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Jun 2017 26

Wow! Lots of chiming in from the Mazan Movie Club this week. Everyone seems to love this movie and think it should be way higher than #76. Dave Loughman, Rick Ramos and the Irish Critic join Steve & Denise as we try and find anything wrong with Braveheart.

Do we care about Mel Gibson’s off-screen personae?

Shoud Gibson be in the best director’s list with Kubrick, Spielberg, Scorcese, Wilder and others?

Was Mel too old to be playing Wallace in this movie?

Why the hell did Wallace have sex with the princess?

What IS the best line in this movie?

Do movies need to worry about historical accuracy?

All this and more is discussed on this week’s episode.

Braveheart on IMDB

Mazan Movie Club HOME (and Steve on Facebook) Chime in HERE

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Rick Ramos and his Podcast

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Jun 2017 20

Rick Ramos returns! He joins Steve, Denise and the Irish Critic to discuss Fritz Lang’s disturbing and groundbreaking 1931 film “M”

Was this the precursor to CSI, Film Noir, Heat, and the anti-hero?

Does Denise like any B&W movies?

Were there conscious allusions to the Nazi movement in the film?

Did this pigeonhole Peter Lorre?

Was Fritz Lang a masochist?

All these questions and a lot more get covered on the shortest titled movie on our list.

 

“M” on IMDB

Mazan Movie Club HOME (and Steve on Facebook) Chime in HERE

Steve Mazan on Twitter: @Steve_Mazan 

Rick Ramos and his Podcast

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Jun 2017 12

The Irish Critic (Jackie Mazan) joins Steve & Denise for a full episode. “Requiem for a Dream” inspires her to hint at her own drug usage. Did she get as bad as Ellen Burstyn?

Does the Irish Critic have both arms?

Is Ellen Burstyn as good in this as Deniro was in “Raging Bull”?

Did Julia Roberts rob Ellen Burstyn?

Is this movie re-watchable?

Is this 2000’s “Manchester by the Sea”

How come celebrities only come around when Denise isn’t around?

All these questions and more get covered on this week’s episode of the Mazan Movie Club talking about Darren Aaronofsky’s dark masterpiece.

“Requiem for a Dream” on IMDB

Mazan Movie Club HOME & Steve on Facebook

Denise Mazan on Facebook

The Irish Critic on Facebook

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Jun 2017 06

2001’s Amelie hits the Mazan Movie Club. Comedian (and Dr.) Laura Hayden joins Steve & Denise to discuss this French movie that took the film world by storm. Is it too cute for it’s own good?

How fun is quirky?

Is this the antithesis of the cringe humor trend?

Can anyone else wear Amelie’s hair?

Could anyone else have played this role?

Is this a chick flick?

Do we need to call doctors “Dr…”?

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

Amelie on IMDB

Home of Steve & the Mazan Movie Club

Steve Mazan on Twitter

Laura Hayden on InstaGram

Laura Hayden on Facebook

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May 2017 25

The most polarizing film we’ve come across on our countdown yet! Stanley Kubrick makes his 3rd appearance on the Mazan Movie Club and not everyone is happy about it.

Are any WOMEN a fan of this movie?

Is Stanley Kubrick a fan of ANY women?

What genre would you put this in?

Is this a young man’s movie?

Why does some guy at Starbuck’s jump into our conversation? Did that guy just invent “Pod-Bombing”?

Horror Fan/Writer/Blogger Josh Soriano, and fellow cinephile and repeat guest Rick Ramos, join Steve Mazan to answer all this and more.

“A Clockwork Orange” on IMDB

Mazan Movie Club HOME (and Steve on Facebook) Chime in HERE

Steve Mazan on Twitter: @Steve_Mazan 

Josh Soriano on Facebook

Rick Ramos and his Podcast