Very quickly, let me just say this episode was one I feel like we needed to do, not only to bring Jason back on board to get his thoughts, but to more directly address the reasons why we feel about this movie the way we do.
Ryan is still a 4 out of 5 on this one, and have listen to me and Jason spoiler this bad boy up for you as we break it down. Section by section, we unpack this so you can understand what we’re thinking as we roll through Rian Johnson’s vision.
No holds barred. Spoilers aplenty. Lots of language.
You have been warned.
Agree? Disagree? Let us know, but you’d better come with a why?/why not? with those.
Now, without any further ado, is our revisit of
The Last Jedi
It looks like we will be seeing the new Chris Evans movie
tomorrow night (Monday).
We plan on recording our review on Tuesday night, late.
Why late? Well, Ryan has a screening of The Fate of the Furious Tuesday night, and is flying out for the Star Wars Celebration in Florida on Wednesday.
Jason and I are not.
And we hate him for it.
Well, maybe not hate. More blindingly jealous, really.
Anyway, watch for our review of Gifted to be up as early as Wednesday evening.
See you around!
Ok, this is it. This is the movie that it seems like everyone has been waiting for since at least 2009, when that bastard of a movie, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, came out, which managed to simultaneously ruin two of Marvel Comic’s most, if not beloved, then cult, heroes: Deadpool and Wolverine.
Deadpool got his redemption in 2016, when Ryan Reynolds not only gave one of his best performances to-date, but also destroyed any lingering career effects of the disastrous 2011 release, Green Lantern.
Is 2017 the year Wolverine finally–after the aforementioned Origins and the only marginally better The Wolverine from 2013–gets his proper cinematic due?
Listen up, because we’re about to break it all down for you.
Hello, everyone! This time we’re reviewing the new Ben Affleck film,
Co-starring Anna Kendrick, Jon Bernthal, J.K. Simmons, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, and John Lithgow, The Accountant was directed by Gavin O’Connor.
You can check out the trailer HERE:
It’s just me and Ryan this time around, but I still think you’ll be getting plenty of bang for your buck.
Get it? See what I did there?
Unlike The Accountant.
Enjoy the episode!