https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-k2nx4-7f2cba Oh hai listener! You here for podcast about real Hollywood movie! Welcome one and all to another episode of the Epic Film Guys podcast as we wind down 2017, and my god do we have a treat for you. Justin and I checked out the latest from James Franco in The Disaster Artist, which […]
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2hi8z-7f2c56 It should’ve been part of the main show, but there was just so much content I decided to clip out our discussion of the nominees for the 75th Golden Globe Awards from it and toss it here in its own minisode. Justin and I discuss the major categories in film that will be discussed […]
“The Disaster Artist says no; don’t quit, don’t forfeit, don’t give up on your dreams and push yourself to be something better and to make something better. “
[Justice League] rushes through every scene and every setup like a short-distance sprinter, eyes firmly fixed on the finish line.
“As much as the runtime could easily be trimmed by twenty minutes or so, there are many, many shots and scenes in the film that need to be this deliberately paced.”
For the incredible strength of character on display here, it is ultimately sad that [Wonder Woman] is so lacking in almost every other department.
Baywatch works far better as a parody of itself and when it shows that it understands exactly what kind of show/movie it was/is. In these respects, [it] is a smashing success and a colossal failure at the same time.