Friday, March 25, 2011

Sharing the Blogging Love

Wondering what bloggers have been chatting about this week?

Here is Your Reading Schedule for Today:

10 am: In Episode 8 of the second season of the Midnight Movie Club podcast, the guys discuss the John Woo/Van Damme film Hard Target.

11 am: Hatter has a nice piece on what it is like to experience Gremlins again through a child’s eye.

12 pm: Episode 39 of the Reel Insight podcast highlights the career of Alan Rickman.

1 pm: Sasha shares her thoughts on Sucker Punch. A film I hope to catch this weekend.

2 pm: Aiden take a trip to the Connery era of James Bond with You Only Live Twice.

3 pm: Custard looks at the films that shaped his twenties.

4 pm: Anders reviews The Mechanic.

5 pm: Paolo has some additional questions regarding the film Limitless.

6 pm: As a special treat, below is a cinematic dance montage that was created by Bob from the blog Eternal Sunshine of the Logical Mind. Many thanks go out to Bob for granting me permission to share the video on this site. Be sure to stop by his blog and share your thoughts on the montage.


  1. it's like reciprocating linkage day around here!

  2. @Hatter - The funny thing is, I am pretty sure we both wrote our posts yesterday. I guess great minds think a like. LOL.

  3. Glad you could forgive the recording issues with Episode 39. I thought it was one of the most fun weeks to watch.

  4. Thank you kind sir...It was a great deal of fun putting that together, so I'm glad a couple of people have liked it.

    But why wait until 6PM to watch?! Come on, it's just after lunch if you're at work (East Coast anyway), so give yourself a little jumpstart to the afternoon by watching it now!

    And that explains why I don't do a lot of self-promotion...

  5. Wow - Hard Target. I haven't seen that in forever. JCVD + mullet + Lance Henriksen = love.

  6. @Jess – Really enjoyed the episode. Rickman is a fascinating actor to cover.

    @Bob – I figured the 6 pm slot would give people ample time to watch the clip over and over. However you do make a good point about capitalizing on the lunchtime rush.

    @Fletch – I has been a while since I saw the film myself. Completely forgot about the fact that JCVD punches out a snake in the film. Not JCVD’s best work, but still entertaining on a certain level.

  7. Thanks for the link CS!!

    I bow my head in your general direction.

    I am busy with my World Cinema weekend. Only managed La Haine and Half of Oldboy last night (I am blaming the beer)

    Will try and get more done tonight.

    Thanks again. I will get some reading done this weekend

  8. @Custard - No problem. Look forward to your thoughts on Oldboy and the other films in your World Cinema weekend

  9. Yay!

    Custard: I would also like to hear your thoughts on Oldboy and La Haine. The latter was so good it almost unseated Twelve Monkeys as my favorite movie of 1995.


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