Cinecast Episode 236 – Ocular Coitus

While our friend Matt Gamble is still on the mend (not from a boating accident), Kurt and Andrew grew a bit tired of executing these shows together all alone and reached towards the heavens above for this episodes guest host: Aaron Hartung (aka the dude who lives upstairs). Aaron also happens to work for the best cinema chain in town, Landmark Theaters; not...

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Second “One Day” Trailer – A Much Different Film Than Previously Thought

    So not exactly 180 degrees different, but this second trailer gives Lone Scherfig’s One Day a quite different feel than the first trailer. The first one was overly sappy romantic comedy hijinx with a horrible voice over (sounded like the guy from the fake Shining trailer). This time around, it’s still got many of the major plot points...

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“One Day” Trailer

    Being a big Anne Hathaway fan has cost me a little (see Bride Wars). But it’s also been a lot of fun and easy to maintain the crush with other things before and since. This trailer doesn’t do much to inspire me, but it does have a couple major pluses. One, Patricia Clarkson; ’nuff said. But secondly, this is the sophomore effort...

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“One Day” with Hathaway and Sturgess

 Ever since Rachel Getting Married graced our movie screens in 2008, I’ve pretty much been on a non-stop Anne Hathaway kick. And while nothing has really come close to her performance as Kym in said film, I nonetheless seek out anything she’ll be appearing in (including her fun performance in Alice in Wonderland (our R3view)). I’ve also...

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Your Favorite Film Adaptation?

With one of my personal top picks from this year’s TIFF hitting theaters this Friday, Lone Scherfig’s An Education is a prime example of an adaptation done exquisitely, and in this case it’s journalist Lynn Barber’s personal memoir. With the always-necessary names and events altered to respect those who lived it in the flesh, veteran...

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