It’s a smart and kind of creepy week in Cinema 3, where I look back at Dennis Quaid in the Wonder Boys ripoff called Smart People; celebrate National Canadian Film Day with David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers; and celebrate even more the great American filmmaker John Sayles’ excellent Lone Star. Plus, as usual I look at this week’s new releases in theatres and on home video. Visit sundaynightincinema3.com for more about the podcast, to leave comments on the episode, to see my social media links, including my Patreon. Joining my Patreon for as low as $1 per month grants you access to not only exclusive podcast stuff, but also comics, games, illustrations, discounts, blood rituals, and all kinds of things. Thanks as always for listening!
Catching up on the schedule this week with an all-Clooney episode where I talk about seeing Leatherheads ten years ago in Cinema 3, then look at Steven Soderbergh’s version of Solaris, and I connect the dots by looking at Preston Sturges and the Coen Brothers’ O Brother, Where Art Thou? Plus the usual look at this week’s new releases in theatre and on home video. Check out the Sunday Night in Cinema 3 website at sundaynightincinema3.com and while you’re there, follow me at my social media accounts and check out my Patreon. My patrons get access to exclusive content and the occasional treat in the mail for as low as a dollar a month. Thanks as always for your support and for listening!
Last week’s episode ran so late that I’m just going to release it back to back with this week’s episode! In this one I look back at a film called Stop-Loss that was pretty grim then and unfortunately is still pretty relevant now. I also babble about some favourite political films and last week’s new releases in theatre and on home video. Be sure to check the website at SundayNightInCinema3.com for more about the podcast as well as social media links and a link to my Patreon. Patrons of my various projects get exclusive behind the scenes reward and occasional treats in the mail for as low as a dollar a month. Thanks as always for your support and for listening!
April fools’ day brings us the worst film I saw ten years ago (Roland Emmerich’s 10,000 BC) and the worst film in my DVD collection, a creepy Canadian kids’ film called Gooby starring Robbie Coltrane and Eugene Levy. I also talk about some of the worst films I’ve ever seen in the theatre, and review some of the new releases in theatre now.
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This week I travel to the future to check out the fun but strange post-apocalyptic film Doomsday starring Rhona Mitra, then back to the past to work up a sweat with Tony Leung in Ang Lee’s Lust, Caution. Plus I talk about this week’s new releases in theatres and on home video, which inspires a bit of a ramble about animation. Check it out at sundaynightincinema3.com, where you can also find links to my Patreon and social media. Thanks as always for listening.
This week I try to calculate the point of Vantage Point, speculate about what I will be seeing in summer blockbuster season, and salivate over Louis Koo in his snappy suspense film Accident. Plus, I love Love, Simon. Visit the website at sundaynightincinema3.com for all this and more, including where to find me on social media and details about how you could be listening to me read books about Mr. T if you were my patron at patreon.com/scottmarshall!
This week I look back at the Hayden Christensen teleportation movie Jumper, talk about this week’s new releases, expand on my criticisms of Hollywood from last week, and finally I am transported to the sweaty romance of The Lover starring Jane March and Tony Leung Ka Fai. Visit the Sunday Night in Cinema 3 website for more about the podcast and the original blog it came from, or to find our social media links.
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This week on Sunday Night in Cinema 3 I rant a little about the Oscars and Hollywood, reassess the film I saw ten years ago this week (Definitely Maybe, starring Ryan Reynolds), and watch a film from my DVD collection called Monster Thursday, a Norwegian film about a love triangle and surfing. I also look at this week’s new releases in theatre and on home video. Visit the Sunday Night in Cinema 3 website for more about the podcast and the archives of the original blog that inspired it, plus links to social media.
This week was a rerun in Cinema 3 ten years ago, so this episode is a little shorter since I don’t need to talk about The Bucket List again. I do talk about a trippy new film called Annihilation and a romantic comedy classic called Fever Pitch, starring Colin Firth. Thanks for listening. You can find the podcast on iTunes or visit Sundaynightincinema3.com for a link to the episode, where you can also leave comments and find Sunday Night in Cinema 3 on your favourite social medium.
Black Panther! The Bucket List! Call Me By Your Name! And the best film of 2008! It’s a pretty good week for movies. Visit the website at sundaynightincinema3.com for more information and if you like the podcast, consider supporting my patreon at patreon.com/scottmarshall. Thanks as always for listening!