The seventh Fast movie races into theatres, and apparently people give a shit. The guys also talk Robert Kenner’s Merchants of Doubt, and The Cinematic Tangent reveals its position on global warming to the world. Plus, Chad declares his love for Alex Garland after seeing Ex Machina. That and more, including an Avengers: Age of Ultron tease, on the latest episode of The Cinematic Tangent podcast.
The guys need a few beers before they discuss the grim status of 2015 cinema. Reactions to the latest Star Wars trailer, Cinderella, and Kingsman are here, along with a Tangent or two. Your favorite movie podcast is back!
The Cinematic Tangent wraps up their review of 2014 cinema by handing out awards for a variety of overlooked categories. What movie ‘Doesn’t Know it’s a Movie’? Which film ‘Did the Most Damage to My Inner Child’? What’s the ‘Biggest Waste of Film’ for 2014? Listen and find out!
The Oscars are over. Now it’s time for The Cinematic Tangent to talk the top films of 2014.
A smattering of biopics leftover from 2014 are here, just in time to be Oscar bait! Chad and Brad talk American Sniper, The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything, and Selma. Do biopics examine myth or man? What constitutes a good acting performance? Do any of these features deserve an Oscar? And why do social elitists make the worst moviegoers? That and more, including a reference to Garth Ennis’ Punisher series, on the latest Cinematic Tangent.
Is American Sniper the best or worst movie of 2014? Is it patriotic propaganda? How does the film portray Chris Kyle? These questions answered as Brad and Chad talk the American Sniper controversy and the legacy of director Clint Eastwood.
Are you bored with all this ‘young adult’ cinema yet? Is Chef the best movie of the year? And sure, the Ninja Turtles are awesome, but will the new movie give you shellshock? This and more on the latest episode of The Cinematic Tangent.