Both Gavin and myself are literally lifelong fans of Ghostbusters. To say the least, the 2016 reboot with an all-female cast has been hotly polarizing. We agree disagree on several aspects of the latest film. Let us know who you side with more, The Rob or Gavin. Do you think the original films are better, or the 2016 reboot?
My family and I love good seafood. Whenever we take a trip to a beach, one of our top priorities is visiting a local seafood restaurant in whatever city we're staying in. But, now we can get great seafood anytime we want just down the road in Owensboro, Kentucky after I discovered the existence of Catfish Willy's.
If you've dropped and broken your cell phone as many times as I have, it's easy to become desperate trying to find a way to protect it. I don't know if I've ever so desperate as to use my LUNCH as a phone case...
In other words, this movie is crowded. Maybe overcrowded. Marvel and Sony’s new Spider-Man (Tom Holland) steals the show with his wisecracks and web-swinging, but serves almost no narrative purpose. Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) is only slightly more important to the story; his main function is to introduce the character to a broader audience before he gets spun off into his own standalone movie in 2018. The subplot involving the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) ties up some loose ends from the last Captain America movie, but it’s not really crucial to the film’s central conflict between Cap (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) over governmental control of the Avengers. (The Winter Soldier barely appears in the original Civil War comics.)
Captain America: Civil War is now in theaters, heralding a new age for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) fighting for the fate of the Avengers on screens all around the world, ScreenCrush Editor-in-Chief Mike Sampson and Film Critic Matt Singer convened to fight about Marvel’s newest blockbuster. (Hopefully there will be less bruising and fewer arrests.) And below, Matt goes through a few questions they didn’t get to in the video.
If you're having as rough a weekend as I've been having, then a good laugh might be just what you need. So the next time you're on Netflix and trying to chill, check out Patton Oswalt's 2016 Netflix Original comedy special, Talking for Clapping...
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