Movieha - Omaha’s Movie Podcast!

If you've come here looking for an in-depth discussion of the proper female term to complement the male term "Schmo." If you've come here seeking in depth discussions of two mediocre comedy-based movies. If you've come here looking for Matt singing snippets of not one, not two, but THREE different songs. Well then, this episode of Movieha is so good, it will knock yo momma on her butt. Give your ears a treat and meet me on the other side for the trailers we mention.

On Your Radar: Raise Dead

This week's pick for obscure or potentially overlooked independent movie is one of my absolute favorites so far. With all the intensity and sci-fi-ness of an Aronofsky movie, this real-life tale looks to be perfectly thrilling! I cannot wait to get my peepers on this one.

Netflix Roulette: Streets of Fire

I admit shame for never having watched this one. Walter HIll? Willem Dafoe? Diane Lane? BIKER GANGS AND 80s MUSIC?! Looks like we're in for a treat!

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Cutting Room for August 17

  • Whether it’s because of the quotable dialogue, the copious use of Michelle Pfeiffer in her prime or our inherent ability to accept gangsters despite their being terrible, terrible people, Scarface is massively beloved. Now, for the first time in a long while, you can see all the coke-snorting and murder on the big screen, like God and Brian De Palma intended. Both AMC Oakview 24 and AMC Star Council Bluffs 17 will screen the orgy of violence and excess August 31 at 7:30 pm. For more information, head to fathomevents.com. The only question left is who are you going to dress up as? Dibs on “gunned down police officer who is trying to serve justice.”
  • Although in my household, just about every night is movie night, but that title is a little more official on Wednesday nights down at Hot Shops Art Center (www.hotshopsartcenter.com). At 8:30 pm each humpday (I had to), for the affordable price of “free,” you can check out a local film which will play before a mainstream movie, all in an effort to collect donations to keep the movies rolling and to help local filmmakers. First up is the local flick Heels to the Pavement, followed by one of my faves, Best in Show. Talk about Movie Night done right!
  • Because free is my favorite price, let’s try another freebie: On Thursday, September 15 at 6:30 pm, Film Streams (filmstreams.org) is holding a special event featuring Simon Kilmurry, whose last name makes it sound like he detests the lovable star of Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day. Thankfully, he’s not here to destroy Billy M, as his job is the Executive Director of the award-winning PBS series “POV.” And he’s at Film Streams to show an inside look at the program’s process, present clips and answer questions. Reserve your seats with maggie@filmstreams.org now, because free stuff tends to be popular.

Cutting Room provides breaking local and national movie news … complete with added sarcasm. Send any relevant information to film@thereader.com. Check out Ryan on Movieha!, a weekly half-hour movie podcast (movieha.libsyn.com/rss), and also catch him on the radio on CD 105.9 (cd1059.com) on Fridays at around 7:30 a.m. and follow him on Twitter (twitter.com/thereaderfilm).


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Movieha - Omaha’s Movie Podcast!

This week's episode invents the term "Deucing the Vowels," perpetuates the use of "Ben and Jerry's" as a term for male genitals, repeats the phrase "pec juice," and presents the news, reviews, and tomfoolery you've come to expect. We're still the only podcast out there rocking haikus to preview this week's upcoming releases. There's probably a reason for that. Give it a listen and we'll meet you on the other side with the trailers we mention in the show!

On Your Radar: The Day

We love us some postapocalypse. This is no exception. While we don't know a whole heaping helping of information about this independent flick, but it looks like it's right up in our wheelhouse!

Netflix Roulette: I Am Comic

A funny documentary? Boy howdy! This one was suggested by Netflix itself, who promises I will love it. We'll see...

That's it for this week. Thanks again for all your support! Please sign up for our RSS feed HERE, download our podcasts and rave about us in the comments section of iTunes HERE, follow us on Twitter HERE, and become a fan of us on Facebook HERE! And as always, email any comments and concerns to movieha@gmail.com And remember, when you comment about us in any of these formats, you are INSTANTLY awarded 10 cool points on your permanent record, enough to make up for that one album you bought and deny ever owning...you know the one...

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Transcendence

A wildly average film that thinks it is brilliant.

GRADE
C


Ernest & Celestine

A kids movie for kids with kid jokes and kid themes.

GRADE
B+


Captain America: Winter Soldier

A kinetic crash of conspiracism and costumed crusaders!

GRADE
A-


Noah

Bible school by way of JRR Tolkien and Stephen King.

GRADE
A


The Grand Budapest Hotel

This madcap caper proves Anderson can do things (kinda) different!

GRADE
A


Need for Speed

If you're the "dumber" version of Fast and Furious, you lose.

GRADE
F


300: Rise of an Empire

A prequel, side-quel and sequel with the same style and carnage.

GRADE
B


The Wolf of Wall Street

DiCaprio crackles but the movie fizzles without taking a clear stance on Wall Street excess.

GRADE
B-


Marvel Blockbusts a Cap

With fight choreography pickpocketed from Baryshnikov and more leaping and bounding than Pooh’s friend Tigger on cocaine,...

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That Ship Cray

They gave the guy who made Requiem for a Dream $150 million to make a movie about Noah’s ark. Huh?! In Requiem,...

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Quirking on Something Different

To alter a phrase from Twain, who won’t mind because he’s dead, writer/director Wes Anderson repeated history until he...

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Speedy and Irritable

The most important thing to know before attempting to endure the lumbering bore that is Need for Speed is this: every...

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