Teen Titans Go To The Movies (2018) – A Quick Capsule Review

Teen Titans Go To The Movies (2018) – A Quick Capsule Review

Quick Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
Teen Titans Go To The Movies is a riot.  No really… it’s great fun and once again shows that DC’s characters exist better in animated form than they do in live action.  Okay so Teen Titans isn’t going to change the word but it’s a film that you can’t help but love and once again gives an incredible faithful (if somewhat tongue in cheek) recreation of DC’s characters.  It’s bright, it’s silly and it’s full of fart jokes… Snider and team could learn a lot here (well maybe except for the fart gags).

Best Bit: Stan Lee!

Buy, Stream, Avoid: Stream

If You Liked this Try: Incredibles 2, The Lego Batman Movie, Big Hero 6


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Podcast: Ross And Phil Talk…  Aquaman (And other DC Movies)

Podcast: Ross And Phil Talk… Aquaman (And other DC Movies)

Ross and Phil Talk Movies The Podcasts


On this episode of the podcast we talk about Aquaman.  Well Ross does.  A lot.  We also cover off a lot of other DC movies and ask which was the better fish movie… this or the one starring Vinnie Chase?

Hosted by Award winning filmmaker Ross Boyask and blogger/writer/failed filmmaker Phil Hobden.

Films Discussed: Aquaman, Entourage, Flash Gordon, Justice League, Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice, Man Of Steel, Superman, Arrow, Elseworlds, Black Panther

For more on Ross Boyask search @RossBoyask on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Also check out @EvoFilmsUK online.
For more on Phil Hobden check out www.philhobden.co.uk , Twitter (@PhilQuickReview) and Instagram (RossAndPhilTalkMovies)

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Arrow-verse: Elseworld (2018) – A Quick Capsule Review

Arrow-verse: Elseworld (2018) – A Quick Capsule Review

Quick Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
The Arrow-verse (The Flash, Supergirl, Arrow and sometimes Legends Of Tomorrow) delivers its fifth annual cross over event and manages once again to show just how much DC rules the roost on TV (Yes Netflix Marvel shows I’m looking at you).   Bringing in Batwoman, Superman, Lois Lane and all the regular cast, Elseworld is funny, smart,  compelling and never feels baggy across its three episodes. Where as the big screen DC movies (not least the bloated Batman Vs Superman & Justice League) rely on effects and spectacle, the TV show is driven by character and ultimately this means you care. If only DC films could just once in a while see what their TV counterparts are doing Marvel could finally have some competition.  Elseworld is by far the strongest  Arrow-verse cross over yet, expertly sets up next years big event and leaves you wanting more.  What more could you ask.

Best Bit: Barry/Oliver

Watch, Stream, Avoid: Watch

If You Liked this Try: Batman Vs Superman, Justice League, Avengers Infinity War 


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My Favourite… Margot Kidder Film

My Favourite… Margot Kidder Film

My Favourite… Other Cr*p


As death continues it’s relentless march through the gifted and talented of TV and film, My Favourite… celebrates those we have lost by taking a look at a slice of their best work. Well sometimes best, sometimes just the one I like the most.

This time out: My Favourite…. Margot Kidder (1948-2018) Film



Just before the destruction of the planet Krypton, scientist Jor-El (Marlon Brando) sends his infant son Kal-El on a spaceship to Earth. Raised by kindly farmers Jonathan (Glenn Ford) and Martha Kent (Phyllis Thaxter), young Clark (Christopher Reeve) discovers the source of his superhuman powers and moves to Metropolis to fight evil. As Superman, he battles the villainous Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman), while, as novice reporter Clark Kent, he attempts to woo co-worker Lois Lane (Margot Kidder).

Richard Donner’s Superman: The Movie broke ground and set the stall out for ever modern Superhero movie ever made.  In fact it’s so good few, if any, superhero movies have ever come close.  It also made a star out of it’s cast, the late Christopher Reeve (Superman) and a young Margot Kidder who made a generation of fans fall in love with her portrayal of reporter Lane. Long before girl power was a thing, Kidder gave Lane a soul beyond the pages of the comic book.  She remains the best on screen Lois Lane to date.  Sadly her career never lived up to it’s promise but if you are going to be remembered for one thing you could do much worse.


See also: Superman 2, The Amityville Horror




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Avengers Week: The 25 Best… Superhero Films of All Time

Avengers Week: The 25 Best… Superhero Films of All Time

Best... Other Cr*p

In our continuing regular feature, Phil (of Phil’s Quick Capsule Review)  along with podcaster Josh Morris, Writer Mike Parkin, Grosse Point Geek’s Will Strong and Motion Picture Manic Jamie Robinson breakdown the 25 Best Films Of a particular genre… 


This time out: The Best Superhero Films of All Time


The close but no cigar Films: Batman Vs Superman, Thor Ragnarok, Mystery Men



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Justice League – Review Round Up

Justice League – Review Round Up

Other Cr*p

Want to know what the critics think of the latest hot releases but don’t want to have to search for them?  Well look no further as we round up the reviews from 5 of the most influential sources for the latest BIG RELEASE movie.

This time out: JUSTICE LEAGUE 

Overall Critics Say


“It’s messy and flawed but it still offers enough entertainment value (mostly thanks to its likable characters) to make it worthwhile.”- 7.0


” DC’s team up extravaganza is a bust, with a vanilla plot, dire bad guy and largely failed attempts at levity. Worth watching for Wonder Woman, but little more.” – 2/5



” It’s breezily fun at times – but, lumbered with a story that struggles to find resonance beyond its improbable plot devices, Justice League isn’t about to steal Avengers’ super-team crown.” – 2/5


” The film is the definition of an adequate high-spirited studio lark: no more, no less…. Yet the movie is no cheat. It’s a tasty franchise delivery system that kicks a certain series back into gear.”

“Considering the circumstances under which it was produced, Justice League–the long-awaited crossover of the DC film universe’s cornerstone characters–is arguably better than it has any right to be. ” -3.5/5



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