In the beginning there was a man, this man had a movie to make. This is his story. Each week Anderson will discuss the latest news, obstacles, victories and defeats concerning Groupers as well as the future status of what he hopes to be his follow up movie that shall be called Battle at Skunk Skull. This first episode is a rundown, a refresher of where things are and a list of the hoops that have been jumped through thus far.
The new year is upon us and that means that Greg and Anderson have a whole new slew of films to be excited about in the coming weeks as well as some of their favorites from the award season fodder films that littered the December landscape.
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The last month of the year means a busy schedule, filled with Oscar bait films. Greg and Anderson cover a lot, as they wrap up the season with the best of November and a look at what December has to offer. Movies discussed include, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Gotti, Permanent, Call Me by Your Name, Father Figures, Downsizing, Hostiles, All the Money in the World, Molly’s Game, Phantom Thread and The Post. There is an embargo on The Post, so Greg does not give a full review, he only comments. Here’s a preview of how that goes, he likes it… a lot! Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is also discussed in tandem.
Greg, Anderson and unfortunately Anderson’s son Atticus come at you with a whole new episode of CinemAddicts. Films that should not be missed from September are reviewed and films that have us excited in October are discussed and even reviewed as Greg has already screened a number of them. Our apologies for the third member of the show this week. The boy was being ignored and he wasn’t having it.
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CinemAddicts is back with the new format. Greg and Anderson look ahead at what the month of May has to offer with a look at all the big pictures that will be released as well as some of the smaller ones that might otherwise go unnoticed.
CinemAddicts returns with a new Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac film called The Promise and a fantastic documentary about one of the first American celebrity chefs, Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent.
Bit of an off week and another late posting here on CinemAddicts. Greg stops by the set of Groupers and checks in with Anderson on the last day of principle photography and even speaks with one of the cast and one of the crew.