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Cutting Room for August 3

• If you want to find an overly testosterone-d, oddly puffy, former action movie icon in the next few months, you’ll have to book a trip to Bulgaria. The Expendables 2 is shooting, and the rumor mill has dropped some steaming casting news on the sidewalk. Supposedly, Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Mickey Rourke, Terry Crews, Jet Li and Bruce Willis will now be joined by John Travolta, Chuck...


Movieha - Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast!

Welcome back, you sexy denizens of the interwebs. Let me first congratulate you on your fine taste in podcasts. This week's ear buffet offers entrees that include news items, movie reviews, and deep, dark confessions. Also, there are poems about this week's releases that we shall from now on refer to as Ha!kus and not haikus. What are you waiting for, click PLAY!

And now for the trailers we mentioned in this...

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Cutting Room for July 27

 

  • Charlie Kaufman’s only directorial effort, the genius work of art that is Synecdoche, New York, broke my brain in half. Thus, announcement of his forthcoming sophomore effort fills me with equal parts glee and a desire to purchase of copious amounts of aspirin. It comes with the inauspicious title Frank or Francis and the simplistic plotline, “a volatile back and forth between a film director (Frank) and an...


Movieha - Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast!

Welcome once more to Movieha, the podcast voted most likely to change your life (that vote had an accuracy of 0-100%). This week sees another minor squabble between myself and Matt Lockwood, as well as a truly horrid Netflix pick, some particularly newsy news, and more crowd-pleasing haikus (because what pleases people like haikus? Answer: Nothing.) Listen up and meet me on the other side for the trailers we spoke...

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Sunset Song

A sullen Scottish tale of dour depression, somehow told and played beautifully.

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A-

X-Men: Apocalypse

A nonstop mutant fight club with little plot, thin characters and a whole lotta fun!

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B

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A boring "horror" movie in which the scariest thing is the hygeine of American pilgrims. 

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An uncomplicated but visually experimental documentary simplistically arguing: "Museums good."

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