The Breakdown of 'Morbius', 'Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood' and 'Moonfall'

This week The Movie Breakdown is rocketing off to space, because that is where Sony must be living if they still believe that they can launch a cinematic universe based off Spider-Man villains. But this is what they're doing, and the latest is the Jared Leto starring Morbius. Then we actually do go to space with the Richard Linklater directed coming-of-age animated drama set during the great space race to the moon in Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood. Speaking of the moon, Halle Berry and Patrick Wilson battle the moon that is set to destroy the earth in Roland Emmerich's Moonfall.

We also celebrate the career of Bruce Willis who recently announced his retirement due to being diagnosed with aphasia. We also look at the box office success of The Lost City and dig into what we can learn from it.

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Question of the Week: What sequel is better than the original?

Movie Ratings:

Morbius * (CS & SM) 
Apollo 10½ *** (CS) & ***½ (SM)
Moonfall * (SM & CS)