Six Pack Cinema is a weekly podcast that breaks down (and sometimes tears apart) Hollywood's latest releases through the eyes of America's average guy. Presented byHalf-Glass.com and hosted by it's writers who occasionally take movies more seriously than they take themselves. Sheehan, Jomboy, and DG give a relaxed approach to the historically condescending world of movie reviews. Make some popcorn, see a movie, and smash subscribe to enjoy our nonsense.
This week we're talkin' about Star Wars Rise of Skywalker coming out this week and what we're expecting from it, how fantastic the Mandalorian is, and how much we NEED to see the Cats movie after reading reviews on how bad it is.
This week we're talkin' the brand new whodunit film from Rian Johnson, Knives Out. We're talking murder mysteries, Daniel Craig being incredible at a southern accent, how fantastic Ana De Armas was, plus if we'd recast any of the film.
This week we're talkin' about a classic Thanksgiving movie - Planes, Trains, & Automobiles. Our good friend and old co-host, Jimmy, comes back to give his takes on the movie as someone who had never seen it before.
This week we're talkin' about the Cats movie's outrageous budget and how it's going to bomb, Disney+ somehow didn't kill Netflix after only 9 days of existing, and Sheehan gets duped by a lot of fake news headlines.
This week we're talkin' about Bill Murray coming back to Ghostbusters, Amber Heard still being in Aqua Man after she abused Johnny Depp, and then we dive into Disney+ and give a review of the first episode of The Mandalorian!
This week we're talkin' about the streaming service NBC is putting out and how it's different from every other one so far, a movie about dog handlers in Vietnam is going to star James Dean after his family gave permission for him to be digitally recreated, and Martin Scorsese wrote an op-ed about his opinion on Marvel and the current Hollywood landscape.
This week we're talkin' the Game of Throne showrunners, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss getting fired from their Star Wars trilogy, Joker passed Deadpool as the highest grossing rated-R movie ever and is on it's way to being the most profitable movie ever, HBO wins some streaming rights, and Netflix tested a new feature and the entire entertainment industry started shitting on them.
I have no idea what they talked about this week since unfortunately I couldn't make it. But Sheehan and Jimmy are talking Zombieland 2: Doubletap where I assume they'll discuss the evolution of the zombies and how great the cast is. Just putting in their names here for some good ole SEO. Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin, and Bill Murray.
This week we're talkin' about the latest "superhero" movie - Joker. Plus we also have our original co-host, Jimmy, back for the review. We're talking how the movie started out as a spiritual successor to Taxi Driver, if Joaquin Phoenix is a good Joker, if this should have had a more superhero-y ending, and if the media was right to demonize it ahead of it's release. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talkin' Todd Phillips being a dick and not realizing you can still make comedy in 2019, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle's costume is for sale and may be our new mascot, everything from the 80s is about to get rebooted, and Sheehan picks a fight with a British podcast.
Talkin' about Laura Dern, Sam Neil, and Jeff Goldblum coming back for Jurassic World 3, Tom Hanks is getting a long deserved award, somehow people are still upset that a Joker movie was made despite not having seen it and the people who have seen it saying it's fantastic.
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Jomboy and Sheehan discuss the third season of Stranger Things. Who they think the American in. What new characters they liked and didn't like. Their favorite storylines and the characters who they have soured on.
Early reports are that The Lion King suck and is soulless and is a disaster. Spiderman/ Sony/ Marvel shared contract stipulations could return Spiderman to complete Sony control. Quentin Tarantino says he’s quitting directing movies.
Netflix is losing The Office. Leo took a volleyball to the face. The Box Office is straight outta the 90s these days. Paul Rudd joins the Ghostbusters cast. There are some real good trailers that came out.
