Having a rip snortin good time talking about some 90’s nostalgia cash in movies. First you we have a new rotten entry to the View Askewniverse with Kevin Smith’s Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.
Your deepest desire is to have a good quality zoom recording. Will we finally meet…
Every now and again, something comes along that is so intentionally upsetting but so soaked in layers of metaphors that you can’t help but love every second of it. The Platform is that movie right now.
This is what happens when a writer starts and ends a screenplay with a single idea. Conceptually, Bloodshot should be fantastic, but it fails to capitalize on its biggest strengths.
We uh, are not too good at figuring out how to record remotely anymore. Hopefully…
Oh boy director Peter Berg (Battleship, Deepwater Horizon) is back with yet another borderline inexcusable mess of a motion picture.
Tell Me Who I Am is both emotionally conflicting and deeply disturbing in all the ways a harsh cut documentary should be. This talking head documentary follows the struggles of a twin whom had lost his memories at the age of 18 and how his brother helped him piece together everything about his past, but with shocking alterations to the truth.
Nothing comes out in March so the boys are forced to watch a Pixar film, YUCK. That’s right we’re talking ONWARD. We also get a special visit from Nicholas Michael Jacobs, returning to the pod with his brand new film Tales from Six Feet Under.
American Factory is a fascinating look at misinformation and cultural differences as they take hold and contrast each other. This documentary published by Netflix follows a group of American factory workers as they become employed by, and work closely with, a group of Chinese industrialists.