At the Movies (2004)

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Celebrating 25 years together on Australian television, film critics Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton plunge into the world of cinema every week on At the Movies on ABC TV every Wednesday night at 10.00pm (repeated on Sundays at 6.00pm). With their sophisticated and heartfelt critique to what's new on the big screen, David and Margaret combine years of experience immersed in the world of filmmaking with an encyclopaedic understanding of cinema history. Their renowned skill and expertise give Margaret and David wide access to the international stars featured in the big new releases. At the Movies presents interviews with the big names, and profiles the contributions of cinema greats.

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Academy Awards Special 2014

On the eve of the 2014 Academy Awards, Margaret and David will provide their critical analysis of the films in contention. It will feature clips, interviews and behind-the-scenes previews of all the major films nominated.
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Episode 19

Margaret and David review Shrek Forever After (2010), Rocket Science (2007), Get Him to the Greek (2010), Lou (2010) and Mother and Child (2009) and interview Lou (2010) actress Emily Barclay and writer/director Belinda Chayko.
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Episode 1

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Man On A Ledge Shame Any Questions For Ben? The Artist Martha Marcy May Marlene

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Episode 2

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: The Grey My Week With Marilyn Buck The Vow Safe House

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Episode 3

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Contraband Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close Late Bloomers Tyrannosaur Killer Elite

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Episode 4

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Project X A Separation Carnage Gone Like Crazy

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Episode 5

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Margin Call Coriolanus Headhunters John Carter

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Episode 6

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: The Kid With A Bike 21 Jump Street Vincent Wants To Sea The Rum Diary

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Episode 7

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: The Raid The Hunger Games Black & White & Sex Le Havre The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

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Episode 8

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Dr Seuss' The Lorax Tomboy A Dangerous Method Mirror Mirror

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Episode 9

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: This Must Be The Place The Pirates! Band of Misfits Salmon Fishing In The Yemen Goodbye, First Love

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Episode 10

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: The Deep Blue Sea Rebellion Life In Movement Near Dark Footnote

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Episode 11

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: The Lucky One Romantics Anonymous Battleship The Lady Spud

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Episode 12

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Cafe De Flore The Way Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy Wish You Were Here

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Episode 13

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: W.E. Delicacy The Avengers The Five Year Engagement Duel In The Sun (DVD Classic)

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Episode 14

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Act Of Valor Iron Sky King Of Devil's Island Safe Trishna It Happened One Night (DVD Classic)

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Episode 15

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Careless Love Dark Shadows Silent Souls The Dictator The Woman in Black Careful He Might Hear You (DVD Classic)

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Episode 16

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Once Upon A Time In Anatolia Bel Ami Declaration of War Get The Gringo Imitation of Life (DVD Classic)

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Episode 17

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: David and Margaret report on the highlights of the Cannes Film Festival - including the opening and closing films, and on which films are creating the most buzz. The Australian film Sapphires is sure to get a mention.

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Episode 18

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Prometheus starring Guy Pearce and Charlize Theron Friends With Kids Swerve The Duel East of Eden (DVD Classic)

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Episode 19

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Rock Of Ages Le Chef Take This Waltz Elena Three Colours: Red (DVD Classic)

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Episode 20

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Snow White & the Huntsman A Royal Affair Brave Marley Don't Look Now (DVD Classic)

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Episode 21

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: The Three Stooges Ice Age 4: Continental Drift Margaret Polisse Sweetie (DVD Classic)

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Episode 22

(2012-07-04) Margaret and David review: The Amazing Spider-Man; Ted; Where Do We Go Now? A Happy Event; and David's DVD Classic is the 1981 film Mephisto. Also mentions of films in the Revelation Perth International Film Festival.

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Episode 23

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Not Suitable for Children The King is Dead Hysteria Le Dernier Combat (DVD Classic) Also mentions of films in the Revelation Perth International Film Festival.

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Bryan Brown In Conversation

Bryan Brown is one of our most respected actors. Since the 1970s he's been at the forefront of the Australian cinema scene, and has been an outspoken advocate for it. He has appeared in over 70 film and television productions, including Breaker Morant, Newsfront, The Thorn Birds, Cocktail, Two Hands and Beautiful Kate. Filmed live at the recent Sydney Film Festival - David Stratton was in conversation with Bryan Brown - in a lively and revealing discussion. It was a great chance to hear from this man who has won two AFI awards for his acting, has been a significant producer and supporter of talent, and who is one of our most iconic actors on the international stage.

