Today we talk about the highly anticipated live action remake of Dumbo! A beloved animation classic that has been brought to big screen by the legendary Tim Burton. Is this another grand addition to the live action Disney family? Or has something gone awry? Find out our thoughts on today’s episode!
Today we talk about a pair of films that come with a lot hype! Jordan talks about Jordan Peele’s newest mental horror film Us, the highly anticipated follow up to the 2017 Best Picture nominee “Get Out.” While Josh talks about the newest DC film “Shazam,” a film that comes out April 2, but he got to go to an early AMC screening. These, along with lots of other topics in between make up this weeks episode. Thanks for listening!
In today’s episode, Josh tells us his (and his kid’s) thoughts on the animated film “Wonderpark.” Then we talk about the MCU’s movie to reinstate James Gunn as the director for Guardians Vol. 3, as well as the new trailers that dropped this week. Thanks for listening!
At long last we return to the MCU with the introduction of the female heroin, Captain Marvel. Me and Josh give our thoughts on how the precursor controversies effected the films box office numbers, as well as what we thought about the film itself. Thanks so much for listening!
After what seems like forever since we last saw an MCU film (Ant-Man & the Wasp seems so long ago), Captain Marvel opened to much anticipation and made-up controversy to jolt the domestic box office out of its stupor, hauling in an impressive $153 million, according to BoxOfficeMojo. This number puts it as the seventh biggest opening weekend for the much acclaimed Marvel Cinematic Universe.
After all the hubbub before the film’s release, which saw incessant and nauseating attempts to troll, and those hoping to cause a rift in the MCU success continuum, it was really all for naught, as folks ran to the theater to check out the origin tale of Carol Danvers, and left generally pleased with the end result.
Today on the show we talk about the controversies surrounding Steven Spielberg and Rotten Tomatoes, and we hype ourselves up for next week’s Captain Marvel’s release! Throw in some real talk and you got yourself an episode. Thanks for listening.
Well the 2019 Oscars are finally in the books. Josh and Jordan are sorry for the late episode, but as you know the awards go on for a whopping four hours and late into the night, so we had to wait until today to record. On this episode we give our thoughts on the Oscars presentation as well as the award winners that were chosen by the academy. Did you guys see the awards? Let us know what you thought on out social media, and as always thanks so much for listening!!
Today we talk about two newly released trailers, Frozen 2 and Disney’s Aladdin. Then we discussed the newly released Sci-fi and manga adapted film, Alita Battle Angel, and let you know if James Cameron’s passion project (now 20 years in the making) is worth watching. Thanks for listening!
Today we talk about a lot of fun movie topics including Lego Movie 2, Endgame, A Star Is Born, and several others. Josh is back this week from the flu as well! Hooray!!! Thanks everyone for listening!
Josh is out sick, and so today Jordan talks about a film he got to see this week called Serenity. Hope you enjoy and thanks so much for listening
Today we cover a large range of topics on the show, starting with a follow up to our Oscar Nominations episode. Then we get into some MCU talk, some DC talk, learn that Flywheel is the worst movie ever, and FINALLY we talk about the upcoming J.R.R Tolkien film “Tolkien.”
The Oscar nominations have been announced and we’re here to recap each and every category for you!
Jordan and Josh review the latest from M. Night Shyamalan, Glass. It’s a film that we have been anticipating for a long time, so how does it hold up, and does it meet or exceed the hype?
Thanks for listening!
Today we discuss to the hostless Oscars, Star Wars Episode IX, and all of the films that we know we are looking forward to seeing it 2019. So enjoy this jam packed episode as we begin year #4 of the Stale Popcorn Podcast
After watching close to 60 movies in 2018, it’s time to look back and tell you our top ten from the year. We start by giving some honorable mentions and then dive into our picks. Did you make a top movies list for 2018? Let us know your picks on our social media! And thanks to everyone for listening to our show this year! Looking forward to all that’s in store in 2019!
2018 is in the books, folks, as is Year 3 of our podcast. We’ve seen a lot — a whole lot — of films this year. And try as we may to find something positive about every one of them, sometimes a bad movie is just a bad movie and we can’t ignore that. The films we discuss on this episode crushed our spirits and made us long for better ways to spend our time.
We admire anyone who helps make a film, but if we’re willing to give up our time to view a film, we believe we’ve earned the right to praise or criticize as we see fit. We do so while maintaining respect for those involved in the production of each of these films that we discuss on the episode.
So without further ado, we present to you our Worst Films of 2018!