Have you ever wondered which movies are must see for the upcoming year? Well, every year we at the Movie Madness Podcast take a little of the burden off your shoulders. Once again, we’ve done countless hours of research, spent dozens of sleepless nights and hounded each of our friends and relatives to pick the definitive list. This is our Top 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2017 Episode. Doug, Jeremy and Craig had a blast doing it and guarantee you’re going to love listening!
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2016 was the biggest year in box office history!!. Bolstered by a slew of comic book movies, remakes, sequels and prequels 2016 had something for everyone!. With the great box office you have to be thinking it was a great year! Well it all depends on how you look at it. We had some awesome break out performances but we also had monumental disappointments! Bad movies that made us laugh and critically acclaimed movies that made us say Meh! There was so much to talk about in 2016 and we invite you to join us in our 2016 Year In Review Episode!
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Welcome to Movie Trailers Anonymous. We who are addicted salute you! The boys of the Movie Madness Podcast tackle the thankless job of choosing the best trailers ever, so you don’t have to. We delve into the dark and dismal depths of the movie mogul to separated the coal from the diamond,
They will try and fool you, but we, the few, the proud, the completely obsessed, will tell you the absolute truth. As Geoffrey Chaucer once said in A Knight’s Tale, “We give the truth, scope!” Now, before our hyperbole gets completely out of control, we invite you to join us on Trailer Talk.
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Hey guys, this is absolutely one of the worst years for the moviegoer I’ve seen, but there are a few gems. These are the movies I loved and think you might too.
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- Central Intelligence–
You might just call this one Central (lack of) Intelligence because what makes it so funny is the complete absence of any. Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson is an spy bent on becoming a legend, but is hampered by memories of a tragic high school career. He figures only his lone high school friend, Kevin Hart, a former jock and good guy can help. This is my favorite Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson and the only movie I’ve ever seen where I can stand Kevin Hart. That’s probably because Johnson abuses the hell out of the Hart. It’s just so much fun.
- Hell or High Water
Three actors absolutely rock in this film: Chris Pine, Ben Foster and Jeff Bridges. I totally lost myself in the characters and the story. The writing was engaging, and is one of the best of its kind. The one downside…the movie is predictable, even if you don’t know the story behind it, but so well written it matters not. See this one at your own risk, you may struggle with whom to like in the film.
A giant demigod, a beautiful Polynesian Princess and the dumbest chicken ever, and you have one of the best films of the year! Even better, this film plays on every level: intellectual, humor, mythological, magical and great for even kids from two to ninety-two. I dare you to see this movie and not love it. I couldn’t help myself.
- The Nice Guys
Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, how can this possibly work…I don’t know but it sure does. I probably laughed as much during this film as any other this year. It was like watching a modern, criminal version of The Odd Couple. I cannot wait to see a sequel.
- The Jungle Book
A giant leap forward for live action mixed with CGI, The Jungle Book manages to thrill, chill and engage even the cynical. Baloo, Bagheera and Kaa, were as real in this film as watching one of the old Disney nature films. Of course, add in Mowgli, a small boy in India, and you have one of the Mouse House’s best.
- Doctor Strange
The first movie I’ve ever seen that I would voluntarily pay real money to see in 3D. The magic, the performances, writing and directing were captivating. There are usually moments in a film like this that can kick you out of the moment, but not once did I feel disconnected. Oh, and Benedict Cumberbatch is brilliant.
Finally, after numerous attempts, our dear friend, Ryan Reynolds has his franchise. If you don’t laugh your ass off during this film, you have no funny bone. Maybe you need a little blue pill, or something. Yep, it is R-Rated, but it’s also the most successful R-Rated film in history. Once again, Marvel trumps DC for the year.
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
If you needed a movie to link the Star Wars films, this is it. The characters are rich and engaging, the pace is quick without being frenetic and there’s a quiet desperation and hopelessness in the film. Only at the end of Rogue One is there a whisper of “hope.”
