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8:10 – weekend recap
Show Topic(s) – SPY FILM Mania Top 10 Best Spy Films EVER
Spy films Franchise
Film – Kingsmen
Star(s)- Colin Firth
Director- Matthew Vaughn
Producer/Studio- Marv Films/Fox
A spy organization recruits an unrefined, but promising street kid into the agency's ultra-competitive training program, just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.
8:30pm- Top Ten SPY Characters
9:00pm – Great Spy TV Shows
Person of Interest
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Spy. Melissa McCarthy seems to have people cracking up with this one, and even critics are giving this Paul Feig effort the thumbs up. But, is this one really worth it? We'll let you know if you need to get to a theater, or if you should pass it up.
We'll also answer listener questions, and give you a preview of what's on the horizon.
One of the best romantic cowboy films. Who could forget Bud and Sissys turbulent relationship. Why did this cowboy romantic film became so famous among us? This movie sent county music on an all time high. The movie produced a hit soundtrack creating memories of Debra Winger and John Travoltra. I love this film and it changed how I viewed some things. What did this film change for you? Tune in Saturday at 6 pm for Movies to Love to see why was this movie pinned so many times. Hey you can watch it now before the show at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001K38XNC?ref_=imdbref_tt_wbr_aiv&tag=imdbtag_tt_wbr_aiv-20
This is the end of the month of August. Recap the movies of Irina Palm and Vibrator. Indeed, the shows were limited because of other obligations. What was the most exciting elements of the movies? Did they make you think the right thing or the wrong thing? Did it make you look at your neighbor differently? How were the technical aspects of the film" did you agree or disagree? Could it be better or could you create one that's better? Tune in to Movies to Love Indie Films, Sundays at 6pm. Other times may apply.
The quintessential "Who Done It" is never more evident than in a spy thriller. In many cases, there are so many spies, you can't tell the good ones from the bad ones; which government is the righteous one or which one isn't. Who do you trust, the rogue agent. the double agent or the spy you know...or think you know. I don't know if we have the answer (...no sercets here), but we do have a few films to share with you, that are definitely worth your attention...spy to spy and all!
Who can forget the memorable 1984 movie of a handy man who teaches a young man who moved from one coast to the other, who is being bullied? This is an awesome and touching movie. He teaches him martial arts to fight the right way. This is a great movie to watch with the family and teaching moments. This is one of the movies that has moments movie goers don’t forget.Tune in Saturday at 6 pm for Movies to Love.
Host William Battle discusses movies we can watch from the comfort of our own homes now that summer blockbuster season is officially coming to a close. We will pick a movie from a few genres that you might be interested in watching for yourself or with a few loved ones.
Hosted by William Battle