Tyler and Matt break down all the categories that matter - NOT you Best Documentary (Short Feature) - and a brief review of The Cloverfield Paradox. Mostly a loosey goosey show that also has some shinebox and finally some listener feedback.
Tyler and Matt count down the Top 8 Movies of 2017 and hand out some end of the year awards. During the countdown, we play listener picks for top movies of the year (stay tuned after the show for some late call-ins). With 2017 done and done, we move on to 2018 with DYGAF, What Kinda Story is This?, Shinebox and Call to Action.
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The Morons are red-hot, rolling and BACK. Matt and Tyler review Star Wars: The Last Jedi. We recap movies we've attempted to review since the last episode, DYGAF and the Shinebox return and we introduce two new segments. Follow us on twitter @movieswmorons and send us an email at email@example.com. Spoilers start at 1:10:40
Matt and Tyler review the new movie Baby Driver and join John and Peter after the show for another preview of the Push-Ups and Predictions Podcast. Other topics include the Top 5 Most Anticipated Movies of the Rest of 2017, new digs and DYGAF. Spoiler Discussion starts at 1:00:41. 3PPOD Preview starts at 1:07:49.
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Tyler and Matt double dip on reviews of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and It Comes At Night. We also count down our favorite movies of the year so far, do a little DYGAF and The Shinebox.
Stay tuned at the end of the episode for the unofficial first episode of the new OTP podcast 'The Pushups & Predictions Podcast'. Matt and Tyler join 3PPod host John and Peter the Cheek Beater for a recap of Week One of the CFL and give their predictions for Week 2.
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This colon-happy episode features the original morons Tyler and Matt back in action and doubling up with reviews of Alien: Covenant and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Tyler and Matt catch up on things with other discussions including the NBA finals, technological advances and how this podcast will affect their future runs for political office. As always they wrap up with DYGAF and The Shinebox.
Matt is joined by special guests John and Willie for a review of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Other topics include surprise appearances by Matt and John's parents, DYGAF and The Shinebox. Spoiler discussion starts at 58:45.
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Tyler and Matt review the new movie The Circle starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks. Other topics include a new segment called Get Your Shinebox, why Amazon sucks, and Sissy gets scared by thunder. Also got lots of listener feedback and DYGAF.
John and Peter the Cheek Beater join Matt for a review of The Fate of the Furious. Tyler joins in later in the episode to give his thoughts on the Oscar-nominated Land of Mine as well as to weigh in on a little DYGAF. Other content includes gratuitous singing and music discussion, listener feedback and Peter shares a sharting story.
Tyler and Matt review the new movie Life with Jake Gyllenhaal and a squid along with a review of Raw, that French cannibal movie. I'm sure you've heard of it. Other discussions include baseball predictions, listener feedback and nostalgia. Spoiler discussion begins at 1:01:23.
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