In our fourth episode of the Married to the Movies Podcast, Darren (Dr. Sci-Fi) talks with his good friend Michael about his preview of the Muppet Movie.
Director Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Date Night) latest family fun flick Real Steel (2011) opens nationwide this Saturday the 7th. While at first glance the title Rock-em/Sock-em Robots comes to mind but based on his past success, especially in the family oriented films, I believe Real Steel
In our second episode of the Married to the Movies Podcast, Darren (Dr. Sci-Fi) and Maureen (Leading Lady) talk about the the boom of super hero and comic book movies over the past 12 years.
Here is a list of the films we discuss.
In our first episode of the Married to the Movie Podcast, Darren (Dr. Sci-Fi) and Maureen (Leading Lady) interview Darren’s father, Pastor John for his pastoral views on the Harry Potter franchise.
Tonight we faced a choice: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides or Thor. With the price of tickets being what it is, choosing a movie is something that must be done judiciously. We weighed the options. Thor had a shorter running time and, most importantly, a 78% fresh rating on RottenTomatoes.com. POTC 4, on the other hand,
Netflix delivered Scott Pilgrim vs. The World to our doorstep today. So after a long afternoon of intense spring cleaning, we grabbed dinner-to-go from The Hat (yum) and settled in to watch said film. And I gotta say–not a huge fan. The graphic novel/video game effects were entertaining. The overall editing/scripting/style took some getting used
Now I understand why they call it escapism. Last night, Dr. Sci-Fi and I saw Hop. We went to a local “cheap” theatre so we didn’t spend too much money on it–for which I am grateful. Hop is WEIRD. I expected it to be mind-numbingly dumb–which why we chose to see it–but I wasn’t expecting