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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Best War Scenes In Non War Movies Talk

Sean and Chris start to take on the Podcast world by bringing back the original format of Talking Through The Movie.

This is War Scenes in Non War films

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Rouge One A Star Wars Story SPOILER Review

The funny thing about Terkin was how he just straight Neganed the hell out of Krennic for the Death Star. I'm debating which movie I love the most. If you have a friend who you're trying to get into star wars, here's the order I suggest.

1. Rouge One
2. New Hope
3. Empire Strikes Back
4. Phantom Menance (flashback time)
5. The Clone Wars
6. Revenge Of The Sith
7. Return Of The Jedi
8. The Force Awakens

This was a great film, for my review please click on my YouTube channel.

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Don't Breathe Makes A Second Appearance At Number One

With Don’t Breathe hitting number one two weeks in a row, what does this mean for the horror genre?

This has been a great year for horror films. Not since the late 80’s and early 90’s with the Revolution of the campy slasher flix have we seen this type of motivation. The horror genre is not nor has it ever died. This is not a resurrection but yet a energization. Now horror is being taken more seriously by producers and quality of writing and direction have amped up. Not that we have to have to self Oscar actors in these films, yet we are going low budget, great execution and pulling in an outstanding haul of gross profits. The audience over all is happy. In the months before we reach this year’s Halloween people are enjoying themselves in the genre.

The Conjuring 2, with a forty million dollar budget was able to bring in over three hundred million dollars worldwide. The film is set for another spin off and sequel. We’ve found a new franchise to replace Paranormal Activity. Lights Out was impactful in many ways. The main way was that it was based on a video short that was adapted to an original screen play from the same developers. On a budget of less than five million dollars, Lights Out grossed over a hundred and twenty.

Upcoming films like When the Bough Breaks and Boo! A Madea Halloween, set to attract a different type of audience, its apparent, to me, that horror is all the rave this year and for the years to come. I myself will be checking out a suggested film by the Queen of Collider, Perry Nemiroff called Nina Forever. A film about a man who loses his girlfriend, that then sees her reappear in his bed every time he tries to become intimate with his new girlfriend.

The Blair Witch is returning to theaters and expected to also hit hard with audiences. This is particularly a great time to be a horror film fan. Sit back enjoy the scares and prepare yourself for more.

Friday, September 2, 2016

Morgan Movie A Must See

Prepare yourself for the Morgan Movie Review!

The performances by the cast did some amazing work. This was a well cast movie. I was pretty shocked. I never saw Kate Mara as an action type, I've seen Fantastic Four, now lets forget about that. If she's trying to say she should have been Black Widow in the Marvel movies, this gave us a good argument. This movie followed the same plot points as Species and Splice. You have your science lab in a remote place then your character played by Mara visits. she seems like an HR rep but it shows she's more than that.

Morgan is an enhanced human, quarantined in a similar landscape like the film Ex Machana. This was a great thriller that makes you uncomfortable for the Morgan girl, makes you feel sorry for her. Then things happen to make you say, "What is this thing?" As weird things start to happen. Any time you have scientist playing God, there's no way people will survive. Morgan is stronger smarter, almost a genius. Yet, she's still childish, she looks like a 17-20 year old but she throws tantrums like a 5 year old. A bad combination as always.

This movie makes you see Mara in a whole new light.

There's more to be seen in my spoilers review of this movie.

See the video on our site. Comment. Will you see this movie? Why isn't it getting the buzz as I feel it should. I already liked it more than Splice. Not quite Species, but I see franchise, if this movie makes a certain amount of money. Kate Mara can be something incredible. If a sequel comes from this, they'll defiantly name it from Mara's character. Why, you ask? See the damn movie.

Narcos Season 2 Premiere The Binging Begins Again

I'm sitting in my living room. Its 2:13 am CST. I've already begun the episode as Escobar walks to freedom. I'm excited to be bingeing again. This show just like the last few that have premiered is one of Netflix's diamonds in the rough. Once I've completed my binge I'll do a video recap. We will talk spoilers.

Prepare Yourselves Bingers!

This weekend belongs to us.

