Qt3 Movie Podcast: the best of 2013

Title Qt3 Movie Podcast: the best of 2013
Author Tom Chick
Posted in Movie podcasts
When January 8, 2014

This week we combine our respective top ten lists for a plus-sized podcast about the best movies of 2013..

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A link to the Quarter to Three thread:

Should I not be commenting here anymore? Confused.

Anyway, Christien, the Hawke/Delpy Trilogy with Linklater is technically a 3.1 ology--since they did have that scene together in WAKING LIFE.

Pedant alert! Damn it. Now I have to change the award to a Quadtric. Which sounds like something from Harry Potter. Yuck. Thanks Paul.

No. You can comment here. In fact, I love looking at the comments here. I'm guessing that many folks who may comment on the show are not forum members. I appreciate Mercanis linking to the thread, though, because it's gotten a couple of folks who love To the Wonder to come out of the woodwork. I can't wait to jump into that conversation.

I wish there were a better way to sync the discussions between there and here, but I know we just can't yet. Regardless, comment away in either place.

We always appreciate your input, Paul. Cheers!

I found this interview with Ted Levine on the AV Club about various roles he's taken and figured you guys would appreciate it: http://www.avclub.com/article/...

Oh, wow, Ted Levine played Starbuck to Patrick Stewart's Ahab in a Moby Dick TV movie? Man, I gotta find that.

Thanks for the link. Levine's quite the straight shooter!

"Tom hates when babies see Gravity." -- Kelly Wand, international treasure

Thanks for a fun podcast and a great year of podcasts. Some good-sounding recommendations here of movies I've missed (including Fruitville Station and Upstream Color). Thanks.

Not sure if you guys listen to other movie podcasts, but a great 2013 retrospective for Chinese films is on the Sinica blog http://popupchinese.com/lesson.... Really engaging and broad ranging discussion on the history of Chinese cinema, Chinese directors, censorship and current crop of Chinese movies.