On this abbreviated hour of the Movie Show, Doug Wright and Steve Salles broadcast live from My Hearing Centers, and review the movies Rock Dog and animated movie about a dog who wants to be a famous rocker, Collide a story about a man hatching a scheme to pull off a drug heist for an eccentric gangster, and Bitter Harvest about the Soviet Union in 1933 where Stalin's tyranny could destroy their country, but can't destroy this couple's love.
They also run through Telephone Torture brought to you by the Megaplex Theaters, and What's New at the Redbox.
Steve Salles and Doug Wright review the movie The Red Turtle, the story of a man shipwrecked on a tropical island inhabited by turtles, and the movie Get Out, the story of a bi-racial couple who have reached the meet-the-parents milestone of dating, but upon meeting the parents some weird events start to take place.
Steve and Doug also run through the Movie Show Top 10 brought to you by Call Climate Services while they broadcast from My Hearing Centers.
Doug wright continues his Radiothon special from Harvest Right where he talks with Tom Howells about his five year old son Max who developed a tumor in his brain. To become a Smile Maker please visit the 41st Annual Radiothon Website for more information.
Steve Salles joins Doug on the phone from California and they review the movies The Great Wall and A Cure For Wellness.
Doug Wright Broadcasts from Harvest Right in North Salt Lake and gives a preview of the upcoming Primary Children's Radiothon. We meet Liam, a child born with a defect called a tracheoesophageal fistula where his esophagus formed into his wind pipe, giving no direct access from his mouth to his stomach. Become a Smile Maker today at the 41st Annual Radiothon Website.
Steve Salles joins Doug on the phone from California. They review the movie Fist Fight.
Doug Wright and Steve Salles broadcast live from the Hale Center Theater where they review the movies John Wick: Chapter 2, a continuing story of a former hitman turned good being pulled out of retirement to defend a a shadowy international assassins' guild, The Lego Batman Movie, a spin off of the Batman character in the widely successful Lego Movie. Fifty Shades Darker where a man with deviant tendencies tries to win back the woman he scared away, and finally the movie I Am Not Your Negro, a film adaptation of a book that the famous civil rights movement author James Baldwin never finished.
Steve and Doug also run through Telephone Torture and What's New at the Redbox.
Steve Salles Broadcast live from the Hale Center Theater where they run through the top 10 and chat with Rich Lewis the Director of Digital Communications of RootsTech. All this and more on the Movie Show on KSL.
Doug Wright and Steve Salles broadcast live from the Intermountain Medical Center as they prepare for their Heart Fair. They review the Spanish movie Julietta a movie about a mother and a daughter dealing with the loss of their husband/father. It all cascades down when the daughter inexplicably leaves. They also review The Space Between Us about a boy born on Mars trying to connect with the home he has yet to know through a street smart girl he meets online.
Steve and Doug also run through Telephone Torture sponsored by Megaplex Theaters and What's New at the Red Box.
Steve Salles and Doug Wright broadcast live from Intermountain Medical Center as they prepare for their Heart Fair. They review the movies Rings, which is a sequel to the horror movie The Ring, and The Comedian about an aging comic icon who is trying to find his way post television fame.
They also run through the Movie Show Top 10 sponsored by Call Climate Services.