Usually, this podcast comes out on Tuesday and we talk about what is happening in the news. But is anything we talk about on Tuesday morning going to be bigger than the news happening on Tuesday night. With that in mind if you need something to take your mind off the election or you are just too nervous to watch as the results come - this week we each picked five movies each to watch instead of election coverage. We hope this helps!!
A new live-action version of Mulan is now available on Disney+ and if you stayed for the end credits you may notice who Disney chose to thank. This week we discuss just how morally bankrupt Disney can be and why the credits are leading to a bad box office. We also share our thoughts on I'm Thinking Of Ending Things, Lovecraft Country, and The Boys.
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Last week the website The Ringer had a 64 character tournament to determine who the greatest TV character of this century is, and the people chose Michael Scott from "The Office." The entire tournament had people talking including Zach, Ryan, and this week's guest - Dave Braatz. This week they discuss their thoughts on the tournament and what they did in response. They also share their thoughts on the Disney/Pixar movie "Onward."
Last summer Spider-Man was almost didn’t kicked out of the Avengers because Disney and Sony couldn't come to a deal. This week we found out how a drunk phone call between Spider-Man star Tom Holland and Disney CEO Bob Iger saved the web-slinger. We share that story along with our thoughts on Rian Johnson's new whodunnit "Knives Out" and the Netflix movie "Marriage Story".
The streaming wars are here and right now it appears that Disney is winning. They have almost everything you remember from your childhood along with Marvel and Pixar movies and new content like The Mandalorian. This week Ryan and Zach talk about what this new channel and what it could mean for the future of home viewing. They also share their thoughts on the new Tom Hanks movie A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
There's a Facebook event circulating right now with plans to storm Area 51 to find out the truth about aliens. This week Ryan and Zach talk about their plans and if there is any chance for success. They also share their thoughts on the new Lion King movie and the Netflix original Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein.
Episode 7: Net Neutrality
If you feel like you have heard about Net Neutrality before, it's because you have. It's back in the news and this week Zach and Ryan try to see the other side of the argument. They also talk about the new Disney/Pixar movie Coco and the Netflix movie Money.
Hosts: Zach Stone and Ryan Berger
A podcast where we talk about what's going on in the news and cross that with our favorite movies