I see the Escobar as the Tony Soprano of the streaming world. The only difference is Escobar was a real dude. Still, feels appropriate.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Who Should Be Cast As Marty & Doc In A Possible Back To The Future Remake?

I'll keep it on just one character. My top to picks for Doc Brown would be Bill Murray and Jeff Goldblum. I feel that Bill Murray has the comedic chops to bring a new dynamic to the character. Also the fact that he's played a scientist on screen so many times would bring in a proper sense of nostalgia. Murray is a legend, the Icon of comedic Icons. Since we didn't get the proper Ghostbusters, this would be something interesting to look into. No matter who they pick for Marty it won't work as well. It won't feel right. Apples to Apples, Michael J. Fox just has a certain type of charisma that no one has yet matched. It was brilliant to put him in the movie.
Now on to Jeff Goldblum, come on, you know this is brilliant. Close your eyes, visualize Jeff giving that famous, "Life Finds A Way" line in Jurrassic Park. Now imagine him saying "Oh my God, they found me. I don't know how but they found me." OMGoodness! That would be epic. Looking at his performance in Independence Day is more than enough test footage. He's the right amount of twitchy and gives brilliant reads in everything he does.
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P.S. If they go female for Marty McFly, like a Martha McFly, They'll defiantly pick Chloe Moretz

Sunday, August 7, 2016

I .T. Official Trailer 2016 REACTION

I haven't seen the movie in a long time but the moment I saw this trailer all I could think of was Fear staring Mark Walberg. I don't have any expectations for this film. It seems to be just like the typical stalker film. I was not really entertained. Seems to a film that should go straight to Netflix. I won't waist more words on this trailer. Other than it seems to have told the whole story the moment the trailer indicated that Brosnan was the hero.

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Saturday, August 6, 2016


I enjoyed the DC Cinematic Universe in this order:
  1. Batman VS Superman: Ultimate Edition
  2. Man of Steel
  3. Suicide Squad
  4. Batman VS Superman: Theatricals Version
The villain was the weakest point of this film. I loved Enchantress, except for the dance scene, her brother on the other hand was a very weak villain. Almost no point to have him until the very end of the film. I wish they would have focused more on smaller missions to have more moments with the Squad to grow as a team. 

I felt that the pasting was all over the place. The music unsed in the film was offputing though I loved the songs. It was weird. 
The Joker was great but there wasn't enough of him for my taste. Harley was pitch perfect and as was Diablo and Deadshot. It just felt as though the movie as a whole was struggling to find its identity. Comedy/Action

It kept going back and forth. Also the best jokes were in the trailer. It would've been best for them to hold back. Focus on the action and saved one punch line for the debut. 

A great moment was The Flash cameo. But even then it was just a mind boggele. Is this film set before Justice League why does The Flash have his suite? I'm sure they'll later tell us that the event is set in the middle of Suicide Squad, which wouldn't make sense because at the lease Flash would have and probably should have helped in the end.

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Thursday, August 4, 2016

Proof Critics Are Bias For Marvel Over DC Movies?

You've seen it and hated them. You've seen it and loved them. Movies have had their ups and downs. Usually we give them a fair shake. Today we're so ready for war, we're ready to defend a genre or particular cinematic universe from harsh criticism before confirming if we agree with the assessment.

We're rooting for a films success but attach people who have a bad reaction to it. Its like telling a person who is sewing a restaurant for food poisoning, saying they don't know what their talking about and the victim is bias for other food places. This before the angry party has even tried the food or the restaurant themselves. It just makes no sense.

Yes critics are bias. The definition is rooted in the opinion of the individual. Your reaction or opinion to a movie is all your own, it belongs to no one else. So by the term, a opinion is always bias. But what the fanboys are saying is that the bias isn't for their own opinion its a preemptive bias that is prejudice against the competition. DC comics/Warner Brothers cinematic universe has its ups and downs. Since the Man of Steel to Batman VS Superman. Suicide Squad was to be the first complete hit. But when mix reviews came in from advance screenings and Rotten Tomatoes gives it an extremely bad score. Fanboys petition the site be such down.

