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! Break out the tissues for Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes' review of Ordinary Angels, a new faith-based film starring Hilary Swank. Spread your wings further into television reviews as the boys discuss new episodes of Ghosts, Young Sheldon, Tracker, Resident Alien, and NCIS, the season finale of Quantum Leap, and Bryan's thoughts on Bob Marley: One Love and Land of Bad. So what say you? Was Ordinary Angels the tearjerker you needed or did the film divert too far away from actual events? Also, who would you cast as you in a film on your life story?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Get caught in Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes's review of Madame Web, Sony's newest entry into a Marvel universe. Stick around after for reviews on several shows on network television. Discussions include season premiere episodes of Young Sheldon, Ghosts, and Resident Alien, the series premiere of Tracker, and series finale of La Brea, and new episodes of Quantum Leap and Not Dead Yet. So what say you? Were you captivated by the introduction of Madame Web or did the film spin your mind into a string of nonsense? Also, what was you favorite network premiere this week?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Grab your axe and your sewing kit for Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes's review of Lisa Frankenstein, a new electrified horror-comedy. Then sew on an ear to listen to reviews on the Jake Johnson Hulu film Self-Reliance, new episodes of La Brea, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, and Quantum Leap, and old shows made new again, Loudermilk and Trying. So what say you? Did you find life in the premise of the film or was Lisa Frankenstein nothing more than a hot mess of 80s-riddled nostalgia? Also, what is your favorite zombie comedy?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Writing shouldn't be this fun as Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes talk about Argylle, the new spy comedy from writer-director Matthew Vaughn. When the story ends, stick around for discussions on Prime Video's Role Play, episodes from season 3 of Santa Clarita Diet, new episodes of Quantum Leap, The Irrational, and La Brea. So what say you? Was Argylle a fun spin on the spy genre, or did the film twist you up in confusion? Also, what is your favorite Kingsman film?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Witness the sexualized tension between a writing professor (Martin Freeman) and his student (Jenna Ortega) as Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes discuss the independent film, Miller's Girl. After, check out their thoughts on Poor Things and the full list of this year's Oscar nominations. So what say you? Did the lead actors deliver believable chemistry, or was Miller's Girl write itself into a corner? Also, what is your favorite film about writers?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Pick a side in the war over the I.S.S. (International Space Station) as Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes review the new slow-burn, science fiction thriller. Then, escape into other movies and television shows as the boys discuss the new musical adaptation of Mean Girls, episodes of Quantum Leap, Ted, and Echo, the first two episodes of La Brea's final season, and a quick shout-out to the Emmys. So what say you? Did you find I.S.S. to be an explosive mind-game, or did the film suck all the oxygen from life itself? Also, what is your favorite movie filmed in zero-gravity?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Smoke out the hornets out with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they discuss The Beekeeper, Jason Statham's newest action vehicle. Keep the buzz going afterward with reviews on the updated version of The Color Purple, the new Kevin Hart action-comedy Lift, the season finale of Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, and the premiere episode of the MCU's Echo, as well as a quick rundown of the winners at this year's Golden Globes. So what say you? Did Jason Statham fire you up as The Beekeeper, or did the film have too much blood and not enough honey? Also, what is your favorite Jason Statham-led action thriller?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Jump in for a Night Swim with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they review the newest supernatural horror film from Blumhouse Productions. After, swim into the deep dark depths of winter film and television with discussions on Ferrari, Anyone But You, and episodes of Reacher, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, Beacon 23, The Swarm, and What If...? So what say you? Did Night Swim kick off the new year with a major fright or did the the film drown in blandness? Also, who do you like better: Wyatt or Kurt?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Ring in the new year with a look at the past year as Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes run down their lists of the top ten best films of the year and the five (or maybe 3) worst films of the year. Stick around after for a quick look at the big movies coming out in 2024. So what say you? Did your favorite movies make the list? Were their even worse movies out there?
Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Wade into the end of the current DC cinematic universe with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they review Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, the final film in the current DCEU franchise. Then, swim into reviews and thoughts on more movies, including Old Dads, Poor Things, Candy Cane Lane, and Barbie, as well as the newest episode of Monarch: Legacy of Monsters. So what say you? Did Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom end the Zack Snyder DCEU with a bang or did the movie drown in quippiness? Also, what is your favorite film in the DC universe?