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Vince DeGeorge and Chris Herndon love movies - both old and new. They've been watching movies together for over 25 years, and have picked up a thing or two along the way. They want to not only give you their thoughts on current movies, but introduce a new generation to some older classics. Oh, you may hear some other things along the way because they love to experiment. See more at: http://dtmmbmedia.com
 
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Since we’ve all lived through a deadly pandemic, there have been jokes made about how certain storylines and plot devices in movies just won’t work any more because we’ve seen the reality of how people behave. We’ve seen how people react to science, the calls from the government to stay home or get vaccinated. Unfortunately what we saw was people r…
 
Encounter is a film that has some interesting themes but doesn’t fully flesh them all out. It doesn’t have the message it thinks it does mainly because it doesn’t fully complete the thoughts it lays out. It’s not a bad film but also not a very good one either. Really it just sits there in the middle giving a taste of what could be important themes …
 
If Saloum is an example of what we can expect from new distributor Lacmé Studios and director Jean Luc Herbulot, then the future is very bright for what we might be seeing coming out of African cinema over the next few years. Clocking in at only 84 minutes, Saloum is able to tell a compelling story that covers several different themes while also be…
 
Out of Sync tells a compelling story story about a woman that finds herself slowly falling out of sync with the world both mentally and physically. It’s a good story about how a person can feel their world closing down around them but not realize that those close to them love and support them if they would accept the help. Marta Nieto does a great …
 
How would society react if people started getting predictions that they were set to die and be bound to Hell that came true? That’s the basis for Hellbound. And the first episode opens up showing just how serious it can be. Giant smoke “Hulks” show up and chase a man out of a coffee shop and then beat him to death in the middle of a busy street. Th…
 
There’s been a lot of buzz around Rob Savage’s Dashcam and to be honest, none of it is deserved. Dashcam is a film that thinks it’s more shocking than it really is. This is one of those “found footage” type films that gives other films in that category a bad name. It’s frustrating because Savage’s Host has gotten great reviews. But Dashcam is a swi…
 
The Guilty is one of those films that feels like actually benefited from COVID restrictions. Any other time and this film would have gone too far into showing us car chases and big set pieces. Even worse, it would have turned this film into a cop propaganda film that happens so often when a police officer that is clearly unhinged is somehow made in…
 
Candyman suffers from an inconsistent script, wrapped in a beautifully shot film with a great cast that is going to leave audiences either absolutely loving it or feeling like it didn’t live up to expectations. On the surface, everything is there to make this a film that should be universally loved. Director Nia DaCosta embraces the lore of Candyma…
 
The Night House is what happens when David Bruckner the director of V/H/S segment “Amateur Night” and Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski the writers of the film it ultimately became, SiREN realize they should absolutely make a movie together. The result was a horror film that brought jump scares that were actually earned. Couple that with a story that…
 
Long time zombie fans will tell you that using zombie outbreaks as a jumping off point for socio-political commentary is a genre staple. At least the one willing to admit George A Romero never made a single zombie film in a vacuum will. Although recent zombiefare tends to be less overt, blending comedy into an apocalyptic happenings is definitely a…
 
If you're familiar with Hong Kong action films you're no stranger to the work of Benny Chan. Chan's catalogue is nothing short of iconic; in large part due to the unbelievably high risk action. Think Jackie Chan's Who Am I?, Fist of Fury (1995), and A New Police Story. Raging Fire, the director's final project before losing his battle with cancer, …
 
Catch the Fair One accomplishes the mission of being able to tackle a subject that pops up in thrillers all the time yet does it without watering down the reality. Hollywood likes to put things in nice little bows in order for audiences to digest the subject in a more pleasant way and the result is a diluted understanding of the problem. Catch the …
 
If we’re going to get a flood of films about quarantining during COVID, then let’s all hope they’re done like 7 Days. Imagine going on the worst first date ever. Now imagine that first date was set up by your parents as a part of the process of an arranged marriage. Now imagine after that worst date ever if you ended up having to quarantine togethe…
 
Wacky. Ridiculous. Over-the-Top. Wonderful. That's the way to sum of James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. Honestly, it’s nice to have some competency back for a DC film. From top to bottom this film is great and it really shouldn’t have been. Just from the announcement, it felt like a weird “Is it a reboot or a sequel” type deal since some of the charac…
 
Beans is a semi-autobiographical tale from director Tracey Deer that centers on her experience as a 12 year old Mohawk girl during the 78-day Oka Crisis standoff ini 1990. This is the kind of film that will illicit a lot of emotion. First off, the real-life events this film covers are based on a dispute over the expansion of a golf course into sacr…
 
Mogul Mowgli is a great film that serves as an introspection into what it means to be successful and the costs with setting the definition of success based on one’s own insecurities. Riz Ahmed plays a Pakistani rapper named Zed, whose dreams are crushed when he’s diagnosed with a degenerative autoimmune disease . This isn’t the first time Ahmed has…
 
Gunpowder Milkshake is one of those films that has all the elements to be really good but fails to live up to the potential and the cast. It’s one of the cardinal sins of a film with a great cast and an interesting concept. Seriously, with a cast of women like Karen Gillan, Lena Headey, Carla Gugino, Angela Bassett and Michelle Yeoh, Gunpowder Milk…
 
It's hard to imagine anyone coming into Disney's Jungle Cruise movie full of high expectations and excitement. First off, this is a movie based off a Disney theme park ride that needed a makeover for racist imagery. I mean who thought a theme park ride would make for a good movie?Well it turns out that while this film might not too memorable, it's …
 
And we're back. Black Widow's release was delayed due to the pandemic and since then there were questions about when Marvel Studios would drop the film and why they delayed. There was even doubt that maybe it wouldn't be good. Maybe Marvel was finally loosing it's step. Maybe the Disney+ series were where they were really hitting their stride and w…
 
Overall, Luca is a fine film. It has mostly what one would expect from a Pixar film. The animation looks as sharp as ever. There's a message that's aimed at kids trying to navigate the world in front of them. And there is the classic Pixar humor. But even with all that, Luca just feels boring and predictable. Luca is a film that feels like it's on …
 
After the success of the first Maleficent, centering another iconic Disney character in a live-action film was inevitable. Having that character be Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians? Well, that's a move certain to have a some people asking why. But it's not really that complicated. There's plenty of opportunity for mayhem (and monetizing) telling …
 
The team-up of Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham for Wrath of Man comes together as a very solid film combination of revenge mixed with heist. Is the film perfect? No. But there's a solid enough story with intense, bloody action that it makes a pretty entertaining pre-summer film.The film follows the mysterious H (Statham) who joins an armored cash tru…
 
If Without Remorse's purpose is establishing Michael B Jordan as the covert operator the spy genre's desperately missing then this action-packed thrill ride rolls out one hell of an origin story. Given director Stefano Sollima's (Gomorrah, ZeroZeroZero) kinetic shooting-style that leaves little room for stunt doubles and cutaway scenes, Without Rem…
 
Everyone out there has something that is widely accepted as bad and not good that they like. You know that show or movie you can't defend as being "good" but nonetheless you can't help but watch it. In a way. Snowpiercer is what we (Kriss & Ro) consider their "trashy TV". Is it good? Probably not. But it's also very very entertaining and well, who …
 
The lead character of NOBODY, Hutch Mansell, completes the trifecta of "Dudes You Should Have Just Left Alone". He joins the likes of John Wick and Robert McCall. You know, the guy who was a secret assassin/government BlackOps/Cleaner that is trying to retire and settle into a "normal" life but people just have to fuck with them. And it all goes ho…
 
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