Monday, October 31, 2011

My First LAMBcast: The Ides of March

Last week, I was courted by my buddy Sam from Duke and the Movies to partake in my very first LAMBcast.  The topic of discussion was George Clooney’s The Ides of March, but the scope of my conversation with Dylan, Fredo, and Sam quickly broadened to the current state of American cinema, the value of film as entertainment, and, of course, the pleasure of staring at Ryan Gosling’s face.

You can listen to the LAMBcast here (I’ll figure out to embed this some damn day). Thanks to the fellas for letting me be a part of the LAMBcast.  Can’t wait to do it again.


  1. I enjoyed the entire movie. Ryan Gosling did a great job. It is a sad commentary on how corrupt our political process has become. I thought George Clooney did a great job directing the film.

  2. @Espana Nice, really glad you enjoyed it. I myself liked it a lot when I saw it, but now that the year has passed, it didn't manage to land on my Top 10 or Best Of list for the year. Oh well. Good, not great.