On this Thanksgiving episode of The CineSnob Podcast, Cody acknowledges it’s been a pretty good movie year while Jerrod seems to be dying of whooping cough. They also review “Knives Out,” “The Irishman,” and “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” Click here to download the episode!
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod try to determine the worthiness of “Toy Story 4.” Click here to download the episode!
Ep. 103 – Top 5 movies of the year so far, home video reviews of The Circle, Unforgettable, and Kong: Skull Island, and a preview of Fathom Events this week
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod run down their top 5 movies of 2017 so far. They also preview a pair of Fathom Events, “Batman and Harley Quinn” and “Rifftrax Live – Doctor Who: The Five Doctors,” and Cody reviews home video releases for “The Circle,” “Unforgettable,” and “Kong: Skull Island.” Click […]
“Inoffensive and forgettable. Hope the experience goes by as quickly as possible.”
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“A well-performed, acceptable tale of American heroism, despite Eastwood’s complete lack of subtlety.”
“Asks timely questions about how the U.S. has handled war criminals throughout history, but never preaches.”
“It’s easily Hanks’ best performance since his last Oscar nomination in 2001’s ‘Cast Away.'”
“Meaningless…a forced tearjerker that can’t wrap up soon enough.”
“If you’re a Latin man you have to be able to fix something.”
“Wraps up franchise in masterful fashion and again proves Pixar is on a level all its own.”
“Never an authentic sense of conflict…beyond the film’s amped-up tempo.”