Saturday, April 25, 2015
Is an actor a spokesperson, a regular Joe like you or I, or a human meat puppet? In light of a noisy Avengers: Age of Ultron press tour and the actions/comments of Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Jeremy Renner, Team Mamo digs into our relationship with the people who play our heroes.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Ebertfest coverage continues with discussion of Ida, Wild Tales, and Girlhood! And no restaurant recommendations, sorry.
Friday, April 17, 2015
Food-stuffed and lusty, Mamo reports on their second day at the Roger Ebert Film Festival 2015, with discussion of representation and mythology in cinema by way of Thursday's "Challenging Stigma Through the Arts" panel, and Godfrey Cheshire's excellent documentary, Moving Midway. Plus, our recommendation for local Mexican!
Thursday, April 16, 2015
It's a Mamo walk-and-talk, live on the streets of Champaign Illinois! We've returned to the Roger Ebert Film Festival for the third time, and take the opportunity to roundly question the validity of Jean-Luc Godard's Goodbye To Language. We'll report in a few more times over the next couple days as we work our way through this year's program. Plus, recommendations for pie!
Wednesday, April 08, 2015
Listen up woman! Shit’s about to get real. We’re not letting some snot-nosed Limey who thinks he runs the world get under the skin of this podcast. No sir, we’re calling in the cavalry. Mamo & Cinecast unite to dislodge any notion y’all got about taints or GPS parachutes. Cars do fly in this universe and damned we’ll be if any sum bitch, especially Jason Statham, is gonna take that away from us. We gots NOS in our brain and petrol in the veins; Sit down, have a tuna sandwich and chill with us. You can have any beer you like; as long as it’s a Corona. This is the Super Ticket bra. We’re talking Furious 7. Recognize. As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and again, thanks for listening!
Monday, April 06, 2015
Row Three's own Kurt Halfyard joins the Mamo boys to continue a debate that began long ago about the validity of the superhero genre. Specifically this time: death: what is it good for?