While Arthouse Legends prepares for 2017, MovieDude Eric counts down the worst five films he saw in 2016 plus the most disappointing film of the year.

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In 2015, Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos' unleashed his latest absurdist film The Lobster to the film festival circuit and was immediately hailed by the film community. The story about a lonely man desperately seeking a mate under the threat of being turned into an animal was praised as either disturbing dystopic vision or askew metaphor for the absurd social pressures in regards to partnering. But does the film succeed in it's goals or should it be turned into the one thing no one ever wishes to become? Join us as we bid farewell to our own crustacean co-host Jonolobster in the final episode of 2016.

 

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In 2008, playwright-turned-filmmaker Martin McDonagh released his first feature-length film In Bruges about two Irish hitmen hiding out in the Belgium tourist town after a botched job. The film found critical praise and a cult following and considered an off-kilter new Christmas favorite in part due to its witty dialogue and zany characters. But does the film deserve the glory or should it rot in Bruges? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and guests D.X. Ferris and Chris check in to find out.

 

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In 2012 and 2015, director Quentin Tarantino stepped away from the contemporary crime scene to go back to the 60s, the 1860s that is in a pair of westerns set before and after the Civil War with Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight. Both would net Oscars (including one for Tarantino's script and another for iconic composer Enio Morricone) and create controversy yet again for the filmmaker's use of colorful (no pun intended) language. But do these film rank as some of the best that this iconic filmmaker has made or should be strung up and ridden out on a rail? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster & special guest Cesar saddle up to find out.

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In 1987, screenwriter Shane Black and director Richard Donner brought the Buddy Cop genre from television to the big screen, pairing international sensation Mel Gibson with seasoned stage and film actor Danny Glover as two new partners on the trail of former Vietnam vets turned drug smugglers at Christmastime. The film, Lethal Weapon, would eventually become a decade-running franchise and influential 80s action film. But does the film deserve the glory or is it simply too old for this sh-?

 

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In 1997, just after the massive success of his adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, director Ang Lee set off to make his follow-up American film about 2 well-off families in 1973 Connecticut who are trying to reconcile their family dysfunctions during Thanksgiving as the weather turns dangerous. With a star-studded cast, based on a novel by Rick Moody, The Ice Storm would be one of Lee's most critically beloved films while being one of the filmmaker's greatest box office flops. But does the film deserve a fresh perspective or does it deserve ridicule? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster exit the train to find out.

 

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*CORRECTED* In 1962, director John Frankenheimer and pop star Frank Sinatra joined forces to turn a biting indictment of Cold War paranoia and McCarthyism politics known as The Manchurian Candidate into a film which would launch both actor and filmmaker into the highest strata of celebrity and coining a political term that would last beyond their lifetimes. But does the film deliver the goods or should it jump into the lake? MovieDude Eric, Kent & special guest Cody play a game of solitaire to find out.

* Note: While the discussion is primarily focused on the 1963 classic, there are spoilers for the 2004 remake starring Denzel Washington and Merryl Streep as well. 

 

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In 2006, writer-director Mike Judge created his follow-up film to his cult favorite Office Space titled Idiocracy about an average guy who was sent far into the future to find himself now the smartest man on the planet that is ravaged by pollution, famine and advertising, ran by a maniacal former wrestler turned reality television host. 10 years later, this satire has taken a turn towards the prophetic in places. But does the film deserve the cult status it has also recieved or should it be buried under the Great Garbage Avalanche of 2505? Lobster, Kent & MovieDude Eric find out.

 

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Continuing the theme of politics in film comes the story of a man with a bombastic and charismatic personality who creates his name through the media to become the dubious voice of the masses. That man is Larry "Lonesome" Rhodes as played by Andy Griffith in Elia Kazan's 1957 film A Face in the Crowd. While the film didn't find an audience for nearly 20 years after the release, it has since become one of the prophetic films that showed a vision of American politics that seems to cut closer to reality the older it gets. But does this film deserve the seat at the top or should it be shown the shaft? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster check in to find out.

