On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, this paper's film critics kick things off with something of a "potpourri segment," to borrow a phrase from Voice film editor Alan Scherstuhl. Echoing a common sentiment in the movie world, Scherstuhl describes the month of January as a "grim, featureless lands ... More >>
At the Friars Club luncheon for the Don Cheadle-Brendan Gleeson comedy The Guard the other day, the film's writer/director John Michael McDonagh casually mentioned that he wrote the 2003 movie Ned Kelly, but was banished from the set by the director, Gregor Jordan. Why? "I don't get on with ... More >>
They were all in the same room at yesterday's Friars Club event declaring Cheadle and Gleeson the best buddy comedy duo for their work in the fish-out-of-water romp The Guard.
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