This week we're talkin' about the Elton John biopic, Rocketman. We discuss how fantastical parts of it are, how accurate to the real story it is, and how it compares to Bohemian Rhapsody. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talkin' about Kit Harington dealing with the stress of Game of Thrones, Sonic the Hedgehog being bullied out of November by the internet, and finally dive into Chernobyl and how fantastic this show is. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talkin' about John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum. We dive into if Keanu Reeves is a good actor, our favorite stunts, and how bad the plot of these movies is. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talkin' about the first live-action Pokemon movie, Detective Pikachu! We're talkin' Ryan Reynolds, acting against a green screen, and how simple the plot was. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talkin' about the latest episode of Game of Thrones and how the series really sucks now, how Sheehan definitely has to get a tattoo now, and Bill Murray doing another Ghostbusters movie. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talkin' about the latest Ted Bundy movie. We're discussing how fucked up Bundy was in real life, how little they gave Lily Collins and Zac Efron to work with, and what we wish they would have added to the film. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talkin' about the latest episode of Game of Thrones and how the series kind of sucks now, how Endgame might pass Avatar in the box office (if it doesn't Sheehan has to get a tattoo), and how incredible the new HBO series 'Chernobyl' is. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
Avengers broke records and people who spoiled it were held accountable. Game of Thrones was too dark and other thoughts. A directors cut of Django is being released and Childs Play put out a great poster.
This week we're talkin' about the latest Marvel movie, Avengers: Endgame. We're talkin' how it fits into the MCU, our favorite moments, and how it pays respect to the entire MCU history up until now. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talkin' about the latest episode of Game of Thrones, how Spielberg is trying to spinzone his way out of his awful Oscars take, and how the Writers Guild is on strike and fired all of their agents. Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we're talkin' about Q1 2019 being the worst quarter for movies in 6 years, assholes online ruining Avengers Endgame, and our thoughts on the Game of Thrones premiere. Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we saw a 2018 movie, American Animals. We're talkin' how the movie blended together real life and fiction, if the actors were any good, and how Sheehan hates one of the kids with a fiery passion. Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we're talkin' about Disney releasing the Lion King trailer, selling every ticket ever to Endgame, and announcing DIsney+ taking over the streaming space. Plus we talked about Adam Sandler coming back to SNL for the first time ever since being fired and Will Ferrel & Adam McKay breaking off their 20-year partnership. Hit play to hear the episode!
Someone’s becoming a PEGOT! The DOJ told the Academy it may be illegal to make a rule banning Netflix from the Oscars. Captain Marvel is now the first live-action movie directed by a woman to gross $1billion. Nicholas Cage got married and annulled in under a week. Avengers and Joker Trailer.
This week we saw the newest Jordan Peele movie, Us. We're talkin' symbolism, wacky acting that paid off in the end, and how unfair it is that Jordan Peele is so talented. Plus we explain the movie to Sheehan who couldn't figure it out at all. Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we're talkin' about the Chicago police dropping the charges against Jussie Smollett, a high school who put on Alien as their end of year play, Toy Story 4 bringing Don Rickles back from the dead, and have some Game of Thrones news/theory talk. Plus some weekly recommendations! Hit play to hear the episode!
This week I apparently live in bananaland because I thought Triple Frontier was just decent and not amazing. Spoiler alert: Sheehan and Jimmy fucking love this movie and it boggles the mind. We're talkin' depressed, bloated Ben Affleck, the rest of the cast's chemistry, and how we would change the ending. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're without Sheehan since he had to make sure his house wasn't filling up with toxic air and we're talkin' about the latest trailers to drop this week including Once Upon A Time In... Hollywood, Deadwood, Stranger Things 3, and Toy Story 4. We also dive into the unfilmed Forrest Gump sequel and how close it was to filming. Plus some weekly recommendations! Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we're talking about Captain Marvel having the 6th largest opening ever, Aladdin finally getting a good trailer(!), and Johnny Depp's lawsuit against Amber Heard being leaked. Plus some weekly recommendations! Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we're talking about Ryan Reynolds being a genuinely nice guy, Spielberg getting upset that Netflix can be nominated for Oscars, Sandlot getting a sequel, and avoiding talking about the new Michael Jackson documentary on HBO. Plus the return of recommendations! Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we're back with our most listened to franchise - Happy Death Day. We saw the sequel, Happy Death Day 2U and boy do we have some thoughts. We're talkin' Jessica Rothe being so charismatic she almost saved the movie, how it completely switched genres from the first one, and it being so close to being good. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talking who won the Worst Picture Razzie, Will Smith dropping out of Suicide Squad 2, Rotten Tomatoes not letting trolls tank movies anymore, and the backlash to Green Book winning Best Picture. Hit play to hear the episode!
