After too long away from the podcast, Justin and John are back with an episode on the Justice League. Brought together for the first (and so far only) time on the big screen in November of 2017 by Zack Snyder, kind of, and Joss Whedon. Whose movie is this, really? Did they do the team justice (pun intended)? Did it work without giving the other heroes their own movies first like their Marvel counterparts? The guys dive in and tell you what they think. Check it out below and let us know what you think!
The highly anticipated sequel to 2015’s The Force Awakens arrived in December of 2017 and fans couldn’t wait to see the return of Luke Skywalker. Finally! The hero of the story was back and was going to show the First Order who was boss! And this movie was for sure going to tell us who Rey’s parents are and who Supreme Leader Snoke is, right? Right? With a critics score of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes and an audience score of 43%, it’s safe to say this movie is loved by some and hated by others. What did the guys think? Check it out below and find out!
In 2016, Marvel introduced Black Panther to the MCU in Captain America: Civil War. In 2018, we got our first Black Panther solo film. It went on to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. And in 2020, we sadly lost Chadwick Boseman who brought Black Panther to life. How does the movie hold up as a superhero movie? And what do you think Marvel is going to do with the character now? Check it out and let us know what YOU think of Black Panther.
Thirty-one years after their Excellent Adventure, and twenty-eight years after their Bogus Journey, Bill & Ted are back to Face the Music. They’re in their late forties and still trying to write the song that will unite the world. But what if they can’t do it? What happens then? Well, according to Rufus’ daughter, the world and reality as we know it, will be destroyed. No pressure. Check out what the guys thought of the third Bill & Ted adventure and let us know what YOU think!
Released two years after the original Bill & Ted, this movie finds our heroes being… assassinated! Bill & Ted Go To Hell was supposedly the original title but was (thankfully) changed to Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey. Along for the ride is Death, played by the great William Sadler, who helps them battle evil robot Bill & Ted so they can play at the Battle of the Bands! Did the guys think this movie was most triumphant or totally bogus? Check it out!
After being introduced in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman gets her very first live action motion picture. Directed by Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot reprises her role as the Amazon princess. How does her standalone movie rank among the other DC films? What did the guys think? Check it out below!
History is about to be rewritten by two guys who can’t spell. That’s the tagline (on the DVD) for 1989’s Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. This bumbling duo save the world… eventually. But first they have to pass their history exam! Thanks to a friend from the future and his time-traveling phone booth, Bill and Ted may just have a chance!
Did the guys think this movie was most excellent or totally heinous? Take a listen and find out!
This is it. It all comes down to this. After 11 years and 22 movies, the MCU wraps up it’s Infinity Saga with Avengers: Endgame. The guys have seen it and can’t wait to talk about it.
Check it out below!
The Avengers are back and finally battling Thanos, who has been working in the background ever since 2012’s The Avengers. Thanos is attempting to gather the six Infinity Stones for his gauntlet so he can wipe out half of the universe’s population. It’s up to The Avengers to stop him!
Justin and John are also back after about a year and a half. What did they think of one of Marvel’s biggest movies? Check it out below!
Avengers: Infinity War is the movie the Marvel universe has been building to ever since the first Avengers teased Thanos six years ago. It’s hard to believe it’s already been six years since the first Avengers movie and ten years since the first Iron Man. Like everyone else on the planet, I was incredibly excited to see the movie and was curious if the Russo brothers and Marvel could pull off such an ambitious movie with such a large cast. How do you properly tell a story that has so many characters in so little time? And how does Thanos rank among Marvel’s big screen villains? Or among other big screen villains? Hit the jump below to find out my spoiler-free thoughts.