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Welcome to D54! The home of Amit, Sunny and Dennis. Expect film and TV reviews from the new and old. We'll also throw in some banter, throwbacks, obscure cultural references, randomness and a of bunch of laughs to keep you entertained.

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Bramayugam Full Review
<p>Amit and Kathy from CinemondoPodcast got the chance to watch the much anticipated Bramayugam! Here is our spoiler review where we break down how much we loved this sensational horror movie! #malayalammovie #mollywood #mammootty </p>
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Drishyam (2013)
<a href="youtube.com/@d54pod">YouTube</a> <p>-----</p> <p>Amit introduces Doug to the world of Malayalam cinema, as we review perhaps the most influential Malayalam movie ever, Drishyam (2013). We open up by firstly going through Doug&#39;s first impressions of Drishyam, before talking about everything we loved about this movie. We discuss the performances of the cast, and most importantly the legendary actor Mohan Lal, as well as how the narrative is drawn out, the relatability of this movie, and of course the twists and turns we take during this movie. All that plus the epic climax. Stay tuned till the end for our final D-Scale rating. #mohanlal #malayalammovie <br></p>
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Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam
<p>D54 goes where Mammotty leads as we review the dreamlike and deeply engrossing Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam (2022). We discuss Mammootty’s amazing dual performance as James and Sundaram, his prolific output at age 71, and his unparalleled range. We try to solve the unsolvable mystery at the heart of this film, while admiring the gorgeous cinematography and how masterfully director Lijo Jose Pellissery brings to life the world and inhabitants of a rural village in Tamil Nadu. This film delivered an experience that mesmerised and lingered with us. Is this another instant Malayalam classic?</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify <br></p>
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The Fablemans
<p>In this weeks episode, Amit and Doug discuss the critically acclaimed autobiographical movie, The Fablemans. Before dissecting this movie, we talk about the influence that Steven Spielberg has had on cinema, and even more so on our lives (especially Dougs). We then go into the movie and discuss how well it has been made, and talk about how gracious it was for Steven Spielberg to make such an honest account of his life. We also talk about why this movie wasn&#39;t a commercial success, and how it impacts the legacy of Spielberg. </p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p> <p><br></p>
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Creed 3
<p>Amit and Doug are back in the ring and this time we discuss the epic Creed 3. This movie gave us a little bit of everything, and we are here to break it all down. We discuss how this movie separates itself from the Rocky franchise once and for all, Johnathan Majors nuanced performance, Michael B Jordans impressive directorial debut, the emotional impact of this film and what's next for the Creed franchise. All that plus we give our final rating, does this movie deliver a final knockout?&nbsp;</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Jurassic World Dominion
<p>Amit and Doug do the unthinkable, and review Jurassic Park Dominion. In this review, we discuss why the Jurassic Park franchise captivated us from an early age, and then talk about what we liked and didn't like in this movie. We give the movie credit for it's amazing cinematography and score, as well as some of the storylines it sets up. All that before we delve into what frustrated us most about this movie. We also talk about how we would potentially have fixed some of the movies issues, before predicting what might be might for the Jurassic Park Franchise. &nbsp;</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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The Banshees of Inisherin
<p>Join the Amit and Dennis as they review the critically acclaimed, "The Banshees of Inisherin". A masterpiece of storytelling set on a small Irish island in 1923, "The Banshees of Inisherin" is an accessible yet powerful art film that explores themes of friendship, family, legacy, and more. Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson deliver powerful performances in this emotional gut-puncher, which offers unexpected comedic touches and breathtaking cinematography. This was easily one of the best movies of 2022, and we break it down for you here on this episode.</p> <p>Music by: March Behalf Cain</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p> <p><br></p>
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Mukundan Unni Associates
