It took us 3.5 years, but Anderson Cowan and I finally made it to 100 episodes on CinemAddicts. We’ve been picking up the pace lately (two eps. per month) thanks to our Patreon subscribers, and on this show we cover The Peanut Butter Falcon, Ode to Joy, and Love, Antosha. Details and audio of our podcast is below!!
Love, Antosha is a celebration of Anton Yelchin’s life, and though he passed away over three years ago, his loss is still deeply felt among his fans, friends and family. With that pain in hand, it’s easy to excuse oneself from watching this documentary, but that would be a miscalculation. Ultimately life affirming and inspiring, this project delivers an evocative and insightful look at one of cinema’s most talented artists.
One of the drawbacks of attempting to watch a movie a day is, if you’re a horrible planner, you’ll spend a lot of wasted time wondering which movie you’ll want to see on that given day. Close to an hour of Netflix browsing led me to Between Us, which I initially viewed as an insightful, if not innocuous romantic comedy toplined by Ben Feldman and Olivia Thirlby. My expectations for the film were low, and thank goodness the don’t judge a book by its cover take applied to this first rate narrative. Review below!!
Alexandra Daddario, who will be seen this summer opposite Dwayne Johnson in San Andreas, has signed on to director William H. Macy’s road trip comedy The Layover.
A film that I can’t get out of my head (in a good way) is director Victor Levin’s disarmingly romantic, evocative, and blissfully wistful drama 5 to 7. I recently had the pleasure of meeting Levin and actress Bérénice Marlohe and I’ve posted the full video interview below.
Dylan Thomas once penned that “though lovers be lost, love shall not,” and with director Victor Levin’s delightful and achingly romantic 5 to 7, two people find each other amidst New York’s busied streets, ready for adventure.