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Theories on Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy

Denis Villeneuve’s 2013 film Enemy is full of Jake Gylenhaals and giant spiders. Join us as we examine some of the theories surrounding the...

Deja Vu: Famous Movies with Doppelgangers

Some films feature two characters which are very similar, if not identical, in appearance. Some of these characters are twins, evil alternatives, or freaky...

The Casual Cinecast Critiques Velvet Buzzsaw!

After watching the Netflix Original film that's getting all the buzz (yes, that's a pun), The Casual Cinecast were scared to discuss the art critic punishing Velvet Buzzsaw. But you know what? They did it anyways. 

First Spider-man: Far From Home Teaser & Poster Swings In

The internet asked for it and here it is!  The first teaser for Spider-man: Far From Home has arrived!  Check it out within...

The Casual Cinecast Journeys into Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

This week, The Casual Cinecast dives into the latest installment of the Jurassic series, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard! How does it compare to the first Jurassic World or the original Jurassic Park? Listen in and find out! 

Roles Where Actors Lost Weight

New Year’s resolutions are a time to work towards a transformation of your body and/or your life. To honor these goals, this month we’re going to look at transformative roles in film. This week we look at some prominent examples of actors losing weight for roles.

Could Jake Gyllenhaal To Take Up The Bat Mantle?

In the on again, off again, drama that is the Batfleck saga, new rumors have surfaced of new younger Batman to take up the mantle going forward with Matt Reeves’ The Batman.

Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain Cast in The Division Movie

Ubisoft has officially announced their leading man and lady for their upcoming video game adaptation of the hit video game, Tom Clancy's The Division!  Come inside for more information!

Jake Gyllenhaal is the Focus in the New Trailer for Demolition

The critically acclaimed director of Dallas Buyer's Club and Wild is teaming up with Jake Gyllenhaal for his next film, Demolition. Check out the trailer here.

It Wasn’t A Dream: A Look At American Psycho’s Oft Misinterpreted...

There’s perhaps no other character study this mercilessly satirical, or this inclined to ride the bloody surface of an American symbol all the way to the end. Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) never lifts off the screen to be anything but a rampaging, lampooning, psychotic cartoon. He shivers at the sight of a watermark on Paul Allen’s business card, a phallic comparison; sexuality replaced by the scented highs of Bone and Silian Rail. Bateman never ceases to be a representation of the bottomless pit of American consumerism, and he embodies that as a mass murdering loon. It’s because of what he stands for that the film makes no efforts in humanizing him, because, well, what’s human about the shit that moves at the top of American capital?   

Could The PS5 Be The Most Powerful Playstation Yet? | 2nd...

Thanks for checking out the 2nd Opinion Podcast! On this episode, we talk about DOOM Eternals Delay, the Call of Duty Modern Warfare BattlePass,...