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Review: 'Vacation'


Well they have been threatening to make this movie for years, so it was inevitable that it was about to happen whether we asked for it or not. "Vacation" picks up where the previous "National Lampoon's Vacation" movies have left off, picking up and continuing the story of one of America's most hapless families, this time getting into the not-so-great family life of the next generation of Griswolds. When "Vegas Vacation" ended 17 years Read more

Review: 'Southpaw'


Every couple of years we get a new boxing movie, usually a tale of a book-dumb but street-wise hustler who is either trying to claw his (or her) way out of poverty or already got out of poverty and claimed fortune and fame only to lose it all and have to work back up from the bottom again. Either it's achieving the American Dream or seeking redemption for losing that Dream. Usually our lead Read more

Netflix pick for 7/27/15 - 'Mission: Impossible'


The series of films based on the popular 1960's television series "Mission: Impossible" might be best known for two things: first off, this was the series that got Tom Cruise doing his own stunts in action movies in earnest, as his performed most of his own stunts in this movie in order to save money and also because everyone recognized that the scenes just looked better with the actual main actor in there instead Read more

#133 - Dark Daze and Dark Knights


(Right Click Download Link To Save) In episode 133, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn review Southpaw, and also review Slow West and Lost River. Also discussed in this episode: who was the Thing at the end of The Thing, movie adaptations of young adult dystopian future novels, The Office of the Vamps, Dark Was The Night, an EMOJI movie, a Nintendo-based theme park, Benicio Del Toro in Star Wars Episode VIII, Chris loses all hope Read more

Netflix pick for 7/21/15 - 'A Most Wanted Man'


In 2014, Philip Seymour Hoffman was the lead in what would turn out to be one of the last films of his frustratingly shortened career, and it also turned out to be one of his finer performances. In "A Most Wanted Man," we get a wonderfully disheveled and world weary Hoffman as a German intelligence officer tasked with making inroads in the battle against Islamic-based terrorism, and it is a pleasure to watch him Read more

Review: ‘Vacation’

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Well they have been threatening to make this movie for years, so it was inevitable that it was about to happen whether we asked for it or not. “Vacation” picks up where the previous “National Lampoon’s Vacation” movies have left off, picking up and continuing the story of one of America’s most hapless families, this time getting into the not-so-great family life of the next generation of Griswolds. When “Vegas Vacation” ended 17 years ago in that dark theater you were sitting in, did you immediately wonder what would it be like if Clark’s son Rusty grew up, had a shitty family, and went on his own family vacation? No, you didn’t? Well here you go anyway. Read more

Review: ‘Southpaw’

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Every couple of years we get a new boxing movie, usually a tale of a book-dumb but street-wise hustler who is either trying to claw his (or her) way out of poverty or already got out of poverty and claimed fortune and fame only to lose it all and have to work back up from the bottom again. Either it’s achieving the American Dream or seeking redemption for losing that Dream. Usually our lead pugilist has a family to provide for or a life partner to lean on, and usually these things are taken away in some capacity so our hero can, ahem, fight for them. Throw in a training montage or two, some punch-drunk pseudo philosophy, and a few gallons of red-dyed corn syrup, and you have yourself an honest-to-god boxing movie. And in 2015, that movie is called “Southpaw.” Read more

Netflix pick for 7/27/15 – ‘Mission: Impossible’

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The series of films based on the popular 1960’s television series “Mission: Impossible” might be best known for two things: first off, this was the series that got Tom Cruise doing his own stunts in action movies in earnest, as his performed most of his own stunts in this movie in order to save money and also because everyone recognized that the scenes just looked better with the actual main actor in there instead of shooting around stuntmen. And secondly, being produced by Cruise himself, this franchise of films has the distinction of being the series of movies with the best directors possible. John Woo, J.J. Abrams, Brad Bird, Tom Cruise always goes after the best to help make his movies a reality. And that started with the very first “Mission: Impossible,” which was directed by the one and only Brian De Palma. Read more

#133 – Dark Daze and Dark Knights

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In episode 133, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn review Southpaw, and also review Slow West and Lost River. Also discussed in this episode: who was the Thing at the end of The Thing, movie adaptations of young adult dystopian future novels, The Office of the Vamps, Dark Was The Night, an EMOJI movie, a Nintendo-based theme park, Benicio Del Toro in Star Wars Episode VIII, Chris loses all hope for the RAMPAGE movie, and much more! Read more

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