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Welcome to our first edition of Ketchup! A new member to the Popcorn Optional family where we go back and review classic films that none of us have ever seen. This week we are kicking things off by celebrating the 50th anniversary of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Does the film live up to the legacy it has left on the film industry and 50 years of praise or does it fall short? Listen in as we review the film as well as talk the new Predator trailer, directors we would like to see be involved in Star Wars, films that should never be rebooted or remade, and as always end with our content of the week.

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Can you really blame studios for being scared to have their films be released the weekend after Avengers: Infinity War? No, but because of the post Infinity War lull in movies, we decided to do a throwback and honor the 25th anniversary of the one of the greatest blockbusters of all time, Jurassic Park. Listen in as we get into what makes this film stand the test of time as well as nominate the 13th class of Honorable Mensches and as always end with our content of the week. 

After 10 years and 18 movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has finally reached the point it has been building to for all this time, the release of Avengers: Infinity War. This is the film that they have been setting up for since the post credits scene of 2012's The Avengers and is really the culmination of the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. Listen in as we review one of the most hyped and anticipated films of the past decade.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has accomplished things that no other film series has ever done before. They have been building towards Avengers: Infinity War for 10 years now and in honor of their accomplishments we are here to rank all 18 films from the MCU so far. Which film is the best? Which one is the worst? Which Phase of the MCU has featured the best films? Listen in as we get into all of these and more!

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Who ever thought that John Krasinski, the lovable Jim Halpert from The Office, would deliver one of the best films of the year so far? Well this week we are here to talk about the greatness of A Quiet Place and why John Krasinski is director to keep an eye on in the years to come. We also talk the new Solo: A Star Wars trailer, The Meg trailer, how in the world The Accountant was the most rented movie of 2017, mention some underrated movies, and as always end with our content of the week. Listen in and enjoy!