This argument will go nowhere. If DC fanboys want to call bias by pointing a light to their own, this argument will go nowhere. Because I'm sure those guys are going to see Marvel films. I believe Marvel fanboys are seeing the DC films. Its the regular viewer they should be worried about. A small number may be influenced by bad reviews but the majority will more likely be

Michael Steel said it best just a moment ago on MSNBC regarding the election polls but I think it fits. Its the focus on the crowd in front of you (fellow DC fanboys) instead of the crowd we should be watching (regular movie goers) with the crowd that's in front of you. We feel that a movie is great because we loved it along side of our pocket of like minded fellow fanboy friends and we think that represents the whole world. It doesn't. Majority of viewers aren't reading comic books and learning about the Squad for the first time. This was the same risk Marvel had with the Guardians.

What fans are upset about is that Marvel has had time to build trust. Movies that should have been a failure, Ironman, Antman, Guardians, Captain America and Thor, were hits. and the ones that were not so well received, Ironman 2 & Thor 2 still gives Marvel a history of success over "failure". DC is just establishing their universe and both films were met with rocky starts. Not because the film was bad, that is a subjective opinion person-to-person. The problem is that Marvel had the benifit of lower expectations from fans and films like The Dark Knight (Warners) and the Avengers raising fans standards and expectations. Now that DC is starting out after those expectations have been raised they're being looked at to meet the criteria.

The uproar would imply that Marvel film makers are not equally being criticized with the same expectations. Kevin Fiege helped create the standard, so he has learned a great understanding of what the quality of his films should meet. And he does it more often than not. DC has not done this quite as well in my opinion. Though I liked all the movies so far, little things like Superman killed and the Martha/Editing stuff was uproars that DC fanboys complained about more than Marvel, in my opinion. Because they thought the films weren't being handled correctly. But now we're attacking critics. You can't call yourself a fan who's only giving constructive criticism and say that Critics are bias. Rotten Tomatoes algorithm doesn't measure constructive criticism. Okay, relax guys. What we get is what we get. Enjoy the film, if you like it spread the word. Sometimes the critics are judging on all aspects that we're not looking at. Like Lighting and editing. Sometimes us fans just want to see something explode and when it does we give it a 10 out of 10.

We must do and expect better of ourselves.

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Saturday, July 23, 2016

Sofia Boutella Performance As Jaylah In Star Trek Beyond

Sofia Takes Us Beyond

Its no secret that I loved the third Star Trek film. I believe it is the best of the trilogy. According to sources, the franchise is green lit for four more films. Sofia Boutella's character Jaylah is easily a throw away character but I hope she joins the team officially. Sofia brought magic to this character as she brought magic to Kingsmen movie. 

Both situations, I had low expectations and both times I was blown away, mostly from what she brought to the situation. I don't know why she is such a mesmerizing person. I have yet to look into the rest of her career, I don't know of her personal life. But the energy and charisma she brings to the screen is something I see as nothing but extraordinary. 

The character Jaylah was instantly lovable, an ass kicker and a scene stiller. She's like instant gravity. Not just because of her looks, she's obviously an attractive woman, but what makes her attractive is her energy. Even the quiet riot she brought to Kingsmen, it was a show stopping performance and now I'm worried because with her upcoming films, like The Mummy, I'm totally aware of her now and will have the bar set up high. If she stays on this path, I'll look for her to take her career to the next level. 
Dare I say Oscar?

I see the potential for greatness in her acting. I don't know what it is but she's going to bring home the gold in my eyes. Someone needs to take a chance on her with a drama. I feel she would just kill it. 

Till then. Go see Star Trek Beyond, beside her great performance the rest of the film is amazing. It is totally re-watchable, more so than the first two were and I liked the first two. Instant classic. With a class act of a cast.

