Forgotten Cinema: I Love You To Death
Updated: Feb 20
"Hey Rosalie! Mo-nop-oly!"
That's right, the Mikes are tackling the 1990 film Kevin Kline film, I Love You to Death on this episode of Forgotten Cinema.
Listen in as Mike Field and Mike Butler discuss this dark comedy from director Lawrence Kasdan. They talk about the stellar cast, from Tracy Ullman and River Phoenix to great smaller parts for William Hurt and Keanu Reeves as would-be hitmen. The Mikes also touch upon Kasdan's career and his use of easy dialogue that seems to come naturally for his actors.
They'll also talk about writer John Kostmayer and why a writer who finally sells a script and gets a film made seemingly drops off the face of Hollywood. And as usual with a comedy movie, the Mikes will talk about some of their favorite bits and lines, as well as the film's ability to make Butler crave pasta and meatballs.
So grab your spaghetti and meatballs, please notice the stoner hitmen to the left and right of you, and settle down for Forgotten Cinema.
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