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 →
Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made tells the story of three kids in 1982 who set out to create a shot for shot remake of Raiders of the Lost Ark in Mississippi. The project lasted seven years and all that was left to film was one crucial scene. Now over thirty years later, the men have reunited to complete their remake of Steven Spielberg’s iconic movie.
Had several issues after my first viewing last week. Those issue are mostly still present, but I enjoyed it a bit more the second time. Still not as good as the Chapter One, and obviously not as good as the book. But I'm okay with the finished product.
Tons of archival footage and a really interesting look at the evolution of medical services in motorsports. There's a unique resonance for me since I'm from Speedway, where the Indy 500 is ran. Even though I've never been a racing fan, per se, I do admire what goes into the sport. This is an interesting look at an aspect of it that is easily o […]