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135: The Hunt

Garrett and Carson play The Most Dangerous Game once again with Blumhouse’s The Hunt.

115: Gemini Man

Garrett and Carson are seeing double while discussing Gemini Man.

112: Rambo: Last Blood

What Garrett and Carson call Hell, they call Rambo: Last Blood.

111: The Crow

Garrett and Carson FIRE IT UP! FIRE IT UP! to talk 1994’s The Crow.

109: Angel Has Fallen

Garrett and Carson think this Gerard Butler-led franchise has fallen… and can’t get up.

Episode 106: Hobbs & Shaw

Garrett and Carson get spun off talking about Hobbs & Shaw.

Review: Hobbs & Shaw (Carson’s View)

Before you spend your hard earned money or valuable time watching Hobbs & Shaw, please do yourself a favor and watch the trailer.  That way you know exactly what you are getting into.  And if you feel like you need some non-stop, over-the-top ridiculousness in your life, then absolutely go get yourself a ticket.

Hobbs & Shaw is just what this summer needed. The first spin-off to the Fast and Furious franchise is an action-packed, light-hearted adventure. The Rock’s usual smoldering charisma is in full force as he brings Jason Statham into comedic banter.  Vanessa Kirby is a fantastic addition to the series. She more than holds her own between two massive egos.  Both title characters deliver their signature ass-kicking styles and many explosions to make you forget all about Vin Diesel.

Hobbs & Shaw is fun.  Movie logic, physics, and common sense were abandoned when making this movie, and that’s okay. They completely lean into the absurdity and that’s what makes it so entertaining. Turn your brain off and enjoy the ride.

Episode 103: The Boondock Saints

Garrett and Carson pay homage to the patron saints of vigilantes The Boondock Saints.

Episode 95: Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Garrett and Carson use their atomic breath to talk about Godzilla: King of the Monsters.

Review: Godzilla: King of the Monsters (Garrett’s View)

Overall, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is a net neutral. The monster moments are enjoyable enough to somewhat cancel out the eye-roll-inducing human story.