This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe finalize the first round of Action Madness, the possible new additions to Mortal Kombat X, the lows of the first season of Agents of SHIELD, the latest Age of Ultron trailer, pay respects to Leonard Nimoy and much more.
Ted is trying to gain his legal rights, with help from best buddy John (Mark Wahlberg) and lawyer Samantha L Jackson (Amanda Seyfried) in order to marry and have kids in the upcoming sequel Ted 2
As if dealing with a mysterious killer wasn’t bad enough, Air Marshall Bill Marks is confronted by one at 30,000 ft.
The Taken franchise closes out with the worst entry in the series, as Bryan Mills gets stuck in a needlessly complicated rip-off of The Fugitive after he’s accused of murdering his ex-wife.
Taken 3 became the first new movie to take the top spot at the box office this year, with the second best opening in January history, while none of the movies that expanded wide had a particularly spectacular weekend.
Liam Neeson reteams with the director of Unknown and Non-Stop for Run All Night, where Neeson plays a mob hitman who must go on the run with his son (Joel Kinnaman) when the boss’ son is killed and he’s out for revenge.
Taken 3 closes out the Liam Neeson action series while two potential Oscar contenders arrive in wide release this weekend.
Sean Penn is the latest Academy Award winner to try and usurp Liam Neeson in the action department as he plays a special ops assassin in next March’s The Gunman.
Liam Neeson returns as former CIA “preventer”, Bryan Mills, who is now on the run after being framed for the murder of his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen).
With Denzel firmly in bad ass mode, The Equalizer easily took the box office this past weekend with one of the highest ever September openings and a top 3 opening for Denzel and director Antoine Fuqua.