randall4000

randall4000

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June 6, 2017 10:56 am Loved it! I also love that The Finest Hours came up in the podcast. Could you guys force Ron to watch it and do a review at one of the monthly Patreon hangouts?
May 15, 2017 6:37 am I had a really good time with this one. I can acknowledge all of the criticisms but I have to say I was never bored and it didn't feel over long. Although some of the jokes didn't land particularly well, I laughed out loud a lot. I think it was miles better than the first. I'll give it a 4 and I'm sticking with it.
April 16, 2017 9:45 pm I'm assuming Conor is in Montanna checking out the real estate market.
February 4, 2017 8:41 pm I liked this way more than a man of my age should.
January 4, 2017 10:04 am Disclaimer: I'm a huge SW fan and was *really* looking forward to this movie. I saw it a couple of days ago. I think I've just decided I don't like it. In all fairness–as bad movies go it was extremely well made. The writing and characters just fell flat at every turn. It was a good idea for a story though. I think I'm gonna have problems with these EU movies.
January 1, 2017 7:26 am I think Hell or High Water was a perfect movie. It's Pine's best performance-that I know of. Definitely my favorite of the year. Loved Finest Hours too. I can't believe it got made! I really dug Spidey this year. You guys mentioned it a few times on the POTW show throughout the year. That and the Avengers 0. book feel like the old Marvel comics that I miss so much. I highly recommend Rectify from Sundance TV–streaming on Netflix. I think Timeless is a hoot! Thanks again for everything you guys do. Happy New Year!
November 14, 2016 11:41 am Anybody considering seeing this film *absolutely* needs to see it in 3D and IMAX if possible. I can't think of a movie that took better advantage of the format. Stunning!
November 3, 2016 8:54 am I just finished and I really loved this. Daredevil 1&2 and JJ felt like a slog at certain points but I never got bored with Cage. I was even binging at certain points. I thought the music selections were perfect. I really loved how it walked right up to the edge of Blaxploitation Cinema but it never went super-campy or Tarantinoesque. I do wish Cottonmouth had stuck around longer as Mahershala Ali was amazing. Don't even get me started on Rosario Dawson. Great stuff!
October 1, 2016 9:17 pm For what it's worth: I highly recommend Hellboy BPRD 1953 Beyond The Fences. It's daylight, suburban Hellboy drawn by Paolo Rivera. The art is so insane.