Monday, July 18, 2016

My Daughter Will Be Daddy's Little Monster

I Love This T-Shirt

When I saw Harley Quinn rocking this shirt in the Suicide Squad trailer, I wanted it for my little girl. My baby daughter Cassidy Elise Fagan. She is the love of my life and my little angel. I will be front row and battle rattle to see this amazing movie. I think it will be a true epic event. Minus the psychotic behavior, I want my daughter to be just like Dr. Quinn. I'd be her Mr. J and she will always have my back just like I have her's. She is the one true woman I will make sure will always be safe and well protected. I love my little baby girl. She is my little monster and a shining star. Love you baby.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Ghostubers 2016 Is The Cartoon The Real Ghostbusters Come To Life

With no expectations, I walked in to a movie theater and walked out generally entertained. I had fun up to the third act where it just became a way to sell 3D movies to the world. It just turned a bad corner where the only point was the jam as much CG it could handle. There was so much fun to be had with this film. The scenes I felt I would be disappointed in, I turned around a huge belly laugh and the ones I was hopeful for, I was just whelmed. 

There seems to be a weird clash of fans that believe that the more this movie is loved the more copies of the originals will erase from the DVD's, VHS's and Digital downloads from the hearts and minds of film fans. I don't see this as a proper sequel, nor reboot or remaking of the original films. Even though we have cameos. Some that were spot on perfect, others that were a few stinkers, I see this as a film adaptation of the cartoon The Real Ghostbusters. Hell, maybe more of a film adaptation of Slimer and The Real Ghostbusters. 

I feel like if it spawns a sequel, they'll need to add a few men in the team. Allow it to grow and use more villains from the cartoon. Sony should make an announcement and tell the world "We were just kidding guys, this is a adaptation of the cartoon, not the movie". The boogieman should be the villain of the sequel. SPOILERS!!! Kristen Wiig's character tells a creepy story of why she believes in ghosts, saying she had a mean old lady neighbor who lived across the street and died. For thirty days every night would appear at the foot of her bed and would just stare at her while she tried to sleep. No one ever believed her. This story freaked me out a little and I think it deserves a look into it. 

Something I hated about the film was the third act where it just got silly and the villain became ever more lamer. I couldn't wait for the threat to be over and the focus back on the team. The relationship between the Ghostbusters was the best parts of the movie. Kate McKinnon was the best part of the movie as was Leslie Jones. You'll enjoy yourself.

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Here is what Brad Brevet from Rottom Tomatoes had to say about the Weekend Preview.

Can 'Ghostbusters' Scare Up a $50M Opening?

