Today’s Top 10 list took a look at the best examples of movies that focused on space exploration, and ranked them based on the size and severity of the pickles encountered. Since there is little drama in intergalactic missions that go off without a hitch, a vast majority of films that play around in this genre’s sandbox feature some kind of disaster, thus, there was no shortage of candidates.
This week, Eric and Trevan argue over Captain Philips while Trey talks about Blue Caprice. Then, they all come together to celebrate Alfonso Cuarón’s excellent Gravity.
The visuals, the cinematography, visual effects and sound design should garner your respect, but if you’re interested in more than just a rich visual buffet, Gravity can keep you busy pondering its many layers.
There is such detail in every frame that this is one movie you need to see in on the big screen to get the full effect.
The movie is so phenomenally average and uninspired, if you didn’t know it was behind the same people who did Bridesmaids you would assume it was done by a different, less talented group of people.
This week, Eric Melin is a no-show, while Trey and Trevan welcome Matt Lloyd to fill in for our air guitar king. We talk about The Heat, the new film from Paul Feig, starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. After that, Trey talks about the documentary Dirty Wars, a stirring documentary from Jeremy Scahill and Rick Rowley. If you [...]
‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ is supposed to be about a precocious little boy learning from his grief, but it comes out all wrong, despite the presence of Tom Hanks.
It’s not the idea behind Paul Haggis’ ‘Crash’ that’s so offensive, but it’s the way that that idea presented — as the ultimate argument settler.