Several of Santa’s little helpers are the least realistic parts of movies about magical fat men with flying reindeer.
The newly released trailer takes a different approach to an all-powerful being raised by humans.
Joe waxes about the Vice trailer and wonders if a hit movie will help remind people of the Bush administration's numerous atrocities, from economic collapse to endless war.
In Part II, Conor Neville discusses watching movies analytically, defining behaviors in films, and the importance of research on representations in movies.
Conor Neville joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the portrayal of women in top grossing U.S. movies.
In Part II, Jose Roldan discusses his group's relationship with MoviePass, new movie subscription services, and MoviePass has changed his (& his group members') movie-going experiences.
Jose Roldan joins the show to discuss the many changes going on with MoviePass and the creation and growth of his Facebook group MoviePass Chatter.
Observers of the movie subscription service say the future looks bleak for the flailing company.
The movie subscription service’s rapid growth has left some customers in the dust—including me.
Lawrence Kelter joins the show to discuss writing the novel Back to Brooklyn, the sequel to the 1992 movie My Cousin Vinny starring Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei.