Meteorologist Will Rutledge gets drawn into helping Treasury agent Casey Corbyn when a group of thieves try to rob a branch of the Federal Reserve during a massive hurricane and kidnap Will’s brother, Breeze.
Four new movies arrive in theaters this weekend but none of them, even the much hyped A Wrinkle in Time, are fresh according to critics.
A group of thieves attempt to rob a US Mint facility of it’s millions in old bills during a massive hurricane in the latest from xXx and The Fast and The Furious director Rob Cohen, The Hurricane Heist.
Zach, Chris and Chris Ali head back to the beginnings of the Fast & Furious “family” with 2001’s The Fast and The Furious, where undercover cop Brian O’Connor tries to infiltrate the world of illegal LA street racing and find out which crew is hijacking semi-trucks to steal their valuable cargo of VHS/DVD players.
As the “family” is torn apart in The Fate of the Furious, we’re going back to when it first formed in 2001’s franchise starter, The Fast and the Furious.
Setting the tone for the xXx universe, Rammstein performed their song Feuer Frei in the opening sequence of the 2002 xXx and director Rob Cohen directed the band’s official music video as well.
With access to every song ever uploaded to the internet, rogue AI stealth plane EDI inexplicably prefers early to mid 2000’s nu-metal like Incubus, who had four songs on the Stealth movie soundtrack.
One of three elite pilots of the FA/37 Talon fighter, Ben Gannon has to track down rogue AI plane EDI before finding out who the real villains are in 2005’s Stealth.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about comic book reboots, time travel in Legends of Tomorrow, The Scorpion King, 80’s nostalgia, weird old people in The Visit, the motives of The Collector and much more.
A big rumor about the plot of Thor: Ragnorak, a ton of release date shuffling, a bunch of Netflix announcements and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.