After many years of rewrites, directors and producers, SONY Pictures finally delivers one of the biggest King adaptation disappointments, and that’s putting it mildly.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “Dunkirk”.
Vol. 2 of the oddest space team in the universe continues Marvel’s remarkable winning streak.
Mary Gent compares the rising talents of directors Jeff Nichols (“Loving”) and Denis Villeneuve (“Arrival”) during Oscar week.
I’ll admit I have a thing for white-people-getting-into-outrageous-trouble movies.
The Movie Guys welcome actor/stand-up comic Jason Stuart, who sits in to help preview new releases “Gold”, “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” and “A Dog’s Purpose”.
This is a disappointing follow-up for Morten Tyldum, director of the much more impassioned The Imitation Game.
It may have taken nine months, but Universal brings us the first romantic comedy of 2016.
Ep. 156: The Movie Guys cover a trio of new movies trying to get a jump on the upcoming 4th of July holiday weekend – The Shallows, Independence Day: Resurgence and Free State of Jones. All three get the thorough preview treatment. Sitting in the whole show is actor Chris Williams, currently recurring on HBO’s Silicon Valley and soon to be seen on the new CBS series The Great Indoors. We talk all of that, plus his appearances in Curb Your Enthusiasm, The World’s Fastest Indian, Dodgeball and more!
Showcast Episode 74: All you can ask of anyone who visits The Admiral’s Club is that they be funny and tell great stories, and this week’s special guest Brian Shortall does both! He joins The Movie Guys to talk “Big Hero 6” and “Interstellar” and jump in on a round of “McConaughey Role or Lincoln Commercial”.
Paul Preston & Justin Bowler recall their exploits from Comic-Con in San Diego, a magical land where, for everything you plan, there are ten things that are equally awesome that you are missing out on.
Rounding out the last of the Oscar-nominated Best Picture films, Movie Guy Paul Preston reviews “Philomena”, “The Wolf of Wall Street” and his pick for best of 2013, “Captain Phillips”
Movie Guy Paul Preston’s annual, over-thorough once-over of all the categories – who will win, who should win, and the Top 10 Films of 2013
Matthew and Jared are going to win the Oscar. But, I’m not on this bandwagon! Let the review begin.
Showcast Episode 25: After a preview of “Thor: The Dark World”, The Movie Guys provide a glimpse of what life must be like on Asgard. Also, a preview of “The Book Thief” inspires a game of “You’ve Been Greenlit!”, a game of vocabulary skill where keywords in your plot can win you an Oscar. Then comedian and actor Matt McCarthy hits the studio for a preview of “About Time” and tons of great talk about movies and professional wrestling.
Self-congratulation is still the rage in TinselTown. Who are we to not report on it? Agree? Disagree? It doesn’t matter, the awards will go out week after week until the Oscars, March 2nd, 2014.
Showcast Episode 23: The Movie Guys find “The Counselor” trailer so ambiguous, they make a trailer of their own, plus a preview of “Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa”. Plus improviser and comedian Jet Eveleth joins the show for a round of “What’s Not Happening in Hollywood” and some good movie talk.
Movie Guy Paul Preston breaks down the careers of George Clooney, Matt Damon and Brad PItt, the best Hollywood has to offer in leading men.
Movie Guys Paul Preston and Karen Volpe appear on The Hater Nation Radio Show on The National Talk Radio Network to talk about the biggest names nominated for Oscars at The 85th Academy Awards.
Movie Guys Paul Preston and Karen Volpe stopped in on LA TALK RADIO’s “Broad Topics” to preview The 85th Oscars, covering six of the major categories with picks and predictions, and the jokes fly.
Paul Preston’s annual, super-thorough, no-category-left-uncovered, massive undertaking of an Oscar rant is available for you to read, print out and argue about.
Self-congratulation is still the rage in TinselTown. Let’s jump in, shall we? Here are all the awards that will go out week after week until the Oscars, February 24th, 2013.