 

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In 1996, a Time Magazine writer named Joe Klein penned a novel based off events surrounding the 1992 Democratic national primary and it's eventual presidential nominee. In 1998, director Mike Nichols, re-teaming with longtime collaborator Elaine May, adapted the novel into a feature film, Primary Colors. The film garnered great attention due to the content and the critics raved over the performances from John Travolta and Kathy Bates, but has since become little-discussed. Does the film go down as one of the most underrated political comedies of all time or is it just blowing smoke (or perhaps something else)? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster follow the campaign to find out.

 

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In 2012 coming off the critical success of Coraline, Laika Studios released their follow-up feature about a young boy who communicates with the dead tasked with dealing with an angry spirit and the horde of zombies at its call. ParaNorman once again captured the hearts of critics but could at best create a cult following. But does the film deserve better or should it be put back to rest for an eternal slumber? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster investigate.

 

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After the massive success of Star Wars, science fiction became the go-to genre in Hollywood. But while other filmmakers were trying to make grand space epics, director Phillip Kaufman opted to adapt a seminal 1950s classic horror film Invasion of the Body Snatchers to modern times. The result was a remake that would arguably be considered better than the original. But does it stand the test of time with MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and special guest Anthony Bachman of All Things Good and Nerdy Podcast, or does it put them to sleep and turn them into veggiepods?

 

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In 1931, Universal Studios released two horror films that would become immediate box office smashes and would start the first cinematic universe and a whole new genre of horror. One of those films was James Whale's Frankenstein. With such success, Universal ordered a sequel to be made (a very rare thing at the time), bringing back the director along with actors Colin Clive and the breakout star of the original film, Boris Karloff. While the sequel is considered the more iconic of the two films, based off one of literature's first gothic horror novels, do these films hold up as worthy of their iconic status or should the torches and pitchforks be at the ready? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster weather the lightning storm to find out.

 

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In 2014, New Zealand comedians Taika Watiti and Jermaine Clement, after achieving success internationally through television and film, retunred to a short they made nearly a decade before and turned into a feature-length mockumentary about a group of vampire flatmates who are trying to survive in the modern age in Wellington. The result is a wildly beloved cult film called What We Do In The Shadows. But is the film hypnotic or does it just... well... suck? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and special guest Lauren from Legends of SHIELD Podcast find out.

 

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In 1983 cult director David Cronenberg, fresh off the success of Scanners, created his most ambitious horror film of his career, following a sleezy television executive who after pickup a rogue transmission starts down rabbit hole of sex, violence, paranoia and the grotesque. Starring James Woods and Debbie Harry, Videodrome has maintained a cult status through the years but has been considered to the critics as a cornerstone of Cronenberg's mastery of cinema. But does it deserve the acclaim or should it be Death to Videodrome and long live the new flesh? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster return to Arthouse of Horror to find out.

 

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In 1954, filmmaker Nicholas Ray was interested in getting to understand the new youth culture of the emerging Baby Boomer generation. In doing so, he enlisted the help of newfound talent James Dean along with child actor Natalie Wood and Sal Mineo to form a trio of teenagers from broken families that form one of their own in the light of a tragedy. The result was Rebel Without A Cause, the film that would be significant to a new generation of filmgoers and the biggest film of Dean's short career. But does it find honor and glory or does it fall off at cliff at full speed? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and Guest Ian from Primal Scenes check it out.

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In 1958, French film critic Francois Truffaut set out to revolutionize French films by taking a more literary approach to filmmaking. His first feature, a semibiographical retelling of his troubled youth through the eyes of a 14-year-old boy caught in a world between unreliable adults and his own self-destructive impulses was titled The 400 Blows. The film became an immediate international sensation that kickstarted the French New Wave as other French filmmakers also started telling stories with this same approach that would come to change how films were seen all over the world. But does the film deserve such acclaim or should it be kicked out of school? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster ditch class to find out.

 

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In 1985, comedic writer John Hughes changed the dialogue between two generations when he wrote and directed a film about five high school students from very different paths of life forced to communicate with one another over the course of a Saturday detention titled The Breakfast Club. But does the film deserve the glory it recieved or should it be locked away in the broom closet for bad behavior? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and special guest D.X. Ferris find out.

