The Mandalorian Season 2 is rumored to bring back a number of animated Star Wars characters into live action. In the lead up to the live action appearance of Ahsoka Tano we revisit the final four episodes of The Clone Wars covering the events of Order 66 from a different perspective, Darth Maul wrecking shop (more…)
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Judge Dredd brought the classic 2000 AD comic was first bought to life in live action though the 1995 Sylvester Stallone movie. As far as a Judge Dredd movie it’s…pretty far off the mark but not without some interesting world building and cod pieces. Some even consider it a cult classic. Some people think it’s (more…)
Mission Impossible 3 is the often forgotten entry in the series. Considered the big break for J.J. Abrams and coming out in the bizarre couch jumping era of Tom Cruises career it fleshes out the series in interesting ways and in many ways sets things back on for the franchise. Also, Phillip Seymore Hoffman so (more…)
Mission Impossible 2 is such a bizarre follow up to the first entry. Sure it has a lot of the series staples including masks, espionage and Tom Cruise but the John Woo centric action and wonderful Tom Cruise hairstyle makes it the black sheet of the family. I mean it has some redeeming qualities sure, (more…)
Mission Impossible from 1996 acted as a full reboot to classic series and kick started a new Tom Cruise movie franchise that’s still around to this day. The Brian De Palma directed project popularized some series staples such as face masks, big stunts and the evolution of Tom Cruises hair. This is our Caravan Of (more…)
Mulan 2020 has hit Disney Plus BUT FORGET THAT LIVE ACTION REMAKE because the 1998 animation is where it’s at. Telling an epic tale tacking the patriarchy in ancient China it sees Mulan tackle the Hun killing most of them and saving a nation. This is our Caravan Of Garbage review!
To wrap up our Nolanpaloza (his words) we revisit the 2014 sci-fi epic Interstellar. Starring Matthew Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine it sees the future of humanity threatened by a global catastrophe so they go into space and time dilation and wormholes and stuff like that. Pretty full on. Thanks for (more…)
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Get ready for Bayos and Bayhem. It’s Transformers Dark Of The Moon time. And how dare they quite frankly. Thanks for the support!
We’re back for the second entry in the Transformers franchise. It’s not a good movie. Thanks for the support.
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Pacific Rim 2013 was a movie that brought to cinemas the promise of giant robots vs giant monsters. And boy does it. That being said it was a franchise that never entirely took off despite a full blown sequel and a variety of planned spin-off materials. However how does it hold up in 2020? We (more…)
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Reign Of Fire is an oft forgotten but somewhat pioneering action fantasy movie from 2002. Set in the distant future of 2020 it pits Christian Bale and Matthew McConaughey against an army of full on fire breathing dragons. The movie is something else in terms of scale, VFX work and action sequences. But does it (more…)
To complete our Zack Snyder DC trilogy starting with Man Of Steel then moving on to Batman V Superman we’ve finally hit upon Justice League 2017. Or as some have come to know it, Josstice League. Is it bad? Yes. But does it have some redeeming qualities? I mean if you twisted my arm I (more…)
Next up on the Zack Snyder DC Comics trilogy is Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice the Ultimate Cut. Some consider it one of the greatest cinematic events in history other believe it to be a massive misstep. All opinions are valid but yours is the best we agree with you. This is our Caravan (more…)
In the lead up to the Zack Snyder Cut of Justice League we’re going to be covering his DC trilogy with Man Of Steel, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Justice League. We’re kicking things off with the 2013 movie that started it all staring Henry Cavill as Superman, Michael Shannon as General Zod, (more…)
We are back to cap off our Pierce Brosnan James Bond review with what is considered the worst in the series, 2002’s Die Another Day. This time he tangles with a British guy who’s really a Korean guy, there’s a man with diamonds in his face, Halle Berry makes her first and final apperance as (more…)