by Brad Brevet

July 14, 2016

This weekend Sony's Ghostbusters hits theaters amid a flurry of headlines such as being named the film with the most disliked movie trailer in YouTube history to Sony chief Tom Rothman responding to the negative online response by telling The Hollywood Reporter, "It's the greatest thing that ever happened. Are you kidding me? We're in the national debate, thank you. Can we please get some more haters to say stupid things?" As a result, awareness certainly seems high, but how that awareness translates to box office is the big question. There's always the old saying, "There's no such thing as bad press"... right?
Back in 2015 online furor called Mad Max: Fury Road "feminist drivel filth". Ultimately the uproar didn't have a noticeable impact on Fury Road's box office performance as it opened with $45 million, grossed over $150 million domestically and over $375 million worldwide on a $150 million budget. The comparison may end up eerily similar for Ghostbusters given the film's $144 million budget and its expected opening weekend.
In attempting to forecast that opening weekend, sorting the signal from the noise is a near impossibility. One might be tempted to put stock in Ghostbusters' more than 2.9 million Facebook fans. Trouble is, that page wasn't focused on the reboot until around May 2015 and even as of November 2015 it still featured the cast of the originalGhostbusters film in its "About" section at a time when it had already amassed nearly 2.4 million fans.
A study of traffic data is also tough to go by over the past few days. The results could very easily be skewed as a result of headlines focused on alleged ballot-stuffing suggesting a small group of IMDb users were attempting to intentionally lower the film's user score. For some perspective, the film's IMDb user rating currently stands at 4.1/10 with over 14,000 votes, 50% of which score the film 1/10. Only one-third of the film's grades have come from outside the United States and so far the only territory that has released the film is the UK, and that was on July 11.
Information that can be considered a little more closely includes the 74% rating on RottenTomatoes forGhostbusters, which has held relatively steady over the past few days. Also, reports the film is the online ticket retailer's top pre-selling live-action comedy of the year so far. The film is outselling comparable titles including Central Intelligence and Ride Along 2, both of which opened over $35 million, and is looking to become director Paul Feig and star Melissa McCarthy's top preseller on Fandango, suggesting an opening above 2013's The Heat ($39.1m).
In terms of a prediction, Sony is going conservative, anticipating a $38-40 million opening for the film. Given the pre-sale information alone, that forecast looks like a bare minimum as an opening closer to $45-50 million seems like a reasonable opening weekend range. While that would give the film the largest opening for a live action comedy this year, topping Central Intelligence's $35.5 million opening last month, the size of the budget and the fact this is being looked at as a franchise starter means it's going to want a multiplier similar to the 4.78 average multiplier Feig's last three films have delivered.
We'll also be keeping a close eye on the film's international performance, especially since it was just revealed it will not be released in China, partly as a result of China's official censorship guidelines prohibiting movies that "promote cults or superstition". However, the film has already hit theaters in the UK and will also be released in Australia, Brazil and a few smaller territories this weekend. It will expand its international footprint over the weeks to come.
Targeting a first place finish once again, Illumination and Universal's The Secret Life of Pets is likely to drop around 46-48% for a second weekend around $54 million. Pets is playing somewhat similarly to Inside Out, which dropped 42% in its second weekend, but given the massive, $104.3 million opening for Pets, a bit of a larger drop than Inside Out experienced is to be expected.
The weekend's other new wide release is Broad Green's The Infiltrator, which opened on Wednesday in 1,600 theaters and brought in $773,761. Reviews have been somewhat mixed with the film currently hovering just above that rotten/fresh line with a 62% rating on RottenTomatoes as a weekend around $4 million seems like a safe expectation.
In limited release a couple markets will get a double dose of Kristen Stewart this weekend with the limited release of Woody Allen's latest film, Cafe Society, into five theaters and A24 releasing Drake Doremus'sEquals into two theaters following the film's DirecTV debut.
Finally, the political climate heats up in theaters as well as on the campaign trailer with Quality Flix releasingDinesh D'Souza's Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party into three theaters this weekend followed by a nationwide expansion into 1,200+ theaters next weekend, just after the Republican National Convention has wrapped up.
This weekend's forecast is directly below. This post will be updated on Friday morning with Thursday night preview results followed by Friday estimates on Saturday morning, and a complete weekend recap on Sunday morning.
  • The Secret Life of Pets (4,382 theaters) - $54.3 M
  • Ghostbusters (2016) (3,963 theaters) - $46 M
  • Finding Dory (3,536 theaters) - $11.4 M
  • The Legend of Tarzan (3,551 theaters) - $10.9 M
  • Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (3,008 theaters) - $7.5 M
  • The Purge: Election Year (2,670 theaters) - $6.6 M
  • Central Intelligence (2,381 theaters) - $4.3 M
  • The Infiltrator (1,600 theaters) - $4.1 M
  • The BFG (2,182 theaters) - $4.1 M
  • Independence Day: Resurgence (2,290 theaters) - $3.9 M

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Lights Out Movie Review

What's in the closet, what's under the bed. We've asked ourselves these questions before we really understood where they come from. This movie ironically sheds light on those feelings we have. The fear of the dark. When we hear a sound, that could just be the house settling, we turn it into the house settling to come to life and destroy us. From birth we create an alternative universe where the darkness is a living breathing creature that will someday claim our souls. Then comes this movie, which is quite a great piece of work. It did have a few jump scares that were in very effective places. You'll get tense you'll be drawn in the the darkness. The atmosphere of this film is like gravity that draws you into its deep dark secrets. The mystery behind the monster wasn't as original as it could have been but it pulls from the deepest secrets of the dark. 

The acting from the little brother wasn't great, though you feel scared for him and want him to get away. His performance kept taking me out of the movie. He reminded me too much of the son from The Ring. Though I see potential, he's a much better actor that a lot of people out there. I just think this directed didn't get what he could have from this boy. The best performances were from Teresa Palmer and Maria Bello. I was also happy to see that the movie would open with the actress from the YouTube video that started this whole thing, Lota Losten, was brought in to set the tone of this film.

Over all I was very happy with the movie, I give it 3.5 out of 5. Check it out.

