Recently MPR Cube Critics Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr took to the airwaves to ask listeners about their favorite holiday movies - and their movie watching traditions. Listen in and hear the answers.
While everyone has their favorite things about Thanksgiving whether it be food, family, and/or being thankful, for Cube Critics Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis it's all about the movies. Here they talk about setting up a family film fest round the TV this holiday - and suggest four films to get you started.
Two buddy movies of a kind this week: "Justice League" where no-one is sure why they are Batman's buddy, and "Last Flag Flying" where three Vietnam vets get back together after many years for a difficult road trip. Cube Critics Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr talk them out.
Both MPR Cube Critics Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr love to watch documentaries about movies. There are docs about the movies that worked, but even better are the films about the ones that failed. And how about movie history too? Here Stephanie and Euan deliver a pile of great titles worth hunting down.
If you are a parent you know the pleasures and pain of children's movies. Cube Critics Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis, who have suffered through too many bad kids movies to their liking, talk about what makes a good children's film and end up recommending six.
An apparently random collection of new releases reveal common themes for MPR Cube Critics Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr as they watch "The Florida Project," "Goodbye Christopher Robin," and "Wonderstruck"
MPR Cube Critic Stephanie Curtis suggested perusing 2003 for movies to watch at home. She then wondered if she had made a mistake. Fellow Cubist Euan Kerr was enthusiastic though. Listen in as they dig up some gems in the latest edition of Cube Critics Film School.
There is a particular satisfaction provided by a good heist movie. They appeal to the devious natures of MPR Cube Critics Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis. Here they present a few of their favorites to watch at home.
A lot of big names in theaters this week with Stone as Billie Jean King, Carell as Bobby Riggs, Cruise as Barry Seal, and Karen Allen in "Year by the Sea." MPR Cube Critics Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis discuss which to see.