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Rachel Griffiths In Conversation

Since her role of Rhonda Epinstalk in MURIEL'S WEDDING, Rachel Griffiths has gone on to become one of Australia's most respected stage and screen actors. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Role for HILARY AND JACKIE in 1999, she is also the winner of three AFI Awards. Rachel has also appeared on Broadway and starred in the acclaimed television series SIX FEET UNDER and BROTHERS AND SISTERS. In a candid interview, Margaret speaks to Rachel about her life, career and hopes for the future. Further comments In Conversation with Rachel Griffiths DAVID: Good evening. Tonight an At the Movies special: In Conversation with Rachel Griffiths. Since her breakthrough role in MURIEL'S WEDDING, Griffiths has gone on to become one of our most versatile actors. Nominated for an Academy Award and winner of three AFI Awards, Griffiths has also appeared on Broadway and starred in the acclaimed television series SIX FEET UNDER and BROTHERS & SISTERS. Margaret recently spoke to Rachel about her career and her life. MARGARET: Well, Rachel, I must say it's very nice having you back in Australia. RACHEL: Oh, it's such a pleasure. MARGARET: I want to go back in time to when you were very young and the influences in your life that most probably had a say in where you are now? RACHEL: Wow! God, I haven't been asked to go back for a while. I had a pretty interesting childhood creatively, in that we didn't have a television for a lot of it so there was a lot of, I guess, product I wasn't exposed to. My mother took me to a variety of often strange theatre. You know people suspended and Shakespeare or Indian dance or outdoor performances in interesting contexts. Basically if it was cheap and strange we went. I was quite academic. I had a great passion for history and politics and literature and I did very well at school and I just followed the expected path off to university. I went to Melbourne University to study arts, having no idea really what I would do. I did have some narcissistic fantasies about becoming a young Democrat senator and controlling the Upper House. I applied to various drama schools and got accepted into one called Rusden at the time, that had wonderful teachers. It was a great school because there was no expectation at that school that you were waiting for an agent to call. It was all about making your own work and being in each other's shows and some people had pub gigs and some people were fairies at parties on the weekend. We were all working from day one. My first job out of drama school was a wonderful, wonderful experience with the Woolly Jumpers. We were a theatre-for-schools company in the final two years that saw the fall of Joan Kirner. The incoming Kennett Government in Victoria basically cut these regionally-based theatre companies and that theatre company, for me, gave me two years where I was paid $25,000 a year to be an actor, to spend every day making theatre and performing it and I thought it was the best job in the world. (MURIEL'S WEDDING CLIP PLAYED) MARGARET: There was something about the role in MURIEL'S WEDDING that seemed to appeal to you particularly. Can you talk about that a little bit? RACHEL: Yes. MURIEL'S WEDDING was the first movie that I ever read where in the description - because you read these descriptions and they're "Stunning and enigmatic, yet strong. Available, yet mysterious," and you just read them and you're like, I don't know who this is but she's certainly not me. When I read Rhonda, and even though PJ says he imagined the character quite differently from the take that I had, it was the first time I read that and didn't feel like some idiotic male producer had actually written the character description from some 70s fantasy and I felt like I had a chance. When I went in and auditioned for PJ, it was the first time I ever believed that I was the best person for the role. (MURIEL'S WEDDING CLIP PLAYED) MARGARET: The reaction to your performance in MURIEL'S was

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Ennio Morricone In Conversation

This week David Stratton speaks to the legendary Italian film composer, Ennio Morricone - who has been responsible for some of cinema's most influential film soundtracks. Morricone has worked with such directors as Bernardo Bertolucci, Sergio Leone, Terrence Malick, Brian Di Palma, John Carpenter, and many, many more. Recorded live at the Adelaide Festival, this is a rare opportunity to hear from the composer of over 400 soundtracks on how he creates, collaborates and continues to dazzle film lovers all over the world.

