Chuck shines a light on Jones’ debut of Moon and the intense performance of its actors.
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Transformers 2 — More Robotic Nonsense
Chuck gives us the lowdown on the Transformers sequel and all of its destructive (did he mention, loud?) glory.
Year One: A primitive comedy in more ways than one
With a whopping 18 percent on RottenTomatoes.com, Chuck gives us the heads up on this supposed epic journey.
The Marty Stuart Show: Keepin’ country music traditions alive
Chuck turns on the tube for some good ole fashioned country music. He suggests you give it a try too.
Another review of Up brought to you by Chuck. Because two reviews are better than one.
Nothing But The Truth brought a bit of controversy to Ebertfest
Of all the great films at this year’s Ebertfest, Nothing But The Truth brought up some of the most relevant and poignant issues in today’s political climate.
Escapism of the finest sort at Ebertfest
Go to the cineplex for a run-of-the-mill escapist film. But dig deeper for a meaningful movie-going experience and to understand the true beauty of film at Ebertfest.
Rod Lurie chats with Chuck Koplinski
Chuck interviews director, Rod Lurie, on his success and the dangers of the Interweb.
Exclusive interview with Karen Gehres’, director of Begging Naked
Chuck speaks with Karen Gehres, director of Begging Naked, and delves into the depths of her documentary about her friend’s story of survival and self-undoing.
Larry the Cable Guy arrives at Assembly Hall
We told our kids that we were taking them to the ballet in an effort to expand their cultural horizons. Nothing could have been further from the truth.