Welcome to the Talkin' True Detective Season 3 finale! This week we're what worked and didn't in the finale, how we interpreted the last scene, and what our overall thoughts on the season were. Hit play to hear em!
This week we saw The Lego Movie 2 and get into an argument on if it was bad or if it was just so bland it became bad. We're talkin' Chris Pratt talking to himself for a whole movie, masturbation jokes, and how everything wasn't awesome. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talking Ben Affleck hanging up his cape and retiring from Batman, Jussie Smollett being a piece of shit and faking a hate crime, and how the Oscars were cowards and added categories back in. Plus some bonus topics on fixing the Oscars, David Finch's next project, and Hulk Hogan. Hit play to hear the episode!
Welcome to Talkin' True Detective Season 3 and everything is basically solved. This week we're talking about Wayne's wife not being as awful as we thought, Wayne actually being shadowed in 2015, and what we think the last episode will reveal. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we saw The Man Who Killed Hitler & then The Bigfoot and it's certainly a movie. We're talkin' weird genre mashups for the third week in a row, Sam Elliott saving this movie because he's an acting God, and how this movie was so close to being genuinely awesome. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talking Ellen Page accusing Chris Pratt of being part of an anti-LGBTQ+ church and his response, Seth Rogan making a Fyre Fest parody film, and where we think Marvel will be going in Phase 4. Hit play to hear the episode!
Welcome to Talkin' True Detective Season 3 and it's a fucking huge week for theories. This week we're talking about Wayne's wife STILL being awful (third week in a row), Wayne potentially not trusting Roland, and what theories panned out and what's left for us to figure out. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we saw Velvet Buzzsaw and unfortunately it's our first official disappointment of the year. We're talkin' weird genre mashups again, Jake Gyllenhall not being able to save the movie, and what the hell the movie was trying to be. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talking the media thinking Liam Neeson is kind of racist, the Simpsons getting renewed, and the Oscars continuing to bungle what should be an easy award show to put on. Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we saw The Favourite and boy is it a doozy. We're talkin' weird genre mashups, how great Rachel Weiz was in this, and if this movie deserved any of it's Oscar nominations. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
Welcome to Talkin' True Detective Season 3. This week we're talking about Wayne's wife STILL being awful, Roland's life falling apart in the future, and whether last week's theories panned out and where we think it's heading now. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're talking Arianna Grande getting a shitty tattoo, Michael Jackson's family fighting a horribly biassed movie, and the Artie Lange's nose being broken by being kidnapped. We also give recommendations on what we've been watching lately and give mini-reviews for Kidding and You. Hit play to hear the episode!
This week we saw both the Hulu and Netflix Fyre Fest documentaries and compare which is better. We're talkin' Billy's scams, which documentary had the better production value, and if we'd want to be there or are glad we missed the festival.
This week we're talking Conan O'brien, the Big Lebowski getting a potential sequel, and the Oscar nominations. We break down the top 6 categories and go through who we think will win and who we want to win despite probably not (hint: A Star Is Born). Hit play to hear the episode!
Welcome to Talkin' True Detective Season 3. This week we're talking about Roland getting some awesome character development, what the hell Hays' wife is up to, and whether last week's theories panned out and where we think it's heading now. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we're reviewing the B-movie version of A Quiet Place. We're talkin' John Malkovich being wasted, stupid plot points, and how lucky blind people were in this universe. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This week we completely forgot to do our Things Worth Mentioning But Not Discussing segment, talked about Ghostbusters coming back and ignoring the 2016 movie, TWO Fyre Fest documentaries coming out this week, and Al Pacino hunting down Nazis in a new Amazon series.
