This week we talk about the latest 2 episodes of Ted Lasso as well as the latest 2 episodes of What We Do in the Shadows. Then A.Ron talks about The Sopranos S6 and his sprint to finish the series before The Many Saints of Newark’s premiere. Finally, we finish up with topics from our Patrons, including See, Malignant, White Lotus, and more.
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This week we’re talking about the new Apple TV+ series based on the novel and movie, “The Mosquito Coast”, HBO’s new “Mare of Easttown” series starring Kate Winslet, the conclusion of Marvel / Disney+’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” as well as A.Ron’s rewatch of The Sopranos S4.
We’re back to talk about episodes 3 & 4 of WandaVision and then A.Ron speaks his mind about The Sopranos S3 starring Joey Pants.
A.Ron and I come together in our free time this week to talk about a few things that we’ve been thinking about in the form of the opportunistic documentary “24 Hours: Assault on the Capitol”, the new Marvel show “Wandavision”, the continuing rewatch of The Sopranos, and Doom Patrol.
There’s so much to talk about in today’s episode! Over the holidays we both dodged a pre-order bullet by waiting on Cyberpunk 2077 so we decided to talk about the pre-order mentality. Then we move on to TV and talk about more of The Good Lord Bird, Jim’s experience re-watching ALL of Seinfeld – especially the disappointing way the finale was aired, A.Ron’s thoughts on season 1 of The Sopranos and Ted Lasso, then finish up with our teleparty of Free Fire.
The Many Saints of Newark exists as several movies in one, trying to be something more than just a Sopranos prequel, and ultimately doesn’t excel at anything except casting. If you’re a die-hard fan of The Sopranos, you’ll definitely want to check it out, as it sheds new light on the events and relationships of the series. If you’re a fan of gangster movies, you might want to check it out after you’ve watched all of the many other, much better gangster movies. If you’re neither, why are you even here?
Lunchtime! Jim talks about injuring his leg during the move, A.Ron talks about cold camping then defends his decision to travel the COVID skies. Then we answer some listener questions, including a discussion of The Sopranos final moments and where it stacks up against the other greats such as Breaking Bad, The Leftovers, and more.
Looking for Jim’s take? This was a great episode. Jim’s raving about it, which is okay, although I’m not like that about it. I think what I admired most was the pacing. Lots of good acting work and letting the audience draw conclusions, with a nice action payoff. The opening shot was reminicent of the…
The guys and girls from Breaking Bad have been on the publicity warpath lately, doing everything from interviews to promotional appearances. We here at Bald Move obviously have are obviously softies for podcasting so I’ve compiled a list of recent podcasts where you can hear interviews with the cast members. InsideTV Podcast Interview with Aaron…