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Welcome to Marveling at the Movies, a podcast for Multiversity Comics with Alexis Perry, Matthew Meylikhov and future internet superstar Matt DiChiara. In this show, Alexis and Matthew (two people very fluent in movies and comics) make their friend Matt (who doesn't watch movies or read comics) watch every single shared-universe comic book film series. To quote Matt, "...cool."
 
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In the last episode of 2022, the Marveling at the Movies crew watches all of Hawkeye. That's it. Not 6 individual episodes, just one (1) super long episode. Will this work? Is it too long? I don't know, you're the listener, you tell us. And besides, there's no new superhero anythings until March or May or whatever, so it's not like you don't have p…
 
After putting it off for a while since Alexis never ended up seeing the movie, we hit the inevitable point where we had to watch Black Widow... not because we finally convinced Alexis that she should, but, y'know, Marvel has their whole "connected universe" yadda yadda. So we did the only thing that made sense to do: put Alexis in the hot seat and …
 
Matt, Matthew and Alexis return for a chat about Eternals. The mood is tepid on this one in the pre-show, but who knows, maybe things turn around in the post show? But who knows with this group. At the very least, we will definitively answer: is this the worst movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, worse than Thor: Dark World? (Well, Matthew doesn…
 
Finally, after 2 years, the podcast returns to its roots and talks about a superhero movie! This time it's Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the newest superhero in the biz. As always, we talk about easter eggs, go through Matt's ineligible notes, and make lots of random jokes. Be honest, after all the Loki episodes, this is exactly the ki…
 
THIS IS IT. THE FINAL EPISODE OF THE SEASON. After a long slog for all, everything comes to end: the villain behind it all stands revealed and the plot has reached its apex. The only question left is: yes, this is the end of Loki, but is it the end of Marveling at the Movies as well?! After all, after 6 episodes of arguing about timelines and multi…
 
In the latest episode of Marveling at the Movies, the crew once again cascades back and forth between Matt declaring everything to be dumb and horrible, but then also turning it into a discussion as to the nature of storytelling and giving purpose to moments in storytelling. It's either a really interesting discussion on the traps of sci-fi discuss…
 
In the latest episode of Marveling at the Movies, the gang delivers their best pre-show ever followed by a very on brand post show. Matthew just can't catch a break with Matt and Alexis, because one minute they're saying the episode was fine and the next minute as we go through it they get angrier and angrier at every little aspect of the concept. …
 
In the latest episode of Marveling at the Movies, Loki gets the highest possible praise from the Marveling Crew. There is a healthy debate about sci-fi nonsense, time travel tomfoolery, and the art of cinema. Also, Matt drops a theory that makes Matthew and Alexis both pause and say, "Holy shit. He's one of us. He's really finally one of us." But t…
 
In the latest episode of Marveling at the Movies, the gang's opinions on the episode may surprise you. There's a lot of healthy debate about this episode, what type of show this is, and whether or not time travel with rules is stupid. And once again, Matt shocks and awes in what he DOES know references to and what he DOESN'T know references to, bec…
 
We're back, and this time with Loki! This is the show that Matt and Alexis have been asking for since Day 1. All of their hopes and dreams have finally come to fruition now that their favorite character finally has his own show! They literally couldn't be any more excited to be on this podcast to talk about Loki and time travel, which are both of t…
 
In this final episode covering The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, our intrepid podcasters once again find themselves disagreeing about the show. Is the last episode good enough to redeem an otherwise meh TV experience, or is it just a mediocre ending to a mediocre production? Do any care of us care enough for a second season or a movie follow-up at…
 
After 4 episodes of super uneven storytelling and mostly confusing creative choices, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier finally produces an episode that everyone in the Marveling at the Movies gang enjoys! Wow!! The show's still incredibly uneven, but at least we can all finally talk about the things we like instead of just a 2 hour podcast about st…
 
The latest episode finds our team divided. One basically hates the show, one thinks this was the best episode yet, and the other is stuck squarely in the middle because this should've been a movie and not a TV show! But which one is which? Is this perhaps the most divisive and transformative our favorite podcasters have ever been on this show? Are …
 
