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Popcorn for Breakfast brings you the latest in Film and TV. Each week, Co-Hosts Cam and Kirk react to the latest TV and Movie News, review the biggest films, deep dive into popular television series, and more!
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Let’s face it: we’ve all fantasized about riding down the highway at sunset, surrounded by our own motorcycle gang members in our matching leather jackets. We’ve also all fantasized about being Austin Butler for a day. In ‘The Bikeriders’, Writer and Director Jeff Nichols (‘Mud’, ‘Midnight Special’, ‘Take Shelter’) gives us the opportunity to reliv…
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If you like movies you have definitely heard or maybe asked yourself the question: is the film industry dying? The box office is down double digits year-to-date compared to 2023 and more and more big budget movies are debuting in theaters with lackluster earnings. So, is this really it? Are movie theaters and the movie industry as we know it about …
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Join us for our Spoiler-Free Bad Boys: Ride or Die Review! Nearly 30 years ago, Bad Boys was born. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return in their lauded roles, armed with their badges, weapons, and certifiably perfect chemistry. Can that once-in-a-lifetime chemistry spark another beloved action sequel just as strong as the first and second installm…
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CAUTION: SPOILERS AHEAD! George Miller released the first Mad Max in 1979. 45 years later, the saga continues, as the writer/director continues to expand this very strange, yet, very exhilarating world. In Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga, we meet the strong-headed leader in her youth, and follow alongside through her obstacles, losses, and battles until sh…
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APES TOGETHER STRONG Rise. Dawn. War. Kingdom. Since 2011, the new Planet of the Apes franchise installments have transformed the digital art landscape in movies. Sprawling across major metropolitan cities with epic-level stakes and storytelling, the original trilogy (Directed by Rupert Wyatt and Matt Reeves respectively) solidified itself as a vis…
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Gosling! Blunt! …STUNTS! The Fall Guy hits theaters May 3rd, jumpstarting the summer blockbuster season. Based on the 1980s TV series, Ryan Gosling is EXPLOSIVE on the elaborate action sets (or is it HIS stunt double?), acting as a stunt double by day, and moonlighting as an investigator by night. Is he qualified? You be the judge. Emily Blunt comm…
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WRITER. PRODUCER. DIRECTOR. ACTOR. Dev Patel has been in the film industry for over 2 decades, and, somehow, is not a household name. Could Monkey Man be the movie that finally shifts his notoriety as an artist? Join Cam, Kirk, and special correspondent movie expert guest, Stefano, as they discuss their SPOILER FREE review of Dev Patel’s directoria…
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The fifth installment (yes, fifth, you read that right) of Warner Bros. Monsterverse has arrived as Godzilla and Kong once again find themselves at the center of a multi-monster conflict. In this Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire review we discuss our favorite and least favorite parts of the movie, best performances, and where Godzilla x Kong ranks c…
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Bustin’ makes me feel good! What a lyric! What a movie franchise! 40 years ago, the world was gifted the original “Ghostbusters”. This weekend, experience the sequel to the requel, but not including the hiccup to the series in 2016 (the franchise has had a lot of trial and error, ok?), Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire. Our Spoiler-free Ghostbusters Froz…
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Another day, another dog movie. Arthur the King is the latest Hollywood biopic, but this time it’s about an actual ordinary person doing extraordinary things (ya know…instead of a once in a lifetime scientific genius who created the A-bomb). More importantly, this based on a true story, feel-good-flick is about an extraordinary SOCIAL connection en…
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It’s the biggest day of the year. Christmas? NO. Your mother’s birthday? Think again…that’s right - THE OSCARS!!! The 96th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony is THIS Sunday, March 10th. Join Cam, Kirk, and Stefano before the best day of the year for their Academy Awards predictions including who “Should Win” and who “Will Win” each major category. Is t…
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Some movie franchises immediately summon greatness when you hear them; like Star Wars, Aliens, The Terminator, and now…Dune (let’s forget about the hiccup in 1984). Dune: Part 2 is Academy Award Nominee Denis Villeneuve’s 2nd installment of the literary series adapted to the silver screen. With a returning cast that includes Timothée Chalamet, Zend…
