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‘Ready Player One’ Review

Ready Player One. More like, Ready Player Fun. Am I right!?

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“When the creator of a virtual reality world called the OASIS dies, he releases a video in which he challenges all OASIS users to find his Easter Egg, which will give the finder his fortune.”

Nostalgia literally means “wistful desire to return in thought or in fact to a former time in one’s life,” and when you enter the OASIS that’s exactly what you get. The feeling of nostalgia can bring about all sorts of emotions and feelings, some good, some bad, most of the time it brings you back to a “better” time in your life. Enter Ready Player One, the newest Steven Spielberg (yeah that guy) epic based on the 2011 Ernest Cline novel that shares the same name. The world right now is kind of in a pseudo nostalgia phase. Obsessed with once was, things like Stranger Things, IT and now Ready Player One. The thought of going back to maybe a time when things were a little simpler seems to be a trend in Hollywood these days.

So when beloved game maker James Halliday (Mark Rylance) dies, the world is heartbroken. Halliday is responsible for creating the OASIS, and as our hero Wade Watts/Parzival  (Tye Sheridan) puts it “People come to the OASIS for all the things they can do,” and “They stay for all the things they can be.” It is now 2045 and people need an escape from their miserable lives. The world has lost some important resources and people are sick and tired of the dreadful world they live in. You can be anyone you want in the OASIS, big, small, beautiful, a giant, a robot, an orc, anything your imagination can think of. The OASIS gives you the freedom to do so. When he died Halliday left behind an “Easter Egg,” and the first person to find this egg would take over complete control of the OASIS and essentially the future of the world. The wonderful thing about the OASIS is well freedom, like I mentioned, freedom to be and do whatever you can imagine. The possibilities are endless inside this virtual reality, until well an evil corporation is trying to find this egg, so they can run a profit off this game and ruin all the fun for everyone. IOI is this corporation and they are run by Nolan Sorrento (Ben Mendelssohn) and they will ultimately stop at nothing until they find this egg. Halliday was a man who grew up in the 80’s, he loves Atari, War Games the movie, any arcade game you can think of. So when he died, the popular culture within the 80’s blew up, because the more you know about Halliday, the better your chance at finding the egg are. Parzival isn’t alone on his quest to find this egg, his best friend Aech/Helen (Lena Waithe),  the love of his life Art3mis/Samantha (Olivia Cooke), Sho (Phillip Zhao and Daito (Win Morisaki) are all in this hunt together. Together they make the “High Five,” and one hell of a team. The hunt consists of finding three hidden keys, that will lead you to the prize. It had been years since the death of Halliday and not a single key had been found. Not until Parzival stumbles upon a clue that leads him to the Copper Key. From there it’s a race against time, winner take all battle royale if you must to find this egg. There won’t be another movie where you can see King Kong, Chucky, the T-Rex from Jurassic Park and the little twins from The Shinning all make an impact on your movie, and for me, that is pretty special.

When I first walked out of the theatre Wednesday night, I didn’t know how I felt about this movie. I love the novel, I read it twice and I wanted to see it come to life on the big screen. This is Ready Player One the movie, it doesn’t really capture the spirit of the book. Sure it takes the most important elements, but this is not a faithful adaptation and I didn’t know how I felt about that. Because I wanted to see this incredible fun story come to life, but I know adapting a book onto the big screen, especially one like Ready Player One can be extremely difficult. So I needed to go in a second time, so I could just sit back, relax and watch this as a movie. And I must say, I absolutely love Ready Player One.

People will be on the fence with this film, I think you can immerse yourself into this world pretty easily, but others will have a hard time doing so. The references and the amount of characters and easter eggs inside this movie alone are too many to count. Here’s the thing they don’t do it in a way, where it’s just “Hey, look at thing that, I know that!” They aren’t shoving these references down your throat. Everything intertwines perfectly, and I thought Spielberg did an incredible job building this world. I was just caught off guard with how different the movie was from the book, so I was disappointed in that sense. But this is a film review and it’s a pretty damn good movie. No one really knows how to do a great chase scene like Spielberg, and there’s a pretty fantastic one in this, if I say so myself. He has a knack for fast, clean, precise and well shot action, he’s a legendary director and you’re basically giving him the keys to the kingdom here. How he manages to shoot scenes with so much going on and so many pieces and characters all at once, but it feels so natural. You can understand what is going on at all times, and how he was able to pull this off is just remarkable. Whenever we are transported to the OASIS I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen, so inevitably when we are back in the real world, all you want to do is go back, where everything is brighter, faster and way more entertaining.

