Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw looks to redeem a fairly dry summer with its action-packed story of two dudes swapping sarcastic banter while constantly trying to one-up each other and generally getting on each other's nerves. In honor, we'll be sharing all of our other favorite examples of two unlikely figures being thrust together by fate to star in an action film together, quipping all the way.
In Worth Mentioning we cover The Lion King and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Disney unveils its remake of The Lion King, a film in which photorealistic lions sing and plot dynastic revolutions. To celebrate - or, for some of us, to take our minds off of the impending death of cinema - we look at all of our favorite felines of filmdom: lions and tigers and everything else down to the proud housecat.
In Worth Mentioning we cover Crawl, A Woman's Face and Postcards From the Edge, thanks to Patreon Stephen Swarz.
Just in time for the new release Yesterday, director Danny Boyle and writer Richard Curtis's celebration of the enduring music of The Beatles, we are joined by the fantastic singer/songwriter Kevin Andrew Prchal, for an episode-length conversation about what the movie tells us about performance, music stardom, and the legacy of the iconic rock band.
Be sure to stick around to the end of the episode to check out two hear Settling Cliches from the album "Eat Shirt and Tie" and Look Me in the Eye from the album "Love & Summer".
In Worth Mentioning we cover our favorite movies of June, including: Toy Story 4, Child's Play and Rocketman (technically a May release). Thanks to Patreon Jaidan Vanmali, we also had the chance to watch All That Heaven Allows.
00:06:00 - Rocketman
00:12:04 - Child's Play
00:17:05 - Toy Story 4
00:29:20 - All That Heaven Allows
00:42:16 - Guest Kevin Andrew Prchal joins the show to talk Yesterday
01:50:16 - Bonus Content: Settling Cliches// Look Me in the Eye