Stunt Granny Presents: We Watch Stuff Podcast #3

April 2015?!?

Yes after a week off to deal with lightning damage Jeremy and Shahid are back. You would expect the guys to catch up on two weeks’ worth of television and movies but why bother? Seriously, the Game of Thrones season finale was this past Sunday. How did the season play out? Were the final two episodes of season four worth the hype? What patriarchal decision didn’t make much sense? Why does HBO insist of being cheap and making only ten episodes of this series anyway? Should HBO finally stop being tightwads and increase the number of episodes? If so, what is the right amount? How can we all survive until next April waiting for season five? Find out by simply clicking the link or downloading the show.

Jeremy’s One Paragraph Movie Review: Oblivion (2013)

WEK_Oblivion_0419Normally these reviews avoid spoilers but in talking about everything wrong with “Oblivion” it is near impossible. What an absolute let down.  The movie trailer was pretty much perfect. It didn’t give much away. It featured a lot of Tom Cruise and had plenty of mystery. Then you watching this garbage movie and realize the trailer was just as disjointed and confusing as this movie.  So aliens come to Earth and battle people and start mining the planet for power or something. It is incredibly obvious from the first scene that the humans did not win the war and the aliens are manipulating Tom Cruise and his companion. The timeline does not lend itself to the technological advances and as soon as you see the computer commander, you realize she is the bad guy.  But that isn’t enough. Tom Cruise has dreams of a different life even though his memories had been erased. They are of a strange woman and he proposes to her in a romantic fashion. So you get this added relationship and romantic entanglements that are totally unnecessary. Why are his memories erased? Who knows? As it turns out Tommy is actually a clone and everything he knows is not as he was told or something.  Wait, yes I did say he was a clone. Why? Your guess is as good as mine. The movie makes no sense and has zero drama. Morgan Freeman is there because he is Morgan Freeman and apparently Ernie Hudson’s voice wasn’t smooth enough.  What an absolute waste of two hours.  -Jeremy

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