Also discussed: SOLO: A Star Wars Story (2018), Deadpool 2 (2018), Kubo and the Two Strings (2016), Poetic Justice (1993).
Are you ready ladies and gentlemen, for a very special episode of Nic, Tys and Videotape?? This week, it's definitely not pretty, but we manage to stumble our way through a rambling and barely insightful discussion of the 1988 music-video-compilation/gangster-drama/fever-induced-nightmare that is MOONWALKER!! If you ever wanted to hear Nic and Tys at their most inarticulate, boy are you in for a treat!! Turns out this "movie" may have broken Tys, as Nic tries to steer us toward some kind of structure, and boy, is it hard work. But hey, at least there's that amazing Smooth Criminal music video in the middle of everything, right?!?!
It's been a quiet week, but we manage to find something to discuss in Talkin' Trailers, we saw one blockbuster each and give you our first reactions in What Did We Watch This Week, and we've got a few wildly different films to recommend for you in Crossing The Streams.
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NEXT WEEK!! To celebrate the release of Ocean's 8, we're heading back to where it all began! Actually, not ALL the way back, because that original is kinda no good, but back to the 2001, Steven Soderbergh directed remake of OCEAN'S ELEVEN! It's gonna be a bit of a love-fest on this one guys, hope you're looking forward to it as much as we are!
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