This week I look back at Cloverfield, the first actual good movie in Cinema 3 that year. From the DVD collection it’s a dreamy slice of Americana called My Blueberry Nights, directed by Wong Kar Wai. Plus, as usual I look at this week’s new releases on the big screen and home video, plus I’ll rant a little bit about when fan entitlement becomes sexist and racist harassment. Listen here or check it out in the iTunes store!
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This week I revisit the dreadful film that started this whole thing ten years ago, National Treasure: Book of Secrets starring Nicolas Cage and a bunch of great actors who needed to build summer homes. I also look at the new releases for this week in theatre and on home video; pontificate a little about the Oscars and how Hollywood is not your friend; and reminisce about the one time I (barely) participated in making a film called Vendetta: No Conscience, No Mercy, which starred Daniel Baldwin, John Novak, Wings Hauser, and half of the Saint John Theatre Company.
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Sunday Night in Cinema 3 returns with a look back at First Sunday starring Ice Cube and Tracy Morgan, as well as the early days of my love of movies; a look forward at this week’s new releases; and a look sideways at the trippy Ryan Reynolds film The Nines. Visit Sundaynightincinema3.com to learn more about the podcast and find our social media links. Thanks for listening!
This week I am talking about remakes versus original versions, most notably a great Chinese film you may not have seen called Infernal Affairs. I also start down an autobiographical road during the intermission, looking at the beginnings of my love for film and to a lesser extent, film criticism. Plus, my reactions to the trailers for the films coming out this week. As always you can catch up or learn more at sundaynightincinema3.com.
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It’s the first episode! It’s got a look back at 2017’s best and worst films, a reassessment of One Missed Call starring Ed Burns, and an appreciation of the suspense classic The Vanishing. Learn more at sundaynightincinema3.com!
This “FAQ” episode is for new (or just confused) listeners who want to learn what Sunday Night in Cinema 3 was and what it is now without the drudgery of going to sundaynightincinema3.com and reading the About page. It will be updated from time to time if need be. The last update was January 6th, 2018. Enjoy!