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Join film critic Betty Jo Tucker, a confirmed movie addict, as she rants and raves about all things cinematic with co-host Jazz Shaw, producer Nikki Starr and noted movie critics – plus lots of fascinating film folks.

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Movie Addict Headquarters pays tribute to James Horner, the composer of such memorable movie scores as Titanic, A Beautiful Mind, Avatar, Braveheart, Field of Dreams and The Spiderwick Chronicles. Noted film critics Richard Jack Smith and A.J. Hakari join in this celebration of Horner's impressive contributions to the cinema. Smith is the soundtrack reviewer for ReelTalk Movie Reviews, and Hakari contributes movie reviews to various sites including his own popular blog CineSlice. Sadly, Horner died in a plane crash on June 22nd at age 61. He left behind a remarkable reputation as one of the greatest film composers of all time. He boasts 125 composing credits on the Internet Movie Data Base (IMDb). His score for Titanic earned him an Oscar, and his popular My Heart Will Go On also won an Academy Award as Best Original Song the same year. Plus, Horner received many additional Oscar nominations during his illustrious career. Here's a list of his other Academy Award nominated film scores: Avatar, House of Sand and Fog, A Beautiful Mind, Apollo 13, Braveheart, Field of Dreams, An American Tail, and Aliens. Horner also won two Golden Globe Awards, three Satellite Awards, three Saturn Awards, and has been nominated for three British Academy Film Awards.
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Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari returns for a discussion of the best and worst DVD offerings released this month. "What Happens in Vegas," "Smart People," "Prom Night," and the "Hannah Montana" concert film are among movies to be... more

Tom Barnes, author of "Casablanca Film Trivia: Here's Looking at You, Kid," joins Betty Jo Tucker, Diana Saenger, Nikki Starr and Jazz Shaw for a tribute to one of America's favorite classic movies.

Filmmaker David Worth drops by to discuss his informative and exciting new book, "The Citizen Kane Crash Course in Cinematography."

Todd Fisher brings listeners up to date on the Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Motion Picture Museum -- and more Debbie fans call in with their personal tributes to her. Film critic James Colt Harrison and Debbie fan Gloria Walters return to help... more

Octavio Gomez Berrios, winner of the 2008 Method Fest Breakthrough Actor Award, drops by to talk about his key role in ‘Harrison Montgomery,” a gritty and ethereal indie film also starring Oscar winner Martin Landau. Director Daniel... more

Debbie Reynolds has entertained audiences and made them laugh for over half a century -- and she's still going strong! Special guests: Todd Fisher, Debbie's son and director of her Hollywood Motion Picture Museum, plus noted film... more

Will 'The Dark Knight' achieve blockbuster status? Film critics Diana Saenger and Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari join Betty Jo Tucker and Nikki Starr for a discussion about this summer’s blockbuster movies.

John Havens, BTR’s Vice-President of Business Development, joins Betty Jo Tucker and Nikki Starr to talk about his experience as a movie actor. John spent 15 years in the acting profession and has appeared in the following films:... more

Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari and John P. McCarthy join Betty Jo Tucker and Nikki Starr to discuss "Hancock" as well as the best and worst superhero movies ever made.

Chris Lemmon visits MAHQ to discuss his father's impressive film career as well as "A Twist of Lemmon," his fascinating Jack Lemmon biography.

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