Ep. 127 – Dark Phoenix, I Am Mother

[ 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!

Dark Phoenix

“Entirely perfunctory, with confusing fight choreography…and completely unearned sentimentality.”

Alien: Covenant

“Passable sci-fi fare. Katherine Waterston is wonderful and Sigourney Weaver-esque.”

The Light Between Oceans

“Bathed in exquisitely aching restraint and soul-rending inner turmoil, its potboiler escapist theater.”

X-Men: Apocalypse

“Fox had righted the franchise, so let’s hope this crummy mutation doesn’t affect the series again.”

Steve Jobs

“It might be Michael Fassbender’s symphony, but Aaron Sorkin’s the maestro of the entire suite.”

Ep. 67 – Steve Jobs, reaction to the new Star Wars trailer, Chris Rock is hosting the Oscars, and Edgar Wright is teaming up with Johnny Depp, Neil Gaiman, and Bret McKenzie

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Slow West

“Occasionally compelling. Interest is mined from interaction between Smit-McPhee and Fassbender.”


“Has a certain sweet streak running through its veins and is an interesting look at mental illness.”

12 Years a Slave

“Significant subject matter… extremely powerful and essential viewing for everyone.”

The Counselor

“A complicated mess…’The Counselor’ just might be the most surprising failure of the year.”