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It’s time again for our annual end-of-year movie show when we discuss the current slate of films – those in theaters and those soon to be released – and make our recommendations of what to see and our predictions of what will make it into the Oscars race. From Interstellar to The Theory of Everything to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 to The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies to Foxcatcher to Annie to Wild to Into the Woods and beyond, we’ve got your cinematic needs covered.
Join us, then, on Midday with Dan Rodricks (WYPR 88.1 FM, Baltimore’s NPR News Station) during the second hour, 1-2pm, on Friday, December 5, as Linda DeLibero – Director, Film and Media Studies, Johns Hopkins University – and Christopher Llewellyn Reed – Chair of Film/Video at Stevenson University – discuss the movies of the season – what’s in theaters right now and what soon will be – as well as what’s worth seeing that you might have missed earlier in the year (such as Obvious Child, Boyhood, Under the Skin, Belle, Ida, Snowpiercer, Pride, Life Itself and The Lego Movie, just to name some of my personal favorites). This broadcast will be a great set-up for the Oscar preview show we’ll do in February, so be sure to tune in!
If you can’t listen locally, you can live-stream the podcast, instead.
And you can always download the podcast afterwards, either via iTunes or the Midday page.
Enjoy the show! Feel free to offer your own thoughts on your favorite movies of the year, so far, in the comments section of this post.