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Our roving reviewer, Omar, thinks the strong performances, intriguing artistic design and music makes Sylvie’s Love worth watching.

The Man from Atlantis (1977-78)

It only lasted one season, the main character swam kinda funny, and the stories were a little “out there” but who didn’t love MAN FROM ATLANTIS when it aired in the 70s? Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you remember about this classic, 70s action-adventure show.

Ethan Hawk joins MOON KNIGHT while WANDAVISION brings back the 50s! (#598)

Ethan Hawke is set to play the “big bad” in the MOON KNIGHT series which will be streaming on Disney+. We discuss this breaking news and more, plus letters and Superchats from viewers on this episode of ROBSERVATIONS with your host, Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett.

Questioning everything – from getting lost in The Fog to the Invisible College … and more letters.

From UFOs to how our traditional heroes are portrayed in popular media – everything we think we know is in question. Is that a good thing or not?

From UFOs to how our traditional heroes are portrayed in popular media – are we really understanding what’s going on around us? Imagination Connoisseurs question everything – let us know what you think in the comments section.

Back to the Future (1985)

The life-changing (and time-changing) adventures of Marty McFly in BACK TO THE FUTURE is often described as “a perfect movie.” Leave us your 3 word review.

Is this how DUNE stays within six degrees of Kevin Bacon? (W.A.M. #112)

You know what you can never have enough of in a horror movie? WORMS! And bacon, especially when it’s Kevin Bacon. Join co-hosts Elysabeth Gwendolyn Belle and Robert Meyer Burnett as they review TREMORS and dig up all the good dirt to share with their fans!

That didn’t take long … Chris Evans is back as Captain America! (#597)

Deadline reports Chris Evans is in talks to return to the MCU. Is that a good idea? We discuss this and more, plus letters and Superchats from viewers on this episode of ROBSERVATIONS! Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, serves as your Duke of Dope Discourse (among other things).

Questions about the business of movie-making – and a special request for WINE-ning About Movies.

Imagination Connoisseurs send in questions about sea changes in the film industry and a request from one fan for a special film screening during an upcoming episode of WINE-ning About Movies.

Not everything is perfect in Perfection, Nevada. Did you just feel something?

Imagination Connoisseur Thomas Bartholdi tells us about a picturesque vacation spot known as Perfection, Nevada. It’s secluded, inexpensive and people are literally dying to go there. What could possibly go wrong …?

Has Netflix’s 2021 slate of films made the studios irrelevant? (#596)

What has NETFLIX done? They’ve just announced a schedule of new releases that appear to be dropping a new film every week of the year. Yikes! What are the studios going to do now? Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look.

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Mannix (1967-75)

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Do you remember Mike Connors and Gail FIsher in MANNIX? It was one of the most physically demanding and violent private eye shows of the 60s. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you remember.

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Disruption seems to be the order of the day. With delays vexing the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, the movie exhibition industry is remaining shuttered which is putting stress on studios trying to re-schedule their blockbuster releases (many of whom had been re-scheduled at least once from their original release dates in 2020). Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look.

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Blazing Saddles (1974)

Blazing Saddles (1974)

Mel Brooks gave the world an irreverent look at Western tropes with BLAZING SADDLES. By today’s standards, the humor in this film may offend – but that’s kinda the point. Leave your 3 word review and tell us why you ride a blazin’ saddle.

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Just what does Marvel Studios have in mind by putting Elizabeth Olsen/Paul Bettnay starrer, WANDAVISION, on Disney+ next week? What does it mean for the MCU on the streamer and future feature films in coming years? Writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, takes a closer look.

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The life-changing (and time-changing) adventures of Marty McFly in BACK TO THE FUTURE is often described as “a perfect movie.” Leave us your 3 word review.

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Goodfellas (1990)

Quite possibly the best movie about the Mob in Hollywood history, GOODFELLAS is a violent love letter to the “bad old days” of La Cosa Nostra in 60s – 70s New York City. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

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Co-hosts, Robert Meyer Burnett (in Hollywood) and Dieter Bastian (all the way from Saarbrücken, Deutschland), welcome special guest Cliff Stephenson to the show and talk about special features and extra content typically found on the DVDs and Blu-Rays of our favorite movies and TV series.

