We’re back to the two Blu-ray giveaway winners this week, as my review copies of Matinee and Shakedown are up for grabs. 1st random winner gets Matinee (starring John Goodman & Cathy Moriarty) and the second one gets Shakedown (starring Sam Elliott & Peter Weller). Details on Giveaway and the films are below!
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If there’s a couple of takeaways from February’s installment of CinemAddicts, it’s this: Anderson Cowan has announced a road show that kicks off in Los Angeles and heads over to Chicago. Plus, Nicolas Cage still rules my cinematic world (he shares that throne with Brian De Palma). Details below!!
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Taking a one week break from CinemAddicts Blu-ray giveaways thanks to Comet TV, which sent me a Swag Pack filled with The Craft goodies (the flick aired this month on Comet TV). Entry details are below!
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The dreams of hitting the open road is a notion that can hit us at any age, and sometimes that journey comes out of pure necessity. In American Folk, strangers Elliott (Joe Purdy) and Joni (Amber Rubarth) leave must leave California and head back to New York in the days after 9/11, and it’s a road trip that’s definitely worth taking.
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It’s great seeing Anderson Cowan once a month, and though we both agree January is the dumping ground for bad movies, flicks like Molly’s Game, Blame, and American Folk stand out like the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. I’m keeping the recap short and sweet, but more importantly details on the films below!
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Like J. Alfred Prufrock, I really have no idea how to proceed, but I’ll start with this; Blame is an accomplished, fully realized narrative. If you love layered storytelling that turns on a dime, then this film should be up your alley. There’s a ton of reasons I’m enamored with Blame, but let’s start with the obvious . . .
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Since our monthly CinemAddicts podcast is a nearly two hour unwieldy mess (I mean that in a good way), I wanted to break our December audio a bit and spotlight Anderson Cowan’s review of The Killing of a Sacred Deer. I still haven’t seen this movie and like a moron I rarely come around to Cowan’s recommendations. I simply love his engagement when it comes to reviewing movies, so here’s his take on the flick below!!
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