The cast is great, Tye and Olivia are great leads, and Mendelssohn continues to prove he can play a really good corporate asshole, he’s such a fantastic villain. But you almost learn to love their avatars more then their human counterparts. Especially for a character like Aech, who just had one of the best looking character designs I’ve seen in a movie. Ready Player One is very Spielbergian at times, all the things we love about his movies come to life here, and I’m happy he was the man to tackle this. There are moments of sheer delight, where my face was hurting due to the amount of smiling I was doing. This is more than just a pop culture nostalgia-fest. There’s heart and real life connections to be made. About how reality is real, and you can’t hide forever. That no matter who you are or what you do inside a game or on the internet, none of that really matters, it’s what happens in reality that counts. Reality can be scary, but it can also be great and as James Halliday puts it – the only place to get a decent meal.

Yes it’s a ton of fun, pointing out all the different characters you see, all the songs you recognize, but I think at the end of the day, Spielberg just made a really enjoyable popcorn flick. I think he knows it, and I think that was his main goal. No Oscar bait, no awards, just pure fun and a trip down memory lane. Imagine Willy Wonka decided to created a virtual reality instead of making candy, and he had all the money in the world to do so, that’s what the OASIS is. The more I think about it, the more I fall in love with the movie. I don’t think it’s ground breaking or anything like that, I just think it’s such a fun ride, and if you get on board with it, you’ll love it. My displeasure of them not being more faithful to the book is a nitpick, but one that can’t take away from the actual movie itself. That would not be fair to the movie. It gives me hope that perhaps down the road we will get that adaptation, but for now I am perfectly okay with the version we have right now. It’s a movie about the future but deals a lot with our present and again Spielberg just made another incredible movie. If you like the movie or didn’t like the movie but haven’t read the book, I highly recommend that you give it a try, because it’s an easy, short and super fun read!

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Nate’s Movie Tour Reviews – Ready Player One = 85/100

 

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The NBA Weekly Show!

On Today’s Episode

We finally have the band back together! Kenny hands out the Jordan’s Secret Stuff Award and we discuss if LeAngelo Ball is a worthy NBA draft prospect (00:00-14:15). The carousel that is the NBA playoffs is among us, and we break down the possible match-ups and if it’s a lock for Cleveland and Golden State to meet in the finals (14:15-30:15) This year’s MVP race is tighter than people think, we debate our picks, and how insanely hard it’s going to be picking the first All NBA Team (30:15-41:48) We finish as usual with some NBA Quick Hits (41:48-48:33)

We just wanted to send our love and our congratulations to Jamal Crawford who now holds the record for most losses in NBA history!

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‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ Review

So they made a sequel to Pacific Rim……..

“Jake Pentecost, son of Stacker Pentecost, reunites with Mako Mori to lead a new generation of Jaeger pilots, including rival Lambert and 15-year-old hacker Amara, against a new Kaiju threat.”

I can’t believe it has been 5 years since I sat down in a theatre and was absolutely blown away by Guillermo Del Toro’s incredible Pacific Rim. The man grew up loving monsters and this was a project he wanted to make his entire life. Pacific Rim kind of came out of nowhere, I remember the trailers being really loud and fast paced and I didn’t know that to expect from the film. Once 2013 was all said and done, turns out Pacific Rim was my favourite movie from that year. Guillermo has the ability to craft such poetry on screen. His colour schemes, the Jaeger and Kaiju design were so impeccable, you really felt the passion all over this movie. You could just feel his magical touch all over Pacific Rim, I think that’s what it sets it apart from every other movie like it. Transformers, Battleship, Godzilla, all these movies are just generic in every sense of the word, yet Del Toro managed to create a really beautiful universe within the Pacific Rim realm.

