With awards season over, it’s back to the grind! On this edition of the Cinema Clash: a brief debrief on the Oscars; DOWNHILL triggers a verbal avalanche about American remakes of foreign films; the French drama PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE smolders for the arthouse crowd; THE PHOTOGRAPH tackles modern-day romance with minimal drama; INCITEMENT offers a glimpse into the mind of an Israeli extremist turned assassin; and the documentary WHAT SHE SAID: THE ART OF PAULINE KAEL spotlights the words and influence of a legendary film critic.
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Watch Whatever the Heck You Want
27:00It’s the Cinema Clash – Pandemic edition! We’re talkin’ random stuff, including #TheBanker #Vivarium #BlowTheManDown #TheMandalorian #TigerKing (how could we not?) and more. Stay inside, and tune in.
In case the movie theaters stay open
26:00On this pre-apocalyptic episode of the Cinema Clash: THE HUNT puts the humor in the horror of human sport; I STILL BELIEVE aims for the heartstrings of the faith-based crowd; and FIRST COW transports indie fans to the 1820s Northwest. Plus, the status of cinema in the age of Corona.
Something Extra Ordinary to compete with The Way Back and Onward
41:00On this jam-packed edition of the Cinema Clash: Ben Affleck bares his alcoholic soul in the solid sports drama THE WAY BACK; Pixar conjures up some family-friendly magic in the animated film ONWARD; the world of retail fashion gets a dressing down in the satirical indie GREED; a troubled ex-con seeks salvation while impersonating a priest in the Polish drama CORPUS CHRISTI; Daniel Radcliff stars in the South African prison break thriller ESCAPE FROM PRETORIA; Mark Wahlberg revives a fictional Boston private eye in the Netflix movie SPENSER CONFIDENTIAL; and Ireland floats into the mix with the oddball supernatural romantic dramedy adventure EXTRA ORDINARY.
Emma, Premature, Balloon, Once Were Brothers, plus a song and a beer
33:00The Invisible Man remains unseen for this episode. We set our sights instead on the latest adaptation of the chick-lit classic EMMA, the indie romance PREMATURE, the German thriller BALLOON and the music documentary ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND. Cue up Nena and Die Band, it’s earworm time on the Clash. Tune in for the connection.
Two Takes on the Top Five Most Anticipated Films of 2020
39:00On this edition of the Cinema Clash: It’s go small or go home. We tackle the indie cancer drama ORDINARY LOVE, the distressing Russian arthouse drama BEANPOLE, and the documentary-style meet-cute OLYMPIC DREAMS; Plus, we reveal our top five most anticipated films of 2020.
Expect a sonic hedgehog to blow past Downhill and The Photograph
40:00With awards season over, it’s back to the grind! On this edition of the Cinema Clash: a brief debrief on the Oscars; DOWNHILL triggers a verbal avalanche about American remakes of foreign films; the French drama PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE smolders for the arthouse crowd; THE PHOTOGRAPH tackles modern-day romance with minimal drama; INCITEMENT offers a glimpse into the mind of an Israeli extremist turned assassin; and the documentary WHAT SHE SAID: THE ART OF PAULINE KAEL spotlights the words and influence of a legendary film critic.
And the Oscar maybe goes to...
37:00On this special edition of the Cinema Clash, Charlie and Hannah share their #Oscars 2020 predictions on what should win, what will win, and what may win. So download a printable ballot from Oscars.com and play along! (Disclaimer: If you don’t win the office pool, it’s not entirely our fault. Blame the Academy.)
Bypass The Rhythm Section and take note of the Oscar Shorts
36:00On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Blake Lively fails to liven up THE RHYTHM SECTION; Plus, the mini-bonanza of topical, inspirational, sweet, sad, and maddening films nominated in the OSCAR SHORTS categories – animated, live action and documentary.
The Gentlemen has Guy’s fingerprints all over it
32:00On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Guy Ritchie returns to his roots with the stylish crime caper THE GENTLEMEN; an inspiring true story about a fallen hero falls a bit flat in THE LAST FULL MEASURE; the biggest surprise out of the SAG Awards doesn’t involve Brad and Jen; plus, weighing in on the DOLITTLE dud and catching up on the Oscar-nominated documentary HONEYLAND.
Bad Boys For Life will leave Dolittle in the dust
43:00On this edition of The Cinema Clash: The BAD BOYS are back for one last ride – yeah right; DOLITTLE does little, but the kids will like it; TROOP ZERO salutes a misfit girl hero; and LES MISÉRABLES lays bare an impoverished Paris suburb spinning out of control. Plus, the Academy Award nominations and what they might portend for Oscar night.