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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.
Movie Addict HQ invites you to our Seventh Anniversary Party featuring clips of famous guests, favorite shows, a book giveaway and other goodies. Joining the festivities are: Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari, Mr. Show Biz George Bettinger, film historian James Colt Harrison and Classic Film Guide founder Diana Saenger. The list of popular guests to be spotlighted includes such fascinating film folks as Cloris Leachman, Barry Bostwick, Tanna Frederick, Rita Moreno, Morgan Lawrence, Lizette Amado-Bettinger, Misha Zubarev, Tony Babino, Kevin Costner, J Blair Brown, Chuck Skull, Dragon Dronet, Mack Bates, Nell Minow, Richard Jack Smith, Stephen Simon, Nancy Lombardo, David Spaltro, Marilyn Ferdinand, George Clooney, Julie Andrews, Susan Marg, Emmanuel Itier, and Jack Lemmon.
Plus, the Top Ten episodes during the last twelve months will be revealed as well as the guest with the most listeners during the past seven years. Film-related books to be given away in a random drawing at this Anniversary Celebration include: Me and Orson Welles by Robert Kaplow; Hollywood or Bust by Susan Marg; Confessions of a Movie Addict by Betty Jo Tucker; and It Had To Be Us by Harry & Elizabeth Lawrence.
The return of our podcast is going to be a more of a intro and how to podcast
Gangster Sonny is the big man in the Bronx neighborhood of an Italian small boy named Calogero. A shooting witnessed by the boy (nicknamed C) is the starting point of a lasting bond between the gangster and the boy. Father (bus driver Lorenzo), however, disapproves. C grows up under the wing of both men, torn between his own natural honesty and his fascination with Sonny. C's neighborhood cronies get involved in theft, use of guns, and racial fights. When C falls for an African American girl, things don't get any easier. C's leap to manhood is marked by tragedy, but also by his recognition of the many faces of love.
Robert De Niro...(Lorenzo)
Lillo Brancato...(Calogero, age 17)
Francis Capra...Calogero (Age 9)
Terry Noonan returns home to New York's Hells Kitchen after a ten year absence. He soon hooks up with childhood pal Jackie who is involved in the Irish mob run by his brother Frankie. Terry also rekindles an old flame with Jackie's sister Kathleen. Soon, however, Terry is torn between his loyalty to his friends and his loyalties to others.
Starring: Sean Penn, Gary Oldman, Ed Harris
Directed by: Phil Joanou
TALKING ABOUT DC'S NEW THE FLASH COSTUME FOR THE TV SHOW.
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.
We'll review the priemier of THE FLASH (deduting Oct. 7th on the CW) and the lastest TRANSFOMERS movie. We'll open the floor to topics chosen by our listeners so come on by and talk, talk, talk.
The new series, a spinoff of sorts from DC Comics-based action drama “Arrow,” represents a significant investment of programming time for the oft-overlooked network.
The new television series starring Grant Gustin (“Glee”) as Barry Allen, a police scientist who becomes the fastest man alive, premieres Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. in what will be its regular Tuesday time slot. At 9 p.m. the next night, the first episode will get an encore airing following the Season 3 premiere of “Arrow.” “The Flash’s” second episode, airing Oct. 14, similarly receives a post-”Arrow” encore showing Oct. 15.
The Barry Allen version of the Flash first appeared in 1956 and was a founding member of the Justice League of America. He has been the subject of a previous live-action TV series — the 1990 CBS series “The Flash,” which starred John Wesley Shipp.
A black uniformed policeman is recruited by a devious drug enforcement agent to infiltrate a smuggling organization seeking to expand into designer drugs. This 'ugly side of the war on drugs' explores the context of race, identity and hypocrisy within a brutal and alienating investigation.
Lawrence Fishburne as Russell Stevens/Johnny "John" Hull
Jeff Goldblum as David Jason
Charles Martin Smith as DEA Agent Gerald Carver
Victoria Dillard as Betty McCutcheon
Gregory Sierra as Felix Barbossa
Glynn Turman as Russell Stevens Sr.
Clarence Williams III as Taft
Kamala Lopez-Dawson as Belinda Chacon
Franklin Hatchet (Chris Tucker) is a small time con man who instantly becomes famous after a murder, wanted dead or alive, his only hope is a journalist named James Russell (Sheen)
Chris Tucker as Franklin Hatchett
Charlie Sheen as James Russell
Heather Locklear as Grace Cipriani
Elise Neal as Paula
Paul Sorvino as Guy Cipriani
Larry Hankin as Roland
Michael Wright as Aaron