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It seems only appropriate that the most unserious of our podcast EVER is birthed during our Madame Web Review. Due to circumstances out of our control (Cam’s kid getting a stomach bug), we had to delay our review of this film. And, as fate would have it, Madame Web turned into a veritable meme factory since we saw it. So, since we share the belief …
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Having NO CLUE that drive-away services actually exist, Cam & Kirk were thoroughly educated on this lucrative industry in the brand-new film, Drive-Away Dolls! (NOTE: Look up drive-away positions on Indeed later. Note, note, remove this before publishing the podcast episode) With one half of the famous Coen Brothers - Ethan Coen - in the director’s…
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It’s time for another exciting edition of What’s Poppin’ or you may even call it a “fantastic” edition of What’s Poppin’, Because this week is all about Marvel as we dig into the Fantastic Four Cast that was recently announced, the Deadpool and Wolverine trailer, and the X-Men ’97 trailer. Does this new era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that kic…
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The subject of this week’s spoiler-free review has a star-studded cast, a fan-favorite director, and a screenplay that may or may not be adapted from a novel written by Taylor Swift (yes, you read that right). It’s as close to a surefire hit as you can get in Hollywood… or is it? This week, we are reviewing Argylle, directed by Matthew Vaughn (King…
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Have you ever written a book out of spite that turned out to be the best-selling book in the world? But the problem was that you had to compromise your morals and core beliefs to continue promoting this book, which you wrote as a satirical narrative on racism and wokeness as a whole? I knew you could relate. American Fiction, nominated for Best Pic…
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We know what you’re thinking. With awards season in full swing, we keep talking about movies from last year. But what about the movies releasing this year? What are the movies releasing in 2024? Well, we are glad you asked. On this edition of Popcorn for Breakfast, we have assembled a panel of movie experts to discuss the most anticipated movies of…
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The 2024 Oscar Nominations are here and, as usual, people are reacting very calmly…. NOT. C’mon, you know how this goes. There’s outrage galore and we are here to talk about ALL OF IT. What films, directors, and performances did the Academy Awards ignore? Which ones did they correctly select? We’ll discuss it all in our 96th Academy Award Nominatio…
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Still traumatized by your high school bullies? What if you could relive it through a cathartic musical movie based on a stage musical based on one of the most iconic films of all time? No, NOT High School Musical. We're talking about MEAN GIRLS (2024) Join Cam & Kirk (and their musical stylings) while they simultaneously compare these three retelli…
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The Golden Globes have come and gone, the SAG Awards nominees have been released, and the Oscars loom in the distance, which means we are in the thick of awards season. And whether or not you chose to be subjected to the awfulness that is the Golden Globe Awards, we are here to give our reactions and thoughts on what it could mean for the award sho…
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If a movie podcast doesn’t list their Top 10 Best Movies of the Year, are they really even a movie podcast? We’ve got THREE perspectives on the Top 10 Best Movies of 2023. Are you more of a Cam? A Kirk? Or a Stefano, perhaps? Spoiler Free recaps of the movies that gave us the most thrills, laughs, & joy for an entire year. What’s in YOUR Top 10? Sh…
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This weekend’s box office and streaming slate featured a number of intriguing options for reviews but none that distinguished themselves as the clear frontrunner among the crowd. Our solution? A Double Review! In this episode, we took on a spoiler-free The Boy and the Heron review and a spoiler-free Leave the World Behind review to cover as many ba…
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We’ve made it to the great MCU pause. Sure, it’s a bit dramatic to even call a less than one year gap between films a pause. But the reality is that there has been A LOT of Marvel Cinematic Universe content since the Infinity Saga, so a pause like the one between The Marvels and Deadpool 3 is significant. Needless to say, the fan and critical react…
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When you wish upon a star, what do you wish for? Do you wish for a new Disney animated classic you can one day share with your children and your children’s children? Could Disney’s Wish be the film you’ve always… wait for it… wished for? That’s what we are here to discuss! In our spoiler-free Wish review, we’ll discuss the latest entry into the pan…
