Captain America 3 Civil War

Big Blockbuster Boredom

Big Blockbuster Boredom

In the latter days of 2015, I remember looking at the list of movies coming out in 2016 and thinking, “next year is going to be an amazing year for movies.  There is so much good stuff coming out.”  Now, here it is, the middle of August in 2016, and I find myself wondering what happened to all those movies I was excited about?  Did I kid myself into thinking there was a ton of great movies coming out?  I don’t think I was fooling myself, I seem to recall actually believing that this year would be full of nonstop excitement when looking ahead to the crop of blockbusters coming out this year.  And yet, here I am, just over halfway through the year in the aftermath of the summer movie season, feeling somewhat let down and disappointed overall.  It’s not that the movies this year were bad per se, with one or two exceptions, rather, it is that most of the movies this year turned out to be just…..average, pedestrian, formulaic, uninspired, etc.

Let’s take a look back at the once promising list and see if we can figure out just where things went wrong. More

The Mockers-Ep1 (The Pilot)

The Mockers-Ep1 (The Pilot)

 

The Mockers born a band in the NY region of the Continental United States. Both lead vocalists, it was a natural transition for Andy and Eric to lend themselves to something that would suit their desire for attention, at the moment it meant a last minute podcast recording. Fresh from seeing Captain America: Civil War, Andy reflects on the movie with Eric and they each make their weekly Mockumendations to each other. What will it be? Tune in to see. Plus in the opening of the Mockers Vault Eric opens the first ever Meet The Mockers recording: Joe’s Song (our night). The boys reflect. First song and first podcast…that is a wrap. Good night & Good Luck.

Now Geek This!  A Review of Captain America: Civil War

Now Geek This! A Review of Captain America: Civil War

This week, I will be reviewing the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain America: Civil War.  Civil War, directed by the brother team of Anthony and Joe Russo, is the third film in the Captain America franchise, and stars Chris Evans as the titular character, Captain America.  Civil War also stars an assembly (pun intended) of other actors portraying their familiar roles from other Marvel films, including Avengers, Ant-Man, and a movie that will be forthcoming. More

The History of Bad Ideas, Episode 123–Of Course I Tried It!

The History of Bad Ideas, Episode 123–Of Course I Tried It!

The BOB Studio is extra lonely this week as only Jeff and Jason are on the air but that doesn’t mean it’s quiet! The guys discuss Captain America: Civil War with only minor spoilers (we give fair warning!), debate which Superman actor would win in a battle and debate which of the 34 villains in the 1960’s Batman show was the best!  Jeff tries to defend Zack Snyder while Jason half heartedly defends the Ghostbusters trailer.  The guys debate their Top 5 Favorite Marvel Film Characters and determine remaking the Jungle Book again is not a good idea!

The History of Bad Ideas, Episode 122–Hands Across Antarctica!

The History of Bad Ideas, Episode 122–Hands Across Antarctica!

The HOBI Crew welcomes, on short notice, Number 1 Fan Doug back into the studio to discuss Captain America: Civil War’s future box office gross, the crashing of Ratchet and Clank and Jennifer Aniston in Labor Day! Jeff is crowned the king of impressions while Doug tries to determine how Aquaman could go “darker” and Jason gets more anguish from Worsley fans.  HOBI learns not to start a celebrity feud with Jonathan Lipnicki and the guys debate the Top 5 1990’s Comedic Films!

The History of Bad Ideas, Episode 121–Feeding My Tamagotchi!

The History of Bad Ideas, Episode 121–Feeding My Tamagotchi!

Episode 121 is here!  The HOBI Gang is without a guest this week but that just means more rants about Game of Thrones, the Flash never being the fastest man alive and time traveling with the X-Men!  The guys get depressed over all the celebrity deaths but nothing like the struggles of Worsley to get the boys back on track.  The gang debates the proper technique for a luffa and wonder what it will take for Arthur Curry to actually sound like a superhero.  The guys discuss their Top 5 Favorite Current Television Shows and Jeff explains the techniques of selling unwanted toys!

Nerds Who Get Laid, Sometimes – Ep. 98: Fantastic Snore

Nerds Who Get Laid, Sometimes – Ep. 98: Fantastic Snore

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This week 3/4 of the nerd crew and Charles discuss why they like the characters that they like. We discuss the new released Captain America Trailer, and other nerd news that was released this week. 
 

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