So we had to wait 5 long years to go back into a world that had giant robots fighting lager than life monsters, but this time around, Del Toro was not behind the camera. And for me, this is the biggest weakest of the movie. Steven S. DeKnight fills in. He doesn’t do a horrible job, but that magical touch I was talking about is quite frankly gone. This is what Pacific Rim would look like if someone who wasn’t so passionate about the material made the movie. The biggest flaw of Pacific Rim: Uprising is that it just feels like every other movie. They made a paint by numbers rock em sock em blockbuster. With generic characters and an insanely weak and messy plot. I wanted this movie to be great, but it’s just not a very good film. Instead of building off what Del Toro built, they almost decided to erase all of his work and start fresh and that was a terrible idea.

We pick up 10 years after the events of the first film and the Kaiju are no more. This time around we follow the journey of Jake Pentecost (John Boyega) son of war hero and former Jaeger pilot Stacker Pentecost (Idris Elba), who doesn’t want nor believes that he needs to follow in his fathers footsteps. When a new threat arises, Jake must not only follow in his fathers shoes, but finished what he started. He isn’t alone on this journey, Nate Lambert (Scott Eastwood) and Amara Namani (Cailee Spaeny) are along for the ride. I don’t want to say the acting is terrible, I think the script is just poor. Everyone is trying their best with the material given to them. Boyega remains insanely charismatic, like I’m talking young Dwayne Johnson levels here, but it wasn’t enough. Scott Eastwood is in this movie, that’s all I got to say about that. The big problem for me was they introduced a bunch of kids, and it made it feel too much like Power Rangers. The first one had these mature adults piloting the Jaegers and now we have some really young kids, who aren’t great actors trying to carry this whole movie, and it didn’t work out. We see some old familiar faces with Charlie Day and Burn Gorman as the wacky Kaiju scientists. I will only say this, the worst part of the entire movie is what they did with Charlie Day’s character, I won’t get into it, but my god. One of the worst things I’ve seen in a movie in a very long time. We also get the return of Mako Mori (Rinko Kikuchi), who happens to be Jake’s sister. She is totally misused, which shouldn’t come as a surprise. A total badass turned into an army general, who I felt was in the movie just so we had a familiar face to look at.

There just wasn’t any jaw dropping moments, even the action lacked anything we haven’t seen before. The new looked Jaegers were almost to sleek and slim, it just made them look less realistic. I liked the old, clunky, slow moving but methodical Jaegers from the first. The Hong Kong action sequence is still some of the best stuff I’ve seen on IMAX. There was no moment throughout the entire film where I felt I was getting something new, something revolutionary, which is just really a shame. A lot of it just didn’t make a whole lot of sense, and by the time the good stuff came around, I found myself completely checked out of the movie. The action doesn’t really occur until the final 20 minutes of the movie, and it’s just nothing special. I just wanted them to take what Del Toro started and make a few adjustments and improve on it just a tad. Just take a look below and nothing even comes close to it.

I went in thinking how bad could this movie possibly be? As it turns out, pretty bad. I hate to say it, because you know a ton of work goes into making any movie, but at the end of the day, Pacific Rim: Uprising will go down as one of 2018’s worst. It’s going to bomb at the box-office this weekend, so I have a feeling this will be the last time we get to venture into this world, and that just sucks. Maybe if Del Toro agrees to come back and do a sort of prequel, the guy did just win best director and picture, so I think he has the power to do anything he wants right now. That is the only way we will see Jaegers vs. Kaju in the near future. I know this is a movie about giant robots punching and fighting monsters, and I shouldn’t think so much into it, but when at it’s core is about that, and that thing can’t even satisfy you or entertain you, well something isn’t right. If the plot stinks, the acting is sub-par, and the action doesn’t measure up, well you have a big time failure on your hands. I wanted this movie to be great so badly, I love this world, but it failed massively, and I think this is the end of the Pacific Rim franchise.

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Nate’s Movie Tour Reviews – Pacific Rim: Uprising = 44/100

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A Special Broing Out Edition!

This Week:

In life when you love something, you must set it free. If it comes back, it was meant to be! That’s exactly what has happened with Trust The Podcast. Kenny and Nate are back together and since it’s been awhile, the guys decided to just hang out and catch up.

