Opens: November 4, 2016
Kevin says Doctor Strange kinda rocks!
This Week: Kevin breathes a death rattle of relief as the Hunger Games finally comes to an end after dragging out the end of its once-promising franchise. He also reviews the other new films, including Secret in Their Eyes, The Night Before, Spotlight and The Hallow. But first, he talks about news items, including Jesse Eisenberg ripping off Shia LaBeouf’s plagiarized content, Rhonda Rousey hopefully no longer being courted by action movies, and Mystery-Science Theater 3000 making a return. Later in the show, he answers a listener’s voicemail about Star Wars and offers some box office insight and home cinema recommendations.
This Week: Kevin begins the show with a Fat Guys Sound-Off about overzealous political causes that devour their allies and how it relates to 80s cinema. After getting a little excited about the trailer for Spectre, Kevin then launches into the reviews of Pixels, Southpaw, Paper Towns, Testament of Youth and A Murder in the Park. Later in the show, Kevin gives his low-down on the box office as well as his DVD recommendations before sending you on your merry way.
This Week: Kevin looks at the disasters in the theaters this weekend, including the disaster film San Andreas and the disastrous film Aloha. He also takes a look at Time Lapse and the documentaries Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World and The Seven Five. He also offers some keen insight into the plight of original movies in the cinemas and later fills in some gaps in the box office and the world-famous DVD Round-Up!
This Week: Kevin and Kristin gracefully move into the bizarre mix of would-be award films and massive blockbusters. They talk some news, including some cool developments on the Marvel side of Disney as well as rude astronaut hecklers and the demise of Blockbuster Video. Then they move onto the reviews of Thor: The Dark World, About Time and 12 Years a Slave. Finally, they answer a listener email and move on to box office and DVD recommendations.
This Week: Kevin and Kristin get ready for a trek into darkness as they discuss the latest film in the ever-growing Star Trek franchise. But first, Kevin declares legitimate victory in his box office prediction and then declares legitimate victory over Tyler Perry’s belly. They chat briefly about some movie news and later answer a listener voicemail about the demigod status of J.J. Abrams. In the middle of the show, Kevin and Kristin spend some time talking about movies in limited release, and eventually they lay down their favorite selections of DVDs and Blu-rays for the week.
SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS
***1/2 (out of 5)
December 16, 2011
Robert Downey Jr. as SHERLOCK HOLMES
Jude Law as DR. JOHN WATSON
Noomi Rapace as MADAM SIMZA HERON
Rachel McAdams as IRENE ADLER
Jared Harris as PROFESSOR JAMES MORIARTY
Directed by: Guy Ritchie
Opens: December 16, 2011
Studio: Warner Bros.
Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Rachel McAdams, Mark Strong and Eddie Marsan
Directed by: Guy Ritchie
Kevin says Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows ROCKS!