Welcome to our True Detective Season 3 mini-series! Each week we'll be discussing the latest episode and what theories we think will pan out. This week we're talking episode 1 & 2, Mahershala Ali's performance, and if this season will tie into season 1 of True Detective. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
Hit play to hear our review of Spider-Verse! Unfortunately, Jimmy wasn't able to overcome his hatred of animation and sit through it so it's just Sheehan and I today which means a classic Big Time Comic Fan (TM) episode. Get ready for an off the rails episode where we mainly talk about how great it is and then nitpick the few low points.
This week we saw Vice, the new movie starring Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Sam Rockwell, about the rise to power of former Vice President Dick Cheney. Surprisingly we were VERY divided on the movie with one of us having a horrible opinion. Tune in to hear who that was!
Happy New Years! First Headliners of 2019 is here and we're talking movies we're excited for, Netflix turning down Holmes & Watson and releasing Bandersnatch, and Golden Globes odds on our favorite movies. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
This Christmas we saw Green Book, the new movie starring Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali, and Linda Cardellini, about a tour of the Deep South in the 1960s by African-American classical and jazz pianist Don Shirley and Tony Vallelonga, an Italian-American bouncer who served as Shirley's driver and bodyguard. Tune in to hear what we thought!
We're all back from the holidays and we're talking about the the first trailer for Jordan Peele's new movie - Us, our favorite movies from 2018, and which movies we think are going to win at the Oscars in a few months. Plus some bonus recommendations to watch over the holiday break.
The gangs all here this week and we're talking about the Die Hard OFFICIALLY being a Christmas movie, Sheehan busting a nut over the fact the Lady and the Tramp movie is going to use live animals, and the new Aladdin images showing a not blue Will Smith Genie. Bonus segment breaking down our top road trip movies ahead of our next review, Green Book.
This episode we saw Creed 2 starring Michael B Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, and Tessa Thompson. Plus we also rank the Rocky franchise and debate if it's overhyped or properly respected. Tune in to hear our thoughts!
This episode we're talking about the Avengers Endgame trailer and theories, no one wanted to host the Oscars, and Die Hard getting a (presumably) bad prequel movie. Plus a return of everyone's favorite segment: Six Pack Recommendations. Tune in to hear our thoughts!
On this episode of Six Pack Cinema we're talking about netflix's newest Christmas Movie, The Christmas Chronicles. We also talked about our favorite christmas movies and a fun theory about The Santa Clause.
IT'S OUR 100TH EPISODE. We didn't realize this while recording but we STILL HAD A FUN TIME and talked about some EXCITING THINGS. We discussed the box office, a scene from a movie i liked, a guy who killed and raped people until they decomposed, and OTHER FUN STUFF! LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE NOW!
This week we saw The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, starring Liam Neeson, James Franco, Zoe Kazan, Tom Waits, Brendan Gleeson and Clancy Brown. We're talking traditional Western themes, our favorite segments, and how much we'd love to see a chicken do math. Press play to hear our thoughts and follow us in whatever app you use to listen to podcasts!
This week we saw Outlaw King, starring Chris Pine and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. We're talking historical accuracy, a potential Mel Gibson cameo, and how we'd have improved it by turning it into a miniseries. Press play to hear our thoughts and follow us in whatever app you use to listen to podcasts!
This episode we're talking about Stan Lee's death and the impact he had on society, wildfires in California destroying celebrity's (and regular people's) homes, and the new trailers that came out for Detective Pikachu and Toy Story 4. Plus we brought back an old favorite segment: weekly recommendations where we talk about what we've been watching lately. Press play to hear our thoughts and follow us in whatever app you use to listen to podcasts!
This week we saw Bohemian Rhapsody, starring Rami Malek and Tim from Jurassic Pack. We're talking Queen's history, the movie's inaccuracies, and if Freddie Mercury actually had AIDS during Live Aid. Press play to hear our thoughts and follow us in whatever app you use to listen to podcasts!
