On episode 2 of Flick City, Greg Srisavasdi interviews Camp Cold Brook producer Joe Dante and Andy Palmer as they reflect on movies they love (Dante discusses Gregory Peck in “Moby Dick” and “To Kill A Mockingbird” – Palmer picks the Steve Martin film “Roxanne”).
“Standing Up, Falling Down” director Matt Ratner doesn’t pick a favorite film, but he elaborates on how the play “Stones in his Pocket” influenced him as a story teller.
CinemAddicts co-host Greg Srisavasdi interviews Nat Faxon, Jim Rash and Zoë Chao as they talk about their favorite films. Raising Arizona, The Jerk, Man’s Favorite Sport and The World of Henry Orient are covered.
Happy New Year all you Cinemaddicts listeners! Got a brand new episode ready for 2020. Greg and Anderson have a few worth knowing about it the first few weeks of the new year and look back at 2019 and the best they saw in December. Thanks for listening!
It’s the last show of 2019 and all the big Oscar hopefuls are flooding the theaters. The final few films that will be trickling in over the last couple weeks are covered and a bunch that have been seen since last episode are blathered about.
We got into a discussion about The Lighthouse right after the show ended. Huge regret for not including this. It will get it’s due on the episode 110.
I’ve wanted to do this for a while now and figured this was a great time to do so. Last day of vacation and I wanted to single out a very select few people who have been there for just about every step. I’m sure I left a couple people off the list and I’m sorry if that’s you.
Back home next week and ready to get back to work.