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Cosmonaut 2022 CATCH-UP


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  • Sean Palpatine
    Sean Palpatine Ай бұрын +4993

    The most amazing part about Andor is that there isn't a scenario or plotline where Cassian ends up having to protect a child

    • Sentient Mustache
      Sentient Mustache 20 күн бұрын

      @That one guy as a general rule: anyone who uses the word “woke” unironically can’t be reasoned with

    • zefanya sihotang
      zefanya sihotang Ай бұрын

      @That one guy The whole point of Star Wars is liberation😂

    • That one guy
      That one guy Ай бұрын

      But wait, the droid and his sister in the flashbacks count (sorta)

    • Exilewarrior006
      Exilewarrior006 Ай бұрын

      @That one guy I pro democracy if it is true democracy if it helps people. But I am anti-government if it is self interests. I am Irish you should see our "government". Same the police respect them for doing their jobs not for unnecessary behaviour.

    • Nick M.
      Nick M. Ай бұрын +1

      Seriously: in Mando S1 Episode 1, I thought "oh, he'll have to transport this thing, and this will be like a 3-5 episode story arc within this season." And it became the whole show...
      He was someone else before the kid for his whole life, a cold-blooded bounty hunter, and now he's basically not that at all anymore? He's slowly losing his character/personality.

  • The Ditto Kiddo
    The Ditto Kiddo Ай бұрын +1536

    Andor really is a Star Wars story that says “when I die, put my ashes in a brick and throw it at a cop” but literally

    • Sentient Mustache
      Sentient Mustache 11 күн бұрын

      @Team blue grow up

    • The Ditto Kiddo
      The Ditto Kiddo 11 күн бұрын

      @Team blue working as intended

    • Team blue
      Team blue 11 күн бұрын

      that sounds woke though

    • Sentient Mustache
      Sentient Mustache 20 күн бұрын

      @Fake Man spider against fascism, relentless aggression and ruthlessness are always justified

    • Joshua Bailey
      Joshua Bailey Ай бұрын

      @Fake Man spider … this is the strangest tale I’ve probably seen on this show so far lol. Not even mad just really confused about your perspective. It’s a totalitarian regime they’re battling, you see how little regard they have for the people, why would they chill out?

  • Legosrock9
    Legosrock9 Ай бұрын +781

    Marcus saying he’s not a big Spielberg fan, only to find out he’s seen half of his movies and likes them all is truly remarkable

    • Ashraf Abdillah
      Ashraf Abdillah 19 күн бұрын

      I'd rather say that than claim to be a fan then "real fans" fight me over it

    • ricniks4
      ricniks4 21 күн бұрын

      Yeah I barely know people who have seen half of his work they just seen his big blockbusters like Jurassic Park & Indian Jones.

    • LJK401
      LJK401 Ай бұрын +5

      @Kyle Where? He likes a lot of beloved movies that come out, this entire video was him basically saying all these critically acclaimed movies and shows were good. YMS on the other hand...

    • 187btokes
      187btokes Ай бұрын +6

      @Bucky Hurdle what you said and the original comment are not even slightly saying the same type of thing.

    • Fake Man spider
      Fake Man spider Ай бұрын +28

      Marcus is a contrarian and I’m tired of pretending he’s not

  • gib n
    gib n Ай бұрын +360

    Kenobi, Mando, even BoBF to some capacity, had some permanent dynamic with babysitting a smaller character. Andor really stepped up the game by having the main character abandon his adolescent sister right at the start 😎

    • frail void
      frail void 12 күн бұрын

      @Mari Damn s3 so good but I cancelled my disney+ so looks like Im just gonna have to torrent it like a boss B)

    • Mari
      Mari  17 күн бұрын +1

      @John Doh S2 felt like it was introducing the old characters to pilot new shows (Ahsoka for her own show, Boba Fett for BoBF, Bo Katan for Mando S3, and Luke in BoBf as well and potentially Ahsoka's show too)
      S3, on the other hand, actually feels like a standalone

    • DarthMaulLego
      DarthMaulLego Ай бұрын

      Mando s1 started it so it doesn’t count tho

    • gib n
      gib n Ай бұрын +12

      @John Doh to be clear, I was joking. I still like Mando barring a few things, I just liked how Andor kinda broke that Disney formula out of coincidence

  • Natalie Petro
    Natalie Petro Ай бұрын +182

    Andor is the only piece of Star Wars media that never once mentions the Jedi. And it works.

    • elastichedgehog
      elastichedgehog 19 күн бұрын +1

      @LJK401 I think there's a balance that needs to be met. Hyperfocussing on the Skywalkers (and closely related parties) is extremely boring. There's so many interesting stories you can tell about the Jedi and the Clone Wars TV show touches on that.

    • LJK401
      LJK401 Ай бұрын

      @Ethan Berry Because nobody but uber nerds care about the rest

    • Ethan Berry
      Ethan Berry Ай бұрын

      It's the only piece of Disney era Star Wars media, anyway. I'm sure there's something out there since the buyout that doesn't mention Jedi, but you're right, all of the important stuff definitely shoves it in your face

    • LJK401
      LJK401 Ай бұрын

      @Sean MegaByte They give the Sith more depth in the EU at times but moreso examining WHY people fall to the Dark Side or challenging why people stay on the Light. The temptation to do evil or the difficulties doing good are what's interesting. Also learning more about the Force. You can't say SW should make the Force more mysterious when the original Trilogy was from the PoV of a Force user lol. Plus it's weird Disney gets this criticism when the old EU had this issue too.

