This 1990’s psychological horror film centers on a group of Chicago medical students who repeatedly end their lives and then are resuscitated to see what is on the other side. With an all-star cast and a compelling concept – our hosts dig into what is to like and leave in this week’s review.
A film that was widely panned, and led to the fall from grace for the Wachowskis of Matrix fame. As much as it received negative press, in recent years the film has received a cult following. How did our hosts feel about this controversial film? Find out this week!
This iconic 2014 action movie finally makes it to Cup of Tea Reviews this week! A leader in the action genre, find out what worked and didn’t in this week’s review of John Wick.
Every once in a while, our hosts stumble into a great movie by accident. This week, our hosts check out The Harder They Fall (2021) and incredible Western with a great look and feel. Find out everything to love in this week’s review!
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As we enter our second year, we are revisiting the classic good-bad movies that got us into the genre. Leading off is The Running Man (1987), starting a young Arnold Schwarzenegger and Richard Dawson giving it his all. Did this film stand the test of time?
This week we take a look at a fantasy adventure film from the 80’s. It follows a hunky block of wood who can talk to animals. He uses his powers to overthrow an evil wizard. Was this a silly mess that turned out to be a lot of fun or a silly mess that was just a drag? listen to our three minute review below…
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This student/mentor racing story is set in the world of NASCAR and Tom Cruise and Robert Duvall have a great dynamic on screen. While there were some ups and downs, some great scenes and solid racing kept our hosts engaged in this fast-paced flick.
Jean-Claude Van Damme once again graces the podcast in Lionheart (1990), a film that reprises many of the beats of Van Damme’s breakout piece – Bloodsport. While there were compelling elements, too much didn’t work here to win our hosts over.
John Carter is a book adaptation that, like other book adaptations in the big-budget genre, misses on several levels. This week, our host look at this $300M+ piece which flopped at the box office and ended Sci-Fi projects across Hollywood for years.
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This week our hosts took on Won Ton Ton a film attempting to parody the animal craze in Hollywood during the 1920’s. The film came to Cup of Tea via Michael’s father – Rich – who saw the movie countless times when he worked in a movie theatre in high school. It wouldn’t have felt right to watch it without him, so this week Cup of Tea welcomes a special guest host, Rich Horecki, to see how the picture stood up decades later!