005 Late To The Party: Star Trek Star Trek: the...next frontier. This is the voyage of the Late To The Party Enterprise. Its 30-minute mission: to explore a strange old tv show. To seek out new characters and new realizations. To boldly go where no Britt has gone before!
Movie Money Refinanced: Episode XXIX Well, you know it's a bad year when Toy Story underperforms. We talk about the box office having a bad year so far and the movie news of the week. Plus, Damian describes a herculean feat of strength untold to men!
004 Late To The Party: Spongebob Squarepants Wow, a show with late in the title being published late? It's like it was made to be. After a brief sabbatical, Late to the Party is back with a vengeance to discuss one of the most iconic shows of all time...that Brittany was not allowed to watch. That's right, Spongebob Squarepants. We talk the memes, the music, favourite characters, and disturbing, weird episodes.
Movie Money Refinanced: Episode XXVII The box office just keeps getting worse. Even though Endgame did phenomenal numbers at the start of the summer, June suffers week after week with underperforming films. With this many bombs, the box office might as well be classified as a terrorist organization. The podcast includes much better jokes than that one.
Movie Money Refinanced: Episode XXVII It's the end of an era! With the Disney/Fox merger complete, there will be no more X-Men films under the 20th Century Fox banner. Except of course for the final film 'X-Men Dark Phoenix'. Will this sequel that's also a remake of the third X-Men film prove to be a fitting finally to a franchise that's been mostly uneven? In a way, yes. Tune in to hear our thoughts
X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019) Review: The End? Imagine a superhero film that has all of the characters you’ve known and loved for over a decade, coming together for an ensemble film unlike anything you’ve seen before, for one stunning conclusion. If you thought of ‘Avengers: Endgame’, you could hardly be blamed. However the description also fits for another superhero film this year, albeit with far less anticipation. ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ chronicles the last hurrah of the current cast, with an ending that fits the franchise completely. With clunkiness, entertaining highs and forgettable lows. The year is 1992, and the mutant threat is now on the cover of magazines, with a direct line to the president. Complete with a rotary phone with an X where the dial is meant to be. X-Men movies are all about evolution, and the films have now evolved to have as much sophistication as the 1960s Batman TV show. Nevertheless, the superteam is the first line of defense when a space mission goes awry. Not everything goes according to plan, and X-Woman Jean Grey pays the price. What I liked most about this particular X-Men film is how it handles its patriarch Charles Xavier. For the first time in franchise history, the bald beacon of righteousness has less footing on the moral highground. He comes off as a deadbeat dad who's partial to corporal punishment and frequents a bottle of very expensive whiskey to battle his demons. If…