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Chris and Taylor review the latest film in the Monsterverse Franchise "Godzilla vs Kong," written by Eric Pearson and Max Borenstein with direction by Adam Wingard. When Godzilla starts to rampage against mankind, the scientists at Monarch unleash the mighty Kong to battle it out to see who will reign as the Alpha Titan. This epic blockbuster featu…
 
Godzilla and Kong go down in history as two legendary titans of the film industry, occasionally duking it out to reign as the King of the Monsters. Chris and Taylor dig deep to research these larger than life characters from their early beginnings, heavy influence on pop culture and how both franchises have spanned multiple decades.…
 
Spoiler Warning! Chris and Taylor review the superhero epic that is "Zack Snyder's Justice League." The 2017 Joss Whedon film awoke the #releasethesnydercut fan movement for director Zack Snyder to finish and share his ultimate vision of the film...which finally did come to fruition on HBO Max. The film stars Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Ja…
 
Aww they grow up so fast! Childhood is a time of curiosity, change and challenges...but it's a whole different world when you are also a Hollywood actor. Chris and Taylor go on a journey throughout the history of child actors from the highs and lows, success and somber stories and our fond memories growing up with these famous child stars.…
 
Chris and Taylor review the 59th film by the Walt Disney Animation Studios "Raya and The Last Dragon," written by Qui Nguyen and Adele Lim with direction by Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada. Inspired by Southeast Asian cultures when an ancient evil called the Druun resurfaces it is up to the warrior Raya to seek out the last dragon to save the lan…
 
Chris and Taylor take on one of the most unique gaming franchises "Kingdom Hearts." Spanning almost 20 years, this series combined the best of Disney and Final Fantasy characters into a visual epic with both stellar voice acting and featured on multiple gaming platforms. Joining us is actress and singer Jennifer Sun Bell to discuss her memories fro…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new VOD comedy film "Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar," written by/starring Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo with direction by Josh Greenbaum. When best friends Barb & Star leave their small town in Nebraska for the ultimate vacation in Vista Del Mar, they get more then they bargained for with adventure, romance and a villai…
 
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Americans have popularized a certain take on the Irish holiday, but let's set the record straight. Chris and Taylor went across the pond to the Emerald Isle to enjoy a pint (or two) and chat with married couple, musicians and fellow world travelers Joe and Liv Kearns. We discuss about growing up in Ireland, perfecting the a…
 
Chris and Taylor are interviewed by the Host of the "Are Your Parents Proud Of You?" Podcast Matthew Schufreider for a fun behind-the-scenes crossover episode! We discuss what got us into podcasts, the creative outlets and the effects this prolonged quarantine has had on entertainment.Chris Duir, Taylor Sokol, Matthew Schufrieder tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Spoiler Warning! Chris and Taylor review the Marvel Studios/Disney+ original miniseries "WandaVision," created by Jac Schaeffer and directed by Matt Shakman. Starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, the show blends elements of classic TV sitcoms within the post-Endgame world of the MCU in which Wanda and Vision seem to be living the perfect subur…
 
Listen to this episode if you want to live! Chris and Taylor are sent from the future to talk about one of their favorite sci-fi franchises, The Terminator. Lasting almost 40 years and turning Arnold Schwarzenegger into a movie icon, our mission is to break down the films, the impact on pop culture and what possibly is in store for the future of th…
 
Chris and Taylor review the hybrid live action and animated film "Tom & Jerry," written by Kevin Costello and directed by Tim Story. The iconic Hanna-Barbera characters Tom & Jerry are back to their fun antics and shenanigans in this new modern film set in Manhattan. The film features Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña, Colin Jost, Rob Delaney and Ke…
 
Your favorite nerds are back! Season 2 kicks off discussing the international adventures and memories Chris and Taylor enjoyed after their epic friendship started in Alaska...and they aren't alone. Comedian and "Travel Tales" Podcast Host Mike Siegel shares unique travel stories while giving some solid travel tips for your next big trip.…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Apple TV+ original drama film "Palmer," written by Cheryl Guerriero and directed by Fisher Stevens. The film stars Justin Timberlake as Palmer, an ex-convict trying to get back on his feet who ends up befriending a young boy named Sam affected by an abusive home. This touching film features the talents of Ryder Allen…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new historical drama film "Judas and the Black Messiah," written by Will Berson and Shaka King with direction by Shaka King. The film depicts the betrayal of Fred Hampton, the leader of the Illinois Black Panther Party, by the FBI informant William O'Neal in the late 1960's. Lakeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya deliver p…
 
