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With Spider-man: Far From Home being the final film of Phase 3 of the MCU, it has a lot to deal with between telling its own story while also wrapping up the franchise post Avengers: Engame. Listen in as Jake and Trevor breakdown whether this film continues the streak of great Spider-man films after both Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse as well as the new trailer for the live action remake of Mulan and how far each are into Stranger Things 3 so far.

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We back! I mean you didn’t really think we would miss the opportunity to to talk about a Pixar film did you? After a quick summer break, Jake and Trevor are here to talk about Toy Story 4. With the success and finality of Toy Story 3, there are a lot of questions about why the studio felt the need to make one more film. So does it further the legacy of the films before it or feel like a weird epilogue on an already perfect trilogy? Listen in as they review Toy Story 4 as well as talk The Office leaving Netflix.

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Superbad. The Breakfast Club. Mean Girls. Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Booksmart? How does the directorial debut of Olivia Wilde starring Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein fall in the class of all time great high school films? Listen in as Jake and Cameron review Booksmart as well as the results of the 24th class of Honorable Mensches and a new segment where Jake reads off loglines for upcoming TV shows and Cameron tries to guess if which studio picked them up.

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Remember our Oscar bet where whoever lost has to watch the winner (loser?) for Worst Picture from the Razzies? Well Jake lost and had to unfortunately watch Holmes & Watson but here is where things get good: Jake has gone above and beyond and recorded a solo review. Just him. Reviewing on the the most panned movies in recent memory. You know it is going to be good so stop what you're doing and listen in now!

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It wouldn't be right for us to only review the biggest cinematic event of the 2010s just once right? Yeah thats what we thought which is why we are back for a more in-depth review. Whats it like seeing the movie for a second time? Do problems get worse? Does it still hold the same emotional impact? Listen in for our in-depth review where we also do our 2019 Summer Box Office Movie Draft.

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Donald Glover may be one of the most talented artists working today so when he drops a movie suddenly, you drop what you are doing and watch it. With the help of director Hiro Murai and his brother Stephen Glover writing, Guava Island brings a lot of talents to the table in hopes of crafting something that is both timeless and timely. Listen in as we review this film as well as talk Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Disney+.