For our friends in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 5 years have elapsed since Thanos snapped his fingers and instantly removed half the population in the galaxy. For Remember When, it's been over a year. Time travel is funny like that ;) Now that we're back from our extended stay on Titan, we've got some catching up to do... personally, and cinematically! We start the show with a spoiler-laden discussion on Avengers: Endgame. When we last left our Marvel heroes, they were scattered across the galaxy, like dust in the wind (too soon?). Endgame has the tough job of landing a story arc that has carried over 11 years and more than 20 movies. Did it succeed? What DIDN'T we like? Listen in and get settled, because we have thoughts. After that, we're gonna jump right into Spider-Man: Far From Home. Peter Parker's return from The Blip, and his extended stay on Titan, has some serious MCU repercussions. In the midst of this, we have some quick chats about Captain Marvel, Into The Spider-Verse (which, OMG, watch it on Netflix if you haven't yet!) and more. As the show closes, we also talk about The Matrix (two decades of Neo goodness!), the fade-out of the Netflix Marvel era, and more. Oh, and Jay's been a busy beaver in our show absence! Listen in at the end to hear what's in store for our next episode. We appreciate all our fans for your support, your words of encouragement, and your patience. Thanks for the emails, tweets, and Facebook comments you've left us in the past year! And if you haven't seen it yet, be sure and stop by our Facebook page for an idea of what lies ahead. Please note that we're no longer maintaining FilmTangent... it was a lot of upkeep for what amounted to being an extraneous channel. To keep up with us between shows, follow us on our Facebook & Twitter accounts for the show (@rwpodcast) ... or via our Twitter accounts (@JasonVeeBee and @vicious696)
18 movies. Ten years. That's how long this has been building up. It would have been easy to chalk up the buzz behind Infinity War as marketing hype, rabid fanboy passion, or something else. And honestly, before the movie came out, no one would have blamed you. And then the credits rolled on Infinity War. And it turns out... no... it was all true. All of it. In some weird way, the movie manages to exceed the insane amounts of hype that led into it. And if you're like us, when those credits finished rolling... you walked out of the theater with your jaw hanging open, and some emotional scars. So let's heal together! After multiple viewings, Parris and Jay sit down to talk about the fallout from Infinity War... both in terms of the events of the movie, and how the movie has impacted us. We're going to go into detail on all the events of Infinity War, beginning to end. We talk about the things that were under-served, the characters we didn't deserve, and the path that's been laid out over the past 18 movies. We also have ideas on where the story will go next. The ending leaves one of the largest cliffhangers in cinematic history, but if you look at Infinity War, there are clues about the road ahead. This entire episode is dedicated to Avengers: Infinity War, and because there are SO MANY SPOILERS, we've elected to postpone our conversation around Fletch until Episode 74. And if you're one of the people that hasn't seen Infinity War yet, we strongly urge you to wait to listen to this episode until you've had a chance to watch the movie. Trust us, there's magic in not knowing. Our show continues to grow because of YOU, our listeners! We appreciate all the feedback we've had over the past two episodes. We hope that after you've had a chance to listen to this, you'll drop us a line and tell us you enjoyed it. We're on Twitter via @rwpodcast, on Facebook at @rwpodcast, and you can email us at rw -at- filmtangent.com
We thought we were prepared. After that hype-generating trailer back in November, we thought we were ready for what Infinity War had to offer. And then that second trailer hit last week... We're starting the show with BOTH of us needing an adult, and recap'ing the second trailer. Parris and Jay have theories.. who lives, who dies, and just who the heck Peter Dinklage is playing. (We're guessing it's not Thor) And on the flip side of the Marvel coin, there's the second season of Jessica Jones. Is it as bad as Iron Fist? No. But the show really does have some problems, and we've got to talk about that Villain problem that Marvel's running up against. Then it's trailer talk, and some TV catch-up! This Is Us and The Good Place are two fantastic shows you need to be watching if you aren't already. Lastly, we jump into Doctor Who, some listener Q&A... and Jay's got a question. And a confession. But we'll get to that. Thank you, as always to our listeners. We had some amazing feedback on the last show, and we hope you'll keep it coming. The positive words, the encouragement, and your support are the reasons we do this show Find us on Twitter and Facebook: @rwpodcast Email us: email@example.com TIME STAMPS: 0:00 to 24:28 - The Infinity War trailer 24:28 - 28:47 - Spider-man: Into the Spidey-verse and the Venom trailer 28:47 - 42:32 - Jessica Jones S2 and the Marvel Netflix verse 42:32 - 54:00 - TV shows (This is Us, The Good Place, Doctor Who, Westworld) 54:00 - 58:57 - Audience questions from our live stream 58:57 to end - Jay's confession, and a question
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