Watching “The Long Night” live led to a lot of emotions as the episode unfolded. While I was tempted to write about something that night, I recognized that a little of time and a fresher re-watch a few days later would my writing more justice. With that in mind, after two watches, here are The Good, The Bad, and The Really Fucking Stupid of the most expensive episode of television ever.
THE GOOD Continue reading “The Long Night” – The Good, The Bad, and The Very Fucking Stupid
As Game of Thrones comes to an end, Mike and Matt have been rewatching the whole show as we all get ready to say goodbye. As the final episodes air, The Reel World will post several articles reflecting on the experience of being invested in this world for close to a decade.
7. Mance Rayder
Continue reading Top 7 Game of Thrones Characters Who Got Short-Changed
Last week, Jerome Cusson and Michael Thomas ranked the films nominated for Best Picture at the 2019 Oscars. In light of Green Book actually winning Best Picture, try to wash that bad feeling away with these great films from 2019 that Jerome recommends.
Continue reading The Alternate Oscars – 5 Films from 2018 Not Nominated for Best Picture
Mike Thomas and Jerome Cusson debated the 2017 Academy Award Best Picture Nominees in the form of a podcast. In 2018, we went with a written preview (which contained a frankly amazing HELLBOY gag). After devising a secret formula to rank this year’s nominees, we have come up with a definitive order for the Oscar films, ranked worst to best…
8. Green Book
This film is a racist piece of shit. Continue reading Ranking the 2019 Academy Award Best Picture Nominees
WARNING: Here be spoilers. Your first and only warning.
Once The Last Jedi came and went, audiences officially began the journey from the “comfort” of the Skywalker Saga to the great unknown with the future of Star Wars. There is only one more film to go in the (foolishly presumed) final Skywalker trilogy, and soon enough there will be more Star Wars films that cover every little corner of the galaxy that is far, far away. As such, Solo provides some additional insight into the thought process guiding this venture. But also, it leaves many unanswered questions which I, an expert – obviously, will attempt to answer.
1. What were they thinking? Continue reading 5 Questions After Watching Solo: A Star Wars Story
Mike Thomas and Jerome Cusson debated the 2017 Academy Award Best Picture Nominees in the form of a podcast. Deciding this year it was best to spare Matt Waters the extra hosting duties give his many Reel World responsibilities (wordplay!), we decided that this year we would discuss the nominees on (figurative) paper instead. After devising a secret formula to rank the nine nominees, we have come up with a definitive order for the Oscar films, ranked worst to best. Without further ado…
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