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NEW! Podcasts!
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Hey folks! Now you can listen to past shows!
You have to open the file on your computer to listen but you can delete after you hear it, or not! Hope you enjoy!

APRIL 13,2011 http://www.mediafire.com/?cz6db9ch85912c5

MARCH 30,2011 http://www.mediafire.com/?6r4ffxgz2i3120i

MARCH 23,2011 http://www.mediafire.com/?vpypaokyi443k2n

Marshall Fine! Feb 6,2013 5-6pm wrcr.com
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This Wednesday, Feb. 6th we will be honored to have Marshall Fine on our show! Marshall Fine is a journalist, critic and author who has served as nationally syndicated film and TV critic and entertainment writer for Gannett News Service and as film and TV critic for Star magazine. He is a member and three-time chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle.

He has been a regular contributor to the Sunday Now! section of the New York Daily News. His writing has appeared in USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, New York Observer, Cigar Aficionado, Premiere, Cosmopolitan and Entertainment Weekly. He conducted the Playboy Interview with both Howard Stern and Tim Robbins.

He is the author of three biographies: Bloody Sam: The Life and Films of Sam Peckinpah (1991); Harvey Keitel: The Art of Darkness (1998); and Accidental Genius: How John Cassavetes Invented the American Independent Film (2006).

A native of suburban Minneapolis, he worked at newspapers around the country before arriving in New York and has the distinction of being fired as entertainment editor of the Jackson (Miss.) Clarion-Ledger for panning a concert by Anita Bryant.

He programs, produces and hosts the Emelin Film Club at the Emelin Theater, a performing arts center in Mamaroneck, NY, which just completed its sixth year; and the Thalia Film Club at Symphony Space in Manhattan, which just completed its first. He regularly guest-hosts at other film series in the New York area and has programmed films at the BAM Cinematek, Museum of Modern Art, Film Society of Lincoln Center, Museum of the Moving Image and the Jacob Burns Film Center.

another batch of photos/2012 SAG RedCarpet
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Now that you've seen the first round, here's the second round of photos I took on the 2012 SAG Awards red carpet!

On the red carpet waiting to be seated

The Shrine Auditorium where the awards are given out

Finally getting to our seats, notice the girl in turquoise who ends up sitting next to us!

Kelly Osborne texting and "The Actor's" butt

Waiting for the parade of celebrities to start

The kids from Boardwalk Empire

Jonathan Banks/Breaking Bad

The Paparazzi hard at work

The water gals

Octavia Spencer/The Help

Is this Kiefer Sutherland? I'm still not sure...

Alan Cummings/The Good Wife

Michael Pitt/Boardwalk Empire and Jamie Bochert

Nolan Gould and Aubrey Anderson-Emmons/Modern Family

Anybody know these gals???

Jessica Lange/American Horror Story

Jane Lynch/Glee

Alec Baldwin/30 Rock

Emma Stone looking adorable!

George Clooney and Stacy Kiebler, ya I know, just backs!

This is apparently Nick Nolte, but you could have fooled me!

Ya they're royalty, you can just feel it. Oh by the way, this is Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie...

2012 SAG Awards Red Carpet
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Just got back from the SAG Awards and wanted to share some photos I took! As soon as I can catch my breath I will be posting about how it all went down. And more pictures to follow!

2012 SAG Awards Red Carpet

Front Row Seat!

Jayma Mays/Glee

Kaley Cuoco/Big Bang Theory

Ariel Winter/Modern Family

Kunal Nayyar/Big Bang Theory

Linda Gray

Jenna Ushkowitz/Glee

Octavia Spencer/The Help

Michelle Williams/My Week with Marilyn and Busy Philipps

Sissy Spacek/The Help

Sophia Vergara/Modern Family

Melissa McCarthy/Bridesmaids

Jessica Chastain/Tree of Life

Ashley Fink/Glee

Kevin Bacon

Johah Hill/Moneyball

Amara Miller/The Descendants

Tilda Swinton/We Need To Talk About Kevin

Mark Salling/Glee

Zoe Saldana/Columbiana

Johnny Galecki/Big Bang Theory

Darren Criss/Glee

Emma Stone/The Help

George Clooney/The Descendants

George Clooney/The Descendants

Matthew Morrison/Glee

Maya Rudolph/Bridesmaids and Heather Morris,Chris Colfer/Glee

Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt

Heather Morris/Glee

Malcolm McDowell/The Artist

The official pass!

Glen Close/Albert Nobbs

Michelle Williams/My Week with Marilyn

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What a terrible blogger I am! My last post was what... like a year ago? So let's update. Many movies were released in 2010, some good some not so good. 3D is the newest craze because the higher priced tickets help set off the shrinking movie audiences. Some movies have benefited from being 3D and others are just gratuitous. Avatar was wonderful in 3D, but Jackass in 3D???? Is that a joke? Sequels and prequels are a big thing because studios believe they have some basis for consumer loyalty.

In the studio we said hello and goodbye to three great engineers: Derek, Ben, and Max. We miss them all. And now the engineering is up to.... yes, yours truly..... Me! I am getting the hang of it but thinking and talking together is not my strong suit.

The Academy Awards are on their way here. Lots of titles are kicking around like True Grit, The King's Speech and on, but I'll get back to that at a later post.

Most of all I just wanted to say hi to the readers (if you are still there) and tell you we are still here.

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One of the funniest clips from an otherwise bad movie - always gives me a good belly-laugh
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Mark Ebner interview
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Hi all! Trying to keep up here! Last week we had a phone interview with Mark Ebner of hollywoodinterrupted.com. "New York Times best selling author Mark Ebner is an award winning investigative journalist who has covered all aspects of celebrity and crime culture for Spy, Rolling Stone, Maxim, Details, Los Angeles, Premiere, Salon, Spin, Radar and New Times among other national and international publications. He has repeatedly positioned himself in harm’s way, conducting over fifty in-depth investigations into such subjects as Scientology, Pit Bull fighting in South Central Los Angeles, the Ku Klux Klan in Texas, celebrity stalkers, drug dealers, missing porn stars, sports groupies, college suicides and Hepatitis C in Hollywood."

He invested the "Bling Ring" and is currently working on bringing in Colton Harris-Moore who has been on the lam for three years, he is now 18 and has often been pursued by cops, and getting away barefoot. He also has a penchant for stealing planes and learned flying from booklets he bought on the internet.

Thanks so much Mark for the interview, the rest of the show was just goofy us!

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OK, OK!! So I haven't written here in a while! So sue me already! I have been busy with, well, you know.... LIFE! OK just being bratty now. So our time slot has changed back to our beloved time of 5 to 6pm. Do you know that as of May we have been on the air here at WRCR 8 years!!! That's crazy and awesome all at the same time! This week was kind of a big week for us. We video taped the show for the first time. I am considering posting it to facebook but I really don't like the way my hair looks! Also we are in negotiations to do a sort of reality show about Mostly Movies! How cool would that be!!?? We also were able to "podcast" the show at Blogtalkradio.com although the sound and set up are very poor. I think we can reconcile that by next Wednesday. So you see this week's show was a little confusing for us! This week we had a call from NOORRMM, and Judy from Stoney Point. Someone from Stoney Point also won this week's scratch ticket. Next week we are going to have Mark Ebner on! You may want to check out Hollywoodinterupted.com to see who he is. So for all of you who actually found us this week at our new time, thanks for listening! See ya Wednesday!