It's March so you know what that means: MONSTER MOVIES!!! The time has come to tackle the King of the Monster Movie, Gojira (1954).
It's March so you know what that means: MONSTER MOVIES!!! First up this year, join us on the CHOPPA!!! as we watch Predator (1987).
A new voice joins us for Robot Overlords (2015), with a bit of Black Panther talk (no spoilers) at the begining.
We all visit Tomorrowland (2015) for the first time, some of us enjoy the trip more than others.
This week we watch the oft overlooked The 6th Day (2000). Is it just another Arnie Action movie or is there more to find?
Kenny defends Bright (2017) then we put a Cloud pick into the Favorite/5ifty with Ip Man (2008).
We look back on 2017 then discuss the final controversy of 2017, the Will Smith staring, Netflix original movie Bright.
We finish off the Death Train/Detonator series and check another one off the Brosnan list when we watch Detonator II: Night Watch (1995).
Did you know Howie Long was an action movie star? You will after we watch Firestorm (1998).
It's time for a Favorite/5ifty episode and this one is one of Kenny's. It's I-Spy (2002).
It's Christmas so this week we watch the Ron Howard directed, Jim Carrey starring, Faith Hill singing, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000).
This week we reach to the Fincher shelf and pull down The Social Network (2010).
We return to the DC EU once again for the team-up film (we've been waiting for?) Justice League (2017).
It's Inspector Gadget (1999).
Matt Damon IS Jason Bourne (2016).
It's back to WWII again to discus the merits of The Monuments Men (2014).
"Stephen King took you to the edge in "The Shining" and "Pet Sematary." This time . . . he pushes you over!" Riiiight....
Jackie Chan. Pierce Brosnan. Action/Drama/Thriller. It's The Foreigner (2017) and you better believe Austen and Cloud are going to see it.
An episode of We Watch Movies two years in the making. Kenny has high hopes for Chernobyl Diaries (2012). Does it live up to the hope?
Way back in Episode 15 we wondered if the original Japanese One Missed Call (2003) was better than the American remake we had just watched. Now it's time to find out.