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KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell of Box Office Magazine and Peter Rainer of The Christian Science Monitor join Larry to review the week’s new film releases including Saw 3-D, Welcome To The Rileys, The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest, Wild Target and Shake Hands With The Devil among others… TGI-FilmWeek! And, your favorite scary movies.
FilmWeek (10/22/10): Carlos, My Dog Tulip, Inhale, GhettoPhysics: Will The Real Pimps And Ho’s Please Stand Up! and more
KPCC film critics Henry Sheehan, Andy Klein and Charles Solomon join Larry to review the week’s new film releases including Carlos, My Dog Tulip, Inhale, GhettoPhysics: Will The Real Pimps And Ho’s Please Stand Up!, and Ticked Off Trannies With Knives, among others. Later, what are your favorite political or election-themed movies? TGI-FilmWeek!
FilmWeek: KPCC film critics Henry Sheehan of henrysheehan.com and Lael Loewensten of Variety join Larry to review the week’s new film releases including Hereafter, Red, Conviction, Down Terrace and Almar, among others. TGI-Filmweek!
FilmWeek (10/8/10): Secretariat, Life As We Know It, Stone, It's Kind of a Funny Story, Tamara Drewe & more
KPCC film critics Wade Major of boxoffice.com and Claudia Puig of USA Today join Larry to review the week’s new film releases including Secretariat, Life As We Know It, Stone, It’s Kind Of A Funny Story, Tamara Drewe, Nowhere Boy, and Leaving, among others. TGI-FilmWeek!
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell, Senior Film Critic for Box Office Magazine and Andy Klein, film critic for Brand X join Larry to discuss the week’s new film releases including The Social Network, Howl, Case 39, Let Me In, Barry Munday, and The Girl, among others. Later, director Stephen Frears on his new comedy Tamara Drewe; and, the directors of Catfish.
FilmWeek: Wall Street 2, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, You Again, Buried and Legend of the Guardians
TGI-FilmWeek! KPCC film critics Wade Major of boxoffice.com, Andy Klein of Brand X and Charles Solomon of amazon.com discuss the week’s new film releases including Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, You Again, Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, Buried, Waiting For Superman, and Enter The Void, among others. Later, he’s one of the few directors of his time who became a household name. Cecil B. DeMille’s extraordinary film career began with silent movies and soared to spectacles like The Ten Commandments and King of Kings, for which he became known later. His reputation rests largely on the biblical epics he made, but his personal life was no morality tale. DeMille was married for five decades to his beloved wife Constance, but for most of the marriage he had three mistresses simultaneously. Author Scott Eyman joins us to talk about his appreciation for the legendary movie mogul as detailed in the new biography, Empire of Dreams: The Epic Life of Cecil B. DeMille.