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  • Mamo #348: Not Captain America

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    Mamo returns! We talk Canadian Film Day, The Dew Over, and conduct a general roundtable about everything that isn’t Captain America 2.

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  • Cinecast Episode 349 – Smell the Glove

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    You’d think this were an episode of “Coast to Coast.” Aliens, Elvis, Stonehenge, Witches, talking birds, dragons, world war III and amps that go to eleven. Matt Gamble is a special guest this week to talk about the “exhausting marathon” that is The Raid 2. We dive into the psyche of Nigel and David and lament the loss of all the past drummers. This is Spinal Tap in all its glory folks (now kick our assess, we insist!) Kurt saw Rio 2 for some reason and Andrew continues MSPIFF with Witching & Bitching and accidentally watches the “wrong movie” when he confuses Kevin MacDonald for Bruce MacDonald. Everything feels loose and foggy in this episode for some reason. Which is just the way Jonathan Glazer (Under the Skin) likes it.

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  • After the Credits Episode 149: Interview with That Burning Feeling Director Jason James

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    A mid month podcast? What’s going on?!

    During last year’s Vancouver International Film Festival, I had the opportunity to see Jason James’ romantic comedy – about STDs – That Burning Feeling (review). I also had the chance to catch up with director Jason James shortly after he introduced the movie. We made our way to the lobby where we chatted for 20 minutes, complete with a walk through part by a very chatty group of ladies, about everything from the cast and writing strong characters to the Vancouver dating and real estate scene.

    That Burning Feeling opens in Vancouver and various other Canadian cities on Friday, April 11th. Stay up to date with the movie’s release via their Facebook page.

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  • Cinecast Episode 348 – Immediately to Eleven

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    So Game of Thrones is finally back on the air with a brand new season. Does it live up to the wait we had to endure or was it a bit of a let down? Matt and Kurt also deliver a back and forth on the two wide to semi-wide theatrical releases this week in Captain America: Winter Soldier as well as Jodorowsky’s Dune. We dive into a very Red Dawn in which fantasy and reality’s lines are blurred which Kurt takes quite an issue with. The Minneapolis Film Festival is in full swing and Google and Bollywood make their appearances known. Danny Boyle is in the mix along and apparently the 90s b-squad is going for a comeback in Jerome Sable’s Stage Fright. Seriously, Minnie Driver is still around?

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  • Cinecast Episode 347 – Two Princes

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    Part II is here. We talked Vol I of Lars Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac last week, we finish that conversation this week in all its glorious whippiness and lack of Udo Kier. Then 1984 is continued with Prince and The Revolution, not Lake Minnetonka, Clarence Williams III, First Avenue and laughing in the Purple Rain. But we’re still on a weekend hangover from the Frabramble wedding party so we keep it short with no Watch List. But next week will get crazy with Game of Thrones starting up and also Andrew hitting M-SPIFF.

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  • Cinecast Episode 346 – …And then Christian Slater Shat Himself

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    Kurt Halfyard boards a plane to Minneapolis specifically to talk face-to-face with Andrew about his two favorite things: his Doppelgänger, Russell Crowe and The Bible. Sex is everywhere with Lars Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac (vol 1). We skip 1984 this week but will be back next with Purple Rain and Part II of the sex movie. Fifteen years have passed, yet we still love to talk about the mind blowing nature of The Matrix. And we cap it off with Noah’s double bill, Snowpiercer (sorry about the *MILD SPOILERS* on a film that has not played domestically yet – Kurt gets a bit carried away – but really what is said in this episode does not dent the number of turns/revelations in the film, which we suppose, is itself a spoiler…)

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  • Mamo #347: Days of Future Last

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    Summer begins now! Welcome to the annual Mamo Summer Box Office Competition, and this, our kickoff episode – in which the Matts lay out their vague theories on how things will go down in the domestic marketplace for the summer of 2014.

    To download this episode, use this URL: http://rowthree.com/audio/mamo/mamo347.mp3

    Use this thread to enter the contest. Entries are valid between March 30 and April 30, 2014.

    Rules:

    THE SUMMER STARTS ON MAY 1 AND ENDS ON AUGUST 31, in terms of movies you can pick. Please work by domestic release dates only and with domestic grosses only. Scores will be tabulated after the Toronto International Film Festival is over.

    Players will submit the following:

    Top ten films, in order of total grosses. Also total gross $ amount and opening weekend gross $ amount. So as an example, submissions should look like this:

    1. Kind Hearts and Coronets, $402 million, $175 million
    2. The Ruling Class, $375 million, $150 million

    Points awarded for:

    A. 1-10 Points for film rankings. If you are bang on (your #1 pick comes in #1) you get 10. If you are 5 places away (your #8 film comes in #3) you get 5, etc.

    B. 10 bonus points for every film who’s gross you have within 5 million of the actual gross.

    C. 5 bonus points for every film who’s gross you have within 10 million of the actual gross.

    D. 1 bonus point for every film who’s gross you have within 20 million of the actual gross.

    E. 10 Bonus Points for every film who’s opening weekend gross is within $1 million of the actual opening weekend gross.

    F. 5 Bonus Points for every film who’s opening weekend gross is within $5 million of the actual opening weekend gross.

    G. 1 Bonus Point for every film who’s opening weekend gross is within $10 million of the actual opening weekend gross.

    E. 10 point bonus for every film you have ranked correctly AND within 5 million of the actual gross AND within $1 million of the opening weekend gross.

    F. For the purposes of calculating weekends – Films opening on a Wednesday are counted until the first Sunday they are released. Films opening on Memorial Day weekend are counted until the following Monday. Films opening the week of July 4 are counted from whenever they open in that week until the first Sunday of their release. Example – Spiderman opens on Tuesday, July 3. Your guess for weekend gross would actually be its 6 day total, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

  • After the Credits Episode 148: April Preview

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    The calendar still says spring but the movies are clearly screaming summer. A new Marvel movie, a couple of indies, a handful of horror movies and some kick ass action in this month’s line-up means that there’s a little something to get even Dale (Letterboxd), Colleen and I (Letterboxd) excited.

    And the Wagner doc I couldn’t remember… it’s Wagner & Me with Stephen Fry.

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  • Mamo #346: Convergent

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    Matt and Matt deconstruct the mid-range success of the high-expectations Divergent, walks away from Muppets Most Wanted, and announces the 2014 Mamo Road Trip.

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  • Mamo #345: Veronica Mamo

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    10 years after Serenity, what do we make of the latest fanbase-cum-motion-picture boondoggle, Veronica Mars, and its digital-download boondoggle, UltraViolet? Plus conversation about The Grand Budapest Hotel, Ghostbusters III, Star Wars VII, and more vidja game movies. Also, be careful: we speak out about Apple, which apparently carries vast cosmic karmic consequences.

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  • Cinecast Episode 345 – One Persian Cat. Deceased.

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    We boys mourn the loss of True Detective, and anticipate the upcoming Game of Thrones, but in this small gap between prestige TV projects from HBO, it was a pretty damn good weekend at the multiplex. A spirited if brief discussion on the pros and cons of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, including Ralph Fiennes’s gift for comedy, Jeff Goldblum’s facial hair, Harvey Keitel’s pectorals, F. Murray Abraham being frozen in time, and underwritten supporting roles for Tilda Swinton and Saorise Ronan. We then discus sexual assault by cunnilingus with Matt Gamble’s wife, Angela, along with other assorted Me-Decade insensitivites in the ongoing 1984 Project feature: Revenge of the Nerds.

    Kurt weighs in on the strange Canadian psycho-thriller Enemy which features Toronto as a sickly concrete hellscape and two Jakes (Gyllenhaal’s that is.) He thinks it is the best thing released theatrically in 2014 so far. Our Watch List as diverse as old-timey Miramax product, Chocolat, Teller’s documentary on art and craft and forgery, Tim’s Vermeer and an early 1990s bit of hipster TV, Fishing with John. Have at it.

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  • Mamo #344: Narrative

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    News about TIFF Kids, the Time Bandits Podcast, and Shorts That Are Not Pants; followed by further discussion of narrative and storytelling in the genres we call “video game movies” and “comic book movies.” It’s a Marvel! Join us.

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