One of my top picks for the Oscar, Arrival simply thrives on great acting, story and direction. Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner star in this Science Fiction blockbuster, but it’s the style and substance that make it one of my favorites.
- Captain America: Civil War
You need a scorecard to keep track of all the Super Heroes in this one. I mean, Iron Man beating on Captain America, Black Panther pouncing on Spidey, Iron Man light (War Machine), Falcon, Scarlet Witch, Ant-Man and Black Widow. Add in a human villain manipulating Bucky Barnes and this movie is so engaging, so much fun and exciting, that I cannot think of a way to make it better. That’s a first, and one of the few movies I’ll own, even if it is on Netflix or Amazon Prime. Oh, and there’s even a Giant surprise!
Put on your helmets and fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride. Join the gang at Movie Madness Podcast for the Top 5 Action Scenes episode. After many tears, a few bruises and a trip to the E.R., we finally came up with the greatest action scenes of all time. You cannot miss this one!
Slap on your blaster, holster your lightsaber, call up your Wookiee buddy and warm up the Falcon, it’s time for the mini-review of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Tune in to hear what the Maniac thinks of the new, latest (and maybe greatest) episode in the continuing Sci-Fi mega saga. Don’t miss this one!
It’s hard to believe its been eight years since Marvel/Disney started their amazing run of cinematic success with Iron Man! Launching what is now known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe or M.C.U. for short. Over the years we’ve seen well known characters like Captain America and Thor bring huge box office numbers. What’s even more impressive is Marvels ability to bring lesser known characters like Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy to the big screen and blend them into the M.C.U. with great success!! Well Marvels back at it again! This time with Doctor Strange, We’ve tried to hold back and not spoil it for you! But we can’t hold back any longer!! So we invite you to join us in our fun filled Spoiler Alert: Doctor Strange episode! We had so much fun talking Doctor Strange and we would love to hear from you with your thoughts and reviews of Doctor Strange or any movie! So call all the voicemail #260-573-0015, or email us at: email@example.com. You can also post them to Twitter, Facebook or the Ultimate Movie Geeks community on Google+
Marvel is back at it again! Bringing Doctor Strange to the Disney / Marvel Cinematic Universe! Can they keep up their amazing streak of box office and critical success? Well we’ve got the answers for you! But just like a great sorcerer we wont reveal our secrets in the open! You have to join us to find the answer! So listen in to our spoiler free Mini Review of Doctor Strange. And of course, feel free to let us know your review of Doctor Strange or any movie review you want to send us! We’re Always happy to talk movies! You can call the voicemail number #260-573-0015, or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also post them to Twitter, Facebook or the Ultimate Movie Geeks community on Google+
Are you in the mood for Halloween yet? Are you struggling to find those last few movies to get you through to Halloween night? Look no further than our ghoulish & ghastly and might I say sometimes funny 31 Movies To Get You In The Mood For Halloween Pt.3 episode! Halloween is such a fun time and there are so many great movies out there that capture the spirit of this fantastic time of year! Did we miss some of your favorites? If we did help us be better by sending your picks of the 31 movies you watch to get in the mood for Halloween! Send them too email@example.com or call the voice mail #number 260-573-0015 or post them to Twitter, Facebook or the Ultimate Movie Geeks community on Google+
Halloween is right around the corner and we are smack dab in the middle of our monstrous 31 Movies To Get You In The Mood For Halloween countdown! We’ve mixed in some all time classics and some hidden gem for your listening pleasure. Heck we’ve even got some for the kids! But one thing for sure is, there is no way we’ve gotten all your favorites! and we won’t get them if you don’t tell us! So help a brother out and send us your lists of the 31 movies you watch to get in the mood for Halloween! Send them too firstname.lastname@example.org or call the voice mail # 260-573-0015 or post them to Twitter, Facebook or the Ultimate Movie Geeks community on Google+