This week we spend the majority of the podcast talking Marvel's announcements for MCU Phase 3, which includes details on the future of the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy. We also bring you an in-depth review of the surprise hit John Wick.
Join us as we review one of the first pictures in awards contention for 2014, David Ayer's World War II drama Fury starring Brad Pitt. We also briefly discuss DC's Suicide Squad, Renee Zellweger's face, and preview the remainder of awards season.
This week we are pleased to bring you the longest episode of the podcast yet in which we discuss the current state of network TV, highlighted by reviewing the new TV pilots including Mulaney, Gotham, The Flash, Selfie, and of course Bad Judge. Which shows have a chance at survival and which ones should get the axe immediately? We also discuss movie news regarding DC Comics and the host of the 2015 Oscars.
We are officially in the full swing of awards season, and what better way to kick things off than with a new offering by director David Fincher? Join us this week as we go in-depth and review Gone Girl as well as discuss some news regarding Netflix, the future of Marvel, and our nominees for the American Treasure Hall of Fame.
Oddly enough, this week marks the first time to discuss a Denzel Washington movie in-depth as we break down his latest thriller The Equalizer. We also give our first impressions of the Inherent Vice trailer and talk the season 40 premiere of SNL.
This week we discuss the film adaptation of the bestselling novel This is Where I Leave You, starring Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, and Adam Driver. We also break down some movie rumors regarding the X-Men franchise, Marvel's Deadpool, Star Wars 7, and Oliver Stone's newest project.
We finally move into the awards season by taking an in-depth look at James Gandolfini's final film The Drop, which also stars Tom Hardy. HBO's True Detective and possible new distribution strategy is also discussed, as well as news regarding the Bourne franchise.
In our most polarizing episode to date and due to a soft IMAX re-release for its 20th anniversary, we take time this week to discuss the 1994 Best Picture winner Forrest Gump. Does this film really deserve all the love that is constantly showered upon it? We also talk some news regarding the new Ghostbusters film, Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight, and induct 3 fine individuals into the American Treasure Hall of Fame.
We are finally taking the chance to devote our full attention to a film that has become a topic of debate in numerous past episodes and also happens to be celebrating it's 15th anniversary this year, the Wachowski's sci-fi debut The Matrix. We also take the chance to recap this past summer and pick our favorite and least favorite films of the season.
One 1984 classic celebrating it's 30th anniversary is getting a theatrical re-release thanks to a 4K restoration. Join us as we welcome in a special guest to discuss how well Ghostbusters holds up 3 decades later, the winners and losers from the 66th annual Emmy Awards, and our ever-growing hall of American Treasures.