Working within the framework of the lengthy Baggpod (I have to admit, I haven’t yet attentively listened to the entire thing) and the posting of the lists, I’d like to offer a few comments / observations. Can you reasonably extricate sci-fi from action? I would say it’s not possible (or more pertinent to our discussion, […]
It all started with a Friday email chain that ramped up with such ferocity that a challenge was proffered to name your Top 5 90s Action Movies. After lengthy debates JKrengel, AlainP, JimmyTV, and Baggs have come up with their lists. So come celebrate the days of yore when Bruce Willis still had hair, Keanu […]
Viewed in the theaters in 2D. Let’s be honest here, The Avengers was never meant to be a canonical cinematic masterpiece. Since it was first even hinted at it was always going to be one thing: spectacle. Throw some of today’s biggest actors (and one actress) into a pot, let simmer for an hour and […]
AP: JKrengel and I headed out to Burbank last Thursday to experience one of those nerd moments the Star Wars generation would have us believe were all gone. AMC Theaters hosted a daylong, six movie marathon of Marvel Studio’s recent slate of comic book films (Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, and Captain […]
Rushmore (1998), directed by Wes Anderson, Spine #65 of the Criterion Collection. What is quite noticeable about the characters of Rushmore is that they all act very childlike. Not like those innocent babies that still drool on themselves, but rather those teenagers that impulsively act and consequently pout if they do not get what they […]
JKrengel and Baggs take an in depth look at the final trailer for The Dark Knight Rises.
You miiiight have heard that this week Hollywood will take its largest swing ever at the comic book genre with the release of Marvel Studio’s superhero smorgasbord, The Avengers, under the direction of geek god Joss Whedon – who already blew away audiences and genres with Cabin in the Woods just a couple WEEKS ago. […]
If…. (1968), directed by Lindsay Anderson, Spine #391 of the Criterion Collection. I’ve always felt that school is an institution designed to suppress creativity and force conformity, with its purpose being to train workers. Ironically, one’s time at school can be the best time of one’s life because it is a chance to explore and […]