KSL NewsRadio's Steve Salles and Doug Wright review the movie Boss Baby, an animated film about a newborn child on a mission. They also review the movie T2: Trainspotting, a re-hashing of the original Danny Boyle film about a worked up group of degenerates. And they review the movie Ghost in the Shell about a cyber-enhanced human who the most dangerous criminals in the world in a future earth.
They also run through What's New at the RadBox, and a little Telephone Torture sponsored by Megaplex Theaters
Doug Wright and Steve Salles review the movie the Zookeeper's Wife about building up the resistance in Poland during World War II under the guise of the Warsaw Zoo. They also review the movie Personal Shopper about a woman working as a personal shopper for a celebrity, but starts to have some experiences communicating with spirits.
They also run through the Movie Show Top 10 brought to you by Call Climate Services.
KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright and Steve Salles review the movie Raw, a french movie about a woman exploring her new self upon eating raw meat for the first time. They review The Last Word, a film about a businesswoman who decides to write a book about her life. They also review the movies Life about encountering an alien entity, and Wilson about a middle aged man who discovers he has a daughter he's never met.
They also run though a little Telephone Torture.
KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright and Steve Salles review the movie Power Ranger a rehashing of the 90's classic TV show, where five teens are given extraordinary powers to defeat menacing monsters that threaten their city. Doug and Steve also review Chips, another movie based on a TV show about two new highway patrol officers and their wild antics.
They also run through the Movie Show Top 10 brought to you by Call Climate and What's New at the RedBox
The gang reviews Disney's new, live-action Beauty and the Beast, starring Emma Watson. The movie is charming, as are Doug and Steve.
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Doug and Steve tackle the Belko Experiment, a horror film that is definitely freaky but doesn't necessarily live up to the Horror Movie Maven's standard of excellence. There's a lot of gore in this one, folks.
It's St. Paddy's Day on the Movie Show! Doug and Steve celebrate it by pointing out all the Irish movies their producer hasn't seen (Darby O'Gill and the Little People, anyone?) and trying to decide if Steve's socks count for his St. Patrick's Day green.
Dave and Steve continue their weird discussion about cats and review Kong: Skull Island.
Doug and Steve get into a really weird discussion about cats and the art film, Kedi
Steve Salles and Doug Wright broadcast live from Burt Brothers and review the movies Logan a future X-Men continuation where Logan is hiding with Professor X until all they drawn back out by a new mutant girl arrives, The Shack about a man who spirals into a deep depression causing him to question his innermost beliefs, and A United Kingdom a story set in the 1940s, Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana shocks the world when he marries a white woman from London.
They also talk about what's new at the Redbox and talk about how to become a Smile Maker and tell the story of Reese, a patient at Primary Children's Hospital.
Doug Wright and Steve Salles broadcast live from Burt Brothers where they review the movie Before I Fall, a story of a girl who is stuck reliving her last day during one inexplicable week. Steve and Doug also interview the director Cameron Sawyer and Eddie Perino of the Movie Tim Timmerman, Hope of America, a film about a lazy high school student who believes that the daughter of a U.S. senator is his ticket to attending Yale University and becoming a politician.
They also run through the Movie Show Top 10 and how to become a Smile Maker and Doug tells the story of Matthew who was a patient at Primary Children's Hospital.