Chris and Taylor review the Amazon Prime original film "One Night in Miami," based off the play of the same name by Kemp Powers who adapted the screenplay and Regina King making her directorial debut. The film tells a story of a fictitious meeting between four icons during the civil rights movement in the early 1960's: Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Sam …
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Netflix period drama "The Dig," written by Moira Buffini, directed by Simon Stone and based on the novel of the same name by John Preston. The film stars Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes depicting the events of the excavation of Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, England during 1939. The supporting cast includes Lily James, John…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new black comedy thriller "Promising Young Woman" written and directed by Emerald Fennell. The film stars Carey Mulligan as Cassie, a woman seeking to avenge her college best friend who was a victim of rape. The all-star cast includes Bo Burnham, Alison Brie, Clancy Brown, Jennifer Coolidge, Laverne Cox, Alfred Molina an…
 
Chris and Taylor review the neo-noir crime drama "The Little Things," written and directed by John Lee Hancock. The film stars Denzel Washington and Rami Malek as two police detectives trying to catch a serial killer in Los Angeles during 1990 and the lead suspect is played by Jared Leto. Although this film showcases a buddy cop trope seen time and…
 
Chris and Taylor review the HBO Max original series "The Flight Attendant" based on the novel by Chris Bohjalian. The show stars Kaley Cuoco as Cassie, a flight attendant who after spending a night of fun and romance with a passenger wakes up next to his dead body, and a mystery unfolds as she tries to figure out what happened. Blending elements of…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new web-slinging Marvel game "Spider-Man Miles Morales," available on the PlayStation 4 and 5. Picking up after the events of the critically acclaimed "Spider-Man," Peter Parker has left spider-in-training Miles Morales to defend NYC on his own and he discovers it takes more than just powers and a suit to become a hero.…
 
Past Potential Picks is a new segment on our show where the guys get to review a piece of pop culture they can't believe the other hasn't seen! Last year Super-fan Ron Roxtar and Taylor had challenged Chris to watch the Superman films starring Christopher Reeves, so naturally we had to have him back on the program to give his take on the famed Man …
 
Chris and Taylor review the Netflix sci-fi action film "Outside the Wire," written by Rob Yescombe and Rowan Athale and directed by Mikael Håfström. In 2036 a U.S. drone pilot is sent to the front lines under the direction of Captain Leo, an advanced android soldier, to try and hunt down the Russian terrorist Victor Koval before he gains control of…
 
Chris and Taylor review the Netflix period drama "Bridgerton," produced by Shonda Rhimes and based on the novels by Julia Quinn. Set in the Regency era of London the show follows two aristocrat families who are preparing their daughters to be courted by potential suitors and the romance that blooms from the eldest daughter of the Bridgerton family …
 
Spoiler Warning! Chris and Taylor review the HBO fantasy series "His Dark Materials," based off the novels by Phillip Pullman. Covering both the first and second seasons, in a world filled with daemons, armored bears and witches a young girl named Lyra is destined to meet a young boy named Will to travel across multiple worlds to stop the evil Magi…
 
Chris and Taylor review "Is This Anything?," a book collection of 5 decades of stand up comedy by the one and only Jerry Seinfeld. With a brief introduction to each decade, Jerry Seinfeld scripts out his witty and hilarious material that shows why he is one of the best comedians of all time.Chris Duir & Taylor Sokol tarafından oluşturuldu
 
QUIET! Cobra Kai is back and stronger than ever with the recent release of Season 3 on Netflix. Spoiler Warning as Chris and Taylor show no mercy discussing the action-packed updated take on The Karate Kid rivalry between Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso.Chris Duir & Taylor Sokol tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Happy New Year! Chris and Taylor are starting 2021 reviewing the new Pixar film "Soul" written by Pete Doctor, Mike Jones and Kemp Powers with direction by Pete Doctor. When a middle aged jazz musician finally gets a chance at a big break his soul is sent on a journey to The Great Beyond, and in order to get back to his body he must help out an inf…
 
Spoiler Warning! Chris and Taylor discuss the new DCEU film "Wonder Woman 1984," written by Patty Jenkins, Geoff Johns and Dave Callaham with Patty Jenkins returning as director. In this superhero sequel Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, takes on villains Maxwell Lord and Cheetah whilst reconnecting with her long lost love Steve Trevor during 1984. T…
 
