The Nerd Corps #465: ‘Good Morning’ Review

The nerds continue on with their reviews looking at the career of Yasujiro Ozu. We’ve looked at films like Floating Weeds and Tokyo Story before. In this episode, we look at another of his color films, Good Morning. Listen to find out what we thought about this film from Ozu!

IMDb Synopsis: “Two boys begin a silence strike to press their parents into buying them a television set.”

The Nerd Corps #464: ‘Eternals’ Review

The nerds finally discuss one of 2021’s entries into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Eternals. ChloĆ© Zhao’s newest film and her long awaited entry into the MCU is here and we talk all about it. How did we feel about the film? Listen and find out all about it!

IMDb Synopsis: “The saga of the Eternals, a race of immortal beings who lived on Earth and shaped its history and civilizations.”

The Nerd Corps #463: ‘Tokyo Story’ Review

The nerds continue on with their reviews of the Japanese filmmaker, Yasujiro Ozu! Last time they discussed his color film, Floating Weeds. In this episode, we discuss one of his most famous works, Tokyo Story. Check out the episode to hear our thoughts!

IMDb Synopsis: “An old couple visit their children and grandchildren in the city, but receive little attention.”

The Nerd Corps #462: ‘Floating Weeds’ Review

Raul and Brad kick off their annual theme where they examine a filmmaker’s filmography that they have either never heard of or have a small amount of knowledge on. They usually spend this month with their fellow friend, Ayden Byrnes. Sadly, Ayden will be unable to join them this month but he is still there in spirit. This month they decided to cover one of Japan’s most acclaimed filmmakers, Yasujiro Ozu. They begin the month with a discussion on his film, Floating Weeds.

IMDb Synopsis: The head of a Japanese theatre troupe returns to a small coastal town where he left a son who thinks he is his uncle and tries to make up for the lost time, but his current mistress grows jealous.

The Nerd Corps #461: ‘Arrival’ Review

The nerds conclude their month on Denis Villeneuve with one more review. They come together to talk about his science fiction film, Arrival. One of Villeneuve’s most acclaimed works. What did they think about this film? Where does it stack up against the other films discussed this month?

IMDb Synopsis: A linguist works with the military to communicate with alien lifeforms after twelve mysterious spacecraft appear around the world.