“A commendable technical achievement. Director Damien Chazelle is at the top of his game.”
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!
“The ideas don’t necessarily feel groundbreaking, but Villeneuve’s vision is one of his best assets.”
“An adorable, choreographed-to-a-fault work of art. Stone and Gosling light up every scene.”
Ep. 80 – Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, The Nice Guys, casting announcements for Thor: Ragnarok and Spider-Man: Homecoming, the new Star Trek Beyond trailer, and where to hear us on the radio!
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“An exaggerated ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ that registers as phony and too shallow for its own good.”
“Refn has made a movie for himself and doesn’t seem to care if anyone else buys into the experience.”
“A glossed-over crime drama that feels like it’s been pulled straight from the Sunday funnies.”
“Separates itself from an often-unimaginative genre with powerhouse performances.”
“This strange, unique take on a heist movie lacks substance and characterization.”
“There’s something genuinely refreshing about its soft heart, honesty, and squareness.”
“Emphasizes the dysfunctional interaction between its emotionally depleted characters.”