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Episode 27

Margaret and David discuss the movies which were released in July whilst they were on a break. Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Beauty Storm Surfers (3D) The Sapphires The Campaign

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Episode 28

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Bernie The Bourne Legacy Bully

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Episode 29

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Holy Motors Hope Springs Wunderkinder Total Recall

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Episode 30

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Moonrise Kingdom Chinese Takeaway Your Sister's Sister Damsels In Distress

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Episode 31

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Madagascar 3 Europe's Most Wanted Beasts Of The Southern Wild Monsieur Lazhar Hit & Run Kath & Kimderella

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Episode 32

David and Margaret broadcast from the 69th Venice Film Festival

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Episode 33

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Bait Last Will Ruby Sparks Lore

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Episode 34

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review; 'Crazy, Stupid, Love', Project Nim, The Whistleblower, Amarcord and The Sorcerer and the White Snake. Margaret speaks with directors Glen Ficarra and John Requa, and actor/producer Steve Carell from 'Crazy, Stupid, Love'.

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Episode 35

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review; The Hunter, Norwegian Wood, Real Steel, Footloose, Higher Ground and revisit the classic movie Chimes At Midnight.

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Episode 36

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review; Red State, The Cup, The Thing, What's Your Number?, Take Shelter and revisit the classic movie The Women.

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Episode 37

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review Midnight in Paris (2011), Contagion (2011), Warrior (2011) and Drive (2011), interview Drive (2011) director Nicolas Winding Refn and revisit the classic movie The Seventh Seal (1957)

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25 Years of Australian Cinema

Cate Blanchett and Geoffrey Rush introduce At the Movies celebrating 25 Years of International Cinema reviewed by Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton. The programme contains retro highlight footage, bloopers and interviews from when they first co host 'The Movie Show' on SBS that originally aired in 1986 that went on to become At the Movies when the show was picked up by the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).

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Episode 39

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review; Anonymous, Autoluminescent : Rowland S Howard, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, In Time, Our Idiot Brother and revisit the classic movie Notorious.

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Episode 40

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review; The Debt, Burning Man, This Is Not A Film, The Tall Man, Moneyball and revisit the classic movie Seven Samurai.

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Episode 41

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review; Arthur Christmas, The First Grader, The Ides of March, We Need To Talk About Kevin, The Orator and revisit the classic movie Muriel's Wedding.

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Episode 42

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review; Restless, The Ages of Love, The Inbetweeners Movie, Toomelah, X and revisit the classic movie It's a Wonderful Life.

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Episode 43

Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton review; The Adventures of Tintin, Tower Heist, The Salt of Life, Puss in Boots, Albert Nobbs, The Skin I Live In, Happy Feet Two, Melancholia, The Iron Lady, and The Women on the 6th Floor.

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Episode 44

Magaret and David review the following movies: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, We Bought A Zoo, The Muppets, Hugo, J Edgar, The Descendants and A Few Best Men. David speaks with director Tomas Alfredson, writer Peter Staughan, actors Gary Oldman, Colin firth and Svetlana Khodchenkova of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and also interviews the director of A Few Best Men, Stephan Elliott.

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Episode 45

Episode Description

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Episode 01

The Hobbit : An Unexpected Journey Django Unchained Zero Dark Thirty The Silver Linings Playbook Beautiful Creatures West of Memphis Amour Annie Hall (DVD Classic)

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Episode 02

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Cloud Atlas Side Effects The Paperboy Save Your Legs! The Imposter The Heiress (DVD Classic)

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Episode 03

Margaret and David review: Oz: The Great and Powerful with James Franco; Barbara; Broken City with Russell Crowe; Blinder; Great Expectations; David's Classic: Alice's Restaurant.

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Episode 04

Margaret and David review: Goddess, In The Fog, Mama, Performance, Rebelle, Platoon (DVD Classic)

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Episode 05

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: A Good Day To Die Hard The Loneliest Planet The Croods (3D) Hara-Kiri - Death Of A Samurai (3D) Silence In The House Of God:Mea Maxima Culpa Closely Watched Trains (DVD Classic)

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Episode 07

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Episode 08

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Episode 09

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Episode 10

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Episode 11

Drift; Iron Man 3; The Hunt; Gallipoli

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Episode 12

Star Trek: Into Darkness; The Place Beyond The Pines; Camille Rewinds; Spring Breakers; Le Regle Du Jeu

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Episode 13

Snitch; A Place For Me; Broken; Tabu; M. Hulot's Holiday

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Episode 14

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Episode 15

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Episode 16

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Episode 17

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Episode 18

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Episode 19

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Episode 20

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Episode 21

Before Midnight | Only God Forgives | Reality | Much Ado About Nothing | Pillow Talk (Classic)