<p>D54 returns to Malayalam cinema with the hugely entertaining ‘Mukunthan Unni Associates’ (2022). Putting the ‘black’ in black comedy, Vineet Srinivasan delivers a masterful performance as an ambitious and deeply sociopathic lawyer who decides that success is his only option. We discuss the film’s depiction of the legal professional, the wonderfully paced story, the terrific supporting cast, and how debut director Abhinav Nayak keeps the audience transfixed despite the increasingly heinous&nbsp; actions of our anatagonist. Mukunthan Unni Associates paints a relentlessly bleak view of the world. You’ll laugh, you’ll be infuriated and you’ll sit waiting for justice to arrive. It may not, but injustice has never been so enjoyable.</p> <p>Music by: March Behalf Cain</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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M3GAN
<p>Amit is joined by his old mate, Reese (Reel Reese) to discuss the latest viral sensation, M3GAN. In this review, we discuss Reese's unique cinema experience, how M3GAN mixed in elements of drama, sci-fi and general campiness with deeper questions about parenting and the future of toys. We of course also compare it with other similar horror movies (Chucky, Annabelle and the Orphan Series) and see where this ranks. We also give our final verdict on where we think this sits on the D-Scale rating.&nbsp;</p> <p>This was a wild one, tune in to let and us know what you thought!</p> <p>Music by: March Behalf Cain</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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The Menu
<p>The Menu is a wild and entertaining ride that brings together a talented ensemble cast to create a black comedy horror film like no other. Ralph Fiennes shines as a celebrity chef, with standout performances by Hong Chau and Anya Taylor-Joy. Join us as we try and peel back the layers on this incredibly profound movie, and theorise on what we think it's actually all about.</p> <p>Music by: March Behalf Cain</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Avatar: The Way of Water
<p>Join D54 as we review the film we forgot we were waiting for - Avatar 2: The Way of the Water. We discuss the phenonmeon that was the original Avartar, our expectations going into the sequel, the 13-year delay and James Cameron’s filmography. While we reserve our criticisms for the second half, here we discuss in the groundbreaking and awe-inspiring world of Pandora, how Cameron pushed the limits of film-making, and why no other film can come close to reaching these visual heights. Later on, we discuss where the Way of Water goes wrong. There’s the bloated runtime, the familiar villain, a seemingly unending third act, and half-baked themes. There are also flashes of brilliance here, but even more missed opportunities to have told a story as remarkable as the visuals. We discuss what’s next for the Avatar franchise, and the Way of the D54 scale.</p> <p>Music by: March Behalf Cain</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Bheeshma Parvam
<p>D54 are diving back into Malayalam cinema with Bheeshma Parvam (2022), an atmospheric gangster epic starring the legendary Mammootty. We discuss Mammootty’s towering performance as the head of the Anjootti family, a brilliant ensemble cast that delivers knockout performances, and how director Amal Neerad crafted an action thriller that has you hooked from start to end. From its emotional gut punches to its examination of complex family dynamics, Bheeshma Parvam is unlike anything you’ll have seen recently. And let’s also discuss Shine Tom Chacko’s dancing…</p> <p>Music by: March Behalf Cain</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Glass Onion
<p>"Are you a fan of nail-biting thrillers? Look no further! In our latest video, Amit and Doug review the blockbuster smash hit, Glass Onion. We dive into the latest murder mystery movie on Netflix, with twists and turns that will leave you on the edge of your seat. We compare this movie with it's predecessor, Knives Out, talk about Rian Johnson film making technique, discuss similar movies and theorise what's next for this franchise. All that plus Amit ranting about exposition once again.</p> <p>Music by: March Before Cain</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Mili
<p>In this video, I review the latest Bollywood survival thriller on Netflix Mili. From the gripping plot to the electrifying performances, this film had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. But don't just take my word for it – check out the video to see my thoughts on the movie, as well as some of the standout moments and themes. If you're a fan of thrillers or just looking for a movie to keep you entertained, you won't want to miss Mili. Be sure to watch the video and let me know what you think in the comments! &nbsp;</p> <p>Music by: March Before Cain</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Nobody