    • Sean MegaByte
      Sean MegaByte Ай бұрын +8

      @LJK401 Nonsense, the whole idea of "Sith vs Jedi philosophy" is so frequently depicted as being absurdly binary that it's laughable 90% of the time. The Sith are only ever depicted as selfish and power hungry for it's own sake, and the only time Jedi philosophy is interesting is when it's failure is interrogated, like in Clone Wars, Dooku's backstory in that new show, and TLJ, and "fans" apparently really hate when you do that. Andor could have had a Jedi in it, but it doesn't need one, it would be distracting fan service at best, and more likely would be actively detrimental to story being told.
      I think that Star Wars would be better off allowing order 66 to be an actually effective story impacting event and treating force users the same way that Game of Thrones uses magic wielders; mysterious, wise, dangerous, and incredibly rare. If every single story has to have some wizards fucking about in it they're not mystical, they're mundane.

  • Random
    Random Ай бұрын +243

    My favorite part about Andor was the fact I was actually threatened by the Empire. They were actually scary with how quick and decisive they were in parts and I was glad to see a side of the Empire that wasn't an incompetent mess like they have been since... Since the beginning really. They unironically made stormtroopers terrifying and we finally got to see that "Only Imperial Stormtroopers are so precise" in the finale when they started gunning people down and shot them even when friendlies were in the way without hitting them. It was all I wanted and going forward I hope the Empire gets treated like this more often and aren't a joke.

    • Sean MegaByte
      Sean MegaByte 25 күн бұрын +1

      @LJK401 Over six million people would tell you it lasted too long.

    • LJK401
      LJK401 29 күн бұрын

      @Sean MegaByte How long did that last though?

    • LJK401
      LJK401 29 күн бұрын

      @Varden True

  • JBeeson08
    JBeeson08 Ай бұрын +1876

    Marcus saying “Jimmy’s got a plan” is the equivalent to “Hold on, let him cook”

    • ricniks4
      ricniks4 21 күн бұрын +2

      But he don’t need to cook he has already shown he knows how to make some good ass movies. Considering he made Avatar, Titanic, Terminator, Terminator 2 & Aliens before releasing Avatar 2.

    • sanitorz
      sanitorz Ай бұрын +1

      @Poland Polandballowicz Polandballowski
      Movies like that are a plague to the movie industry. Filmmakers are not taking themselves seriously and in return we get ironic bullshit that doesn’t stick for more than 5 seconds. At least Avatar is sincere in its themes and doesn’t take an easy way out because making people feel things is bad apparently. Marvel is the absolute king of this, their movies are empty and hollow for a reason.

    • L AK
      L AK Ай бұрын

      @Daniel Arcilla he’s talking about tiktok trend

    • Isaiah Senku
      Isaiah Senku Ай бұрын


    • Luis Sierra
      Luis Sierra Ай бұрын +1

      Avatar is mid

  • DØMKQ95
    DØMKQ95 Ай бұрын +325

    After The Bad Guys and Puss In Boots 2, the future of Dreamworks is bright and i will be watching everything they put out

    • DØMKQ95
      DØMKQ95 20 күн бұрын

      @Sentient Mustache yeah a Live Action HTTYD is a reputation killer

    • Sentient Mustache
      Sentient Mustache 20 күн бұрын

      Trolls 3 and Boss Baby 3 will suck ass obviously, but i do expect Kung Fu Panda 4 to be incredible, seeing as it has the same director as Puss in Boots 2, as for the rumored How to Train your Dragon live action remake, fuck no, and i mean FUCK no

    • DØMKQ95
      DØMKQ95 Ай бұрын

      @Areo31 i ussualy dont like everything oversaturated all the time like 90% of animated movies these days but this one found a sweetspot

    • Areo31
      Areo31 Ай бұрын +3

      Im a fan of this new style of animation they are trying

    • OfficialOsito Gaming
      OfficialOsito Gaming Ай бұрын +2

      The Bad Guys absolutely surpassed all my expectations. Went in not excited, in fact my younger brother wanted to see it. Let’s just say I came out so damn pleased.

  • Joseph Brusca
    Joseph Brusca Ай бұрын +302

    marcus: guys don’t watch trailers they kinda ruin stuff
    also marcus: proceeds to show trailers for a bunch of stuff he wants you to watch

    • Magnoliatree
      Magnoliatree Ай бұрын


    • Quintus
      Quintus Ай бұрын +13

      Marcus: I don't really do "genres"
      Also Marcus: so this is the best horror movie of the year for me

    • BlueFox94
      BlueFox94 Ай бұрын +5

      I mean...that’s what reviewers use to try to show some clips from the film that are relatively less copyright-sensitive than proper clips from the film itself.

  • Kevin McLarty
    Kevin McLarty Ай бұрын +137

    RRR is literally one of the greatest movies I’ve ever seen. Watched it faded in a group setting, we were all screaming like we were watching the Super Bowl

    • The AntiMartin Show
      The AntiMartin Show 17 күн бұрын +2

      I totally get that, at some points I had to stand up because I was so hyped for everything that happened that I started to jump around and do poses and shit

    • pkthegod
      pkthegod Ай бұрын +16

      as the american born son of telugu immigrants, it makes me happy that jr ntr and ram charan are getting way more love now.