In the latest episode, the gang finally starts to agree that -- well, this should be better. Whether it's new backgrounds, too much exposition or the overall predictability of it all, Falcon and Winter Soldier doesn't seem to be hitting the mark for your favorite podcast crew. For Thor's sake, at this point we're just praying for Mephisto to show u…
 
In the latest episode of Marveling at the Movies, the gang tackles the second episode of Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The show finally gives them what they want, yet no one seems particularly excited! Two episodes in, and the show we all assumed we'd love the most still isn't hitting the right notes... Did Zack Snyder's Justice League truly make …
 
Marveling at the Movies is back, and on time, and hopefully with a normal release schedule! Mostly because Matt actually wants to watch this show! Listen in amazement as the gang actually watches the episode together and reacts to things in real time, without two of the hosts trying to not nudge the other in a certain direction while also trying no…
 
For the final episode of WandaVision, the Marveling at the Movies team watches the last two episodes together and discusses. Matt argues about all the things that annoyed or underwhelmed him, Matthew argues back that all the things that annoyed or underwhelmed him are the things he normal likes or are the things he specifically requested, and Alexi…
 
In the latest episode of Marveling at the Movies, the gang finally has to watch an episode in real time instead of binge watching it for Matt. There are some arguments around the big moments of this week's episode as differing opinions fly about what is or isn't interesting, but what do you expect after 54 episodes? (Jesus... we've done 54 episodes…
 
In our latest episode, the Marveling at the Movies gang ACTUALLY talks about theories. Yes, most of the ones you probably know. Sure, maybe a couple you don't. No, we don't have any grand insight or crazy revelations. As always, we mostly just have surprise betrayals, inane rants about whether stories having meaning and the Matts bully each other. …
 
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In our latest episode, the gang dives further into the mysteries of what the heck is going on in WandaVision! Matt takes notes and pulls a magic trick, and Matthew and Alexis open up a little bit more to actually talk about what they're watching versus just making coy comments. Also, we talk a lot about other TV shows for some reason. Like, a whole…
 
And we're back! Surprise! After a year of not doing the podcast (and a few missed movies), Marveling at the Movies has reconvened to do Marvel's Phase 4, starting with WandaVision! All your favorite bits are back, from Matt not caring about anything to Matthew trying to be coy about what he does or doesn't know and Alexis wondering how she puts up …
 
In what is our second longest episode ever, the gang sees "Dark Phoenix." Heated debate ensues: who hated it? Who loved it? Who thought it was just fine? And why are there so many arguments about it? If you listen to one podcast about Dark Phoenix it might as well be this one. Also, fun fact: this episode is only 17 seconds longer than our Last Sta…
 
For today's episode, the gang watches Logan! Matt has some interesting predictions, Matthew drops a few personal fun facts, and Alexis remains in a relatively philosophical place due to anxiety brought on from watching HBO's "Ice On Fire" documentary about how the world is basically over. Also, we learn a surprising yet obvious correlation between …
 
For today's episode, the gang watches X-Men: Apocalypse. Matt meets the new Jean Grey (and doesn't like her any more than the old Jean Grey), and it seems like all hope is lost for him ever having even the mildest appreciation for the X-Men as a whole. That doesn't mean Matthew won't try and defend it, though, or that Alexis won't also be there to …
 
For today's episode, the gang makes the mistake of watching the extra long version of a movie that's already pretty long in Days Of Future Past: The Rogue Cut. Matthew (who had never seen the Rogue Cut) regrets the decision, Matt (who had never seen the movie) also regrets the decision, and Alexis regrets inviting them over to her house because at …
 
For today's episode, the gang watch The Wolverine! Matthew says that the movie is good, Matt doesn't believe him, Alexis says the movie is good, Matt believes her, and discord is sewn between the gang. How does this play out? Is Matthew right? Is Alexis right? Is no one is right? Tune in to find out!…
 
Just in time for Multiversity Comics' 10th Anniversary (almost as if done on purpose), the gang watches X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Matthew defends the movie, Matt gets confused by the timelines, Alexis bans the mention of a certain mutant from the show, and there's also a lot of Hey Arnold discussion for some reason.…
 
Matt, Alexis and Matthew dive into one of the biggest disasters of a film of all time (which Roger Ebert gave two thumbs up). Matthew delivers an excessive amount of fun facts about the film, Matt gets incredibly frustrated and Alexis watches the chaos unfold. Kitty Pryde finally shows up, and we also pay tribute to Brandon Lemos, Matthew's favorit…
 
Matt, Alexis and Matthew sit down to watch the best superhero film of 2003, X-Men 2: X-Men United. Matt discovers that Jean Grey is definitely his favorite character, Alexis introduces a new bit by accident, and Matthew finds a reason to go watch Spongebob Squarepants.
 
