Josh Brolin (Goonies) and Benicio Del Toro (Heinekin salesperson) return to the gritty, dark worlds of Sicario in Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado. The film sets up a dark premise, provides intense action, and plenty of dark-world intrigue and skullduggery. Mike really enjoyed it, Danny less so. Check out the episode for the dish.
Academy Award nominee Mark Osborne has adapted Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic novella The Little Prince into a full-length feature. The movie won the French Cesar for Best Animated Film in 2015 and stars an impressive crew of award-nominated voice actors. Netflix bought the domestic rights and it is billed as a "Netflix original" film. Check out the episode and leave your thoughts below.
20 years ago (!) Bryan Singer electrified audiences with his taut, intelligent, brutal crime thriller The Usual Suspects. The film went on to win two well-deserved Oscars and to inspire a generation of film makers and copycat crime films. It almost single-handedly started the "twist ending" trend - so, hate it for that if you must. Surprisingly, there are still people who haven't had the opportunity to discover this one for themselves. We tried REALLY hard NOT to spoil this nearly-perfect film.
The August box office record holder for biggest opening weekend gets a sniff from the guys this week. Danny wrote a review of Guardians of the Galaxy last week which you can find here but to really dig into the latest Marvel Studios film, check out this week's episode. Does Mike get past his distaste for big, blockbuster spectacles? Does Danny stop geeking out long enough to take a full breath? Find out and then sound off in the comments section below.