  • JH 10
    JH 10 Ай бұрын +254

    I'm glad Marcus is pro Avatar and even more happy that he's pro Jake Sully. Let's get it done

    • xKMuffinzx
      xKMuffinzx Ай бұрын

      The first one's alright. 2 is mid.

    • Panteni87
      Panteni87 Ай бұрын +8

      @Luis Sierra Your opinion is mid

    • Neon
      Neon Ай бұрын +9

      ​@Luis Sierra skxawng

    • Richard Perez
      Richard Perez Ай бұрын +23

      Jimmy’s got a plan.

    • Mijan Hoque
      Mijan Hoque Ай бұрын +37

      @Luis Sierra Your mid

  • Reno Behnken
    Reno Behnken Ай бұрын +92

    Petition for more so-called "real" movies on Cosmonaut. I appreciate his thoughts on all kinds of films, not just the blockbusters and popular shows. I'd love to know his thoughts on Babylon haha. I'm conflicted, myself.

    • Dartagnan Curt
      Dartagnan Curt Ай бұрын +1


    • Reno Behnken
      Reno Behnken Ай бұрын +6

      @LJK401 Yeah, it was nice to hear about a diverse set of films and shows.

    • LJK401
      LJK401 Ай бұрын +4

      Well he talked about quite a few here

  • OutToLunch
    OutToLunch Ай бұрын +3033

    Who’s ready for this 43 minute cosmonaut quickie

    • rodriguezelfeliz
      rodriguezelfeliz Ай бұрын

      That's what she said

    • clam
      clam Ай бұрын +2

      cosmonaut slowy

    • David Smith
      David Smith Ай бұрын

      @Michael Christie congratulations you have won the Internet 😂😂 this was hilarious trophy is on the way no sarcasm

    • Connor McManus
      Connor McManus Ай бұрын

      Cosmonaut Longie

    • Syd Beretta
      Syd Beretta Ай бұрын


  • Ulgrim The Mad
    Ulgrim The Mad Ай бұрын +73

    So happy Andor got a 10. It deserved it. It blindsided me in a way I didn’t expect. It was the show I least looked forward to of the upcoming Disney shows this last year, and then it turned out to be far and away the best.

  • camzilla_does_music
    camzilla_does_music Ай бұрын +55

    The way Marcus keeps saying "Jimmy has a plan" makes me think that he knows somthing that we don't

    • LJK401
      LJK401 21 күн бұрын

      Didn't he say he knows people that worked on the sequels?

  • Herr Titus Winslow
    Herr Titus Winslow Ай бұрын +52

    I’m disappointed how few people are talking about All Quiet on the Western Front. One of my favorite films of the year

    • Pearl
      Pearl 13 күн бұрын

      @peachjedi it basically only takes the title and like 2 scenes. It changes pretty much every character, it gets rid of most of the segments of the book that cover daily life if soldiers, it adds a long sideplot about high command signing the armistice, and they massively change the ending

    • peachjedi
      peachjedi 13 күн бұрын

      @Pearl is it more just following the vibe of the book and not adapting it directly? I didn't even know they made a movie.

    • Herr Titus Winslow
      Herr Titus Winslow Ай бұрын

      @Pearl I’d say it’s quite a bit better than “fine”, but you’re entitled to your opinion.

    • Pearl
      Pearl Ай бұрын +4

      As a standalone film it’s fine but as an adaptation it sucks

  • Graham Bexon
    Graham Bexon Ай бұрын +45

    RRR was the best movie experience I’ve had since Mad Max Fury Road. One of the best movies I’ve ever seen

  • LogicalError_007
    LogicalError_007 Ай бұрын +58

    RRR getting praise from everyone makes me happy.

    • pkthegod
      pkthegod Ай бұрын +1

      as the american born son of telugu immigrants, it makes me happy that jr ntr and ram charan are getting way more love now.

  • Wedge
    Wedge Ай бұрын +1283

    What Cosmo doesn't know is that Matt Smith actually IS a vampire. Clearly he hasn't seen the Oscar nominated best picture of 2022 Morbius.

  • Bowler Hat Films and Reviews
    Bowler Hat Films and Reviews Ай бұрын +29

    Thanks for spreading the RRR love man, it deserves more attention. It's pure cinema in its most sincere chaotic form

    • pkthegod
      pkthegod Ай бұрын

      as the american born son of telugu immigrants, it makes me happy that jr ntr and ram charan are getting way more love now.

  • Esteban Silva Baltodano
    Esteban Silva Baltodano Ай бұрын +29

    When you said 9/10 for Andor I stared aggressively at the screen waiting for it to be a 10/10 and that's what happened, lol

  • Mike Z
    Mike Z Ай бұрын +18

    I loved RRR so much, as a guy whose not into random singing/dance sequences in movies, I enjoyed the ones in this movie. Highly recommend to anyone who hasn’t seen it yet

  • DJ Hollis
    DJ Hollis Ай бұрын +25

    I NEED to see Puss. The spiderverse choppy animation just tickles something in my brain man.

