The Movie Fixers created this podcast for many reasons. One was so Tony could go on about how much he is disappointed in the prequels. However after so many years does Tony still feel the same? Listen in to find out.
Matt and Tony are joined by Nick Adducci to look at the different aspects of where a movie can fall flat and what role is responsible. Along the way they talk about how audience expectation can influence the viewing experience and why being more critical can help you find a lot more films to enjoy.
Tony takes on a passion project in fixing the first film franchise of his favorite super hero. Matt comes to the rescue narrowing down and pinpointing what fell flat and providing an intriguing new fix.
The snow glows bright on the mountain tonight and the Movie Fixers are here to fix this beloved recent animation classic. Frozen is a good movie with great music, but that doesn’t mean it couldn’t have been BETTER. Sit back and listen as they fix the “villain problem” and play matchmaker with Ana, Elsa, and the fellas.
Also, Olaf is perfect.
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The Movie Fixers are BACK with the 2018 Netflix original The Cloverfield Paradox. Ultimately enjoyable, this movie only needed a “patch job” (Tony’s words). If you’ve been on the fence about watching this sequel, maybe this episode will help you decide.
Next episode: Short Circuit
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