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The Movie Geeks speak with film composer Kevin Riepl about his latest score Cabin Fever: Patient Zero.
Plus, the latest movie news, including HBO's planned remake of Westworld, the passing of Lauren Bacall, and who we think should have won Best Picture every year throughout the 1990's.
The Movie Geeks speak with actress/director Zoe Quist, whose thriller Raw Cut and drama Mining for Ruby are now available through VOD. Plus, director Mark Jackson discusses his searing drama War Story starring Catherine Keener and Ben Kingsley.
Plus, a rountable discussion on modern film noirs, the pleasures of bad cinema, and reviews of Guardians of the Galaxy and Get On Up.
The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including Edge of Tomorrow and The Fault in Our Stars, and discuss the box office standing of Tom Cruise, the resurgance of the teen drama, and the most overated actors of all time.
Plus, new contributor Adam Long reveals the latest blu-ray releases for the month of June.
Brick is a 2005 American neo-noir thriller film written and directed by Rian Johnson, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
A hardboiled detective story that takes place in a Californian suburb. Most of the main characters are high school students. The film draws heavily in plot, characterization, and dialogue from hardboiled classics, especially from Dashiell Hammett. The title refers to a block of heroin, compressed roughly to the size and shape of a brick.
The film is widely regarded as a cult classic.
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The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed animator Bill Plympton about his latest film Cheatin'. Plus, reviews of the latest releases, including Godzilla and Chef, and discussions on the resurrection of Blade Runner 2, the new definitive Twin Peaks blu-ray box set, and much more.
A young black pianist becomes embroiled in the lives of an upper-class white family set among the racial tensions, infidelity, violence, and other nostalgic events in early 1900s New York City
Director: Milos Forman
James Cagney - New York Police Commissioner Rhinelander Waldo
Howard E. Rollins Jr. - Coalhouse Walker Jr.
Brad Dourif - Younger Brother
Elizabeth McGovern - Evelyn Nesbit
Debbie Allen - Sarah
Robert Joy - Henry Thaw
Norman Mailer - Stanford White
James Olson - Father
Mary Steenburgen - Mother
The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including The Amazing Spiderman 2 and Fading Gigolo, and discuss this week's movie headlines, including the passing of actor Bob Hoskins, the popularity of faith-based cinema, Star Wars Episode VII casting news, and a list of more obscure 80's movie goodness.
Plus, the premiere of Henry Jackman's score for Captain America: The Winter Solider.
The Movie Geeks speak with directors Molly Green and James Leffler about their new romantic comedy Forev, which opens in theaters on May 1.
Plus, reviews of the latest releases, plus discussions on the eccentric genius of John Milius, one of Martin Scorsese's darkest films, and more obscure films from the 80's.
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