EPISODE 21 RECAP | This Week: Your favorite movie reviewers and podcasts hosts are back! and ready to kick in to gear the summer movies of 2018. First they review Universal Studio's reboot The Mummy Audy thought it was a complete waste of Sofia Boutella's talents, while Elvin thought the Dark Universe is off to a miserable start. Then they review the summer movies thus far and try to pinpoint just why movies like Alien Covenant and Guardians of the Galaxy just failed short of expectations and why dumb ass movies like Baywatch and Pirates 5 still get green lit. Afterwards, they review Wonder Woman. Elvin praises the film saying its the "purest superhero movie since the original Christopher Reeves Superman." Next the fellas discuss the promising news of Joss Whedon taking over the Justice League movie and the implications it has on the DC Universe movie forward and lastly -- the fellas split on It Comes at Night Elvin thought the movie was one gigantic false advertisement from previews to screen, whereas Audy really appreciated its accomplished masterwork on a small budget to achieve its psychological and symbolic scope convincingly. DOWNLOAD HERE.
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.