2015’s Jurassic World was…not a good film. Its sequel, Fallen Kingdom, is directed by J.A. Bayona with a script from Derek Connolly and the first film’s director, Colin Trevorrow. Does this film improve on the previous one or is it an even bigger disaster?Continue reading
In Episode 79, Doug and Dirty A welcome author Matt King back to the Podcast to discuss the latest film in the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic World. They also tackle the biggest current events in the world of Nerd Movie News. Be warned! There are rampant spoilers throughout the episode. Also, Doug seemed to be on a Namor kick as he continuously calls Indominus Rex (the new dino in Jurassic World), Imperius Rex. Please forgive him. Take a listen!Continue reading
The original Jurassic Park worked so well not only because of the dazzling dinosaur effects—which still hold up today—but because the film adapted a fantastic sci-fi thriller and had characters the audience cared about. Jurassic World…well, it has good looking dinosaurs at least.Continue reading
The Summer Movie Season is almost here, folks, so Doug and Dirty A deliver their take on some of the films heading to theaters over the next three months. First, though, they clean up some old business by FINALLY delivering their review of Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart in Get Hard. Take a listen!Continue reading
It’s that time of year again when the temperatures remind those in denial that maybe the Earth is getting hotter and everyone seeks shelter in the air-conditioned sanctuary that is the local multiplex. But what to watch once you’re there? Well, I’m here to clue you in on twenty-two of the films I’m most curious about this summer. Like with my Fall Preview last year, this will be a curtailed affair, so I won’t be slamming too many films as unwatchable, but in looking at the calendar, I don’t see many egregious offenders—for once. Maybe that means movies are getting better? But it’s probably more because Paul Blart 2 is a spring release.
As always, I’ll list the films in order by release date, but of course, those dates are always subject to change. 2015 is shaping up to be a movie year for the ages and it all begins with a minor indie release called:Continue reading