Monday, May 18, 2020

Critically Acclaimed #126 | Scoob!, Capone, Mother's Little Helpers, and Antz!

CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED has the biggest new movies this week! Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold review the animated Hanna-Barbera reboot SCOOB!, the bizarre Tom Hardy/Josh Trank passion project CAPONE and the character drama MOTHER'S LITTLE HELPERS!

And this week on THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED STREAMING CLUB, Bibbs and Witney dig up the third CG-animated film ever made, Dreamworks' bizarre kids movie ANTZ! It was a blockbuster smash when it came out, but without the benefit of historical context, does it still work today?

Give it a listen and find out!

Fred Willard, Jerry Stiller and Lynn Shelton - 4:05
Scoob! - 14:59
Capone - 47:53
Mother's Little Helpers - 1:04:13
Antz - 1:11:52 

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1 comment:

  1. The first 2 films sound really bad, but I do think you undersold Mothers Little Helpers. I've seen 4 times already, and it never gets old. The interaction between the cast members is incredible. To me, by the end of the movie, you feel like you are in the room and really know these siblings. To call this movie boring is really not fair.