EPISODE 22 RECAP | This Week: Your hosts Audy and Elvin are joined by their friends and fellow cinephiles,Bryant Foster and Warren James. First all four guys review Edgar Wright's new Heist/Comedy crime film 'Baby Driver' - Elvin, Warren and Bryant all give it a Hell Yeah because of its combination of visceral action scenes and usage of music, whereas Audy thought Edgar Wright was trying to hard to replicate Quentin Tarentino,and was a pale imitation to a much superior same genre movie 'Drive. Next Audy, conducts an exit survey of Baby Driver by asking questions to the rest of the panelists, such as exactly "On a scale of 1 to 10 how punchable is Ansel Egort's face?". Then Lastly, Warren, Audy and Elvin review the Columbia Pictures/Marvel Studios joint venture - "Spiderman: Homecoming. Warren and Elvin gave it a "Hell Yeah" review, while Audy gave it a "Hell No" and felt that Spider-man deserved a better movie than what was given with the disjointed action scenes, banal music score along with very rough amateur direction from Jon Watts. DOWNLOAD HERE.
This week's guests hosts: Bryant Foster and Warren James
FILM RATINGS The Mummy - 1.5 stars and "Hell No" don't go see it! (Audy) Wonder Woman - 3.5 stars and "Hell Yeah" go see it! (Elvin) It Comes at Night - 3.0 stars and "Hell Yeah" go see it! (Audy)
20TH CENTURY WOMEN | During the summer of 1979, a Santa Barbara single mom and boardinghouse landlord, Dorethea decides the best way she can parent her teenage son, Jamie, is to recruit her young tenants - a quirky self-aware freebird photographer, Abbie, a mellow puppy dog eyed handyman, William, and her son's sweet but broken best friend, Julie - to serve as role models in a changing world. READ FULL REVIEW.