After the Credits Episode 18 – April Preview


Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (353 Haiku Review) and Marina look ahead to the films opening in April!

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Show Notes:

Click on movie title for trailer.

:01 – Bumper

:04 – Introduction

Opening April 4th

2:33Shine a Light
4:13Nim’s Island
6:31The Ruins
8:08My Blueberry Nights
9:42Flight of the Red Balloon

Opening April 11th

10:48Street Kings
12:45The Visitor
13:46Smart People
15:10Prom Night
16:42Dark Matter

Opening April 18th

18:2188 Minutes
20:55The Forbidden Kingdom
24:51Forgetting Sarah Marshall
27:53Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?
29:07The Life Before Her Eyes

Opening April 25th

30:49Harod & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay
33:40Baby Mama
36:50Then She Found Me
40:05Standard Operating Procedure

42:52 – Closing thoughts
– MovieSet Postal contest

Closing music – Young@Heart cover Sonic Youth’s ‘Schizophrenia’

5 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 18 – April Preview

  1. Fun show everyone! I'm surprized at the lack of enthusiasm on Shine a Light, I found the trailer to be really good and I love how it shows a bunch of behind the scenes 'it could all go horribly wrong' stuff. Mind you, that is likely due to having worked in theatre, I just love that stuff!

    My Blueberry Nights seems to not be getting the greatest buzz, but I will still see it. I find it hard not to love Wong Kar Wai.

    Flight of the Red Balloon was here at TIFF 07 and it really has a touching pace to it. Hou Hsiao Hsien has a very particular shooting style (at least with this film) of doing all 10 minute takes, and only one take. I found the tone of the film lovely. Retrospectivally I wish I had seen The Red Balloon first, although it is in no way essential to the viewing.

    Dark Matter was a big success here during the reel asian festival, I didn't get a chance to see it though. It does sound hard to describe! Kudos for the efforts 🙂

  2. Thanks Shannon. Good to hear about the positive buzz on Dark Matter. Still a bit undecided on that one but I'm leaning into the "see" category.

    Kurt – I haven't. The trailer lost me at the end so I wasn't in a rush to see it and looking around town here, it hasn't even opened yet…unless I missed it which could very well have been the case this week.

  3. As you know, I'm a little new to this podcast thing .. I have no idea why but I never even noticed you did them .. lol

    Anyway back on focus, I gotta say Smart People was pretty decent I'd say it's a watcher .. and a nice surprise .. I think I had a similar concern about it being too smart for it's own good, but it finds a good balance .. & Quaid is surprisingly good.

  4. I love me a little Quaid and it happens to open this weekend so guess what we're watching tonight! 🙂

    And welcome to the whole podcasting business!!

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