This week on the podcast, we review Mad Max: Fury Road and Pitch Perfect 2. Now that I think about it, we never tried to determine which movie is better. Maybe it’s obvious.
We have an action-packed show for you guys this week, and there’s little intelligence (artificial or human) to be found. Mike Overkill joins us for the first time on the Now Conspiring podcast, as we review Ex Machina and Age of Adaline.
Later in the show, we cover the major movie news you care about, talk about our “5 Top TV Comedies,” and make Maria Garcia incredibly uncomfortable. Stick around for our Netflix Recommendation of the Week toward the end of the episode, and as always, we finish with new movie releases coming out this weekend.
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Our Song of the Week is “A Day is Coming” by Pacific Gold. Their new album, “Sing My Welcome Home” is out now.
Question of the Week: What would you rather do than see Indiana Jones and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull?
Other music you heard in this podcast:
“A Lack of Understanding” – The Vaccines
“Up and Away” – Can’t Stop Won’t Stop
This week on the Now Conspiring podcast, Adonis and I share our thoughts about Home, the latest DreamWorks movie that feels like it’s ripping off Lilo and Stitch 13 years too late. We also talk about the strange similarities between DreamWorks movies and Will Ferrell movies. As in, we can’t decide how to like them.
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Questions of the week: Which do you like better? DreamWorks movies or Will Ferrell movies?
This week on the Now Conspiring Podcast, we review Jupiter Ascending and share our thoughts on the future of the Wachowski’s style of filmmaking. From The Matrix and V for Vendetta to Speed Racer and Cloud Atlas, we talk about what we hope they do next.
We also review The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water, Seventh Son, and The Voices (starring Ryan Reynolds and Anna Kendrick).
Later in the show, we discuss the casting news around the live-action Teen Titans show, the new Daredevil trailer, and more. Plus, we share our Netflix Recommendation of the Week in case you’re in a rut. And as always, stick around for our preview of this weekend’s new movie releases.
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