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Review: 'Ted 2'


Oh comedy sequels. Why do you even exist? We enjoyed the original the first time around when it was fresh and new and interesting, we laughed, we had a good time, and when it was all said and done, we told our friends about it and we all had a good laugh together as we recounted our favorite jokes and bits. And then a couple of years go by, and along comes the inevitable Read more

Netflix pick for 6/29/15 - 'Inglourious Basterds'


By 2009, Quentin Tarantino had already established himself as an auteur director of incredibly hip throwback cinema, all cool dialogue and twisty plots and references to other movies, overly violent and vulgar, films that felt effortlessly old school and contemporary at the same time. But then he released "Inglourious Basterds" and the world saw what happened when Mr. Tarantino actually had something to say. Movies like "Pulp Fiction" and "Reservoir Dogs" and "Jackie Brown" are Read more

#129 - Fresh Nostalgia


(Right Click Download Link To Save) In episode 129, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn review Ted 2,  and Chris went to a 40th anniversary screening of JAWS. There are new editions of Billy D's Death at the Movies, Vox Populi, and Netflix Instant Pick of the Week, as well as a new Dr. Drew's Two Cents segment. Also discussed: Jared Leto is weird, we're getting a lot of Batfleck, 2 Green Lanterns, Wolverine in X:Men - Read more

Review: 'Dope'


"Dope" has a common and basic skeleton of a story that should be instantly familiar to just about everyone. We've all heard stories and read books and seen movies and TV shows about a "good" person stuck in a bad situation, who usually has to resort to something they normally wouldn't do in order to survive. Whether its a kid growing up in a bad neighborhood or a person working for a shady company Read more

Review: 'Inside Out'


"Inside Out" is another one of those "it's for the kids but it's REALLY for the parents" kind of animated movies, you know, the ones Pixar has excelled at for about two decades or so, the movies that are cute, brightly colored and imaginative in a way that sucks in the young ones and holds their attention, but traffic in ideas that are decidedly the stuff of adults, requiring some life experience and perspective for Read more

Review: ‘Ted 2′

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Oh comedy sequels. Why do you even exist? We enjoyed the original the first time around when it was fresh and new and interesting, we laughed, we had a good time, and when it was all said and done, we told our friends about it and we all had a good laugh together as we recounted our favorite jokes and bits. And then a couple of years go by, and along comes the inevitable sequel, and we all go see it, and it is just not as good. We chuckle, maybe we’re amused throughout, but familiarity breeds contempt and seeing the same jokes repackaged just feeds right into the law of diminishing returns. It’s more of the same, but somehow it is also less. That is the essence of the comedy sequel. That is “Ted 2.” Read more

Netflix pick for 6/29/15 – ‘Inglourious Basterds’

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By 2009, Quentin Tarantino had already established himself as an auteur director of incredibly hip throwback cinema, all cool dialogue and twisty plots and references to other movies, overly violent and vulgar, films that felt effortlessly old school and contemporary at the same time. But then he released “Inglourious Basterds” and the world saw what happened when Mr. Tarantino actually had something to say. Read more

#129 – Fresh Nostalgia

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In episode 129, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn review Ted 2,  and Chris went to a 40th anniversary screening of JAWS. There are new editions of Billy D’s Death at the Movies, Vox Populi, and Netflix Instant Pick of the Week, as well as a new Dr. Drew’s Two Cents segment. Also discussed: Jared Leto is weird, we’re getting a lot of Batfleck, 2 Green Lanterns, Wolverine in X:Men – Apocalypse, a Fantastic Four – X:Men movie crossover, Furious 8 updates, Hannibal got cancelled, American Gods is coming, plus much more! Read more

Review: ‘Dope’

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Dope” has a common and basic skeleton of a story that should be instantly familiar to just about everyone. We’ve all heard stories and read books and seen movies and TV shows about a “good” person stuck in a bad situation, who usually has to resort to something they normally wouldn’t do in order to survive. Whether its a kid growing up in a bad neighborhood or a person working for a shady company or a person stuck with their shitty family, this is a go-to story because it is quite common and often relatable. What sets “Dope” apart is the specifics, the details, the little things that all add up to give this particular movie its own identity. Read more

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