 

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Five years after the September 11 attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., director Paul Greengrass recreated the events of that day in a docudrama revolving around one specific plane along with the individuals trying to figure out what is happening titled United 93. Ten years later, MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster contemplate the impact of this critically beloved film while also discussing their personal ties to the actual events. 

 

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In 1997, playwright-turned-filmmaker Neil Labute along with a tiny budget and a handful of unknown actors headed to Fort Wayne, Indiana and filmed In the Company of Men, based on Labute's play. The story centered on two spurned upper management trainers played by Aaron Eckhart and Matt Malloy who decide to maliciously toy with a deaf typist played by Stacy Edwards garnered critical acclaim for its brutal and unflinching look at misogyny and corporate culture. But does the film deserve the attention or should it fall on deaf ears? MovieDude Eric and Lobster fly out in Business class (while Kent stays at home) to find out.

 

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In 1950, hit filmmaker Billy Wilder took on Hollywood's dark side head-on when he created Sunset Blvd. The story about a hack screenwriter (William Holden) who becomes dangerously intertwined with a reclusive former silent movie star (Gloria Swanson) ripped open tensiltown's obsession with age, sex and power that became a huge success with critics and audiences alike. But does the film deserves its close-up or does it belong face-down in the pool? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out. 

 

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In 1995, during the post-Hannibal Lecter craze of films featuring serial killers, Writer Andrew Kevin Walker and Director David Fincher release Se7en, which tells the story of a pair of detectives trying to catch an elusive psychopath staging his murders in a savage religious sermon. The film launched Fincher's career as a filmmaker of note and cemented the careers of Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt. But does this film deserve absolution or does it fall into the sin of Pride? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster follow the clues to find out.

 

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In 1981, at the hight of a new historical drama boom, Warner Brothers released a Cannes Film Festival darling, Chariots of Fire, which told the story of two sprinters who competed at the 1924 Olympics despite the religious hurdles that stood in their way. But does the film deserve gold or does it stumble out of the blocks? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster get laced up for this Academy Award Winner.

 

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In 2003, the first wave of the Latino explosion of filmmakers were starting to settle into Hollywood from their respective parts south of the border, new filmmakers were starting to follow in their footsteps. One such filmmaker from Brazil, Fernando Mierelles, adapted a true crime novel based on a series of brutal street wars in a notorious favella twenty miles from Rio de Jinero called City of God. The film hit the international scene like a firecracker and garnered both critical and audience attention. As the world's eyes turn back to Rio in 2016 for the Olympic Games, does this film garner as a milestone in film or does it deserve to die in the streets? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster investigate.

 

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In 1977, stuntman Hal Needham envisioned a road comedy about a couple of modern-day bootleggers trying to get a semi full of illegal beer from Texas to Georgia while being doggedly pursued by a deranged lawman. Aiding to this venture was Needham's roommate and budding star Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, country music star Jerry Reed and comedy icon Jackie Gleeson. What was a film that no one wanted to make was the second-highest grossing film of the year, only outdone by Star Wars. But does this film still have the moves or does it deserve to be busted? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and guests Wing and Shark Taco from Legends Podcast join in on the pursuit in this final run for Arthouse Summer 2016.

 

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In 1994, after the huge success of Aladdin, Walt Disney Pictures next film was being released to little confidence by the top brass of the studio. What was supposed to be a little film by the studio would become their crowning achievement, a film set in the heart of Africa as a young lion cub is transformed by the tragic loss of his father and forced to face his past as an adult. But does The Lion King achieve Hakunah Matata status or is it a feast for the hyenas? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Special Guest Lauren of Legends of S.H.E.I.L.D. enter the Circle of Life to find out.

 

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In 1984, the most successful stars of comedy joined forces to make a film about an trio of scientists who start a new business venture in paranormal investigation and elimination, or shortly put, Ghostbusters. What no one expected, including the cast and crew themselves, was that this would be one of the biggest films of the 80s, but also one of the most enduring films of all time. But does it deserve the trip down the pole or should it be seen as the demon dog it is? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and guest Solai suit up and start up their proton packs as they discuss this beloved film.

