Taking a break from the onslaught of the year, the guys discuss one of the many controversial Alan Moore adapted works while watching 2003’s LXG!
Donovan shows Harry the 2003 John Grisham adaptation starring John Cusack’s goatee, Dustin Hoffman’s best Foghorn Leghorn, and Gene Hackman and Cliff Curtis battling it out for most evil movie villain. Can a real life jury truly be manipulated through means similar to that of CTU?
Donovan and Harry discuss their feelings on the death, life and meaning of Chadwick Boseman.
In the far future of 2032, where does law and order converge with choice and free will? The guys ponder these heavy questions while watching and discussing the 1993 sci-fi actioner “Demolition Man”, starring Sandra Bullock and Wesley Snipes!
In the aftermath of the protests against Police Brutality, several companies have responded by reexamining their mascots’ histories. The guys discuss that, plus examples such as Gone with the Wind, searching for their utility in a firmly anti-racist world.
With ten years, twenty-plus films and billions of dollars under its belt, the guys take a step back and try to parse out what went right about the Marvel Cinematic Universe that took so many years to iron out what went wrong with other comic book films.
April returns to discuss dating, power dynamics, race and age differences in romance!
In discussing the recent conversation regarding Bruce Lee and Asian American representation at large, the guys welcome veteran comic book podcaster Raph Soohoo to give his thoughts and ponder the place America (and the world) is in the race towards equal representation.
In the wake of the controversial Game of Thrones finale, this episode discusses series finales (both good and bad), and with that convo comes the obvious spoiler warning.