Posts tagged Craig T Nelson
First Look at Wonder Woman Part 2
Incredibles 2 – Bob Parr (Mr. Incredible) is left to care for the kids while Helen (Elastigirl) is out saving the world.
Tag – A small group of former classmates organize an elaborate, annual game of tag that requires some to travel all over the country.
SuperFly – With his sights set on retiring, a successful young drug dealer sets up one last big deal.
SuperFly – The daily routine of cocaine dealer Priest who wants to score one more super deal and retire.
Top Five – Animated SuperHero Films
Bull Durham (Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins): A fan who has an affair with one minor-league baseball player each season meets an up-and-coming pitcher and the experienced catcher assigned to him.
The Great Outdoors (John Candy, Dan Aykroyd): A Chicago man’s hope for a peaceful family vacation in the woods is shattered when the annoying in-laws drop in.
Red Heat (Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jim Belushi, Walter Hill): A tough Russian policeman is forced to partner up with a cocky Chicago police detective when he is sent to Chicago to apprehend a Georgian drug lord who killed his partner and fled the country.
Waxwork (Zach Galligan, Deborah Foreman, David Warner): A wax museum owner uses his horror exhibits to unleash evil on the world.
Next Week: Jurassic World, Cujo, Top Five Animals that are Monsters.
Deadpool 2 – Trailer
I Feel Pretty – Trailer
Venom – Teaser
Fifty Shades Freed – Anastasia and Christian get married, but Jack Hyde continues to threaten their relationship.
Peter Rabbit – Feature adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s classic tale of a rebellious rabbit trying to sneak into a farmer’s vegetable garden.
The 15:17 to Paris – Three Americans discover a terrorist plot aboard a train while in France.
The Ballad of Lefty Brown – A thrilling and action-packed Western, The Ballad of Lefty Brown is a story about loyalty, friendship, and the relentless pursuit of justice.
Becks – After a crushing breakup with her girlfriend, a Brooklyn musician moves back in with her Midwestern mother. As she navigates her hometown, playing for tip money in an old friend’s bar, an unexpected relationship begins to take shape. Based on the life and times of Allyssa Robbins, my cousin.
Play Misty For Me – A brief fling between a male disc jockey and an obsessed female fan takes a frightening, and perhaps even deadly turn when another woman enters the picture.
Top Five – Movie Rabbits
Action Jackson – Vengence drives a tough Detroit cop to stay on the trail of a power hungry auto magnate who’s systematically eliminating his competition.
Satisfaction – A group of teenagers have a band, Mystery, with Jennie as the lead singer. They go to a bar at the coast and play during the summer. Jennie falls in love with the owner of the bar, Martin. They get an offer to play in Europe and perhaps become famous. But are they ready for it?
School Daze – A not so popular young man wants to pledge to a popular fraternity at his historically black college.
Shoot to Kill – An FBI agent teams up with a tracker to pursue a murderer after he vanishes into the mountains and infiltrates a hiking group.
“Tomorrowland” came out this week and while successful wasn’t quite the box office juggernaut I was hoping for. The movie itself has a lot of promise but just falls short. Older kids to teenagers may enjoy the movie more so than adults, but it’s an incomplete movie that’s easy to pull a part. From a Madding Crowd nearly puts the podcast to sleep.
The remake of “The Poltergeist” came out this week as well and is one of the worst remakes thus far. They more or less just took the name and put it on a low rank modern PG-13 horror film. They tried to hard to be different from the original while not being original if that makes sense. It was more or less a money grab all around.
We asked our audience their top five 80’s Horror films of all time. “The Thing,” “The Shining,” “The Poltergiest,” “Evil Dead 1 & 2,” and “Nightmare on Elm Street” led the way while “They Live,” “Cannibal Holocaust,” “The Gate,” “Cujo” and “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer” were mentioned as well.
Our Undisputed Classic was “The Poltergeist.” All three of us really enjoyed the movie. It’s definitely a classic. We debate the PG rating and whether Tobe Hooper gets enough credit for this classic.
1985 – Brewster’s Millions, A View to Kill
We Are Your Friends
Jupiter Ascending Honest Trailer