In this clip of the Brilliant Idiots podcast featuring the Breakfast Club’s Charlamagne tha God and stand up comedian Andrew Schulz they discuss Netflix new film Bright with Will Smith.



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  1. If movie theaters would just let you rent feature films from home we would all get shitty films from now on because 30 people will group up in one house for a 30 buck movie night and the returns would be terrible for film companies.

  2. Hey ANDREW I finished the Hulu show There’s Johnny. I loved it. Can’t wait for season 2! I’m surprised you had so many talking parts. You did amazing. Keep it up!!!

  3. Bright isn't as bad as everyone says it is. I like how ambitious the movie was, especially where every movie nowadays is a remake or rendition of the same shit. The movie isn't great, but it isn't complete trash either. The dialogue in the movie was horrible, the writing was pretty bad, and the ending was predictable. But the plot was cool and the action was ok as well. It's just a average movie.

  4. Bright was great! However, Will Smith was too big for the film. I feel like people expected more simply because Will was in it. Maybe he shouldve helped directed it or something.

  5. i think CHARLAMAGNE is a bit dumb. I like him but he's kinda dumb… he's got 10% stupid. Like dumb! but it's only 10%. I guess because he's so confident as well that 10% seems bigger but he's just 10% stupid. 90% Confident.

  6. Critics better catch the wave. Why pay 80 for a movie when Netflix movies are killing the game πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™€οΈ. It carries the same weight as a feature film. Nobody hates on HBO specials. Straight to streaming is the new wave. Not everyone wants to go to a movie theater

  7. Shultz is 100% right on how Charlamagne perceived the movie. He admitted to not really watching and not knowing what was going on so how the fuck can he stand there and continue to say he didn't like it… It's cause Shultz was right. He said some early negative shit about the movie and had to sick to with it

  8. You nailed it! Critics will never give this film a good review, it jeopardizes their job and Hollywood, like everything else, chains them up to say what they want them to say. Movie was legit.

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