First up we break down the Madness of March and discuss are god awful brackets (00:00-7:30). Next up, the craze that is Fortnite, and what exactly is Fortnite? (7:30-14:40). We end things talking the NBA. The rollercoaster that is the Western Conference and can the Raptors get past LeBron? (14:40-26:30)

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New ‘Deadpool 2’ Trailer

I wanna see Van Wilder vs Wade Wilson in a rap battle so bad

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Nothing like a little DP action in the morning! On a dull Thursday morning it’s nice to sit back and watch the new Deadpool trailer about 5 times, and bask in all of its glory. With recent rumours swirling about reshoots because the first test showing of this movie was met with just okay reviews. From what I see in this trailer I can’t possibly believe any of those rumours because this all looks great, even without the reshoots.

We all know that Ryan Reynolds was born the play this role, he wanted to make this franchise for as long as I can remember, so I trust in these movies almost more than any other franchise on planet Earth right now. We had a homage to Indiana Jones in the beginning, I feel a little Looper vibe in this trailer, we had it all. Plus Bill Skarsgard, also known as Pennywise The Dancing Clown. You can see him in the background of the photo above actually! Good to see him getting more roles these days, and you can never, ever go wrong with casting Terry Crews in anything.

So Deadpool needs to protect so mutant kid from Cable? I guess that’s the premise of the movie. I’m guessing that kid will have something to do with a bleak and dark future and Cable is coming back in time to put a stop to him before it’s too late. Josh Brolin looks so dope as Cable, I’m so glad we are finally getting a live action version of this character. As for the rest of the trailer, there’s not a lot going on. Dead pool doing donuts in Professor X’s chair, which will be a smash hit GIF, you heard it here first. Some cursing, a lot of heads flying off, and just a ton of good old family fun.

Deadpool 2 can’t get here soon enough, the movie looks bigger and bolder and seems to be building a pretty fantastic universe. I just hope they don’t shovel too much of that stuff down our throats and worry more about world building then telling a great story.

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‘Tag’ Movie Trailer

So this is what Hawkeye has been up to, and yes this is going to be a real life movie.

The simple joys of being a kid. Picking your nose, no worries or responsibilities and most importantly, acting like a complete idiot with your closest group of friends. Remember the game tag? We all played it, it’s what brings us all together at such a young age. Well for some group of friends it has kept them together for the last 30 years. That’s right this is based on a true story about a game of tag that has occurred every month of May for the last 30 years. Jeremy Renner’s character is the best who’s every played and has never been “tagged.”

Seriously, this is going to be a comedy that drops this summer and my god it has such a terrific cast. But the movie itself, well at the least the trailer itself, looks a little weak. A little flat footed if you ask me. None of the jokes seemed to hit me (that’s a tag pun) and the overall concept is just kind of lame.

Like I mentioned the cast is stacked, we all need a little more Hamm in our lives. Jon Hamm does great work in comedies so it will fun to watch him in this, but I don’t know something just didn’t sit well with me. This has all the makings to be a great comedy. All they really need is a strong cast and a decent premise, but most important the jokes need to stick. Rashida Jones and Isla Fisher are even on board and those are two very talented laides.

I don’t want to judge a movie based on a single trailer, heck I know I’ll be checking this out in theatres just for the cast alone. We need more great comedies, but from what one trailer showed us, I don’t think this will be it.

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‘Tomb Raider’ Movie Review

I know it’s not saying a lot, but this is one of the best video game movies ever made

‘Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island where her father disappeared’.

The newest video game adaptation is another Tomb Raider movie, this time directed by Roar Uthaug. I can’t think of a trend in Hollywood that has a worst track record then movies based off video games. There have been plenty throughout my lifetime and for the most part, they all failed in spectacular fashion. With some of them even being regarded as some of the worst movies ever made, so whenever they roll out another one, usually people just roll their eyes and move on. Fool me once, shame on you, but fool me a hundred times, well you should just give up at this point. BUT, there can always be exceptions, and this time around with the new and improved, more grounded Tomb Raider, I must say, I was pleasantly surprised. Remember all the way back in 2001 when Angelina Jolie geared up for her portrayal of the Lara Croft. She actually got two cracks at it, both being met with insanely harsh critics. They can be thought of as some of the last 90’s actions movies ever made. You know, insanely over the top, cheese fest. It was soon after where everything started to become more grounded and serious. These movies were the polar opposite.

