Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday, long time DC movie critic Arch Campbell and Marc Sterne bring you their new podcast about movies, life, TV and more
Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday, long time DC movie critic Arch Campbell and Marc Sterne bring you the first episode of their weekly show. They talk about "Rough Night", "Cars 3", "Beatriz at Dinner", and "The Hero" which are all opening this weekend. They also take a look back at the soundtrack of "The Graduate", discuss Ann's new book "Talking Pictures", discuss the latest news in the world of entertainment, TV shows we are watching, and what movies to be on the look out for.
The guys open the show by giving reviews for "Transformers 5", "Nobody Speak", and a further endorsement for "Beatriz at Dinner". Then they talk about some TV shows worth checking out: "The Tunnel", "Feud" and "Better Call Saul". Next up is some entertainment news - the sudden retirement of Daniel Day Lewis, the turmoil surrounding the "Han Solo" movie, and the passing of John Avildsen, the director of "Rocky" and "The Karate Kid", and then they close out the show by reading a few emails, and by Marc talking about his time at a Grateful Dead concert.
Arch, Ann, and Marc begin the show by talking about the movies opening this weekend : "Baby Driver", "The Beguiled", and "The Big Sick". Then Arch talks about the third season of "Fargo", Ann gives a plug for a classic movie she loves "Two For the Road", and Arch asks Marc for some comedy tips.Next, it's "News To Us" when the guys go over the latest news in the world of TV and movies, and the finish things up with a chat with Ann about her book party, and reading through some emails.
At The Movies with Arch and Ann Episode 4 Arch, Ann, and Marc talk about the two big movies opening over the next two weeks : "Spider man Homecoming", and "War for the Planet of the Apes". They talk a little bit about "Rocky Horror Picture Show", as well as Ann's columns about the future of virtual reality in movies. Arch chats with Dick Dyszel who has played Count Gore De Vol on local DC television for years introducing horror movies to local audiences, and they cover some entertainment news, and they close out the show with some movie recommendations and by reading some listener emails!
At The Movies with Arch and Ann 07-14-17 Episode 4 Arch and Ann break down their top ten movies of 2017, they talk a little bit about the movie "Arthur" and the hit song from that soundtrack, and they go through some emails to close out the show!
Arch, Ann and Marc talk about the opening of "Dunkirk", as well as "Obit", "Valerian", and "Harold and Lillian". They also talk about the passing of Martin Landau and George Romero, as well as some news about James Bond, and Arch gives his thoughts on "The Leftovers". They close out the show by giving three movie recommendations, and the read listener emails"
Arch, Ann, and Marc begin the show by talking about "Detroit". They also review "Atomic Blonde", "Landline", and "Girls Trip". All of that plus the soundtrack song of the day '"In Your Eyes" from "Say Anything", news about True Detective Season 3, and Arch's thoughts on the passing of his long time colleague Jim Vance. And they close out the show by each giving three movie recommendations and by opening up the mailbag.
Arch, Ann and Marc review "Step" and "Brigsby bear" - plus they talk about how Hollywood studios are trying to avoid bad reviews. They also talk about the passing of Sam Shepard and Jeanne Moreau, they give their three movie recommendations, and read some emails!
This week, Arch, Ann and Marc preview "The Only Living Boy in NY' and "Menashe". Arch also has an in depth discussion with Ann about her book "Talking Pictures" - plus, an expensive ice cream cone, summer movie Lightning Round, three movie recommendations, and yes Marc - don't forget to read the emails!
Arch, Ann and Marc talk about the new movies coming out : Wind River, Logan Lucky, Pattie Cake$, Good Time, Ingrid Goes West, and The Hitman's Castle - plus a few extra thoughts from Arch on The Glass Castle! They also pay tribute to Elvis Presley on the 40th anniversary of his death and they say farewell to Glenn Campbell. They close things out with "The Threes" : Three Movie recommendations, and three emails!