This episode we're talking how a Breaking Bad movie starring Aaron Paul, Kevin Smith being a vegan asshole, and Toy Story 4 being "a moment in history." Plus a bonus segment of Jimmy and I try to explain to Sheehan that the new Lion King movie won't be trained animals with actors dubbing words over them. Press play to hear our thoughts and follow us in whatever app you use to listen to podcasts!
This week we saw The Old Man and The Gun starring Robert Redford and Sissy Spacek. Or at least Sheehan and Jimmy did. I didn't get the chance to and I write these so I have no idea what they felt or talked about yet. But I'm excited to listen and find out. This is Redford's last movie so I'm hoping it's good. Hit play to hear their thoughts!
This episode we're talking how Mr. Feeny fought off a robber, A Star Is Born and Bohemian Rhapsody actually submitting for the right Golden Globes category, and Ben Affleck being a third-wheel to the Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel World Series date.
This week we saw two Netflix movies, Apostle and Kindergarten teacher. One a shlocky horror film starring Dan Stevens and the other a character study on an obsessive teacher starring Maggie Gyllenhaal. Hit play to hear our thoughts on which is worth checking out and which you should just skip.
This episode we're talking how Friday the 13th and Pirates of the Caribbean are both being rebooted, Leo DiCaprio and Scorsese reteaming for a new movie, and Netflix being in debt even though last week we realized they bring in billions in revenue every month.
This week we saw Bad Times at the El Royale, starring Jeff Bridges, Jon Hamm, Dakota Johnson, Chris Hemsworth, Nick Offerman, Cynthia Erivo, and Lewis Pullman. Hit play to hear our thoughts on how great this almost was, if Drew Goddard just wants to be Quentin Tarantino, and how we'd improve it (step 1: cast Ben Affleck).
This episode we're talking a Seseme Street retiree (RIP in Peace Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch), Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande calling off the engagement due to Mac Miller, and the internet being too centralized/Netflix bringing in over $2 BILLION a month.
This week we saw First Man, starring Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy, and surprisingly it's one of our more contentious reviews. Hit play to hear our thoughts on the space race, if Gosling was to reserved, and how they should have breathed in that sweet sweet moon air. Plus Jimmy finally looks at the summer movie reviews and loses his mind.
This week we're talking if Will Smith can live up to Robin Williams' Genie, who was more impressive in A Star Is Born; Bradley Cooper or Lady Gaga, and talk about how Fox is doing the most blatant cash grab with rereleasing Deadpool 2 for Christmas. Plus trailers came out this week for Pet Sematary, Glass, and Bodied.
We talk Kanye being a political asshole on SNL, Chris Evans announcing his retirement from Marvel movies,and bring back an old fan favorite segment - Weekly Recommendations. Plus a ton of good trailers came out this week for The Mule, Creed, VICE, and Rocketman.
On today's episode of Six Pack Cinema we're talking about the latest Paul Feig movie, A Simple Favor, starring Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively. Hit play to hear our thoughts on brother fucking, the twists, and if the movie nailed the balance between comedy and thriller!
It's the September 20th edition of Headliners, our weekly news episode. Jimmy is MIA this week but Sheehan and Dave discuss the latest trailers, Drake grooming a child to date, and the Emmy's. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
On today's episode of Six Pack Cinema we spoke about the latest Netflix RomCom, To All The Boys I've Loved Before. We may not be the demographic for this movie but that didn't stop us from finding tons to love about it. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
In this week's Headliners, the Six Pack crew talks about the new trailers this week, Harvey Weinstein continuing to be a creep, and how the Beatles loved to jack off together. Plus some bonus talk on the movies we're excited for this weekend!
On today's episode of Six Pack Cinema, Sheehan and Dave review The Happytime Murders and discuss if Dave has any sense of humor anymore or simply a cynical critic. We also discuss swapping the cast's roles and other movies with interesting trailers that turned out to be horrible. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
It’s the August 31st edition of Headliners. Today we’re talking about a ton of trailers that released this week, Guardians of the Galaxy potentially being canceled, and Louis CK coming back from #MeToo.
