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We missed you guys last week but we’re back with a packed episode of Breakfast All Day. I’ve returned from vacation and Alonso, Matt and I have a bunch of movies to review: M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller “Old,” the silly G.I. Joe origin story “Snake Eyes,” Val Kilmer looking back on his career in the documentary “Val,” and “Pig,” which we had…
 
We missed you guys last week but we’re back with a packed episode of Breakfast All Day. I’ve returned from vacation and Alonso, Matt and I have a bunch of movies to review: M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller “Old,” the silly G.I. Joe origin story “Snake Eyes,” Val Kilmer looking back on his career in the documentary “Val,” and “Pig,” which we had…
 
We missed you guys last week but we're back with a packed episode of Breakfast All Day. Christy has returned from vacation and joins Alonso and Matt to review a bunch of movies: M. Night Shyamalan's latest thriller "Old," the silly G.I. Joe origin story "Snake Eyes," Val Kilmer looking back on his career in the documentary "Val," and "Pig," which w…
 
Six months later, we’ve reached the end of our Marvel Mondays journey on Breakfast All Day with our discussion of “Black Widow” — unless I make Nicolas watch “Howard the Duck,” which some folks have requested. This week, Nic and I talk about what a badass Scarlett Johansson is, how a hilarious Florence Pugh nearly steals the whole thing, what a Mac…
 
Six months later, we’ve reached the end of our Marvel Mondays journey on Breakfast All Day with our discussion of “Black Widow” — unless I make Nicolas watch “Howard the Duck,” which some folks have requested. This week, Nic and I talk about what a badass Scarlett Johansson is, how a hilarious Florence Pugh nearly steals the whole thing, what a Mac…
 
Six months later, we’ve reached the end of our Marvel Mondays journey on Breakfast All Day with our discussion of “Black Widow” — unless Christy makes her kid watch “Howard the Duck,” which some folks have requested. This week, Christy and Nicolas talk about what a badass Scarlett Johansson is, how a hilarious Florence Pugh nearly steals the whole …
 
We’re getting close to the end of our Marvel Mondays journey — at least for now — with “Spider-Man: Far From Home” (2019). Christy and Nic agree this sequel isn’t as good as the infectiously joyous “Spider-Man: Homecoming” from a couple years earlier, and that it works better as a teenage romantic comedy than an action spectacle. We discuss whether…
 
We’re getting close to the end of our Marvel Mondays journey — at least for now — with “Spider-Man: Far From Home” (2019). Nic and I agree this sequel isn’t as good as the infectiously joyous “Spider-Man: Homecoming” from a couple years earlier, and that it works better as a teenage romantic comedy than an action spectacle. We discuss whether we’d …
 
We’re getting close to the end of our Marvel Mondays journey — at least for now — with “Spider-Man: Far From Home” (2019). Nic and I agree this sequel isn’t as good as the infectiously joyous “Spider-Man: Homecoming” from a couple years earlier, and that it works better as a teenage romantic comedy than an action spectacle. We discuss whether we’d …
 
We’re definitely in summer now with the release of the long-awaited blockbuster “Black Widow.” Christy, Matt and Alonso have a Breakfast All Day review of Scarlett Johansson’s standalone superhero movie, which originally was scheduled to come out in May 2020. Now, you can see it in theaters or at home through Disney+. We also review Steven Soderber…
 
We’re definitely in summer now with the release of the long-awaited blockbuster “Black Widow.” Matt, Alonso and I have a Breakfast All Day review of Scarlett Johansson’s standalone superhero movie, which originally was scheduled to come out in May 2020. Now, you can see it in theaters or at home through Disney+ (but I’d see it on the big screen if …
 
We’re definitely in summer now with the release of the long-awaited blockbuster “Black Widow.” Matt, Alonso and I have a Breakfast All Day review of Scarlett Johansson’s standalone superhero movie, which originally was scheduled to come out in May 2020. Now, you can see it in theaters or at home through Disney+ (but I’d see it on the big screen if …
 
We’ve finally made it to the biggest one of them all on Marvel Mondays: “Avengers: Endgame.” Christy and Nicolas take some extra time with this one because there’s so much to talk about: how everyone responds to the aftermath of the snap, the way the Russo brothers balance action and humor and still find a way to cram everyone in there, the fun of …
 
We’ve finally made it to the biggest one of them all on Marvel Mondays: “Avengers: Endgame.” Nicolas and I take some extra time with this one because there’s so much to talk about: how everyone responds to the aftermath of the snap, the way the Russo brothers balance action and humor and still find a way to cram everyone in there, the fun of time t…
 
We’ve finally made it to the biggest one of them all on Marvel Mondays: “Avengers: Endgame.” Nicolas and I take some extra time with this one because there’s so much to talk about: how everyone responds to the aftermath of the snap, the way the Russo brothers balance action and humor and still find a way to cram everyone in there, the fun of time t…
 
It’s July 4th weekend, which means we’ve got some big, dumb blockbusters for you on Breakfast All Day. But we also have some great smaller films that are very much worth your time in between hot dogs and sparklers. Alonso, Matt and Christy review the Chris Pratt alien invasion extravaganza “The Tomorrow War,” Questlove’s excellent music documentary…
 
It’s July 4th weekend, which means we’ve got some big, dumb blockbusters for you on Breakfast All Day. But we also have some great smaller films that are very much worth your time in between hot dogs and sparklers. Alonso, Matt and I review the Chris Pratt alien invasion extravaganza “The Tomorrow War,” Questlove’s excellent music documentary “Summ…
 
