Jon, Shane, and Pierce B have a long discussion about our most recent trio, First Man, The Breadwinner, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. We save our very long chat about Tarantino's latest for the end, but manage to squeeze in a comparison of First Man to Jason X and for the first and probably last time, The Bachelor is brought up.
Jon, Shane, and Bryan discuss MacGruber, The Founder, and Heathers. In keeping with The Founder, we talk a lot about McDonald's and learn Bryan's preferred order and Jon's favorite Play Place.
Jon and Shane revel in the glories of our latest trio, which includes No Country For Old Men, Shoplifters, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. We also pin the war on terror at Willem Dafoe's doorstep and Shane shares some complaints with Dekalb County Sanitation, in case they're listening.
Jon, Shane, Bryan, and Drew talk about our latest trio of movies: Hell or High Water, Green Book, or Frank. We anxiously await Nick Vallelonga's follow-up to the sensitive tone poem that is Green Book, we get the debut of the Hartman kid's ode to a carpet, and we all sing the praises of Ponderosa Steakhouse.
Jon, Shane, and Bryan, sometimes known as the Ambulators, get a miraculous opportunity to discuss our favorite topic: Deadwood, or more specifically the Deadwood Movie. Does the series retain its grandeur or have 13 years off the air worn down the edges? Is Cruel Masquerade still as poignant and transporting as it was the last time the Ambulators put on their best EB Farnum voices? Listen and find out!
In our podcast about movie trio Unicorn Store, Inherent Vice, and Burning, Jon tries in vain to convince Bryan that Burning is worth paying attention to and we pitch a Mad Men reboot that we think merges boomer respectability with millenial flightiness. Checks can be sent to mediocremovie.club.
We had the terrible idea to put five people in a room, and some technical difficulties ensued. We apologize for the clicks and pops but we hope the looser than usual atmosphere makes for it as we work our way through the series finale of Game of Thrones. For all the talk of circumcision we left in, more was left on the ....cutting.... room floor.
The MMC brings a big crew to discuss the controversial developments in Game of Thrones' penultimate episode, and whether or not they come out of nowhere or are well-founded in past actions. Bryan saves his highest praise for the after-the-episode breakdowns while Jon reveals he has an odd way of enjoying his wine.
Jon, Phil, and Shane talk about the big culmination of eleven years of Marvel movies in Avengers: Endgame. Stay tuned til the end of the episode to hear Jon dread the new cinematic landscape, and before that, Shane extends his repertoire of accents into the fictional realm.