Your three favorite millennials review ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle,’ and are decidedly mixed on Matthew Vaughn’s sequel to his surprise hit ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service.’ We talk problems with female characters and misguided metaphors.
Your three favorite millennials list their top 3 most anticipated fall TV shows, returning and new. We also discuss why the new prime time TV season is just so lackluster this year. Does this mean the end for Peak TV? (Hint: Not really.)
Plus: Willoughby thinks ‘You’re The Worst’ is the best, HT’s recommended reading is ‘I’ll Have What She’s Having,’ and Anya loves the podcast ‘It’s Been a Minute.’
Your three favorite millennials are back from the holiday to talk about the box office blame assigned to Rotten Tomatoes, which Hollywood executives say is the cause for a poor summer movie season. But let’s not ignore the fact that the good movies did well, and the bad movies did badly, for a reason.
Plus: Willoughby goes back in time with the ‘Lore‘ Podcast, HT surprisingly liked the latest adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘It,’ and Anya can’t get enough of ‘Jane the Virgin.’
Steven Soderbergh has returned to film with ‘Logan Lucky’ – West Virginia family man Jimmy Logan (Channing Tatum) teams up with his one-armed brother Clyde (Adam Driver) and sister Mellie (Riley Keough) to steal money from the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. We liked the film a whole lot (4.2 out of 5 stars)! Listen to our full-length review as we dive into the reasons why!
Plus: Willoughby is digging the podcast The Adventure Zone, Anya’s getting into yoga, and HT loves the trailer for ‘Last Flag Flying.’
Inspired by Hoai-Tran’s recent article at /Film about Summer Movies, we discuss and argue if this has been the best summer movie season in decades. It can even be argued that July was the best month for summer movies in decades. There were more great, mid-budget films that did well than the traditional sequels and blockbusters. Is this the start of a trend or a fluke?
It’s time for July’s movie review! This month, your three favorite millennials discuss ‘The Big Sick,’ the new movie from real-life couple Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon about their very own relationship. We discuss how it ranks as a rom-com and the great performances by Nanjiani, Holly Hunter, and Ray Romano.
Your three favorite millennials are reunited to talk all things D23 and Comic-Con! We list our most anticipated projects and movies coming out of the conventions, and discuss whether Comic-Con has lost its shine.
Two of your three favorite millennials invite a special guest, Mike Silangil, to talk about the ‘Planet of the Apes’ franchise while Anya is off for a fun-filled weekend. We do a short review of ‘War for the Planet of the Apes,’ and do a deep dive into the history of the ‘Apes’ franchise.