<p>Amit and Dennis review the action blockbuster starting Saul Goodman aka Bob Odenkirk, Nobody. We compare this movie with other classic 90s and 00s action movies, talk about the insane trivia which brought this movie to fruition, Bob Odenkirks badass performance and discuss how well this movie was put together. We also talk a little but about how we would handle the scenario of home invasion, and what we would do if we were in Hutch's shoes.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Lookism
<p>Amit reviews one of the latest anime series to hit Netflix, Lookism. This might be the surprise of the year, as Amit discusses the serious nature of this show and it's layered approach to discuss teenage bullying, the difference's he noticed in Korean amine, the impressive writing and how closely it ties to the webtoon, and hopes for a second season. This show was seriously impressive!</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Black Adam
<p>Amit and Sunny review the Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s long awaited superhero blockbuster, Black Adam (2022). We discuss Johnson’s charismatic performance as the overpowered anti-hero, a plot that feels 20 years old, the supporting cast of Marvel-esque superheroes, and that iconic (in a bad way) DCEU CGI. Is this Rock Bottom for DC? Or is this a welcome change of direction for this maligned franchise? Take a listen and find out!</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Troll
<p>Amit and Dennis welcome Doug to the D54 crew, as we review the recent monster movie, Troll on Netflix. We discuss the exploration into Norwegian and Scandinavian folklore, compare Troll with other monster movies and discuss the movies general premise, action sequences and amazing visuals. But at the end of the day, we revel in a giant Troll destroying everything in its path.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Orphan & Orphan First Kill
<p>Amit is joined once again by his Cobra Kai running mate, Reece! We review Orphan and Orphan First Kill and compare the two wildly entertaining but completely different movies. We compare the slow burn of Orphan with the fast pace of First Kill, talk about how creepy the movies premise is and rave about the performance from Isabelle Fuhrman. We also talk about what's next in the franchise, and hope for another instalment of this highly entertaining movie franchise.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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Kantara
<p>Amit sits down to review the blockbuster hit from the Sandalwood industry, Kantara. This movie has so much to unpack including the brilliance of Rishab Shetty (on and off screen), the complex and dynamic mix of characters, the cultural references and significance of the movie, as well as that truely enthralling finale. In a year of non stops hits from South India, is Kantara the movie of the year?</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter | Tik Tok</p>
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X & Pearl w/ Meghan
<p>Amit is joined by cinephile extraordinaire Meghan Kadambe Dhawan, to review the A24 horror franchise, X and Pearl. We talk about what we liked and didn't like about both movies, the visual and contrasting styles, the direction techniques of Ti West as well as talk about how 'scary' we found each movie. We also seriously talk about the decision making and motivations of some of the characters which made this movie a little confusing. Where does this movie sit on our D-Scale? Tune in to find out.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter| Tik Tok</p> <p>---</p> <p>Meghan's links:&nbsp;</p> <p>LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/meghan-dhawan&nbsp;</p> <p>Medium: https://medium.com/@meghan_dhawan&nbsp;</p> <p>Instagram: @meghan_dhawan, @meghans.random.passionss, @24.tangents.podcast</p>
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Rorschach
<p>Amit and Sunny review the mind-bending psychological thriller Rorschach (2022). We discuss the deeply layered story that keeps you guessing until the end, the outstanding performances of Mammootty and his stellar supporting cast, and the film’s bleak vision of how revenge and greed can corrupt everything it touches. Keanu Reeves and Liam Neeson may need to hold Mammootty’s beer because Rorschach delivers a tale of vengeance unlike any you’ve seen before. This is the latest in a series of Malayalam films D54 has reviewed and our admiration for the industry’s creativity and boldness only grows.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Twitter| Tik Tok</p>
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IT Movie Series
<p>The D54 crew review one of Stephen Kings most famous horror franchises, the IT series. This review swings from all angles, with our final verdicts all being split up. We discuss both IT and IT chapter 2 and compare the two movies in terms of their story lines, performances, Pennywise and the overall horror. All that and a healthy dose on Dennis schooling us on Cosmic Horror. Would you like to float too? Then join this conversation!</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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My Best Friend's Exorcism