It’s simple there’s a new and improved Lara Croft and it’s Alicia Vikander. Going into the movie, people questioned if she was suited to play this role. The movie is based on the rebooted game that came out in 2013, where they detoured away from making Lara a sexual figured and made her just a regular kind of gal. This is a really close adaptation of the 2013 game, and it’s a serious shift from the previous installments. The trailers were decent enough to get me to the theatre to see this. Remember we are talking about a video game movie so I was hesitant to say the least.

So this leads us into the movie itself, this is another origin story for Lara Croft, where she is on a mission to find out what happened to her father. He’s been missing for just over 7 years and when she receives a clue about what was really going on in his life, she embarks on a epic journey to a mysterious island, to help solve a mystery that drove him mad. I thought Alicia who is an Oscar winner was just incredible as Lara. You can tell she obviously put in a ton of work to get in impeccable shape for this role. She’s a mixture of Jason Bourne and Indiana Jones in this movie.  Throughout the movie Lara finds herself in life and death situations and is constantly testing her limits, and as we get deeper into the movie, the bigger hero she becomes. Dominic West plays her missing father, and I thought they played off one another really well. For a video game movie, this actually had a really good cast. Dominic West is a truly gifted actor and I thought he elevated Alicia’s performance. When Lara arrives on the island, well she ends up getting shipped wrecked and she finds herself in a hostage situation. There is a secret and evil company known as “Trinity” who is after the mysterious power that lays dormant on this deserted island. Being held captive by their leader, Mathias Vogel (Walter Goggins), he is only trying to do his job and return home so he can see his own family. It’s been 7 long years on that island and his motives have become corrupt. Walter Goggins is just a straight up professional and throughout the movie, I kept thinking that he was kind of the only person I could see playing this role. He does a great job at playing the asshole, being cocky and an all-around jerk, so once again he pulled that off.

Tomb Raider is a movie based off a video game, which means everything will not be realistic, it’s going to have certain moments that seem unbelievable, or as I like to call them “video game moments,” but that should be expected by everyone. One thing I really dug about this movie, was how they roughed up Alicia throughout the film. She’s surviving a ton of hard falls, escaping improbable circumstances, and even suffering some pretty major wounds. Movies have tendencies to always make the female leads look perfect and pretty regardless of the situation and what has gone on throughout the movie, this wasn’t the case. She was being tested and going through a ton, and as the movie carries on, it takes a toll on Lara and you can sense that on the screen. Some of these things aren’t very realistic, but if you can look past that, you should enjoy this movie. It certainly isn’t perfect, and has major storytelling issues and some horrendous dialogue, but I knew that was going to be the case going in. I went to see this movie, because I wanted to see Alicia’s portrayal of this iconic character. She went all in for this role, it’s obvious and I think at the end of the day, she deserves a ton of credit. This is a Tomb Raider film, things are going to be a little unbelievable, part of the third act, it gets that way, but I definitely thought it was going to get even more silly than it did. If you like the games or have played the Uncharted games, I think you can sit down and enjoy this. It has some pretty cool action sequences, and it’s entertaining enough that seeing it in theatres is worth it. One of the biggest letdowns was having it be in 3D, which served no purpose whatsoever, it took me out of the movie to be honest, so that was one thing I was really disappointed with.

Overall, it’s a fun action/adventure film, that I had a enjoyable time with. It’s not perfect, no video game movie is. It’s not even a great movie, but this movie belongs to Alicia Vikander, and rightfully so. I can’t stress enough, this is a Tomb Raider movie, you need to know what you’re getting into before seeing this movie. I think it’s a good step in the right direction for video game movies and that is really important. I honestly want a sequel just to watch Vikander kick some more ass.

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Nate’s Movie Tour Reviews – Tomb Raider = 68/100

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New ‘Infinity War’ Trailer Is Madness

It’s madness baby, madness – Dick Vitale voice

So it’s March, which means the NCAA tournament is upon us and it’s officially “madness” time. Well the Mad Titan Thanos probably doesn’t care about how busted your bracket is at this point (thanks a lot Arizona), but there’s a whole lot of him in the new Infinity War trailer.

At this point no one needs to be sold on this movie, we all know it’s going to be the comic book event of the decade, well until part 2 rolls around, but in the mean time we have this to look forward too. This just looks incredible, the Russo Brothers actually did it, they some how managed to pull this thing off. So many characters, so little screen time, but some how, they have managed to blend all these heroes together for what appears to be the team up movie of the century.