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Episode 22

Pacific Rim; The Heat; This Is The End; The Conjuring; Cloudburst; Broadcast News (classic)

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Episode 23

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Guest hosts Judith Lucy and Jason Di Rosso review: The Wolverine Behind The Candelabra Greetings from Tim Buckley What's In A Name Saturday Night Fever : The Classic Melbourne Film Festival 2013 Highlights

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Episode 24

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Guest hosts Judith Lucy and Jason Di Rosso review: The Way, Way Back The World's End Blokes You Can Trust 100 Bloody Acres DVD Classic: All About Eve

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Episode 25

Pain & Gain; Now You See Me; Beyond The Hills; The Bling Ring; Paths of Glory (classic)

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Episode 26

What Maisie Knew, Frances Ha, Red Obsession, We're The Millers, Knife In The Water (Classic)

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Episode 27

Elysium, Stoker, Kick-Ass 2, Jobs, Upstream Color, A New Leaf (Classic)

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Episode 28

The Best Offer, Red 2, Absolute Deception, The Rocket, Ordinary People (Classic)

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Episode 29

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Blue Jasmine The Gatekeeper You're Next Paranoia Shadow Of A Doubt. (Classic)

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Episode 30

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Margaret and David report from the Venice Film Festival. They will give reviews of a number of films that are screening there, and also discuss the movies that are causing the biggest buzz at the festival. Be sure to watch the outtakes over the end credits.

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Episode 31

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Riddick The Turning A Hijacking I'm So Excited Some Like It Hot : The Classic

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Episode 32

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Lovelace Stories We Tell Planes The Act of Killing A New Leaf : The Classic

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Episode 33

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Thanks For Sharing Runner Runner Rush Gravity Klute: The Classic

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Episode 34

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: 2 Guns Prisoners Mystery Road metallica: Through The Never Double Indemnity: The Classic

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Episode 35

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: From the Adelaide Film Festival this week. Diana About Time Stranger by the Lake Captain Phillips A Woman Under The Influence: The Classic

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Episode 36

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa Patrick Machete Kills Renoir Adam's Rib: The Classic

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Episode 37

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Fallout Fly Me To The Moon In Bob We Trust Sister The Butler Thor: The Dark World The Fly: The Classic

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Episode 38

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Enough Said Fruitvale Station Mr. Pip The Counselor The Wicker Man: The Classic

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Episode 39

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: The Fifth Estate Twenty Feet from Stardom Adoration After May Blade Runner: The Classic

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Episode 40

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Filth Fill The Void The Darkside Backfish Red River: The Classic

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Episode 41

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire One Chance Carrie On My Way How I Live Now The Last Picture Show: The Classic

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Episode 42

Movies discussed/reviewed this week: Night Train To Lisbon Kill Your Darlings Closed Circuit Ender's Game Love Me Or Leave Me: The Classic

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Episode 43

The Railway Man, The Book Thief, Saving Mr Banks, Frozen, The Great Beauty, American Hustle, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Inside Llewyn Davis, 12 Years a Slave, Philomena, August: Osage County (Web Only)

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Ben Stiller

David and Margaret speak with Ben Stiller
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2014-02-18

Margaret and David review Blue is the Warmest Colour, Nebraska, Dallas Buyers Club, Le Week-end, as well as a quick look at three major films of the Summer: Her, The Past, and The Wolf Of Wall Street.

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2014-02-25

Margaret and David review: Lone Survivor; Non-Stop; Gloria; The Wind Rises; Margaret's Classic: The Ice Storm; Web only interviews for 'Wolf Creek 2' with writer/director Greg McLean, and actor John Jarratt.

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2014-03-04

Margaret and David review: Michael Kohlhaas starring Mads Mikkelsen; Tracks starring Mia Wasikowska.; All Is Lost starring Robert Redford; Vampire Academy; and David's DVD Classic is the 1961 British film Victim.

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2014-03-11

Margaret and David review: 300: Rise of an Empire; The Monuments Men starring George Clooney, The Armstrong Lie - online interview with director; Hannah Arendt; Margaret's Classic Dead Calm.