We’re back for another Pierce Brosnan James Bond classic, The World Is Not Enough from 1999. This time the villain has a bullet in his brain but that apparently is a good thing. We also get the return of Robbie Coltrane, Sophie Marceau as Elektra King and who could forget Denise Richards as Dr Christmas (more…)
We are back to review the second film in the Pierce Brosnan James Bond series. 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies featuring Michelle Yeoh, Teri Hatcher and a man who wants to take over the world but with newspapers. How does it stack up to Goldeneye? Not as good. But how does it stack up to whatever (more…)
We’re finally here. Before we get Daniel Craig’s final Bond performance in No Time To Die let’s revisit the Pierce Brosnan James Bond series. Starting with Goldeneye from 1995 as well as the 1997 N64 video game. How does his debut entry stack up to review now a quarter of a century on? Let’s all (more…)
We are back to cover the final live action Scooby-Doo movie there ever was and will ever be, Scooby-Doo 2 Monsters Unleashed. Again starringMatthew Lillard, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr, Linda Cardellini and Neil Fanning as Shaggy, Daphne, Freddy, Velma and Scooby, this time creatures from the past return to haunt the gang so (more…)
In a shocking twist of events the Scooby-Doo films from 2002 and 2004 edged out Goldeneye to become this week”s Caravan Of Garbage review. Starring Matthew Lillard, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr, Linda Cardellini and Neil Fanning as Shaggy, Daphne, Freddy, Velma and Scooby they embark on a dangerous adventure to something island because (more…)
It’s been a very long exhausting month. Referring to us having to watch every Fantastic Four movie for Caravan Of Garbage leading us to the 20th Century Fox 2015 flop. Directed by Josh Trank (sort of) the production was plagued with troubles including fist fights on set, dogs destroying a home, costly re-shoots, studio interference (more…)
It’s really great to definitely say that this is probably the best Fantastic Four movie by default. So here we are, Rise Of The Silver Surfer from 2007. With the whole cast returning and the plot centered around Chris Evan’s Johnny Storm malfunctioning and the cosmic threat of Galactus portrayed as a giant cloud. All (more…)
We are back on our quest to review every Fantastic Four movie, this week it’s the 2005 blockbuster. With the all star cast of Chris Evans as Johnny Storm aka The Human Torch, Jessica Alba as The Invisible Woman, Michael Chiklis as The Thing, Ioan Gruffudd as Mr Fantastic and Australia’s own Julian McMahon as (more…)
The first genuine shot at a live action Fantastic Four movie didn’t come in 2005 but with Roger Corman’s The Fantastic Four 1994. After completion and without the knowledge of the director, actors and composers the whole project was buried, never to see the light of day. Until it was leaked in the early 2000’s. (more…)
Westworld on HBO is now into season three which began in 2016 (or as we call it the past). The idea of Wsetworld though began in the 1973 Michael Crichton directed classic western. Starring Yul Brynner, James Brolin and Richard Benjamin. In a lot of ways it set the tone for many sci fi classics (more…)
Star Trek: Picard is all about space and the Borg and space but also bringing back an old Enterprise captain. JUST LIKE THE MOVIE STAR TREK GENERATIONS from 1994. Captain Kirk and Captain Picard together at last. This is our Caravan Of Garbage review.
In anticipation of Doom Eternal we take a look at the first Doom movie from 2005 (yes there’s two) starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Karl Urban and Rosamund Pike. It really held the bar in terms of video game adaptations and by that I mean because it’s not very good. Thanks for listening!
To cap off The Mummy Trilogy we”re taking a look at the third entry, Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor. With the return of Brendan Fraser’s Rick O’Connell and not Rachel Weisz as Evie the team set off to China in order to stop an ancient terracotta warrior played by Jet Li. All in all, it’s (more…)
Hot off the heels of our review of The Mummy 1999 comes a look at the sequel, The Mummy Returns from 2001. With the returning cast including Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz plus the inclusion of Dwayne “The rock” Johnson in his first movie role. It’s bigger in so many ways but also not as (more…)
With the Sonic The Hedgehog movie hitting cinemas now is the absolute prefect and hopefully only time to visit the 1993 cult classic, Super Mario Bros the movie. This is our Caravan Of Garbage review.
