This week’s review: Watchmen

Sean and Matt take a look back at Zack Snyder’s speed ramping and slow motion filled Watchmen. While it’s very faithful to the graphic novel that may actually be part of it’s undoing. There’s also a fair amount of gushing over the new Guardians of the Galaxy movie. We are Groot!

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This week’s review: Oblivion

In this weeks episode Sean and Matt talk about Tom Cruise and the movie Oblivion. This is Joseph Kosinski’s second film, his first being Tron: Legacy, and is a feast for the eyes. However, there are many issues that make it difficult to recommend. And just wait to hear what Sean has to say.

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This week’s review: Dune

In this week’s episode Sean and Matt talk about the 1984 classic, Dune. A film adaptation of the Frank Herbert novel had been in the works since 1971. The first attempt was made by Alejandro Jodorowsky, and the second attempt was with Ridley Scott. Was the third time the charm? David Lynch tried his best to bring the epic novel to life, but there were so many things standing in his way.

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This week’s review: Runaway

Tom Selleck and Gene Simmons in a movie together? Yes, you read that right … Magnum P.I. and The Demon sharing the same screen. In today’s episode Sean and Matt talk about the 1984 movie, Runaway, a science fiction film from Michael Crichton. With successes like Westworld, Coma, and The Great Train Robbery under his belt, Runaway was meant to be one of 1984’s tentpole pictures.

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