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Movie themed broadcast dealing with film as it relates to current social issues.

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Many times, as moviegoers, we look for films that our favorite actors are being showcased in as the leading role. But what happens when that very actor is upstaged? This week we'll be discussing that actual scenario. Two actors who's performances literally stole the show in the scenes with their respective leads! The two actors are Don Cheadle and Jude Law. Our focus will be on the movies Devil In A Blue Dress, starring Denzel Washington (with Don Cheadle) and Road To Perdition, starring Tom Hanks (with Jude Law). Please join A Reel Point Of View's film critics, host Greg Morgan (Reel Movie Guy), co-host Larry Domkowski (Must See Movies) and co-host Karen D (The Movie Maven) in this conversation about the "taking of ones thunder" so to speak! Our show will be broadcast live on Blog Talk Radio and from 11:00 pm until 11:30 pm EDT, then continuing our conversation on Google Hangouts On Air from 11:30 pm-ish until 12:00 am-ish EDT...
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Making your mark in Hollywood is no easy feat. Putting it all out on the line is what Michael Fassbender, the subject of this show's episode, is attempting to do by the film choices he's made. Our focus will be on three of... more

Once you've had the opportunity to see the documentary "Rubble Kings", you will be awed by the many truths about what gang life was really like back in the late 60's, and the early to mid-70's in New York. The sense of community, and the... more

Life is a funny thing. Many times you get out of it what you put into it; in some cases you get much, much more. The film "Searching For Sugar Man" is one of those moment in life that everyone gets a little something to smile about, and... more

In the 1960's, thrillers were the "Name of the Game" on network television (pun intended). Spy series were especially successful. So much so that more than 40 plus years later, their allure has beckoned a new generation of fans,... more

Ever since I was a kid, I've always been facinated by the martial arts, and the mysticism surrounding this ancient art of self defense. My introduction to the martial arts, came from different televison shows and and many blockbuster... more

With all the world issues out there, we need a bit of balance to bring things back into focus. So what's wrong with a little comedy to help level the field. Life has shown us too many bad cops of late; and not enough of the truly good cops;... more

Imitation is one of the best forms of flattery. The movie "The Warriors" is a fictional film based on the true life street gangs of New York, back in the late 60's to mid 70's. Both films are an interesting look into the prevailing turbulence of... more

Some actors have the ability to bring you into the characters they portray on the screen; Paul Walker had that type of presence. His films may not have lived up to Hollywood's "litmus test" for best picture, but that didn't take away the fact that... more

The world seems to be changing; becoming more sophisticated. Old antidotes make way for new technology. The spy game is more sophisticated too. Who knew there would be a division of the FBI that investigates "Cyber... more

This is the second episode of our two part horror series about "Monsters", but this time it's monsters out of the shadows. We've all had a few movies that have given us the creeps or scared us a bit. From the early days of film to present day,... more