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The Wonderful World of Disney (1968-79)

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The Burnettwork is pleased to present the entries to its first film festival event: The Intergalactic Imagination Connoisseurs’ Film Festival. Over seventy entries were received and are currently being evaluated for final selection.

On December 25, 2020, The Burnettwork will present its final selections for the IICFF which will be judged by industry professionals in early January.

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This is content produced by fans for fans – all part of the community refer to as The Post-Geek Singularity. We cover everything from fan fiction to commentary about the entertainment industry and the franchises we love. Join in the fun and get involved. After all, every Imagination Connoisseur has a story to tell – and this is the perfect place to tell it.

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The Man from Atlantis (1977-78)

The Man from Atlantis (1977-78)

It only lasted one season, the main character swam kinda funny, and the stories were a little “out there” but who didn’t love MAN FROM ATLANTIS when it aired in the 70s? Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you remember about this classic, 70s action-adventure show.

read more
Questioning everything – from getting lost in The Fog to the Invisible College … and more letters.

Questioning everything – from getting lost in The Fog to the Invisible College … and more letters.

From UFOs to how our traditional heroes are portrayed in popular media – everything we think we know is in question. Is that a good thing or not?

From UFOs to how our traditional heroes are portrayed in popular media – are we really understanding what’s going on around us? Imagination Connoisseurs question everything – let us know what you think in the comments section.

read more
Back to the Future (1985)

Back to the Future (1985)

The life-changing (and time-changing) adventures of Marty McFly in BACK TO THE FUTURE is often described as “a perfect movie.” Leave us your 3 word review.

read more
Mannix (1967-75)

Mannix (1967-75)

Do you remember Mike Connors and Gail FIsher in MANNIX? It was one of the most physically demanding and violent private eye shows of the 60s. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you remember.

read more
Goodfellas (1990)

Goodfellas (1990)

Quite possibly the best movie about the Mob in Hollywood history, GOODFELLAS is a violent love letter to the “bad old days” of La Cosa Nostra in 60s – 70s New York City. Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you think.

read more
Blazing Saddles (1974)

Blazing Saddles (1974)

Mel Brooks gave the world an irreverent look at Western tropes with BLAZING SADDLES. By today’s standards, the humor in this film may offend – but that’s kinda the point. Leave your 3 word review and tell us why you ride a blazin’ saddle.

read more
The Wonderful World of Disney (1968-79)

The Wonderful World of Disney (1968-79)

In the 60s, Sunday nights belonged to Disney. Initially used to help sell color TVs to American consumers, by the late 60s, Disney’s only competition came from the 60 MINUTES news magazine and annual telecasts of THE WIZARD OF OZ. Do you remember Disney’s “Wonderful World” program on Sunday nights? Leave your 3 word review and tell us what you remember.

read more
The Rocketeer (1991)

The Rocketeer (1991)

Reliving the classic tropes of the 1930s and 40s movie serials, THE ROCKETEER blasted onto screens in 1991 but never seemed to break through with audiences. Leave your 3 word review and tell us why.

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Se7en (1995)

Se7en (1995)

Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in Se7en, and hunt down a serial killer using the seven deadly sins as motivation. What will it take to motivate you to leave a 3-word review?

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The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

Arguably the best of the Star Wars movies, THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK is full of action, adventure and, quite possibly, one of the biggest plot twists in the history of cinema. Let us know what you think of this movie with a non-spoilery, three-word review.

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Quick takes on new movies.

Quick takes on new movies.

Imagination Connoisseur, Omar 94, has been busy over the holidays. He shares his first impressions on MIDNIGHT SKY, MAN, MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM and NOMADLAND with the Post-Geek SIngularity here.

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Planet of the Apes (1968)

Planet of the Apes (1968)

When it hit theaters in 1968, PLANET OF THE APES took people’s breath away. Tell us what you thought of it in a 3-word review …

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Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Captain America: Civil War (2016)

The Captain America movies in the MCU have been tight, action/espionage films and CIVIL WAR does not disappoint. Tell us what you think of it in just three words …

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Batman (1966)

Batman (1966)

Holy Prime Time! The Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder were a big hit in the 60s with the BATMAN TV show starring Adam West and Burt Ward. Give us your 3-word review …

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