This week's episode of Inside the Bucket is online! Revel in the digital mastery!
On this bigger, bolder, smellier version of Inside the Bucket, Matt and Brandon gather to give you all this week's movie and television news and reviews from our website SANDWICHJOHNFILMS.COM. Already dripping with SJF ballsy grease, the boys endeavor to discuss several items of supposed importance.
This week, they reflect on Simon Kinberg's comments about Fantastic Four, ruminate on Director Gareth Edwards leaving Godzilla 2, and delve deeper into Bryan Singer's comments on bring Deadpool into the X-Men universe. Then it's on to this week's box office report, as Matt incredibly non-useful information about Civil War's drop off as compared to other recent tentpoles. We've included Box Office Mojo's link below if you want to see the list yourself. The boys also discuss movies and television shows hitting Blu-ray this week, of which is only one and it's not very good.
After a quick bladder break, it's on to Rants and Raves, where the boys bitch and gripe about all the things they've been watching a reading about this week. See our show notes to see what's bothering Brandon and Matt this week.
In lieu of a review, the show ends with the 2016 Summer Movie Preview. The list is too long, but the boys' impressions of each major release are definitely worth listening.
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