Posts tagged Josh Gad
Welcome to the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast.
The Damned: Don’t You Wish We Were Dead
Top Five: Buddy Films
Undisputed Classic: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
1986 – Poltergeist 2, Cobra
Star Trek: Beyond
The Call Up
Welcome to the I Hate Critics Podcast. We watched two movies this week, Old Man Washington’s “The Equalizer,” and the family friendly “Box Trolls. “The Equalizer” over performed because it made more money than it’s worth and “The Box Trolls” under performed in that it was worth way more than it made.
This week Josh defends “Man on Fire” another Old Man Washington film. He loves the movies potential, Sean and I hate it because of it’s potential to be good.
In 1984 three some what small movies came out: “Heartbreakers,” Irreconcilable Differences,” “The Wild Life” which was written by Cameron Crowe
Big Hero 6
The Wedding Ringer
Pauly Shore Stands Alone
Honest Trailer – The Fault in Our Stars
Welcome to the I Hate Critics Podcast. This episode only one new movie came out and I don’t know why it came out so we had to scramble to fill time. Sean had been sitting on this idea of a Fantasy Movie Draft so we spend the first half of the podcast drafting movies for the fall and winter box office and award season, so be sure to check our Facebook page for results of that.
The movie that came out this week is called “The Identical” and it is perhaps one of the worst ideas I’ve ever heard. I don’t know how this movie was made let alone released…theatrically, but it was and you have to hear Sean praise this movie.
Because there was only one movie we doubled up on our segments and did a Does it Hold Up film with ‘Forrest Gump” and a Defend It film “Cabin Fever.” I (Bob) liked “Cabin Fever” but I was alone and we all despised “Forrest Gump”
Horrible Bosses 2
The Best of Me
Monsters: Dark Continent
Welcome to The I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast. This week we managed to go long. Hey, don’t get mad, we had a lot to talk about “I Frankenstein” came out and we wanted to, we had to talk about it. Speaking of hating critics, our resident critic kept calling Aaron Eckhart’s character Aaron as opposed to Adam (which is his name in the film)…so feel free to hate on him…although I think he’ll take great pleasure in your hatred, he’s a critic after all (Sorry Sean, just having fun).
“Nebraska” also came out nation wide and we spent a good deal of time talking about this film. Both Josh and Sean loved it. We were all happy to see it get recognized with an Oscar nomination. Finally Josh brought the foreign film “The Hunt” to the table. It sounds amazing but super frustrating. That said I think I need to see it. I saw three movies this week that we touch on, Kristen Bell’s “The Lifeguard,” Lake Bell’s “In a World” and Mark Ruffalo Bell’s “Thanks for Sharing.” I liked two of them and almost liked the third.
Our undisputed classic is “Blow-Up.” All three of us caught this one. I’ve been wanting to see this since I read Aerosmith’s Autobiography “Walk This Way.” Joe Perry mentioned that this was his favorite movie at one point in that book and I had been looking for it ever since. Now that everything is streaming I was able to find it and did I fall in love or what? I think all three of us fell in love with this film and it’s safe to say they don’t make them like this anymore.
This week in 1984 “Broadway Danny Rose” came out as well as “ “Slayground” and the Steve Martin classic “The Lonely Guy.”
Our trailers this week are:
“Welcome to the Jungle”