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Following Films Podcast: SHE CAME TO ME Cinematographer and Friend of the Show Sam Levy

  Today I’m joined by Cinematographer and friend of the show Sam Levy. I had Sam on the show to discuss his work on his latest film SHE CAME TO ME. The film features Anne Hathaway, Peter Dinklage, and Marisa Tomei. The film is centered on a composer who is creatively blocked and unable to finish the score for his big comeback opera. At the behest of his wife, Patricia, formerly his therapist, he sets out in search of inspiration and finds much more than he bargained for. SHE CAME TO ME is currently playing in theaters everywhere and is worth your time. Make sure you check this one out. It was nice to leave a film (in October) feeling better than when I walked in. Sam is one of my favorite guests to have on the show and I’m always looking for an excuse to chat with him for an hour or so.  

Ep. 180 of War Machine vs. War Horse: The Intern (In Good Company vs. The Internship)

On this episode we are joined by Tom from the podcast Second Class Cinema as we work to a decision on two workplace comedies: IN GOOD COMPANY and THE INTERNSHIP. In the former, a young, inexperienced Topher Grace becomes Dennis Quaid's boss, and in the latter Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson find themselves over their heads with their young, tech-savvy fellow interns at Google. Our own battle of old vs. young has been inspired by the new Nancy Meyers comedy THE INTERN, and Hadas of Common Room is hired on for her insight into the film.

Ep. 109 of War Machine vs. War Horse - The Last Five Years (Begin Again vs. Song One)

On this episode we talk about two films that were released within the last year that combine romance, music, and the different perspectives two characters bring to those subjects with last summer’s BEGIN AGAIN, and the late winter release of SONG ONE. But first, an even newer release which just hit DVD and Blu-ray is discussed with writer/director Richard Lagravanese on his musical screen adaptation of THE LAST FIVE YEARS.