Jenn, Dorin, and Kendyl are ready to pledge loyalty eternal to Agent M while discussing the recent reboot, Men in Black: International (2019).
This episode was stolen from the time stream and Cap just returned it. Ridiculous. We weren’t supposed to notice it was even missing, but what can you do.
Anyway, this episode contains our discussion of Avengers: Endgame (2019), the character arcs and endings, and the fan service.
The Adaptation hosts discuss Avengers: Infinity War (2018), how it all came together, what Thanos was thinking, and how everyone died.
Jenn, Ryan, and Kendyl are super down with the third 80s space movie in the MCU. Along with Thor: Ragnarok (2017) the hosts talk about the original myth, the comic storyline, and Thor’s glorious transformation from his first film to the new ruler of Asgard.
In this surprise episode, Kendyl confesses and Dorin consoles as the two reveal how they felt about the 1984 and 2016 Ghostbusters films.
Question of the Week: Did the media and internet opinions affect how you felt about the Ghostbusters remake? Do you think you liked it more or less because of it’s poor reception?
The huntsman takes a back seat in this discussion as Jenn and Kendyl cannot get enough of the fierce fairytale queens in The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2016).
Question of the Week: If the last shot of the movie is indeed setting up a sequel, what fairytale would you like to see incorporated in this world next?
Jenn and Kendyl discover what the real meaning of “based on the true story” according to Hollywood and despair at the twisting of the story that In the Heart of the Sea (2015) is based on. An enjoyable film? Sure. A generally true story? Not really.
Despite the internet uproar, our hosts liked Age of Ultron overall. They wished some things had been set up better, but they discuss the character layers in depth and get excited about the future in this episode.
For a similar discussions, check out our episodes on Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and Big Hero 6.
In this episode on Thor: The Dark World, the hosts discuss the brotherly relationship development, the lack of development in the film’s villain and what is in store for the next Marvel installment. But we are still left wondering exactly why Loki let Thor keep his hammer…