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Good Boys...kind of

So I promise that we set out to record an episode on the the recent comedy, Good Boys, but we got sidetracked a little. So now in this Good Boys episode you will also hear us talk about 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, The Art of Racing in the Rain, the trailers for the new Star Wars film and Last Christmas, and we also try to figure out why Booksmart didn’t make more money. So I apologize if we are all over the map on this one, but that’s kind of the premise of the show.

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark & Ready or Not

This week we take a look a two recent horror films, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Ready or Not. Did these well reviewed movies meet our expectations, or end up leaving us feeling a little bit cold? As per usually Sean will get hung up on the weirdest little things, and Drew will argue with Sean about getting hung up on the weirdest little things.

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Fast & Furious presents: Hobbs & Shaw

Okay, out of the gate, we have some problems with the title. We understand why they felt the need to make it so wordy, but you know Roy, and he really get particular when it comes to movie titles. How did we feel about the 9th movie in the F&F universe? I guess we could just tell you, but then maybe you would listen to us ramble on for an hour about how ridiculous this movie was. So maybe just listen to the episode.

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The Lion King (2019)

Here we are again, in the endless circle of Disney films. This time we are visiting the latest “live action” remake of a classic Disney cartoon, The Lion King. Much like the other examples of Disney reimagining their films, this one was met with pretty divisive reviews. Much like the Aladdin remake, The Lion King seems to be resistant to any negative comments that reviewers may have. How do you think we landed on this one? Guess you’ll just have to listen to find out…because this is a podcast…that’s kind of how this works.

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Ranking Spider-Man

This week we rank all the Spider-Man…Spider-Men…Spider-Folks? Well I am not really sure of the plural just yet, but we look at all films with spider bitten heroes and rank them from worst to best. We also rank the actors who have taken on the role. I know that people will disagree with us, because I have already had people tell me they disagree with us, and the show isn’t even up yet. That’s okay, we don’t all have to be on the same page on this one. The debate is what’s fun about this kind of thing.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home

As long as there are comic book movies, we will continue to do episodes about them. Would it be nice to talk about other movies? Of course, but we give the fans what they want, and what they want is to hear us talk about the new Spider-Man…I guess…who really knows. What did you think of the newest feature starring the famed web-crawler?

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Actor Spotlight - Joseph Gordon-Levitt

When Roy has a couple of days off, and spends that time watching movies starring JGL, we do a special episode all about him. It turns out that we like pretty much everything that he has done, even the ones that maybe weren’t as well received as they could have been. Do you have a favorite JGL movie or moment? Please let us know!

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Always Be My Maybe & Brightburn

Yeah, that’s right, we are pairing the new Netflix comedy Always Be My Maybe and the ultra-violent Superman knockoff, Brightburn. Do they go together at all? No. Did we find a way to make bridge the difference to make a good pairing? No. But did we at least give it all we had in the hopes that you would enjoy this weird duo?Also no. Kidding, kidding…we always give you 110%.

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Men In Black: International & Dark Phoenix

The idea that people are tired of sequels is not a new one. For years every time something fails, people are so quick to say that Hollywood doesn’t make anything new anymore, and that on reboots and sequels get any screens at the theater. I am not here to argue about that, that could probably be the subject of several other episodes. But I think that maybe people aren’t tired of sequels, they are just tired of bad movies. So, on that note, here is our episode for Men in Black: International and Dark Phoenix.

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Pokémon Detective Pikachu

I never played Pokémon, I never watched the show, I never bought the cards, I did catch a few that first week that the Pokémon Go was released, but that quickly faded from my routine. Maybe I was not the target demographic for this movie, but I’ve seen the trailer 4000 times, so I figured I might as well see what all the kids are talking about. I’m still not entirely sure what they are talking about, but we try and make sense of it anyway.

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John Wick 3: Parabellum

Obviously this is the most poorly named John Wick movie, but how did the movie itself stack up against its predecessors? The critics loved it, it made more money than the other two, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t find a few minor things to latch on to, and talk endlessly about. I’m just saying…there are some really stupid parts in this outing. Like… way more stupid than last time.

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Aladdin (2019)

There are a lot of opinions about Disney making live action remakes of their animated classics. So far, the results have been a mixed bag, and their newest release, Aladdin, seems to have divided audiences once again. Though more likely, this movie has divided audiences from critics. So sit back and listen to us discuss the good and bad of the latest Disney blockbuster, Aladdin.

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Booksmart

I know that we don’t normally tell you how we feel about a movie in these little blurbs, but you should run, not walk, to see Booksmart. I know that there are a lot of big tentpole films out right now, and maybe a high school comedy doesn’t sound like much competition, but this directorial debut from OIivia Wilde manages to exceed many of the limitations that plague this genre of films. We give our opinions without going too deep into the movie, so it is pretty spoiler free. We fill the rest of the time discussing our favorite “graduation” themed movies, and there are some good ones.

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The Long Shot

This week we try to discuss the new comedy, The Long Shot. I say that we tried, because we really live up to our name on this episode, and had a pretty hard time staying on track. So in addition to our take on this charming new comedy, we also discuss the new Sonic the Hedgehog trailer, SNL, and my mom’s love of DC films.

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Pet Semetary & Hellboy

This week we take a look at a couple of movies that have already existed, but they went ahead and made new versions anyway. Did either of these movies need to be made? Did either of them exceed the originals? Did one of them manage to be a contender for the worst movie of 2019? So many questions, and we do our best to answer them.

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Our Favorite MCU Moments

When we finished recording our Avengers: Endgame episode, we decided that we wanted to talk about some of our favor Marvel moments through the years. Some of them are scene that we all love, a few were kind of a surprise. These are all moments from before Endgame, so if you haven’t seen it yet, nothing will be spoiled for you. But seriously, if you haven’t seen the new Avengers, please stop what you’re doing and go now!

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Avengers: Endgame

We, along with every other movie or pop culture podcast, present to you our Avengers: Endgame episode. Please keep in mind that we are talking about the entire film, so if you don’t want to hear about every major plot point, please skip this episode for now, but definitely circle back to us later on. I know that everybody has thoughts, so if you're bored, please share some of them with us.

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Netflix Originals

We’ve done an episode like this before, but with so many Netflix original movies being made, we had to do it again. Polar, Triple Frontier, The Unicorn Store, The Perfect Date, and The Silence…We tried to cover as many genres as we could, but we apologize if we couldn’t get to everything. Since there are no less that 50 new Netflix movies released each week, if you saw one that you think we should talk about, please let us know.

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Shazam!

As we inch ever closer to comic book movie fatigue, we examine the latest (and greatest?) film in the DCEU, Shazam! Did DC finally figure out a way to top Marvel? As men who kind of act like we are still 13 years old, are we the target demographic? Did anyone else think that Zachary Levi looked really weird in that foam rubber costume? Please, let us know your thoughts! I am tired of hearing what these guys have to say.

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Mary Poppins Returns

On this week’s episode we talk about Mary Poppins Returns along with a number of other Disney films that have been released lately or are scheduled to come out later this year. I know that a lot of people are upset about the number of live action remakes of popular animated films that are being released in the near future, but please keep in mind that it is okay for these movies to be in the world, and that they in no way diminish the source material. Plus, as we briefly discuss, if all goes well, maybe we will get a Great Mouse Detective live action version!

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