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RAR is a movie review and entertainment news podcast that is not afraid of spreading spoilers or rumors. We review new films as well as yesterdays soundtracks that still resonate with us. Tune in for what’s hot and what’s not on the silver screen.
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Charlie Countryman is a new film from Fredrik Bond and Matt Drake starring Shia LaBeouf, Evan Rachel Wood, and Mads Mikkelson. It tells the story of Charlie(LaBeouf), a lost young man estranged from his life at home after his mothers death. On a ghost whisper and a whim, he makes a break for Bucharest, Romania. After some trouble at 30,000 feet, he serendipitously meets Gabi(Wood) and soon he is falling head over heels in love with her. He is also falling head over heels all over Bucharest as he receives beating after beating for his affections. Nigel, who dishes out his fair share of poundings, is Gabi’s husband and he is not to happy to see Charlie so close with his wife. Together, all three embark on a journey that will change their lives forever.
This week we bring you the first part in a two part series of Tropes and Trends talking about independent film and the “indie” movie genre. Check out the video below to get the scoop on a long talked about and recently overdone trope we see in film.
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Bartees Cox is a songwriter and producer who spent years playing in bands in Brooklyn before making the move to Washington, DC, where his solo project, Bartees Strange, took focus and grew - from an album of reinterpretations of The National’s music to his stunning full-length, genre-bending… | watch