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2014-03-18

Margaret and David review: Pompeii; I, Frankenstein starring Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Miranda Otto; The Missing Picture; Wadjda; Half of A Yellow Sun; DAVID's DVD Classic Day For Night.

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2014-03-25

Margaret and David review: Cuban Fury; Mr. Peabody & Sherman; Nymphomaniac (Volumes 1 & 2) with Charlotte Gainsbough; Romeo & Juliet; Margaret's DVD Classic: The Misfits.

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2014-04-01

Captain America: The Winter Soldier; Noah - starring Russell Crowe; Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Hopkins; The Lego Movie; The Raid 2; David's Classic: is 1953 film Shane starring Alan Ladd.

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2014-04-08

Margaret and David review Divergent starring Kate Winslet; The Grand Budapest Hotel starring Ralph Fiennes; Any Day Now starring Alan Cumming; Muppets Most Wanted starring Ricky Gervais and Margaret's classic The Terminator.

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2014-04-15

Margaret and David review The Other Woman starring Cameron Diaz; The Invisible Woman starring Ralph Fiennes; Only Lovers Left Alive starring Tom Hiddleston; Chinese Puzzle starring Romain Duris and David's classic Lantana.

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2014-04-22

Margaret and David review: Transcendence; The Amazing Spider-Man: Rise of Electro; The Crossing; Canopy; The Finishers; Margaret's Classic: Sans Soleil.

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2014-04-29

Margaret and David review: Fading Gigolo, Beyond the Edge, Healing, starring Don Hany and Hugo Weaving; Young and Beautiful; 52 Tuesdays; and David's DVD Classic is the 1964 French film The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg.

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2014-05-06

Margaret and David review: Chef starring Robert Downey Jnr, Scarlett Johansson, and written and directed by Jon Favreau; The Double; Belle; Seduced and Abandoned; A Castle in Italy; Margaret's DVD Classic: Ran.

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2014-05-13

Margaret and David review: Ida, The Broken Circle Breakdown; Sunshine on Leith; Child's Pose; The Zero Theorem with web interviews with director and stars; David's Classic: Attack.

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2014-05-20

Margaret and David review: Under The Skin (plus web interviews with director Jonathan Glazer, Scarlett Johansson); X-Men: Days Of Future Past; The Babadook; The Trip To Italy; My Sweet Pepper Land.

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2014-05-27

Margaret and David review films from the Cannes Film Festival including: Grace of Monaco starring Nicole Kidman; The Rover starring Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson; Mr. Turner; Maps to the Stars; These Final Hours.

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2014-06-03

Margaret and David review: A Million Ways to Die in the West; Maleficient; The Fault in Our Stars; Edge of Tomorrow; Omar; David's Classic: The Pledge; mention of films in the Sydney Film Festival.

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2014-06-10

Margaret and David review: The Rover (plus web interviews with David Michod, Guy Pearce, Robert Pattinson), The Face of Love, Good Vibrations, Rising from Ashes, Walesa. Man of Hope plus our Classic: The Unfaithful Wife.

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2014-06-17

Margaret and David Review: Galore; Frank, 22 Jump Street; Blended; The Two Face of January; Kind Hearts and Coronets (The Classic);

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2014-06-24

David and Margaret Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2; Yves Saint Laurent; The Last Impresario; Ernest & Celestine; Gabrielle; Heat (The Classic)

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2014-07-01

Margaret and David review: Jersey Boys; Tim's Vermeer; Calvary plus interview with writer/director John Michael McDonagh; The Volcano; David's Classic: Loves of a Blonde; Revelations Perth International Film Festival.

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2014-07-08 - with Judith Lucy and Jason Di Rosso

Guest hosts Judith Lucy and Jason Di Rosso review: Rio 2; Dawn of the Planet of The Apes; The Lunchbox; Belle & Sebastian; All This Mayhem; Judith's DVD Classic: Jaws; Short mention: Beatriz's War.

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2014-07-15 - with Judith Lucy and Jason Di Rosso

Judith and Jason review: Words And Pictures; Charlie's Country plus chat with writer/director Rolf De Heer; Venus In Fur plus interview with Roman Polanski; Reaching for the Moon starring Miranda Otto; The French Minister.

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2014-07-22 - with Judith Lucy and Jason Di Rosso

Judith and Jason review: Still Life; Devil's Knot; Once My Mother; Some Velvet Morning starring Stanley Tucci and Alice Eve; Judith's DVD Classic: the 1950 film starring Gloria Swanson, Sunset Boulevard.

