Ron Stallworth’s story seems ridiculous and unbelievable, but it’s true – as an African American undercover cop with the Colorado Springs Police Department, Ron infiltrated the local KKK group with one of his fellow detectives and managed to bring them down. It’s the sort of story that Spike Lee seems perfect for, so who better to direct it than Lee himself?

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In minute eight of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob enjoy some funny moments as Bruce plays Mr. Fixit and then turn to horror when blood is painfully spilled in the bottling plant!

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JJ and Steve find themselves among another group of exiles in space. Based on a book-length science fiction poem written by Swedish Nobel laureate Harry Martinson in 1956, Aniara explores the impact isolation, anxiety, and despair can have on a society. Within the first 10 minutes of this episode you will know if this film is for you or not.

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In minute six of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob talk about abdominal gymnastics and healthy heart technology that are core to Bruce Banner’s unfolding story.

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We’re all living in a post-movie planet and just trying to make the best of it. We’re seeing some creative release strategies in light of the pandemic. Avatar is still coming. Cats keeps on giving. If you’re looking for something to do with your kids, you could do worse than remaking Spider-verse with traditional animation. Plus, trailers and a list of movies that include TV production.

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In minute five of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob discuss the average day in the life of Bruce Banner where he cooks, has a dog and watches some pretty awesome throwback television!

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In minute four of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob deep dive into a mysterious sequence missing from the final cut of the movie that explains a line of dialogue that doesn’t show up until four movies later!

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