[ 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!
Ep. 112 – Red Sparrow, I, Tonya on Blu-ray, Oscars post-mortem, and a recap of La La Land live from the San Antonio Symphony
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod review the spy thriller “Red Sparrow,” talk “I, Tonya” on Blu-ray, break down the 90th annual Academy Awards, and recap their visit to the San Antonio Symphony’s performance of “La La Land” live. Click here to download the episode!
“[It’s] deception and manipulation, even while between the thighs of J-Law, is somewhat of a dull affair.”
“Cinematic version of sleep paralysis. Aronofsky has embraced his chaotic narrative without remorse.”
“Dragged down by a confusing tone, but makes up for it…during the QVC portions of the story.”
“Ventures into some incredibly dark yet intriguing places.”
Ep. 17 – The Guest, The Maze Runner, Tusk, the Deadpool movie is finally a go, and filmmakers we once loved that now disappoint us
[iframe style=”border:none” src=”http://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/3077076/height/100/width/480/thumbnail/yes/theme/standard” height=”100″ width=”480″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] Click here to download the episode! In this week’s episode of The CineSnob Podcast, the guys from CineSnob.net review “The Guest,” “The Maze Runner,” and “Tusk.” They also discuss the officially green-lit upcoming “Deadpool” movie, the now delayed HBO Penn State Football drama “Happy […]
“An adventure that ranks among the series’ strongest. Jackman’s performance is badass.”
“Appears to have the intention of being something grander and more clever than what it actually is.”
“For a second movie in a franchise, there still seems to be a lot of set-up.”
“Razor sharp script and career defining performances…especially from Cooper.”
“A perfectly cast Jennifer Lawrence in the lead role makes up for a lot of the film’s problem areas.”