This week we review Steve Jobs starring Michael Fassbender, directed by Danny Boyle from a screenplay by Aaron Sorkin, based on the book by Walter Isaacson. We try not to confuse this film with Jobs (2013) or Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine (2015).
This week we review Black Mass starring Johnny Depp as the infamously violent Whitey Bulger. We’re joined by Nicholas Saenz from Austin to debate Depp’s accent and Alan agrees to watch Edward Scissorhands every single day until he likes it.
This week we review Pixar’s new emotional animated adventure, Inside Out. Christopher Meister joins us at Films of the Future headquarters to discuss the current state of children’s films and we debate if there was or wasn’t a gray Care Bear. Plus, another email from Patrick in Vancouver.
WARNING: This may be a kids movie but this ain’t a podcast for kids. Totally NSFW.
This week we review San Andreas starring Dwayne Johnson. Special Californian guest, Carissa Remitz joins us to discuss if it makes sense to be afraid of earthquakes and wonder if it’s really safe to be safe.
This week we review Alex Garland’s Ex Machina starring Alicia Vikander as a sexy robot in a psychological love triangle with Domhnall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac. Ben Vigeant, co-host of The Space Lincoln Star Trek Podcast, joins us on our quest to decide if we are human or are we dancer.
In this episode Alan’s mom joins us to review Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella. We talk about how this Cinderella has more spunk than her Disney princess friends and for some reason we start to sing “The Yellow Rose of Texas”.