 

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In 1996, director Roland Emmerich and writing partner Dean Devlin released a summer blockbuster that became one of the most discussed films of the year about an alien apocalypse that mixed human melodrama with state of the art visual effects and broad comedy. The result was Independence Day, which became one of the most successful films of the decade and launched star Will Smith into superstardom while cementing the legacy of Jeff Goldblum. But does the film deserve it's status as a pinnacle of 90s cinema or should the lady of magnanimous girth belt out her final tome for the film? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and All Things Good and Nerdy's Willie Nelson kick the tires and light the fires to find out.

 

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In the summer of 2015 with superhero films coming out at breakneck speed and anticipation for a new Star Wars film building, what very few expected to be the clamoring to the theaters for was the fourth and decades-dormant Max Max sequel directed by 72-year-old creator George Miller and starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron about a post-apocalyptic chase involving a warlord and a bevy of beautiful brides. But did the film deserve the international adoration (and subsequent Academy Awards nominations)? Or should it be buried in the sand? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and Special Guest Jeannie from Tyrion's Landing strap in to find out.

 

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In 2002, Legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki released his much anticipated Spirited Away in Japan and crushed the Japanese box office. The following year, he won the Academy Award for best animated feature. But does the film about a petulant young girl forced to save her parents from a cruel fate in a land filled with ancient spirits deserve to be considered to be one of if not the best animated film of all time? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster check in and see for themselves.

 

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In 1987, just years since his breakout debut, Errol Morris returned to theaters tackling a true crime case of a man that was seemingly railroaded to death row for the death of a police officer based on flimsy evidence and even flimsier witnesses. But was justice served or did a killer get away to commit more horrendous crimes? The Thin Blue Line tries its best to answer that. But does it do that job well? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster try their best to answer that.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 3:46am CDT
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In 1992, American society was going through a transition in a post-Cold War world. From that transition comes Joel Schumacher's Falling Down, a darkly comedic character study about an angry white middle-class man rampaging through Los Angeles trying to get to his daughter's birthday party and refusing to let anyone stand in his way. But does the film deserve the film's acclaim or does it deserve a solid thrashing? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:39am CDT
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In 1992, American society was going through a transition in a post-Cold War world. From that transition comes Joel Schumacher's Falling Down, a darkly comedic character study about an angry white middle-class man rampaging through Los Angeles trying to get to his daughter's birthday party and refusing to let anyone stand in his way. But does the film deserve the film's acclaim or does it deserve a solid thrashing? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:39am CDT
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In 1975, a young filmmaker named Stuart Cooper was working with the Imperial War Museum to make a World War II documentary about the individual soldier until he decided to make Overlord, a war film using unused war footage about a young man sent off to fight for Britain and is part of the first wave to hit the beach at Normandy and to meet him impending fate. But does the film revolutionize war movies or the product of a lazy filmmaker? Eric, Kent & Lobster check the reels to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:07am CDT
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In 1968, France's Jacques Tati had become an international film sensation in large part to his famous character Monsiour Hulot, a bumbling Parisian whose escapades had made the world laugh. Wanting to branch out along with expressing a serious concern of the modernization of Paris, Tati spent several years and millions of dollars to make his most expensive film yet. While the initial response was failure, it has grown to become one of Tati's most beloved films. But does the film deserve that praise or should it be lost the clutter of cubicles and office furniture? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:13am CDT
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In 2015, critics hailed an independent film shot entirely with an iPhone called Tangerine about a recently paroled trans woman in pursuit of her philandering boyfriend and his girlfriend over the course of Christmas Eve. But does the film live up to the critical acclaim or a descent to a pit of despair? Moviedude Eric, Kent & Lobster hit the streets to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:30am CDT
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In 1982, Director Ridley Scott, fresh off the success of Alien, chose a film adaptation of Phillip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" to create a cyberpunk film noir called Blade Runner starring newly minted megastar Harrison Ford. The troubled production was initially praised for it's visual flair while criticizing it's slow pace and tacked-on ending. But when the "director's cut" came out during the boom of VHS, the film's stature elevated outside cult classic to a widely hailed masterpiece. But does the film genuinely deserve the praise it got both for it's theatrical and post-theatrical renditions or should it disappear like tears in the rain? Eric, Kent & Lobster strap in for a little retirement. 

