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May 19 2016

Episode 114: Multicolored Ramen Movie Night

Captain America: Civil WarDear listeners, this week we are joined by David Tyler McKay for an episode full of nerdlove for Captain America: Civil War! We start off with a few minutes of spoiler-free territory, then plunge straight into the Spoiler Zone, so you’ll probably want to see the movie before listening to the episode.

If you would like to drink along, we recommend either Bushmills Irish Whiskey (Melissa’s pick), New Amsterdam Vodka (David’s pick), or Grupo Olarra ‘Acantus’ Cabernet Sauvignon/Tempranillo (Windy’s pick) (it’s red).

Show notes behind the cut!

Movies mentioned:
Captain America: Civil War
Ant-Man
Thor: The Dark World
Avengers: Age of Ultron
The Avengers
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Guardians of the Galaxy
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Doctor Strange
Iron Man 3
Keanu

People mentioned:
Paul Rudd
Tom Holland
Daniel Bruhl
Sebastian Stan
Paul Bettany
Chadwick Boseman
William Hurt

Links:

“Office Homophobe” by Key & Peele:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3h6es6zh1c

2 comments

  1. GreyDuck

    Civil War was as good a movie with the mandated You Will Cram These Characters In as we were going to get, I think. It’s super busy, and I think we could’ve gotten an Avengers and a Cap movie out of this but well, it is what it is. Winter Soldier is a better movie, but if you’re going to make a post-Ultron “statement” film, here you go.

    I’m amazed nobody brought up that the Sharon Carter / Steve Rogers kiss was the most pointless and lifeless bit of the whole movie, except for the Two Dorks Giving The Nod From The Beetle part…

    1. Melissa

      The kiss definitely bugged me, but we definitely had more than enough to talk about.

      That said, if I were friends with a person who’d not gotten any action since World War II and I saw them snogging someone, I’d give an approving nod, too.

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