While that title might sound a little lofty, here’s what you’re going to get: we’re going to talk about how superhero movies have both succeeded and failed in depicting their heroes.
What this means is that we touch on everything from Logan, to Deadpool, to The Amazing Spiderman, to the upcoming DC movies (especially The Flash) to The Fantastic Four, John Wick, and more.
Heck, we even sneak in a Star Wars reference as we break down what, in our eyes, makes these types of movies succeed or fail.
Do we tangent?
Oh, yes. Yes, we do. Mightily. Sorry about that, but it’s a hazard of the job, really. Can’t be helped.
Nevertheless, we hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it.
This is it! The blockbuster of the year.
The movie that everyone has been waiting for:
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
We’re going to talk about it all, but, as always, we’ll warn you when we get to the spoiler-heavy parts.
And so, without further ado,
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…
Yes, we know it’s not movie related, per se, but since Jason and I both attended the recent Salt Lake Comic Con, we decided we really should talk about it.
It’s got movie stars, so it works.
Nestled between episodes 4 and 5 of the podcast, we made this presentation for YouTube, covering the good, bad, and ugly of the con. [Editor’s Note: For the record, there was way more of the first, and not very much of the second or third.]
And since the Visually Stunning Movie Podcast now has a new home, I figured I should get this put back where it belongs, which is here.
Have a look/listen if you haven’t seen it before, or watch it again and relive the joy that was Salt Lake Comic Con, and remember to start planning for next year’s event now. It it scheduled for September 21-23, 2017.