Having finally, fully committed to the idea that super hero movies should be fun, DC and Warner Bros bring you the ultimate teen power fantasy: a boy who can transform into Zachary Levi! Also, there are super powers. Click the link already!
The ending to the trilogy we never knew we wanted until Split came out is finally here! M. Night Shyamalan concludes his epic super-hero opus with a meditation on the notions of power and human excellence in a mundane world. Does it soar or fall? Find out with Snooty and Goon!
The annual Snooty and Goon roundtable dives into Warner Bros.' latest attempt at franchising. Joined by Captain Action and Professor Science, our brave oceanic cinephiles explore the wonder and dense history of DC's wettest hero. Pull up a chair and join the discussion!
How many Spider-People does it take to fix Sony's mishandling of their sole Marvel property? It turns out, a lot, but it still works! Join Snooty and Goon as they swing through this phenomenal adaptation of Spider-Man, which is actually seven or eight adaptations pureed in a blender and served very, very cool.
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Better late than never, unless you need to save someone in the nick of time! Join Snooty and Goon as they power their way through this long-awaited sequel to one of Pixar's greatest hits. The heroes and villains haven't really changed, but the fights are prettier than ever!
Movies that are based on a true story are a tricky affair by themselves. But movies that are note-for-note a true story, right down to casting the actual people who lived that story, are another thing entirely. Is it good? Is it bad? Is it even interesting? Find out with Snooty and Goon!
And the WWII veteran/actor Snooty was trying to think of is Audie Murphy. Look him up, because he's got an amazing story of his own.
Web-swinging his way back into the Marvel Universe at large, Spider-Man is back and ready to prove that he's still the company's flagship hero for a damn good reason. Join Snooty and Goon as they gussy up for a dance with their favorite wall-crawler for his triumphant return to the silver screen.
We're going three levels deep on this dive: a remake of a remake of a classic Japanese film. Don your spurs and saddle up with Snooty and Goon for the most expensive game of cowboys and indians you'll see all year!