Dollar Reviews

Dollar Reviews 042: The Big Sick/Spider-man: Homecoming/War for the Planet of the Apes

Welcome to our first triple feature, starting with the true romcom of Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s lives #IdBuyThatForADollar, followed by Sony’s third go at Spidey (24:23), and finally Matt Reeves’s conclusion to the Apes trilogy (48:23) #IBTFAD. Also, Steve shares thoughts on The Exception (1:20:07), Kirikou and the Sorceress (1:24:19), and a double feature of The Philadelphia Story/Palm Beach Story (1:27:06). Meanwhile, I caught This is John (1:32:04) and Videodrome in 35mm (1:36:37) – then my Goodwill Corner featuring a surprise announcement (1:41:08).

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Two Cents

Two Cents 097: Money Talks

The episode where I flesh out a future Dollar Reviews podcast during a mock Patreon ad break for Fleshlight (1:11:07), Joss Whedon takes over Justice League duties after a tragedy in the Snyder family, I get alarmed by the shelf life of disasters in the face of Disney escapism, Sony goes down Uncharted territory with Tom Holland and Gina Prince-Bythewood, and Universal unveils its Dark Universe. Plus, Amazon + Steven Soderbergh, VR porn (for the umpteenth time), the future of festival ticketing, and creating movies via breakout tweets.

Dollar Reviews

Dollar Reviews 021: Captain America: Civil War/Zootopia/Views/Overwatch (Beta)

This week we finally live up to our intro and give you reviews for a wide amount of media beginning with Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War. Then we head to Zootopia (31:45), Sing Street again (35:40), take a look at Drake’s Views (42:40), and impressions of Blizzard’s Overwatch Beta (44:38). Finally Steve tells me about his screening of Dolemite (46:41) and I reminisce about the days of switching channels on cable and watching whatever they programmed.