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2014-07-29

Margaret and David review: Lucy; A Most Wanted Man; The Selfish Giant with web only interview with writer director Clio Barnard; Deliver Us From Evil; The Keeper of Lost Causes; Margaret's DVD Classic is The Hustler.

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2014-08-05

Margaret and David review: Guardians of the Galaxy; Begin Again; These Final Hours - plus web only interviews with writer/director and actors; And So It Goes; Bethlehem; David's DVD Classic: Full Sun.

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2014-08-12

Margaret and David review: The Hundred-Foot Journey; The Expendables 3; 20,000 Days on Earth plus interviews with the films' writer/directors; Palo Alto; Margaret's Classic: La Belle et La Bete.

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2014-08-19

Margaret and David review: The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared; Locke, plus interview with director & Tom Hardy; Freedom; Deepsea Challenge; David's Classic: The Big Clock; Cinefest Oz Film Festival.

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2014-08-26

Margaret and David review: Felony with Joel Edgerton; Woody Allen's Magic in The Moonlight with Colin Firth, Emma Stone; Boyhood; Predestination; Margaret's DVD Classic: Eat Drink Man Woman.

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2014-09-02

Margaret and David review: The Immigrant starring Marion Cotillard and Jeremy Renner; Night Moves; The Grandmaster; What We Do In The Shadows; David's DVD Classic: Wild Strawberries.

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2014-09-09 - Venice Film Festival

Join Margaret and David as they bring you the glitz and the glamour from this year's Venice Film Festival.

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2014-09-16

Margaret and David review: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For; The Maze Runner; The Giver with Brenton Thwaites and directed by Phillip Noyce; The Infinite Man; Wish I Was Here; Margaret's Classic: In The Heat Of The Night.

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2014-09-23

Margaret and David review: The Equaliser; The Boxtrolls; In Bloom; The Litte Death; We Are the Best, with website only Interview with writers/director Lukas Moodysson; David's DVD Classic: A Kind Of Loving.

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2014-09-30

Margaret and David review: Dracula Untold; Gone Girl starring Ben Affleck; The Skeleton Twins staring Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader; Advanced Style; Life of Crime; Margaret's DVD Classic: Fear Eats The Soul.

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2014-10-07

Margaret and David review: Annabelle; The Judge - starring Robert Downey Jnr. and Robert Duvall; Tusk; Force Majeure; Siddharth; David's DVD Classic: The Best Years Of Our Lives.

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2014-10-14

Margaret and David review: A Walk among the Tombstones; Hector and the Search for Happiness; Son of a Gun; Before I Go to Sleep; Living is Easy (with Eyes Closed); Margaret's Classic: Last Tango in Paris.

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2014-10-21

Margaret and David review: This is Where I Leave You; Fury - stars Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Scott Eastwood, Jason Isaacs; Decoding Annie Parker; The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet; Whiplash; David's Classic - Spartacus.

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2014-10-28

Margaret and David review: Kill the Messenger with Jeremy Renner, Robert Patrick; The Best Of Me; Finding Vivian Maier; Pride; Maya The Bee Movie; Margaret's DVD Classic: Johnny Guitar.

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2014-11-04

Margaret and David review: John Wick starring Keanu Reeves and Willem Dafoe; Interstellar with Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway; Two Days, One Night; My Mistress; David's Classic: No Way Out.

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2014-11-11

Margaret and David review: The Drop, with Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and James Gandolfini; My Old Lady with Maggie Smith, Kevin Klein and Kristin Scott Thomas; Winter Sleep; Love, Rosie; Let's be Cops; Margaret's Classic: SE7EN.

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2014-11-18

Margaret and David review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1; Maps to the Stars starring Mia Wasikowska, John Cusack; The Mule; Rock The Casbah; The Darkhorse; David's Classic: The Pajama Game

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2014-11-25

Margaret and David review: Nightcrawler; The Captive; Jimmy's Hall - i'view with Director Ken Loach; Men, Women & Children; A Thousand Times Goodnight; Margaret's Classic Bull Durham.

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Farewell Special

The last ever episode of At the Movies, packed with bloopers, funny discussions, outstanding interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and Margaret and David's final movie reviews for the summer.