<p>Amit is joined once again by Doug from the My Dad, I'm Dad podcast, this time to review My Best Friend's Exorcism on Amazon Prime. As Doug is someone who has read the book, we compare this movie in regards to it's storytelling, character development and how the movie could have been a better adaptation of the book. We also talk about that amazing Rob Lowe performance!&nbsp;</p> <p>The My Dad, I'm Dad Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/20oVnOfveGp4m2SWa6iSGP</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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She Hulk
<p>Amit and Dennis have a long awaited conversation about She Hulk and how far the MCU has fallen from it's glory days. We review the show, but more important we discuss how Disney have ruined the MCU, Kevin's role in all of this, and try to decipher why people are so angry about this show. We also discuss if there is any hope left for the MCU. Tune in for an hour long enraging conversation from a couple of former MCU fans.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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Cyberpunk Edgerunners
<p>Amit, Sunny and Dennis react to the 2022 hit anime series Cyberpunk Edgerunners. We discuss the stunning visuals and world-building but also the character and story shortcomings, all the while being schooled in cyberpunk and anime history by Dennis. This podcast has it all – the ethics of cybernetic modification, wildly divergent D-scale ratings, and Sunny getting punked again….</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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Minnal Murali
<p>Amit and Sunny review the amazing 2021 Malayalam superhero film Minnal Murali. We react to the journey of Jaison and Shibu, one on the path to discovering his past and accepting his responsibility as a hero, and another crushed by society and on a tragic descent to villainy. We review the terrific performances of the charismatic leads, the unique and grounded storytelling approach, it’s perfect blend of charm, action and humour, and what sets this film apart from the increasingly tiresome Marvel franchise. Minnal Murali is a new vision of what superheroes films can be and we’re here for it!</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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Let Me In
<p>Amit is joined by Ben from the History Voyager podcast to review one of his favourite films, Let Me In (2010) directed by Matt Reeves. We break this movie down and discuss the incredible performances from the child actors, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Chloë Grace Moretz, the directional style of Matt Reeves (and how he used similar traits in the Batman movie) and how this movie can be seen as a horror and /or a romance, depending how you want to see it. This was one of the most unique movies I have ever seen, and one I will remember for a long time.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p> <p>The History Voyager podcast:&nbsp;</p> <p>https://open.spotify.com/show/0dzdW8owkqm08bHZL08ZqJ?si=3a8500579133415d</p>
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Thallumaala
<p>Amit and Sunny discuss the wildly entertaining Malayalam action film Thallumaala (2022). This story about a group of friends and the fights they get into has everything you could wish for and is perhaps the most unexpected film we’ve reviewed so far. In a discussion that’s almost as non-linear as the film, we cover the amazing cinematography, the chaotic and layered fight sequences, the incredibly talented cast, and Khalid Rahman’s masterful direction. This bold, colourful and relentlessly inventive film is wholly committed to its vision and unlike anything you’ll have seen before. Thallumalla will have you mermerised, entertained and stunned….as if you’d been kicked in the chest by Omega Babu himself.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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Cobra Kai Season 5
<p>Amit is joined by Cobra Kai super-fan, Reece (through the r/cobrakai reddit forum). Mercy does not exist on this podcast, as we go far and beyond to discuss what makes this show so addictive, talk about both new and old characters and even theorise about what the future holds for this franchise.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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Gargi
