Part-Time Characters: Stranger Things 2 Review

The One Where We Come Back
Quote: Yup, Moms… They just do things. [Bridget Serdock]

We are so sorry we disappeared on you! October was a tough month for us thanks to Hurricane Maria, so it was a lot harder to get together, record, or even upload an episode. But now things are looking up and we’re here with a lengthy review of our favorite Netflix show of the moment, Stranger Things 2.

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Cinemaholics Review: Thor: Ragnarok and Stranger Things 2

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I always feel bad about writing the headlines for these because we reviewed a lot more than Thor: Ragnarok and Stranger Things Season 2. We also talked about WonderstruckThe Killing of a Sacred Deer, and Super Mario Odyssey (a game for once!), in addition to the heavy hitters you want to hear about.

On Thor: Ragnarok, we spent some time debating our opinions on the first two Thor movies, followed by a thorough discussion on this new film. Will Ashton and I had the most disagreement over the film, while Maveryke Hines had an opinion somewhere in the middle. As always, it made for a fantastic debate I’ll be curious to revisit in a few months when the dust has settled. For now, I can safely say that director Taika Waititi should be allowed to do whatever film he wants from now until the end of time.

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How ‘Stranger Things’ Ended up Becoming the Best Movie of the Summer

And it’s not even a movie, technically.

The Nerve of Jason Bourne’s Killing Joke

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This week on the podcast, the Now Conspiring team does a fine bit of reviewing. We fill you in on all our burning thoughts regarding  Jason BourneNerve, and Batman: The Killing Joke. And as always, we also discuss the latest entertainment and movie news worth conspiring.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK (and you’re required to answer this): What’s your pitch for a show or movie that could come after Game of Thrones, yet still taking place in the universe of the books?

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