Zach, Chris and Chris Ali watched the 1959 Disney classic Darby O’Gill and the Little People on Disney+ for this month’s special St. Patrick’s Day movie commentary.
Foreigner lead singer Lou Gramm, while split from the group in 1991, contributed probably the only good thing about Highlander II: The Quickening, its rocking end credits song “One Dream”.
As a side project to appearing in great movies like Scott Pilgrim and 10 Cloverfield Lane, Mary Elizabeth Winstead teamed up with music producer Dan the Automator for the 60’s French pop inspired Got a Girl.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about 60sness of Sean Connery Bond movies, the new Batman Telltale game, Matt Damon fighting on The Great Wall, Desmond Doss, Michael Crichton books, Dolph Lundgren in World War II, the evolution of South Park and much more.
Called in as a liaison when a body is found during a high profile party at a Japanese corporation, detective Webster Smith has to navigate a conspiracy with the help of hid new partner John Connor, an expert on Japanese culture.
Despite WB probably wanting a James Bond style franchise from their 1998 reboot of The Avengers, even hiring Sean Connery himself as the villain, the only thing that really feels Bondesque is the credits song by Grace Jones.
Tons of comic book news this week including the return of Howard the Duck and possibly casting for Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Jean Gray and Cyclops, the next projects for Chris Pratt and Keanu Reeves and much more in the News Shotgun.
So much Bond out on Blu Ray this week including Skyfall, two Roger Moore collections, a Pierce Brosnan collection and more.
This month for Musical Montage we’re featuring all the music from Bond, starting with the Connery (and Lazenby) era, which introduced the classic Bond theme as well as the concept of the crazy intro sequences and song that has become a staple of the series.
There are many ways to open a movie but the most direct is opening narration and explaining the world and characters to the audience. Here are our picks for the five best bits of opening narration.