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Movieha! - Omaha’s favorite movie podcast

Another week closer to our first anniversary. If you haven't started saving your quarters up to buy us a pony, you'd better start now. This week's show digs into the Muppet-verse, reveals Russell Crowe's biblical origins, warns you about the worst trailer in the history of trailers, explores a lady soldier movie, analyzes a freezing cold ninja, and serves up poetry. If you want more, you'll have to start paying...


Titular (Lack of) Character

Although influential in its day, the cupboards of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “John Carter” have been thoroughly raided and plundered. Not even a lowly can of unwanted beans remains, as everything from Star Wars to Dune has feasted upon the contents of one of the first deliciously pulpy sci-fi icons. Much has been made of the damn near century long struggle to bring Carter to the big screen; sadly, he has arrived not...


Mommie Fearest

If done poorly, films that attempt to softly contextualize the actions of murderers and sociopaths are more than just failures; they’re dangerous. They inadvertently feed into America’s occasional obsession with fetishizing homicide, perpetuating a culture in which real-life killers can almost always bank on achieving a measure of fame for their crimes. Writer/director Lynne Ramsay’s We Need to Talk About Kevin...


Black Widow

The Bride Wore Black (1968) is the sixth film directed by François Truffaut. By this point, he had already gone from being Paris' most influential film critic to being one of international cinema's most exciting young directors, thanks to The 400 Blows (1959) and Jules and Jim (1962). It'd be safe to guess he learned quite a bit during that time, but likely the one thing that most influenced this movie was a book...


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