The Geeks discuss mutant movie release dates for Deadpool 2, New Mutants, and Dark Phoenix, Cable casting news, Now You See Me 3’s latest edition, and then play a trivia game. A few technical issues on this recording, so we apologize for Ryan’s awful Max Headroom impression and, as always, we apologize for everything Watson says.
Join the geeks as we gab about Star Wars: The Last Jedi released a teaser, along with the new Thor: Ragnarok trailer and what we’re looking forward to this summer!
I give Logan a perfect 10. Go see the movie first, then come back here to discuss. Because we have a lot to discuss.
Cutting to the chase: The Great Comet is one of the most engrossing theatrical experiences of all time. Find out why in our latest Theater Geek post.
Ryan went and saw Hamilton in Chicago with Wayne Brady. Here’s what he thought.
The Oscar nominees are here, so Watson and I had to chat about them all. While these aren’t necessarily our predictions, since that comes after careful consideration and evaluation of various oddsmakers, here is what we’re thinking.
Turns out this wasn’t a great year in terms of me making it to the movie theater. Yet another way 2016 sucked. But I
The movie Passengers came out last week to mixed audience reactions and tepid critical response–neither good signs for highly bankable movie stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt. A few of the Geeks saw the film and had a chatroom discussion. Because the movie can’t really be discussed without spoilers, not only am I giving you a GIANT SPOILER WARNING RIGHT HERE but after the break I’m also going to describe the plot for anyone who doesn’t want to see the movie but wants in on the chat. Ready to proceed? Okay.
The Gabbing Geek crew has been a bit silent since our video podcasting tool went broke and we’ve been too busy to record a podcast. Or to write much in terms of articles. We just left Tom sitting in the comfy chair, turned the TV on, and told him to write whatever came to mind. But we’re all still around and we chat amongst ourselves when the mood strikes. Such a mood clearly struck when Rogue One was released. So here, with some editing, is our Rogue One chatroom discussion. Yes, it has spoilers, so go see the movie and then come join our conversation.
The third act of this movie saves it from being…dare I say it…bad. There are a few standout moments in the first two acts but the third is truly brilliant. I admired the way this movie skirted the line of wanting to be dark and gritty but still fit into the Star Wars universe. I’m not sure it succeeded, but I admired the effort.