Joe and Erik made it out to a screening of AYT favorite “Jaws” this week, which screened at the Hollywood Theatre, and we find time to talk about why it’s an enduring classic. We then shift in to grumpy mode as we review Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest, “The Dictator.” In talking about this pretty awful film, we felt it necessary to point you dear listener towards some lesser-appreciated comedies that push buttons and still have big laughs. Things end with another round of Love It/Hate It.
If you’re a Portland listener then make sure to come out to the Whitsell Auditorium this Friday as the NW Film Center continues its latest retrospective series: CASTLES IN THE SKY: MIYAZAKI, TAKAHATA, AND THE MASTERS OF STUDIO GHIBLI. We’ll continue showing new 35mm prints of the classics from this giant of world cinema, with “Ocean Waves” and “Porco Rosso” screening this Friday. The series runs until May 27. Head to nwfilm.org for more information on titles, screening times and to purchase tickets.
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