After the disaster of Spider-Man 3, Sony decided that it needed a fresh start for Spider-Man (otherwise they would have to give the rights back to Disney). So less than four years Sony rebooted everyone’s favorite wall crawler, and Kuhan rejoins us Zero Score, Mr.Dragon and The Marvelous Iggy discuss their love of Emma Stone and Dennis Leary, why does the Lizard look like a Ninja Turtle, and Emma Stone some more. All this and more on the penultimate chapter of the Spider-Man marathon!!
It’s finally time ladies and gentlemen to tackle what the majority consider to be the worst Spider-Man movie ever. Zero Score rejoins Mr.Dragon and The Marvelous Iggy to discuss the over use of villains, the characterization of Peter Parker as an asshole before he even puts on the symbiote costume, and of course the iconic pelvic thrust! All that and more on the latest edition to the Spider-Man marathon! Next up, IT’S REBOOT TIME!
After the critical and huge box office success of the first ever live action Spider-Man film, of course Sony wanted to make a sequel. Join Mr.Dragon, The Marvelous Iggy, and once again special guest Zero Score to discuss what many consider to be the best superhero movie of all time. All that, plus your typical norm of sexual innuendos and more importantly how exactly do you pronounce Doc Ock? All this and more as we continue our march towards Civil War!
The road to Civil War has begun over here at RPG commentaries. In celebration of Spider-Man joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Mr.Dragon, The Marvelous Iggy, and special guest Zero Score! witness the birth of Spider-Man as directed by Sam Rami! The three amigos discuss their first meetings with the wall crawler along with character issues between the movie and comics and just how rough this movie actually was. Also just to be clear, Willem Dafoe is the best actor in this movie, maybe J.K. Simmons. UP UP AND AWAY WEB!!
You thought we were done with marathons didn’t you!?!? As luck would have it, the latest installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is only a month away and a certain web head is officially coming home. So to celebrate this momentous occasion, The Marvelous Iggy and Mr.Dragon along with special guest Zero Score will commentate over all five Spider-Man movies! Grab your web shooters and tissue boxes, it’s gonna be a….wait for it….AN AMAZING TIME!!
It’s almost Opening Day and Kuhan rejoins The Marvelous Iggy to celebrate the time of spring, than with a mediocre sports comedy staring Rob Scheinder. Seriously, we could have done Field of Dreams, Sandlot, A League of Their Own, or even Major League. So join Kuhan and The Marvelous Iggy as they talk the art of baseball and comedy. Also Jon Lovitz makes everything so much better.
The time has finally arrived, the most controversial Superman movie to date it’s Man of Steel. Kuhan rejoins Mr.Dragon and The Marvelous Iggy for the final steps of the Superman Marathon! They discuss the idea of a Superman for the modern era, why is Krypton still alive twenty minutes into the film, and why Jonathan Kent is the dumbest person in this film. All this and more as we celebrate the upcoming blockbuster, BATMAN V.SUPERMAN DAWN OF JUSTICE! See you at the theatre peeps!
For twenty years, Superman went dormant on the big screen. However in the summer of 2006, critically acclaimed director Bryan Singer (after numerous attempts) brings a bold new direction to Superman! Kuhan joins Mr.Dragon and Iggy to discuss the faults with Superman Returns, why Frank Underwood is really Lex Luthor, and ultimately test Kuhan’s threshold for boredom. All this and more on the penultimate chapter to our Superman Marathon!
Ladies and gentlemen the Superman marathon continues this week, with what many consider the absolute low point for the Man of Steel on the silver screen. Mr.Dragon and The Marvelous Iggy tackle the absolute train wreck that is the Quest for Peace, with a cameo appearance from Alan of 2 and a Half Men fame!? Join us as we close out the Christopher Reeve era in the worst way possible. Destroy Superman indeed.
The march to Batman V. Superman looms ever closer, and Mr.Dragon and The Marvelous Iggy take a slight detour on their destination. After the epic battle of Metropolis in Superman II, the Superman franchise took a dramatic tone shift that many considered began the death of Superman on the big screen. Do Mr.Dragon and The Marvelous Iggy agree to that? Join us and find out why Superman III isn’t all that bad.