With the coming of Pixar’s exciting new film, ‘Coco,’ and the release of the teaser trailer for ‘The Incredibles 2,’ your three favorite millennials are talking all about the pioneering animation studio. We discuss our favorite films, the future of Pixar, and its legacy.
Only two of your three favorite millennials are here this week to discuss a particular underdog in the vast lineup of superhero shows: ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.’ With HT in Thailand, Anya and Willoughby dive into what they love about what Anya calls, “the greatest superhero show on television right now.” Don’t sleep on this show!
Plus, Willoughby enjoys the comedy stylings of John Mulaney (and ‘Thor: Ragnarok’)and Anya’s really liking where ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ is going.
Your three favorite millennials are here with their monthly movie review: Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Blade Runner 2049’ We lay out all the ways this movie worked for us as well as some of the weirdness that didn’t work. We all have different opinions on the film on this one so check it out!
Plus: Anya is ready for Frozen on Broadway (and has some interesting opinions about Prince Hans), HT is loving her Movie Pass and saw ‘Battle of the Sexes’, and Willoughby binged the first season of ‘Stranger Things’ in anticipation of the second season!
Your three favorite millennials are giving an appreciation of all the people “below the line” who make the movie magic possible. From Roger Deakins to Hans Zimmer, we list our favorite cinematographers, editors, and film composers.
Plus: Willoughby loves the ‘Black Panther‘ trailer, Anya revisits her passion for Mumford and Sons, and HT is excited for Philip Pullman’s follow-up to the His Dark Materials series, the Book of Dust.
It’s officially Halloween Month, and your three favorite millennials are reunited to list the best non-horror movies to watch during this spooky season.
With Anya out of town, two of your favorite millennials are joined by friend of the podcast, Rebecca Fuger, to talk about a defining feminist supernatural TV shows: Buffy the Vampire Slayer. 2017 is the 20th anniversary year of the cult show, and while it may be dead, at least it’s still pretty.
We’re a week and some change into Autumn which means it’s time for your three favorite millennials to preview the exciting list of Fall movies due out at the end of 2017. From the ‘Blade Runner’ to ‘Call Me By Your Name’ to ‘Coco,’ we go through a varied list of movies that we are excited for. We hope you’re excited too!
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.
Read Anya’s piece on ‘Battle of the Sexes’ as a coming out movie.
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.