Join Amit, Dennis and Sunny in our first video review as we discuss the bold and deeply affecting Indian Tamil drama Gargi (2022). This story of brutal acts of violence against a child, and the consequences that follow, is masterfully directed (by Gautham Ramachandran) and handled with realism, nuance and a distinct lack of sensationalism. We discuss Sai Pallavi’s transcendent performance, the stellar supporting cast, those intense court room sequences, and brilliant storytelling that will leave you guessing until the end about the guilt or innocence of Gargi’s father. Gargi is a brave film that takes its audience on an unforgettable journey and leaves us more empathetic, informed and ultimately, wiser. Find us on: YouTube | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok
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Being John Malkovich
<p>Amit is joined by legendary writer, podcaster, and overall great guy Derick McDuff from the 'Underrated' podcast to discuss the mind bending cult classic, Being John Malkovich. Amit and Derick talk about this movies incredible writing and screenplay, before getting into the movies great performances, our favourite scenes and some of the philosophical questions this movie elicits. Where does this fall on our D-scale? Tune in to find out. Malkovich Malkovich, Malkovich Malkovich!</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p> <p><br></p> <p>Derrick's incredible content:&nbsp;</p> <p>https://linktr.ee/derickmcduff</p>
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Samaritan
<p>Amit, Dennis and Sunny discuss Sylvester Stallone’s turn as a superhero in The Samaritan (2022). We discuss Stallone’s iconic status, his hits and misses, and his portrayal as an ageing and disaffected man coaxed back to using his powers for good by a determined and resilient young boy. We cover the great supporting cast, the twist everyone (except one of us) saw coming, the value of a simple story simply told, and the themes of belonging, family and choices that make us. The Marvel juggernaut might just have something to learn from this film. Where does the Samaritan land on the D54 rating scale, and shockingly, is this the best superhero film this year?</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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Nope
<p>Amit and Sunny review Jordan Peele’s latest sci-fi, horror blockbuster, Nope. We discuss the film’s awe-inspiring cinematography, it’s unique take on an alien threat, standout performances from Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer, and Peele’s masterful direction that keeps the audience mesmerised while also subverting their expectations. This might not be Peele’s best work, but Nope finds ways to stay with you, from its scenes of chimp-fuelled violence and late night horsing around to the disturbing fate of Jupe and his enthralled audience. As always, Peele also puts a mirror to society, highlighting our perverse obsession with viewing and profiting from tragic spectacles and our futile attempts to control the uncontrollable. Where does Nope land on our new rating scale? Take a listen to find out!</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok</p>
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Darkman
<p>Before his Spiderman trilogy and Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Sam Raimi introduced the world to a superhero of his own making in the 1990 classic Darkman. We discuss Raimi’s refreshingly bold visual style, exhilarating action sequences that demonstrate how much can be accomplished with so little, and Raimi’s own superpower of seamlessly blending action, horror and goofiness. Liam Neeson is brilliant as the complex and conflicted Darkman, whose quest for vengeance propels a story that is both engrossing and unexpected. This forgotten gem is a reminder of the joy of superhero films …as well as a cautionary tale to never get between Liam Neeson and his pink elephant toy.</p> <p>Find us on:</p> <p>Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Tik Tok&nbsp;</p>
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Prey
<p>Amit, Dennis and Sunny overcome their apprehensions and review the 2022 Predator prequel, Prey. We discuss the amazing cinematography, the tense and expertly crafted action sequences, deftly placed easter eggs, and a return to simple and well executed story-telling. Amber Midthunder’s terrific performance as the fierce heroine gives this story its heart, while her surrounding cast and the stunning landscapes give the audience an insight into the rhythms of life for a nomadic Comanche tribe. Include some dastardly French fur collectors and a dog who has more lives than a cat, and you’ve got a terrific addition to the Predator franchise. The D54 crew also unveil their new film rating system! &nbsp;</p> <p>Find us on:&nbsp;</p> <p>Instagram | Spotify | Apple Podcasts:</p>
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Vikram
