Who’s excited for this one?
We both are, that’s for sure! Ryan and I have been talking about this one for a while, especially once we learned the director of the incredible Arrival, Denis Villeneuve, was on board, as well.
We give you,
Blade Runner 2049
Thirty years later, how does this sequel stack up to the original, classic interpretation of Philip K. Dick’s novel, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”
Starring Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, and Jared Leto, along with a couple of other cameos, it’s certainly got the star power lined up, but can they deliver?
Let’s get started and find out.
*Oh, and by the way, I apologize for any audio issues I wasn’t able to fix in this one. The gods were apparently hiding behind the scenes and wreaking havoc on my feed.*
Well, everyone, it’s Super Bowl Sunday, a day when tens of Millions of people will gather together and watch two teams compete for the Vince Lombardi trophy as the champions of the NFL.
SUPER BOWL LI
But if you are one of the estimated 527 people that won’t be watching the big game, why not consider hitting the theater to catch up on some great movies you might have missed?
Need a recommendation? Listen to a few of our reviews and then decide what to see.
Arrival, A Monster Calls. Split, The Space Between Us, and more. We cover them all.
So enjoy your Super Bowl Sunday, no matter how you spend it.
We’ll see you around the Megaplex.
I don’t know if we said it last episode or not, but I, for one, have really been looking forward to this movie since I saw the trailer.
And now it’s here.
Sci-fi with a brain? A real brain? Not just lasers and cool effects?
Listen up and find out for yourselves as Jason, Ryan and I talk about Arrival.
We’re taking a bit of different tack to our review this time around, as we explain in the opening. Hope you enjoy it.
Strap in, because this film will make your head swim!