Reviews from the Post-Geek Singularity

Every Imagination Connoisseur has an opinion – hey, that’s the “connoisseur” part, right? Fortunately for us, members of the Post-Geek Singularity are usually more than happy to share their thoughts on their favorite movies, TV series, actors, comics, artists, directors, books and music.

And we want to hear their stories – so we publish them here.

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MIDNIGHT RUN may have helped define the “action comedy” genre.

As a tribute to the career of actor Charles Grodin, Imagination Connoisseur Aaron Johnson provides this re-cap and review of MIDNIGHT RUN an action comedy starring Grodin and acting legend Robert De Niro.

A thriller worth the wait.

A thriller worth the wait.

Jason Webster, a frequent reviewer of Asian cinema for The Burnettwork, shares his thoughts the K-film thriller, RECALLED, starring Seo Ye-Ji and Kang Woo-Kim. Read his review to learn more.

This 1980 remake is no “flash” in the pan.

This 1980 remake is no “flash” in the pan.

It may not have taken the universe by storm when it was released, but Imagination Connoisseur, Jason Webster, explains why FLASH GORDON has continued to build a huge following of devoted fans – even 40 years following its release.

Read his review to learn more.

Not just another day at the office …

Not just another day at the office …

Bruce Willis stars as a tired cop in an impossible situation and all he’s got is his gun and courage. Sounds like a DIE HARD sequel, doesn’t it? Our reviewer Omar, thinks Willis’s 16 BLOCKS could be a “postlude” to the DIE HARD saga. Or just another fun thrill-ride.

As Disney films go, this one is dog gone good.

As Disney films go, this one is dog gone good.

A Disney animation classic from the early 60s, 101 DALMATIANS has a lot of things other Disney animated films of the period didn’t – Walt Disney’s disdain. Our reviewer Omar, disagrees with Uncle Walt and says 101 DALMATIANS is one of the best animated films ever produced by the studio.

MANK is no Citizen Kane

MANK is no Citizen Kane

The Burnettwork’s Millennial film critic, Omar, had a hard time getting into the story behind MANK. It looked great and had terrific performances but where did things fall short?

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.

Tarantino’s KILL BILL movies are a cut above the rest

Tarantino’s KILL BILL movies are a cut above the rest

Imagination Connoisseur, Philip Alvarez, sings the praises of Quentin Tarantino’s epic two-parter, KILL BILL: Vol 1 & 2 – which were featured on the 100th episode of WINE-ning ABOUT MOVIES. Strap on your favorite katana and get ready for an all-out celebration of this chop-saki goodness.

A little love for the Hobbit movies …

A little love for the Hobbit movies …

Imagination Connoisseur, Vesna Lukic, has a confession to make – she prefers Peter Jackson’s HOBBIT trilogy over the LORD OF THE RINGS series of films. But before the PGS devolves into its own version of the War of Five Armies, be sure to read Vesna’s critique of the Hobbit films.