    • LJK401
      LJK401 21 күн бұрын

      I don't want that to become the standard for 3d animation though for a few reasons:
      1. Insincere copycatting is cringe
      2. As a gamer I like my 3d animation smooth usually
      3. 3d can portray a wide arrange of styles and I wouldn't want all the big movies stuck in that style (Puss in Boots takes Spider-Verse's idea but whereas SV was trying to emulate comics Puss is trying to emulate old paintings and storybook illustrations, it's the best attempt at this style).
      4. Seems people's appreciation of these movies is in part because of the elitism 2d animation fans have against 3d animation, so to them the only valid 3d animated movies are the ones that attempt to emulate 2d as much as possible. It feels like 3d animation needs to feel ashamed of being 3d animation to considered TRUE ART TM because of some Boomers.
      5. By that token, I want more 3d animation that feels unabashedly, unashamedly 3d. People need to realize there's more art styles for 3d than the pseudo-realistic Pixar/Disney style and the hyper-stylized, 2d/3d Spider-Verse style. Arcane is a good example of a more unique look that doesn't try to draw upon whatever the big boys are doing.

  • MoistSparky
    MoistSparky Ай бұрын +20

    i’ve only seen the first like 45 minutes of RRR and it is the single greatest thing ever put to screen

  • SuetyHercules
    SuetyHercules Ай бұрын +886

    The FableMans portion was wild. How has Marcus not seen Jurassic park or Raiders of the lost ark, and he took a date to Schindler's list? This new lore is insane

    • Endless_Limes
      Endless_Limes Ай бұрын

      @Gdadder why not? It's a goofy little movie

    • Luis Sierra
      Luis Sierra Ай бұрын

      @Gdadder When people get sad, they are more likely to need a hug

    • Harrison Saunders
      Harrison Saunders Ай бұрын

      to be fair, he is a movie connoisseur in a way who probably took someone who also enjoys good movies to one of the best movies ever made that they havent seen to an actual cinema instead of watching it just on tv

    • Owen Mahan
      Owen Mahan Ай бұрын +3

      When we gettin the every Indiana Jones movie ranked and reviewed video lol.

    • The Damned
      The Damned Ай бұрын +4

      @Gdadder It could be that his date picked it and he just went along with it. Regardless of who did though, yeah, not exactly a good date movie even if you aren't planning on making out.

  • TheAwesomeDarkNinja
    TheAwesomeDarkNinja Ай бұрын +4

    Jack Horner was honestly the biggest surprise. I love how he just throws the modern rulebook out the window for a being a villain. He's just so evil for no reason that it's hilarious.

  • Payton Gagliardi
    Payton Gagliardi Ай бұрын +14

    I watched RRR in two segments because I wanted to savor it more. It is amazing. There is nothing like it and never will be. I have never smiled so much at anything in my entire life

  • CeraSeptem
    CeraSeptem Ай бұрын +9

    RRR is also conveniently split into 2 nearly equal parts! If you can watch 3 hours of anything, you can simply do the 1st and 2nd halves separately

  • Rutabaga
    Rutabaga Ай бұрын +15

    So happy to see someone acknowledge how amazing RRR is

  • Peach Gorilla
    Peach Gorilla Ай бұрын +9

    Spot on with RRR!!! I think it got shorted by its own country as it wasn’t put forth for best foreign film. I was purely entertained the whole time and wished I’d seen it at the movies. When actors become true entertainers!

  • Zero
    Zero Ай бұрын +1280

    The coolest moment in Avatar 2 is when Jake Sully says “Let’s get it done”. Nothing will ever top that for me

    • chanel henderson
      chanel henderson Ай бұрын

      I love that line it's such a Sam Worthington thing to say 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Snugglebuns
      Snugglebuns Ай бұрын

      My favorite part of Avatar was when Jake activated his Avatar state and used all 4 elements to stop the Fire Lord Quaritch.

    • Zero
      Zero Ай бұрын

      Love all the replies btw haha

    • Francesco
      Francesco Ай бұрын +1

      Avatar 2 drinking game: take a shot every time you see someone reloading their gun.
      You may think i'm joking but unless you are Irish or Australian you'll probably pass out after 1 hour.

    • Songstriker
      Songstriker Ай бұрын +1

      I think Sam has grown as an actor. Or maybe he’s just matured as a person. He felt more believable this time around.

  • NightmarePhase
    NightmarePhase Ай бұрын +7

    Thank you so much for getting me hit to RRR. My girlfriend and I just watched it and it was one of the most incredible movies I've ever seen, both in terms of action and heart. Simply phenomenal!

  • Victoria Stanton
    Victoria Stanton Ай бұрын +7

    So so so so happy to see you loved RRR! It's in Hindi on Netflix, but if it's possible to watch it in its original Telugu I'd heartily recommend!

  • Efrain Marioni
    Efrain Marioni Ай бұрын +11

    Marcus has to bless us this year with a RRR picture show

  • Daivik Goel
    Daivik Goel Ай бұрын +8

    I love how much Cosmonaut loves RRR

  • Katie Cooper
    Katie Cooper Ай бұрын +17

    Andor is just beyond phenomenal for me. Literally one of my favourite shows I’ve ever watched!
    Also I am one of those people who have not seen the new Puss in Boots movie but I accidentally stumbled across a clip and now I want to see it SO BAD.

  • vaporwaveplus
    vaporwaveplus Ай бұрын +485

    Can’t help but chuckle at Jake Sully saying “We’re sea people now.” Best video game cutscene I’ve seen

  • XerxesTheUndead
    XerxesTheUndead Ай бұрын +5

    If there is going to be a cameo in Andor, it’s most likely going to be Bail Organa and teenage Leia. Considering they will be working alongside Mon Mothma during that time it wouldn’t be surprising if they appear, however I hope they execute it tastefully so that it doesn’t become distracting or disruptive.

