#189: Atonement / Top 5 Supporting Performances of 2007
Director Joe Wright's adaptation of Ian McEwan's acclaimed 2001 novel "Atonement" is garnering a lot of critical buzz. Will Adam be too distracted by the presence of his man-crush James McAvoy to recognize Wright's technical brilliance? Can Matty look past his aversion to most things described as "sweeping" and "British?"
Plus, Listener Feedback, Massacre Theatre and Filmspotting's Top 5 Supporting Performances of 2007.
Music by Kelly Hogan courtesy of Bloodshot Records.
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:33-14:36 - Review: "Atonement"
Music: Kelly Hogan, "No, Bobby Don't"
15:42-19:05 - Massacre Theatre (Winner: Arnold Briseno)
19:06-29:24 - Poll Questions, Listener Feedback (The Mist)
Music: Kelly Hogan, "Strayed"
30:52-43:31 - Top 5: Male Supporting Performances
Music: Kelly Hogan, "Sugarbowl"
44:18-47:39 - New DVDs, Donations
47:40-1:01:43 - Top 5: Female Supporting Performances
1:01:44-1:03:43 - Close/Next Show/Outtake
- Samantha Morton is 30. Shame on me (Adam).
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- Notable movies Matty hasn't seen yet (as of this recording): 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days; The Kite Runner; La Vie En Rose; Persepolis; Starting Out in the Evening; There Will Be Blood; This Is England
- Notable movies Adam hasn't seen yet (as of this recording): After the Wedding; Black Book; The Kiter Runner; La Vie En Rose; Persepolis; This Is England; The Wind That Shakes the Barley