As people who know him will attest, Josh has a tendency to sometimes focus on small things that wouldn't bother anyone else in the world but which cause him great distress. He can tell you the moment that ruined "National Treasure" for him and which absolutely no one else in the entire world cares about in the slightest. Today, Josh looks at Al Pacino's new film, "Danny Collins," and allows himself to get completely sidetracked by one note that rings false in an otherwise enjoyable movie.
Kristen Wiig's comedy "Welcome to Me" is available on Blu-rary and DVD as of June 16th, and after watching it we're just not sure what to think. At times funny and at other times sad, the movie makes one feel, but feel what? There is little to no character growth and many issues go unresolved. Listen for our thoughts
When Josh first watched "Chappie," he really enjoyed it. He didn't think it was the greatest movie he had ever seen, but he thought it was good and said as much. Other people didn't see it the same way however, and now Josh has gone back to watch it once more.
Does he stand by his opinion upon viewing it a second time?
James McTeigue, whose first feature film as a director was "V for Vendetta," is back with his latest project, "Survivor." Starring Milla Jovovich and Pierce Brosnan, "Survivor" is the tale of one woman trying to stop a terrorist attack against the United States. Our discussion with the director centers on representations of 9/11, female protagonists, and McTeigue's view of the world.