On today's episode of Six Pack Cinema, we saw the worst movie of our podcast - How It Ends. Hit play to listen to how it broke our brains and led us to try and to save the pod with bonus segments: Apocalypse Survival and Favorite End of the World movies.
This week on Six Pack Cinema the gang reviews Slow West an underrated western from 2015. We discuss if it's A24's first successful movie, why the movie feels small, and how the director apparently drew inspiration from Tarantino/Wes Anderson. Plus a bonus segment of our favorite westerns!
It’s August 17th and this is another episode of Headliners. Today we're talking about Amber Heard shitting in a bed, Idris Elba becoming James Bond, and how we should all stop being dicks to celebrities online. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
"Alright it’s August 10th and this is another episode of Headliners.
Today we’re talking about famous TV houses, an update to Moviepass, and the addion of a "popular film" category in the Oscars. Hit play to hear our thoughts!"
In episode 71 of Six Pack Cinema Sheehan and Dave review Mission Impossible: Fallout. We're talking the crazy stunts Tom Cruise does, how it ties into the other Mission Impossible movies, and how glorious Henry Cavill's mustache is. Plus a bonus segment of our nominations for the top 5 Tom Cruise movies!
This week the guys dive into the world of 80s wrestling with Netflix's GLOW. We're talking Alison Brie, female empowerment, and the best use of 80s cliches. Plus a bonus rant from Sheehan on how the show is one big soap opera.
It's the July 27th edition of Headliners. Today we're talking Comic Con trailers, a Ryan Reynolds reboot project, and James Gunn being fired over decade old jokes. Like, subscribe, and share with your friends!
It’s the July 20th edition of Headliners. Today we’re talking about things that aren't worth discussing, a follow up to the Scarlet Johansson Rub&Tug controversy, and check in with the Harvey Weinstein/Ashley Judd lawsuit.
Sacha Baron Cohen is at it again and Sarah Palin is not happy with him. Gal Gadot surprised some kids in the hospital. Robin Wright talks about working with Kevin Spacey and we've got some exciting new movie trailers to talk about.
This week on Six Pack Cinema it's another edition of the Marvel Boys with Sheehan and Dave reviewing Ant-Man and the Wasp. We talk where this lands amongst Marvel sequels, the significance of the post credit scenes, and what we'd keep with us if we could shrink anything. Hit play to hear our nonsense and subscribe for future episodes.
Sopranos prequel, jar jar binks is depressed, SONY sabotoged one of their own movies and Scarlett Johansson is playing a trans brothel owner in a new movie, which has people upset because she's not trans.
It's a special bonus episode of Six Pack Cinema! Sheehan, Jimmy, and Dave create the perfect 4th of July amp up movie list. Hit play to hear our list and let us know on instagram or twitter if you think we missed any movies.
Episode 60 of Six Pack Cinema! Sheehan and Dave review Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and break down the good start, Sheehan's delusional plot points, and where the whole movie actually went off the walls.
This week on Headliners, a weekly entertainment news podcast from Six Pack Cinema, we’re talking about Tom Cruise and Heather Locklear again, John Oliver has pissed off China, and Johnny Depp going broke in outrageous fashion.
In episode 58 of Six Pack Cinema we review a sequel we've all been waiting for - The Incredibles 2! Hit play to hear our thoughts on the movie and break down if Jack-Jack was overused, if the big reveal was telegraphed too much, and when the hell Elastigirl got so thicc.
It’s the June 22nd edition of Headliners, a weekly entertainment news podcast from Six Pack Cinema. Today we’re talking about things you probably already thought happened, the Family Guy guy donating a bunch of money to NPR, and Liza Minnelli getting upset of the movie about her mother.
On episode 56 of Six Pack Cinema we review Ocean's 8, the all female sequel to the George Clooney Ocean's trilogy. We get into what happens when a great cast gets a script, where the fuck were the good cameos, and how we'd improve the movie. Smash play to hear our thoughts
Welcome to the June 15th edition of Headliners. Today we’re talking about Brie Larson’s hatred specifically towards us, a week’s worth of celebrity nonsense, and of course this weekend’s movie releases.
