Steve, Ronald, and John take on a good old-fashioned episode topic: Their favorite robots from cinema history. John also catches up on a classic genre film that has eluded his grasp until now. You’ve been programmed to listen to this podcast and also NOT to kill any humans. Please don’t get those instructions mixed up!
It's been a minute but Ronald, Steve, and John haven't forsaken you. In this episode the guys reconvene in John's still-unfinished basement to engage in face-to-face conversation about the recently released trailers for some big upcoming movies. The whole thing is speculative af. Try it! You'll like it.
Now that the ashes have settled on the series finale, it's time for Ronald, Steve, and John to offer some parting thoughts on HBO's "Game of Thrones," including some favorite character arcs, the difficulty of tying up such a giant story, and the cultural impact of this landmark show.
After years of hype and preparation, and with the help of the many A-list creatives hired by the MCU, we've finally arrived at the pivotal moment of discovery, when the world will find out... who won the Movie Schmovie Avengers Ice Cream Wager? Ronald, Steve and John reveal all as they discuss Avengers: Endgame. As a bonus, we also follow-up on last week's intense episode of Game of Thrones.
This weekend, Avengers: Endgame hits theaters and Game of Thrones will air its much touted Battle of Winterfell episode. The possibility for heroic carnage is high. On the eve of finding out what happens in both epic tales, Ronald, Steve, and John gathered by the fire to eat some shwarma and trade thoughts, theories and predictions.
For his follow-up to 2017's surprise hit Get Out, writer/director/producer Jordan Peele broadened the scope, complicated the tone, and amped up the scares. Throw in a career-first lead turn from Lupita Nyong'o, and anticipation was off the charts at Schmovie HQ. Does Us seal the deal?
Ronald, Steve and John have seen Captain Marvel, the latest installment in the unstoppable MCU saga. This is an origin story that doubles as a space opera (while also serving as a prequel to the existing films in the franchise) and it's the first of 21 films to indisputably star a woman in the lead role. How does it stand up on its own terms, as just, you know, a movie? We've got thoughts...