Greetings programs! This week we’re getting caught up in the fascination that is gripping the nation. That’s right, it’s the Barbenheimer episode! Both Oppenheimer and Barbie are being hailed as being some of the best filmmaking of the year. Do we agree? Yes, yes we do, and listen in to find out why!Continue reading “Podcast: Oppenheimer & Barbie”
North Bend Film Festival continues with two esoteric and singular films, Dash Shaw’s Cryptozoo, an a dreamy animated commentary on capitalism and Swan Song, a personal journey of restoration and reclamation featuring stunning performance from Udo Kier.Continue reading “North Bend 2021 Quick Reviews: ‘Cryptozoo’ and ‘Swan Song’”
It’s strange to think that _This Is The End_ is the funniest movie of the year so far. At first glance it looks like a vanity project where Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg just wanted to work with all their friends and then setting that idea against the biblical end of the world. It really feels like it shouldn’t work at all but you know what? It really really does.
To put it succinctly: I haven’t laughed that hard all year.
It’s finally back. It’s _finally_ back. Arrested Development was cancelled after just three seasons on Fox because despite critical acclaim and a dedicated fan base the series never gained enough rating to justify keeping it on the air (or so Fox said, many are dubious of this).
There have been various efforts to bring the show back through the 7 years since it’s cancellation but finally Netflix bought the rights, brought everyone back and now we have a 4th season. But is it the 4th season we’ve been waiting for? Yes and no.
Good news everyone! Netflix has announced the debut date for the forthcoming fourth season of Arrested Development. [According to Deadline](http://www.deadline.com/2013/04/arrested-development-gets-premiere-date-on-netflix-order-increased-to-15-episodes/) 26th of May is the lucky day.
> Arrested Development centers around Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman) and his eccentric family comprised of his son George Michael (Michael Cera), his father George Bluth Sr (Jeffrey Tambor), his mother Lucille (Jessica Walter), his brothers George Oscar Bluth II (Will Arnett), Buster Bluth (Tony Hale) and sister Lindsay Funke (Portia de Rossi), and Lindsay’s husband Tobias (David Cross) and their daughter Maeby (Alia Shawkat). Season 4 picks up the family seven years after the original series ended, with each new episode dedicated to a different character’s point of view. Hurwitz, Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Jim Vallely and Troy Miller executive produce.
I’ve recently started re-watching the original three seasons on Netflix in anticipation of this and I’d actually forgotten how much I love the show. The style of comedy is exactly up my alley and I really hope that the new season reaches the same level of ridiculous hilarity.
Today, following yesterday’s announcement, a new poster showed up on the [Arrested Development Facebook page](https://www.facebook.com/ArrestedDevelopment) so here’s a look at that too.
You know, I had an inkling this would be a funny movie but it looks like it might be balls out hilarious. Or stupid. Or both.
Holy shit, the number of cameos in this is going to be ridiculous. I can’t wait.