On this Thanksgiving episode of The CineSnob Podcast, Cody acknowledges it’s been a pretty good movie year while Jerrod seems to be dying of whooping cough. They also review “Knives Out,” “The Irishman,” and “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” Click here to download the episode!
SPOILER ALERT! This episode of The CineSnob Podcast is a long, lengthy discussion about every aspect of “Avengers: Endgame” and should NOT be listened to unless you have seen the movie. For real, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Click here to download the episode!
The CineSnob Podcast RETURNS to discuss the biggest superhero movie ever, “Avengers: Infinity War!” WARNING: Cody and Jerrod talk spoilers starting a 10:02, so tread carefully, true believers! Click here to download the episode!
“The Russo Brothers have made an interesting choice in focusing the story on their giant purple villain.”
Ep. 79 – Captain America: Civil War, Space Jam 2 is coming whether we like it or not, and the young Han Solo has been found!
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“The franchise seems to be in capable hands with the Russo brothers.”
“There is a lot of movie to this movie. Feels inconsequential at best, like a place-holder at worst.”
“Brainier than your average action film. Deserves credit for going beyond the basics of the genre.”
“A delicious mixture of superheroics and ‘70s-style political thrills.”
“Watching Thor’s hammer slam down onto Captain America’s shield is the stuff of epic wonder.”
“At the top of the pack of comic book movies this summer.”
“Very little of the storyline feel authentic and logical, even from a science fiction standpoint.”