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Monday, July 4, 2016

Would It Be Better For Sony To Have Rebooted The Real Ghostbusters Cartoon

I believe that Sony missed a better opportunity to reboot the correct franchise. I never watched the cartoon Ghostbusters Extreme but I saw enough to know that it would have been best to continue the movies with this concept. With the upcoming reboot of Ghostbusters a lot of fans are up in arms about the direction the movie is going. Most think an all female cast is to blame but with them being as funny as they are in their own right.

I see it more to the failure of the marketing. Having a mixed group of youngsters as you got from the cartoon was the best course of action.  I'm looking forward to the movie but I'm still keeping my expectations low.

I came across a picture of Egon Spangler from The Real Ghostbusters cartoon in the 80's and damn if I didn't notice a similarity of Kate McKinnon's character and Egon. Its almost identical. I think this is the direction Sony should have gone. If Sony were to reboot the cartoon and it failed then no harm to the original. You call it a reboot of the original film even thought its a total remake, it still cast a shadow if it fails.

The Shallows Movie Review

Morgan and Jasmine of Talking Through The Medias talks about their experience of The Shallows.

They speak of the main character going to a secret beach in Australia but its suppose to be Galveston. These girls being from Texas know that its definitely not what Galveston looks like. Jasmine says "it kept her on the edge of her seat, and gave her goose bumps." She's a fan of gory movies but Morgan was wondering why the main character could talk to animals and wore too much jewelry.

But they do recommend the  movie, it will have you covering your eyes a lot due to a lot of bloody scenes. You'll have fun getting bit by the shark.

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Sunday, June 12, 2016

The Nice Guys Movie Review

Hey there films fans. Today I'm going to talk to you about my favorite movie ever, at least for now. The nice guys starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling. This is going to be pretty positive but hey, if you seen the film you probably know why it's really f****** good. Hit you with the plot line, one private dick played by Ryan Gosling. Two hired muscle played by Russell Crowe. Russell Crowe breaks Gosling's arm and then a weird partnership is formed for a porn star.

Its set in seventies LA and it's lots of fun. It's made by Shane Black so it's pretty much along the line of Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. But I would say better, there's quite a few elements of Big Lebowski. As you may know I f****** love. God I'm all over the f-bombs today; you can tell I'm passionate. This is definitely my favorite Russell Crowe play. I think the last thing I saw him do was lame is so I'm glad he's not singing. He plays the silent strong guy really well. Ryan Gosling who is really showing that he's actually good at physical comedy which is not what you'd expect necessarily from him. He's romantic he's clumsy he's crazy. He does have most of the good lines. Just generally, on form it's a mismatched buddy comedy. It's just good performances by both. The whole film really involves around that central relationship. The surprising note as well is Ryan Gosling's daughter who is kind of like the penny from Inspector Gadget she's pretty savvy smart and sometimes and this type of film you expect a young girl to be a burden but probably being a damsel but she's owning this s***. She's getting into the center of it and being a strong female character. The plot is really good as well there's actually a who's done it and the narrative flows.

It's crazy in places and unusual characters along the way but I definitely feel I will watch it again to get more out of it there's definitely stuff I missed the first time around but the thing I didn't miss is that it's f****** spot-on like a unicorn! F-bomb number 3. But it is for unicorns so it's totally worth it.

 you want some quotes? You want to hear some of the funny stuff that they're saying? Here we go. "Marriage is buying a house for someone you hate".
"You know who else was just following orders? Hitler!"

I do enjoy it. I do enjoy the location. Just generally generally enjoyed it. I think it's potentially my new favorite family year. It was a good link, it sets up for a sequel and I kind of hope it does. So yes, go see it brilliant film I couldn't recommend it stronger. Modern cult classic. But what did you guys think did you like it as much as I did who is your favorite character, Ryan Gosling or Russell Crowe? Let me know in the comments and don't forget click the Subscribe button on my YouTube channel and also talking through the media.

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Saturday, June 11, 2016

T3M Gets A Face Lift & Sends Hidden Messages

From now on T3M will be playing a game with its viewers and/or subscribers. You'll see that inside of the art of everything that we do you'll find hidden displays of the logo and name. Pay close attention to all of the thumbnails from now on. You'll want to keep your eyes pealed for the logo to be embedded somewhere not easily catchable.

