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Movieha! - Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast

This has been one weird week. Having the fourth of July fall on a Wednesday gave us a week that felt like it had two Mondays (boo) and two Fridays (yay). Sadly, you only get one Movieha. This week we discuss Tyler Perry branching out into outer space, which is where Starship Troopers live. We geek-gasm over The Man with the Iron Fists trailer, in all its eye-punching glory. I cry a bit over The Amazing Spider-man...


Cutting Room for June 29

  • To paraphrase from our esteemed VP, whether or not you like it, The Hunger Games is a “big effing deal.” Sure, he was referring to health care reform that has the potential to save the lives and fortunes of millions of Americans and I’m just talking about a movie sequel, but still… Francis Lawrence, the recently appointed and wildly underqualified new director taking over Catching Fire, has weighed in with one...


Movieha! - Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast

Friday is the holiest of all days to those of us who grind out a 9-5 schedule. And thus, it is the day your ears get blessed with new Movieha! This week, Matt and I ramble on about the significance of movie rankings (like stars and letter grades), pontificate on Popeye, consider How to Stop a Plague, marvel over Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, mildly disagree about Griff the Invisible, and get our haiku...


Movieha! - Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast

Welcome audio explorers! This week your two intrepid (that means vulgar, right?) hosts discuss the finer points of turtle fighting and the acceptable mourning time before a reboot, reveal our new favorite word for hobo, pass the new Tom Cruise movie like a kidney stone, christen a cult classic in Netflix Roulette, and write you some poetry. What more do you want from us?!

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Two Days, One Night

This harrowing, heartbreaking tale is a parable for how the poor live now.

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A-

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Mr. Turner

A spectacularly crafted piece that transcends its boring genre.

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A

Kingsman: The Secret Service

A gleefully cheeky action-comedy that nearly perfectly sends up 007.

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B

On DVD: Birdman

A delirously fun satirical send up of artistic pretension. 

GRADE
B+

On DVD: The Theory of Everything

"Out of this world" performances buoy a sub-par script.

GRADE
B+

Jupiter Ascending

Gleefully stupid, gloriously silly, this is a throwback to serialized sci-fi escapism.

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A-

Zero Motivation

This Israeli comedy about military service is a mixed bag.

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C+

Project Almanac

An impossibly dumb movie about shallow morons and time travel.

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F

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