While we have two new theatrical reviews this week, the first review is mostly a Kurt monologue while with the second, it’s mostly Andrew’s mic and podium. I expect some disagreement from the peanut gallery in both cases. We talk a little bit about the upcoming summer films of 2017 and how our hope is reinvigorated for the blockbuster. Andrew is still playing some catch up with 2016 including more (yes, more!) Michael Shannon and the controversial personalities of Nate Parker and Mel Gibson. Kurt heads back to 1985 with Mickey Rourke for a couple of hours and is baffled that the bedlam on display was blocked from his memory. In a moment of fantasy speculation, we ponder the effects on the careers of Bruce Willis and Mickey Rourke had their roles been flip-flopped. We’ll be back next week with some of Godzilla’s ancestry in China and some sci-fi body horror from Gore Verbinski.
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Opening: :00 – 5:16
Toni Erdmann review: 5:16 – 52:25
John Wick Chapter Two: 52:26 – 1:18:13
Upcoming Blockbuster trailers: 1:18:14 – 1:21:17
The Watch List: 1:21:19 – 2:39:07
Next week/Outro: 2:39:09 – 2:44:00
Closing Music: 2:40:40 – 2:45:22
John Wick: Chapter 2
THE WATCH LIST:
– Frank and Lola
– The Birth of a Nation
– Hacksaw Ridge
– Year of the Dragon
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