This week, we’ve got several reviews and segments for you, dear listener. Erik kicks things off with a recommendation of the excellent new documentary The Imposter, which opens at Cinema 21 this weekend. We then get excited about the chance to see The Road Warrior at the Hollywood Theatre this weekend. From there, it’s on to the meat of the show as we discuss two new releases that are both adaptations, one from a play (Killer Joe) and the other from a book (Cosmopolis). Things end on a somber note as we look back at the career of director Tony Scott, who recently committed suicide.
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