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We’re hammering our way through this Marvel Mondays thing on Breakfast All Day. This week, Nicolas and I discuss the original “Thor” (2011), one of the movies that inspired this podcast series in the first place. Nic realized he’d never seen it, and I recall seeing it but not liking it very much. Kenneth Branagh’s take on the God of Thunder sparked…
 
We’re hammering our way through this Marvel Mondays thing on Breakfast All Day. This week, Nicolas and I discuss the original “Thor” (2011), one of the movies that inspired this podcast series in the first place. Nic realized he’d never seen it, and I recall seeing it but not liking it very much. Kenneth Branagh’s take on the God of Thunder sparked…
 
It’s Billie Week on Breakfast All Day, as we review two new movies that focus on singular singers who happen to share that name. Matt, Alonso and I discuss the Apple TV+ documentary “Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry,” which takes an intimate look at the teen pop phenom. Next up is “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” in which Andra Day…
 
It’s Billie Week on Breakfast All Day, as we review two new movies that focus on singular singers who happen to share that name. Matt, Alonso and I discuss the Apple TV+ documentary “Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry,” which takes an intimate look at the teen pop phenom. Next up is “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” in which Andra Day…
 
We’re hammering our way through this Marvel Mondays thing on Breakfast All Day. This week, Christy and Nicolas discuss the original “Thor” (2011), one of the movies that inspired this podcast series in the first place. Nic realized he’d never seen it, and Christy recalls seeing it but not liking it very much. Kenneth Branagh’s take on the God of Th…
 
It’s Billie Week on Breakfast All Day, as we review two new movies that focus on singular singers who happen to share that name. Christy, Matt and Alonso discuss the Apple TV+ documentary “Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry,” which takes an intimate look at the teen pop phenom. Next up is “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” in which And…
 
We’re checking the arc reactor and climbing inside the suit again for the latest Marvel Mondays episode of Breakfast All Day. This week, Nicolas and I watch “Iron Man 2” (2010), the sequel to the hugely successful film that launched the whole MCU. I liked it slightly better this time, mainly because it was so fun watching alongside my kid, but noth…
 
We’re checking the arc reactor and climbing inside the suit again for the latest Marvel Mondays episode of Breakfast All Day. This week, Nicolas and I watch “Iron Man 2” (2010), the sequel to the hugely successful film that launched the whole MCU. I liked it slightly better this time, mainly because it was so fun watching alongside my kid, but noth…
 
We’re checking the arc reactor and climbing inside the suit again for the latest Marvel Mondays episode of Breakfast All Day. This week, Christy and Nicolas watch “Iron Man 2” (2010), the sequel to the hugely successful film that launched the whole MCU. Christy liked it slightly better this time, mainly because it was so fun watching alongside her …
 
We’re wrapping ourselves in our finest fur-trimmed coats to protect against the cold on this week’s Breakfast All Day. Matt, Alonso and I review the gleefully mean comedy “I Care a Lot,” the drama “Supernova” with its dream pairing of Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth as longtime partners, and the star-studded, low-key farce “French Exit.“ There’s an i…
 
We’re wrapping ourselves in our finest fur-trimmed coats to protect against the cold on this week’s Breakfast All Day. Matt, Alonso and I review the gleefully mean comedy “I Care a Lot,” the drama “Supernova” with its dream pairing of Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth as longtime partners, and the star-studded, low-key farce “French Exit.“ There’s an i…
 
We’re wrapping ourselves in our finest fur-trimmed coats to protect against the cold on this week’s Breakfast All Day. Christy, Matt and Alonso review the gleefully mean comedy “I Care a Lot,” the drama “Supernova” with its dream pairing of Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth as longtime partners, and the star-studded, low-key farce “French Exit." There’…
 
We’re back with our second episode of Marvel Mondays! Following last week’s debut discussion of “Iron Man,” Nicolas and I chat about the next film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the extremely forgettable “The Incredible Hulk” (2008). As in, not only did I forget it exists, I also forgot that I’d seen it and reviewed it. Still, Nic and I had a go…
 
We’re back with our second episode of Marvel Mondays! Following last week’s debut discussion of “Iron Man,” Nicolas and I chat about the next film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the extremely forgettable “The Incredible Hulk” (2008). As in, not only did I forget it exists, I also forgot that I’d seen it and reviewed it. Still, Nic and I had a go…
 
Pack your daytime AND evening culottes for your getaway with Breakfast All Day. Matt, Alonso and I review the giddy, absurdist romp that is “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar,” as well as the infuriating documentary “Framing Britney Spears.” One of the best films of 2020, “Minari,” is finally coming out, as well as the electrifying “Judas and the B…
 
Pack your daytime AND evening culottes for your getaway with Breakfast All Day. Matt, Alonso and I review the giddy, absurdist romp that is “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar,” as well as the infuriating documentary “Framing Britney Spears.” One of the best films of 2020, “Minari,” is finally coming out, as well as the electrifying “Judas and the B…
 
We’re back with our second episode of Marvel Mondays! Following last week’s debut discussion of "Iron Man," Christy and her son, Nicolas, chat about the next film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the extremely forgettable “The Incredible Hulk” (2008). As in, not only did Christy forget it exists, she also forgot that she'd seen it and reviewed it.…
 
