Today Josh talks about two films that he got to see this weekend, and then we talk about our thoughts on E3 and the state of gaming. Thanks so much for listening!
Welcome to episode 182, and on this one we’re discussing Toy Story 4, Secret Life of Pets 2, Dark Phoenix, and more on Stale Popcorn. Have a great week!
Today on the show, Jordan helps Josh get hyped for his upcoming Disney vacation, and we talk about upcoming movies in the month of June. Thanks For listening!
Today Jordan and Josh talk about he newest addition to the Disney live action films, Aladdin. We talk about if all the negative hype surrounding Will Smith’s version of the Genie ultimately told us anything about the movie, as well as the performances of the rest of the cast. Then Jordan gives his thoughts on the new comedy from Olivia Wilde called Booksmart. Thanks for listening!
Welcome to the latest episode of Stale Popcorn! We hope you enjoy our back-and-forth banter today about the latest happenings in the world of film and entertainment!
Today, Jordan and Josh got up early to deliver you todays episode, where we talk about two new films, Tolkien and Detective Pikachu. Are these two nostalgia heavy movies worth spending your time on? We talk about that, as well as the first trailer of the Stephen King inspired sequel It 2. Thanks so much for listening!
Alrighty folks, we’re back again with another round of movie talk. On today’s show, we’re going back into Avengers Endgame, and discussing Josh’s second viewing of the epic conclusion to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s intense 11 year narrative. We go over some theater etiquette as well, question whether you should bring a baby to a three hour movie (you shouldn’t), and then we go into the month of May with some tempered expectations.
After 11 years of Marvel films, the amazing story that is the MCU comes to a climatic point in Avengers: Endgame, the second part to last years Infinity War. This movie is already breaking records at the box office and is still climbing it’s way towards potential movie history, and so we could be happier to talk it today’s episode. MCU fans… ASSEMBLE!
We apologize for the audio issues in this episode and hope you still enjoy the show today, which is all about getting ourselves ready for what will undoubtedly be the biggest film of the year, Avengers Endgame. Thanks for listening!
Today on the episode we talk about two films that we got to see this week, as well as the news from the Star Wars Celebration that took place this past Friday. Needless to say it’s a very full episode! Thanks so much for listening.
Avengers Endgame broke the internet and we experienced it all as it unfolded and we’re here to discuss it for you and man, as an MCU fan, what a traumatic experience that was for all of us. Listen in as we discuss our hype and anticipation for Endgame and what we expect to happen.
In the meantime, Jordan reviews Shazam!
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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.