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By special request, Sofie reviews something she's actually kind of looked forward to.
With Jurassic World breaking records at the box office, lets take a look at the most divisive entry in the series.
During MAGFest, Mikey and Mr. Mendo watched the made-for-TV movie Scooby-Doo! in Arabian Nights and then decided to do an unscripted review of it.
“The second act is a prolonged science lesson with some first-year philosophy thrown in for good measure, albeit a visually stunning lesson with some good action pieces and special effects.”
Universal is developing a new TV series based on the (semi) beloved, (not particularly) timeless movie about Ahnald, precocious tots, brutal drug dealers, tumors, and tragically underfunded public school systems.
“As always: James Bond, the world’s most famous secret agent.”
One of the better of the newer wave of fight movies.
Ursa's discusses her favorite film in the Cornetto trilogy, why Nicholas Angel is so great, and alternate reads on character sexuality.
Time to get Shreked! ...In the least obnoxious way possible. Here's the film that started a crazy set of trends. See what Joey's thoughts are!
“Despite the epic length, most of the cast will turn out to have existed to explore ideas or play second fiddle to the father/daughter relationship.”
“It’s a bit like if Christopher Nolan made Batman Begins and decided to cast Adam West.”
A deeper look into the 1989 underwater film.
After a long absence, Mendo returns with a brief review of the first ever music video, and all its unspeakable racism! It’s not great, to be honest.
“CGI allows you to do anything you can imagine in your wildest fever dream, which begins to stretch the limits of believability to the breaking point.”
The fun and insanity of Death Machine.
“At one point during the riffing, one of the guys remarks that the movie looks like it was edited in a Vitamix, and that’s pretty accurate.”
“I wish they’d spent as much time working on the storyline as the visuals, but it is what it is.”
“A post-apocalyptic version of (let’s face it) the Wacky Racers doesn’t feel like something that people have any kind of racial hang-ups about, so why would people mind if a woman took over?”
A look at the hugely influential Oz-ploitation film Mad Max.
In this two-part episode, Ursa takes a crack at Revenge of the Sith and the joys of people taking action while advancing the plot through dialogue.