This week Matt and Tiny discuss some of their favorite TV neighbor characters after discussing some news about The Dark Tower as well as some news about MoviePass. For Potpourri, they share their thoughts on Finding Dory and 13 Hours.
I texted a friend Tuesday about the death of comedy legend Harold Ramis, his response struck a chord: “One day all the greats will be gone, bums me out,” he said, and I couldn’t agree more. Harold Ramis really was one of the greats. Personally, I revered Ramis. So much of his work has spots on my favorites lists. Vacation, directed by Ramis, is a top five movie for me. Caddyshack, also directed by Ramis, is a comedy classic, and Ghostbusters, in which Ramis starred as Egon Spangler, was a huge part of my childhood.
Seeing as Halloween is now upon us and I’ve committed myself to writing four “Days of Blood” posts, I figured I would devote the fourth and final post to some of the better (and more recent) horror and horror-adjacent titles available to stream on Netflix. Hopefully it will make up for the way I’ve been neglecting my Streaming Saturday recommendations this month.
Went into this wanting to see some cool monster on monster popcorn violence. 2/3s of the action is solid and delivered what I wanted. The other 1/3 of the action is incomprehensible and boring. It was okay.
This whole movie just felt lifeless to me. The few emotional beats rarely (if ever) hit. Action scenes (particularly the space one) were solid. But that's really the only positive to this movie. I'll be sharing my thoughts on an upcoming episode of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast.
The Pokémon universe translates really well into live action. I would love to see more of this universe and more Pokémon battles, specifically. The CGI looked great. The variety (and sheer amount) of Pokémon throughout the movie kept me interested and impressed me. I have a relatively limited knowledge of Pokémon (I played one of the games for like a month w […]