This week, Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr went to see two new documentaries.
This week, arts reporter Euan Kerr and Movie Maven Stephanie share impressions of a documentary about a revered French eatery and the father/son team who run it, and a zany, bloody movie about a group of psychopaths and a screenwriter who wants to make a film about them. Oh, and Stephanie revisits a classic.
Whether it's a supposedly satirical film about butter sculptures, a Liam Neeson sequel, or the latest Tim Burton stop action animation, Stephanie and Euan are feeling underwhelmed.
"The Cube Critics" Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr are bullish about recent movie fare, but what about this week?
This week, arts reporter Euan Ker and Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis discuss a film that penetrates a post World War II cult, and a dramedy about a college alum who finds an unlikely romance on the campus of his alma mater.
This week, The Cube Critics discuss a French art film and so a new Spike Lee flick.
Two stars from the British sitcom and movie "The Inbetweeners" stopped by the cubicles of Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr to share their deep English accents, self deprecating senses of humor, and a little movie talk.
This week, arts reporter Euan Kerr and the Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis discuss their favorite flick of the summer.
The Cube Critics discuss the launch of a new genre, the bike messenger thriller, plus, how a lusty piece of French cinema rates, and how some aging action heroes stay on life support.
As we gear up for the start of political convention season next week, we take a look at the world of political books. What are your favorite political books? What books are more relevant today than ever before?
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Sometimes people just have to ask. The Cube Critics take on the burning cinematic questions of the day.
The Cube Critics are in buoyant mood as they consider a documentary about building the biggest home in America and a rom-com with a dark side.
On the discussion docket today, movies about the flash mob phenomenon, a neighborhood watch group fighting off aliens, and what the early days of the French Revolution were like.
This week, Cube Critics Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr discuss cinematic perfection in the form of a movie that encompasses an isolated Delta community, a mighty storm, and a six-year-old girl with a one-of-a-kind imagination.
With the summer heat driving people to the cineplex, movie maven Stephanie Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr outline some options in films about the Parisian child protection system, two sisters befriending the same fellow, and, of course, a movie whose main character has a "magical" ability to gyrate and disrobe at the same time.