In the lead up to Ready Player One, we are going through each film directed by Steven Spielberg. Matt (@TheRealMattC) is your host, Marcelo (@MarceloJPico) is your ombudsman, and Marcus (@MarcusIrving317) is your guest for this episode where they all discuss Spielberg's return after the setback that was 1941, Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Unfortunately, no one can be told what the movie Replicas is. You have to see it for yourself.
They’re not aliens!
It’s Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves in a love-it-or-leave-it, love-hate-rom-com!
In Russia, Keanu movie watches you.
Does this DTV sequel to the vampire cult hit… suck? Ha! Get it?! Because vampires!
What do you do when a podcast episode exceeds your dreams?
Doctor, doctor, give me the Keanus.
Celebrating a milestone by focusing on one of the best Keanu movies, plus a conversation with the John Wick screenwriter!
All hail, cult leader Keanu!
Hey, get a haircut you young wizards!
We’ve got original, strawberry, and green mint chocolate for you. Please enjoy it.
Let us not play devil’s advocate here; this legal drama is just be a middle-of-the-road film.
13 Going on 13 just turned 15 and we’re here to talk about it.
Let’s not even get into what happens to the dog.
There are no small roles, only big Keanu.
Studio meddling turns a psychological drama into a boring procedural and we’re none the better for it.
Who’s there? An Eli Roth movie with questionable subject matter starring Keanu!
Will your hosts be… universal in their feelings toward this Jean-Claude Van Damme sequel?
Discussing the best tracks over the three film scores by John Powell.
Don’t let this episode just… pass you by.
Only Keanu Reeves is worthy of a crossover event this big.
The gang asks the important questions, like, what happened to Flounder?
It’s the martial arts movie that’ll make you shout, “You owe me a life!”
Surfin’ USA, but this time with WWE wrestlers as penguins.
Still so whoa after 20 years.
This is decidedly not John Carpenter's Vampires.
Um… indeed, folks. Um… indeed.
Romcom fans, this is one you may not have heard of, but it’s a must-see.
Keanu certainly knows how to pick interesting and unique projects, as this movie shows.