Is the “Book of Boba Fett” becoming your favorite hate watch or do you still hold out hope that the Star Wars team at Disney+ can pull things together by the series finale? That and more in today’s mailbag.
Questions abound about the future of physical media and yet there are Imagination Connoisseurs who long for high resolution releases of classic films. Plus, a simple question … what home video format is best?
Special thanks to Imagination Connoisseur Bob Dylan who shared a little action figure story with the PGS this weekend.
Composer/arrangers like James Horner (pictured above) collaborated with filmmakers to help tell stories through music and thematic elements that helped audience connect to characters. Plus more from the mailbag.
Kevin Fiege’s vision of the MCU has paid off handsomely for MARVEL Studios and Disney, but how long can he keep it up? Fans make predictions and offer other ideas in today’s mailbag.
There’s nothing wrong with dreaming and storytelling, is there? If not, try explaining why so many great stories go unread, so many brilliant ideas unheard, and so many dreams unfulfilled. Yes, we have existential letters today on the blog.
Is it just us or is bad news hitting us on Fridays with ever increasing frequency? Imagination Connoisseur Mikeylito takes a look back at some of the stars who’ve recently left us – plus more mail.
How could he not of known? Apparently, the Force was everywhere except within earshot of Luke – just check out how he reacts when he hears about it from old Ben Kenobi. How is that possible? Imagination Connoisseurs want to know that … and more.
Should they have killed off René Belloq in RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK? At least one Imagination Connoisseur thinks the decision was made in haste. Plus more letters from fans.
What do you do when you’re stuck in bed with a cold? Why not catch up on some classic horror and sci-fi and then send in the reviews to ROBSERVATIONS? Plus more letters from other viewers.
The Imagination Connoisseur known as Stubble McShave introduces spy-thriller lovers in the PGS to the “Swedish James Bond” … a man known as Agent Hamilton. Plus more letters from other viewers.
Now that they’ve become major film franchises, do our favorite comic book characters stand a chance? … and other letters.
The fate of our favorite comic book characters and the movies that are taking over their storylines is the subject of some concern. Plus more letters from other viewers.