Episode 480 – Holy Flippin’ Monster Tribble!

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This Week: Kevin celebrates the 4th of July weekend by checking out some movie news and raging about Rihanna’s involvement in the latest Star Trek Beyond trailer. Later, he reviews the new films The BFG, The Legend of Tarzan, The Purge: Election Year and Swiss Army Man. Later in the show, Kevin offers a Fat Guy Five for patriotic movies before launching into the box office report and the Home Cinema Round-Up!

Featured music: Swiss Army Man Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell


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Episode 479 – Bikini vs. Shark

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This Week: Kevin says good-bye to actor Anton Yelchin before yammering on about Lucasfilm news. He also takes a gander at some new movies coming out in the Trailer Park. Later, he reviews the new movies of the week, including Independence Day: Resurgence, The Shallows, Free State of Jones, Dark Horse and The Fits. Finally, as things wrap up, he offers some box office brilliance and home cinema recommendations.


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‘Finding Dory’ Movie Review



findingdoryFINDING DORY
(PG)
**** (out of 5)

June 17, 2016

STARRING
Ellen DeGeneres as DORY
Albert Brooks as MARLIN
Ed O’Neill as HANK
Kaitlin Olson as DESTINY
Hayden Rolence as NEMO
Ty Burrell as BAILEY
Diane Keaton as JENNY
Eugene Levy as CHARLIE

Studio: Pixar

Directed by: Andrew Stanton
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‘Central Intelligence’ Movie Review



centralintelligenceCENTRAL INTELLIGENCE
(PG-13)
***1/2 (out of 5)

June 17, 2016

STARRING
Dwayne Johnson as BOB STONE
Kevin Hart as CALVIN JOYNER
Amy Ryan as AGENT PAMELA HARRIS
Danielle Nicolet as MAGGIE
Aaron Paul as PHIL

Studio: Warner Bros.

Directed by: Rawson Marshall Thurber
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Episode 478 – Tom Cruise Kills a Wedding Cake

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This Week: Kevin churns through some development news before looking at some trailers for the holiday season. Then he reviews the new films Finding Dory, Central Intelligence, Clown, The Witness and Dheepan. As things wrap up, he offers some box office wisdom and also gives some classic home cinema recommendations.

Featured music: Now You See Me 2 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Brian Tyler


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