This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod review “Jumanji: The Next Level,” “Richard Jewell,” and “6 Underground.” They also discuss the newly-released Houston Film Critics Society award nominees, and how their picks differed from the final ballot. Click here to download the episode!
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod talk “Hobbs & Shaw” and the future legacy of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and the possibility of a 4-hour cut of “Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood” coming to Netflix. Click here to download the episode!
“Should appease fans of the series who get a hard-on for pop culture references and extreme meta humor.”
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod review “Deadpool 2,” and Cody recaps An Evening with the Duplass Brothers in Austin. Click here to download the episode!
“A hyper-violent, hilarious raunch-fest filled with things no one would have imagined.”
Ep. 77 – Deadpool, Where To Invade Next, and discussion of the final Batman v. Superman trailer and speculation on whether the movie sucks or not
[iframe style=”border:none” src=”http://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/4146218/height/100/width/480/thumbnail/yes/render-playlist/no/theme/standard” height=”100″ width=”480″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] In this very romantic Valentine’s Day episode of The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod talk “Deadpool” and what its success means for the future of R-rated comic book movies. Cody also gives us the lowdown on Michael Moore’s “Where to Invade Next” and the […]
“Shows its cards too early and follows too predictable a path. Store-brand Jason Bourne action.”
“It’s a likeable narrative that does have spurts of high-octane entertainment value.”
“Funny sight gags are what will keep children under the age of eight the most fascinated.”
“An exceedingly routine spy thriller…that will easily be lost among the mediocrity come March.”
“While there are laughs, too many attempts come from things like high-velocity poop.”
“A lackluster way to set up a franchise that might not even get off the ground.”