The Filmlosophers get the skinny on the latest film from director Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood. The Duo travel back to groovier days to discuss Tarantino’s latest “magnum opus.” Does the film, however, epitomize the truest sense of Tarantino’s career? Or does it take what’s left of it and miss the boat entirely? Tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers go back in time and rock out as they welcome Video Game Bang! Host, Cory Vincent, to discuss Danny Boyle’s Yesterday. Coming off as a huge sleeper film, the guys take the time to reminisce on the cultural icons that were and are The Beatles in this latest flick. Does the film, however, give proper homage to the famed rock group? Or does it smear the legends all over Abbey Road? Tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers test their allegiance to each other, and throw down the gauntlet in a battle of MOVIE TRIVIA! The questions, however, aren’t your simple, everyday run-of-the-mill movie questions. Nope, we decided to take things up a notch (Emeril style) and take our own friendship as the inspiration of our questions! How well do the Dynamic Duo of movies know each other? Tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers take a walk through San Francisco and discover the latest independent film to come out of the Bay Area, The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Winner of several awards at the Sundance Film Festival, and birthed out of visionary writer/director Joe Talbot, this impressive film gives moviegoers a glimpse of the beauty and economic confusion that is San Francisco. As moving as this film is, however, does it hold its own against the many other independent films starting to come out of California’s Bay Area? Tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers web-sling their way into discussing Sony’s latest sequel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Far from Home. This iteration of the Wallcrawler closes out the Third Phase of the franchise, as well as capping the 10-year long saga many have come to know and love. But does this latest serving from Sony offer up something “Thor-worthy,” or does it fall flat on the pavement? Tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!