In Ethan Hawke's latest, "24 Hours to Live," the actor is an anti-hero with... yes, that's right, 24 hours to live. Full of silly plot points and mediocre action, it is not the right way to spend your last 24 hours on the planet.
One does wonder, however, what exactly the right way to spend those last few hours might be. This week, we ask that exact question.
As humans, we have the ability to hold multiple, sometimes conflicting, thoughts in our heads at the same time. Is it possible, however, to root for the new Steven Spielberg movie, "The Post," and to respect the Trump administration? After all, "The Post" is entirely about the freedom, and importance, of the press and the administration actively tries to destroy the First Amendment.
The third "Maze Runner" movie is coming out in less than two weeks, and Liam Neeson's latest actioner opened last week. What does the former franchise and later stand-alone have in common?
They establish great ideas/worlds, but don't fully manage to carry that out into a full feature. Well, maybe the first "Maze Runner" worked, but not the second.
Listen as Josh explains it all...