts, as Anderson Cowan and I praise “interesting” movies that are coming out on Friday.
We planned all week to cover Swiss Army Man or Ep 26’s ‘180 Seconds or Less’ but we made, as Anderson said on CinemAddicts, a “swiss-eroni” and went with Life, Animated.