The finale nobody needed, delivered as nobody wanted
Indy and the aliens, once infuriating, now merely sigh-inducing.
We complained about Temple of Doom. This is the result. I hope we’ve learned our lesson.
Once hated, now–kinda loved! It’s the demonic cartoon you never knew you wanted.
Still good? Still good.
If it’s a pre-apocalyptic future wasteland you want to luxuriate in, Blade Runner 2049 is the movie for you.
In which everything you always wanted to know about Deckard is answered once and for all and forerever. So there.
What do we think of this?
Gene Wilder’s other western ain’t Blazing Saddles, but it is…hmm…it is a western starring Gene Wilder. So there’s that. Did I mention Harrison Ford?
In which our weary correspondent asks questions he wishes certain writers had asked before him.
I know, but hear me out–it’s a REALLY BIG Death Star, right? It’s just so, so, so BIG this time. You see? No way it blows up again. I promise.
Even without tossing the ewoks into an incinerator, Jedi could be ten times better than it is. Allow us to suggest how.
The mid-80’s were the Golden Age of movie comedies and we didn’t even realize it.
In which we travel to 1970s San Francisco and experience a profound and inescapable paranoia.