May 2017 08

David Lean’s 1962 Best Picture winner gets the movie club treatment, and a lot of clubbers list this as one of their favorites: “Lawrence of Arabia”

Lawrence gets asked, “Who are you”…but we ask where are all the women?

Is three and a half hours too long for a movie? Do we need an intermission for the on demand video version?

Should Lawrence have told the Arabs they were pronouncing his name wrong?

Was Lawrence a traitor? Does it matter?

Do you need to see this on the big screen?

Is the Irish Critic a pushover for a handsome man?

Is Arabia any different from the hundred years ago these events took place, or the 50yrs since the movie was made?

Should this film be way closer to the top than #83?

All these questions and more get covered on this week’s Mazan Movie Club with returning favorite guest Reese Golchin, Denise Mazan and Steve Mazan.

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May 2017 01

Hosts Steve Mazan and Denise Mazan use Billy Wilder’s “Double Indemnity” as a jumping off point to discuss the entire film noir category. Denise thinks she doesn’t like the genre, but is it just B&W films she doesn’t?

Why does everyone think “Double Jeopardy” is a remake of this?

Is Barbara Stanwyck sexy or handsome?

Are Fred Macmurray and Edward G. Robinson really in love with each other?

Should you always watch a movie til the end? And what DVD did Denise break in the middle of watching it?

All these questions and a lot more are answered on this week’s Mazan Movie Club!

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Apr 2017 23


Is this Jim Carrey’s best serious role?

Would you wanna be in a serious relationship with Kate Winslet’s wacky character?

Can you believe the Hulk is in this?

Should a movie immediately be on your best list if you got a surprise handjob while watching it?

Tim Mingus joins host Steve Mazan to answer all these questions and many more. Steve hadn’t seen the movie in a few years but remembered it being in his personal top 10. Did rewatching it change that placement?

All is covered in this magical but hard to classify Charlie Kaufman/Michel Gondry film from 2004, #85 on IMDB “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”

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Apr 2017 16

MMC #87 “To Kill a Mockingbird”

The classic American Novel from Harper comes to the big screen! Can it possibly be better than the book?

Is Atticus the father you’d want to be? Is childhood like this anymore? What’s Boo Radley’s deal? Is John Grisham a copycat?

Comedian Heath Harmison joins Steve at sea to discuss this and everything else “To  Kill a Mockingbird”

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Apr 2017 08

Why is this movie titled “Amadeus”? Why use Mozart’s middle name? Why not “Mozart”? Why not “Wolfgang”? Hell, why not “Salieri”?

Milos Forman makes his 1st of two appearances on IMDB’s Top 100 list. Making a 2nd appearance is guest Reese Golchin who joins Steve and Denise Mazan live to discuss this 1984 Best Picture winner.

It won 8 Oscars including Picture, Director, Actor and Screenplay.  But should it be in the Top 100 of all time?

Is the Irish critic injured somewhere? Do we have MMC members in the Philippines?

All these questions and way more are discussed on a Facebook Live edition of The Mazan Movie Club.

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