Movies are back. F9 has made $500 million at the box office and this week we do a spoiler-free discussion about the movie as well as the new Amazon Prime movie, The Tomorrow War. Then we discuss the new NCAA ruling that lets players get paid.
The Oscars have come and gone. Now that it is over we can get to talking about the actual best movies of the year. This week we are joined by friend of the show Brit Harsh to talk about our favorite movies of 2020.
Donald Trump finally got his tanks at a parade. Not only that but there were flyovers, fireworks, and teleprompter gaffes as well. This week Ryan and Zach talk about America's birthday and what this celebration cost the public and how it may be used in the future. They also share their thoughts on Spider-Man: Far From Home and the third season of Jessica Jones.
To celebrate Independence Day this week Ryan and Zach are ranking their top 5 favorite independent movies. There were a lot of movies to pick from so we are sure that we left some off. Let us know your favorites in the comment section below!
With Memorial Day coming up, this week Ryan and Zach rank their Top 5 War Movies. What is your favorite? Did it make either of our lists? Let us know!
Top 5 Scandinavian Movies
Zach is out of the country this week visiting Denmark so this week they talk about their top 5 movies that have something to do with Scandinavian culture. Prepare yourself for a big riff on Disney princesses and some recommendations for movies you've probably never heard of.
Sexual Harassment In Hollywood
This week we talk about the biggest story happening in Hollywood - all the stories of sexual misconduct coming out about some of the most powerful men in the industry. We also share some movie news about Star Wars and recap Thor: Ragnarok and Stranger Things 2.
EPISODE 4: BACHELOR PARTIES
This week Zach Stone and Ryan Berger take a break from talking about what's going on in the world to talk about something that's going on in their lives. Plus they talk about the new movies Suburbicon and 1922.
EPISODE 3: BILLY JOEL IS A NEW DAD
68-year-old Billy Joel just had his third child with his 35-year-old wife Alexis. Zach and Ryan talk about having a kid in your sixties and Zach expresses some concern over the situation. They also talk about "Only The Brave" and "The Babysitter" and the Dutch Destroyer.
EPISODE 2: GIRLS CAN NOW JOIN THE BOY SCOUTS
In the second episode of 'There's A Movie For That' Zach Stone and Ryan Berger talk about the Boy Scouts finally deciding to admit girls into their organization and one group or people who are not happy about it. They also talk about the new movie Happy Death Day, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Patton Oswalt: Annihilation
Hosts: Zach Stone and Ryan Berger
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