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Monday, January 28, 2008

Cinebanter #46 - THERE WILL BE BLOOD


The mp3 of Cinebanter 46 is available here.

In this episode, Michael and Tassoula believe in the genius that is Daniel Day-Lewis as they review THERE WILL BE BLOOD. During the Last Five®, Michael carries the banner for a powerful new documentary and Tassoula immerses herself in the world of U2. The hosts also respond to a Listener Last Five® and announce their next show. The breakdown is as follows:

• 00:00 Intro
• 00:32 THERE WILL BE BLOOD Discussion
• Break
• 26:53 To Sum It Up
• Break
• 27:21 The Last Five®/Listener Last Five® (Chase in Virginia)/Show Notes
• 1:05:28 Credits and Outtake

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Michael's Last Five in this episode were: CLEAN, TAXI TO THE DARK SIDE, PERSEPOLIS, NOBODY KNOWS and AWAY FROM HER. Tassoula's Last Five in this episode were: HERE IS WHAT IS, ONCE, U2 3D, THE STORY OF US and BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU'RE DEAD.

Tassoula's written review of HERE IS WHAT IS can be found at @U2.com.

Special thanks to Brad Daane and Mark Cummins for providing the original 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:

Anonymous patrick said...

finally got to see the infamous There Will Be Blood... Daniel-Day Lewis' performance was top-notch. He takes well to the overbearing, violent father-figure role -- he also did this in Gangs of New York.

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