Episode 98: Love it Or Hate it

Love it Or Hate it

What a wide range of opinions there are on this episode! On the one end of the spectrum you’ve got a 5 star review, and on the other end you’ve got 1/2 star review. Then you’ve got one of the guys who thinks the truth probably lies somewhere just shy of the middle, and another guy who thinks it may lie a bit above the middle. This obviously makes for some interested discussion as you would expect. Also on the docket, ‘Star Wars VII’ supposed plot details, the ‘Kite’ trailer starring Samuel L. Jackson, the trailer for the ‘12 Monkeys’ TV series, some details about ‘Heroes Reborn’, and Kevin Feige speaking well of ‘D.C. Comics’.

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  • Suposed ‘Star Wars VII’ Plot Details

    You’ll have to click through for the details, I’m not going to post the spoilers here

  • Spoiler Alert! The Idiot’s Guy to SPOILERS!

    Spoilers is something we who like movies and books and things think about almost as part of our thought processes.

  • ‘Kite’ Trailer Starring Samuel L. Jackson

    Back in January, I posted about this interesting looking film coming up starring Samuel L. Jackson. It’s based on an anime film from 1998 and looks extremely violent and gritty. And yet, despite that, I feel like there might be something here.

  • ‘Kite’ - 9 Minutes Worth of Trailer and Clips

    I haven’t heard of this film before now, but after watching I’m actually a little intersted.

  • Trailer for ‘12 Monkeys’ TV Series — A Complete Reimagining

    I really didn’t like the film Twelve Monkeys starring Bruce Willis. So color me a little bit skeptical about this TV series.

  • A Few Details About ‘Heroes Reborn’

    Despite the reboot premiering sometime next year according to plan, Kring was still pretty vague on details. “It takes place in a post-season 4 universe,” he said. “So it will tie into some of the ideas that were left dangling.”

  • Kevin Feige Proves His Classiness in Speaking of D.C.

    “I don’t think it is quite far to say DC is finally getting their act together. ‘The Dark Knight’ movies were rather successful and genre-defining, they altered the genre in big ways.”

  • Edwin Catmull

    Edwin Earl "Ed" Catmull, PhD[1] (born March 31, 1945) is a computer scientist and current president of Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios, DisneyToon Studios.[3][4][5] As a computer scientist, Catmull has contributed to many important developments in computer graphics.[6][7]

  • Snowpiercer — IMDb

    Set in a future where a failed climate-change experiment kills all life on the planet except for a lucky few who boarded the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe, where a class system emerges.

  • Snowpiercer — Rotten Tomatoes

    Snowpiercer offers an audaciously ambitious action spectacular for filmgoers numb to effects-driven blockbusters.

  • Snowpiercer — Box Office Mojo

    Domestic Total as of Jul. 20, 2014: $3,454,248
    Distributor: Radius-TWC Release Date: June 27, 2014
    Genre: Sci-Fi Action Runtime: 2 hrs. 6 min.
    MPAA Rating: R Production Budget: N/A