Jerome and Brian finally address another movie they’ve been putting off for a while: Hancock. They discuss this dour and depressing Will Smith project and spend even more time in 2008, a year that has been very important to the history of this podcast. Does dour equal greatness or something pile of shame worthy or somewhere in-between?Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon – Limited Edition: Hancock
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). We came back yet again in 2019 with no change in the system and then again in 2020.
BUT THIS YEAR IN OUR LIKELY FINAL YEAR DOING THIS COLUMN, we are SHAKING things up. Instead of ranking a fairly mediocre slate of films, we split the films up and did a small write-up on the merits of each film and then out some predictions at the end. Continue reading
Ranking Analyzing & Predicting the 2021 Academy Award for Best Motion Picture
Jerome and Brian discuss two female led superhero films that unfortunately are not very good, maybe historically so. They discuss how problematic every single character is in My Super Ex-Girlfriend is and why Ben Falcone made an action comedy that didn’t have great action and wasn’t funny. This might be rock bottom.Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon – Limited Edition: My Super Ex-Girlfriend & Thunder Force
Jerome and Brian discuss a forgotten 2005 DC movie, Constantine. Find out how Keanu Reeves made smoking look incredibly cool, Rachel Weisz refusing to emote, and what all the whispering is about. Conversation about this movie proves this does exist. Find out whether it exists enough to warrant a place in the Pantheon or Pile of Shame.Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon – Limited Edition: Constantine
Jerome and Brian continue their limited run of Superhero Pantheon episodes and turn their attention to the very popular 2010 film, Kick-Ass.
This was referenced by Wandavision because of two of the stars. This was quite the popular film 11 years ago. Does it still hold up? Find out as Jerome and Brian analyze Matthew Vaughn’s original foray into superhero films.Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon – Limited Edition: Kick-Ass
I will be checking out these Justice League animated movies as much as possible. I will be using the same four questions I use here to assess each film. Matt and I actually discussed this film before. I have no memory of making this podcast! [I am listening to it right now. Good episode!]
Self-explanatory article. Here is a full review of the film. Continue reading The 9 Best Things in the #SnyderCut