A Place For Film – What Have You Seen Lately

On this week's episode, we're catching up with films we've seen lately.

A still form Piranha (1978)

Photo: Copyright 1978 New World Pictures

A still from Piranha (1978)

Episode 166 – What Have You Seen Lately Extended Edition

On this week’s episode, we’re catching up with films we’ve seen lately. We’ve been covering big events like the Oscars and SXSW lately, and haven’t had time to talk about other films, so today we’re covering those films.

Andy is covering some super hero films, and a film at the Cinema, while Jason is covering a sports film, and a little known action film.

We’ll be back next week talking about Campus Movie Fest.

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Films Mentioned In This Episode

A Farewell to Fools
A Knight’s Tale
A Simple Life
Any Given Sunday
August: Osage County
Battle Royal
Bloodwork
Born on the Fourth of July
Capote
Cuban Fury
Death in Venice
Draft Day
Enders Game
Giant
Goodbye Solo
Grand Piano
Harry Potter
He Who Gets Slapped
Hercules
Hugo
I am Legend
Joe
Last Year at Marienbad
Life Itself
Moneyball
Museum Hours
Mystic River
No God, No Master
Nymphomaniac Part 1
Oculus
Only Lovers Left Alive
Piranha
Raintree County
Rango
Rio 2
Short Term 12
Silkwood
Snitch
Starship Troopers
The Avengers
The Bridge on the River Kwai
The Fast and the Furious
The Hunger Games
The Hunt for Red October
The Order
The Railway Man
The Tooth fairy
The Wolf of Wall Street
Thor
Vic + Flo Saw a Bear
Wadjda
Water for Elephants
Young Adult

Andy Hunsucker

Andy Hunsucker is the creator and co-host of A Place for Film - The IU Cinema podcast. Along with his co-host Jason Thompson, he produces a weekly podcast focusing on events at the IU Cinema, and film at Indiana University. He also designs posters and video animations for the Cinema on a volunteer basis.

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  • Mike

    I Andy. I’m looking forward to seeing the film, The Motel Life, at the IU Cinema on April 20. The movie has not received much attention but it looks like it has quite a cast. Do you know anything about it? The author (Willy Vlautin) of the novel the film is based on will be at the screening.

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