The Hunt for Red October is a classic naval thriller starring Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin in the lead roles. As a big Tom Clancy fan, it’s also one of A.Ron’s favorite films. Does it hold up 30 years later? Join us on the podcast to find out.
OMG! It’s a movie with Sean Connery, David Thewlis, and DRAGONS? What could be better? I’ll tell you what… A movie without Dennis Quaid. ANY movie without Dennis Quaid. Especially a movie without Dennis Quaid sporting a dime-store wig and an accent to match. But here we are. We’ve seen the movie and we have thoughts.
Come watch this movie starring Sean Connery as an EM EFFING DRAGON with us! It’s also got that guy from Harry Potter, that gal from Starship Troopers, and that guy from Footloose. No, not that guy – the other guy. And not that Footloose – the Footloose remake.
Nicolas Cage and Sean Connery in an early Michael Bay action movie? What’s not to love? Club members, come watch The Rock with us!
It’s fair to say that The Rock is a great action movie. That’s why we decided that our first rewrite should be a sequel rather than a true remake of the original film. Trust us, it’s better this way. Though maybe don’t trust us too much because the sequel we came up with is called The Clock… and that’s probably the smartest thing about it.
Welcome to The Rock, and welcome to the first review of Super Serious Film Fest’s “Season of the Cage”. Released in 1996, this modern classic stands as one of Nic Cage’s, as well as Michael Bay’s, finest action movies. It’s not quite the level of Caginess you’re probably looking for but the Season of the Cage is just warming up. Join us next week for The Weather Man.
Special thanks to our buddy Jason Shankel hailing from the Nattercast for commissioning this podcast for the 1986 sci-fi action fantasy film Highlander, directed by Russell Mulcahy and starring Sean Connery and Christopher Lambert. Jason and his friends also did a deep dive on Highlander, so please check that out if you’re looking for a very affectionate and informed take from life-long fans of the franchise. As for us, we thought Highlander was cheesy fun. The film boasts an excellent soundtrack, exciting and varied sets for the extended sword fights, and some of the sturdiest and most interesting fantasy bones to hang a franchise on. We walk away wondering why hasn’t anyone rebooted this?