This week Matt, Tiny, and Mike share their thoughts on Captain America: Civil War and end up gushing over it for an extended period of time. For potpourri, Mike dips his toes in DC’s animated features with Son of Batman, Tiny talks about a solar energy documentary called Catching the Sun, and Matt closes out the podcast with his thoughts on rediscovering his love of The Simpsons. Continue reading →
April was a surprisingly disappointing month. Maybe this is becoming the norm for me? I can’t account for why I’ve watched so few movies or why I feel like I should shoot for a minimum of 30 a month, apparently. Luckily I managed to spend considerably less money than usual. So that’s something.
I had a mediocre movie-watching month last month. But that’s secondary to the fact that I have eviscerated my previous movie-watching numbers. With a few weeks left in 2013, I have already had the best year in terms of movies watched since I started tracking my viewing habits in 2007.
Check back in the new year for my final stats. As for now, here is a breakdown of the best and worst of the movies I viewed in the penultimate month of 2013. As always, don’t forget to follow me and the blog around the internet with the links below.
Started off kind of rocky with some bits that didn't land as hard for me and/or had their punchlines spoiled in the trailer. There was also some distracting editing throughout it that I assume for one reason or another was due to the three leads being so young. But aside from those quibbles, Good Boys is really funny in a way that plays up the innocence […]
Really enjoyed this movie. There's a surprising amount of unsettling visuals that seem to push the PG-13 envelope without being purely grotesque or solely relying on jump scares. It's a really good balance of tone and scares. Review will be up on The Obsessive Viewer Podcast on Friday.
The street racing sequences and use of cars in general is actually a step up from the (now pretty dated) street racing effects of the first movie. But the plot of this one does nothing for me. I enjoy Walker and Tyrese on screen together, but Cole Hauser is pretty hollow and one note as the villain.