Posted in , Uncategorized, movie review, rear window, obsession, Satire, Homage, lifehacker, eric ravenscraft, Captain America, Comedy, Crime, Film, Fantasy, Death, Geek, Nerd, Geekcast, camp, memories, Paul, True Crime, Serial, Gory, Bloody, Violent, Violence, Movie, Classic, Love, Family, Storytelling, Kids, Podcasting, Love letter, Common, Wife, Noir, Assassin, Action Movie, Life, Arrival, Twist, Beyond, Justin Lin, Fast and the Furious, Drama, Die Hard, Edgar Wright, Baby Driver on Jul 5th, 2017
Join us as we discuss Edgar Wright's newest film, Baby Driver. Edgar Wright is one of our favorite directors, so we discuss how Baby Driver compares to his other movies we enjoy. We also discuss the plot, characters, and performances of each of the all-star cast. we even discuss the film's deep incorporation of music and how well we thought that was accomplished.
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Join us as we discuss the newest film within the rebooted Star Trek universe, Star Trek: Beyond, starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, and introducing Sofia Boutella as Jaylah. We discuss how we think this film compares to the other films within the rebooted Star Trek universe. We even discuss how we think it compares to the original Star Trek films. We also discuss our thoughts on all the new characters introduced for this film, including the villain Krall, played by Idris Elba, and Jaylah, played by Sofia Boutella. Lastly, we discuss where we think Star Trek goes from here as well as our thoughts on the coming Star Trek television series.
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