“I’m not going to ask you again, Dwight… Where. Is. Pam?”
It’s another Michael Bay film, but there are no robots or turtles to be found. That just leaves us with the heroic REAL-LIFE exploits of American military contractors rising to the occasion and saving lives. The men are heroic, but is the movie worthy of them?
Oscar Season closes with Leo’s latest attempt, and what an attempt it is. He’s thrown caution (and physical well-being) to the wind as he treks across the wilderness. Snooty and Goon had front-row seats, and they’re ready to break down this cinematic breakdown.
Tireless excavation unearths Antonio Banderas’ best hope for an Oscar.
It’s back to the WABAC, this time to view the inspiring events of 2010 as thirty-three Chilean miners are rescued from the depths of the world. It was up to the Chilean government to save their buried citizens, but now it’s up to Snooty and Goon to decide if this cinematic adaptation can live up to such a recent real-life story.
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.