Zak tackles Mama Mia. We have a special return guest on to talk about this admittedly famous movie. We mix a crime mystery with a who's your daddy mess-around this week and man, there's just TONS of ABBA chat.
The Boys tackle the entire Fast and Furious franchise. Some people think the Fast and Furious movies are the pinnacle of modern cinema and some other people...have the wrong opinion. We three run the gamut in this regard and this week we get INTO it -- power rankings of all movies, discuss the characters, the plots, the themes, all of it. It's a long one, but we assure you, it's gonna change your life.
Lee tackles The Last Days of Disco. It's the first ep of a two-fer recording session, so you KNOW next week is gonna be a nightmare. This cast is SO good and the movies are surprisingly diverse. We're going back to our roots this week with two markedly different plots and scores... tune in to see who wins.
Will tackles The Rock. Despite our inability to count, episode 100 has arrived and BOY is it a doozy. For this special milestone episode we're doing one of Zak's favorite movies and having Will, a favorite past guest, back on. On one hand we have a horror suspense thriller, on the other a military action thriller; both have a chance at being the best movie of all time, but how in the name of Zeus' butthole will we get out of our cells?
Seth tackles Burke and Hare. This week we have a tale of adventure and whimsy up against a tale of... adventure and whimsy? This fairly recent, but under-the-radar movie allows for some solid exploration this week. Oh, and potential for Endgame spoilers, but just barely... it's mostly about pooping.
In this week's mini-ep we explore the intricacies of some of the most "successful" modern directors and their exploits.
Zak tackles Prince of Darkness. You would think he'd learn, but he won't. On one side we have an action/sci-fi thing, and on the other hand we have an action/sci-fi thing by our most favorited and always-a-surprise director. Tune in for lots of surprises and some out-of-contexst PSA's this week.
Is Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants a foregone conclusion? Is Seth representative of a general audience? You probably already know the answer to these questions, but tune in to this weeks mini-ep anyway.
Lee tackles Private Resort. Because this title is kinda boring and on-the-nose, both movies end up being somewhat similar this week, following the express initial purpose of the podcast that we've now completely abandoned. Huh. As such, it's a pretty fair fight this week -- tune in to find out who wins!
Seth tackles Little Loopers. You're probably wondering "what the hell is Lil' Loopers, I've never even heard of that?" Well, you're not alone. Following in the footsteps of wildly popular true crime podcasts, this week Seth promised us something like Serial. Little did we know, he was meant cereal. Stay tuned for a TRULY remarkable treat at the end, inspired by Seth's movie... oh, and also there's some stuff about golf at some point.