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“New Year’s Eve” Resolves to be Better

New Year’s Eve ft. Robert De Niro, Halle Berry, Ashton Kutcher and other huge stars, that owed the late great director Garry Marshal a favor, make extended cameos in this big screen “Love Boat.” Mike Spiegelman (my big bro) and I take down “New Year’s Eve,” the semi-sequel to “Valentine’s Day” (or pre-quel if you go by the calendar).

“New Year’s Eve” earned five Razzie Award nominations: Worst Picture, Worst Director (Garry Marshall), Worst Actress (Sarah Jessica Parker), Worst Screenplay and Worst Screen Ensemble,[15] losing all to Adam Sandler‘s Jack and Jill.

As usual, I mangle words and names. Tweet us the mangled english you caught from Mike and I. @proudlyresents @spiegelmania.

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The Eric Schaeffer Interview

The Eric Schaeffer Interview

The Director of “If Lucy Fell” and “My Life’s In Turnaround,”  Eric Schaeffer, talks about life as an indie director. How he went from cabbie to indie darling and back again. (Not really back, but it sounded good.) He addresses The fall out he had with his partner and the reunion. Also sex in his films, casting and we even get a cameo from his mom.

His other works include, “Fall,” “After Fall Winter” and the TV shows “Gravity” and “They’re Out of the Business.”

WARNING: THIS EPISODE IS DIRTY! TELL YOUR FRIENDS!

It’s the full interview. That’s for Tony Klootwijk and John Kelmer. Dan McKoy, you can press pause and hear the rest later this week.