For this podcast, we found a "Star Wars" quiz on BuzzFeed which claimed that only a Jedi Master could get 12 out of 12. So we decided to take the challenge.
Andy Farnsworth, who often brags that he can win Star Wars Trivial Pursuit in one turn, asks the questions and Tysen Webb and Adam Thomas give it their all--no phones or computers allowed.
How will *you* do? See if you can get them all correct, or if you can answer them faster than these three! We would be honored...if you would JOIN us...
Christopher Nolan has directed some of the biggest movies of the past decade and a half, and is generally considered one of the best in Hollywood today. DUNKIRK is his latest effort, an incredible visual and audio experience that tells a story from World War II that most Americans may not be familiar with.
In this podcast, Adam Thomas, Andy Farnsworth and Aaron Zundel review DUNKIRK and discuss whether or not it ranks among Nolan's best career work. We also examine some of Nolan's earlier works, including the Dark Knight trilogy, Inception, Interstellar and The Prestige, while trying to decide which are his best and why.
DUNKIRK stars Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hardy, Harry Styles, Fionn Whitehead, Barry Keoghan and Tom Glynn-Carney. When Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire and France are surrounded by the German army on the beaches of Dunkirk, France, in World War II, they wonder how and when help will arrive.
Doctor Who fans got a jolt with the announcement of Jodie Whittaker (best known for Broadchurch and Attack the Block) as the 13th Doctor, replacing Peter Capaldi in the upcoming series on the BBC.
In this podcast, Adam Thomas, Tysen Webb, Aaron Zundel and Andy Farnsworth are joined by Whovian Tamara Webb (who also happens to be Tysen's wife) to talk about the casting, as well as some of the backlash by a segment of fans over the casting of a woman in the role for the first time...plus a little bit of background on Doctor Who for the uninitiated (like us).
Disney just wrapped up their fifth D23 Fan Expo in Anaheim, and we had someone there! Honorary Fanboy and special correspondent Matthew Hansen joins Andy Farnsworth in studio for this podcast to recap and break down all the amazing stuff he saw over the three days of the Expo; including (and especially) descriptions of the Avengers Infinity War panel and trailer, and the Star Wars The Last Jedi panel and trailer.
Matthew got exclusive peeks at the live-action Lion King remake by Jon Favreau, Mary Poppins Returns with Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda, The Incredibles 2, Wreck-It-Ralph 2, Coco, and Olaf's Frozen Adventure. Plus, updates on the live-action Dumbo (by Tim Burton!), Mulan, Aladdin and even more!
We think you'll get just as excited as Andy when you listen! So join us, won't you?
In this podcast, we're talking about "War for the Planet of the Apes", in which director Matt Reeves and stars Andy Serkis and a bunch of other CG monkeys are so incredible that you end up rooting against your own human species.
Andy Farnsworth, Tysen Webb and Aaron Zundel talk about what they liked about movie (hint: a LOT)--even though Tysen hadn't seen it yet (no spoilers outside what is in the trailers). Andy hasn't seen the first two movies in the trilogy. It leads to an interesting discussion to why the "Planet of the Apes" films keep getting made and what is it about the story that speaks to us.
In War for the Planet of the Apes, Caesar and his apes are forced into a deadly conflict with an army of humans led by a ruthless Colonel. After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar wrestles with his darker instincts and begins his own mythic quest to avenge his kind. As the journey finally brings them face to face, Caesar and the Colonel are pitted against each other in an epic battle that will determine the fate of both their species and the future of the planet.
The movie stars Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn, Amiah Miller, Karin Konoval, Judy Greer & Terry Notary
Summer 2017 has seen three third movies in a trilogy released: Cars 3, Despicable Me 3 and War for the Planet of the Apes. So the whole crew is together to talk about the trilogy concept and what makes a good third movie in a trilogy or series.
Tysen Webb, Adam Thomas, Andy Farnsworth and Aaron Zundel also discuss some of their favorite third movies (there's one they all have in common), third movies that never got made but should have, and then categorize a bunch of them into great, decent and terrible categories, including:
Spider-Man is *finally* where he belongs: with the other heroes of the Marvel Universe. Thanks to a deal between Sony and Disney, the web-slinger gets the movie treatment he's always deserved in SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING
Tysen Webb, Andy Farnsworth and Aaron Zundel can do nothing but GUSH about Spidey's latest big-screen adventure, from the clever story, the awesome villain (The Vulture, played by Michael Keaton), the humor, the feeling, the heroism, to the (thankfully not overdone) appearances of Happy Hogan and Tony Stark/Iron Man--there's little not to like.
We also discuss how Tom Holland's Peter Parker/Spider-Man ranks against Tobey Maguire's and Andrew Garfield's versions. Are you a big fan of Spider-Man? One of these three guys doesn't even have him in his top-5 superheroes. Can the 6th movie in the past 15 years about Spidey connect even with those who aren't his biggest fans? Check out our podcast and then let us know what YOU think on the subject!
Spider-Man Homecoming stars Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei, Zendaya, Robert Downey Jr, Jon Favreau, and Michael Keaton. It was directed by Jon Watts.