https://youtu.be/_rr_ePIlxvg On this episode film critics Maribeth Thueson, William J. Hammon, and host Jason Godbey review theatrical and streaming releases: Everything Everywhere All at Once, Apollo 10 1/2, Turning Red, Blade Runner Black Lotus, Severance, Raised by Wolves. We also cover our most anticipated movies and series of 2022: The Black Phone, Nope, Bullet Train, … Continue reading Episode 1109: Film & TV Reviews
Plus, there are the usual Viking tropes: bloody battles, screaming warriors brandishing swords and axes, men who speak only in a growl, and a fair amount of raping and pillaging. The Northman is actually extremely violent, sometimes in particularly sadistic ways.
Everything Everywhere All at Once is the most bonkers film you will see this year, but it's also one of the best.
If this sounds an awful lot like Romancing the Stone (1984), it is, but stupider. At least in that movie the heroine had to contend with drug dealers, which are an actual thing. In The Lost City, the characters are cartoonish, not even rising to the level of stereotype, and the ruins on the island look like some vague mish-mash of Mayan or Aztec architecture with ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.
https://youtu.be/vyNuu7qA5bE Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode Editor in Chief of Fanbolt.com, Emma Loggins, and host Jason Godbey review director Kenneth Branagh's take on two Agatha Christie classics, Death on the Nile and Murder on the Orient Express.To read Emma's review of Death on the Nile, click here. Follow us here for more great … Continue reading Episode 1102: Murder on the Orient Express & Death on the Nile- Movie Review
But the worst offense is that Branagh seems to feel that this is The Story of Poirot, so he loads the film with Poirot’s personality quirks - he’s obsessive compulsive, he had a youthful love, but now he’s lonely - forgetting that this is an ensemble film, and Poirot is only there to solve the murders, not to be the star.
by William J. Hammon, ActuallyPaid.com Some of the best horror movies out there are the ones that are grounded in an essential reality, even within the context of supernatural monsters, gory viscera, and over-the-top special effects. If the terror is analogous to something that can be experienced or felt internally by the audience, it goes … Continue reading This is Gonna Hurt – SLAPFACE
If you had the chance to confront your high school nemesis, would you do it? Most of us would probably just as soon avoid that person, but then can you ever get closure? And would it matter?
Mary Elizabeth Winstead is out for blood in Cedric Nicolas-Troyan’s Kate. On her final mission, Kate (Winstead) has been poisoned by a toxin that gives her less than a day to live. Refusing to go down without a fight, she sets out on a quest for revenge.
by Maribeth Thueson Your faithful movie reviewer is still attempting to see all the 2021 year-end movies. Here are more reviews of some recent releases. HOUSE OF GUCCI The Cast of House of Gucci Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga), a young woman of modest means, meets a nice guy (Adam Driver) at a party. They have … Continue reading Recent Release Roundup: HOUSE OF GUCCI, SPIDER-MAN NO WAY HOME, & THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH