We begin with The Stanford Prison Experiment (01:33) and Goosebumps (17:41) then Steve talks about Ip Man 3 (35:43) before I review Richard Curtis/Hugh Grant combos Notting Hill (42:53), Bridget Jones’s Diary (44:43), and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (49:53). We end with my thoughts on CW’s The Flash (54:41) and Gotham Academy Vol. 1 (56:55).
This week we managed to review a few things besides Star Wars beginning with a rewatch of The Good Dinosaur, Hotel Transylvania 2 (10:09), McFarland USA (16:44), Paper Towns (19:14), Mistress America (31:44), Knock Knock (37:17), Legend (46:22), Black Rain (51:43), and some VR content (57:19)
This week we review Adam Sandler’s first streaming only title, Todd Haynes’s Carol, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, In the Heart of the Sea, Murder of a Cat, Tak3n, The Haunting (1999), While We’re Young, Laggies, The Fault in Our Stars, A Boy Named Charlie Brown, Dumb and Dumber To, While You Were Sleeping, Comet, Up Close and Personal, and Transparent Season 2 (54:30).
The episode in which we mention some upcoming biopics, rumors for Apple’s latest event, Hulu finally giving you a way to remove adds, the importance of the commercial break, Force Friday, Sony’s bad luck, and if they can turn it around by finally making the great videogame adaptation.
Adam Sandler + Chris Columbus + Sony + 3D + 80s nostalgia = ????
Listen to us talk about the film everyone else on the internet has already ripped to shreds.