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Bella Roma

On this week's show, Arch, Ann and Marc review "Roma", "Vox Lux", "Happy as Lazzaro", and "Divide and Conquer". They also go through some of the early awards and look for any indication as to how that will play out in the Oscars. They look back at a bad campy movie with a great soundtrack, give some extra recommendations and of course : closing lines!


Flouncy Frippery



Happy Thanksgiving!!

It's the holiday edition of At The Movies! Ann and Arch are both out of town, but Marc is in studio and he chats with both of them by phone, and the preview a few movies : "Creed 2", "Ralph Wrecks the Internet", "Fantastic Beasts 2", and "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs". They also talk about some of the shows they are watching - including "Ozark", "Homecoming", "The Rookie", and "Escape from Dannemora". All of that plus some thoughts on the Mark Twain award show, and on the holiday season with...


Youth, Middle Age, and "You're Looking Good!"

Ann, Arch, and Marc get you ready for the weekend with what to see on the big screen this weekend! They review "Green Book", "Widows", "Instant Family", and "The Front Runner". Ann also shares her story of going to LA for the AFI Fest, they pay tribute to Stan Lee and talk about the influence he ended up having on the movie world. Plus - a look back at "Love Actually" with the soundtrack song of the week, and some under the radar movie recommendations, emails from Extras, and of course :...


All we are saying, is give Docs a chance!

Ann, Arch and Marc are ready with what you should go see in theaters this weekend! they review "Boy Erased", "A Private War", "Maria by Callas", "Monrovia Indiana", and although they didn't see it, they give thoughts on "Overlord". They also talk about a new show on Amazon - "Homecoming", some news about a legendary Aretha Franklin movie finally coming to the public, a possible new Breaking Bad movie, a look back at one of the biggest selling singles of all time from one of the biggest...


Wherever Viggo, I go

Arch, Ann and Marc dive right in and talk about the big movies opening this week! they spend a lot of time on "Bohemian Rhapsody", plus they chat about "Suspiria", "Nutcracker and The Four Realms", and the revival of a lost Orson Welles movie. Ann also shares her conversation with Diane Lane (and Ann also has a small story involving Katherine Hepburn), and they discuss what they are watching on TV - including "Bodyguard", "Ray Donovan", "The Waking Dead", and "The Romanovs". They also look...


Tony needs a root canal

There's lots to talk about on this week's episode, as Ann, Arch, and Marc talk about the Middleburg Film Festival - including reviews of two movies they say there : "Green Book" and "Widows". They also talk about some movies opening this week - "Can You Ever Forgive Me", "Mid 90's", and 'Wild Life". They also look back at "Ghostbusters" with their soundtrack song of the week, they talk about what they are watching on TV (The Romanovs, Bodyguard, and Firefly), they get a surprise celebrity...


A sexy Vicar and a saucy minx

Arch is back from his road trip through Texas and he's joined in studio by Ann and Marc. They talk about some of the movies opening this week, like "Halloween" and "Beautiful Boy", and they talk a little bit about their favorite horror movies. Arch also weighs in on "First Man", and they talk about the premiere of "The Conners" as the show moves on from Rosanne, and a few thoughts on the season finale of "Better Call Saul", Marc takes a look back at "An American Werewolf in London" with his...


Up Up and Away

Arch is still out of studio on his trip through Texas, but Ann and Marc are in, and they review the movies coming up this week for you - including "First Man", "The Oath", "Bad Times at the El Royale", and "22 July". They also look back on the movie "Up" with the soundtrack song of the week, they talk about a new development in the battle between DC and Marvel movies, some thoughts on what TV they are watching ("walking Dead", "The Good Place", and "Better Call Saul"), look ahead to some...


A Star is Reborn



Happy Birthday Rocky and Dr Furter

Ann and Marc are in studio, and Arch calls in from his road trip to Texas, and they talk about the new movies coming out this week - including "The Sisters Brothers", "Hal", and "Colette". Then Ann and Marc talk about what they are watching and streaming on TV, and they take a look back at the release of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" with the soundtrack song of the week. They also talk about the best way to recommend movies to friends, they read some listener emails, give under the radar...


The Hawke-aissance is here!

Ann is back in studio with Arch and Marc, and she talks about what stood out to her the most while she was at TIFF. They also talk about the movies opening this week, including "Blaze", "Fahrenheit 11/9", "The House with a Clock in it's Walls", and "Life Itself". They also talk about the Emmys, Ann shares her interview with Jane Fonda, they look back at WKRP in Cincinnati, which made it's debut 40 years ago this week, plus they read some listener emails, give some under the radar...


So long Bandit

Ann is still at the Toronto International Film Ftestival, but she calls in to talk to Arch, Marc, and Jason Fraley of WTOP. They discuss some of the more memorable films she's seen - including "A Star is Born" and "First Man", and then Arch and Jason share their time seeing "A Star is Born" and the Q & A with actor and director Bradley Cooper. Then they talk about the movies opening now : "The Predator" , "The Nun", and "A Simple Favor". Then they pay tribute to Burt Reynolds with their...



Ann is out of studio at the Toronto International Film Festival, but she checks in with Arch, Marc and TV and movie critic Jenn Chaney of Vulture. Ann talks about what's going on in Toronto, and they talk about what's in theaters now - including "Operation Finale" "Juliet Naked" and "Peppermint". Arch and Marc also talk to Jen about the Emmy's, they play a song to honor the late Neil Simon - plus : emails from Extras, under the radar recommendations, and of course - closing lines!


Summer's Almost Gone

Arch, Ann and Marc get together for their end of summer show! They talk about some new movies out, like 'Papillion", and "Juliet Naked". They also look back on their favorite films form the summer, what surprised them, and what disappointed them, Then they take a look ahead at what they are excited to see this Fall! All of that, plus listener emails, some Extra recommendations, and of course - closing lines!


Welcome Back Ann!

Ann is back in studio, and she joins Arch and Marc to talk about the changes in the Oscars, and also about the new movies coming out this week, including "Crazy Rich Asians", "BlacKKKlansman", and "Mile 22". They also discuss some new things to watch on TV (or maybe to read a book every now and then). They also pay tribute to The Queen of Soul : Aretha Franklin. Plus some news about Disney, listener emails, Extra recommendations, and of course : closing lines!


Down with Up???

Arch and Marc are joined in studio by Travis Hopson, who reviews movies for Punch Drunk Critics, and freelances for a bunch of outlets in the DMV. Ann Hornaday calls in from her travels to talk about "BlacKkKlansman" the new Spike Lee movie. They also review "The Meg" and "Dog Days". Plus they talk about what to watch on TV - including "The 100", "Better Call Saul", and "Animals". They take a trip down memory lane when they play a song from the soundtrack of Grosse Pointe Blank", Arch talks...


Talking 'bout Pooh

Ann is out, but Arch and Marc are joined in studio by WTOP movie critic Jason Fraley and TV critic Jen Chaney - who writes for Vulture. They discuss "Christopher Robin" as well as "The Spy Who Dumped Me". They also dive into some TV talk - what's good to watch this summer, what to look out for this fall, and a special look at the upcoming season of "Better Call Saul". Jason has also worked up some big lists of the top 25 movies in just about every genre possible, and they go through some of...