This week on Now Conspiring, we review Don’t Breathe and discuss what it’s like to be on a podcast that is officially past its 100-episode prime. Plus, Jon and Adonis have a racially sensitive discussion about Telemundo for some reason, which somehow relates to the Mary Jane Watson casting rumor/controversy everyone finds interesting (except for Sam).
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What movie (or movies) should Jon add to his DVD bookshelf?
For our 100th episode of the Now Conspiring podcast, we decided to…review Kubo and the Two Strings!
OK, that’s not all we did. To celebrate this arbitrary milestone, we started a new tradition: a variation of the Now Conspiring Game Show — introducing the Now Conspiring Movie Quote Trivia Challenge!
Also, we make lame jokes, talk about how much we like each other (and movies, I guess), read your comments from last week’s show, play the Now Conspiring theme song on ukulele for some reason, and talk about what’s coming soon to theaters this coming week.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: At what point did you start listening to Now Conspiring, and WHY?
Friends, Pixar fans, and countrymen, we have some super news for you this morning. Tonight marks the first live episode of PixarTonight, starring myself and the illustrious Kayla Savage.
We’re going to be sharing the secrets of the Pixar universe on the Super News Network, via Facebook live (Update: the first episode is available to revisit! Just follow the link above).
You’ll bee able to follow along with us live and leave comments as we do the show every Wednesday at 7pm pacific. For this week’s episode, we’re talking Finding Dory, the upcoming Coco, and more.
We also have a preview teaser ready for you to watch filled with more details and easter eggs for you to find. Enjoy!
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It’s time for another episode of Now Conspiring, the weekly podcast on all things…anyway.
This week, we review Pete’s Dragon and Sausage Party, which are two movies that couldn’t be any more different. We also discuss Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Adonis’s ill-fated Harry Potter fan theory getting roasted on Snarcasm, and the state of modern film criticism. Don’t worry, the segue works.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Who are your favorite film critics and why?
This week on Now Conspiring, we have a clash of opinions here to review and sort of politely discuss the latest DC comics/Warner Bros. film, Suicide Squad. Our conversation is spoiler-free at first, but we jump into a full-spoiler conversation at the time marked in the show notes.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK (and you’re required to answer this): What would you do to fix Suicide Squad?