The Finest Hours and Kung Fu Panda 3 – Midnight Screenings

Special guest Nash Bozard joins Brad to talk about the Chris Pine flick The Finest Hours, plus Kung Fu Panda 3.

Special guest Nash joins Brad to review The Finest Hours!

Special guest Nash joins Brad to review Kung Fu Panda 3!

About thecinemasnob

Brad Jones portrays The Cinema Snob, a pretentious film snob who is stuck with reviewing Z-Grade exploitation flicks of the past.

9 comments

  1. You guys kept saying Chris Pines and I kept thinking, Chris Pratt. Made the upper review all the more hilarious.

  2. Wow, my friend was right. When we saw the trailer, my friend said “That looks boring”.

    I’ve already seen most of the reviews for Kung Fu Panda 3.

  3. Hooray!! Just realized you guys have never done something together and have really wanted you to so I’m super happy!! 🙂 I didn’t watch your Finest Hours review as I need to see the movie knowing very little. But I watched the Kung Fu Panda 3 review…but I don’t think I’ll watch it as I’m tired of DreamWorks. They’re always using that 2-D style I think even the show

    I’m super pumped for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies!!!!! And I’ve got a friend whose super pumped for Hail Caeser. Funny how that works out

    14;52 you broke Nash!!!
    15;12 getting hauled out of there by big scary guards is the least of your troubles; imagine if you were earshot of some easy to offend mother. Ever had any problem from fellow movie patrons, especially kid films?

    Really enjoyed this and super glad to see Nash and his awe-inspiring, ever-fabulous hair. It always steals the show 🙂

  4. MidnightScreeningsman2014

    Nice to know you guys liked Kung Fu Panda 3 and the 2d animation switxhf from that back to 3d it happened in the first two movies so eh why not that movie. Also J.K Simmons as the villain seemed to be !generic and something that would just be a generic villian and I’m glad my speculation. Seeing it tommorow so glad you guys weren’t too spoilere on of and I did are that pooping eggs part in a trailer so expected that to come and super excited for it!!!!!!

    As for The Finest Hours, that movie what was it about again uh probably just nothing and I’ll probably see the finest hoe instead. Oh that’s not the !movie OK I’m skippin it.

  5. i was a little confused when you mentioned that Dreamworks movies are “becoming formulaic”– only because you used How to Train Your Dragon as an example. Like, yeah, I can see how Kung Fu Panda became formulaic. But Httyd? That’s a big example of a franchise where the sequel was much DIFFERENT from the first, not similar. And I thought that was a pretty agreed-upon thing, too?

  6. Yeah, Kung Fu Panda 3 was a bit formulated, but I still love it.

  7. To me, Kung Fu Panda 3 was a fine last trilogy’s movie.
    It felt ‘right’ for an Ending… whatever there are more movies in that series or not.

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