KMUW Movie Club

KMUW's Fletcher Powell, Jedd Beaudoin and Hugo Phan discuss movies... *usually* based on a theme. The entire movie club discussion can be heard in the audio found in each post below, or on iTunes.

This month on the KMUW Movie Club, we talk about our favorite features that have been directed by women, as well as a look back at 2016 in film.

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This month, the KMUW Movie Club takes a look at films that traverse time and space.

KMUW's Jedd Beaudoin, Fletcher Powell and Hugo Phan discuss their favorite horror movies. 

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On this month's KMUW Movie Club, the guys discuss the many forms of "the film trilogy."

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On this month's KMUW Movie Club, it's all about classroom shenanigans and hittin' the road.

For some reason, I have this thing for unlikable characters. I find enjoyment out of pushing myself far enough to empathize with them. The more unlikable, the better. "Election," and by extension, most of Alexander Payne's films, has characters that fit this bill. Tracy Flick and Mr. McAlister are the types of people you would never want to meet in real life, but they do exist, and they are closer to you than you think.

The 4th of July is right around the corner, and in honor of the patriotic holiday, the KMUW Movie Club came together to talk about their favorite films with "America" in the title.  

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On this month's KMUW Movie Club, it is all Shakespeare. First up, the group discusses modern adaptations of Shakespeare's work. Next, the gang talks about films inspired by the works of the famous playwright. 

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On this month's KMUW Movie Club, we talk about two incredibly different subsets of films. First up, the club talks about some of their favorite movies--that others love to hate. Second, the guys discuss films that take on the task of examining important issues.

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It's a new year, and with it comes an opportunity to transform yourself--but what if that transformation goes horribly wrong? This month, the KMUW Movie Club discusses their favorite films about gross and twisted physical transformations. 

Speaking of transformation, an organization that is currently going through one is the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Oscar nominations came out a couple of weeks ago, and the KMUW Movie Club is running down the list to give you their thoughts and predictions.

As 2015 ends, KMUW's Jedd Beaudoin, Fletcher Powell and Hugo Phan have gathered to discuss their favorite movies of the year.

Every once in a while, we discover films that flew right by us when they came out. In a bonus (and longer) segment, the KMUW Movie Club discusses their favorite film(s) they saw in 2015 that didn't exactly come out this year. 

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