Inspired Chaos is rooted in the art of stream-of-consciousness. As our minds flow with a constant stream of thoughts, ideas, viewpoints, philosophies, data and dreams, we all seek to settle into a world of comfort, a world we can relate to; in most cases, this boils down to a bevy of entertainment choices absorbed through movies, music, TV, radio, books, poems, internet, podcasts and mindless personalities on a hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis, all of which coincidentally create our personalized personalities that senselessly bridge the gap between the chaos of our minds and the chaos of the world that strangles us with rules, regulations and the ball and chain of perfection, all leading Inspired Chaos choosing to embrace the madness to discuss entertainment and the arts without a filter, script or a plan in general.
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Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes take a turn this week into a smaller, artsier film, The Card Counter, which follows an ex-military interrogator (Oscar Isaac) who attempts to find redemption for his mistakes by taking a young man (Ty Sheridan) under his wing. Bryan and Tom also discuss Hulu's Nine Perfect Strangers and Only Murders In the Building, Marvel's What If... (Zombies!), and plenty more. So what say you? Was The Card Counter a winning hand, or did it send you up the river and right out of the theater?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Learn the true legend of the ten rings with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they review (and theorize about) Marvel's newest entry into their cinematic universe, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. The boys also comment on the season(?) finale of Monsters at Work, the premiere of the final season of The Walking Dead, the first three episodes of Hulu's Only Murders in the Building and provide some very welcome renewal news! So what say you? Was Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings a welcome addition into the MCU, or did the magic wear thin?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Chant the name five times and fall into the review of 2021's updated version of the horror myth Candyman with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes, then stick around for conversations on the first trailer for this December's Spider-man: No Way Home, Disney+'s Monsters at Work and Turner & Hooch, and Hulu's gripping drama Nine Perfect Strangers. So what say you? Did Candyman bring a killer sting, or mirror itself in ways that bugged you into submission?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Take a walk through other people's pasts with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they look back at Hugh Jackman's futuristic-noir mystery, Reminiscence. They also discuss the finale of The Bad Batch and the premiere episodes of Heels, Nine Perfect Strangers and What If.... So what say you? Did Reminiscence have the right touch of dystopian noir or did it leave you standing in the flooded streets with regret? And what memory would you want to return to in the tank?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Become an MPC with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they dive into the ones and zeroes of Free Guy, Ryan Reynolds's newest action-comedy. The boys also discuss sequels, movie trailers, Monsters At Work, Superman & Lois, and give a quick preview of next week's movie, Reminiscence. So what say you? Did Free Guy laugh all the way to the bank, or did it need a major reboot?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Watch out for killer sea creatures as you listen to Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes discuss the weird and insane mind warp that is James Gunn's The Suicide Squad. The boys also talk about Disney+'s Monsters at Work, Turner & Hooch and The Bad Batch, recommend a few movies currently on streaming, and provide a few updates on a couple of other shows. So what say you? Did The Suicide Squad blow your mind, or did it blow your head into mind-numbing pieces of insanity?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Take a ride down the Amazon with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they hop on board the Jungle Cruise to discuss pun-inducing Dwayne Johnson and chipper explorer Emily Blunt's new adventure film based on a theme park ride. The duo also explore episodes of Lucifer, Monsters at Work, and White Lotus, discuss Scarlett Johansson's lawsuit against Disney, and talk a little bit of the Tokyo Olympics. So what say you? Was the Jungle Cruise a fun, enjoyable ride, or did the chemistry between the characters blow up in their faces?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! To mark the 30th episode of Ramblin' Reviews, Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes discuss the movies that have come out in theaters and streaming over the past six months. They talk about the good, the bad and the bizarre, including Kong vs. Godzilla, F9, Raya and the Last Dragon, Gunpowder Milkshake, A Quiet Place: Part II, Black Widow, and many many more! What's been your favorite film so far this year, and are there any films that were so bad, they're good, performances that stood out, or moments that shocked your core?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Jump back into the Escape Room with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar, Tom Grimes, as they discuss the sequel to the 2019 horror film, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, as well as the season finale (looking forward to season 2) of Marvel's Loki. So, what say you? Did Escape Room: Tournament of Champions pull you back in to the high stakes of life and death, or was the film just a deathtrap of nonsense? And what was you favorite room?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes go back in time once again with the review of Marvel's new MCU entry, Black Widow, which takes us back to just after the events of Captain America: Civil War to explore where Natasha Romanoff (Scarlet Johansson) went before going up against Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. Bryan and Tom also dive into the penultimate episode of Loki, and dip there toes into discussions of Manifest and Fear the Walking Dead finales. So what say you? Was Black Widow a great return to cinemas for the Marvel Universe, or did the long delay sour the impact the movie could have had if it had premiered before the shows on Disney+?