<p>Amit, Dennis and Sunny review the Tamil-Indian blockbuster - part action, part thriller, full insane, Vikram. We follow Agent Amar as his black ops team unravel the mystery of a group of masked vigilantes leaving a trail of bloodshed. We discuss Kamal Hassan’s towering performance, the superb supporting cast with some truly diabolical villains, fight sequences that Hollywood could learn a thing or two from, it’s masterful storytelling, and the exhilarating musical score. This gritty, high octane epic will leave you eagerly awaiting the brilliantly foreshadowed sequel and remind you that there’s nothing in the world more dangerous than Agent Tina with some kitchen utensils!</p>
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The Gray Man
<p>Amit is joined by the one and only, Doug from the My Dad, I'm Dad, podcast to review the latest Netflix Original action blockbuster, The Gray Man. This movie was wild, and we were all in for the craziness it had to offer. We talk about the Russo Brothers style of directing, the return of Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans hilarious villainous turn, the cameos from Dhanush and Jessica Henwick, and of course the non stop action. This movie was like a throwback to the 90's, and we were there to revel in all it's macho glory. &nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>My Dad, I'm Dad Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/20oVnOfveGp4m2SWa6iSGP&nbsp;</p> <p>Find us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/d54.pod/</p> <p><br></p>
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Pig
<p>Amit is joined by Johannes from the Movie Mistrial podcast, to discuss the one of the best movies of 2021, Pig. We go into great depths and discuss how visually stunning this movie is, the performances of Nicolas Cage and the supporting cast, as well as talking about how deep and profound this movie is. This is the kind of movie everyone should watch and appreciate as it brings about questions we all face in our lives. We had a blast with this one and couldn't speak highly enough about it.</p> <p>Movie Mistrial: https://open.spotify.com/show/5rkaW0CAsj57C75hpxgBqk?si=f6bfe4a9a3cf48f7</p>
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The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent
<p>Amit is joined by the legend and Nic Cage super-fan Grant to review The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. We can't stop talking about this movie, as we discuss the legacy of Nicolas Cage before breaking down this film for all it's greatness. We discuss how well this movie is written, how much of a meta mind trip it takes us on, the perfect pairing of Nic Cage and Pedro Pascal and how we need more movies like this in Hollywood today. If you want to listen to a couple of Nic Cage super fans, tune in for this one.&nbsp;</p>
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Thor Love and Thunder
<p>We discuss Marvel’s latest offering, Thor: Love and Thunder (aka Love and Chunder). Is this the messiest, legacy-killing Marvel movie to date, or a refreshingly bold commitment to being ridiculous? We discuss whether this gag a minute comedy hit all the wrong notes, the decided lack of Guardians of the Galaxy, Chris Hemsworth the funny guy, Christian Bale as the terrifically frightening Gorr, and that Russell Crowe cameo. And don’t forget those screaming goats, bao gods and Thor’s true love – Mjolnir (and Jane Foster). The film might not be the GOAT, but is it at least worthy?</p>
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Jana Gana Mana
We review the part thriller, part courtroom drama that is Jana Gana Mana (2022). The film takes us on a breathless journey following a police officer who tries desperately to solve a heinous crime, to an impassioned lawyer who makes you question everything you thought you knew. We discuss the ambitious reach of this film, touching on everything from the role of the media to institutional racism and classism, the towering performances of the two leads, and the film’s cinematic and narrative choices. This is a film that will entertain, infuriate and ultimately, shine a light on how a nation, and we as individuals, discover the truth.
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Love Death & Robots
<p>In this episode we take a look at Netflix's adult animated anthology series Love Death &amp; Robots. We discuss the different animation styles used throughout the series, compare the different volumes, try to figure out what Netflix might be trying to do with this show and talk about some of the episodes we liked and disliked. As big fans of this series, we had a lot to say and appreciate what Netflix is doing with this, despite whatever agenda it's trying to drive forward.&nbsp;</p>
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RRR
We discuss the jaw dropping spectacle that is RRR. Cracking top 10 lists everywhere, this is the story of two legendary Indian revolutionaries taking on the British Raj, while educating us on how to catch a tiger and what motorbikes are actually designed for. We discuss the breathtaking action sequences, a colonial dance battle, the immensely talented leads, and the perfectly despicable Governor and his wife.
