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Now displaying: February, 2010
Feb 20, 2010

Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio are back (as is Leo's Bah-stan accent) in this noir thriller about an island that serves as a residence for the criminally insane. Scorsese's most commercial feature since Cape Fear, listen as Stuart, Arnie, and Jakob tell you if this is a movie you'd be crazy to miss!

Feb 12, 2010
Jack Nicholson. Alec Baldwin. Martin Sheen. Matt Damon. Leonardo DiCaprio. It's an all-star cast, but how well can these movie icons fake a Bah-stan accent? We get to find out in The Departed, Martin Scorsese's first organized crime film since Goodfellas. This is the film that finally won Scorsese his Oscar, but does the film deserve it or was Scorsese just given a de facto "Lifetime Achievement Award"? Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart have watched the film, so listen and find out!
Feb 5, 2010
Howard Hughes--director, engineer, nut-job, AVIATOR. Martin Scorsese re-teamed with Leonardo DiCaprio for their second film, a biopic about eccentric millionaire Howard Hughes and the result is a stylistic, three hour opus. Is this film the Spruce Goose of Oscar Bait, or can it take flight? Listen to Stuart, Arnie, and Jakob's review to find out!
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