The U.S. Women's Soccer Team won the World Cup, defeating the Netherlands 2-0. But just as the celebration begins so does another battle as they fight the U.S. Federation for equal pay. This week we talk about the team and their legacy as well as share our thoughts on the horror movie Midsommar and the third season of Stranger Things.
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.
The Trump administration is arguing (literally in court) that detained kids don’t need beds and soap to be "safe and sanitary". This week Ryan and Zach talk about what is going on at the border that everyone should know. They also share their opinions on Toy Story 4 and the Netflix movie Murder Mystery.
Last week Justin Bieber challenged Tom Cruise to fight in the Octagon. This week we talked about who would win in that fight and discussed if we could beat up people who were 31 years older then us. And if you're laughing don't be so sure. We also shared our thought on Men in Black: International and the new season of Black Mirror.
Game of Thrones has ended and we've had a week to cool down. Has the time helped or will Ryan still be as angry about the creative decisions made? This week we talk about the Game of Thrones ending that has enraged the series fans. They also share their thoughts on John Wick: Chapter 3 and The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience.
The Russo Brothers ban on spoilers has lifted so this week on the podcast Ryan, Zach and special guest of the pod Brit Harsh talk every aspect of the biggest movie of the year and maybe of all time, Avengers: Endgame. They also share their thoughts on the new Netflix movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile. And finally, they talk about James Holzhauer, the Jeopardy contestant that's on an unstoppable winning streak.
Last weekend Tiger Woods won his fifth Masters yesterday. It was his first Major tournament victory in almost 11 years, and his 15th overall. Does this mean he is back? Was this a one-off? Or does all this go is cement his legacy as the best to ever play this game? This week Ryan and Zach talk about that and share their thoughts on the biggest superhero movie that we can think of - Shazam! and the biggest name in the music industry Bey, and her documentary Homecoming.
Busy week. We're joined by Brit Harsh to share our thoughts about Captain Marvel. We also want to talk about the new Michael Jackson documentary (that some of us watched) - and what that means for the King of Pop's legacy. After that we talked about the flat earth theory and the new documentary Behind the Curve. Finally, we wrapped up the week talking about how Taco Bell saves lives.
Plus An Interview With Director Neil Jordan
A big episode this week. This week we start the episode joined by the official wife of the podcast Sara Novic to recap the Oscars, then Ryan joins the show to talk about the new movie Fighting With My Family, the end of Kimmy Schmidt, and the Jussie Smollett case. And finally, at the end of the episode, we are joined by director Neil Jordan to talk about his new movie Greta.
Last week Apple had to temporarily disable the FaceTime group chat feature because of a minor security flaw that let you call people and listen to them, even if they didn't answer the call. This week we are joined by Brit Harsh to discuss ways in which we prevent our phones from being hacked and the ways we've seen movies deal they technology that listens in on us. We also discuss the new movie Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and the Netflix/Lifetime series You.
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