The Breakdown of Our 300th Episode - 'Toy Story 4', 'Child's Play'. 'Murder Mystery' and 'See You Yesterday'
It is our 300th episode. We've been doing this since 2013 and have reviewed hundreds of movies. Today we will review four more. We got a huge one in the Pixar animated adventure and follow-up to a classic in Toy Story 4. We keep up the theme of talking toys with the more sinister Child's Play. Speaking of evil talking toys, we have the latest Adam Sandler movie in Murder Mystery. Finally, we look at a time travelling drama produced by Spike Lee with See You Yesterday. Then we celebrate our 300th episode by looking back at how we came up with this show, how it has evolved and share some of our favourite moments.
As always, we had a great time recording the show and we really hope you love it. If you do, then please spread the word to other movie fans. We really want to thank you for listening to us for 300 episodes and hope you stay with us for 300 more.
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Four Star Movie Rating:
Murder Mystery ** (CS) & **½ (SM)
Toy Story 4 **** (CS)
See You Yesterday ** (CS) & ***½ (SM)
Child's Play *** (CS)
The Summer Box Office Challenge Draft Picks:
1. The Lion King
2. Hobbs and Shaw
3. Detective Pikachu - $54 365 242
4. The Secret Life of Pets 2 $46 652 680
5. Men in Black International $30 035 838
6. Annabelle Comes Home
7. Angry Birds 2
8. Shaft $8 901 419
9. Dora and the Lost City of Gold
10. Long Shot - $9 740 064
Total: $149 695 243
1. Toy Story 4 $120 908 065
2. Spider-Man Far from Home
3. Godzilla: King of the Monsters $47 776 293
4. Aladdin $91 500 929
5. X-Men: Dark Phoenix $32 828 348
6. Rocketman $25 725 722
7. John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum: $56 818 067
8. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
9. Child's Play (replaced Artemis Fowl) $14 094 594
10. Ma $18 099 805
Total: $407 751 823