  • arcy
    arcy Ай бұрын +9

    The Banshees of Inesherin was absolutely amazing, was so surprised and happy you actually watched it lmao

  • Svefngengill
    Svefngengill Ай бұрын +1

    I didn't hate the space ship scene in Andor, because it still served a purpose. It established just how meticulous, prepared, and careful Luther is. Sure, it had a action element to it, but there was also an emphasis on establishing the contingencies he had in place.

  • Ferntin
    Ferntin Ай бұрын

    For the past 5 years or so I kept thinking to myself maybe im just growing out of liking cartoons, then I watched Puss In Boots Last Wish and I was blown away how good it was.

  • Gabriel Takahashi
    Gabriel Takahashi Ай бұрын +8

    I went in RRR VERY hyped. It still surpassed my expectations.

  • Randy Butternubs
    Randy Butternubs Ай бұрын +3266

    This does not change the fact that in Australia there are 48 million Kangaroos and in Uruguay there are 3,457,380 inhabitants. So if the Kangaroos decide to invade Uruguay, each Uruguayan will have to fight 14 kangaroos.

    • Max Speaks Faxs
      Max Speaks Faxs Ай бұрын

      @Shockmesane power left the door 🚪 I have a problem I can ppppppp poo oo😊

    • Ethan Staaf
      Ethan Staaf Ай бұрын

      The kangaroos navy simply does not have the logistical capacity to transport the army safely and keep them supplied.

    • Nicholas Wesoloskie
      Nicholas Wesoloskie Ай бұрын +1

      @Julian Maria nah, but then they gotta fight Ghana as well bc of Suarez

    • Big Stick
      Big Stick Ай бұрын

      Have you seen Singapore’s odds against the kangaroos

    • Mateo Vidal
      Mateo Vidal Ай бұрын

      Me encanta q nos mencionen con semejante falopa

  • Linus Ekström
    Linus Ekström Ай бұрын +5

    Can I just say how much I love seeing these stream videos? I just love watching you talk to an audience, it's very entertaining. More of these, please!

  • Andre Ipsen
    Andre Ipsen Ай бұрын +6

    Stoked you shouted out Zack for barbarian. WKUK will always be one of my favorite shows ever

  • Cinder of Gods
    Cinder of Gods Ай бұрын +3

    So I made myself some hot chocolate, got me a donut and sit to watch this cozy video. Loved it as always and I'm glad you like Avatar I really don't see why it gets so much hate, it was simple fun and sometimes that's all you want.

  • Nicholas Marston
    Nicholas Marston Ай бұрын +3

    Marcus went from having to look up who Andor was for the huge movie review to giving his spinoff show a 9/10. Anyone is capable of change.

  • Mojo Ethan
    Mojo Ethan Ай бұрын +646

    Just hearing Aquaman say "my man!" Every now and then just cracks me up

  • Stylo Ren
    Stylo Ren Ай бұрын +14

    Just got done watching RRR since you gave it a 10/10. I loved every second of it!

  • Mai Galicia
    Mai Galicia Ай бұрын +3

    I was waiting for your comments on RRR, and I'm so happy you loved it, it definitely became one of my favorite movies of all times and I'm freaking obsessed with it!

  • Absolute Unit
    Absolute Unit Ай бұрын +11

    Marcus is the type of guy to take a girl out on a date and go see Schindler's list

  • Richard Conway
    Richard Conway 12 күн бұрын +1

    hey marcus, saw RRR during its weeklong rerelease twice on your recommendation and my god you are correct on all points. Easily my favorite movie of 2022.

  • Greengriffin77
    Greengriffin77 Ай бұрын +1

    RRR is so good. I seriously couldn't stop yelping with delight while watching it

  • r e
    r e Ай бұрын +364

    It's so funny to me that Andy Serkis has a much more compelling character and character arc as a support character in the Cassian Andor show than as the big bad guy of the sequel trilogy

    • SEYI O
      SEYI O Ай бұрын

      @Burke Hinton surprisingly Vader wasn't the main villian of the OT since he had an redemption arc lol

    • The Damned
      The Damned Ай бұрын +2

      @Adam Mr. Serkis gets around a lot given he still frequently does mocap for primarily CGI characters. If anything, then I am personally still getting used to him showing up in live-action movies as his human self.

    • Burke Hinton
      Burke Hinton Ай бұрын +2

      @Dante Kodor that's like saying vader wasn't the main villain of the OT dude c'mon

    • PreparatorySchool
      PreparatorySchool Ай бұрын +3

      @Dani we all know his name is Kino Loy but we’re helping those who haven’t watched the show

    • Dani
      Dani Ай бұрын +5

      Kylo was the villain of ep 7 and ep 8. Also why would Snoke need a character arc? Also, the fact that we know Snoke's name, but we call Andy Serkis' character in Andor just "Andy Serkis' character", tells me that his character in Andor isnt as memorable as Snoke, you guys are just deluding yourselves.😂

  • Kifflom Dolphin
    Kifflom Dolphin Ай бұрын +4

    I saw RRR with my Free Company and we had such a blast watching it!

  • BigMarv50
    BigMarv50 Ай бұрын +3

    RRR was one of the first Bollywood movies that has wowed me from start to finish. Just genuinely enjoyable the whole way through and is basically an anime in real life.

