May 25, 2018
[School of Movies 2018]
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say this is going to be the best thing you ever hear about Deadpool 2. I don't want to over-hype it, judge for yourself.
There's a lot of mixed feelings as we weigh up the strengths and weaknesses of this sequel.
If you've not heard them yet, we have done shows on all the previous X-Men movies, which can be found on the School of Movies Archive, an entirely separate feed on which we curate our back catalogue.
Jason "Chewie" Slate of The Mana Pool
Brenden Agnew of Cinapse
December 8, 2017
[School of Movies 2017]
This one took a lot out of us.
The tenth X-Men-related movie, and just like the other two really great instalments in this series (First Class and Deadpool) most of its strengths are augmented by only having tenuous ties to what came before.
Both a sobering goodbye to two of our established heroes and the actors inhabiting the roles, and an introduction to a little acting tornado who pulled off the performance of a lifetime right out of the gate, this film stands as testament to what a steady hand and a focus on character can achieve in a marketplace stuffed with citywide destruction and CGI final bosses without any personality… in fact it used the latter to make a statement on its central protagonist.
Logan is impressive, sparing, powerful and heartbreaking, and more than worthy in all kinds of nominations among the best of 2017.
Next Week: Rogue One.
May 20, 2016
[School of Movies 2016]
Honestly, the pains I went through to get this to you. It turned into a really fun but shouty show with a lot of editorializing.
I strongly advise against going to see this film. Listen to the show at least before you decide. It DOES go into every detail of the plot, but frankly I don't think we could spoil it any more than Fox, Singer and Kinberg have already.
Jerome McIntosh of GameBurst who also saw the movie joined me with Sharon who hadn't.
Jerome McIntosh of GameBurst