Inspired Chaos

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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Ramblin' Reviews

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Swing into heavy spoiler territory with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they talk about Marvel's newest entry, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tom Holland's third solo outing as the famous web-slinger. Not to be outdone, the boys then discuss new episodes of the MCU's Hawkeye (Florence Pugh alert!), AppleTV+'s Invasion and Foundation, Netflix's Lost In Space, and Big Sky, followed by some updates on new projects they're putting together for next year. So what say you? Was Spider-Man: No Way Home amazing, or did all of the noise surrounding the multiverse cause more chaos than it was worth?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Dance into the ultimate rumble as Creative Genius Bryan Caron and (an injured) Professor Avatar Tom Grimes invite special guest April Vidal from Miss April's Dance to discuss Steven Spielberg's adaptation of the award-winning stage play, West Side Story. The trio talk all things Sharks vs. Jets, how the film differs from the original Oscar-winning film from 1961, and which one wins the ultimate rumble of cinematic mastery. So what say you? Which version of West Side Story did you prefer, and what changes worked and which didn't? Also, what song is your favorite?

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Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! This week, since the theaters and streaming services are bare of new offerings, Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes share their lists for the top 5 Christmas movies of all time, as well as a few honorable mentions and what started the conversation of Christmas movies, episode 3 of Marvel's Hawkeye. So what say you? Did your favorite Christmas movie make the list? And what are your top 5 Christmas movies of all time?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Walk down the world of fashion with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they discuss House of Gucci, the true-life story of the fall of the Gucci dynasty. Other reviews included on the runway include the Netflix original film, tick, tick.. Boom!, King Richard, which chronicles the early years of Venus and Serena Williams, the new Disney film, Encanto, and the first two episodes of Marvel's newest Disney+ original, Hawkeye (and whether it's a Christmas show or a show that takes place at Christmas). So what say you? Were the stellar performances enough to give House of Gucci plenty of applause, or did the film bite off more than it could chew?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Accept the call with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they discuss Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the long-awaited (real) follow-up to the 1984 blockbuster hit (and its less-affectionate sequel). After, the duo discusses some of the Disney+ Day announcements, a little on renewals, new episodes of Young Sheldon and Ghosts, the newest Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, and a big announcement regarding Lethal Weapon 5. So what say you? Did Ghostbusters: Afterlife bring the franchise back to the good old days, or did it regurgitate too much of the original to make it worthwhile?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Join the heist for Cleopatra's mysterious eggs with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they discuss the Netflix action-comedy Red Notice, starring heavyweights Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot. Following the main course are discussions on new episodes of Young Sheldon and Ghosts, quick reviews on the series finale of Supergirl, AppleTV+'s Invasion, Foundation, and the Tom Hanks film, Finch, and Netflix's newest hoiliday-themed rom-com, Love Hard, as well as tributes to character actor Dean Stockwell and their very own friend and colleague, local photographer Jimmy Fu, who lost his battle with cancer earlier in the week. So what say you? Was Red Notice an enjoyable, mindless caper, or was it nothing more than a predictable mess?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Fight the deviants alongside Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they discuss Marvel's newest entry into their cinematic universe, Eternals. Also on tap are quick thoughts on Antlers, and discussions on new episodes of YOU, Fear the Walking Dead, Invasion, CSI: Vegas, and Young Sheldon. So what say you? Was Eternals a super new entry into the MCU or did it stray too far away from the MCU formula for your liking?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Come away with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes into a world of introspection with Edgar Wright's new supernatural thriller, Last Night In Soho. The boys then discuss Ron's Gone Wrong, You, Doogie Kamealoha, M.D., Animal Kingdom, and Young Sheldon, and the premieres of SyFy's Chucky and Day of the Dead. So what say you? Was Last Night In Soho a haunting murder mystery or did the execution leave you lost in the mirrors?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory. Time is limited this week for Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes, but they still had time to watch part one of Denis Villaneuve's sprawling epic, Dune. The boys also take a quick look at the 1st season finale of Hulu's Only Murders in the Building and their predictions for where the show may go in season two. So what say you? Did Dune blow your mind with its tremendous special effects or was it far too political to get invested in?

Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Get into the Halloween spirit with Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes as they review the sequel to the direct sequel of the original Halloween film, Halloween Kills. Then, listen for quick reviews on several other recent films, The Many Saints of Newark, Gunpowder Milkshake and The Guilty. So what say you? Did Halloween Kills do a good job of setting up the final chapter in the new trilogy, or did it stab itself in the foot with too many clichés?

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