    • Karthik Dukkipati
      Karthik Dukkipati Ай бұрын +2

      Thanks for the appreciation brother. But it's not a Bollywood movie. It's a tollywood movie from the southern part of India

  • Ian Whippie
    Ian Whippie Ай бұрын +3

    Can't expect a Time Lord to age at the same rate as humans

  • Milan Dordevic
    Milan Dordevic Ай бұрын +1

    I am happy you loved Avatar 2, makes me feel much better when I give high marks to movies that def don’t deserve them. 😅❤

  • Chloe Clarke
    Chloe Clarke Ай бұрын +1

    Tár is beautifully shot! A random scene where she’s driving into a garage had no business being as beautiful as it was.

  • Vincent Eternal
    Vincent Eternal Ай бұрын +612

    These catch ups are so cozy. I really enjoy them.

    • Cyberdemon
      Cyberdemon Ай бұрын

      @Andre Montoya I think it's actually from a Twitch stream, and edited down.

    • Riza Ali
      Riza Ali Ай бұрын

      Me too

    • Golden Age of Dinosaurs
      Golden Age of Dinosaurs Ай бұрын

      Same. I really dig em.

    • Andre Montoya
      Andre Montoya Ай бұрын +3

      I think the almost stream of conciousness style helps as well

    • The Film Watcher
      The Film Watcher Ай бұрын +9

      Right? They’re so wholesome.

  • Brad Henderson
    Brad Henderson Ай бұрын +3

    I think you hit Glass Onion dead on. Is it a masterpiece? Not even close, but I had a ton of fun watching it and that's what it was trying to do.

  • Evangelos Callow - PhantomV13
    Evangelos Callow - PhantomV13 Ай бұрын +4

    Jack Horners is the most fitting 'hilarious pure evil' villain I can think of, exactly because of the themes of The Last Wish, which is all about appreciating what you have. He sees his incredible acquisitions as 'cool' and 'neat', treats them and his men as disposable toys. Valuable as tools and trophies, but also as discarded garbage that show just how wealthy he is. Like a bathtub full of champagne, going down the drain after use. The fact you throw it away is a symbol of status itself. He never appreciated anything and sees value in nothing and nobody. I also love how his bobbing head appears to not belong to its body, and how his speech itself is often unfitting in its delivery, like he's monologuing or narrating.
    And Jack fits perfectly with the other two antagonists. Goldilocks is sympathetic as she realizes she's had what she wants the whole time, and Death is the symbol of Puss' hubris, his utter disregard for the value of his life. Funnily enough, Puss would've likely ended up dead without Death pursuing him.

  • mochafrappawhat
    mochafrappawhat Ай бұрын +5

    Going to watch RRR, The Rehearsal, and Barbarian because of you!! ❤️ I usually agree with your takes so I'm excited for those 3

  • Babies4Breakfast
    Babies4Breakfast Ай бұрын +11

    RRR is truly one of the movies of all time

  • DeepBlue
    DeepBlue Ай бұрын

    Always leaving a like for an ending that wholesome

  • Bi Zuko
    Bi Zuko Ай бұрын +214

    The one "cameo" I want in Andor is the Emperor. For one, I think it would be fun to see Palpatine doing Imperial bureaucracy the way Andor shows it, for another it would be funny if he like, showed up at Mon Mothma's party or some social function like that. This withered corpse man making small talk with a room of awed & terrified senators would be hilarious.

    • Ciarán S
      Ciarán S Ай бұрын

      Bad batch did this this month with him having to turn up to a debate

    • Alex Phung
      Alex Phung Ай бұрын


    • Sean MegaByte
      Sean MegaByte Ай бұрын +8

      I disagree. I understand that people love Palpatine as this figurehead of the empire, but I think that works to the detriment of Andor's most interesting themes. One of Andor's strengths is the banality of the cruelty that exists in the Empire. It's not about the Evil Wizard Emperor destroying the galaxy, it's about all the everyday people who go right along and help him do it, because Palpatine's whole shit doesn't work if there isn't half a galaxy's worth of people willingly helping him. And they're not space wizards tripping over their own dicks on the path to world domination, they're just fascists who aligned themselves with a powerful leader, doing all the things they wanted to do only now with the structure of the empire behind it. Look at the two main empire agents in the show, the emperor's goals have nothing to do with what they individually want, it's just about their own ability to exert control. Examining the opportunistic nature of the people who exist in the structure below Palpatine is far more interesting than just returning to the thoroughly mined out vein of "Emperor does a cheesy evil speech and people love it despite it being completely one dimensional". I'll never understand how you can find it more interesting to hear the silly speech and see the people clap than to have the story examine WHY those people clap.

    • Wolf
      Wolf Ай бұрын +1

      Maybe him casually ordering a genocide over tea or something

    • josh113866
      josh113866 Ай бұрын +9

      Hell, even just a Senate cameo of him talking shit to the senators would be amazing and you know Ian McDiarmid would relish it and chew strips off the scenery!

  • Hemang Chauhan
    Hemang Chauhan Ай бұрын +3

    Love seeing folks enjoying RRR

  • Striker Echo
    Striker Echo Ай бұрын +4

    Warms my heart to hear that Marcus loved Puss in Boots.

  • Connor Moseman
    Connor Moseman Ай бұрын +1

    Cosmonaut Marcus, I just wanted to say this video made me wanna watch movies again. I’ve just finished watching Tar and it was my kind of movie.

