Soothe your #Oscars hangover by listening to the guys discuss Deadpool, both the movie itself and the impact it will have on the upcoming supehero films. Speaking of the Oscars, Chris, Jeremy and Barrett list their candidates for "Best Un-Nominated Performances", or those that weren't even considered by the Academy. The results will make you laugh, cry, and rage. That plus a quick round of Q&A with outstanding Qs!
Jeremy, Chris, Barrett and J start in on the incurable remake/reboot/sequel fever in Hollywood that has now focused on our beloved MacGyver. They also present the "Most Overlooked Movies" list, before answering some great Q&A about George Clooney, Action Sequences, and others.
Chris, Jeremy, Barrett and J get fired up about the past year in music, defining genres and what the hell the difference is between "Song of the Year" and "Record of the Year" at the freaking GRAMMYs. We also look ahead to some new upcoming albums from familiar faces, then end things with a round of Q&A that covers thoughts on the final Dawn of Justice trailer, Superhero Fatigue, and Best Trilogies. As always, make sure to tweet us comments at @cinemasins, Facebook us (EWWCinemasins) or Reddit us at www.reddit.com/r/CinemaSins/. We love comments.
Chris, Jeremy, Barrett and Music Video Sins writer J Lalonde get into a detailed discussion about the controversial career of Quentin Tarantino. Starting with a spoiler-free review of The Hateful Eight, Tarantino's filmography is explored in an unconventional fashion (11:40). There's also time for several fan questions that address the background behind some of the "sins" (36:23) and a terrific topic about movies we liked better the second time. Also, Jeremy took a SpaceX rocket to the ISS last week, so he's calling in from space in this episode.
Chris, Jeremy and Barrett cover the annoyances and inconsistency of modern commercials, including a Taco Bell ad that hits close to home. They also give their long-awaited thoughts on The Revenant (12:21), and cover the Oscars and the #OscarsSoWhite movement in the new audience Q&A segment (33:.28). Stick around for the end, for as the great Kenneth Branagh says: "This is all... far... from over..."