These two episodes mark the half-way point for Young Adama and his lovable sidekick Koker, so itâ€™s only fitting that it comes with some of the most explosive and intense BSG action weâ€™ve ever seen. Weâ€™re talking â€œGalactica-Atmo-Drop-on-New-Capricaâ€ explosive. Weâ€™re still mysteriously in the dark about Dr. Kellyâ€™s mission, but by the final shot of Episode 6, weâ€™re starting to get some ideas!
After the first two episodes packed in a training simulation with Caprica tech, a sparkling new Galactica, a reveal of a brand new ensign Adama?s piloting skills, his new bird, his new co-pilot, and his super-secret new mission, we expected a lot from episodes 3 & 4… and it delivered. From threading the needle to a ghost fleet, this double-header of Blood & Chrome did not disappoint!
Just when you thought the Wachowski’s hit rock bottom with Speed Racer,the worst cartoon racing movie of all time, they manage to make Cloud Atlas, the worst Sci-Fi Film, the worst Pirate Movie, the worst Zany Geriatric Escape-Comedy, the worst Victorian Romance, the worst 70′s Blaxploitation flick, AND the worst Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy film ALL AT ONCE, smashing them into the most excruciatingly unbearable 3-hour marathon of audience abuse ever made.
But what did you think? Our review is on the way… which we weren’t going to bother with until it stole 3 hours of our lives away and we felt the deep responsibility to prevent it from happening to you, too.
At least, not when it comes to Judge Dredd. As far as we’re concerned, Karl Urban is the law. Thanks to a pitch-perfect R-rated action film, Judge Dredd has finally made it to the screen in a way that is true to the comics that he first appeared in. Brutal, unflinching, and tough as nails, Dredd NEVER takes his helmet off in the film, and Matt was giddy as has was when he was 11 years old and reading his first 2000 A.D. Without any frame of reference but Sly’s miserable turn in the role in 1995, Nat definitely enjoyed the movie, while not on the level Matt did. What did you think? Let us know!
In an attempt to simultaneously capitalize on a long-running, brilliant UK comic, the superhero-movie craze, and the movie-going audience’s apparent tolerance for reboots, we’ve got a new Judge Dredd movie on our hands. With the always-awesome Karl Urban on board as the man himself, and rumours that he never (rightly) takes the helmet off, a 2000 A.D.-loving Matt is already seeing hope for this indie, but Nat has no frame of reference for Judge Dredd other than Sly’s abysmal 1995 turn in the role.
It takes 3 entire hours to piss on Batman Begins, No Man’s Land, Knightfall, Knightquest and Knightsend. PLUS Batman only shows up twice in it… and we’re just warming up! Watch the review to get Matt’s entire tirade.
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