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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Cinebanter #31: WAITRESS

Cinebanter 31 is available here.








In this episode, Michael and Tassoula dish out some Keri-Russell-worship-but-this-film's-not-perfect critic pie in their review of WAITRESS. They also deliver their Last Five® and enter into a lengthy discussion about ONCE. The show concludes with a special Seattle International Film Festival report from Tassoula. The breakdown is as follows:

• 00:00 Intro
• 00:32 WAITRESS Discussion
• Break
• 13:43 To Sum It Up
• Break
• 14:24 The Last Five®/Listener Last Five
• Break
• 51:41 Special Report from Tassoula at the Seattle International Film Festival
• 1:03:34 Credits and Outtakes

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Michael's Last Five in this episode were: ONCE, THE BREAK-UP, A SNAKE OF JUNE, DOLPHINS and FIGHT CLUB. Tassoula's Last Five in this episode were: AILEEN WOURNOS: LIFE AND DEATH OF A SERIAL KILLER, TRANSAMERICA, IDIOCRACY, ONCE AND JINDABYNE.

Special thanks to Brad Daane and Mark Cummins for providing the music in this episode.

Reviews and/or notes of every movie Michael sees can be found at his MichaelVox website.

Tassoula has reviews, musings and movie-related product links at Tassoula's Movie Review Blog.

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1 Comments:

Blogger M. Robert Turnage said...

I am really looking forward to your Cinebanter movie – the wacky romantic comedy where two Big City film critics come to a small Southern town and make everything better by telling the poverty-stricken residents of the town how stupid and unrealistic they are, and how there are no downsides to extra-marital affairs that end in divorce. It will be completely unpredictable and without any plot holes whatsoever, except for maybe that one part where MichaelVox creepily assesses the body of every woman he sees and then mentions that he works in a high school.

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