inally back to business with actual, theatrical reviews. The boys were able to catch two this week with Theodore Melfi’s Hidden Figures
and Adam Driver starring in Paterson
. For the former, the “Bottle Shock” effect perhaps works in the film’s favor. For the latter, by not spoiling anything, we kind of spoil it; it’ll make sense after a listen. Despite some reminiscing on the passing of one of The Cinecast’s favorite character actors in Miguel Ferrer
, we are able to find the bright side and general positivity throughout the rest of the show that also includes a short Watch List of faux documentaries, a film debut from a now well-known and respected director, and… well, the mastication of feces – but at least it was on 35mm. Sit back and enjoy the bus ride!
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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Intro: :00 – 2:35
Trailer construction: 2:37 – 11:20
Miguel Ferrer: 11:21 – 15:20
Hidden Figures: 15:21 – 43:58
Paterson: 44:00 – 1:15:52
The Watch List: 1:15:53 – 1:52:09
Upcoming films/Outro: 1:52:10 – 2:00:05
Closing Music: 1:57:14 – 2:00:49
THE WATCH LIST:
– Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
– Operation Avalanche
Why do movie trailers have their titles at the end?
Miguel Ferrer R.I.P.
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