Welcome to a super-sized episode of our official podcast, The Film Stage Show. This week, associate editor Nick Newman, staff writer Danny King and I are joined by Raffi Asdourian, fresh off the plane from France to discuss the latter half of the Cannes Film Festival. Then we have two spoiler-free reviews for the newest entry in the Men in Black franchise, and the latest film from Wes Anderson, Moonrise Kingdom. To end we divulge our picks for upcoming theatrical and home video releases, including We Need to Talk About Kevin and Snow White and the Huntsman. Stream below or click to download (right-click and save as…).
0:00 – 34:32 – Introduction and 2012 Cannes Film Festival wrap-up
34:42 – 40:00 - Men in Black III review
40:00 – 1:03:30 – Moonrise Kingdom review
1:03:30 – 1:11:06 – Next Week’s Picks and Goodbyes
Opening music comes courtesy of Deerhunter.
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