The Great Wall

“Boring…It doesn’t ever fully embrace its potential for mash-up weirdness.”

Ep. 85 – Jason Bourne, Batman: The Killing Joke, and Cody broke his lil’ baby toe!

[iframe style=”border:none” src=”//” height=”100″ width=”480″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod talk Jason Bourne, Batman: The Killing Joke, recap the Bridesmaids champagne party, and figure out just how Cody managed to break his toe. [00:00-17:25] Intro/Bridesmaids recap/Cody’s toe [17:25-30:02] Jason Bourne [30:02-43:27] Batman: The Killing Joke […]

Jason Bourne

“You might wish Bourne had stayed in hiding instead of going through the motions one more time.”

The Martian

“The total cinematic package – humorous, gripping, intelligent and extremely entertaining.”

Monuments Men

“Clooney’s cheeky ‘Ocean’s 11’-style approach wasn’t in the best interest of the narrative in the least bit.”


“Director Neil Blomkamp bundles all the political themes up and slams viewers over the head.”


“Steven Soderbergh’s deft direction of the sprawling cast…feels breezy and effortless.”

True Grit

“Coen brothers give own version of dusty, old-fashioned western with such craftsmanship.”

Inside Job

“Should light a fire inside anyone who understands the current financial crisis.”


“Left with profound questions lingering in a screenplay that merely skims the surface.”

Green Zone

“Could have been so much more than just some time behind the political pulpit.”