*Guys, Timecop predicted the Presidency of Donald Trump.
My love of time travel concepts goes deep. So deep in fact, that I decided to revisit a time travel movie masked as a 90s cheesy action film. Or is it the other way around? Which is it, Timecop? And are you any good still?
Timecop doesn’t waste any time getting into the action. The film opens with a theft of Gold Buillion in the year 1863. All looks normal until the robber pulls out advanced plasma guns to wipe out the transport team. Clearly, he’s not from that time or the present day of 1994. Wait, in what year is the future of Timecop?
I wasn’t going to do a review, but I HAD to discuss the craziness that was the new thriller, SPLIT.
I WILL get into spoilers, but I will let you know when they’re coming and how to skip over them. I promise.
The debate on when M Night Shyamalan fell off the rails will be a battle forever waged; some say the last great movie was Unbreakable, some say The Village, and some might even say that The Sixth Sense was his only good film. But I’m here to tell all of you who have given up on him, to watch Split and openly discuss this with your friends.
John and August try to talk Jamie off the ledge after we discuss topics relevant to the newest Ghostbusters film. Help us, please! He needs help! E-mail us at NotQuitePod@gmail.com so we can get through to him!
Topics this week:
August- The internet’s effect on films today (Starts at 00:00)
Jamie- Should you support shitty movies? (27:52)
John- Unnecessary Sequels and Remakes (44:09)
Each odd-numbered episode we talk specific films, and each even-numbered episode we discuss topics regarding Hollywood and the things we’re passionate about (either way).