Without much going on in theaters currently, Andrew and Kurt take to the internet and discuss the current VOD release of The Brass Teapot starring Juno Temple and Michael Angarano. A quiet little 80s style suburban fable with a a dash of Dante, a sprinkle of The Great Recession and a dollop of light bondage. Andrew sorts out his security issues with the Google-machine and the video edition returns. All the better to see you with (my dear) as we delve further into the Orson Scott Card boycott – which is a do-over of the Polanski debates had on previous Cinecast shows. Andrew finds pleasure in needling our frequent co-host, Matt Gamble, when he can’t defend himself. The Watch List is also Polanski heavy as well TV-talk with disparate subjects ranging from “Game of Thrones” season 2, and the long running medical dramedy with Zach Braff in “Scrubs.” We delve into the 1% defense examined in Richard Gere’s Arbitrage and sad-sack Stallone in James Mangold’s Copland.
As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and again, thanks for listening!
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Full show notes and VIDEO version are under the seats…
~ VIDEO VERSION OF THIS EPISODE ~
~ SHOW DETAILS/SEGMENT TIMES ~
|Review (The Brass Teapot):||17:10|
|Op/ed (The Polanski/Card syndrome):||48:37|
|The Watch List:||1:14:35|
|Outro music:||3:06:29 – 3:08:39|
José López Rodero & Johnny Depp
The Ninth Gate
CLOSING BUMPER MUSIC:
Tokyo Police Club
~ IN-HOUSE BUSINESS ~
~ REVIEW ~
~ OP/ED ~
– Discussion on Orson Scott Card / Roman Polanski (boycotting celebrities)
~ THE WATCH LIST ~
– “Scrubs” (seasons 1-2)
– “Life of Pi” (book)
– Rosemary’s Baby (minor spoilers)
– The Ninth Gate
– “Game of Thrones (season 2)
~ OTHER STUFF MENTIONED ~
~ NEXT WEEK ~
– Oz: The Great and Powerful
– Dead Man Down
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