• Movies/Entertainment,  Off the Shelf

    Off the Shelf…’Solo: A Star Wars Story’

    In the post-trilogy landscape, there have been some really great Star Wars films that exist beyond the hallowed Episodes IV, V and VI. The Force Awakens, even as a thinly veiled remake of A New Hope is so much fun. Rogue One is the prequel you’ve been looking for, and along comes Solo: A Star Wars Story attempting to flesh out the mythology of everyone’s favorite smuggling scoundrel. Did it work? Let’s just say that in our theatrical review of Solo, we were not very kind (check that out here). But having seen this four times now, I have warmed to this story which is serviceable and quite thrilling in…

  • Interviews,  Movies/Entertainment,  Video Interviews

    Interview…Joonas Suotamo on Playing Chewbacca in ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’

    For the third time in as many years, Finland’s own Joonas Suotamo dons the iconic Wookie get-up to continue playing Chewbacca in a galaxy far, far away. Suotamo, at 7 feet, certainly has the height to play the famous walking carpet, but how about his acting chops? Well, if you somehow thought Chewie was still being played by Peter Mayhew, then you can thank Suotamo’s thespian background for the seamless performance. We got to sit with Suotamo (who has a very Star Wars looking name) to discuss the role, the gestural and non-verbal delivery, his inspirations, and his hard to pronounce last name. I fell in to the trap inadvertently referring…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…Solo: A Star Wars Story

    A long time ago, as the story goes, there was a scruffy-looking space smuggler. Well, this story is about that beloved scoundrel, only younger and he had yet to herd nerfs. So goes Solo: A Star Wars Story. Aside from being a film people may have wanted (but audiences didn’t need), you might have heard stories about directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller leaving the project (from a script by Lawrence and Jonathan Kasdan) and Ron Howard coming aboard. Yup, creative changes certainly abound when putting together a Star Wars story these days. The good news is that the film is steeped in reverence, and a lot of fun. And more…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Screenings

    ALL PASSES CLAIMED – Advance Screening Passes to ‘IN THE HEART OF THE SEA’ in HOUSTON, TX

    Attention: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED – All passes have been claimed. Thanks for your interest in IN THE HEART OF THE SEA. ————————————————————————————————————————————Go,See,Talk is partnering with Warner Bros. Pictures to give film fans FREE passes to a special Advance Screening of IN THE HEART OF THE SEA starring Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy, and Brendan Gleeson. Click the poster below and claim your ticket directly from the WB Tickets website!!  ***Note: sometimes the link doesn’t get you to the ticket page. If that happens, here is the promotional code: ozXtK90880 This screening will take place on Tuesday, December 8 at 7:30 PM These passes are first-come, first-served so be one of the first people to register for your ticket and…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Screenings

    ALL PASSES CLAIMED – Advance Screening Passes to ‘IN THE HEART OF THE SEA’ in DALLAS, TX

    Attention: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED – All passes have been claimed. Thanks for your interest in IN THE HEART OF THE SEA. ————————————————————————————————————————————Go,See,Talk is partnering with Warner Bros. Pictures to give film fans FREE passes to a special Advance Screening of IN THE HEART OF THE SEA starring Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy, and Brendan Gleeson. Click the poster below and claim your ticket directly from the WB Tickets website!!  ***Note: sometimes the link doesn’t get you to the ticket page. If that happens, here is the promotional code: SXmFC24515 This screening will take place on Tuesday, December 8 at 7:30 PM These passes are first-come, first-served so be one of the first people to register for your ticket and…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…Ron Howard’s Rush

    With so many box-office bombs populating cineplexes, it’s really comforting and refreshing to see another Ron Howard film on the big screen. Does anyone realize that there’s been 6 Fast & Furious movies made between Rush and A Beautiful Mind? Guess you can say it takes time to make a quality product, but it’s not to say Howard hasn’t kept busy since his Oscar win. While Howard’s films haven’t all been great, it’s safe to say he’s never made a bad film (we’re gonna cut him some slack and just forget about The Dilema, ok?). That said, when he’s on, he is on and most of his films – specifically the…