Manish Mathur (@TheManish89) is your guide through the genre films of M. Night Shyamalan, leading up to the release of his new film, Glass. For episode seven, Manish welcomes Shah (@theshahshahid) on to discuss 2010's The Last Airbender, the live action adaptation of the beloved animated series. Yes, it's one of the lowest of low points for Shyamalan, but is there anything of worth in this much-ridiculed film? Listen and hear their thoughts.
This week Marcus heads to Fort Knox and finds the quintessential Bond film.
On the act of self-actualization in the first two films of Shyamalan’s trilogy.
Even with an ambitious opening and a phenomenal performance from Marlene Dietrich, this mystery is ultimately middle-of-the-road Hitchcock.
Bond and Marcus return, for more action and suaveness!
A look at the charming and visually inventive romantic comedy from Hitchcock’s silent era.
Marcus begins his journey of watching the adventures of 007 for the first time.
While this early film from Hitchcock has hints of where his career was headed, it’s one of his least compelling efforts.
It’s no surprise how much we’re into Into the Spider-Verse.
Fame makes a man take things over. Fame lets him loose, hard to swallow.
One of Hitchcock’s last films, Topaz is an overlong but often exciting spy thriller.