Cinecast #56: Biopic Prison Blues
Wednesday, 23 November 2005 01:00
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Walk the Line: The music of Johnny Cash is alive and well in director James Mangold's Cash biopic "Walk The Line" -- even as performed by Cash stand-in Joaquin Phoenix. In his attempt to get the full measure of the 'Man in Black', however, Mangold sticks too closely to formula. Phoenix certainly does Cash justice, and Reese Witherspoon is charming as June Carter; but both Adam and Sam can't help feeling that the movie sacrifices depth for breadth.

Also on the show, Listener Feedback, the most embarrassing installment of Massacre Theatre EVER, and a look ahead to our Top 5 Music Moments.

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Music by Martin Sexton courtesy of Kitchen Table Records ... Cinecast theme music by Age of the Rifle.

Listen  to Cinecast #56

Cinecast #56
:32-16:41 - Review: "Walk the Line"
Music: Martin Sexton, "Diner"
18:15-19:53 - Cinecast Notes (The Only Listener In East Africa)
19:54-33:45 - Listener Feedback (The Princess, the Preppie, the Squid and the Whale)
Music: Martin Sexton, "Love Keep Us Together"
35:03-39:03 - Massacre Theatre: Adam and Sam Unplugged
39:04-46:34 - Top 5 Preview: Music Moments

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