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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Does this feel like Spike Lee at his most Lee-ish? How effective is the satire in this film? Does Damon Wayans take his performance too far? Tune in to this week’s show for these answers and more.

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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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What a weird time to be alive, right? It seems appropriate for Blumhouse to release a political powderkeg in the middle of a national state of emergency quarantine that’s been wildly politicized across the spectrum. There’s no better time for us to talk about The Hunt!

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In minute one of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob talk about movie studio animated logos and why this may be the last stand-alone Hulk film you’ll ever see.

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Is it clear that Spike Lee has something to say with this film? How does the camerawork and production design work to enhance this world? Is this film still relevant in today’s society?

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