During the interviews for The Wife, I asked Glenn Close, Annie Starke, Christian Slater, and Jonathan Pryce to talk about some of their favorite films. Below is the unedited three minute film discussion as well as isolated audio from Close who cited A Man For All Seasons as her favorite movie.
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To be honest, Rainbow Skies is a moniker I’ve misnamed numerous times (I originally thought it was Random Skies or Freedom Skies). Though the name doesn’t stick to my feeble brain, the actual game is a total keeper that over delivers as an immersive RPG. I’m six hours into the game, and thankfully I’ve barely scratched the surface.
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This week I’m giving away my Blu-ray copies of Ready Player One and I Feel Pretty. Entry details below!
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Director/writer Elijah Bynum’s debut feature Hot Summer Nights excels as a seductive visual feast (imagine if Goodfellas was set in 1991 Cape Cod and centered on a group of troubled youths). The good news is the story is also on point, and in the video below Bynum and actors Maika Monroe and Alex Roe talk about the movie’s immersive visual language.
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Austin Pendleton’s fulfilling acting journey includes memorable work in both film and television, and even if the name doesn’t ring a bell you’ve undoubtedly seen one of his movies. His latest is Sunset, an ambitious indie drama about a nuclear strike which may obliterate the United States East Coast. During the phone interview, Pendleton had a ton to talk about, including his work on Catch-22, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, and the resonant short Calumet (which can be seen on Amazon Prime). Check out our exclusive Q&A with Pendleton below!
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Directed with visual and storytelling brio from Elijah Bynum, Hot Summer Nights is a 1991 Cape Cod set drama that co-stars Maia Mitchell. During my chat with Mitchell, the actress talked about her love for the 2007 feature Once.
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Two winners for this week’s CinemAddicts Giveaway. First winner gets my Blu-ray copy of Rampage (Dwayne Johnson), second winner receives Tully (Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis).
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I’m going full bore on my “Movie Love” segment of the site, as I ask actors/filmmakers to briefly discuss one of their favorite films. During the Puzzle interviews, Kelly Macdonald chose The Apartment and David Denman chimed in on Apocalypse Now.
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Though she’s had an excellent career, Kelly Macdonald is an under the radar actress whose diverse body of work (No Country for Old Men, Trainspotting, Boardwalk Empire) doesn’t stop her from getting overlooked. She refreshingly takes center stage in Puzzle, and it’s a tale that on would guess resonates with the Scottish actress.
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Now in its third season, Queen of the South is set in different parts around the world thanks to Teresa Mendoza’s (Alice Braga) dangerous drug running business. In real life, Braga is a world traveler, and in the video below she talks about her own artistic ambitions.
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