This week, Tiny and I give review the movies we picked for each other to watch on Netflix from last week’s episode. I chose for Tiny to watch They Call Us Monsters and Tiny chose for me to watch The Place Beyond the Pines. For potpourri, I bring up I, Tonya and The Killing of a Sacred Deer while Tiny heaps praise upon HBO’s Big Little Lies.
Recorded 2/7/17 – This week, Tiny and I chose random titles from each other’s queues. For Tiny, I chose Victoria and Tiny chose In the Loop for me. We discuss the movies and also receive another Pine Tree Perfume check-in from Mike, who shares his disdain for The Bye Bye Man. And, for Potpourri, we talk about The Abyss, Hidden Figures, The People v. OJ Simpson, and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Continue reading →
This week, Matt and Tiny do another Netflix Picks episode wherein they review a random title from their Netflix list. This time around, the guys chose each other’s pick. For Matt, Tiny chose the 1997 Robert Zemeckis movie Contact. For Tiny, Matt chose the 2015 documentary Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made. For potpourri, Tiny talks about the trailer for Martin Scorsese’s Silence and his viewing of the CMA County Christmas special while Matt reviews the latest Disney animated film Moana. Continue reading →
This week, Matt and Tiny each review a random selection from their Netflix queues. Matt got Dear Zachary while Tiny got Antichrist. Then, for potpourri, they share their thoughts on Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience, Southpaw, and Simpsons World on the FXNow app. Continue reading →
This week, Matt and Tiny review the random titles streaming on their Netflix Queues (assigned in OV163). Tiny discusses his feelings toward ESPN’s 30 for 30 doc, The Prince of Pennsylvania, while Matt fills a gap with a first-ish viewing of Wayne’s World and the heartbreaking and heartwarming documentary Autism in Love. Then, Mike’s call-in segment gets an official title and theme music as he calls in his thoughts on The Huntsman: Winter’s War. Finally, for potpourri, Tiny reviews Adam McKay’s The Big Short, and Matt shares his thoughts on Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book and season 2 of Netflix original series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Continue reading →
This week Tiny and I review a couple of random titles from our Netflix lists (Bernie and The Guest). We also talk about V/H/S: Viral, Room, Master of None, The Bastard Executioner’s cancellation, The Walking Dead’s current season, The Soupending, and Shia LaBeouf’s #AllMyMovies project. Continue reading →
The visual effects and destruction/battle sequences were really fantastic and looked incredible. Suffers from too many under developed human subplots and eye rolling logic I couldn't quite suspend my disbelief for. Still quite a bit of fun.Podcast review on The Obsessive Viewer will come out probably tomorrow.
Rewatched to record a commentary track for my Patreon.I was pretty forgiving of this movie the first time I saw it. While I still respect some of the visuals and jumps into surreal visions, as an overall movie, it just didn't really hold up that well.I love the concept (and dig the novella as well), but the movie takes this confused "lost in supern […]
First time seeing it since it was in theaters. I appreciate it a bit more this time. It's jaw droppingly gorgeous at times and the monster fighting it really cool. Surprisingly, in a movie with so much darkness, it doesn't feel like it's using dim lighting to skimp on visual effects. Instead, it uses it to conceal and put some cool lighting ef […]