Saturday, March 22, 2014

Episode 136: Need for Speed

Friends, do you feel the need? The need for...a new video-game adaptation? Well, good! (You did say "Yes," right?) Because on the new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, Gabe and Josh are putting the pedal to the metal to discuss the new action film from Touchstone Pictures, Need for Speed. With Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad fame, as well as Michael Keaton, and Imogen Poots--whose name is so delightful to say, Josh can't help but say it a few extra times--how could this movie go wrong? turns out that the filmmakers found a few ways to screw up, at least according to Gabe. Josh's a little more willing to give the film leeway, but as you'll hear, it all comes down to what they think of The Fast and the Furious franchise. So sit back and enjoy the ride, because this episode's racing to the finish line! [Insert at least fourteen more racing puns here.]

1 comment:

  1. I disagree strongly re: Frozen Blu-ray. The video and audio are perfect, besides the lack of 3D for those so equipped, better than the best you could get from streaming.

    If you redeem the included Digital Copy through Vudu and then claim Disney Movie Rewards points with a Disney Movies Anywhere account linked with an iTunes account you have the movie on 5 platforms: Blu-ray, DVD, Vudu, iTunes and DMA.

    The typical retail price you'd find for Frozen on Blu-ray at stores is less than the Digital Copy goes for, and gives you superior quality AND the digital copies.