In the inaugural episode of Season 4 we see if Matt knows anything about the X-Men, and try and set better expectations than we did for Season 2. You can also tell this was recorded a little while ago by the fact we call it Season 3, even though Season 3 was the Matrix! Oops! Either way, things are gonna get weird.…
 
In the latest episode of the Marveling gang actually watching Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, we see Captain Marvel aka a Nice, Fun, Palette Cleanser. We talk about the movie, how we love cats (every kind of cat), how all men are dumb, and also freak out about how good Samuel L. Jackson looks (with apologies to Paul Giamatti).…
 
In the latest addition to the DCEU season, the Marveling gang goes to see DC's Captain Marvel film. There are a lot of complaints about the lack of talking tigers, but then a lot of dialogue about talking worms. You win some, you lose some. We also didn't have access to our upgraded microphone, so apologies for the distortion -- but, to be fair, we…
 
In a complete surprise, the gang returns to binge watch the Matrix Trilogy. But since this is April Fool's, they're also going to drink heavily throughout the whole thing. Is this a good idea? Probably not. Did we do it anyway? Obviously yes. In the final installment, the gang barely makes it through because of how late it is and how uch they've ha…
 
In a complete surprise, the gang returns to binge watch the Matrix Trilogy. But since this is April Fool's, they're also going to drink heavily throughout the whole thing. Is this a good idea? Probably not. Did we do it anyway? Obviously yes. In the second of three installments, Matt finds out why everyone generally says to not watch the Matrix seq…
 
In a complete surprise, the gang returns to binge watch the Matrix Trilogy. But since this is April Fool's, they're also going to drink heavily throughout the whole thing. Is this a good idea? Probably not. Did we do it anyway? Obviously yes. Tune in as Matt learns what the Matrix is, and starts to understand what all the hype was about (while hopi…
 
In yet another surprise bonus episode for Season 2 (fine, we did it), we went and saw Aquaman. In this episode we talk about comic continuity, taking notes in the dark, Pitbull, and what's the better name: Aquaman, Black Manta or Ocean Master? And, yes, before you ask: the next episode that appears in this feed will be for Season 3: Mutanting at th…
 
In this surprise bonus episode (what, did you think we were going to watch Aquaman?), we watch and talk about Teen Titans Go! To the Movies. We hope you like farts and Michael Bolton as much as we do, as well as Slaaaaaaaaaaaaddddeeeee. This episode is less about Matt's notes more than just talking about a movie we like, so enjoy the extra episode …
 
In the final episode of Season 2, we look back on our journey and the friends we made along the way. And by that, I mean subject Matt to information about all the movies coming up next in the DCEU, including everything we know about the two Suicide Squad spin-offs. He's thrilled, trust us. We also check in with Brad Garett and tease an eXciting thi…
 
In the latest episode, we watch Wonder Woman, aka the "only good movie of the DCEU." Does Matt agree with this sentiment? Does Alexis actually have positive commentary about the film, for the first time this season? Does Matthew cry during it again? The answers to this and more in the latest episode (though to be honest, it's Yes, Yes, and Of Cours…
 
In the latest episode, we watch the extended edition of Suicide Squad in what is arguably our best episode ever. Why? There's so many jokes in this one that to tell any of them would spoil the fun, but the subtitle of this episode is probably at least a hint of things to come, right? Tune in. You'll love... this episode.…
 
In the latest episode, the team watches the 3-hour Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - The Ultimate Edition. Does anyone make it through the whole thing? Do they have any energy to talk about it afterwards? Is Batman still cool in anyone's eyes after this? All this and more in the latest episode.
 
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