This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod see if “It: Chapter 2” floats and discuss what they’re looking forward to from MondoCon5. Click here to download the episode!
[ This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod review Fox’s X-Men swan song DARK PHOENIX and the Netflix sci-fi thriller I AM MOTHER. Click here to download the episode!
“Entirely perfunctory, with confusing fight choreography…and completely unearned sentimentality.”
The CineSnob Podcast returns from another sabbatical to review M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass” and the Netflix documentary “Fyre.” Click here to download the episode!
“There’s a great ballet of carnage on display, but the remainder of the film is so painfully out of tune.”
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“Mixed results. A head-scratching end to the climax and an icky aftertaste in the epilogue.”
“Fox had righted the franchise, so let’s hope this crummy mutation doesn’t affect the series again.”
“An adventure that ranks among the series’ strongest. Jackman’s performance is badass.”
“Eventually collapses on itself after an exhausting series of underwhelming twists.”
“There is a lack of intrigue no amount of shoddy CGI can save.”
“If this finds box-office success, watch out for ‘The Urchin of Venice.'”