Ep. 106 – American Made, Battle of the Sexes, Gerald’s Game, Fantastic Fest recap, and home video reviews of Wonder Woman, The Big Sick and A Ghost Story

After some technical difficulties, The CineSnob Podcast is back for the 106th time with reviews of “American Made,” “Battle of the Sexes” and “Gerald’s Game.” Cody also fills us in on his time at Fantastic Fest, and reviews home video releases of “Wonder Woman,” “The Big Sick” and “A Ghost Story.” Click here to download […]

American Made

“Aspires for the breezy, comedy-drama feel of ‘The Big Short’ and ends up mostly succeeding.”

The Mummy

“Tom Cruise is absolutely the wrong choice. At least the Brendan Fraser movies were fun.”

Ep. 3 – The Fault In Our Stars, Edge of Tomorrow and the ups and downs of Tom Cruise

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Edge of Tomorrow

“A mildly satirical, exceedingly clever adventure featuring a likeable performance by Tom Cruise.”


“A sci-fi movie that over-thinks its mythology and ends up forcing the viewer right out of the story.”

Jack Reacher

“The film never quite takes off and ascends above typical crime thriller material.”

Rock of Ages

“Ridden with cliches, unimaginative jokes…a disservice to the music it borrows.”


“A suitable action thriller with political undertones.”