YouTube video essayist Nerdwriter1 tries to fix the controversial film Passengers.
In which Marge and Homer discover the joys of mutual drunkenness.
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.
Tom counts down his favorite ten movies from 2016, and then lists off five movies that were best left unmentioned.
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.
A, perhaps surprisingly, controversial sci-fi film has divided the Gabbing Geek staff. Here are Tom’s thoughts.
The first trailer for PraLaw’s (Jimmy, stop trying to make that a “thing”) sci-fi Passengers is here!
I’m totally off the grid these days, but Ryan’s predictions are so bad I had to come in and rip them to shreds and
One year ago I made some bold predictions about how the 2015 domestic box office would turn out. My performance was mixed–got some, missed