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Songbirds, Snakes, and Stefano! For one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Cam & Kirk invited a guest! Join our trio for a SPOILER FREE dissection of the beloved Hunger Games Franchise new prequel, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes. In our spoiler-free The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes review, we’ll disc…
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“Higher, Further, Faster, Baby!” Captain Marvel is back on the big screen and this time she has a few friends with her on a journey of intergalactic discovery. This sequel, as sequels so often do in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, takes the form of a super team-up rather than another solo adventure for the main character. Fresh off standout performa…
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We. Are. Back. And by that, I mean that the Hollywood strikes have ended as SAG-AFTRA has agreed to a tentative agreement with the AMPTP, effectively meaning Hollywood is back in business. I am definitely referencing the strike ending only and not the fact that we took an unannounced 2-month hiatus because that no longer matters! We are here now to…
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No news is good news…usually. As the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes continue, what does that actually mean for us as everyday citizens? Will my Netflix Watchlist soon be filled with more shows like “Is It Cake”? Or can I finally expect a quality list of options at the movie theater? AND how can I determine “quality” now that the Rotten Tomatoes exposé r…
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He’s Blue. He’s Beetle-ey. He’s Blue Beetle(ey). Are you thinking about seeing Blue Beetle, but you need an expert opinion on if it slaps or not? You’ve come to the right place. We won’t spoil anything for you, but we WILL give you the high and low points of the film (plus our rating) to help you make your box office decision. DC debuts its first L…
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No movie promotions can only lead to one thing: CONTROVERSY. Consequential of the WGA & SAG-AFTRA strike, slow movie news recently birthed some heated online debates. The biggest headlines included: -Rachel Zegler vs. Snow White -Bradley Cooper vs. Nose -The Nun vs. Warner Bros. We’ll help you navigate these conflicts, big and small. After all, tha…
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Anyone can be a hero. But not everyone can be a mutant turtle with special martial arts skills learned from a mutant rat and save the world from an evil mutant house fly. Seriously - we checked. From the creative people who brought us films like The Mitchells vs. the Machines, Superbad, and Gravity Falls comes a true reboot of the Teenage Mutant Ni…
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Welcome, foolish mortals to another Double Movie Review Episode! Kindly step all the way in and make room in your ears for Cam & Kirk as they review Disney’s newest installment of “Haunted Mansion” and Netflix’s dark comedic satire “They Cloned Tyrone”. Our spoiler-free tour begins with the hosts recounting their movie experience followed by a pres…
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After the excitement of the Loki Season 2 Trailer and the much-maligned Secret Invasion finale, it can be hard to know how to feel about the MCU these days. Can the Marvel cinematic universe reclaim its former glory? Or is the MCU as we know it dead? In this episode, we discuss that question and react to the latest news around the film and televisi…
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Mega Movie weekends call for Mega Episodes. Welcome to your one-stop DOUBLE MOVIE REVIEW of Barbie & Oppenheimer. As much fun as it was to see these in the same weekend, it was even MORE exhilarating to review them back-to-back! Listen along as we nominate the best actors, drool over cinematography, nitpick the director, and score both of these fil…
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“Yeah, I’m thinking I’m back!” Popcorn for Breakfast returns bigger and better than before! In preparation for the global pheno-meme-non of the century - Barbenheimer - Cam & Kirk upgraded their gear, and are BACK IN STUDIO TOGETHER! Buckle up for an electric convo with your favorite movie nerds discussing Barbenheimer (of course), the WGA/SAG Stri…
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The most hyped film of 2023 is here! And, in years past, we would usually qualify that statement by saying, “one of…” or “what is probably the…” before “most hyped,” but not this time. Why is that you ask? Well, the subject of this week’s review is a little film called The Flash. Ever heard of it? Of course, you have! Because the studio (Warner Bro…
