Category: Panel: Daniel S

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989)


This week, we start Season 4 of Myopia: Defend Your Childhood! Along with some surprises along the way, we are adding a new series called Myopia Mornings, a children’s TV spinoff and we are returning to weekly episodes and I find that Excellent! As has been tradition, we have started the seasons with the sequels

Quantum of Solace (2008)


I know, I know, you are thinking about how bad this movie is or, rather, how much you disliked it. So, thank you for even looking. It is riddled with shaky-cam, it feels rushed, and it is not crazy or campy (so bad it is good). Yet, it is brutal and at time very real.

Casino Royale (2006)


This week on Mission Briefing, we welcome a new Bond and say good-bye to an old one; RIP Roger Moore. Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Panel: Thomas, Matt P, Daniel, Jon

Good Burger (1997)


This week we stomached something that Loren Michaels couldn’t, both Kenan and Kel. We watched Good Burger (1997), did Abe Begoda and George Clinton really have nothing better to do? Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Defendant: Nicolas Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Thomas, Matthew Quinn

Die Another Day (2002)


This week we say goodbye to Pierce with one of the worst concieved Bond movies of all time, Die Another Day. From every cinematic misstep, including the American team of Halle Berry and Michael Madsen, to the “English Team” featuring Madonna’s fake accent and Pierce’s creeping Irishness, no wonder the franchise died for awhile. Host:

The Core (2003)


This is a disaster of a disaster movie. It is honestly terrible. It is the only time I can think of where my publisher said “honestly, I am glad I didn’t see this with you; it was boring.” However, Aaron Eckhart has a great hissy fit. How will you stand when we put your past

The World is Not Enough (1999)


The only thing I need to say about this movie in order to see whether or not you remember it is “Christmas Jones.” This train wreck involves the death of Hagrid, M being kidnapped, and some serious Pierce Brosnan jaw acting. Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Bond Experts: Jeremy, Daniel

Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers (1995)


In honor of the March 24th Release, we return to the classic that, when I was a young and impressionable middle schooler, ruined the show for me. This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learned that you can replace to actors and hope kids don’t notice. Oh, they noticed. Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Defendant: Nicolas

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)


Well, well, well. Fake news? Business taking over politics? Robotic cars? Bond in a BMW?!?!?! So fanciful! After the amazing Goldeneye, did Tomorrow Never Dies hold up? How did Pierce hold up? Will I answer any of these questions? Tune in to find out! Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Panel: Jeremy, Daniel, Jon C, Thomas

Bedazzled (2000)


This week on Myopia: Defend your Childhood, we learned why Elisabeth Hurley stopped acting. We watched Bedazzled, dónde esta esa biblioteca? How will you stand when we put your past on trial? Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Defendant: Abbey Panel: Daniel and Madison