Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Mamo #14: A Certain Age

The end of the festival is the beginning of the fall fun-o-rama-rama, and Jodie Foster is back to kick it off with a rare blockbusting appearance. She's made the transition to middle age with style, grace, and most of all incredible success. The Matts try to puzzle through why what she does works, and whether other actresses can follow in her footsteps.

Mamo #13: Better Late than Mamo

Unlucky Mamo #13 arrives fairly late (it was recorded on September 18th) due to a plague of technical problems that might have been real or imagined... but it's here at last! Join the Matts as they wrap up the Toronto International Film Festival 2005 in an extra-long podcast (to make up for the extra-short ones prior) that talks about the best of the fest, the worst of the price wars, and everything in between.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Mamo #12: Mamo over sushi with brown rice

Checking in from the Toronto International Film Festival on day... what is today?

It's another Mamo live on the street (or in a sushi bar, whatever), where we look back at what's been good since our last installment, and what might be good before our next one.

Sunday, September 11, 2005

Mamo #11: Mini Mamo a Gogo Burrito

It's a rough and ready Mamo as we grab a bite between screenings at the Toronto International Film Festival and recap on the first 3 days of screenings. 6 hours of low-life drug traffickers, futuristic Cameroonian prostiitutes who kick major ass, and a look inside the new Terry Gilliam film are just a few of the highlights of this week's first Mamo.

Saturday, September 03, 2005

Mamo #10: Always on the Run

We reunite for a brand spanking new regular ramble. Join us as we wend our wicked way through the delightful world of the Toronto International Film Festival, or Tiff as it's affectionately known. We'll let you know what we're looking forward to, and what we're dreading, as we gear up for a solid week of losing it at the movies.