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RN 2/8: A Very Rancho Christmas

By Audio, Cinema, Rancho Notorious and Reviews

In which Kailey and Dan attempt two impossible feats before bedtime: dinner and a show with special guests Graeme Tuckett, John Leigh, Mike Dickison, Sebastian Macaulay, Kaarin Macaulay, Ian Freer and some turkey, wine and crackers, plus live streaming the whole thing out to the world.

Hilarity ensues.

And Paddington is reviewed.

RN 1/17: Guilty as charged

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Once again Dan (in Wellington) and Kailey (in Vancouver) are joined by Fairfax senior film reviewer Graeme Tuckett. Hear more from Kailey’s adventures at the Vancouver International Film Festival; plus all three collaborate on a review of Robert Downey Jr. in The Judge and Graeme and Dan count the laughs in Let’s Be Cops. Also featuring several non-gratuitous mentions of Game of Thrones that should do a good job of boosting our iTunes ratings.

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RN 1/7: Cliff-top

By Audio, Cinema and Rancho Notorious

Fairfax group film reviewer Graeme Tuckett joins Dan and Kailey for a Dark Horse special — we review one of the best Kiwi films of all time and Dan interviews the stars, Cliff Curtis and James Rolleston. Also, new film with music Begin Again starring Keira Knightly and Mark Ruffalo.

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RN 1/3: Launched

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Special guests Darren Bevan, Dominic Corry, Graeme Tuckett and Chris Hormann on the just-launched NZIFF programme, 11-year-old Sebastian Macaulay on Disney’s Million Dollar Arm (starring Jon Hamm and written by Thomas McCarthy) and with Kailey’s help Dan reviews The Two Faces of January which features Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac.

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RN 1/2: “Dying is easy, comedy is hard.”

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Dominion Post and Newstalk ZB reviewer Graeme Tuckett joins Dan and Kailey to talk about Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s vampire mockumentary What We do in the Shadows which is out this weekend across New Zealand (September in Australia) as well as meta-sequel 22 Jump Street which goes into it’s second weekend here and opening weekend across the Tasman.

This week’s Australian correspondent is Chris Elena and he’ll be giving his impressions of the recent Sydney Film Festival and telling us about shooting and editing a short film on film.

Also, we’re joined by joined by Kiwi playwright David Geary from Vancouver, Canada, who has just spent an evening with Oscar winner Oliver Stone at the Vancouver Biennale.

There are also a number of utterly non-gratuitous mentions of Game of Thrones in the programme that will no doubt be extremely helpful for search engine optimisation.

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Cinematica 5/10: 2013 Judged!

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Both of our epic two-part Cinematica “Best of 2013” episodes in one place. Go no further for holiday fun!

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Simon, Kailey and Dan (plus guests Graeme Tuckett, Darren Bevan, Sam McCosh, Rachel Taylor and Andrew Todd) look at the year in cinema — their top films, worst experiences, trends and what they are looking forward to in 2014.

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Part two of the epic summing up of cinema in 2013 — featuring Graeme Tuckett (again), Liam MagurenMarie O’SullivanDavid LarsenSarah Watt and Glenn Kenny.

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