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RN 1/11: The Chat Show


Kailey is in Telluride, Dan is in Wellington, Rene Naufahu from The Last Saint is in Auckland, Tara Judah from the Astor is in Melbourne, Darren Bevan and Simon and Joe from The Inbetweeners 2 are in Auckland. We also review Lucy and mention Game of Thrones. Right-click to download this episode! Show notes: Telluride Film Festival Some Chinese theatres are projecting patrons text messages …

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Liam Maguren from flicks.co.nz joins Dan and Kailey to review the cross-cultural korma that is The Hundred-Foot Journey (starring Helen Mirren and Om Puri) and the explosive nostalgia-fest of Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables 3. Listen for a chance to win Glenn Kenny’s book Robert De Niro: Anatomy of an Actor (Glenn was interviewed in last week’s episode). Right-click to download this …


RN 1/9: Anatomy of a Rock


Dan and Kailey are joined by Mark Roulston to talk about his website Cinema Aotearoa and to review Dwayne Johnson in Hercules. Dan interviews Glenn Kenny about his new book, De Niro: Anatomy of an Actor. Also featuring — to Dan’s chagrin — the return of the Two Word Review. Right-click to download this episode! Show notes: Mark’s site: Cinema Aotearoa Glenn’s site: Some Came Running An excerpt from De …


RN 1/8: 21 Gunn Salute


Carter Nixon joins us to review the latest marvel from Marvel – Guardians of the Galaxy – and costume designer Kate Hawley (The Lovely Bones, The Hobbit, Pacific Rim, Edge of Tomorrow) is in the studio to talk about designing for Guillermo Del Toro and Tom Cruise. All that plus the usual mix of news, box …

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Last Thursday I managed to stop the car somewhere with four bars on the phone and chat to Lynn Freeman (sitting in for holidaying Kathryn Ryan) about The Dark Horse and a couple of other NZIFF titles on Radio New Zealand’s Nine to Noon.


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By way of a sneak preview of a lot of what I will say on Rancho Notorious tonight, here’s this morning’s film segment from Radio New Zealand’s Nine to Noon.

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