ATLANTIS: THE LOST EMPIRE (2001):Written by: Tab Murphy, Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise, Joss Whedon, Bryce Zabel & Jackie Zabel -This is an interesting one. Atlantis came comes on the tail end of the Renaissance (ie. well after it ended, but only by a couple years), so the hype was less extreme, the expectations were lowered, and the money was gonna be less. Even so, they did some REALLY … Continue reading Jab’s Disney Reviews: Atlantis The Lost Empire
Well, I liked X. X was Ti West’s attempt at a 70’s style horror movie that came out earlier this year, mostly starring Mia Goth in a dual role, but also featuring Jenna Ortega, Brittany Snow, and others. The story of a gathering of young folks out to make a classy porno flick, but finding themselves in a horrific situation, was engaging throughout and had … Continue reading Pearl Review
Marty from Pods Like Us is here with the very odd choice of a somewhat forgotten TMNT movie: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Turtles In Time. That’s right! It was more than just the name of an arcade game!
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On the third go-around, do the one-liners finally start getting tired? Do the additions of Ryan Reynolds, Jessica Biel, Parker Posey, and Triple-H help or hurt the Blade franchise? Did Kris Kristofferson still want to be here?
Stew and John from The Pint discuss all this and more in Blade Trinity!
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I actually skipped this article for the month of July for reasons I’ll get into momentarily, and I assumed no one really batted an eye. And then I saw this! So there you have it! You can all blame/thank Blissed Off for the return of my 2022 movie log, where I recount my quest to get through 300 movies by December 31st of this year. … Continue reading Stew’s August 2022 Movie Log
“Never Trust Anyone Whose Favorite Movie Came Out After They Turned 21”. I saw someone post this once on Twitter, and I was aghast. (I wasn’t. I just like the word “aghast” and need to work it into more things. “Rob, what did you think of your niece’s 2nd birthday party?” “I was aghast!” See? Always fun) Anyway, I started thinking, “Well how true can … Continue reading On Nostalgia And Biases
Stew is joined by Sean (from Review It Yourself) and Bill (from Bill Reads Bad Reviews) to cover the infamous George Clooney outing that killed the 90’s Batman franchise so bad that DC had to get CHRISTOPHER NOLAN to save it a few years later! And, wait, Sean gives this movie WHAT out of ten?!
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Okay, I was pretty worried about this one. Bodies Bodies Bodies had all the makings of either an instant classic hilarious horror-comedy… or of an insufferable attempt at unironically overusing Zoomer lingo and culture. The more trailers I saw, the more I was worried it was veering towards the latter, with characters seemingly constantly referring to each other as “toxic” or “gaslighters” or as “silencing” … Continue reading Bodies Bodies Bodies Review
Did Big Boy do it? Does art imitate life? Find out now when Billy from We Watched A Thing joins Stew to go back to 1990 and see how well Warren Beatty’s Dick Tracy holds up!
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I love streaming services, man. For all the talk of about Disney is “ruining movies” or whatever, the actual truth is that movies are more diverse and risk-taking than ever. Sure, not EVERY movie goes to theater. Sure, what does go to theaters is a lot of safe, assumed sure-fire successes. But there are still more movies being made now than ever. It’s just that … Continue reading Prey Review
As of writing this, Bullet Train has a 54% score on Rotten Tomatoes, and that gives me a bit of a sadness. We’ll obviously get into the details and the meat of the review shortly here, but this was one of the most fun new film experiences I have had in 2022 so far… and 2022 has been a good year for movies overall, so … Continue reading Bullet Train Review
Is it time for the biggest discrepancy in show history between Stew’s score and that of his guest? It just might be as Stew and Sam from Movie Reviews In 20Q’s go back to Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire’s first wall-crawling effort!
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It’s June! The official start of summer! Now, the movie industry will tell you that the summer starts in May, even possibly encroaching into the end of April, but I don’t buy it. Here in the Northern Hemisphere, summer starts June… June… June twenty-somehingth. I’m not sure exactly. It’s definitely a solstice. But that’s not the point. The point is… not May. They can release … Continue reading Top Ten: Summer Blockbusters
LILO & STITCH (2002):Written by: Chris Sanders & Dean DeBlois -This is a funny one, as it’s an original story, and has a completely unique art style (that of a long-time Disney Animator Chris Sanders, who always drew his stuff that way- one wonders if the others got annoyed at always having to shift his stuff into the “Mainline” Disney style). I have to agree with … Continue reading Jab’s Disney Reviews: Lilo & Stitch
In the wake of the second trailer for Jordan Peele’s third outing as a director, a lot of people started complaining that too much had been given away. The ad outright showed a spaceship hiding in the clouds! The mystique was gone! Woe! I promise, if you haven’t seen Nope yet and had that sentiment, you have no idea what all you are in for. … Continue reading Nope Review