We made it to episode 20. This gravy train has been rolling for 20 weeks without stopping and the conductors are starting to have trouble differentiating between their alcohol-induced nightmares and reality.
Tune in for our review of “Searching” and find out what our favorite gimmick movies are!
This week, the boys review Crazy Rich Asians, cautiously tiptoe around the situation regarding Asia Argento, and highlight some of their favorite foreign Asian films. No matter how little you know about other cultures, this episode proves that the boys know less.
The boys are back on track this week after losing an episode due to faulty external hard drives. Forgettable trailers, our favorite political movies, and a review of BLACKkKLANSMAN await you in this return to form!
No, that’s not a George W. Bush joke. This week, the boys dedicate an entire episode to the ‘Mission: Impossible’ franchise because they really just wanted an excuse to watch all the ‘Mission: Impossible’ movies again (yes, even M:I2). Also, ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ came out this weekend, so the boys obviously have thoughts on that.
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It’s the comic-con episode! Dan and Robert talk about the barrage of trailers coming out of SDCC 2018 (and there were a lot so there’s no feature this episode). The boys also review the insane new indie film ‘Sorry to Bother You’ and think of new brand names for water.
This week’s episode is entirely dedicated to Dwayne Johnson’s magnum opus. No news, no trailers, and no features, because when Daddy Dwayne shows up, you only have one thing to talk about. ‘Skyscraper’ is so culturally important that even though Dan and Robert both lead very busy lives, they took the time out of their hectic schedules to spread the good word of The ‘Dwayne Johnson’ Rock. Mr. Rock, we can smell what you’re cooking, and it smells delicious.
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We’re halfway through 2018! That means it’s time for America’s pop culture progress report. Dan and Robert rank their 5 favorite films of 2018 so far (spoiler: they both ranked ‘Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation’ at the top of their lists).
The boys also review ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’, Disney’s new experimental micro-budget indie film. None of that matters, however, because ‘Skyscraper’ comes out next week and it’s about to rewrite the lexicon of cinematic language.
(Ant-Man and The Wasp Spoilers from 45:12 – 51:42)