Saturday, November 17, 2012

Sharing the Blogging Love


Wondering what film lovers have been chatting about this week?

Here is Your Reading and Listening Schedule for Today:

9 am: Episode 124 of the French Toast Sunday podcast list their top 3 Canadian films.

10 am: Episode 127 of TUMP has the guys discussing Bernie.

11 am Nostra give Brad Pitt’s latest film, Killing Them Softly, a rave review.

12 pm: Nick offers up a review of Lincoln.

1 pm: Alex shares some thoughts on Holy Motors, a film I cannot wait to see!

2 pm: Dan took in LCD Soundsystem documentary Shut Up and Play the Hits.

3 pm: The Vern reflects on the great cinematic experience in his life.

4 pm: M. Hufstader names James Bond’s boss M the BAMF of the week.

5 pm: Joanna wrote an interesting article entitled On Child Stars and Sexism: Ownership of the Mature Female Form. I highly recommend you give it a read.

6 pm: John list the 9 best movie bears.

Bonus 1: Episode 85 of the KL5-Film podcast has the guys explaining why they like horror films.

Bonus 2: Toby is one of the few to provide a positive take on the film Bachelorette.

Bonus 3: Episode 43 of The Long and Late Movie Show talk Skyfall and Lincoln.

13 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for the link.

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  2. Hey CS, been away for a while but liking the new layout you have going on here. Keep up the good work.

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    1. Glad see you are back writing again, Mike. I was actually trying to get a hold of you back in August but no one seemed to have your email address. Shoot me an email when you get a moment: bigthoughtssmallmind@hotmail.com

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  3. Awesome. Thanks for the link.

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    1. My pleasure, Dave. I am slowly trying to catch up on the episodes I have missed.

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  4. Hey man. Good to know you liked the Bernie ep. Lots of great sharing here...

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    1. Your show is one that I listen to regularly, though I have missed a few episodes recently due to my time at the both Toronto After Dark and Reel Asian film festivals.

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  5. As usual a very eclectic list, thanks for the mention.

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    1. I try my best to mix the list up a bit. Variety is always a good thing.

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  6. Thanks for the link love!

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    1. It was long overdue as I realized, due to all the festival coverage, that I had not done one of these posts in a while.

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  7. Thanks so much for the link, CS! Holy Motors is a trip if there ever was one.

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