Happy 2019 and welcome to The Obsessive Viewer’s2018 Year in Review episode! It’s our annual episode where Tiny, Mike, and myself share our movie viewing stats for the year, our top ten favorite movies list, and otherwise just nerd out about our year in movies and life! So buckle in and prepare yourself for the episode we always looking forward to and enjoy!
Happy New Year and welcome to our 2017 Year in Review episode! This week we welcome back former full-time co-host Mike to discuss our 2017 viewing stats, our best and worst movies of the year lists, and to catch up on each other’s lives.
Happy New Year and welcome to our 2016 Year in Review episode! This week we welcome back former full-time co-host Mike to discuss our 2016 viewing stats, our best and worst movies of the year lists, and to catch up on each other’s lives. Continue reading →
It’s that time again where we reflect on our year in movies. In this episode we share our viewing stats for 2015, movies we missed and honorable mentions, and, of course, we go through our best and worst movies of 2015. Continue reading →
Here’s the premiere of our third season of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast! We took some time off for the holidays and now we’re back with a look back at the best and worst movies we saw in 2013. Check the show notes for timestamps and a whole year’s worth of Obsessive Viewer blog articles.
Captain Marvel is a blast. Brie Larson is fantastic and her dry wit and delivery really gives Carol a unique style. I appreciate that the movie didn't lean into the fish out of water humor that the original Thor did. Instead, the fun is directly tied to the plot and mythos of the Kree and Skrull war and the MCU itself. The de-aging CGI has come such a l […]
I loved this documentary. I didn't know the format of the documentary or how it was made going into it. Discovering in the theater that it was a retelling of the Apollo 11 mission completely comprised of footage with no talking heads or narration, was a very pleasant surprise. Seeing the mission play out as it did through actual restored footage in IMAX […]
Enjoyed Alita a lot more than I thought I would. The world building is really solid and the setpieces are very well done and thrilling. There is a ton of expository dialogue that drags the movie down a bit, but it's not too bad.