Ep. 119 – Recapping the somewhat disastrous 91st Oscars

This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod talk the mess that was the 91st Oscars, from highs like “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” winning best animated feature, to awful lows like any wins for “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Green Book.” Click here to download the episode!

Knight of Cups

“A concert for the soul and the senses and latest reminder of how very desperately we need Malick.”

The Big Short

“An exaggerated ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ that registers as phony and too shallow for its own good.”

Exodus: Gods and Kings

“You’ll be exhausted after meandering through a snazzed-up version of a story you’ve seen before.”

American Hustle

“Appears to have the intention of being something grander and more clever than what it actually is.”

Out of the Furnace

“Lack of a narrative focus is one of the reasons the film fails from a storytelling perspective.”

The Dark Knight Rises

“Feels epic…but this final chapter doesn’t necessarily reach its full potential.”

Public Enemies

“Nothing develops around the picturesque scenes other than more bullet holes.”

Terminator Salvation

“An exercise in mechanics…loud explosions and artificial nostalgic moments.”

The Dark Knight

“An immensely dim and entertaining crime drama masked as a superhero movie.”