In this episode we review Chris Nolan's latest, the WWII drama Dunkirk. We give a review of the movie itself and the theater in which we saw it: the beautiful Lincoln Center AMC IMAX screen, in 70mm. Just the way God and Nolan intended. Plus we take yet another opportunity to talk trash about the Justice League trailer.
New episode! If you like cities with multiple planets in 'em, you'll love htis movie. It had one with a THOUSAND planets in it. Nothing to shake a stick at. That sentence gave no information about our review, but if you want that you'll need to listen.
Bad Movie Friday is back with the Hallmark Channel's Wedding Bells. Despite the fact that the movie has almost nothing to do with wedding bells, here's the description from IMDB: "Two people with commitments issues are asked to be best man and maid of honor at their friends wedding. With nothing much in common, they both didn't expect to find the romance of a life time."
It's not just Friday everybody...it's Bad Movie Friday. We're back with Destination Wedding, a 2017 Hallmark movie starring the chick from Spy Kids. Here's the description: "Ellie Hamilton has been painstakingly planning her sister's destination wedding for the longest time. As guests arrive on a beach paradise, Ellie runs into her ex-boyfriend, Greg, who also happens to be the best man. When the bride and groom don't show up, Ellie and Greg must lie to the guests and assure everything is okay. With the wedding a couple days away, and Ellie unsure if her sister will show up, she and Greg must save the wedding while simultaneously falling for each other." That description might be longer than this episode.
In our latest episode we're back with a review of everyone's favorite friendly neighborhood Arachnid Guy, Spiderman: Homecoming. Plus we review the trailer for Geostorm (and verify that "Geostorm" isn't a real word) and change it up a little bit on the episode intro.
We're back for Bad Movie Friday. In this week's edition we welcome back one of our favorite guests, Mike's sister Amy, to talk about The Wedding March. Here's the description: "Revolves around three friends who have dream weddings only to find out that the pastor who married them failed to complete the key paperwork required to make them official."
In our latest episode we talk about 2004's Spider-Man 2. Our discussion includes how Raimi's Spider-Man holds up to today's current superhero movies, a spirited debate over Keirsten Dunst's pre-Spider-Man career, and whether or not the name Zoey is a common name.