This week on Six Pack Cinema we saw Action Point, Johnny Knoxville's new movie about about a theme park in the 70's with no rules. Hit play to hear our thoughts on Action Point, Jackass, and and Johnny Knoxfille's career.
It’s the June 8th edition of Headliners, a weekly entertainment news podcast from Six Pack Cinema. This week we’re talking about RIP’s, potential Willy Wonkas, and a shit-ton of trailers that flooded the internet the past few days.
On episode 52 of Six Pack Cinema we review Solo: A Star Wars story and break down on if the new actor lives up to Harrison Ford, all the callbacks to other Star Wars films, and why the moving is "flopping" in theaters. Smash play to hear our thoughts!
Welcome to episode 50 of Six Pack Cinema! This week we saw Deadpool 2 and break down our favorite bits, if it was better than the first Deadpool, and which one of us is the biggest superhero movie fan. Hit play to hear our thoughts!
Jeffrey Tambor Harrased his TV wife, David Cross cried like a baby on Stephen Colbert, Netflix is making a documentary on paris attacks, Charlie Day has good news about Always Sunny, Morgan Freeman is a creepy bad guy!
Welcome to episode 47 of Six Pack Cinema! This week there weren't any interesting movies coming out so we decided to forego a review and break down our movie going habits along with a few do's and don'ts for everyone to follow.
Welcome to another edition of Six Pack Cinema. This week the gang saw Tully, a movie about an overworked family who hires a night nurse to help with their newborn. We break down how accurately it shows parenting, why Charlize needs to be nominated for this, and how often we think we'll drop phones on our future kids. Smash play to hear our thoughts!
Welcome back to the May 11th, 2018 installment of Headliners.
This has been kind of a slow week, going to be brief but we’re going to talk about Lil Tay for some reason, Amy Schumer being a full blown bitch, and MoviePass being the worst business of all time that we happily abuse.
This episode Six Pack Cinema reviews the juggernaut of a movie, Avengers Infinity War, and break down the best parts, what could have been improved, and where we think the story is going from here. Smash play to hear our thoughts!
Welcome to the Six Pack Cinema May 4th, 2018 installment of Headliners.
This week we’re talking about box office destruction, an Arrested Development mulligan, the newest Harvey Weinstein lawsuit, and of course Kanye West losing his goddamn mind.
Welcome back to another edition of Six Pack Cinema Headliners. This week we’re covering celebrity deaths, Bill Cosby’s conviction, the latest in the Apu controversy, and looking ahead to the probable record-smashing release of Avengers: Infinity War.
This episode of The Terror we finally start to see how broken the men on these ships are going to be and how screwed they are even without the Tuunbaq haunting them. Hit play to hear us break down dead monkeys, crazy parties, and if lighting everyone on fire was a sane choice or crazy.
Sheehan's back from paternity leave and we're talking America's royal family! This week we saw Chappaqiddick which breaks down the days following Ted Kennedy's infamous car accident of '69. Plus weekly recommendations from Dave and the new father. Smash play to hear our nonsense!
Welcome to episode two of our Terror miniseries! We give a recap of episode three; going in depth on the more important scenes then wrap up the episode with some book comparisons and where we think the story will head next. Smash subscribe and hit play to hear our thoughts!
In a surprising turn of events somehow Dave and Jimmy have had the same opinion on movies two weeks in a row. This week the Six Pack gang saw A Quiet Place and loved it. We talk how great John Krasinski is, how valuable having an actual deaf actress in the movie is, and the movie's incredible sound design. Plus some bonus talk on what movies from our childhoods hold up. Hit play to hear our nonsense.
Episode 1 of our miniseries on the AMC miniseries, The Terror! Jimmy and Dave break down the first two episodes, touch on the historically accurate aspect of the show, and give some thoughts on where we think it'll be heading next. Smash play to hear our thoughts!
