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SGR Episode 97 – Wes Craven’s Red Eye

As we draw our series on Wes Craven to a close, we chose a real winner to finish up.  Red Eye is the definition of the types of movies we like to find:  great films by great filmmakers that are reatively under the radar.

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By Dave Minkus

Dave is located in Denver, CO and can also be found occasionally sullying various podcasts who don't know better than to invite him on. He also works with the team behind the Reel Heroes Filmmaker Series at Denver Comic Con.

2 replies on “SGR Episode 97 – Wes Craven’s Red Eye”

Huh…I always thought Keaton did the best at portraying both Wayne and Batman as separate characters. Clooney was always Wayne, Kilmore was always Batman. I think he was the only one that really took the difference between the roles seriously.

Looking forward to “Browncoat Sunday”! Have fun!

Really great episode this week everyone!

Melissa: You rock! Totally agree with you on YOUTH IN REVOLT and UP IN THE AIR.

I find myself laughing to myself from time to time at some of the jokes in YOUTH IN REVOLT. Everything from a simple pinky to seeing LA STRADA on Netflix gets a good chuckle out of me.

UP IN THE AIR really talks a lot about how we distance ourselves from society, especially over the last twenty years. The trend where people would rather avoid the relationships and connections is directly analyzed in a really captivating way.

I was really surprised at the tone of UP IN THE AIR- with regard to both the comedy and the drama. It was much funnier and much… darker? I supposed that’s the correct word. Haha.

Keep up the good work guys!

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