It takes a brave music producer to hire a blind image consultant, but Starlight Records just has that much courage.
The Jem adaptation truly, truly, truly comes to the big screen minus some of its more outlandish components. Snooty and Goon will have to decide if a reduced budget prevents the film from capturing the soul of 80s Glam Rock, or if these plucky teens and their cumulative twenty pounds of eyeshadow have what it takes.
If Elba ever had any real interest in the role of James Bond, he’s REALLY playing against type here.
Let’s get topical with the first exclusive Netflix movie premiere! …discounting all those festivals that featured it. This movie is so heavy, so weighty, that we needed to add in our Pretentious Best Friend to help us pick it apart.
Snooty and Goon take a walk through history with this sticky-sweet adaptation of the daring wire walk at the Twin Towers. It strolled through the festival circuit, and now the movie is stepping up to wide-release in theaters. Even still, I think The Martian will still keep this one underfoot.
Matt Damon, waiting for AAA to make good on their “Anywhere, Anytime” towing guarantee.
And now we’re back! To outer space! It’s time once more to look to the horizons of human exploration, which today takes the form of Matt Damon farming potatoes inside a tiny tarp house while scientists do math back on Earth. AND IT’S SUPER-COMPELLING!