While Sheehan is out on paternity leave Jimmy and Dave hop in a time machine and see a perfect 2003 movie - Tomb Raider (2018). We break down why this movie is 10 years too late, if any of the actors cared about the movie, and do a little bit of a rewrite to add some much needed heart. Plus stick around to the end for a little teaser about our new miniseries coming at you soon!
This week while Jimmy is out in Florida, John and Dave went to see Game Night. Hit play to hear our thoughts on if this is the best Bateman comedy, is Winston going to be a huge comedy star, and find out which actor is making their big comeback. PLUS stay to the end to hear our usual weekly recommendations, some Sheehan Sabbatical news, and some changes coming to the podcast. Brought to you by Toys R Us!
The gang saw Thoroughbreds and are torn on if it's a good movie or not. Jimmy hates how heavy handed it is, Sheehan loves everything about it, and Dave flip flops on it at least 4 times. Plus some great throwbacks in this week's recommendations.
This week the Six Pack crew went and saw Red Sparrow and talk spy movies, Jennifer Lawrence's career, and how surprisingly brutal this movie was. Smash subscribe, rate 5 stars, and hit play to hear our thoughts.
The streak of good movies unfortunately came to end this week. The gang went to check out 15:17 to Paris and might hate the real life people now. Somehow between the actors, Clint Eastwood, and the editor no one thought "Maybe we should have real actors?" Smash play to hear our takes on this horrible movie.
Sheehan and Dave take the reins this week as Six Pack dives back into Marvel with Black Panther. The guys talk James Bond homages, how much they want to see more of Wakanda, and whether this movie deserves all the love it's been getting online. Plus a bonus breakdown of their top 5 Marvel movies! Smash play to hear our nonsense!
Six Pack Cinema dove into a bit of American history this week with I, Tonya. The gang breaks down what we liked and didn't like about the movie while Sheehan gets furious no one loved it as much as him. Smash play to hear our nonsense.
This week we pulled an audible and watched End of the Fucking World on Netflix instead of The Post. As is tradition once every three months, Jimmy and DG were somehow on the same page while John's opinion sucked. Smash play to hear our thoughts on this fucked up, British Bonnie & Clyde.
This week the gang saw Shape of Water and discuss if it's weird to sleep with a fish person, if Michael Shannon should have won, and what the hell was up with that musical scene. Smash play to hear our thoughts!
This week the gang checked out All The Money In The World. For the first time (ever?) all three of us are on the same page and we also discuss whether it was worth it for Ridley Scott to reshoot everything to remove Spacey. Smash play to hear our nonsense!
Is Tommy Wiseau an alien? Did Tommy make millions selling YoYos? Who's lonelier, Tommy or Greg Sestero? What happened to Robot Spider? This week the gang checked out The Disaster Artist - hit play to find out what we thought of all these questions and more!
"There's a disturbance in the Force. This week Sheehan and DG review Star Wars: The Last Jedi without Jimmy and manage to keep from being fanboys for about half the review. Hit play to find out what we thought!"
Maybe our most contentious episode yet, this week we discuss Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri. Dave thought it was great, Jimmy liked it but was left feeling disappointed, and Sheehan decided to make up his own reality in which this was one of the best movies ever.
What happens when you can't find the newest Denzel movie to review? You turn to a Netflix Original to save the weekend. We reviewed the critically acclaimed "Mudbound" this week and we agree with the hype. It's tailor-made for award season and should be able to bring Netflix it's first Oscar.
Murder on the Orient Express did the impossible. It brought Jimmy and Dave together in agreement and it also confused Sheehan to an alarming degree. This week we talk about the important aspects of the movie which include awesome mustaches, Michelle Pfeiffer's hotness, and we debate whether the mystery was too obvious or not obvious enough.
Apparently not everyone loves Marvel Cinematic Universe. This week we find out that one of our own, Jimmy, actually hates it. He defends his opinions against Dave and Sheehan who are unapologetic fan boys which loved Thor: Ragnarok.
A review and breakdown of the movie mother! Directed by Darren Aronofsky and staring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem. If you enjoyed this movie you should not listen to this or be alive probably. The movie mother! was complete trash.