Ep. 115 – Solo: A Star Wars Story

] This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod travel to a galaxy far, far away to review Lord and Miller’s Ron Howard’s “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” Click here to download the episode!

Solo: A Star Wars Story

“A prequel and an origin story sewn together to make a whole thing that’s familiar, but not anywhere near new.”

Ep. 93 – Split, The Founder, and a Lost in London recap

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Out of the Furnace

“Lack of a narrative focus is one of the reasons the film fails from a storytelling perspective.”

Seven Psychopaths

“Great chemistry…A unique, unapologetic, filthy and darkly funny movie experience.”


“An intense character study of a corrupt LAPD cop…that neglects the narrative angle of the screenplay.”

The Hunger Games

“A perfectly cast Jennifer Lawrence in the lead role makes up for a lot of the film’s problem areas.”

The Messenger

“Powerful…Literally brings the harsh realities of war to your front door.”


“Surprisingly fresh…’Zombieland’ isn’t your grandma’s zombie movie.”