Pack your daytime AND evening culottes for your getaway with Breakfast All Day. Christy, Matt and Alonso review the giddy, absurdist romp that is “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar,” as well as the infuriating documentary “Framing Britney Spears.” One of the best films of 2020, “Minari,” is finally coming out, as well as the electrifying “Judas and…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Marvel Mondays! It’s a Breakfast All Day podcast series Christy is doing with her 11-year-old son, Nicolas, in which they’re watching all the Marvel movies in order and then having a little conversation afterward. (And in case you’re curious, they’re doing them in order of theatrical release, not chronological order,…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Marvel Mondays! It’s a Breakfast All Day podcast series I’m doing with my 11-year-old son, Nicolas, in which we’re watching all the Marvel movies in order and then having a little conversation afterward. (And in case you’re curious, we’re doing them in order of theatrical release, not chronological order, which would…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Marvel Mondays! It’s a Breakfast All Day podcast series I’m doing with my 11-year-old son, Nicolas, in which we’re watching all the Marvel movies in order and then having a little conversation afterward. (And in case you’re curious, we’re doing them in order of theatrical release, not chronological order, which would…
 
We light up the sky like a flame this week on Breakfast All Day. All the movies Christy, Matt and Alonso review have to do with fame, memory and leaving your mark on the world. We begin with “Malcolm & Marie,” featuring strong performances and gorgeous cinematography but an exhausting, repetitive script; “Bliss,” which toys with the nature of simul…
 
We light up the sky like a flame this week on Breakfast All Day. All the movies Matt, Alonso and I review have to do with fame, memory and leaving your mark on the world. We begin with “Malcolm & Marie,” featuring strong performances and gorgeous cinematography but an exhausting, repetitive script; “Bliss,” which toys with the nature of simulated r…
 
It’s gloomy and rainy in Southern California, but we’re here to offer some sunshine on Breakfast All Day. Christy, Alonso and Matt review “The Little Things,” which feels like a “CSI” episode full of Oscar winners, and the deeply disturbing “Saint Maud,” the first truly great movie of 2021. In news, we talk about the Super Bowl matchup between Matt…
 
It’s been an exciting week! And we’re here to discuss all of it — and maybe even review some movies — on Breakfast All Day. In news, Christy, Alonso and Matt talk about the end of the Trump presidency and the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, complete with the celebrity splendor and Bernie Sanders memes that brought some fun to this year…
 
It’s been an exciting week! And we’re here to discuss all of it — and maybe even review some movies — on Breakfast All Day. In news, Alonso, Matt and I talk about the end of the Trump presidency and the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, complete with the celebrity splendor and Bernie Sanders memes that brought some fun to this year’s unu…
 
It’s a very special Monday edition of Breakfast All Day. Christy, Matt and Alonso wanted to play a little catch-up with some news, theater marquees and movies we didn’t get to over the holidays, so here we are. We have reviews of the extremely entertaining documentary “The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” as well as the deeply insightful…
 
In a week full of flux and turmoil, it’s nice to have some good movies to talk about on Breakfast All Day. Christy, Matt and Alonso review the covid heist comedy “Locked Down,” starring Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor; the swoony romantic throwback “Sylvie’s Love,” with Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha; and the fascinating documentary “MLK/FBI…
 
It’s a brand new year with the same old insanity, but we’re here to help you sort through it on Breakfast All Day. Matt, Alonso and Christy didn’t feel right reviewing movies this week, given the violence in Washington D.C. and turmoil nationwide. Instead, we have a lengthy news segment about the rioting Trump incited as well as the ensuing fallout…
 
Everything you could possibly want is wrapped up and waiting for you under the tree at Breakfast All Day. Christy, Matt and Alonso review all the big Christmas releases a few days early: the sequel “Wonder Woman 1984,” Pixar’s “Soul,” the excellent “Promising Young Woman,” Regina King’s directing debut “One Night in Miami” and the Tom Hanks Western…
 
We’ve all finally seen “Tenet,” and we can’t make sense of it coming or going on this week’s Breakfast All Day. Christy, Alonso and Birthday Boy Matt had more fun talking about Christopher Nolan’s time-travel thriller than we did watching it. We also review “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” featuring Chadwick Boseman’s powerful, final performance; George…
 
It’s Meryl Streep Week here at Breakfast All Day as Alonso, Matt and Christy review the splashy musical “The Prom” and Steven Soderbergh’s latest inspired experiment, “Let Them All Talk.” One of these movies is definitely better than the other! We also discuss the super-duper Irish rom-com “Wild Mountain Thyme,” the latest Steve McQueen “Small Axe”…
 
The holidays are approaching and we’ve got plenty of cheer for you — and news, and reviews — on this week’s Breakfast All Day. Christy, Alonso and Matt discuss several new releases: the excellent “Nomadland”; “Love, Weddings & Other Disasters” (which convinced us we definitely need to do a worst-of 2020 list); “Ammonite”; the latest in Steve McQuee…
 
We’re stuffed full of Thanksgiving dinner and holiday movies on the latest Breakfast All Day. Matt, Alonso and Christy have a full plate of reviews for you: “Hillbilly Elegy,” “Happiest Season,” “Superintelligence,” “Zappa” and the second film in Steve McQueen’s “Small Axe” anthology, “Lovers Rock.” In news, we talk about new Covid restrictions, Tr…
 
It’s never too early to talk about Christmas movies when the world’s foremost expert on the subject, Alonso Duralde, is your podcast co-host. So here we are with a review of “The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special,” even before we’ve carved our Thanksgiving turkey, on Breakfast All Day. Christy, Matt and Alonso also review the excellent “Sound of Metal…
 
The whole gang got back together — all too briefly — to talk about “Mank” on this week’s episode of Breakfast All Day. We couldn’t possibly have a discussion of this film without our old friend and co-host Ben Mankiewicz, grandson of “Citizen Kane” screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz, who’s the subject of David Fincher’s lush homage to classic Hollywood…
 
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