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Join Marucs Blake, Brendan Smith, and TacheT on That Nerd Show at 10pm cst. Listen @ thatnerdshow.com. WE ARE GOING TO DO THIS SHOW AGAIN! Tonight we are talking about the Spartacus Season Finale and our final thoughts on this great show! We will be giving our review of Oblivion, the new Tom Cruise Sci-Fi Thriller and also be talking about whether Tom Cruise actually makes good movies even though he's crazy! Listen to the show tonight!
Join Marucs Blake, Brendan Smith, and TacheT on That Nerd Show at 10pm cst. Listen @ thatnerdshow.com. Tonight we are talking about the Spartacus Season Finale and our final thoughts on this great show! We will be giving our review of Oblivion, the new Tom Cruise Sci-Fi Thriller and also be talking about whether Tom Cruise actually makes good movies even though he's crazy! Listen to the show tonight!
C Fox is back and talking movies with you as he reviews the Tom Cruise Sci-Fi action piece "Edge Of Tomorrow" also starring Emily Blunt, Brendan Gleeson, Bill Paxton, Jonas Armstrong, Tony Way and directed by Doug Liman.Cruise plays Major Cage, a Marine Crops major who is in PR during an invasion of an alien race called the Mimics. He ends up being busted down to the rank of private and sent to the front lines at Verdun where he is killed but infected with the alien blood which allows him to start every day over after his death, justlike the Mimics. He meets rita (Blunt), the United Forces most decorated soldier on the battlefield and learns that she also knows the secret to beating the Mimics and that Cage is the humans only hope against total annihilation.
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard review Edge of Tomorrow. We'll let you know if you need to get to this one, share some interview clips, and answer listener questions.
Can Tom Cruise pull off Sci-Fi twice in a row? We were big fans of Oblivion, and this one has the extra bonus of being directed by Doug Liman.
It ought to be a recipe for success, but does it work out?
We will also be giving away the Blu-Ray of this one. Tune in now, have the Blu-Ray show up at your door when released!
Starting into a summer that promises to be one of the best in recent memory for science fiction/fantasy, Swords and Space covers the recent releases of Gareth Edwards' latest incarnation of Godzilla and the Tom Cruise war film Edge of Tomorrow. Hosts Nicholas and Richard Wansbutter will be joined by guest Brian Pauls (who previously appeared on our Prometheus.
We also talk about the Heinlein classic, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress as a bonus. A classic of science fiction, if you've not read it before this discussion should inspire you to pick it up.
Get ready for a show of extremes as Cinema Royale is joined by Christopher Bumbray of Joblo.com to talk Tom Cruise's action-packed Edge of Tomorrow! Then get the Kleenex ready and prepare to wallow in some tears for Shailene Woodley's heart-wrenching cancer drama, The Fault In Our Stars.
Plus, Words & Pictures director Fred Schepisi stops by to talk about his upcoming rom-com starring Juliette Binoche and Clive Owen.
The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including Edge of Tomorrow and The Fault in Our Stars, and discuss the box office standing of Tom Cruise, the resurgance of the teen drama, and the most overated actors of all time.
Plus, new contributor Adam Long reveals the latest blu-ray releases for the month of June.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review three new films. First, we'll review the new Tom Cruise movie Edge of Tomorrow. Then, we'll Shailene Woodley's new vehicle The Fault in Our Stars. At the end, we'll review Jenny Slate's new movie Obvious Child.
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"The Edge of Tomorrow" is a new science fiction action film starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. In the film, Earth is in the middle of a war with alien invaders. William Cage (played by Cruise) is a spokesman and officer in the U.S. military. However, when he refuses to obey an order, he is stripped of his rank. Cage, who has been sent to a squad with a bunch of misfits, is thrust into the dangerous conflict as earth's military forces launch a D-Day style counterattack against the invading alien army.
Cage dies in the battle and the human army is defeated.
However, Cage awakens again and finds himself at the beginning of the day before the counterattack. Knowing what will happen the next day, Cage tries to warn everyone that the aliens have anticipated the counterattack and will crush the human army when it advances. However, the army is sent on the mission again, Cage is killed, and the humans are defeated. This "loop" happens several times with Cage repeatedly dying and waking up on the day before the counterattack. However, each time before he dies, Cage is able to learn valuable information about the tactics of the enemy. Each time he is sent into battle, he uses what he has learned to help the human army fare better against the aliens until they eventually come out victorious and Cage is instrumental in bringing down the enemy.
Wouldn't it be great if life worked that way -- if we constantly got the chance to relive our lives, learning from the mistakes of the past, and getting better with every successive existence?
Unfortunately, though, the adage is true -- you only live once. And you only die once too. In fact, the Bible says, "It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment." No, when it comes to life, we don't get do-overs. We don't perpetually exist on the edge of tomorrow, but on the edge of eternity.
MUSICAL SELECTION: "Eternity" by Disciple
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Edge of Tomorrow! Is it just another generic Tom Cruise flick, or is it something altogether different? Does it mark the beginning of a major comeback for Tom Cruise? Could it be this generation’s answer to The Matrix? Might it even be this summer’s best kept secret? Is it truly as smart as some reviews are letting on? Does a sci-fi actioner such as this truly have any mass appeal? Will gamers and hardcore genre fans relate to it more than the average movie goer?
We’ll also be reviewing 22 Jump Street! Is it as funny as the original? Is it just another tired retread in the vein of Ghostbusters 2 and Another 48 hours? Does it manage to avoid the curse that befalls just about every comedy sequel ever made? Do the Jump Street films offer Ice Cube the perfect chance to subvert the persona he’s cultivated throughout his rap career? Is he the perfect parody of the proverbial “Angry Black Boss”?
We’ll also be having a belated 30th anniversary celebration for Ghostbusters! Does it still hold up after all these years? Is it the most inspired and unique comedy of its era? Might it also be the most endearing? Can it be considered the single greatest achievement in the filmographies of all involved? Is its brand of humor more layered and subtle than even its biggest fans realize? Does it offer Bill Murray’s single best comedy performance? Would Eddie Murphy have been woefully miscast as Winston Zeddmore? Should a third Ghostbusters film even be made? Would such an endeavor be in poor taste now that Harold Ramis has passed on?
Join Host Virginia S Grenier on the Wed. July 23rd for Blog Talk Radio's Featured World of Ink Network show What is Success where she will talk with guests, share tips and talk about the film and publishing industry.
This month's guest is Author Tom Garrison, who for 15 years had a “career” (along with a full time job editing a political science journal) as a socialist in Santa Barbara, CA. Since then he now puts his mind to work writing opinion and hiking/travel essays for the local newspaper, The Spectrum and the Salt Lake Tribune in Southern Utah.
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