Movie review podcast by areyouscreening.com featuring BFCA critic Marc Eastman and co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard.
F9 & The Tomorrow War Review And Much More
This week action and mayhem square off as we look at F9 and The Tomorrow War, two films that are sure to polarize, as well as cause a lot of forgiving in service to "popcorn" fun.
We also go back to Luca and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, and talk about some TV series that are on our radar.
The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard Review
Theater traffic is still running rough but The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard is technically the weekend winner. Is it worth checking out, and is it worth a trip to the theater? Does it live up to the first?
We'll let you know, and we'll also give a special shout out to a few shows you don't want to miss, including "Kevin Can F**k Himself."
A Quiet Place 2, The Conjuring, and more
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It passed A Quiet Place 2 at the box office this week, and we'll give you a rundown on both. We'll also give you a quick take on Loki.
Two "horror" movies in one week and they couldn't be more different, but they are both getting people to theaters. Are they worth your time?
Army of the Dead, Wrath of Man, Cruella, Those Who Wish Me Dead & More
We're trying to get you as caught up with things as we can this week, and we cover Army of the Dead, Wrath of Man, Cruella, and Those Who Wish Me Dead.
It's a strange mix of heist movies, zombies, action, and live-action look at a cartoon world, and it all adds up to a front-runner for best of the year, horrible nonsense, and things that should have been better.
Tune in and we'll let you know which is which.
Without Remorse & The Mitchells vs the Machines Reviews +Look Back at 2005 Films
This week we take another look at The Mitchells vs the Machines, which is a lot of fun, and we review Without Remorse, the latest Tom Clancy effort. Ultimately, Without Remorse isn't particularly bad, but it could have been a lot better.
We also keep looking back at award winners of years past, a project that started out as an idea to give people some ideas of what to look for via streaming services in these theater poor times. Since I turned out that several years didn't have very inspiring nominees, we take a look at some of the best of 2005.
Mortal Kombat, Stowaway, Mitchells vs Machines, and More
This week we take a look at Mortal Kombat, Stowaway, and The Mitchells vs. the Machines, and we take another look at some old Oscar winners by way of listener questions.
Is it possible that Mortal Kombat is actually a decent effort? We wouldn't have expected to even entertain the question, but the trailer made us curious. Do things work out? We'll let you know, and if you haven't heard of The Mitchells vs. the Machines yet, you really want to check it out.
Like these guys a lot. Despite the other review, I actually think it has a down-home feel, not a pretentious one. Just two well-informed friends talking about movies, with a dog often jangling its collar or making other such noise in the background (but not enough to be annoying, just endearing). Their opinions often differ but they make their arguments without descending into a shout fest. To the other reviewer - that last sentence is a doozy.
If you guys want to know anything about movies, these guys will give you every single details. I love these guys for movies reviews. Definite recommend.
Just pass it.
I find it hilarous that they think certain films are pretentious have they ever listened to themselves ? Good movie reviews should always have a differing opinion to make things more interesting. If you want to hear two guys who laugh at the expense of the films and it's makers then waste your time.