Welcome to Silver Linings with Ray DeLancey and Ocean Murff. Have you ever liked — maybe even loved — a movie that everyone else seems to hate? You're not alone! We look at movies that are often panned by critics and audiences alike to see if their hate is warranted. Sure, we'll talk about what might be broken, but more important: we talk about what really works in these films with the hope that we change some minds along the way... maybe even yours. So sit back, relax, and let's take the guilt out of guilty pleasures.
Ray and Ocean are joined by Kyle Olsen of Marvel Movie Minute to discuss the red-headed stepchild of the Fox/Marvel movie-verse: Daredevil!
Repo Men (2010)
A dystopian future movie starring Jude Law and Forest Whitaker got WHAT score on Rotten Tomatoes? Ocean and Ray are ready to rush to the defense in this look at 2010’s Repo Men.
The Wolfman (2010)
Can classic monsters be resurrected? Is this movie more spectacle than substance? Are horror remakes always doomed to fail? Tune in to this episode of Silver Linings as Ray and Ocean attempt to answer these questions looking at 2010’s ‘The Wolfman’!
Is it the ball bearings? Is it the Travolta widow's peak? Is it the straight-up hacking? These questions might make you ask yourself, "hey... what IS good about the movie Swordfish?" We're going to find out this week on Silver Linings.
Ahhh ‘Brightburn’ ... who would have thought that a film penned by the Gunn brothers would end up a film worthy of the Silver Linings treatment? This was supposed to be an absolute slam dunk of a super-horror-fest! Our experience with ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ set us up right proper for the initial run of this movie. Reviews were deeply mixed, but many of them said the premise was full of potential that ultimately didn’t deliver. It’s time to find some silver linings.
Escape From L.A. (1996)
The rules are really beginning to annoy us. We stand with Snake. Anyone want to join us for a trip to the island of Los Angeles for a game of "Bangkok Rules"? Welcome to episode one of Silver Linings from The Next Reel family of Film Podcasts.