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In 2013, Spike Jonze released his latest feature, the first from a script he wrote about a lonely man who begins a romantic relationship with his personal artificial intelligence aparatus. The result was near-universal acclaim that culminated in his first Academy Award for his original screenplay. But did this story deserve such love or should it have been downgraded? Eric, Kent & Lobster have booted up the diagnotics to find out.

 

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On August 11th, 2014, one of the funniest men to ever live had died unexpectedly, sending Hollywood, comedians and an international fanbase reeling from shock and grief. We here at Arthouse Legends were no different, deciding to make a last-minute change to discuss an underappreciated film from the gifted comedian's work: The Terry Gilliam-helmed The Fisher King starring Jeff Bridges, Mercedes Ruhl and Amanda Plummer. Join the quest with the MovieDude Eric, Kent and Lobster as they sort out the reality and the fantasy.

 

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At the height of the silent film era, German visionary Fritz Lang put together the most expensive and epic film product of that time. Set in a dystopian future city where the the prosperous and privilege live on the surface while the poor and desperate live underground and using every technical trick available, the film was harolded internationally, though mercilessly cut to the point of near destruction. But with a newly found print, film historians have preserved the intended vision. But is that vision worth the look or should it have slipped into the wastes of time? Eric, Kent & Lobster dig in to find out.

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The 1992 Sundance Class was a springboard for a few talented filmmakers, one being a New Jersey film nerd named Kevin Smith. Shooting a film while clerking at a local convenience store, his brand of off-kilter humor with stirring dialog made him an overnight sensation with the critics. But does his film about two minimum wage slackers worth the admiration or does is it more off-putting than an Eggman? Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

 

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