In this episode, I welcome Robert Fekkes back to the podcast for a double review of Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League. We also discuss the latest of the sexual assault scandals in Hollywood, and wrap up the podcast with a potpourri section covering The Incredibles 2 teaser, and the Hulu Original documentary Too Funny to Fail.
In this episode, recorded on Halloween night, I welcome Robert Fekkes back to the podcast to review Denis Villenueve’s Blade Runner 2049. We also discuss the recent sexual assault scandals in Hollywood, and wrap up the podcast with a potpourri section covering The Deuce season 1 and Master of None season 2. Continue reading →
This week Fekkes joins me to review Spider-Man Homecoming, He also shares his experience meeting Craig Robinson in Vegas, his disappointment in Iron Fist, and listens to me talk about why The Dark Tower’s 95 minute runtime isn’t a bad thing. Continue reading →
In this episode, Fekkes and I review Alien: Covenant and then Tiny and I review Hulu’s Batman & Bill documentary. We also pay tribute to Sir Roger Moore, and briefly discuss The Emoji Movie’s trailer. For potpourri, we talk about Dimension 404, Fantastic Beasts, and A Case of You. Continue reading →
This week, Tiny and I review the latest M. Night Shyamalan movie, Split, with frequent guest Robert Fekkes! We also debate the merits of M. Night’s past work, and what Split means for the future of his career. We also discuss Shia LaBeouf’s livestream Trump protest, Star Wars Episode VIII’s title reveal, Patriots Day, Silence, Netflix’s The Crown, and more. Continue reading →
This week, Matt reviews the latest MCU movie, Doctor Strange with guest Robert Fekkes. They also talk briefly about fictional presidents, Black Mirror, Ouija: Origin of Evil, The Dark Tower delay, and more. Continue reading →
This week Matt welcomes friend and frequent guest Fekkes to the podcast to fill in for Tiny, who had to work late. In the episode, Matt and Fekkes discuss Roland Emmerich’s latest movie, Independence Day: Resurgence. For Potpourri, they share their thoughts on The Lobster, Central Intelligence, and Matt reflects on turning 30 with a viewing of Jurassic Park.
This week we welcome frequent guest Robert Fekkes to talk about the positives and negatives of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, discuss the fan v critics battle surrounding the movie, and debate the merits of Zack Snyder’s style and overall career. This episode also includes a special clip from Mike giving his immediate thoughts on the movie. For Potpourri, we talk about the Ghostbusters trailer, Zootopia, and the Mustang documentary A Faster Horse. Continue reading →
In this special bonus episode of the podcast, Matt chats with frequent guest Robert Fekkes about the recent onslaught of movie trailers we’ve been getting. For Potpourri, Fekkes talks about the zombie movie Maggie and we chat about one of my favorite movies, Sunshine. Finally, I give my review of Sisters. Continue reading →
This week Tiny and I welcome our friend Robert Fekkes back for his 6th appearance on the podcast! This time, we talked about Ridley Scott’s latest film The Martian. In potpourri, we discuss Sicario, the lackluster Age of Ultron Blu-ray release, the fall TV season, Better Call Saul season 1, and horror movie The Den. Continue reading →
Our friend and frequent guest Robert Fekkes joins Tiny and I for a discussion about comedy sequels. We cover Dumb and Dumber To, Meet the Fockers, Next Friday, Horrible Bosses 2 and more. For potpourri, we talk about HBO’s Ballers, Foxcatcher, and Ask Me Anything. Continue reading →
Serviceable comedy. I dug the depiction of the relationship and thought Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae had good chemistry. The mystery just wasn't engaging and the sequence of events the characters go through throughout the movie just didn't do much for me nor did it feel like it tracked particularly well.
I feel like I missed something here. I appreciate the acting and the very fluid and natural dialogue. But ultimately I felt like it was a bit of a blowhard of a movie. Andre and Wally talk for two hours and it's reasonably engaging. But it feels like it circles profound topics without really diving into them.