It’s July 4th weekend, which means we’ve got some big, dumb blockbusters for you on Breakfast All Day. But we also have some great smaller films that are very much worth your time in between hot dogs and sparklers. Alonso, Matt and I review the Chris Pratt alien invasion extravaganza “The Tomorrow War,” Questlove’s excellent music documentary “Summ…
 
Tie a flannel around your waist, pump up the Garbage and conjure your angstiest ’90s mood for “Captain Marvel” (2019). This week on Marvel Mondays, Christy and Nicolas and discuss the nostalgia of Carol Danvers crash landing into a Blockbuster Video store, her meeting up with a young Nick Fury and Agent Coulson, the fun of the furry Flerken and the…
 
Tie a flannel around your waist, pump up the Garbage and conjure your angstiest ’90s mood for “Captain Marvel” (2019). This week on Marvel Mondays, Nicolas and I discuss the nostalgia of Carol Danvers crash landing into a Blockbuster Video store, her meeting up with a young Nick Fury and Agent Coulson, the fun of the furry Flerken and the emotion o…
 
Tie a flannel around your waist, pump up the Garbage and conjure your angstiest ’90s mood for “Captain Marvel” (2019). This week on Marvel Mondays, Nicolas and I discuss the nostalgia of Carol Danvers crash landing into a Blockbuster Video store, her meeting up with a young Nick Fury and Agent Coulson, the fun of the furry Flerken and the emotion o…
 
Buckle up and hang on for the gravity-defying spectacle that is Breakfast All Day. Alonso, Matt and Christy review the latest in “The Fast Saga,” “F9,” which we’re mixed on but agree is a great reason to go back to the movies. We also review the middling Liam Neeson actioner “The Ice Road” and the touching queer, Mexican romance “I Carry You With M…
 
Buckle up and hang on for the gravity-defying spectacle that is Breakfast All Day. Alonso, Matt and I review the latest in “The Fast Saga,” “F9,” which we’re mixed on but agree is a great reason to go back to the movies. We also review the middling Liam Neeson actioner “The Ice Road” and the touching queer, Mexican romance “I Carry You With Me.” In…
 
Buckle up and hang on for the gravity-defying spectacle that is Breakfast All Day. Alonso, Matt and I review the latest in “The Fast Saga,” “F9,” which we’re mixed on but agree is a great reason to go back to the movies. We also review the middling Liam Neeson actioner “The Ice Road” and the touching queer, Mexican romance “I Carry You With Me.” In…
 
This week on Marvel Mondays, we discuss “Ant-Man and the Wasp” (2018), which serves as a light, cool palate cleanser after the emotional intensity of “Avengers: Infinity War.” Christy and Nicolas didn’t enjoy this sequel as much the second time around — we found its plot too crammed and the jokes too repetitive from the original. But Paul Rudd is a…
 
This week on Marvel Mondays, we discuss “Ant-Man and the Wasp” (2018), which serves as a light, cool palate cleanser after the emotional intensity of “Avengers: Infinity War.” Nicolas and I didn’t enjoy this sequel as much the second time around — we found its plot too crammed and the jokes too repetitive from the original. But Paul Rudd is always …
 
Jump on in, the water’s fine here at Breakfast All Day. This week, Alonso, Matt and Christy review the new Pixar movie on Disney+, “Luca,” and have widely varying thoughts on it. We also discuss the totally unnecessary sequel “Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard,” although we can barely remember the original, and the entertaining documentary “Rita Moreno: Ju…
 
Jump on in, the water’s fine here at Breakfast All Day. This week, Alonso, Matt and I review the new Pixar movie on Disney+, “Luca,” and have widely varying thoughts on it. We also discuss the totally unnecessary sequel “Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard,” although we can barely remember the original, and the entertaining documentary “Rita Moreno: Just a G…
 
It’s hard to believe we’re almost done with our Marvel Mondays series, but here we are with “Avengers: Infinity War” (2018). Christy and Nicolas talk about how fun it is to see the various Marvel characters interact with each other, whether Nic relates to surly Teenage Groot, how emotional the snap is — especially when it comes to Spider-Man — and …
 
It’s our 200th episode of Breakfast All Day! And what better way to celebrate than with the infectiously joyous “In the Heights.” Alonso, Matt and Christy review the big-screen version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning musical, which you really should see on the big screen if you feel comfortable doing that. We also review the sequel “Peter Rabb…
 
We’re finally up to “Black Panther,” one of our complete favorites and a movie we’d been looking forward to revisiting since the beginning, on this week’s episode of Marvel Mondays. Christy and Nicolas talk about how sad it is to watch Ryan Coogler’s film following the death of Chadwick Boseman, how it features a villain in Michael B. Jordan’s Erik…
 
Summer is heating up but it’s a tepid week movie-wise here at Breakfast All Day. Stick with us, though, because Christy, Matt and Alonso have reviews of the horror sequel “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,” the Indian film “The Disciple” on Netflix and “Port Authority,” an indie drama about a transgender romance. In news, we talk about the co…
 
This week on Marvel Mondays, we’re up to a movie Christy had been excited to rewatch from the very beginning: “Thor: Ragnarok” (2017). It’s one of her absolute favorites because it’s goofy, weird and full of surprises. She and Nicolas talk about how the humor in Taika Waititi’s film comes from Thor not being powerful and majestic but actually kinda…
 
Listening to the Breakfast All Day Podcast is the height of fashion, darling — especially this week, when we disagree strongly on a couple of new movies. Alonso loved the Disney villain origin story “Cruella” and Christy was not a fan (although the clothes are amazing). Christy loved the documentary “Moby Doc” and Alonso thought it was annoying. Ma…
 
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