FORCED PERSPECTIVE, Ep.91 – Logan Gets Out of Skull Island



With the Oscars officially behind us, it is now time for YOUR favorite movie podcast to finally set its sights on 2017!

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FORCED PERSPECTIVE, Ep.81 – Everybody Wants the Nice Green Lobster (w/Special Guest BRANDON DRAVEN)

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The 2016 Summer Movie Season is in full swing!
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FORCED PERSPECTIVE, Ep.77 – The Official Summer 2016 Preview Show (w/Special Guest BRANDON DRAVEN)

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After a nice month-long vacation, FORCED PERSPECTIVE is back with a BANG!
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Marvel VS DC: Why Marvel Has Won the Movie War

Since Superman: The Movie hit movie screens in 1978, essentially creating the modern superhero movie, DC characters have appeared on screen in 21 films.  In these 21 films, we’ve had 6 Superman movies, 2 Superman spinoffs (Supergirl, Steel), 7 Batman movies, 1 Batman spinoff (Catwoman), 1 Watchmen movie and 4 movies based on Swamp Thing, Jonah Hex and Green Lantern. Now, Superman and  Superman II are classics, as is Tim Burton’s Batman (and Batman Returns which I have soft spot for.)  The Dark Knight Trilogy is arguably the greatest comic book series of all time.  Watchmen and Man of Steel are debatable films, as a lot of comic book fans are divided on these. But the rest of DC’s filmography? Absolute garbage. More

FORCED PERSPECTIVE, Ep.28 – A Good Day for Side Effects

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Review – X-Men: First Class [2011]

Busy weekend for yours truly – this is the first time in a long while (probably in the last six months or so) where I was actually able to pull off seeing TWO movies in one weekend. How about that, eh? And it only gets better – I already have plans this Friday night to see Green Lantern, so make that THREE films in one week. Not too shabby, if I may say so.

But I’ll save the Green Lantern and DC Comics chatter for this weekend. Right now, it’s all about X-Men and Marvel, and I figured I’d start my pair of reviews with the film that I saw SECOND, not for any particular reason, mainly because it came out before the other film (Super 8) did, so I decided that I’d post this one first. Plus, what do X-Men: First Class and Super 8 have in common? There are already great reviews for these films that can be found on this site (FK99 did X-Men, while Adolfo tackled Super 8). Then again, you know what they say – it’s never official unless I, SportsGuy515, review it (hahaha, just kidding).

SO, without further adieu, let’s get on with my take on X-Men: First Class

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DVD of the Day Presents: The 100 Greatest Movie Bad-Asses (#50-41)

#’s 100 – 91
#’s 90 – 81
#’s 80 – 71
#’s 70 – 61
#’s 60 – 51
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