Oscars roundup, CLIMAX, and GRETA with special guest Charlie Nash on Episode #242

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Friend of the show Charlie Nash returns to Spoilerpiece! This week kicks off with the highs, lows, and low-lows of this year’s Oscars (1:39). The show benefited from no host and some deserving folks got some trophies, but unfortunately ended with the worst Best Picture winner in at least a decade. Then, Charlie takes us through CLIMAX (22:15), a true spectacle from Gaspar Noé. It’s everything you expect from the French boundary-pusher, condensed into his most compelling — and least forgiving — experiment yet. The gang wraps things up with GRETA (31:20), a campy, trashy good time from Neil Jordan starring the immortal Isabelle Huppert.

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STRONGER, MOTHER! and YEAR BY THE SEA on Episode #167

Tatiana Maslany and Jake Gyllenhaal making a cute couple in STRONGER.

Tatiana Maslany and Jake Gyllenhaal making a cute couple in STRONGER, a more human take on the effects of the Boston Marathon Bombing.

This week the guys talk about the wacky world of Colorado marijuana dispensaries before they delve into three very different movies. Dave and Kris lead off with STRONGER (3:18), the David Gordon Green/Jake Gyllenhaal film about one man’s struggle to overcome the trauma of losing his legs in the Boston Marathon Bombing, while he deals with the pressure of living in the public eye. Then Evan reviews YEAR BY THE SEA (30:38)*, a tale about an older woman who finds herself by moving to Cape Cod. And last, but certainly not least, all three guys discuss MOTHER! (42:49), the polarizing Darren Aronofsky picture that they have completely different opinions about.

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*YEAR BY THE SEA opens in the following Boston-area theaters:

  • West Newton Cinema (West Newton, MA)
  • Dedham Community Theatre (Dedham, MA)
  • Capawock Theatre (Vineyard Haven, MA)
  • Martha’s Vineyard Film Center (Vineyard Haven, MA) (9/27 & 9/28 only)