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 4:29am CDT
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In 1957, Swedish Filmmaker released The Seventh Seal into international theaters and became an instant icon of European cinema. The film about a knight and his squire traversing a Black Plague-riddled Sweden while playing a fate-deciding game of chess created countless knockoff and would provide some of the longest-lasting images ever put to film. But does the film deserve a pass or should it be taken away in a dance of despair? Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 1:55pm CDT
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1987 saw the return of Stanley Kubrick since 1980's The Shining. His film, Full Metal Jacket, took on the subject of the Vietnam War from the perspective of a group of raw recruits to full warfare. One slight problem, just months before Full Metal Jacket came out was the release of Platoon, which had critical adoration. But does Kubrick's view of an unpopular war still resonate or does it leave audiences doing the thousand yard stare? Join MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster at reveille as they discuss this film.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:54am CDT
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In 2001, the Boston Globe's investigative reports team known as Spotlight broke one of the most disturbing and longest-running conspiracies of all time. In 2016, the film Spotlight won the Best Picture Academy Award despite only winning one other award that year. The film topped many critics lists while being slow to catch on with audiences. But does the film deserve the high acclaim or should it have been lost in the archives? Moviedude Eric, Kent & Lobster pull out their notepads and chase the story.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:29pm CDT
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In 1960, director Stanley Kramer utilized his critical acclaim to make a riveting film based on the Broadway play Inherit the Wind. Pitting Hollywood titans Spencer Tracy and Frederic March against one another in a fictionalized retelling of the Scopes Monkey Trail, the film garnered many Academy Award nominations and made the careers of many who would go on in television. But does the film stand up to the test of time or does the court find it guilty? Eric, Kent and Lobster find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_104.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:14pm CDT
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In 2002, actress-comedian Nia Vardalos teamed up with producing partners Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson to bring her one-woman play to the big screen. The film My Big Fat Greek Wedding recounts a Greek Chicago woman's courtship and wedding to a non-Greek and the clash of cultures that occurred. The film swelled with word-of-mouth buzz and over the course of several months became a sensation. But does the film deserve to say "Opa!" or does it need to apply some Windex? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster don their tuxes and crash the wedding.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:00pm CDT
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In 1974, John Boorman made a post apocalyptic fantasy that was universally panned by audiences and critics and helped Sean Connery not see a good role for over a decade. In 2016, Legends Podcast challenged Arthouse Legends to watch this movie. Consider the challenge met.

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:29am CDT
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In 1975, as America was about to celebrate its bicentennial, critically acclaimed filmmaker Robert Altman was hard at work at making his contribution to the festivities in his film Nashville. A sprawling epic starring 24 noted actors about the lives and dreams of the citizens of the state capitol of Tennessee and self-proclaimed "Music City of the World". The critics deemed it a game changing piece of cinema while audiences didn't buy much into it. But does it deserve to belong or should it be outcast? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster take their seats at the Grand Ole Opry to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:17am CDT
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As two comic book titans are about the square off against one another in theaters, Arthouse Legends has decided to weigh in on the fight over fifty years in the making. On one corner, we look at Superman from his 1978 film directed by Richard Donner. On the other, we look at Batman as directed by Tim Burton from 1989. Both were widely recieved with acclaim that has survived recastings, remakes and Bat-nipples. But which one is better superhero? And more importantly, which is the better film? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster measure the tale of the tape to find out.

 

Music: "Faceoff" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:44pm CDT
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On the 100th Episode of Arthouse Legends, MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster return to the Family Business with Francis Ford Coppola and Mario Puzo as they tackle the first sequel to win the Academy Award for Best Picture, The Godfather Part II. Gone are Marlon Brando and James Caan, but in their place are new family members and newer threats. Critics and audiences consider this the pivotal sequel that rivals the original. But does that fly with our three geeks or does it need to take a ride on the boat?

