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#51 - A Dissection of "Nope" and "The Gray Man" The Boys saw Jordan Peele's third film "Nope," which was basically their most anticipated movie of the year. With some help from Logan Paul, Daniel and Kyle break down what worked, what didn't and why it doesn't really matter. Unfortunately, they also suffered through "The Gray Man," which somehow managed to be the ugliest movie in cinematic history. Plus, the "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" trailer, a discussion about Elton John and an argument about Beyonce. Pop, pop!
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#51 - A Dissection of "Nope" and "The Gray Man" The Boys saw Jordan Peele's third film "Nope," which was basically their most anticipated movie of the year. With some help from Logan Paul, Daniel and Kyle break down what worked, what didn't and why it doesn't really matter. Unfortunately, they also suffered through "The Gray Man," which somehow managed to be the ugliest movie in cinematic history. Plus, the "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" trailer, a discussion about Elton John and an argument about Beyonce. Pop, pop!
#50 - The Tom Hanks Episode It's a simple premise: is Tom Hanks a great actor? After his insane performance in "Elvis," The Boys were left to wonder if maybe we've been wrong about America's Dad this entire time. So, they decided to do a HANKS DEEP DIVE to get to the bottom of things. From "A League of Their Own" to "Philadelphia," "Catch Me If You Can" to "Saving Private Ryan," Daniel and Kyle dissect one of the most illustrious and fascinating careers in recent movie history. Of course, they also fight about the absolutely absurd and divisive "Forrest Gump," which might be enough to burn down the podcast forever. Pop, pop!
#49 - "Lightyear" and the Current State of Pixar The Boys went on a very underwhelming trip to infinity and beyond with "Lightyear," the latest offering from Pixar. Daniel and Kyle break down what a missed opportunity it was, the movie's lackluster box office, the absence of Tim Allen, the legacy of "Home Improvement" and whether or not Pixar has started losing some of its shine. Pop, pop!
#48 - The "Jurassic World" Episode After "Jurassic Park" became one of the most iconic, influential movies of all-time in 1993, how has it all gone so wrong? After watching all six Jurassic movies in succession, including the latest installment, "Jurassic World Dominion," The Boys ponder how a franchise about dinosaurs became about....locusts, we guess? Come for thoughts on all of the movies, stay for a conversation about why Chris Pratt is the most underwhelming (and terrifying) movie star we've ever known. Hold onto your butts, the park is open. Pop, pop!
#47 - The "Top Gun" Episode In many ways, it's all been leading to this. After years of anticipation, The Boys finally took a trip to the danger zone for "Top Gun: Maverick." Following an important message about Tom Cruise, Daniel and Kyle talk about the 1986 original, the merits of the new one and why Jennifer Connelly should always be a brunette. Plus, another edition of Time To Talk Trailers, a takedown of mainstream sports bars and why jawbreakers are a perfect movie candy. Strap in, baby! Let's go flying!
#46 - The Death of Movie Theaters and an Attempt to Untangle "Doctor Strange" It's the day The Popcorn Boys hoped would never come. Last week, it was announced that their home away from home, The Landmark movie theater in Los Angeles, is closing its doors. The Boys do their best to pick themselves up off the floor and discuss what this means, not only to them, but the movie theater scene in general. After they finish weeping, Daniel and Kyle do their best to figure out what the hell happened in Doctor Strange and where it ranks in the Marvel pantheon. Plus, the second edition of everybody's favorite new segment, Time To Talk Trailers. RIP Landmark. Pop, pop.
#45 - "The Northman," "The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent" and the Wild Career of Nicolas Cage It's season 2 of The Popcorn Boys! At least that's what The Boys are telling themselves after taking nearly a month off. There's plenty to catch up on, of course! They discuss a bunch of new trailers and box office news before getting into their opinions of "The Northman" and "The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent." Plus, a very quick trip through the insane filmography of the legend himself, Nicolas Cage. Pop some corn, crack a beer and listen up! The Boys are back!
#44 - "Ambulance," "Everything Everywhere All At Once" and A Timely "Deep Water" Discussion Sound the sirens! The 2022 movie year is off to a roaring start and The Boys are here to break down some of the early fare. "Ambulance," a movie made almost specifically for Daniel and Kyle, is flopping at the box office, but will it flop in their hearts? "Everything Everywhere All At Once" is coolest breakout hit in a while, but will The Boys feel similarly? And then, on the heels of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez's engagement 2.0, they discuss Ben's movie "Deep Water" and whether or not everybody involved should be arrested. Pop, pop!
#43 - A Live Reaction To The 94th Annual Academy Awards The 94th Annual Academy Awards are in the books and there wasn't much to discuss. Oh wait never mind, it was the most insanely chaotic live television event in history. The Boys discuss Will Smith, CODA, Jessica Chastain, Troy Kotsur and, uh.....

THEY BASICALLY JUST DEBATE WHETHER OR NOT WILL SMITH ACTUALLY SLAPPED CHRIS ROCK IN THE FACE.
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