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Larry Mantle and Wade Major of boxoffice.com and DigiGods.com and Claudia Puig of USA Today discuss the week's new film releases including "Fast and Furious", "Adventureland", "Bart Got A Room", "Alien Trespass", "Sugar", "Paris 36", "Who Does She Think She Is", "American Swing" and "Z".
Filmweek: Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Andy Klein and Henry Sheehan of henrysheehan.com discuss the week's new releases including "Monsters vs. Aliens," "The Haunting In Connecticut," "Spinning Into Butter," "The Education of Charlie Banks," "Three Monkeys" and "Tokyo Sonata."
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Lael Loewenstein of Variety and Jean Oppenheimer of Village Voice Media discuss the week's new releases including Duplicity, I Love You Man, Knowing, The Great Buck Howard, Explicit Ills, Tokyo!, Sin Nombre, Super Capers, Virtual JFK: Vietnam Had Kennedy Lived, and Perestroika.
Guest host David Lazarus and film critics Henry Sheehan of henrysheehan.com and Wade Major of boxoffice.com and CityBeat discuss the week's new releases including "Race to Witch Mountain," "The Edge of Love," "Miss March," "Sunshine Cleaning," "The Last House On The Left," "Cake Eaters," "Sherman's Way," "Steam," "The Objective," and "This Is The Life."
The Dalai Lama claims to be just a simple Buddhist monk, but author Pico Iyer's new book, The Open Road, highlights a more multifaceted, global icon, who evokes both admiration and skepticism. Today marks the 50th anniversary of his exile from Tibet and discussions about who will succeed the 74-year-old monk grow more urgent. Iyer joins us to discuss the complex religious figure and the controversy that surrounds him. * Pico Iyer, author of The Open Road
Larrry Mantle and film critics Peter Rainer of The Christian Science Monitor and Jean Oppenheimer of Village Voice Media discuss this week's new releases including "Watchmen," "An American Affair," "Phoebe in Wonderland," "Shuttle," "12," "Everlasting Moments," "Harvard Beats Yale 29-29," and "Toyo's Camera."