  • peachjedi
    peachjedi Ай бұрын +1

    I think Andor impressed me for so many reasons but mostly, like I *know* Cassian has to survive the show to get to Rogue One, but he never feels safe once in the entire show.

  • JedgamesGUY
    JedgamesGUY Ай бұрын +2

    I hope Disney look at how well received Andor was and gets Tony Gilroy and company back for similar stuff like this, even outside of Star Wars.

  • Michaelangelo
    Michaelangelo Ай бұрын +251

    Cosmonaut giving Avatar the Way of Water an 8/10 makes me happy.

    • Rafa El
      Rafa El Ай бұрын +2

      @Manas Mishra agree 100%

    • Rafa El
      Rafa El Ай бұрын +1

      @Captain Clutch nah bro the movie is literally a 2 hour teen drama with very noticeable plot holes. I can point out like 20 things wrong in the story, but I'm too lazy to write. I just didn't like it, 6/10
      Edit: grammar

    • Manas Mishra
      Manas Mishra Ай бұрын +1

      I dont know if I want to watch that movie again on my TV since the pull was the vfx and cinema experience, I was in awe for visuals all the time but storyline was , to put it lightly below average and action wasent entertaining, so I thin 8 was a bit too generous. I really loved the 1st part , world building, and actions , story were great.

    • Captain Clutch
      Captain Clutch Ай бұрын +1

      @Rafa El it’s as good as any marvel trash bud marvel was pretty bad before this last phase people just forgot because infinity war and endgame like I said nothing special narratively but it’s not fucking overly played and loved like marvel if it had a shit ton of Stan’s I would probably feel differently about it but it was just a fun movie I could turn my brain off and watch and enjoy the environment and characters like I said you can get nit picky about a lot of dumb shit but they’re nitpicks about a random blockbuster

  • Spacewarp
    Spacewarp Ай бұрын +4

    I feel like Andor had to be good. You have exciting shows for characters like Obi-Wan, Boba Fett, Ashoka, the Mandalorian S3 and then one for Cassian Andor. This has to be really good to keep up with the hype the other ones had.

  • Xxblaze191x
    Xxblaze191x 24 күн бұрын

    Puss in boots was awesome, it feels like a movie that was made by people who were excited and passionate about their creation

  • Lizzie Logemann
    Lizzie Logemann Ай бұрын +1

    I'm so glad to see you praising the Avatar movies! Like you said, it doesn't have to be complicated to be good. These are straightforward, but fucking good movies! They're some of my favorites and I love to see them getting some praise!

  • Ronan Coster
    Ronan Coster Ай бұрын

    I actually really enjoyed Avatar2 it could probably have done with a bit of editing but you sun it up well. It’s simple engaging interesting fun. 8/10

  • Isaiah Senku
    Isaiah Senku Ай бұрын +1

    I'm so happy Marcus is appreciating AVATAR for what it is!
    *Jimmy's got a plan and it might just be the greatest plan known to man*

  • Chupppy
    Chupppy Ай бұрын +613

    Be honest I think this should be a monthly thing on like stuff he wants to talk about and instead of making full videos I think it would be easier to just do this since not every piece of media can be made into full videos

    • Viper
      Viper Ай бұрын +4

      Kinda like Karsten Runquist's "What I Watched in [insert month here]."

    • The Information
      The Information Ай бұрын +7

      my man to lazy fo that

    • Why I wake Up
      Why I wake Up Ай бұрын +13

      I think it should be about every 3 or so months like supereyepatchwolf or bhultra with “seasonal” videos

    • Pumpactionmusket
      Pumpactionmusket Ай бұрын +36

      Normally I'd grimace at the prospect of a video essayist I enjoy shifting to streaming because of the decline of quality in the content but he legit conveys his opinions on stream exactly the way he would if he pumped out a scripted video, it's uncanny. Definitely agree.

    • Cyberpunk
      Cyberpunk Ай бұрын +21

      I vote for this

  • Carole Daigle
    Carole Daigle Ай бұрын +1

    if you haven’t, I would definitely recommend Everything Everywhere All at Once. It’s very…..your kind of comedy and your kinda of movie

  • Ben Bailey
    Ben Bailey Ай бұрын

    2022 turned out to be one of the best years for movies and tv in recent memory. We got so much good stuff that this is one of the first years that Marvel and Disneys's output has been almost completely forgotten.

  • FiveStarMan
    FiveStarMan Ай бұрын +4

    I love how Marcus went from making fun of the Rise of Skywalker for how it used the word ghoul to now between this and the Transformers 3 reaction (re-uploaded on a different channel), he uses the word all the time

  • Void Leech
    Void Leech Ай бұрын +3

    i didn’t realize that Barbarian was directed by Zach from WKUK and that honestly explains why i enjoyed it so much.

    • Mymy Hi
      Mymy Hi Ай бұрын +2

      The Grapist

  • SaltySparrow
    SaltySparrow Ай бұрын

    In the Menu, whenever they showed the plates with the name of the dish, especially later, l actually laughed out loud.

  • slipinoy
    slipinoy Ай бұрын +230

    Andor was the first time I've willingly rewatched post original trilogy content just because it was so gripping. How it managed to be so complex without being messy is amazing by modern standards

    • kdusel1991
      kdusel1991 Ай бұрын

      @Golden Age of Dinosaurs It's the best star wars show in a long time!

