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A Podcast about Movies! Produced by a group of friends who are movie obsessed =)

Latest Episodes

Hustlers, Ad Astra and End of Year Films

Jennifer Lopez and Brad Pit are both in their 50s and are only looking better with age, but what did we think about their latest films? Hustlers has a ton of potential, but misses the mark in a few key areas, while Ad Astra is a stunning film that has our group still buzzing with excitement. Afterwards we talk about some of the movies that we are most looking forward to for the rest of the year, and if they can help salvage a very mediocre 2019 for cinema.

71 MINOCT 2
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Hustlers, Ad Astra and End of Year Films

Angel Has Fallen, Good Boys, Rocketman, Ready or Not and IT: Chapter Two

We are settling into our bi-monthly episode schedule, and we have a ton of movies to talk about. Unfortunately, so many of them are just aggressively average so there's not much in-depth discussion we can have. Kristen is done with the Has Fallen trilogy, Good Boys is funny but no Superbad, Rocketman is great but follow a very familiar formula, Ready or Not needed to choose what kind of horror it wanted to be, and IT: Chapter Two was a bit too much all around.

72 MINSEP 11
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Angel Has Fallen, Good Boys, Rocketman, Ready or Not and IT: Chapter Two

Summer Baby Vacation, Hobbs & Shaw, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

With our new baby son a bit more mobile, we were able to get out in the world and see some movies! Kristen threatens to unfriend Katie and Joe as they take the deeper Fast & Furious universe implications of Hobbs and Shaw just a bit too seriously, and the group gushes about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, especially Brad Pitt's performance. All this, and a crying baby on this week's episode!

69 MINAUG 26
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Summer Baby Vacation, Hobbs & Shaw, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Deep Dive - The Matrix

In March of 1999, two siblings released a passion project that would have far reaching cinematic implications. Combining a love of science-fiction, martial arts, philosophy and even a bit of anime, the Wachowski's released a film that took everyone by surprise. Made on a budget of $60 million The Matrix made over $460 million at the box office, while also ushering in a new era of cinematography, visual effects and productions design that moved the entire film industry forward. the Matrix would spawn sequels, video games, comic books, and a rabid fan base that just wanted more. It made us fear technology, question our reality, and confirm that Keanu Reeves was an action superstar. As The Matrix celebrates its 20th anniversary, lets take the re pill and see how deep the rabbit hole goes.

103 MINJUN 11
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Deep Dive - The Matrix

Month Hiatus aka Baby Airlift

We're back to talk about what we have been up to for the last month as Katie gave birth to a baby! Turns out that you don't see a lot of movies in the theater when you spend a lot of time at the hospital. But we all liked Detective Pikachu, and Kristen saw John Wick 3 and liked it a lot. Next episode, we are doing something we are calling Deep Dive for now, and we're going to have a thorough conversation about The Matrix Trilogy. What it changed in the industry, good and bad, and what is the lasting legacy of it. If you would like to follow along at home, watch The Matrix, Reloaded and Revolutions before next week!

18 MINJUN 7
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Month Hiatus aka Baby Airlift

Booksmart and Long Shot

This week it was all about comedies and defying expectations, as we got a sneak peek at the wonderful coming of age, women positive, high school film Booksmart. Afterwards we are impressed by the chemistry between Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron in the absurd, but fun, political laugh-fest Long Shot.

70 MINMAY 6
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Booksmart and Long Shot

Avengers: Endgame SPOILERCAST

SPOILERS, I REPEAT, SPOILERS. We saw Avengers: Endgame on opening night and we have lots to talk about including: What actually happened, who died, what arcs we loved / hated, and what the ending means for the next phase of the MCU. If you haven't seen Endgame yet, wait to listen to this episode!

100 MINAPR 29
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Avengers: Endgame SPOILERCAST

Penguins, Under the Silver Lake, and Some Non-MCU Superhero Movies

We are big fans of a tiny penguin named Steve in Disney Nature's Penguins, and we love the bonkers mystery present in Under the Silver Lake. Afterwards we talk about some Non-MCU Superhero movies that we like, and hate, as we gear up for Avengers: Endgame.

89 MINAPR 22
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Penguins, Under the Silver Lake, and Some Non-MCU Superhero Movies

The Highwaymen, Pet Sematary, The Public and Hellboy

Lots of mediocre movies this week, and we're here to give you the scoop! We talk really slow about the old man police story of The Highwaymen, lament Pet Sematary not spending enough time on their characters, respect the intent of The Public but wish for better execution. As for Hellboy ... the less spoken about it, the better.

89 MINAPR 16
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The Highwaymen, Pet Sematary, The Public and Hellboy

Endgame Tickets, Opening Night Movies, The Beach Bum and Shazam!

We somehow survived the Avengers Endgame ticket sale, and we're here to report back on how it all went down. Afterwards we talk about the movies that we just had to see opening day, and if Endgame has what it takes to dethrone Avatar and Titanic. Movie-wise this week we talk about the very odd and divisive Beach Bum and the wonderfully fun Shazam!

75 MINAPR 8
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Endgame Tickets, Opening Night Movies, The Beach Bum and Shazam!

