Two Cents

Two Cents 039: Cinema of Future Past

The episode in which David joins us again, Indiana Jones 5 happens, Netflix rescues The Little Prince and snags Bright, Universal did racial profiling through Facebook to promote Straight Outta Compton, M-Go has become Fandango Now, Redbox might be sold off, Regal is no longer allowing kids into R-rated films, we get deeper on our thoughts of The Screening Room, and breakdown Sony’s GDC news on Playstation VR, Vue, and a rumored PS4 upgrade. Plus, Microsoft’s Actiongram, Twitch going culinary, livestreaming mobile VR content, a movie about Michael Jackson’s chimp, another Obama movie, DC’s The Killing Joke, the Dawn of Justice Director’s Cut, Judge Judy’s salary, and Netflix staying romantic.

P.S. The image is from the We Bare Bears episode “Shush Ninjas” which totes gets us.

Debt to Cinema

Debt to Cinema 026: Daredevil (Director’s Cut)

This week Steve finally got me to watch Mark Steven Johnson’s cut of that other Ben Affleck superhero movie everyone always shits on. As a fan of the theatrical cut, I was satisfied with the version I grew up with, but agreed the timing with this month’s related releases was too perfect to pass on.

Debt to Cinema

Debt to Cinema 002: Kingdom of Heaven (Director’s Cut)

This weeks selection was made by Steve for purely superficial and selfish reasons; however, despite my general disliking of epics, I found myself really surprised and engaged by this spectacle. It has a great message at its core about the holy land that shouldn’t be missed.