Birds Of Prey 2019 aims to bring a big screen adaptation of the characters to the big screen. Before we review that back in 2002 a live action TV adaptation hit screens lasting 13 episodes. In a post Batman and Joker world it follows Huntress, Oracle, Black Canary (sort of) up against Harley Quinn. Anyways (more…)
We’re back to finish Star Wars: Clone Wars from 2003 -2005 the original bridge between Attack Of The Clones and Revenge Of The Sith. Brought again to life by Genndy Tartakovsky this longer form series follows Anakin Skywalker and Obi Wan Kenobi plus the kidnapping of Emperor Palpatine by General Grievous into the hours leading (more…)
The Mummy 1999 is considered a classic action adventure film. Brendan Fraser, Rachael Weisz, John Hannah and a villainous Arnold Vosloo battle to get a book or read a book and so on etc. Anyways, does it hold up? This is our Caravan Of Garbage review. Thanks for watching. Or listening if you’re doing that.
The Brandon Routh/Christopher Reeve Superman returns for Crisis On Infinite Earths, a sequel of sorts to Superman Returns which is a sequel of sorts to Superman The Movie and Superman 2. Anyways this week’s review for Caravan Of Garbage is Superman Returns and boy did they make it. Thanks Bryan Singer. You f#*kwit. And thank (more…)
Emperor Palpatine is returning for Star Wars Episode 9 The Rise Of Skywalker. But in 1991 Dark Horse comics released a sequel to the original trilogy that had The Emperor clone himself to go up against Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo. Before we had Dark Rey we got Dark Luke Skywalker, plus the (more…)
Jumanji: The Next Level marks the third film in the Jumanji franchise. Or should I say…FOUTH?!? This is our review of the 2005 Jon Faveau sci-fi adventure Zathura, his precursor to Iron Man and a sequel to the 1995 classic starring Robin Williams. Sort of. It might be a spin-off. We talk about it. Caravan (more…)
In anticipation for conclusion of the saga, Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, we take a special look at an incredibly painful piece of Star Wars history, the 1985 animated series Droids. Also do the modern films borrow from this old series? I mean maybe?
Frozen 2 is finally hitting cinemas in 2019, I’ve read a review and that person seems to like it. But how does Frozen 2013 stack up with it’s enormous soundtrack, breakthrough animation, comedy, dancing, outfits, sisters, snow and starring the likes of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad. Anyways, here’s our Caravan (more…)
To mark the release of Star Wars The Mandalorian on Disney Plus we take a look back and review three Boba Fett central episodes of The Clone Wars. Death Trap! R2 Come Home! Deception! Come with us on this wild adventure that involves assassination, Mace Windu, Anakin Skywalker, Clone Troopers, different haircuts and more. Thanks (more…)
Michael Bay may be commonly known for producing borderline unwatchable Transformers movies but did you know in 2001 he directed a borderline unwatchable Pearl Harbor film with Ben Affleck? So in preparation for Roland Emmerich’s Midway we revisit and review Pearl Harbor in all its glory. The action scenes, the love triangles, the golden skin (more…)
Terminator: Dark Fate sets to pick things up after T2: Judgement Day BUT before this happened it had another sequel in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. The 2008 TV series recast the roles of John and Sarah Connor to continue their war against Skynet. How does this cancelled series hold up over a decade on? (more…)
Before Damon Lindelof brought his Watchmen sequel to HBO Zack Snyder tackled seemingly the impossible with an adaption of Alan Moore’s Watchmen in 2009. Ten years on does it still hold up? In many ways yes but in some ways no. This is out Caravan Of Garbage review, thanks for listening.
Zombieland 2009 is finally getting a sequel in 2019’s Zombieland 2 Double Tap. The whole cast returns including Woody Harrleson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin and whilst we wait on the review GET THIS RIGHT! There already was a sequel in 2013 with a Zombieland 2013 Amazon pilot that was immediately cancelled. Is (more…)