Groundhog Day After Day After Day 0
My latest podcast has launched! New episodes will come out every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I’ll be sharing each episode in the first week of episodes here, and afterwards I’ll have a weekly wrap-up, so if you think you’ll enjoy the show, and I hope you will, go ahead and subscribe on whatever platform you use. So for today’s episode we have Season 1 Episode 0 of It’s Time to Rewind: Groundhog Day After Day After Day. Host Bubbawheat and guest Todd Liebenow from Forgotten Films, The Forgotten Filmcast, and the Walt Sent Me Podcast discuss February 1st in the 1993 Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day. It starts at minute zero with the Columbia logo and ends at 7 minutes and 26 seconds with Rita and Larry discussing how Phil had just called himself “the talent”.
X-Men: Days of Future Past 2014
Many people would say that the last good X-Men movie that we got was way back in 2003 with X-2: X-Men United which also happens to be the last film of the franchise directed by Bryan Singer. There was also the franchise re-boot with First Class directed by Matthew Vaughn which also got quite a bit of critical praise, and now we have this movie. Bryan Singer has come back to direct and Matthew Vaughn contributed to the script to bring the worlds of First Class and the original trilogy back together, even though the Last Stand is treated pretty much as if it never actually happened aside from a few memories in Wolverine’s head about what happens to Jean. Not only that, but this storyline is one of the most iconic and revered within the continuity of the X-Men comic, though I only know what was pulled from it for the 90’s cartoon series. Honestly, I loved where they went with this story and thought it was handled masterfully. There are still some holes here and there, but overall it was a fantastic way to tie together the rest of the movies into a slightly more cohesive continuity. There is a lot to cover in this movie, and as usual I’m not going to tread lightly on spoilers so be forewarned.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time 1993
It’s Thursday night, and we’re halfway through our stack of movies from the rental store. All that’s left is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time and Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. Jena was ready to watch this one and enjoyed it a lot. I fell asleep during the last 20 minutes of it and had to rewatch it a few days later. This movie was tough to really figure out what they were trying for, it seemed like it was pulling itself in too many directions. It felt like it was trying to be more dramatic, and yet it also seemed a lot more childish and cartoonish in its humor. The nostalgia definitely wore off on me by this point, as I found the jokes to be less funny, and a lot of the action to be less interesting. But there were still a few spots of fun to be had here.