Recently examples of the face lift for the channel was shared on Instagram with the Review of How To Be Single and T3M Conjuring 2.

Within each full episode, animation intros have been used to separate and introduce different segments like Trending, Movie Reviews and more.

We have even begun experimenting with the endings of each video. This will be rounding out the first phase of T3M. Once we reach our first milestone of 1000 subscribers and giving away the gaming console we'll move into phase two.

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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Zootopia Makes Bank

In honor of 300 subscribers! Not only are we giving away free movie tickets but we're doing a questions and answers video. Become a subscriber and get in on this event. Ask us anything.

It's official Zootopia is one of 26 movies in the world to cross the billion dollar box office mark. It's the second film this year and Disney now accounts for 11 out of 26.

This movie was fun for all ages. May be scary for some younger views. My five year old had to cover his eyes once. Be aware.

Overall great movie.

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Friday, May 27, 2016

Harley Quinn Solo Film: Olivia Wilde As Ivy?

So the rumor is that Margot Robbie has embraced her character as Harley Quinn so much that she is pushing for a stand alone movie. But will the demented doctor be alone. I doubt it, Harley isn't a loan hero or villain her strengths are how she plays off of people and plays with people/victims. The best example would be Joker but seeing her graduate from Mr. J is very entertaining as well. 
The character was invented as comic relief in the Animated Series but since has become a fan favorite. Now that she's Movie bound, with Robbie playing the face. Its predicted to be outstanding. I see a huge future here. But only if you surround Quinn with the right people. You'll need to introduce the best seller, Harley & Ivy to the table. Seeing these furocous women was always a deadly treat. 

 Could you imagine the carnage they could cause. My pick for Ivy is Olivia Wilde but that's a separate topic. I just want a good movie, if this is destined to happen. Don't just stop with just a Thelma and Luis rip. Go for the gusto. I want to introduce a inspired Barbra Gordon trying to imitate the Bat. I want Catwoman. I want it all.
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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix

As Netflix continues to resurrect 80's classics we as the babies from that decade are getting another treat. Voltron is back. I can't wait to see what we're in store for in this blueprint of The Power Rangers.

I was a huge Transformers, Thundercats and G.I. Joe fan. Voltron was definitely on the list of must sees as a kid. I can't wait to relive the adventure.

H. Shaw-Williams from Screenrants writes below

Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Daredevil aren’t the only Defenders on Netflix; the streaming service has also rebooted classic 1980s cartoon Voltron: Defender of the Universe as a new animated adventure series called Voltron: Legendary Defender. Featuring a similar premise to the better-known Power Rangers franchise (right down to the original series using footage from a Japanese TV show), Voltron is about a group of astronauts who discover five lion-shaped mechs that come together to form one giant mech called Voltron.

Featuring the voices of Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead), Bex Taylor-Klaus (Arrow), Jeremy Shada (Adventure Time), Tyler Labine (Reaper) and Josh Keaton (Green Lantern: The Animated Series) as its five intrepid pilots, the series was produced by DreamWorks Animation and World Events Productions, and animated by Studio Mir (The Legend of Korra). Now a brand new trailer has arrived to start the hype train rolling for Voltron: Legendary Defender‘s release on June 10th.

The first teaser trailer for Voltron: Legendary Defender arrived earlier this year, but it simply showed the five mechs coming together to form Voltron, whereas this latest look at the show spends more time with the human pilots. It looks like the show will feature a healthy blend of comedy and action, and although kids are the primary audience it’s easy to imagine adults getting into this show as well. With any luck, it will be a worthy addition to Netflix’s growing slate of original programming.

Voltron Legendary Defender promo image Voltron: Legendary Defender Netflix Series Trailer

Speaking in an interview with EW, co-executive producer Lauren Montgomery (Batman: Year One) admits that the original Voltron: Defenders of the Universe series hasn’t aged particularly well. “We wanted to make [Legendary Defender] closer to what we remember the show being versus what it actually ends up being when you go back and watch it,” she explained. Executive producer Joaquim Dos Santos (The Legend of Korra) echoed the sentiments, saying that the original makers of the show were “making the best of what they had,” but the reason the show is still remembered is because “there was a sense of teamwork and this amazing imagery. And our child brains filled in the gaps.”

