A radio interview with the person who wrote this sentence, on Gtown Radio: Part III
Here is the third in a series of no doubt 4 million appearances (or maybe less) that I made on Ed Feldman’s Morning Feed. Originally the interview ran at an epic length, 3 and 1/2 hours. Now, after some judicious editing, it runs at a mini-epic length of 2 hours, but you’ll still get plenty of Mr. Feldman ranting and raving and leching on young female celebrities while I make fun of him for it. My appearance coincided with a screening of Looking for Mr. Goodbar that we held at Medium Rare Cinema back in September. A review of that film will appear on the site soon. Other topics of discussion include Drive, the strange mediocrity of the films of Mike Nichols, the homophobia and misogyny of Mr. Goodbar, the Margaret situation, Michael Rapaport’s documentary on A Tribe Called Quest, the pitfalls of rote film criticism, and many, many other diversions.
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