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Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In the lastest edition on Cinema in Noir, we will discuss Zoe Saldana's comments regarding the Michael B. Jordan/Human Torch controversy. The actress shows her support for Jordan and questions why white actors have be cast in black roles for years. We will also list the films we are most looking forward to this summer season. Lastly, we will discuss the Broadcast Television Journalist Assciations nominations for the 2015 Television Critics Awards.
It's still April but it's time to talk summer movies. Marvel's The Avengers Age of Ultron is coming out on May 1st. I've already got my ticket. So we'll definitely be talking about that one. But Avengers isn't the only big movie due out this summer. Arnold is back in Terminator Genysis, Ted 2 #LegalizeTed, The Ant Man and many more. Tune in and we'll talk about the best way to spend your movie budget this summer.
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Paul Blart Mall Cop 2, and give a preview of summer films.
Is there anything left to do with this Kevin James vehicle? It doesn't seem like there could be, but they made a movie anyway. We'll let you know if there's any point to catching this one.
We'll also give you the rundown on what's coming this summer... beyond just the obvious titles.
Join Kat and Josh as they hit on the most anticipated movies of the Summer! Let's talk about which movies are worth paying to go see, which might be worth holding off on for a BlueRay family movie nights, and why we're so hooked on sci-fi/fantasy and comic movies this Summer.
Renowned film critics A.J. Hakari and Mack Bates drop by to discuss the movie release schedule for Summer of 2015. Their goal? To help moviegoers pick the cream of the crop from over 85 summer releases. Mack, an Emmy winner, has contributed freelance articles to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine’s official film blog. A.J., the Mad Movie Man, writes film reviews for a number of sites including ReelTalk Movie Reviews, Review Express, Classic Movie Guide and Terror Tube. He is also the founder of CineSlice, his own popular movie blog. This should be another lively and fun episode for movie fans!
Among the films scheduled for release this summer, which ones are most eagerly anticipated and why? Some of the contenders are: Mr. Holmes, Jurassic World, Mad Max, Pitch Perfect 2, Tomorrowland, Minions, Spy, Live from New York, Insidious Chapter 3, Pan, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Ant-Man, Southpaw, Fantastic Four, Grandma, Master-Minds, Dark Places, Ricki and the Flash.
Title says it all. We're reviewing Avengers: Age of Ultron, Before I Wake, Hot Pursuit, Mad Max: Fury Road, Poltergeist, Tommorowland, Aloha, San Andreas, Entourage, Insidious; Chapter 3, Jurassic World, Ted 2, Terminator: Genisys, Ant-Man, Pixels, Mission Impossible: Tom Cruise is Short, The Fantastic Four, and more?
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
You sure get your bang for the buck with this one. Tom Cruise, as durable on screen as any movie star could be, and his team deliver an action packed espionage thriller that’s so eye popping you hardly notice you have no idea of why they’re really doing all that stuff.
Perhaps the funniest thing about this silly sequel is the shock and horror some are expressing in its wake. I’m not saying I didn’t cringe watching some of the stuff that happens in this movie; I’m also not saying I didn’t laugh out loud a few times, too.
Listen, there's dinosaurs, John Williams music and Star Lord. It'll either be good summer time fun, or a big heaping pile of dino droppings all over the magic that was the original. Starring trained velociraptors, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and some kids in peril. According to the tagline, "The Park is Open"... tune in Sunday, June 14 at 1:30 PM PST to find out whether or not we think it's worth a visit.
The Movie Geeks discuss the latest releases, including Spy and She's Funny That Way, and consider the career of Peter Bogdanovich, the unique voice of critic Pauline Kael, the annual 48 Hour Filmmaker Challenge, and the 20 greatest WTF endings in the history of movies.
Do you have to be high in order to laugh here? No, but for a whole lot of this movie it sure feels that way. It’s really too bad MacFarlane relies so much on the weed breaks he slots so often in this movie. Not only do they slow the fun, they feel repetitive and lazy. And, as we have seen in so much of his work, when MacFarlane tries, he really can deliver some very funny and, as is his signature, topically targeted stuff.
-Comic Con Trailers: Talking about the idea of studios not releasing exclusive content during future CC.
-Channing Tatum Leaving Gambit: Looking into the rumor of Tatum leaving the Gambit movie over dispute.
-Fantastic Four Preview:
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