Voltron: Legendary Defender won’t require prior knowledge of the original series, however; Dos Santos says that “Our characters are as unfamiliar as a new viewer would be to Voltron.” The characters go to “the equivalent of space camp,” where a senior pilot called Shiro (Keaton) returns after going missing for a year, and tells crazy stories about a super warrior called Voltron, whom he is determined to find.

Voltron: Legendary Defender will be available on Netflix from June 10th, 2016.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Lethal Weapon TV Series Will You TURN ON THE TV

Are you looking forward to Fox's Lethal Weapon? Article by Lily Mascos


While we're attempting to juggle our dual excitement for the upcoming Fox TV series reboot Lethal Weapon and Shane Black's new movie The Nice Guys, a simple statement on behalf of Black regarding Lethal Weapon 5 is making us drop everything.

Lethal Weapon 4/AMC

Shane Black, the writer and director of Iron Man 3Kiss Kiss Bang Bang,and Monster Squad, also happens to be the man responsible for the Lethal Weapon franchise. After writing the screenplay for the originalLethal Weapon in 1987, the sequels took off and the entire franchise achieved tremendous success.
Although there hasn't been another sequel since Lethal Weapon 4 in 1998, the franchise is anything but forgotten. In our era of reboots, Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh will live on in Fox's new TV showLethal Weapon, which will air in fall 2016 on Wednesdays at 10pm EST.
Read more about Fox's Lethal Weapon remake here. In the meantime, take a quick look at the official trailer:
Lethal Weapon's fans were busy debating whether or not they were dying with excitement over the idea of a revival or dying with horror at the thought of re-casting Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Either way, no one was even thinking about a Lethal Weapon 5 starring the original cast — that is, until Black started talking.

Shane Black/YouTube

Fans were devastated in 2009 when news broke there would be no more sequels due to Mel Gibson's lack of interest. However, in podcast 272 of the Nerdist's The Writer's Room With Ben Blacker, Shane Black reveals he harbors no hard feelings against Gibson, who was going through some personal drama at the time:
"Mel Gibson didn’t know if he wanted to do ['Lethal Weapon 5'] or not. There was negotiations and some things were happening with Mel. I don’t believe anybody should be held accountable for anything they say while drunk. If you say it sober, that’s one thing, but if you’re drunk, I mean, I would say the most heinous things to you."

Shane Black originally met up with Nerdist to promote his latest movieThe Nice Guys, featuring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. It didn't take long for the conversation to switch gears and focus on his history with the Lethal Weapon franchise. That's when Black finally revealed his idea for the plot of Lethal Weapon 5, which he had written back when there was still a possibility for yet another sequel.
"I wrote a 62-page treatment with my friend Chuck for 'Lethal Weapon 5' that would’ve been, I think, a very good movie. It was interesting. It was essentially an older Riggs and Murtagh in New York City during the worst blizzard in east coast history, fighting a team of expert Blackwater guys from Afghanistan, that’s smuggling antiquities. And we had a young character that actually counter-pointed them."

It shouldn't come to any shock that the Christmas-obsessed Black chose a blizzard as part of his setting. However, the director also pointed out he wouldn't have given in to an expected and standard passing of the torch of Lethal Weapon's main cast, as most franchises tend to do:
"But I didn’t wanna do what people do when they’re trying to transition which is, they sorta put the two older guys in the movie, but really it’s about their son! And he’s gonna take over and we’re gonna do a spinoff. Fuck that: If they’re gonna be in the movie, they’re gonna be in the movie — I don’t care how old they are."

Mel Gibson (left)/Danny Glover (right)

Mel Gibson, 60, and Danny Glover, 69, may have grown a few white hairs since the last sequel, but there's no doubt they could do it if they chose to. In fact, the difference in age would make for an interesting spin to the usual "I'm too old for this shit!" Unfortunately, the revelation of this sequel in no way indicates that it could ever come to life.
We might as well focus on what we do have on the moment, which is the recently released The Nice Guys. Get ready to be psyched: