Ronald, Steve, and John talk about Michael Keaton’s possible return to the role of Batman, why the heck we should care about Boba Fett, the shameful presence of blackface in modern comedy, and a few things they’ve been watching lately.
Ronald, John, and Steve dig into two big online releases, this time from two successful auteurs: Judd Apatow and Spike Lee. One of them made a shaggy comic character study and the other, a searing, socially-conscious epic. You have to listen to find out who's who.
Ronald, Steve and John catch up on recent movie news and discuss the latest incarnation of Scooby-Doo, Warner Animation’s Scoob! Then they take a look at Netflix’s The Lovebirds before moving on to a breakdown of the filmmaking—and the unbearable whiteness—of oddball indie darling The Vast of Night.
There are certain rules that one must abide by in order to successfully survive a movie recap podcast. One, pick an important and influential franchise to discuss. Two, find an important and influential guest. And never, ever, EVER, under any circumstances, hold back any pointless pop cultural opinions. That said, longtime official friend of the show Lauren Warehime is here to help Ronald, Steve, and John discuss all four Scream films, so we ought to be fine.
Ronald, Steve, and John get together for a packed installment wherein they discuss Hamilton coming to Disney Plus, make a correction to a recent episode, suggest a NYT article for your reading pleasure, and sort through the rubble of their minds after seeing Josh Trank’s new film, Capone. Plus some TV recommendations AND your new favorite song. Thank us later.
Ronald, Steve, and John go back to school to discuss HBO’s latest original movie, Bad Education. Then they give quick thoughts on a number of other things they’ve seen lately, including a breathtaking masterpiece that blew John’s mind and just might change your life.
Ronald, Steve, and John are back with more thoughts on the future of movies and other events in 2020, some hype for The Last Dance, the upcoming ESPN Chicago Bulls docu-series, and quick thoughts on a slew of new-ish digital releases, including the darkly comic We Summon The Darkness.