Today Jordan and Josh talk about Beautiful Boy, the sad and serious film that deals with the heavy topic of drug addiction, featuring strong performances by Steve Carrell and Timothy Chalamet. Josh also talks about The Grinch, the animated reimagining of the classic Christmas short on today’s episode. Thanks so much for listening! Find more at stalepopcornpodcast.com
Today we talk about Disney’s newest live action film The Nutcracker & The Four Realms, staring Mackenzie Foy, Morgan Freeman, Keira Knightly, and Hellen Mirren. We wonder if the film is a Christmas film and if it’s even worth watching. We also talk about several other things on today show, with the most important being your right and civic duty to vote on Nov. 6th. Go to ballotready.org to get prepared. See you at the polls!
Today we go to space… with Damion Chazelle and Ryan Gosling’s Neil Armstrong biopic, First Man. Then we stay in the Halloween spirt by talking about a few of our favorite Halloween TV episodes! Lastly, we’d like to thank everyone who has stuck with TSPP for all 150 episodes, and to all the listeners that we’ve picked up along the way. Thank you for always ensuring our episodes never go unheard. We are truly grateful to all of you! Onward to episode 200 🙂
Today we talk about the return of Michael Myers in the new horror film Halloween, a direct sequel to the original 70s classic. We also that about the cancelation of MCU Netflix shows and why we think they are being pulled. Thanks for listening!
Today, Josh calls back in to spend a few minutes discussing his experience at Disney’s AMC Dolby Theater in Orlando Florida, which he got to go to during his long awaited vacation last week. After, Jordan and Josh discuss the film Venom, staring Tom Hardy, and try to find if it is deserving of its box office success. Thanks to everyone for listening this week! We should be back to our regular quality and upload schedule next Monday!
Today, Josh calls in and we talk about the latest MCU news involving a sentimental tweet from Chris Evans, and Jordan give his thoughts on the film A Star In Born starting Bradley Cooper and Ms.Ro-ma-ro-ma-ma herself, Lady Gaga. Thanks for listening!
Today we wrap up the movies of September by talking about three films, Small Foot, Life Itself, and Night School. Some we loved, other we didn’t, but ultimately it was a good end to this months films. After, we talk about all the films that are awaiting us in October for the fall/halloween season. Thanks For Listening!
On today’s episode, we talk about the latest film starring Jack Black and Cate Blanchett, The House With A Clock In Its Walls, and how great is it to have Fall here, folks?
Thanks for tuning in!
Thanks for tuning in to this week’s episode.
Today on the show we discuss the controversy surrounding the DCEU and Henry Cavill’s Superman, and why his soon-to-be exit was inevitable. Jordan saw White Boy Rick starring Matthew McConaughey, and gives his thought on the family crime drama set in 1980s Detroit.
We appreciate you listening to this week’s episode and hope you’ll stick around for more! Take care!
On this episode, Jordan and Josh talk about Searching, one of the more unique films that we have seen in 2018. Jordan also decided to drive his car down a flooded road, and the results didn’t go as hoped, so we’re definitely gonna be bringing that up on this show. Thank you all for listening, hope you enjoy!
Hello and thanks for checking us out today! On this episode, we step away from the normal movie review format to talk about life in general. Topics are wide ranging, from Kentucky weather to the importance of recognizing our amazing teachers; there’s a lot to take in on the episode and we hope you enjoy it!
As always, thanks for listening!
The rules are simple: 10 topics. Jordan and Josh each get one minute to share their thoughts and then it’s on to the next one. No time for overthinking, no time to mince words; just cutting to the chase!
1 – Is Christopher Nolan Overrated?
2 – Who Should Be the Next Bond?
3 – Has August 2018 Been the Worst Month of Film in 2018?
4 – Are Remakes A Good or Bad Idea?
5 – How Limited Should Trailers Be Before a Movie?
6 – Who Should Direct GOTG3?
7 – Should Movie Stars Divulge How Much They Are Paid for Their Films?
8 – What Should Happen to Movie Disruptors (either @ home or in the theater)?
9 – Why Goosebumps Worked & Why Goosebumps 2 Will be a Disaster?
10 – Should They Revive The Office?
On today’s episode, we talk about Alpha, which details the domestication of the dog. It looks amazing, but how’s that story? Whatever the case, remember that while this movie tells a story of perseverance, hope against all odds, and fighting until the bitter end, you can go to the mall right now and see a dog wearing a funny hat or sweater.
This is one of our shorter episodes to date, so tell us what you think about the 20 minute length! We’re curious to hear your thoughts.
Today we discuss the new “Popular Movie Category” that is coming to the next Oscars. We also give our thoughts on final summer blockbuster film that just released, The Meg. Enjoy!
Today on the show we talk about Disney’s acquisition of Fox and how we think it will affect the MCU. Josh gives his thought on the film Eighth Grade, and we discuss the latest live action Disney film Christopher Robin. ENJOY
We realize that not everyone gets out to the theater like we do, and we know that our podcast is just not accessible for everyone. To help bridge that gap, over the next few months, we’re going to focus on reviewing and discussing older movies. Our goal has always been to appeal to the widest group we can, and in simply reviewing the latest movies in the film industry, not everyone wants to listen, and I totally get that. If there’s something happening in the world and I don’t know anything about it, I’m less likely to engage in the associated content. It makes sense, and we want to use common sense on the podcast.
August feels like the perfect time to take a break from reviewing the latest film releases; it’s kind of a slow month, and September doesn’t seem to be all that impressive either. And our schedules are getting busier (hello, new school year)! So we’re going old school on the podcast, talking about classic films that we love, and allow ourselves the chance to finally watch ones that we’ve never sat down to enjoy.
Next week we’ll be seeing, “The Meg,” a monster movie that my co-host has little to no interest in watching. So in that same arena, we felt it would be a great time to start our Old School series, and we’ll be watching and discussing the all-time classic, Steven Speilberg’s “JAWS.” YES!
We hope that you enjoy this new chapter on the podcast. Other than a few movies sprinkled here and there, we’ve never really been focused on the older stuff. What my goal for this is two-fold: to allow ourselves to not feel terrible if we can’t get out to the theater that week, and to make our content more friendly–most people will have seen these movies that we’ll be checking out.
Thanks for being a listener/reader to the podcast, and we look forward to the next few months!