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At some point in your life, you’ve undoubtedly heard someone say, “I’ve got some good news and I’ve got some bad news.” Well, today, you beautiful PFB listeners, we’ve got some news that’s neither good nor bad. Some of this news will make you cringe, some of it will make you laugh, and some of it will make you cringe so hard that you laugh. It’s a …
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After the longest 5 years in modern history, we finally got to return to the Spider-Verse. That’s right, the subject of this week’s review is the number 1 movie in the world and the top rated film on Letterboxd, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. This film does everything bigger: the cast, the stakes, the animation, all of it. And in our spoiler-…
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Since we last spoke: HBO Max became Max, The Cannes Film Festival came and went, and seemingly every major show had a series finale. In this week’s episode, we attempt to catch up on most of the movie news headlines that ran across the ticker over the last couple of weeks including: 2 New Spider-Man movies that are now in the works at Sony, Martin …
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He’s the greatest basketball player that’s ever lived. His legacy is engraved in billions of shoes with the famous Nike swoosh. Fresh from Ben Affleck and Matt Damon’s Newly Formed Production Company, Artists Equity, comes the larger than life tale of how Michael Jordan became synonymous with a shoe. Starring Matt Damon, Viola Davis, Ben Affleck, C…
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Hollywood is at war! It’s the Writers vs. the Studios as the WGA Writers’ Strike rages on and no one knows when it will end. Now that we are a few weeks into the strike and the sticking points have become clear, we decided to spend time discussing those demands from both sides and what it might mean for the duration of the strike. In addition to th…
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The end of an era. For better or worse, that’s exactly what Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 represents. James Gunn is, of course, exiting the MCU for an even cushier gig at the newly-renamed DC Studios. So, what does this mean for the Guardians? Who would remain from the Guardians after this film? Given that this is a spoiler-free Guardians of the G…
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The biggest AppleTV+ original movie premiere ever belongs to the subject of this week’s review, Ghosted. Ghosted stars Ana de Armas and Chris Evans as a one-time fling turns into an international espionage plot. In our spoiler-free Ghosted review, we discuss the balance between RomCom and Spy Action elements, the performances from our Ultra A-List …
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CinemaCon 2023 is here! And while this convention doesn’t carry all the glitz and glamour of fan-oriented cons, it provides something altogether more interesting: a look at how major studios sell to cinema owners across the country. In the past few years, this has taken the form of lavish promises of respecting the theatrical window, waiting to put…
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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…. We used to get Star Wars movies. Now we just get shows and everyone has been waiting for Lucasfilm to end its box office hiatus and return to the movies. The wait is over! At Star Wars celebration, 3 new Star Wars films were announced as well as their directors, and we are here to break it all down. In t…
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LETS-A-GO! After 30 years, The Super Mario Bros. have returned to the silver screen and this time in animated form! Nintendo has teamed up with Illumination to put their best foot forward in terms of delivering the most accurate representation of Mario possible. But did they succeed? We all know there was a ton of chatter about the voices, the look…
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It’s a great time to be a nerd! Thanks to Stranger Things, Dungeons & Dragons is now cool and when things become cool, you know what happens: studio executives start salivating. Which raises this question about the newly-released Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves film: is it a blind money grab with a hodgepodge cast headlined by A-list stud…
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Sequels, Prequels, Remakes, Reboots, Adaptations, Reimaginings, and Trailers. SO MANY TRAILERS. We have no idea what happened at the end of March and early April, but for some reason, the major studios decided to take turns throwing haymakers at each other in the form of massive movie and TV news stories. We’ve got brand new trailers to react to fr…
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Very few action franchises have achieved the kind of consistent excellence that the John Wick Franchise has over the first 3 films. But, with each sequel, there is always the chance of a dud. Stakes get higher, budgets get bigger, plots get more complicated, and everything becomes harder to balance. Which brings us here, to our John Wick Chapter 4 …
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