Episode 11: On this episode we talk about the last MCU movie before the much anticipated Infinity War! This movie is something else not only was this a fun movie but it has a lot to say about us a society!
Episode 10: This reboot/sequel to the 1997 movie with Robin Williams we thought was going to be just a cheap and lazy cash grab but boy were we wrong. Not only is this movie fun but it’ll have you in stitches the whole time!
Episode 9: 2017 was a great year for movies! There were so many great movies that it was hard to get it down to just 10 for both Sofia and I. On this episode we go through our top 10 favorite movies of 2017 hope you enjoy them and if you haven’t seen any of these movie go see them you won’t be sorry!
Episode 8: Here’s our podcast review of Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi! This movie has pretty much split the entire fandom down the middle but we personally loved the movie. There were some problems but this movie took some bold steps to keep the franchise fresh.
Episode 7: On this episode we talk about Disney/Pixar’s newest movie Coco! This movie is one the best movies of the year in both our eyes. A beautifully made movie that shows us a different culture’s views on death and family. We hope you enjoy!
Episode 6: On this episode we talk about DC’s answer to Marvel Studios’ The Avengers and while not being as bad as Batman v Superman it does not reach the heights I’m sure Warner Bros. was hoping for.
Episode 5: It’s crazy to think that we got three MCU movies this year some may see it as over saturation of the genre but when they’re all this good I don’t think anyone cares. This is easily my favorite Thor movie and among the top of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. Take a listen to Sofia and I discuss and review Thor Ragnarok on this episode!
Episode 4 of the Popcorn Score Podcast! This episode Sofia and I are reviewing Dennis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049, the long awaited sequel to Ridley Scott’s original Blade Runner. Thanks for listening!
Episode 3: On this episode of Popcorn Score, we review Mother! from Darren Aronofsky starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem. I gotta warn you that this movie is not for everyone.
Episode 2: On our second episode of our podcast Popcorn Score we are looking at the new adaptation of Stephen King’s famous novel IT Directed by Andy Muschietti.