Bond is back and faces the ghosts of his past as he tries to unravel the secrets of evil organization Spectre in the 24th entry in the Bond franchise, can it possibly top the excellence that was Skyfall?
James Bond is back on a personal mission to uncover the secrets of the mysterious Spectre organization, who seem to have deep ties to his family and it’s mysterious leader (Christoph Waltz) may be behind everything that has happened to Bond.
Chris Hemsworth is a crew member on board the Essex, a whaling ship whose battle against a massive sperm whale inspired Hemingway to write Moby Dick.
Terry Gilliam’s unique brand of craziness targets Christoph Waltz in The Zero Theorem, where Waltz tries to solve a seemingly impossible equation while madness happens all around him.
The only wide release this week is Skyfall but it’s apparently one of the best Bond movies ever, so what else do you really need?
Bond is finally back and looking better than ever with the latest movie in the franchise, Skyfall. Bond is believed to be KIA on a mission to recover MI6’s list of undercover agents but returns when his fellow agents start getting killed. Javier Bardem co-stars as the villain, Silva.
The Wachowskis attempt to tell a story spanning all of human history with Cloud Atlas, starring Tom Hanks and Halle Berry and starting in prehistoric times and going all the way to the crazy, anime inspired future.
This week the whole quartet of Zach, Chris, Brian and Joe talk about the amazingly bad last season of 90’s Spider-Man, Superman III, Twilight causing seizures, Jurassic Park, Walking Dead, Van Damme’s penchant for fighting tournaments, this month’s upcoming movies and much more.