Category Archives: Perspective Reviews – Your Favorite Movies – The Educational & Professional’s Perspectives

You love TV, DVDs, Blu-Rays, Streaming Service Originals and Feature Films. So do we. Perspective Reviews allow you to open the door to nostalgia, details and memories that make the collective media heart sing. How does Hollywood get it right? Where do they flounder? What kind of hype was there? Was the property a strong money maker over the years? Find out NOW with a growing listing of professionals as they gather to talk about the movies YOU love, with their skill sets, thoughts and perspectives leading the way. It’s time for Perspective Reviews from 2GuysTalking.

The Call (2013) - A Perspective Review Featuring a Real-Life 911 Dispatcher & Crisis Negotiator

The Call (2013) – A Perspective Review Featuring a Real-Life 911 Dispatcher & Crisis Negotiator



  You are instantly inside of a warm, fuzzy blanket of security when you think of the concept of – 911. All hell breaks loose – everything goes sideways and you simply pick up the phone and all things start to be righted – or do they? We’ve been using 911 since 1968 and the system, capabilities and features continue to … Continue reading The Call (2013) – A Perspective Review Featuring a Real-Life 911 Dispatcher & Crisis Negotiator


Code of Silence (1985) – A Perspective Review



The sprawling city of Chicago. A bad cop. A dead kid… and Chuck Norris? There’s something magnetic about Chuck Norris. It’s why we can all quote one of a million quotes where Chuck Norris Doesn’t Do Push Ups – He Pushes the World DOWN. The memories of the best Chuck Norris quotes are good but … Continue reading Code of Silence (1985) – A Perspective Review


Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991) – A Perspective Review



  August 29th of each year is a very special day. A day when all things end, and begin anew after the machines become self-aware at 2:14am/EST. Regardless of whether you’re a Terminator fan or not, moviegoers will agree that Terminator 2, directed by Terminator Director James Cameron, is one of the finest movies ever … Continue reading Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991) – A Perspective Review


The TERMINATOR Podcast: A Perspective Review of The TERMINATOR - 1984

The Terminator (1984) – A Perspective Review



  The science fiction horror world gave film making history something truly special when James Cameron’s The TERMINATOR was released in 1984. It sparked one of the most legendary series of characters ever created, generated an unforgettable listing of one-liners, and paves the way for so many generations of sequels, toys, film tendencies and more. … Continue reading The Terminator (1984) – A Perspective Review


Independence Day (1996) – A Perspective Review



Have aliens visited Earth? This question has always been an intriguing one. From the first “contact” we may have had in 1947, the various incidents reporting inside of The Air Force’s “Project Blue Book” to any one of hundreds of documentaries you can find streaming online today – the question “have we been visited” is … Continue reading Independence Day (1996) – A Perspective Review


Air Force One (1997) – A Perspective Review



How many of you LIKE our current President of the United States? Whether you’re a fan or not, the fact is that feature films galore have featured both real and fictional Presidents for a very long time. Inside of 1997’s Air Force One, we’re introduced to President James Marshall – a former military vet, devoted … Continue reading Air Force One (1997) – A Perspective Review


2GuysTalkingStarWars: Return of the Jedi (1983) Perspective Review



In 1980, we learned the POWER of “The Empire” when it struck back against the Rebel forces for 2 hours and 7 minutes. That power was accompanied by one of the – if not the greatest-paced movies of all time but also a question. That question? When would the franchise return? When would it come back … Continue reading 2GuysTalkingStarWars: Return of the Jedi (1983) Perspective Review


Die Hard (1988) – A Perspective Review



There is a strange entry that is classified as “the Best Christmas Movie of All Time”, and while it features the words, “Ho, Ho, Ho”, Merry Christmas, and takes place in December – the FIREWORKS featured inside the movie are the captivating piece of it as we all collectively say, “Yipee-Ki-Yay, Motherf@#%&*!” The words terrorism … Continue reading Die Hard (1988) – A Perspective Review


Christine (1983) – A Perspective Review



  The color – Red. The Make – Plymouth. The value – Awesome. In 1983 there were a lot of big things goin’ on. Hair. Neon colored clothes. The expectations of your woodshop instructor. The other big thing that was going on, during the summer of 1983 – was a little movie, about a really … Continue reading Christine (1983) – A Perspective Review


2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Empire Strikes Back (1983) Perspective Review



Frozen Tundra was a pretty normal phrase for me when I was a kid. Having grown up in Chicago, then Wisconsin, Frozen Tundras were a regular, icy occurrence but – in 1980 – there was a frozen tundra experience that started something completely different in the lives of millions. The Empire Strikes Back – the sequel to a little movie … Continue reading 2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Empire Strikes Back (1983) Perspective Review