It was as inevitable as night—in the wake of the Coen Bros. Academy Award triumph with No Country For Old Men, J. Todd Anderson gets his chance to speak about his life as “storyboard artist to the stars!” Join The Film Guys and Niki as they talk about the history of storyboarding, as well as memories of their early days in the film school at Wright State University. You might just learn something!!
One of New York’s finest cities gets its big moment with the above line of dialogue, snarled at a perp by the out-of-control “Popeye” Doyle, played by Gene Hackman, in his break through role. We dedicate this episode to his co-star, Roy Scheider, who passed away on February 10th, 2008. A stalwart and capable actor who appeared in another of our Perfect Movies, JAWS. Ironically, Robin Moore, author of the novel The French Connection, passed away on the day this show was broadc
It's been way too long since we rummaged around the back of our several cinematic closets to bring to you some films we love, but will never be on the Filmically Perfect List of Perfect Movies. And what a triple feature: A Psychedelic Sci-Fi epic, a British romantic Comedy, and a Classic 70's road movie! And as an added treat, the Film Guys let our own Niki Dakota ramble on about one of her favorites. Don't worry, it won't happen often. Just kidding, Niki! IMDb entries: Zardo
With the Academy Awards only a couple weeks away, what better film to chronicle than the one that made the first "Grand Slam", garnering all five top awards: Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, Actor, and Actress. Even so, it is one of the most delightful motion pictures, a mixture of art and accessibility, visual and aural. IMDb entry