Thanos appears to be really pissed off, and is on a one way mission to collect all the infinity stones and destroy half the universe in the process. Everyone is accounted for in the trailer and everyone is going to have their “time to shine” or “their moment” in the film. The whole thing looks epic, we are finally getting some death, destruction and a little torture. Stakes are at an all time high, and everyone isn’t making it out alive. The last shot of Captain America squaring off against Thanos like he doesn’t give a shit was fantastic. The cinematography and colour scheme were just magnificent, couldn’t believe how colourful everything was throughout the trailer.

This was it, this was all they needed to do, this movie is going to be here before we know it and it’s going to make billions of dollars. I just pray it turns out as good as the trailers, because if so, we will truly have something uniquely special on our hands.

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‘The New Gods’ Has Found Its Director!

Ava DuVernay is jumping from one mega studio to the next. Disney to Warner Brothers, she is being eyed to direct their New Gods comic book movie!

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Remember back in 2014, when Ava came bursting onto the scene with the critically acclaimed Selma? She virtually came out of nowhere, and scored a whopping 98% on Rotten Tomatoes with that film, and everyone instantly fell in love with this woman. Nominated for best picture at the Oscars and even took home best song that year, the movie was a smash hit and so was Ava.

Now a few years later she’s back on the scene with her latest movie, A Wrinkle In Time. Now this wasn’t met with the same response as Selma, but it was a big, bold, blockbuster type of movie, with a budget of over 100 million dollars. Now it hasn’t performed as well at the box-office as Disney was hoping, but visually it is being praised, and the flaws of the movie are a weak story. Well none of this seems to matter to Warner Brothers, as they are bringing on another woman to direct one of their projects. This time around, it’s The New Gods!

I don’t know a whole lot about The New Gods, but I know they were created by the legendary Jack Kirby in the 1970’s. So yeah, one of the greatest to ever be involved in the comic book industry is responsible for these characters and this story, so you know it’s fantastic. The source material will be great to pluck from, and now we finally might be able to see Darkseid, because you know, they left him out of the Justice League movie. But that’s a whole other conversation that we don’t need to have. There will be a ton of new and interesting characters to cast, and I hope that Warner Bros. is taking this seriously, because they could have a potential home run if this is done correctly. I’m intrigued, I certainly don’t think we need this movie, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want one in my life. This is a property and project that will need to be taken care of in the right manner, and if it isn’t, the whole thing will just fall apart and WB will have yet another flop and failure on their hands.

Didn’t really see Ava’s career going in this direction, certainly not after Selma. But, with what I saw visually from A Wrinkle In Time, she could be the right person to tackle this movie. It needs to be visually different and needs to stand out from anything we have seen before, in terms of a comic book movie. It is unclear whether or not this will be apart of the DCEU. Make sense because by the time this movie comes out, there may not be a DCEU anymore.

Here’s what those bad boys look like!

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‘Christopher Robin’ Trailer.

Hide your kids, because this is actually more terrifying than Pennywise The Dancing Clown.

Imagine sitting peacefully on a park bench minding your own business. Then out of nowhere this thing calls out your name. I would be running as fast as I could to the nearest bunker.

Meet Winnie The Pooh, you know the pantsless bear who loves honey more than anything. Well he’s back in a new live action kind of way. I wouldn’t fully consider this live action, because he’s just a walking, talking stuffed animal, but you get the picture. I don’t know what it is about this bear, but it really scares me. I can’t get over this and why they thought this could possibly be a good idea?

This has a very serious Hook vibe and feeling to it. Remember Hook? Peter Pan grows up and becomes a royal dick to everyone in his life and forgets what it means to be a kid and have fun. Well meet Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) who has zero joy in his life at the moment. So when he is reintroduced to his childhood friend Winnie The Pooh, well it’s up to Pooh and the rest of the gang from the 100 Acre Wood to make him a believer once again. Like most people at one point in my life I loved Winnie. Brings back some memories, it’s hard to forget that loveable voice. So when the trailer came out, I know this was about a week ago, I was shocked by his introduction back into my life. Now it may all make sense once the movie comes out, but if Pooh looks like terrifying, imagine what Owl and Tigger will look like.

I loved Hook, so this will be right up my alley, will just have to put on my big boy pants.

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