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Dec 2018 11

 

4 Angry comedians discuss “12 Angry Men” on this week’s Mazan Movie Club. Gary Brightwell, Jeff Capri and a tardy Eric Toms join Steve Mazan to talk about Sidney Lumet’s 1957 directorial debut.

Does this deserve a Top 5 spot?

Did Jack Warden deserve an Oscar nod?

Who’s paying for those knife marks on the jury table?

Is a polo shirt with a tie a good look?

Is this one of the best casts assembled?

Is this “cinematic”?

All these questions and more get answered on this week’s Mazan Movie Club.

“12 Angry Men” on IMDb

Gary Brightwell’s Website

Jeff Capri’s Website

Eric Toms online

Steve Mazan on Facebook

Home of the Mazan Movie Club

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Dec 2018 04

Actor/Comedian Lawrence Thomas joins the podcast to discuss Spielberg’s highest rated film on IMDb “Schindler’s List” a film he had never seen before. Plus the Irish Critic!Did he/we cry?

Is this a rewatchable movie?

Who is better Neeson or Fiennes?

Is this Spielberg’s best?

Why no Easter eggs or bloopers?

Is the girl in red coat one of the most iconic film images ever?

All these questions and more get answered on this week’s Mazan Movie Club.

Schindler’s List on IMDb

Lawrence Thomas on Facebook

Home of the Mazan Movie Club

Steve Mazan on Facebook

Steve on Twitter

Guests: Lawrence Thomas and The Irish Critic join Host & Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan

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Nov 2018 27

From the great film year of 1994 comes another game-changer, Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction.” Filmmaker/Comedian Eric Toms comes back on the podcast to discuss pulp, filmmaking, screenwriting, style and everything else about the influencer of the last quarter century.

Did this film deserve the Best Picture Oscar?

Did Mia and Vincent deserve that Twist Contest trophy?

Did Vincent basically ruin everything?

Would YOU wear a butt-watch?

Can you ever experience it like the first time?

Was this movie the adrenaline shot Hollywood needed?

All these questions and more get answered on this week’s Mazan Movie Club.

“Pulp Fiction” on IMDb

Eric Toms on Twitter

Steve Mazan on Facebook

Home of the Mazan Movie Club (chime in HERE)

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Nov 2018 20

Longtime contributor John Brune joins the podcast to discuss one of his Top 10, the finale of Sergio Leone’s Eastwood trilogy about the man with no name.

Does Eastwood have a name or not?

Is Eli Wallach really the star?

Is this the most recognizable score ever?

Was does this have to do with The Sweathogs?

Did “Star Wars” and “Apocalypse Now” steal from this?

All these questions and more get answered on this week’s Mazan Movie Club podcast.

“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” on IMDb

John Brune’s website

Steve Mazan on Facebook/Home of the Mazan Movie Club

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Nov 2018 14

Reese Golchin jumps back into the club to discuss another club—“Fight Club”…him and Steve break rules 1&2 and talk about it in depth. Tyler Durden would let it slide.

Could this be made anytime other than when it was?

Can you believe it’s almost 20yrs old?

Is this the greatest twist in cinema?

Are we missing another possible twist?

What’s Rosie O’Donnel’s problem?

Is this Pitt, Norton or Fincher’s best?

All these questions and more get answered on this week’s Mazan Movie Club.

“Fight Club” on IMDb

Reese Golchin on Instagram

Steve Mazan On Facebook/Home of the Mazan Movie Club