We tackle Joss Whedon’s famous secretly filmed modern adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic comedy. With dual romances, plenty of manipulation and deception, and a wealth of hilarity this fantastic cast gives us an enjoyable translation of The Bard’s work while speaking it word for word. Now away with haste and treat thine ears to the divine ramblings of two fools!
In this extra long episode of FF+ we have spoiler-free thoughts on Pixar’s latest, Toy Story 4, as well as conversations about Season 5 of Black Mirror and Ava DuVernay’s powerful miniseries When They See Us.
What better film to kick off the summer than a coming-of-age tale about a boy whisked away for a summer experience that challenges and changes him forever? We’re excited to talk through one of our favorites in the genre this week – a film with charming performances, poignant themes, and lots of fun to be had.
In this episode of FF+ we have spoiler-free reviews of two films opening this week and one that’s a handful of years older. We also chat about video games, what we’re playing and what we’re looking forward to.
This week it’s time to play ball! We decided to celebrate baseball season by giving our Patrons five films about America’s pastime to vote on. Their choice was a good one and allows us to reminisce about our childhoods and think back to summers that may not be experienced by kids in the same way ever again. This film is full of memorable moments and we had a joy discussing it together for May’s Donor Pick Episode.
We discuss this month’s Disney live-action remake,the second out of three to be released in a 3.5 month window this spring/summer and out of four overall this year. Is Disney putting out quality content here that has a potential to win fan hearts, or is this just another shameless cash grab that capitalizes on nostalgia? Hear our positives, negatives, and recommendations for what might have made this work even better in this great conversation.
In this week’s episode of FF+, we review the newest DC Animated film as well as react to the trailer for what’s coming next from that studio. We also have a conversation about how people consume serial shows and whether binge-watching is the best way to go or not. And we wrap up by having a bit of fun and sharing our Top 3 Fantasy Team-ups in honor of the Batman/Ninja Turtle cross-over event.
This week we’re catching up with a film from 2018 that was over-shadowed by a few other big releases during the Christmas season, but that nonetheless has a surprising amount of heart and plenty for us to talk about. That’s right, the Transformers franchise reboot is off to a good start with this new prequel story from LAIKA Studio’s own Travis Knight.