As we promised we’re taking a little break from heavy topics to talk about something a lighter and fun. On this episode we discuss sequels that should never have been made and/or ruined their respective franchises. And, in a follow-up discussion that is in no way connected to that, we give our impressions of Solo, the new Star Wars movie that everybody loves and couldn’t wait to see.
After a long absence, scheduling difficulties, and some technical glitches, Bits Don’t Byte is back! We bring you another long, nerdy, in-depth discussion of a movie.
If you’ve heard my movie podcast, then you know I was really jazzed about Infinity War. Find out what my co-hosts Joshua Kehe, his brother Ben think. We also discuss the MCU in general – the past and future including our favorites, least favorites, and theories for Avengers 4.
Unfortunately with our remote podcast set up we had some technical issues. Please forgive the less-than-pristine audio quality. We’ll try and have that back up to snuff next time.
Speaking of next time, we’d like to do these more often and have several topics we’re excited to talk about in-depth provided we can schedule it. So hopefully the next episode will be out than 6 months from now.
Guess what? We talk about old movies too. “Old” in the case meaning from 2004, a fact which I got wrong on the podcast but my wife helpfully corrected. I still can’t believe I got that wrong.
Incredibles 2 is right around the corner so now is the perfect time to revist one of Pixar’s best movies.
The Incredibles Written & Directed: Brad Bird Starring: Craig T. Nelson, Helen Hunt, Jason Lee, and Samuel L. Jackson Music: Michael Giacchino Cinematography: Andrew Jimenez, Patrick Lin, Janet Lucroy Studio: Pixar Animation Studios
In our longest, most meandering episode to date we discuss podcasts we like (along with a few that have influenced ours), who our ideal third host would be if we were to add one (besides Liam Neeson, of course), and what we’ve been enjoying lately.
Surprise! We didn’t think we were going to cover this movie, but here we are. The latest and biggest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe broke all kinds of records, but most shockingly we both liked it a lot.