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RN 2/7: The Last Goodbye


Recorded before Sony’s decision to cancel the release of The Interview (hence no discussion of it), we interview Eddie Izzard about his forthcoming Force Majeure tour, and his plans for what’s to come after, and Alex Sheremet about his epic survey of the career of Woody Allen. Sonal Patel joins us to epically review the final film in two trilogies …


RN 2/6: Ebb Tide


Claire Querée, one of our exec producers from Vancouver, Canada, drops by to help us review David Tennant and Rosamund Pike in What We Did on Our Holiday, Ari Seth Cohen talks to Dan about his blog, book and movie Advanced Style and Dan and Kailey review The Drop and You’re Not You. Right-click to download this episode! Show Notes! Sundance Announces Final …


RN 2/5: Setting an Example


Dwarf Gloin (Peter Hambleton) is interviewed at the Wellington premiere of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Dan and Kailey try — and fail — to interview Advanced Style director Lina Plioplyte in Lithuania so decide to review the film instead. Plus, winners of the Studio Ghibli competition are finally announced. Right-click to download this episode! Show Notes! Kailey …


RN 2/4: “It’s knowledge, bro.”


This week’s reviews: Jake Gyllenhaal is a psychopathic news cameraman in Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler, Jennifer Lawrence is a freedom fighter with some issues in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One and a tame capuchin monkey gets lost in the jungle in Amazonia 3D. Special guest Mike Dickison joins us to discuss the thorny subject of science in the movies — …


RN 2/3: Calling Occupants


Kailey and Dan do their best to review Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar but other, more interesting, films keep on getting in the way. Plus, James Cameron live via Skype at the Embassy Theatre Q&A for Deepsea Challenge 3D on Labour Monday. Right-click to download this episode! Show Notes! Quentin tarantino’s cinema in LA is called the New Beverly and it has digital projection facilities.


Dan and Kailey are joined by Sarah Watt, Liam Maguren, Tim Wong, David Larsen and Dominic Corry to celebrate the works of Ghibli, the famous Japanese animation studio, and talk about their favourite productions. They also review the Bill Murray vehicle St. Vincent and introduce the word “educashaming” to the world.   Right-click to download this episode! Show Notes! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dngOH9G4UPw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiQQC8pVuV8#action=share Tim Wong’s post “The …

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