    • BT-7274
      BT-7274 Ай бұрын

      Have yiu seen clone wars completely, if you have, id ask how long ago, since after rewatching the show and many episodes its far better then i remembered

    • Scrapox 2
      Scrapox 2 Ай бұрын

      I just finished my third watch and I'm considering a fourth one. Which is insane to me since I usually don't watch a show or movie twice let alone three times. This show just came out of nowhere setting a new standard for what Star Wars can be.

    • Ghost Toast
      Ghost Toast Ай бұрын

      @Emily B bro i like the prequels but they have a very fair point its messy asf

    • Golden Age of Dinosaurs
      Golden Age of Dinosaurs Ай бұрын +7

      Yeah, I was blown away by Andor. Probably my favorite Star Wars since Empire Strikes Back.

  • Kieron Farley
    Kieron Farley Ай бұрын +1

    1 Andor cameo will be fine but it can only be 1 for half an episode where they help the rebellion. Because realistically the rebel network starts to unite at this time period so your gonna have characters naturally bump into each other. I think the most tasteful cameo would just be one of the Fulcrums (Ahsoka or even setter mutton chop guy from rebels) giving intel or a debrief and they never find out who they are and just leave it at that.

  • Mark Means
    Mark Means Ай бұрын

    Good to have you back - especially love the review of House of Dragons. Spot on with the Matt Smith non aging - I missed that

  • Barista Bran
    Barista Bran Ай бұрын +1

    RRR is one of the best things to come out in the last decade

  • TapiTalk
    TapiTalk Ай бұрын

    I do want Leia for season 2 of Andor now. She would naturally fit in with the double life angle, especially with Mon Mothma bringing Bail Organa into the fold.

  • 3Noshi
    3Noshi Ай бұрын +1

    Really enjoyed this format. I love super long videos too where I can just listen to you rant while I do some work or something

  • Alex Macdougall
    Alex Macdougall Ай бұрын +146

    Andor finally did the thing where the story is good enough it doesn't need to have the framework of STAR WARS to prop it up.

  • Mathias Kristensen
    Mathias Kristensen Ай бұрын

    Can't wait for Cosmo's review on this video and he suddenly finds out he was too generous with the scores all this time

  • Media Tech
    Media Tech Ай бұрын +2

    Andor isn't just great star wars this is genuinely one of the best Sci-fi shows ever. It's so amazing

  • Shane B
    Shane B Ай бұрын +3

    When Justin Long is measuring the space and finds the room and without missing a beat just starts measuring it. I died.

  • Mo Go
    Mo Go Ай бұрын

    Your thoughts on The Menu made me understand that people who didn't enjoy that movie thought they were watching a mystery or a thriller rather than the black comedy that it is.

  • Dr. Delicate Touch
    Dr. Delicate Touch Ай бұрын +1

    Your experience with Jurassic Park is the same with me and the original Star Wars trilogy. I’ve seen all three movies in bits and pieces over the years.

  • michael lombardi
    michael lombardi Ай бұрын +255

    I can't get over how good Puss in boots was. I saw it twice!

    • Angel Veronica
      Angel Veronica Ай бұрын

      @kdusel1991 honest review and please take it from me it’s good as a KIDS movie some of the violence is mild for kids and thus the battles are often mild other than that the animation is beautiful. The cinematography is rich the characters are fun and developed especially for a movie this small and has a beautiful premise along with banger music and much enjoyment even if u are an adult the humor and some conversations are much more adult having the gritty humor that adults will understand and enjoy although it really depends on your humor I found it very funny and although I am a teen I believe both mature and immature audiences for the most part will enjoy it. So yes I believe for the most and bet part go to the movies and see it or purchase it online, pirating is kinda of scummy and honestly it’s just one of those movies I believe deserves every dollar and so much more. I even watched the original and shrek 2 a few more times alongside my rewatches, if you still don’t believe me ask your freinds or fam who have seen it or look at reviews but tbh that’s not the best option. Other than that PLEASE WATCH IT ITS SO WORTH IT

    • b h q
      b h q Ай бұрын

      mid ass movie

    • Mikael_1305
      Mikael_1305 Ай бұрын

      I’m gonna watch it for a 3rd time now

    • Saint Graeme
      Saint Graeme Ай бұрын +1

      I've watched it 4 times now because I watched through the whole thing each time I showed it to a new friend lol

    • Andrew Blissett
      Andrew Blissett Ай бұрын

      @kdusel1991 Please watch it. It's so good.

  • Urie Kline
    Urie Kline Ай бұрын +1

    I agree with you 98% of the time. Sometimes I think you're inside my head when you write reviews, even the more contarian ones....but your words about Anya are fighting words sir 🤣

  • 𝐚𝐧𝐦𝐨𝐥
    𝐚𝐧𝐦𝐨𝐥 Ай бұрын +5

    *RRR* is my absolute favourite. I've watched it like 20 times now and its just as bombastic and fun every single time. Such a masterpiece. SS Rajamouli is an absolute craftsman. 👑

  • Dennis Löfgren
    Dennis Löfgren Ай бұрын +1

    The only reason I haven't watched Puss in Boots yet is because I live in Sweden and they don't show most animated movies in English in theaters. It bothers me to no end. I will watch it as soon as it starts streaming or up for rent/purchase on iTunes.

  • Jessica
    Jessica Ай бұрын +1

    I'm at the 1 hr 30 min mark of RRR...
    And holy shit this movie slaps on another level