Keith and Ben break down two new movies and then the three create Brad’s ultimate movie list.
Big episode to listen to as the guys talk:
- Trailers for "The Trial of the Chicago Seven" and "WandaVision" (1:30)
- Netflix's TV show "Ratched" staring Sarah Paulson (17:25)
- 2019's "Spider-Man: Far From Home" (24:00)
- "Unpregnant" from HBO Max (41:25)
- "Enola Holmes" starring Millie Bobby Brown (51:27).
Keith talks about the new Hulu show "Woke" (4:23),
Brad discusses if 2018's "Venom" has aged any better since he saw it two years ago (9:20),
Keith reviews one of the few movies actually that opened in the theater recently, "Broken Hearts Gallery" (24:30),
before he's joined by Ben to talk about this summer's Pete Davidson/Jude Apatow comedy, "The King of Staten Island." (32:32).
Three movies to review as the guys return to the movie theaters:
"The Person History of David Copperfield" (1:18)
"New Mutants" (6:18)
In this episode, Keith and Ben talk about their experience going back to the movie theater and then:
Keith reviews "Words On Bathroom Walls," (6:30)
Brad talk about "Deadpool 2," (11:03)
and then Keith and Ben break down "Bill & Ted Face The Music."
Keith and Ben dig back into the indie well with:
"Shirley," a movie about a fictional version of author Shirley Jackson, starring Elisabeth Moss (2:31),
A coming of age drama starring Eliza Scanlen called "Babyteeth" (14:46)
And a romance set in Louisiana filmed in 1982 but is only now getting a wide release (31:13).