Bloodshot is one of the many movies that has been affected due to what is happening in the world today. Its theatrical run has been cut short and it is now available on demand! We discuss Bloodshot starring Vin Diesel, its origin as a comic, and we play a particularly fun Rotten Tomato game.
How does Bullet time work? How did Lord of the Rings make the hobbits and dwarves look believably smaller than everyone else? In this episode we discuss movies that have changed the industry of cinema. We are joined by special guest Brucker of the Film on the Rocks podcast.
As cheesy as holiday movies are, they are comforting and full of joy and love. And, to not sound cheesy, the movies are full of Christmas spirit – the one thing so many people lose sight of. These movies break down consumerism and expose human nature and what really matters. It’s not the number of presents under the tree, it’s the people you spend time with during the holidays. It’s not about the cookies you bake but about the memories you make while you make those delicious cookies.
Rambo series thrills all of us. At least, it excites most of the ’80s and 90’s era kids. When we talk of Rambo, the first thing that comes to our minds is the action hero, Sylvester Stallone.
When the first Terminator movie came out, it depicted a bleak future where robots had taken over the world. The year 2029 seemed to be a distant future back in 1984 when the movie was released.
The Good Place is back! Everything is fine. In episode 12, we discuss The Good Place up to and including the Season 4 premiere which aired last week. We also discuss how well Men in Black International fits into the Men in Black franchise.