One Star Bazaar

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This week we feature a frequent flier on the podcast and review the Michael Bay helmed Bad Boys II. The threequel, Bad Boys for Life, had a decent run in theaters so we thought the franchise deserved a revisit.
This week we look at an attempt at bringing a wildly successful Broadway show to the silver screen that failed so miserably it got thrown out of theaters faster than last month's popcorn. 
We review the Netflix Original team up between Michael Bay and Ryan Reynolds.
Jonathan loves Hellboy the comic/graphic novel series, this week we discuss the cinematic reboot Hellboy (2019).
This week we review the 5th collaboration between Peter Berg and Mark Walhberg, Spenser Confidential, a Netflix Original movie loosely based on the book “Wonderland” by Ace Atkins. 
We discussed this film’s predecessor on Everything I Learned From Movies and Jonathan really wanted to know what happens next so we’re reviewing the sequel Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem.
This week I bring you another Molly's Minisode. I love garbage movies, critics REALLY hated this one, let's see if Fantasy Island (2020) is a dream come true or a living nightmare.
Jonathan is out of town and that means Molly's Minisodes is back! This week I rant about Skybound an airplane disaster movie that hardly any critics reviewed, Metacritic thinks doesn't exist, and has a made-up word for a title. 
This week we review the latest attempt at bringing the character of Dr. Dolittle to the big screen starring Marvel's darling Robert Downey Jr. 
This week we review a superhero movie based on an old timey radio show based on a pulp comic from the 1930’s, The Shadow. 
This week we review the sequel/reboot/seque-boot of the popular Men in Black franchise without any of the original stars.
Celebrating our One Year Podiversary and kicking off season 3 with a bonus episode as a thank you to our listeners as well as a brief introduction for new listeners. 
In our Season 2 finale we review the Netflix original, Murder Mystery, starring Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, and Luke Evans. 
We review the runner up in our Twitter poll, The Happytime Murders, a movie that puts a puppet twist on the buddy cop genre. 
We review your Twitter pick! Max Payne got its star nominated for a Razzie and still managed to take the #1 spot at the box office on opening weekend. Big stars and big box office bucks, how bad can it be?
Happy Halloween! Join us on our trip down to the Catacombs of Paris as we review the found-footage flick, As Above So Below. 
We review the movies that launched several successful Hollywood careers and won the hearts of a generation, despite the terrible critical reception.
We review Thugs of Hindostan, a historical epic that under-performed at the box office despite Bollywood's biggest stars and a big budget. Does it play better on our side of the pond?
We dive in to the remake of the 1987 Overboard. The original film only has a 45% on Rotten Tomatoes which makes us wonder just how much worse this gender-swapped update can really be. 
Special guest Drew from the Reel Feels Podcast joins us to review Beneath the Darkness, a movie starring Dennis Quaid that made less than $10k at the box office.
We review the ONLY one star film from the famed James Bond franchise. Critics said Roger Moore was too old, the movie too long, and had too much action but we disagree.
This week we make our first foray into our movies based on TV category and review the box office bust The Lone Ranger. Previous pairings of Verbinski and Depp were huge blockbusters, so why was this adaptation so lackluster? 
For Jonathan's triumphant return to the podcast, we bring you a movie that not even google users rated above one star, the universally panned Holmes and Watson. Another movie where we have to go into it thinking how bad can it really be?
In this final Molly’s Minisode of the season, I bring you a movie that doesn’t meet our strict criteria and that seemingly no critics have reviewed, the latest SyFy and Ian Ziering offering, Zombie Tidal Wave.
This week, I bring you the penultimate installment of Molly’s Minisodes, where I review the movies Jonathan refuses to watch. Jem and the Holograms brings an 80’s cartoon rock star from the small screen to the silver screen in the age of the internet. 
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One Star Bazaar
Podcast Status
Nov 9th, 2018
Latest Episode
May 19th, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
35 minutes

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