The Superhero Pantheon: Volume 2, Episode 44: Aquaman

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Jerome and Brian go underwater to explore one of the most profitable superhero movies of 2018, a film that continued the DCEU’s momentum and took over the holiday season. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon: Volume 2, Episode 44: Aquaman

Flooping The Pig – Episode 19: The 50th Dead World

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Original Air Date: May 25, 2014

The Cool Kids had a few technical difficulties on this episode, so please cut them some slack as they try to power through. Discussed in this week’s episode are a pair of the tightest scripts in Adventure Time‘s history, sentient ham sandwiches, Jessica Chastain, and Ooo’s version of the afterlife. Get on it.

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Secret Agent Men – Episode 1: Mission: Impossible

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Ben Phillips & Matt Waters are sick to death of Oscar contenders so have decided to get their spy on instead, examining how the Mission: Impossible, Bourne and James Bond franchises have danced around each other over the years.

We get things rolling with a trip back to 1996 where Tom Cruise is always running, never kissing ladies and surfing an unrecognisable version of the Internet. Steal a bible and come on down for Ethan’s mystery masquerade. Continue reading Secret Agent Men – Episode 1: Mission: Impossible

Flooping The Pig – Episode 18: Drama Bomb 2

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Original Air Date: May 18, 2014

The Cool Kids take on the beginning of the Simon Petrikov epic. They also talk life and death, experimental episodes of Adventure Time, prestigious awards, and the dark hell that is a juice cleanse. Giddy up! Continue reading Flooping The Pig – Episode 18: Drama Bomb 2

Jerome Ranks 2019 Movies (104-70)

I see a lot of movies thanks to AMC A-List and working at a job that allows me to go to Friday matinees. It is a personal challenge to try and rank these films, but I think it’s fun to see 100 or more movies in a given year and challenge myself in this way. Every fictional narrative film is ranked. I do not count documentaries, partially because this hasn’t been a great year for them, and I think it’s difficult to include them. What I’ve realized in organizing this list is there’s a lot of mediocrity among big blockbusters and major franchises, but I think the basement for major studio releases is also a bit higher. Without any further adieu…

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