Three generations of Shafts come together this summer as cybersecurity expert John Shaft Jr (Jessie Usher) recruits his bad-ass father John Shaft (Samuel L. Jackson) and the OG Shaft (Richard Roundtree) to help solve a murder.
Kevin Hart is a mild mannered accountant who is pulled into the world of the CIA by an old high school friend (The Rock), who has become the agency’s best agent in next summer’s Central Intelligence
American Sniper destroyed the weekend box office on it’s first weekend of wide release, setting a new January record and scoring the second highest R rated opening of all time.
Chris presents his best movies of 2014 without comment.
Joe gives us his picks for the top 10 movies of the year.
Think Like a Man Too took the top spot during a slow weekend at the box office while Jersey Boys started it’s run at the box office at a tortoise pace.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss The Rock punching Ancient Greece in the face in Hercules, the mind-bottling hype behind Frozen, the never ending appeal of They Live, the mind numbing middle section of Stargate, 80’s computers, Thanos, Mortal Kombat X and much more.
The British crime drama Ripper Street is our Pick of the Week along with a bunch of the bigger late 2013/early 2014 releases like Ride Along and Walter Mitty.
The Lego Movie rode it’s incredible reviews to the second best opening ever for February and one of the best original animated movie openings ever.
Ride Along dominated for the third week in a row while a special “sing along” version of Frozen kept it in the top 3 and both of the new releases did not do great.