Chris and Taylor are joined once again by superfan Tim Fitzsimons to take a deep dive into the second season of "The Mandalorian," the phenomenal live action Star Wars series on Disney+. Spoiler warning as they chat about the big reveals, their favorite moments of the season and what lies ahead for the future of live action Star Wars series. This i…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Netflix film "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," based on the play by August Wilson, written by Ruben Santiago-Hudson and directed by George C. Wolfe. This quick paced drama tells the story of a group of musicians waiting to record with the "Mother of Blues" herself, the infamous Ma Rainey, on a hot day in Chicago in the 192…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Netflix musical comedy "The Prom," an adaptation of the Broadway musical by Bob Martin, Chad Beguelin and Matthew Sklar, with direction by Ryan Murphy. When four Broadway vets seek a cause that will allow them to change lives and put them back in the spotlight, they travel to Indiana to help a young girl whose prom h…
 
Your hosts with the most (time on their hands) Chris and Taylor present a behind the scenes look at their favorite skits featured over the course of the season on The Potential Podcast. They'll discuss the inspirations, creative process and how collaborative minds often think alike.Chris Duir & Taylor Sokol tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Netflix biographical drama "Mank," written by Jack Fincher and directed by David Fincher. Gary Oldman plays Herman J. Mankiewicz, an alcoholic screenwriter, who has been tasked to write the screenplay for "Citizen Kane" in the matter of 60 days. Featuring Amanda Seyfried, Lily Collins, Tom Burke and Charles Dance, th…
 
Tis' the season to be jolly and merry while listening to your favorite podcast! As 2020 comes to a close, what better way to celebrate the finale of our inaugural season by popping on those holiday movies. Pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa and join Chris and Taylor as they celebrate their favorite holiday movies and TV episodes from childhood classi…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Hulu holiday romantic comedy "Happiest Season," written by Mary Holland and Clea Duvall and directed by Clea DuVall. Starring Mackenzie Davis and Kristen Stewart as Harper and Abby, when Harper invites Abby to her family's house for Christmas, surprises are in store as the family does not know their daughter is in a …
 
Social Media...though it's been around a very short time in human history, it's become so deeply rooted into our daily lives and culture. It has connected the world just as much as it has divided it. Social media users Chris and Taylor poke at the history of technology, share the growth and evolution of social media and subscribe to what the realit…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Disney+ animated short film, the "LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special." This homage to the holiday special of 1978 combines the great characters and action of Star Wars with the humor and creativity of Legos in an all new holiday themed adventure. May the Force be with you this holiday season from a galaxy far, far away!…
 
What's one of the greatest steeples of TV watching families? Here's a clue: it's game shows! In honor of the late Alex Trebek contestants Chris, Taylor and special guest Erin Duffey are in in the hot seats and ready to play. They'll comb categories going through their history, make a wager on their favorite games and talk about their first hand exp…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Netflix historical legal drama "The Trial of the Chicago 7," written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. Based on true events, this fast paced film tells the story of a group of anti-Vietnam War protestors who are on trial for inciting riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.…
 
It's a time to celebrate family...so why not join the Corleone family? Wiseguys Chris and Taylor discuss The Godfather Trilogy and the memorable legacy that has spanned almost 50 years. The Godfather films are embedded in our pop culture and continue to influence the media to this day. We're gonna make you a podcast you can't refuse.…
 
Chris and Taylor review the new Netflix limited series "The Queen's Gambit," based on a novel of the same name written by Walter Tevis. This period drama tells the story of a young chess prodigy, Beth Harmon, who battles with addiction, society and her own past while on her quest to become the World Champion.…
 
With the release of the PlayStation 5 this week, Chris and Taylor discuss their favorite games made during the monumental age of the PlayStation 4. The advancement in graphics, storytelling, design and gameplay led to some of the most incredible experiences for gamers. We celebrate the legacy of this amazing library of games while preparing for the…
 
In a surprise move only Sacha Baron Cohen could pull off, a sequel film starring our favorite Kazakhstan reporter Borat was filmed earlier in 2020 and recently released on Prime Video. In a time of political unrest Borat is back to make us laugh, shock us, and open people's eyes to some of today's biggest issues. We like!…
 
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