This week on The OFCC Podcast, we're joined by critics Joe O'Shansky (The Tulsa Voice), Craig Sanger (KOKH TV Fox 25 in OKC) and Jeff Huston (www.Icantunseethatmovie.com).
Host Charles Elmore hosts a roundtable review of the following movies:
Beauty and The Beast (starting at 2:00)
Personal Shopper (at 11:25)
Power Rangers (at 27:30)
Life (at 37:11)
The Salesman (at 46:30)
Also; recently Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has been making headlines recently, after throwing some shade at Movie Theaters.Which you can catch up with here:http://www.nasdaq.com/article/netflix-ceo-reed-hastings-movie-theaters-havent-innovated-beyond-popcorn-cm762376
as well as Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League's impassioned response here: http://www.indiewire.com/2017/03/tim-league-netflix-reed-hastings-response-1201795232/
We’ll debate the content of his insults, All that, and more, coming up on the OFCC Podcast.
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Our theme music is provided by Tulsa folk artist Symon Hajjar and his group Dear Saint Isaac. The music of Dear Saint Isaac can be found on iTunes.
We’d also like to thank The Tulsa Voice, an ongoing sponsor of the OFCC Podcast that helps make the recording of each episode possible.
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This week we're joined by Adam Chitwood (www.collider.com), James Cooper (former president of OFCC) and Craig Sanger (Vice-President, OFCC).
This week we discuss the new releases:
Kong: Skull Island
Then we discuss the fallout from this years Academy Awards ceremony. Finally we look to the future with Adam as he discusses some of the films coming out this year that could become awards contenders.
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You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, as well as rate us and give us a review, and please consider sharing the show with others if you enjoy what you hear.