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Besides the summer the holidays do bring us the best in new movies. And I just realized there's more this season than just the new Star Wars :) Creed is another one on my list of must see movies. So tonight we're going to talk about what's coming up moviewise in the next few weeks. Best break from the shopping and the family.... 2 hours with a bucket of popcorn and some great film making. Can't wait for Star Wars? Or you need to hear about everything else that's out there? Join me tonight for the holiday movie preview.
A lots being made about how the holidays are too commercial, that we’re missing the whole meaning behind the true essence of what the holiday spirit once represented. Things like family, friends, goodwill, etc., seem to get swept under (an ever growing) rug. The same is happening in the film industry; especially when it comes to "Holiday Movies". These days, there’s an abundance of movies made especially for the holidays, which seem to fall short of the old quality over quantity adage. What happened to the sentiment and magic we felt while watching some of the classic holiday films? Why can’t films today be more like the classics, or at least cast a similar light, say with a modern twist? That’s the dilemma, and our inspiration for this episode of "A Reel Point Of View"; to talk about the state of the holiday movies being put out today. How do they compare to those classic gems from Hollywood's golden age? Let’s talk about what works in those movies; that may not work so well in a more modern approach. Join the conversation; tell us what do you think?
What would you do if you’re a film maker and everything is fine at first and suddenly things begin to take a turn for the worst! What would you do if you’re attacked, would you stay and continue the trip? Now, this move is not for sensitive viewer and you must be over 18 to view. This movie at first seems light hearted and fun, but make sure you watch the film all the way through before you pick up the phone. Tune in for Movies to Love Indie films for a deep discussion of Sorgoi Prakov film. You don’t want to miss this! Sunday at 6:30 pm.
What do you do when all is what you see in a neighborhood that traps you? Your parents have issues; you have to go live with your grandparents. Life for Kaydee seems to just disappear right before his eyes. Under suspicions for just being who you are, what is life really going to be like for you? Does it really make you think? Tune in for Movies to Love for a discussion on Menace II Society Sunday at 6:30pm. Let’s go Deep this month.
This year there's a lot of great movies. Movies based on Musicals, Movies based on real life and of course Movies based on well... just screenplays :) Tune it tonight to find out what's come out and what's coming out for this holiday season. For just you or the entire family, there's something for every taste.
Happy Holidays to you and yours!!! What are your Holiday Traditions? Are you starting a Holiday Tradition? What is a Holiday Tradition? What is your favorite song for the Holidays and why? Favorite food; those must haves. Now what will you do with all those left overs? What was your favorite gift you received? How do you say Thank You to a gift that isn't what you want? When do you take your tree down? Plus we will announce our Holiday Traditions winner and hear their Holiday Tradition.
In the sixth episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli talk about new movies on demand such as "Love and Mercy," Time Out of Mind" and "Cooties." Bill Bregoli and Bill McCuddy tell stories about meeting the real Brian Wilson and wonder aloud if Richard Gere is the most stylish homeless man in the movies. The guys also talk about The Late Show with Stephen Colbert which may only be a week old but that doesn't stop them from giving a progress report. Oh, and there's a brief appearance by Kai the Social Media Guy who somehow managed to squeeze into our tiny studio.
In this premiere episode New York film ciritics Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli discuss what's going on at the movies this week. In particular the focus is on "Rikki and the Flash" and its star Meryl Streep. Other subjects include Amy Schumer and her film "Trainwreck" as well as new movies avialable On Demand.
In this episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli are joined by Justine Browning as they talk about the new Ridley Scott space adventure "The Martian." And speaking of "The Martian" Bill bregoli has clips of Matt Damon, RIdley Scott and Jessica Chastain talking about making the film. Justine gives her view of "The Walk" and we also talk about new DVD and Blu Ray releases "Spy" and "Entourage." And we also talk about the new On Demand films "Manhattan Romance" and "The Connection." And just for good measure we wonder about the future of movie theaters in this age of flat-screens and cell phones.
On this episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies Niel Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli talk about the new Robert DeNiro - Anne Hathaway comedy "The Intern" and Bill Bregoli has interview clips from both stars. And the guys talk about what's it's like to interview DeNiro (not easy) and they ask why people hate Anne Hathaway. The guys also talk about "Ashby" and a documentary about designer Yves St. Laurent. And speaking of documentaries, they discuss "Drunk, Stoned, Brilliant, Dead," the new film about the National Lampoon and Bill Bregoli tells how he actually got published in the magazine.
Naughty, Naughty, Naughty. This was a very bad month in movies. Between, big bad mama, hell on wheels, and Cleopatra Jones, how bad did you see yourself. These movies really engaged the mind to what independent films are all about creating a moment in place and time. These movies give the viewer an escape to become the fantasy in the film. It gives the chance to see, feel, and think it. Of course some of it we don’t want to act it out. Films give that escape and I will tell you why is good and not so good, along with recapping this months shows. New time! Tune in Sundays at 6:30 pm for movies to love Indie Films. I bet you've been naughty, maybe nice?
In this fourth Episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli discuss People, Places, Things and Aloha which are now available On Demand as well as some new documentaries - one about The Who and another about comedian Barry Crimmins. They also go over a list of best movies by female directors and they discuss Regal Cinema's new policy of searching moviegoers' bags in theaters. Bill McCuddy also talks about a new law brought about from a tragedy that happened to Stephen Colbert. So a lot is covered in just a half-hour of your time.
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