Episode 21: The Good, The Bad, The Weird

18 03 2011

Listen to our discussion of “The Good, The Bad, The Weird”, here

Our next episode will be Visioneers

Visioneer George Washington Winsterhammerman (Zach Galifianakis) lives a comfortable but monotonous life in this slightly futuristic black comedy. But when people start exploding from stress and George is showing early symptoms, he’s forced to examine his life. Taking a look at his prestigious job, his sexless marriage and his resistance to life coaching, George reconsiders the philosophy of happiness through mindless activity (Summary provided by Netflix).

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Podcast: Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans

18 01 2011

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At the end of this episode, it says that the next movie we will talk about is Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day. After saying that, we decided to change our minds.  The next episode will be: John Rabe

Florian Gallenberger directs this gripping drama about John Rabe (Ulrich Tukur), a German businessman living in Nanking, China, who in 1937 used his Nazi party affiliation to save some 200,000 Chinese civilians from slaughter at the hands of the Japanese army. As Rabe labors to establish an official safety zone to shelter the innocent, he forms an unlikely friendship with an American doctor (Steve Buscemi). Anne Consigny and Daniel Brühl co-star (Summary courtesy of Netflix).

Hope to hear from you.

 





Clash of the Queues Podcast: Godspeed

27 05 2010

A podcast discussion of Robert Saitzyk’s movie, “Godspeed” (2009).  Podcast available after the jump Read the rest of this entry »





Next Week: The Salton Sea (2002)

13 05 2010
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Punk-rocking speed freak Danny Parker (Val Kilmer) freelances as an informant for a pair of brutal narcotics cops (Anthony LaPaglia and Doug Hutchison). But when he’s not assisting the cops on drug busts, Danny gets high and leads a double life as a talented, mild-mannered trumpeter named Tom Van Allen. One personality is in search of his wife’s killer, but reality is evasive in director D.J. Caruso’s neo-noir crime thriller. (Summary provided by Netflix)

sorry, no trailer clip this week.