#454: James Cromwell / Blue Jasmine / Top 5 Supporting Players in Lead Roles
Mr. Lundegaard, we're just here to talk about this week's Top 5: Supporting Players in Lead Roles. The heck we mean? Like fer instance, Frances McDormand in FARGO. Plus, Adam’s chat with longtime supporting player James Cromwell about his starring role in the new film STILL MINE, and a review of Woody Allen's latest, BLUE JASMINE. All that, and the Chicago Tribune’s Michael Phillips.
0:00-3:04 - Billboard / Squarespace
1:34-26:30 - Interview: James Cromwell ("Still Mine")
Music: Anat Cohen, "Anat's Dance"
22:31-24:03 - Shutterstock
24:03-33:13 - Massacre Theatre
33:13-42:21 - Polls / Notes
42:21-1:01:40 - Review: "Blue Jasmine"
Music: Anat Cohen, "La Vie en Rose"
1:02:57-1:05:38 - Pay The Dealer
1:05:38-1:48:10 - Top 5: Supp. Players in Lead Roles
1:48:10-1:54:18 - Close / Outtake
- Adam misspoke: Neighboring Sounds is a narrative not a doc.
- Massacre Theatre winner: Jeremy Kinney, Lansing, MI
- Fandor recs: Neighboring Sounds, Zero Killed