Episode 68: Justice League

This week, Gavia reports back from DC's disappointing mega-blockbuster Justice League. Morgan refused to see this film on principle, so Gav gives a full report on the film's aesthetic mediocrity, the unfortunate effects of all that reshooting, and what on earth is going on with Ben Affleck.

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Episode 49: Wonder Woman

Morgan and Gavia return from a hiatus to discuss the blockbuster of the summer, Patty Jenkins' extended universe-saving Wonder Woman. Topics discussed include: how the film compares to other superhero origin stories, its refreshing earnestness, the pluses and minuses of the WWI setting, Gal Gadot and Chris Pine's winning charm, and the glorious sight of Robin Wright murdering a bunch of dudes.

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Episode 20: Summer Movie Season 2016: A Post-Mortem

This week, Gavia and Morgan look back on the summer's movies and wonder what went wrong—possible answers include Hollywood's superhero problem and its remake obsession—and look forward to some of the more dire upcoming big-budget releases. They also recommend some of the best films of the year so far.

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Episode 18: Suicide Squad

In this week's episode, Morgan and Gavia dissect what may be the year's worst film, the DC extended universe's Suicide Squad. They cover the film's many flaws, from its incomprehensible plot to its myriad cast of unnecessary characters to its problems with sexism and violence, in addition to discussing its troubled production history and how it fits into DC's plan for the franchise moving forward.

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