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Jun 2019 03

Comedian Calvin Murata joins host Steve Mazan to discuss “Annie Hall”…Calvin has never seen a Woody Allen film and gives a fresh millennial take on this Oscar winner.

Was “Star Wars” robbed?

Is this a love story?

Is Diane Keaton crazy and playing herself?

How influential is this movie?

Did Woody start the “guy with chick out of his league” trend?

What was Jeff Goldblum’s Mantra?

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

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May 2019 28

Comedian Steve Mazan is joined by his co-host Denise Mazan, who had never seen the film, to discuss “Midnight Cowboy” along with multiple time viewer The Irish Critic.

Is this a top 100 film?

Should it have been X-rated?

Is Hoffman’s cab thumping scene not dissected enough?

What the hell is Joe Buck’s truth?

Is Joe Buck the baseball announcer worse?

Does anyone miss this NYC?

Is this blacklist redemption?

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

“Midnight Cowboy” on IMDb

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May 2019 21

Sam Peckinpah’s revolutionary 1969 film “The Wild Bunch” hits the club and comedian Mark Pitta, fresh off a book about it, joins us to discuss it all.

Is this the greatest Western ever?

How come so many great Westerns can out in the late 60’s when the genre was dying?

Do we have anyone like Ernest Borgnine today?

How much older than 51 does William Holden look?

Is the bridge explosion the greatest stunt ever?

Does Vietnam have anything to do with what’s on screen?

Do audiences only like violent Peckinpah

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

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May 2019 14

Host Steve Mazan gets joined by velvety-voice fellow comic Chris Strait to discuss the Oscar champ of 1961 “West Side Story” from co-directors Robert Wise & Jerome Robbins…and an uncredited Shakespeare.

How well does this hold up?

Are Immigration & Police Corruption just as timely today?

Is it’s influence bigger than it’s actual value?

Is two and a half hours too much ballet fighting?

Is the cinematography the forgotten star?

Is it ok to play another race if they dub your voice?

Is a musical rape scene as ambitious as it gets?

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

“West Side Story” on IMDb

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May 2019 06

Host Steve Mazan is joined by comedian Mark Pitta to discuss everything about Arthur Penn’s trendsetting film “Bonnie and Clyde” with the best looking people on the planet at that time Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty.

How much of this is true?

Is Dunaway’s back as sexy as her rack?

Did Gene Hackman ever look young?

How violent was this for 1967?

Did Vietnam play a role in the action?

Who knew Willy Wonka was such a scoundrel?

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

“Bonnie and Clyde” on IMDb

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