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Morbius
<p>It's Morbin time! In this special episode of D54 Amit is joined by Otis from the Allentown Presents podcast to discuss the bizarre Morbius movie. We discuss the nonsensical plot, Jared Leto and Matt Smiths contradictory performances, some of the cool action scenes and try to make sense of whatever happened in those post credit scenes. This movie confused the both of us, but it sure did lead to a fun podcast episode.</p>
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Top Gun: Maverick
<p>Amit and Sunny complete their Top Gun journey by looking at the unexpected worldwide hit that is Top Gun: Maverick. We talk about the jaw dropping aerial sequences, a mission that felt impossible, the (mostly) new surrounding cast, and an unnecessary romance. Tom Cruise has delivered the perfect sequel 36 years after the original, and it might just be the best action film you’ll see this year.</p>
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Top Gun (1986)
<p>Amit and Sunny take a trip back to 1986 and review the highest grossing movie of the year, Top Gun. We talk about Tom Cruises dynamic performance, the character arc and the cool fighter pilot scenes in this movie. Then we switch things up a bit and talk about how this movie impacted culture and discuss the interesting trivia behind this movie. This sure was interesting.</p>
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Everything Everywhere all at Once
<p>We review the critically acclaimed Everything Everywhere all at once to determine if all the hype around this movie was real. Spoiler alert, it is. Dennis and Amit break this movie down from its unique visual style, to its storytelling and overall themes and talk a little bit about the influences it draws upon. This was a blast.&nbsp;</p>
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Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
<p>Amit and Sunny (officially friend of the program!) review the epic Marvel blockbuster Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. We talk about how leaks and promotions ruined parts of the movie, the influence of Sam Raimi, the continuation of Dr. Strange's character and how the MCU just seems to keep getting more and more complicated. Tune in for a big MCU chat.&nbsp;</p>
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The Batman (2022) w/ Sunny
<p>Today we review DC's blockbuster The Batman. Amit, Dennis and special guest Sunny start by discussing Robert Pattinson's portrayal of Batman, before going into everything we possibly can about this movie. We talk about its pacing, the overall aesthetics, the storyline and performances from the rest of the cast. Like all Batman movies, it's impossible to not compare this with previous iterations of the franchise, so we talk about how this Batman compares with its predecessors. Buckle in, because this is a big one!&nbsp;</p>
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Moon Knight Season 1 Review
<p>We review and wrap up Marvels Moon Knight on Disney Plus. We focus mostly on the final episode and our overall thoughts about how it fared in tying everything up. We also discuss Moon Knights future in the MCU and where we might potentially see him again. There was lots to like in this episode, and this series overall. But we did have some gripes about how the finale played out. Tune in to find out more!</p>
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D54 Ep6: The Bad Guys
<p>After a bit of a break, we are back this time to review the latest animated film from Dreamworks, The Bad Guys. We had a blast with this, so join us as we discuss the changes in animation styles over the last few years, how this movie pays homage to a number of anime and Hollywood movie tropes and how fun this movie really is. &nbsp;</p>
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D54 Ep5: Moon Knight (Ep5) Review
<p>The penultimate episode of Marvels Moon Knight on Disney Plus is now in the books. We talk through how much of an emotional impact Episode 5 made on us, the creative direction of the show from Mohammed Diab and try and predict how they can potentially wrap the series up.&nbsp;</p>
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D54 Ep4: Moon Knight (Ep4) Reaction
<p>We react to the mind bending twist in Marvels 4th episode of Moon Knight. This show is taking us places, so we have lots to say about how we feel about the series so far, how Moon Knight works within the overall MCU world, and Dennis gives us another fresh prediction (can he go 2/2?).</p>
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D54 Ep3: CODA
<p>We are back, and this time around we are reviewing the 2022 Oscar winner for best motion picture, CODA. We talk about this stunning movie in great depth and discuss everything from the movies stellar cast, the direction and presentation of the film, as well as the themes and overall impact. This will be a spoilers review, so if you haven't watched CODA yet and plan to, please check back in when you have had a chance to watch it.&nbsp;</p>
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D54 Ep2: Moon Knight (Ep1)
<p>For our second episode we take a deep look at the first episode of Marvels Moon Knight on Disney+. We talk the performances from Oscar Issac and Ethan Hawke, how visually stunning this episode was and lay out a potential theory for what's coming up next. Let's just say we were both very impressed by this first episode, and it's a huge leap in the right direction for the MCU.&nbsp;</p>
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D54 Ep1: Ghostbusters Afterlife
<p>The very first episode in D54 history. We review the 2021 blockbuster epic, Ghostbusters Afterlife. Does this meet the high expectations the original Ghostbusters set, or is it a disappointment. Tune in to find out more.&nbsp;</p>
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