New Trek series announced. Scream 5, apparently. Snyder cut shenanigans, and Henry Super Nick Fury Man Cavill. HBOMeh, plus Studio Ghibli, tho. Awkwafina, Karen Gillan in “Barry Meets Mean Girls”. Plus, three great trailers and a list of Tax Comedies!

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In minute fifty-six of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob consider the General’s hubris and how it gets cut short as the Hulk finds a way to escape Ross’ sonic barrage. This makes way for a discussion on the physical properties of said escape which thankfully, leads us to a classic GI Joe cartoon and good old Jim Ross references. And there’s an Enya cameo.

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In minute fifty-five of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob discuss sonic repercussions in movies. They also applaud the cool work of stuntman Cyril Raffaelli as we enjoy some fantastic action fighting where Blonsky holds his own! There’s a deep dive into how they make Tim Roth run really, really fast. Hint: a certain man of steel might have used this a few decades ago. And sonic cannons from the opening credits finally show up. Plus, we thank Ed Norton for not using glue!

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In minute fifty-four of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob giggle with joy at the fighting mayhem we find our characters partaking in that includes more than their fill of explosions and destruction. Props to the CGI artists who made pulling apart this sequence even more fun! There’s a new installment of “Things the Hulk can Throw” plus two great cameos of Marvel universe characters that will blow your mind!

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Francis Veber had written plays, TV shows, and films. He had also directed plenty of well by the time he decided to adapt his hit play “Le Dîner de Cons” for the big screen. Luckily, his brand of farcical humor worked brilliantly with the film version, and it became a huge hit in his home country of France. Join us as we continue our Francis Veber & His Remakes series with his 1998 film “Le Dîner de Cons.”

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In minute fifty-three of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob begin with an Alfred Hitchcock discussion. Why? Well, because there’s a dolly zoom and don’t worry, Irmin Roberts gets the credit! The obsession over bullets continues as Ross’ army tries to take down the Hulk. We dish about our love of the absurdity of 80’s television car jumps and the Hulk’s propensity for stomping things.

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“Theater at Home” new releases are available and more titles are being announced all the time. The Film Board will continue to gather its thugs and spoil them for you as we find them out there in the streaming universe until we can all get back and see our beloved big screens. “Capone” was released to most major streaming services on May 12th. This film examines a part of life that is rarely discussed, and Capone’s is unique. Unravel it all with us on The Film Board!

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In minute fifty-two of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob discuss an inexplicable movie from the 1940’s whose title plays into this minute. We dive deeper into Betty’s daddy issues and Bruce’s oddly expressed Hulk vision. There’s a discussion on the best way to simulate gas in an enclosed space as the big green guy shows up for this movie’s iconic reveal. And for some reason, a simile contest breaks out.

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In minute fifty-one of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob discuss the good, bad and ugly of creative film techniques while the battle unfolds. Betty is looking for her dad while Bruce is looking for a way out. And, you’ll be introduced to the number two guy in the motion capture industry and find out that he’s no slouch!

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Twilight for Twilight Time. Hanks’ Greyhound is snatched by Apple TV+. The Snyder Cut is REAL! Cannes and Sundance are streaming virtually. Plus, Andy, Ray, and Tommy bring three weird trailers and a list of films celebrating awkward dinners!

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