Sorry to Bother You review – Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes

Jason and Kurt discuss the “wild, absurdist comedy,” Sorry to Bother You, from writer-director Boots Riley and Annapurna Pictures.

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Directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Written by Gordon McAlpin and Joe Dunn
Starring:
Tom Brazelton – Kurt
Gordon McAlpin – Jason
Music by Tangelene Bolton
Co-Executive Producers: Avrom Honig and Lawrence McAlpin
Producers: Tom Brazelton, Joe Dunn, and Christopher Niessl
Associate Producers: Amy Guth and Scott Weinberg


The Incredibles 2 review – Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes

Jason and Kurt have an animated (and spoiler-free!) conversation about writer-director Brad Bird’s latest, the big-budget, family-friendly, animated superhero flick… The Incredibles 2!

ALL-NEW episodes of Multiplex 10: The Web Series are coming soon, thanks to over 300 fabulous backers on Kickstarter! If you missed the funding period, it’s not too late to help support the web series AND get access to the exclusive behind-the-scene content in the process! Just head over to our Patreon! ▶ http://patreon.com/gmcalpin


Directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Written by Gordon McAlpin and Joe Dunn
Producers: Tom Brazelton and Joe Dunn
Starring:
Tom Brazelton – Kurt
Gordon McAlpin – Jason
Music by Tangelene Bolton
Associate Producer: Amy Guth


The Multiplex 10: The Web Series Kickstarter ends in ONE WEEK

As of the RIGHT NOW — 10pm on Tuesday, July 10 — there are exactly seven days remaining in the Multiplex 10: The Web Series Kickstarter project! We’ve raised over 83% of our funding goal, putting us well within striking distance of the base goal for the upcoming final push!

Thanks to hitting a $16,000 milestone goal really early, the Kickstarter campaign funds more than just additional web series episodes and animated movie reviews:

  • There will be three shorter movie reviews with Jason (rewards for our Co-Executive Producer backers).
  • It will also fund a series of strips where Kurt and Jason “review” (from a certain point of view) the Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Lord of the Rings (and Hobbit) movies — twenty-four of the nerdiest movies you all know and love. I’m going to have a little fun with the format, and while the animation deadlines will take precedence, I’m hoping to make them one a fairly regular basis — so the Multiplex 10 Cinemas staff (or two of them) will be in a webcomic again.
  • AND while this is an unofficial reward, Joe Dunn has threatened to feature the Multiplex 10 cast in two strips a week for three months. Here’s one of his recent misappropriations of these characters:
I can’t believe Joe doesn’t know how to spell my name right by now.

But none of this happens unless we hit that base goal, so don’t wait! No matter how good things look right now, the sooner we hit the base goal, the better. Funded projects always see a big boost in pledges — people just love “betting” on a sure thing.

Other News & Updates

  • Animation for Adults interviewed me about Multiplex and Multiplex 10! Most of you already know the origins of the comic strip, but we talked a little about my influences and my goofy ass elevator pitch for a Multiplex 10 TV series.
  • Multiplex 10: The Animated Short has been officially selected by the Independent Cinema Summer Showcase! It will screen at the event in Los Angeles, CA, on July 29th, but I don’t have any more details beyond that right now.
  • Leigh Lahav (who will be writing an upcoming Multiplex 10 episode provided the project gets successfully funded) just posted a new video TODAY — “The Infinite Place.” Check out that shirt, because it’s funny as fork!

Solo review – Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes

Jason and Kurt discuss Solo: A Star Wars Story, the latest and… uh… well, the latest from Lucasfilm.

A Kickstarter to fund additional episodes of Multiplex 10: The Web Series and more movie reviews will be launching in TWO WEEKS (June 25th)! Be sure to subscribe to the Multiplex 10 RSS feed, the Multiplex 10 YouTube Channel, or Gordon McAlpin’s newsletter to get notified when it launches!


Directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Written by Gordon McAlpin and Joe Dunn
Producers: Tom Brazelton and Joe Dunn
Starring:
Tom Brazelton – Kurt
Gordon McAlpin – Jason
Music by Tangelene Bolton and Graham Plowman
Associate Producer: Amy Guth


Revenge review – Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes

Kurt and Jason discuss writer-director Coralie Fargeat’s revenge thriller, Revenge. There are a few clips from the red band trailer in this video, and the movie’s plot is… er, unpleasant. So maybe don’t watch this at work.

Revenge is out now in theaters and VOD! You can rent it from Amazon Video here ▶ https://amzn.to/2LF7a9M

Our Patreon backers can watch an exclusive, longer discussion of Revenge by Joe Dunn and Gordon McAlpin (with some spoiler talk)! Help support the production of more Multiplex 10 movie reviews and web series episodes! Become a patron today! ▶ http://www.patreon.com/gmcalpin


Written, directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Producers: Tom Brazelton and Joe Dunn
Starring:
Tom Brazelton – Kurt
Gordon McAlpin – Jason
Music by Tangelene Bolton
Associate Producer: Amy Guth


Avengers: Infinity War review – Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes

Kurt and Jason take on the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe flick, Avengers: Infinity War!

We’re going to be focusing on these movie reviews for the near future while we prep an upcoming Kickstarter project to fund additional episodes of Multiplex 10: The Web Series.

We hope you enjoy these! And, like Jason says at the end, let us know what upcoming movie releases you’d like to see the Multiplex 10 gang review!


Written, directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Producers: Tom Brazelton and Joe Dunn
Starring:
Tom Brazelton – Kurt
Gordon McAlpin – Jason
Music by Tangelene Bolton
Associate Producer: Amy Guth