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:27am CDT
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In 1962, Universal Pictures released the film version of Harper Lee's wildly successful bestseller, now American Classic tale of two children living in the heart of Jim Crow south and their father who faces adversity in defending an innocent African American on trial for rape. The film would go on to be a classic in its own right, but does it belong in that pantheon? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster take a seat in the balcony to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:23am CDT
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In 1988, Italian Art House Filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci proposed a film with the Chinese government to tell the story of the last proclaimed emperor of The Forbidden Kingdom who started his reign at 2 and whose last days were spent as a peasant gardener. Winner of nine Academy Awards including Best Picture, but does this film deserve those awards or should it be sent to a life of obscurity?

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:43am CDT
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In 2001, action director Antoine Fuqua teamed up with legendary actor Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke to tell the story of an ambitious rookie police officer who's being lead through the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles Police Department's Narcotics Division by a charasmatic and dangerous head detective. What no one expected was that Washington's performance would catapult him to winning his second Oscar and first as lead actor. But does the film earn the glory or does it deserve lonely death at the side of the road? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster roll out to investigate.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:50am CDT
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In 2007, an indie musical came out of the film festivals to massive critical acclaim and quickly garnered a popular following that eventually elevated it's two non-actor leads into musical sensations and Academy Award winners and their story into a Tony Winning musical. Once tells the story of an Irish busker who befriends a young pianist and make great music together. But does the film fall slowly or drop like dead weight? Eric, Kent & Lobster kiss the Blarney Stone to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:26am CDT
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In 2014, media sensation Oprah Winfrey helped get a film project about Martin Luther King Jr.'s turbulent campaign in Selma, Alabama off the ground. For the director's chair, she selected young indie filmmaker Ava Duvernay. With a cast rounded with classically trained British actors and a plethora of established names in small roles, Selma became a media darling and a three-time Oscar nominee, yet only winning one for best original song. But does Selma find glory for its subject matter or does it deserve to get lost in the sands of time? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster head south to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:50am CDT
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Concluding this year's Arthouse Rejects is a listener selection about a family man trapped in a very twisted day with his family at Walt Disney World. Escape From Tomorrow is as well known by how they made the movie more than the movie itself as the filmmakers used guerilla tactics to film inside the park without permits a film is is very much not family friendly. But does the outcome warrant more acclaim than the critics gave it credit or does the film deserve a strong dose of Cat Flu? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and special guest Jesse whose selection is what is being discussed.

 

Music: "Poofy Reel" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 1:53am CDT
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For nearly 20 years after Frank Herbert's epic space saga Dune reached bookshelves, talks of making a film version had been in the winds. But it would be powerhouse producer Dino DeLarentiis who would eventually get the project completed with up and coming cinema visionary David Lynch. After rumbings of dissatisfaction on the set and between director and producer, Lynch's vision of an alien world hundreds of thousands of years into the future where a mystical prophesy could be the key to a galactic power struggle came to the screen. The resulting mob of hate from fans and critics alike would drive Lynch away from big budget film productions for good. But did the film deserve to be eaten by monster worms or could this film be misunderstood? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Jonolobster awaken the sleeper to find out.

 

Music: "Poofy Reel" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 1:57am CDT
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1997 a golden year in films with such titles as L.A. Confidential and Titanic. The Man Who Knew Too Little was NOT one of those films. Starring Bill Murray during his mid-90s slump, this British farcical comedy about a dim-witted American caught up in international intrigue left critics cold and audiences colder. But were they wrong to turn their back on this film or should it have been left in a nameless ditch? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

 

Music: "Poofy Reel" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:45am CDT
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In 2015, Arthouse Legends recorded fifty-two episodes of classic and independent films. Looking back on the year, the MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster lament over the best, the worst and the most unique of the lot as well as a taste of what is to come in 2016, including the winner of the Listener's Choice to be recorded later this month. What makes the grade or gets left in the dust? Find out as the Year of the Future gets the send-off it deserves.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 1:42am CDT
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