Anderson and I have such different tastes in movies (we’re pretty much night and day), and even when we love a film, we’ll actually dig it for different reasons. The idea behind CinemAddicts showdown is to spotlight a film that we both completely disagree on, and more importantly we’d love to hear your thoughts on the movie. First up is director Jeff Nichols’ acclaimed feature Loving!
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was the big winner last weekend with a $76 million take. Considering the film came from the mind of Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling, it was a no-brainer that the Eddie Redmayne headlined project would be a hit. The movie’s reign at the top, however, should be supplanted by the most popular “Rock” in Hollywood.
Though Anderson Cowan celebrated the crowd funding success of Groupers, he also found the time to check out the thrillers Come and Find Me and The Monster (I envy his weekly scheduling abilities). I went a bit overboard this episode and also watched The Love Witch and USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage. Details on Ep. 45 after the jump.
It’s great news around on this week’s CinemAddicts podcast, as Anderson Cowan will finally get to make Groupers. The project has already reached its mark for funding (it’s currently at 103%!!). If you haven’t checked out Anderson’s foray into independent film, please go to GroupersTheMove.com. Regarding the actual movies we cover on CinemAddicts, check out the info after the jump.
Anderson and I super-sized this episode as Mr. Cowan was busy last week with the birth of his baby boy Atticus. He’s also in the final legs of crowd funding for his movie Groupers, a project that, in my opinion, is a solidly told story. Details on this week’s long show is found after the jump.
On this week’s episode of CinemAddicts, Anderson and I reviewed (and really dug) the new film Christine, a flick which should net Rebecca Hall an Oscar nomination. Anderson also check out director Chan-Wook Park’s latest flick The Handmaiden. Click for more info after the jump.
Anderson and I take on three movies this week, two of which are from the mind of director/writer/producer Don Coscarelli. The other flick features Emily Blunt in the entertaining thriller The Girl on the Train. The show’s breakdown is available after the jump.
Episode 39 of CinemAddicts is up, and my goodness, I just realized Anderson Cowan and I reviewed four films this week that’s coming out on Friday. Two of them are highly recommended by me, and AC really digs in to a new music documentary with a charismatic figure taking center stage. Hit the jump for a full breakdown of the show:
On this week’s CinemAddicts, Anderson and I review two documentaries (The Lovers and the Despot, Cameraperson) and I also give my take on Léa Seydoux’s latest film Beauty and the Beast. Check out below for the full breakdown of the show.
We’re now 37 episodes in with CinemAddicts, and this week we cover two movies, one of which Anderson’s been waiting for all year long. Click for more info after the jump.