Latest Episodes

Hustlers, Ad Astra and End of Year Films

Jennifer Lopez and Brad Pit are both in their 50s and are only looking better with age, but what did we think about their latest films? Hustlers has a ton of potential, but misses the mark in a few key areas, while Ad Astra is a stunning film that has our group still buzzing with excitement. Afterwards we talk about some of the movies that we are most looking forward to for the rest of the year, and if they can help salvage a very mediocre 2019 for cinema.

71 MINOCT 2
Comments
Hustlers, Ad Astra and End of Year Films

Angel Has Fallen, Good Boys, Rocketman, Ready or Not and IT: Chapter Two

We are settling into our bi-monthly episode schedule, and we have a ton of movies to talk about. Unfortunately, so many of them are just aggressively average so there's not much in-depth discussion we can have. Kristen is done with the Has Fallen trilogy, Good Boys is funny but no Superbad, Rocketman is great but follow a very familiar formula, Ready or Not needed to choose what kind of horror it wanted to be, and IT: Chapter Two was a bit too much all around.

72 MINSEP 11
Comments
Angel Has Fallen, Good Boys, Rocketman, Ready or Not and IT: Chapter Two

Summer Baby Vacation, Hobbs & Shaw, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

With our new baby son a bit more mobile, we were able to get out in the world and see some movies! Kristen threatens to unfriend Katie and Joe as they take the deeper Fast & Furious universe implications of Hobbs and Shaw just a bit too seriously, and the group gushes about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, especially Brad Pitt's performance. All this, and a crying baby on this week's episode!

69 MINAUG 26
Comments
Summer Baby Vacation, Hobbs & Shaw, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Deep Dive - The Matrix

In March of 1999, two siblings released a passion project that would have far reaching cinematic implications. Combining a love of science-fiction, martial arts, philosophy and even a bit of anime, the Wachowski's released a film that took everyone by surprise. Made on a budget of $60 million The Matrix made over $460 million at the box office, while also ushering in a new era of cinematography, visual effects and productions design that moved the entire film industry forward. the Matrix would spawn sequels, video games, comic books, and a rabid fan base that just wanted more. It made us fear technology, question our reality, and confirm that Keanu Reeves was an action superstar. As The Matrix celebrates its 20th anniversary, lets take the re pill and see how deep the rabbit hole goes.

103 MINJUN 11
Comments
Deep Dive - The Matrix

Month Hiatus aka Baby Airlift

We're back to talk about what we have been up to for the last month as Katie gave birth to a baby! Turns out that you don't see a lot of movies in the theater when you spend a lot of time at the hospital. But we all liked Detective Pikachu, and Kristen saw John Wick 3 and liked it a lot. Next episode, we are doing something we are calling Deep Dive for now, and we're going to have a thorough conversation about The Matrix Trilogy. What it changed in the industry, good and bad, and what is the lasting legacy of it. If you would like to follow along at home, watch The Matrix, Reloaded and Revolutions before next week!

18 MINJUN 7
Comments
Month Hiatus aka Baby Airlift

Booksmart and Long Shot

This week it was all about comedies and defying expectations, as we got a sneak peek at the wonderful coming of age, women positive, high school film Booksmart. Afterwards we are impressed by the chemistry between Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron in the absurd, but fun, political laugh-fest Long Shot.

70 MINMAY 6
Comments
Booksmart and Long Shot

Avengers: Endgame SPOILERCAST

SPOILERS, I REPEAT, SPOILERS. We saw Avengers: Endgame on opening night and we have lots to talk about including: What actually happened, who died, what arcs we loved / hated, and what the ending means for the next phase of the MCU. If you haven't seen Endgame yet, wait to listen to this episode!

100 MINAPR 29
Comments
Avengers: Endgame SPOILERCAST

Penguins, Under the Silver Lake, and Some Non-MCU Superhero Movies

We are big fans of a tiny penguin named Steve in Disney Nature's Penguins, and we love the bonkers mystery present in Under the Silver Lake. Afterwards we talk about some Non-MCU Superhero movies that we like, and hate, as we gear up for Avengers: Endgame.

89 MINAPR 22
Comments
Penguins, Under the Silver Lake, and Some Non-MCU Superhero Movies

The Highwaymen, Pet Sematary, The Public and Hellboy

Lots of mediocre movies this week, and we're here to give you the scoop! We talk really slow about the old man police story of The Highwaymen, lament Pet Sematary not spending enough time on their characters, respect the intent of The Public but wish for better execution. As for Hellboy ... the less spoken about it, the better.

89 MINAPR 16
Comments
The Highwaymen, Pet Sematary, The Public and Hellboy

Endgame Tickets, Opening Night Movies, The Beach Bum and Shazam!

We somehow survived the Avengers Endgame ticket sale, and we're here to report back on how it all went down. Afterwards we talk about the movies that we just had to see opening day, and if Endgame has what it takes to dethrone Avatar and Titanic. Movie-wise this week we talk about the very odd and divisive Beach Bum and the wonderfully fun Shazam!

75 MINAPR 8
Comments
Endgame Tickets, Opening Night Movies, The Beach Bum and Shazam!
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