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Reel Talk Podcast #20 – Four Completely Different Films? Maybe….

November 28, 2012

In this episode, Demetri and I discuss Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm – clearly, the biggest movie news of the week. We also finally get around to reviewing the movies we chose for each other for our feature You Pick Two, where each of us pick two movies we recommend for the other guy to watch. I chose my Steve James’ “The Interrupters”, a film from last year that made it to the number one slot of my Top Ten list and “Five Minutes of Heaven” from 2009 starring Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt. I watched Miguel Arteta’s “Youth in Revolt”, also from 2009, and a 70s classic “Marathon Man” from John Schlesinger, starring Dustin Hoffman and Sir Laurence Olivier.  Check it out and hear what we think about these films and why we recommended them.

 EPISODE 19 – Breakdown

  • Intro
  • Movie News – Is there any other news other than Star Wars news? Surprisingly, yes, but we manage to cover a few more items.
  • You Pick Two – Demetri watched “The Interrupters” and “Five Minutes of Heaven”, while I watched “Youth in Revolt” and “Marathon Man”
  • Announcements: Go to the Patio theater the last weekend of November for special screening of 1984’s “The Karate Kid” and in December for some classic holiday movie viewing!

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