Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to our 30th episode of the season!
That’s not bad, considering we put some stuff on the website that doesn’t make it to the podcast feed, huh?
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This week we’re going to talk about the third and final film of the modern “Planet of the Apes” trilogy, and the second directed by Matt Reeves (who is now hard at work re-writing The Batman):
War for the Planet of the Apes
There are already rumblings that this might be the best picture of the year. Is that true?
Let’s see what Ryan and I think.
**Warning: be prepared for tangents on technology, awards, the original Charlton Heston Planet of the Apes, war, and different writer/directors.**
As promised, and as picked by the public, here is our retro-review of the mostly-unfondly remembered 2005 superhero film,
Three years before Robert Downey, Jr., would help revolutionize (some might say create) the modern superhero genre with Iron Man, Ioan Gruffud, Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis, and a then “who-is-that” Chris Evans would star as Marvel Comics’ flagship hero family for 20th Century Fox.
Earning $158M at the box office (on a $100M budget), the film spawned a sequel two years later.
With twelve years and over a dozen Marvel Cinematic Universe films having come and gone (along with a Fant4stic Four reboot), let’s try to step back and take an objective look at the FF and see what went right and what went wrong, and how it might be taking more flak than it needs to.
*Note: I misspeak in here and say Roger Corman’s version of the Fantastic Four was 1993: it was 1994.
Welcome back, everyone! This time out, we’re talking about the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe:
After his triumphant entry in Captain America: Civil War, everyone’s favorite wall-crawler is back with his first solo movie with Tom Holland in the role of Peter Parker.
So, without any ado at all, let’s talk Spider-Man!
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