Cinecast #33: Failed Tale
Tuesday, 30 August 2005 01:00
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If "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" is the greatest film Terry Gilliam never made, "The Brothers Grimm" has the dubious distinction of being the movie he made instead. Over-ambitious and undisciplined, everything about "Grimm" feels second-rate -- the acting, the story, the direction. Though "Grimm" features isolated moments of visual inspiration, Adam and Sam agree that the entire film lacks coherence. Maybe "Tideland," a new Gilliam film scheduled for release this winter, will find the director in better form.

Also on the show, Listener Feedback, Massacre Theatre -- presented by Movies Passions.com -- and a preview of Friday's Top 5 Movie Badasses.

Music by Neko Case courtesy of Bloodshot Records ... Cinecast theme music by Age of the Rifle.

Listen  to Cinecast #33

Cinecast #33
:32-13:49 - Review: "The Brothers Grimm"
Music: Neko Case, "We've Never Met"
14:36-24:35 - Listener Voicemails
Music: Neko Case, "Furnace Room Lullaby"
25:45-28:43 - Massacre Theatre
28:44-32:56 - Top 5 Movie Badasses Preview

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