Greetings programs! This week, we’re taking on two films new to Disney+: Kenneth Branagh’s latest Poirot mystery, A Haunting in Venice, and the new Awkwafina & Sandra Oh starring comedy Quiz Lady.Continue reading “Podcast: A Haunting in Venice & Quiz Lady”
Greetings programs! This week, we dive head first into the world of Wes Anderson with Asteroid City, and then we jump off a cliff with Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1. Join us!Continue reading “Podcast: Asteroid City & Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1”
Greetings programs! This week on the show, we’re talking about two super fun movies: Fast X, the 11th Fast & Furious movie and Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, the sequel to the best movies of 2018.
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What the hell. Tim Burton has directed a movie with a minimum of CG and over the top set pieces. Hell the trailer for _Big Eyes_ looks downright restrained! Maybe it’ll even be a good movie like he used to make!
Wes Anderson is a film maker with a distinct voice. He tells stories with emotional cores and often tells them using characters that don’t always seen to want to, or even know how to, express those emotions and sets them in a world that is just over the border into absurdity and littered with all kinds of fine detail, interesting colour palettes, and now stop motion.
Basically he crafts a whimsical world and then populates it with non-whimsical people.
In any event, The Grand Budapest Hotel may be his best film yet by virtue of the fact that it’s probably the most Wes-Anderson-y film he’s made to date, but in the best way possible.
Wes Anderson makes a certain flavour of film. I like to call it “Wes Andersony” because he’s the only guy that makes that particular flavour. _The Grand Budapest Hotel_ appears to be the most Wes Andersony film yet. Let’s watch!