Despite possibly the largest earthquake in history hitting the West Coast, rescue pilot Ray Gaines engages in a land, sea and air assault to rescue his daughter Blake from the ruins of San Fransisco.
Joe gives his picks for the ten best movies of the year
If you’re a completionist, this is your week as there’s complete series collections for Heroes, Justified and, our Pick of the Week, Mad Men, along with a bunch of cult classics arriving on Blu Ray.
Jurassic World remained huge with another $100+ million weekend while Inside Out was the 2nd best opening in Pixar history with over $90 million.
Jurassic World smashed almost every prediction and record this weekend with the highest global opening of all time.
Melissa McCarthy and Paul Feig has another success as Spy won the box office while Entourage had a mediocre start and Insidious Chapter 3 couldn’t quite top the previous entry in the series.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about crazy Lifetime movies, the terribleness of Blackhat, the destructive awesomeness of San Andreas, a new Big Trouble in Little China and much more.
The Rock literally takes on the Earth itself as he fights his way through earthquake ravaged Los Angeles and San Fransisco to rescue his wife and daughter in the new disaster movie, San Andreas.
Earthquakes didn’t stop The Rock from getting the best solo starring opening of his career while Cameron Crowe bombed yet again with Aloha.
May closes out with mixed reviews on The Rock’s disaster movie, San Andreas, and what is apparently a new low for Cameron Crowe with Aloha.