As a departure from their boring habit of talking about movies that "exist," Ronald, Steve, and John pretend to be studio heads trying to devise a successful slate of imaginary works. Creative collaborators are chosen at random and then the guys pitch their ideas to each other. Dreams will be forged. Some will fail. Aka just another day at Schmovie Studios.
Baltimore-based filmmaker Mike Finazzo retuns to the show for a candid chat about his new movie, Bored in the USA, and a discussion about naturalistic, dialogue-driven movies that focus on relatable human interaction. Everyone brings a few recommendations to the table.
Didn't we just do this? I'd swear we did. Anyway, in this episode we talk about ...a new Star Wars movie! (It really feels like we just did this.) Of course we're referring to Solo: A Star Wars Story, an enjoyable film with a bumpy history that finds its franchise at an interesting juncture. We've got thoughts!
It's here! The movie awards show that puts all the others to shame. And with a mix of categories new and legendary, a bunch of fun tangents, and just the right amount of pomp, this has a shot at being your favorite episode of anything ever.
Find out which Hulk we like best, which fights are the coolest, which jokes convey the most character, and how John is just like Baron Zemo as the guys each name their five favorite moments from all the MCU films so far, in anticipation of Avengers: Infinity War.
Desperate for content because there just aren't that many movies anymore, Ronald, Steve, and John asked listeners and friends for questions. In this episode, they tackle a bunch of them. It's a fun grab-bag of topics. Dig in!