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Hurts So Good

 

Aw, Man

 

Wave Goodbye

 

The Long of It

 

Movieha! Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast

 

Movieha! Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast

 

Speaking of Suicide…

 

Crawl for Your Oscar, Leo

 

Tarantinope

 

Animal Planet

Bringing an iconic film back to life is no easy feat, let alone an iconic film series. Because no one seemed to be happy with Tim Burton's attempt to remake Planet of the Apes in 2001, director Rupert Wyatt's origin story, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, probably always had the odds in its favor. Thankfully, it didn’t need them. Despite its flaws, which are the usual heavy-handed trappings of science fiction, this...


Who Knows What She Wanted

If Joyce McKinney’s life were a work of fiction, her author would have been mocked. Thankfully, master documentarian Errol Morris didn’t invent her, he simply found her.

Morris (Fast, Cheap & Out of Control, Fog of War) again shows his ability to mine absurd and obsessive personalities for darkly humorous and dramatic stories. Tabloid is disorienting and baffling, packed with un-documentary-like titillation....


Movieha - Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast!

Here we go again! This week is so chock-full of goodies it boggles the mind. Why, we reveal some news items, which in turn reveal Matt's shortcomings as a film lover, we review a charming British import, we inscribe another Movieha Moviehouse Commandment, talk about some Cthulu, and end it all with some haikus, excuse me, some Ha!kus. All for the price of free. Give your ears a treat and meet me on the other side...


Coog-Coog Can Chew

The Trip isn’t a movie.

That’s not criticism: It’s actually a six-episode BBC television series that was edited into a two-hour movie for easier transport and consumption. Having watched the edited version of the modestly endearing but repetitive antics of Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, the thought of folks tuning in for six straight weeks seems a bit daffy. Without any narrative backbone, the whole thing kind of...


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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

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