Something about Aquaman never quite sat right with us, so Tangent 1985 did a deep-dive into the film in the hopes of uncovering why it kinda only mostly works. Enjoy!
Today at Tangent 1985, we take a long drive off a short pier when we discuss the highly questionable and borderline-morally reprehensible Green Book, the worst Best Picture Winner in 15 years!
In the first episode of Tangent 1985’s Best of the Rest, a series devoted to celebrating the greatest works of less-renowned directors, we praise the tense and thrilling 1993 blockbuster, The Fugitive.
Tangent 1985 recently sat down with Ari Aster's Hereditary. When we were finally done freaking out, we put together this in-depth review of the horror masterpiece.
Tangent 1985 tries not to drown watching The Meg. Spoiler alert: Not as exciting as we would have liked. But at least Ruby Rose is in it.
Today at Tangent 1985, our mission, which we eagerly chose to accept, was to review the outstanding Mission: Impossible - Fallout! This episode also features a rapid recap of the M:I franchise!
Today at Tangent 1985, we use our "white voices" to address the timely themes of Boots Riley's exceptional new sci-fi (?!) comedy, Sorry to Bother You!
Today at Tangent 1985, we go subatomic in our (mostly) spoiler-free review of Ant-Man and the Wasp!
We're back with the first episode of Tangent 1985 Season Two! Today, we're taking Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom to task because it's kind of incredibly not good.
Today at Tangent 1985, we get enhanced in our review of Upgrade, the new sci-fi revenge thriller from Leigh Whannell. Spoiler alert: it is vicious fun - a smart, nasty little slice of grindhouse gold!
Today at Tangent 1985, we make the chimichangas with our in-depth review of Deadpool 2.
Nicole Cortazzo and I disagree (for an hour) over Melissa McCarthy's new college-set "comedy," Life of the Party.
This is the one you've been waiting for! Tangent 1985 takes on not only Avengers: Infinity War in today's review, but the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe in our most ambitious review to date.
Today at Tangent 1985, we enter the OASIS and get our nostalgia on with our ambitious review of Ready Player One! As an added bonus, see if you can spot all of the Steven Spielberg Easter eggs hidden throughout the episode.
Hollywood proves they're out of ideas with Truth or Dare, the terrible new "horror" movie from the guy who directed Kick-Ass 2. That's right. Not even the good Kick-Ass.
Start mashing those buttons because today at Tangent 1985 we're talking about Rampage, the newest video game to screen adaptation starring Dwayne Johnson.
We're trying something new at Tangent 1985! Every once in a while, we have differing opinions on the movies we see, so whenever that happens, we're going to change things up by offering you a longform, podcast-styled point/counterpoint review, and we're kicking things off with Tyler Perry's Acrimony!
It's the end of the world as we know it, and Tangent 1985 feels fine in our review of A Quiet Place, which is every bit as good as you've no doubt heard.
Today at Tangent 1985, we're checking ourselves into the psych ward with our In and Out review of the new Steven Soderbergh iPhone-shot thriller, Unsane!
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is on DVD and Blu-ray this week, so to celebrate, Tangent 1985 jumps into hyperspace with our review of the latest chapter from a galaxy far. far away!