The Breakdown of 'Lightyear', 'Spiderhead' and 'Fire Island'

The latest episode blasts off to Infinity and Beyond with three big movie reviews. We review the latest big Pixar animated adventure in the Toy Story spin-off in Lightyear. We also have a star-studded sci-fi thriller with Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller starring in the Joseph Kosinski directed Spiderhead. We cap off the reviews with the romantic comedy based on a Jane Austen classic in Fire Island (based on Pride and Prejudice). Then we look at the recent events involving Rebel Wilson and discuss the state of gossip journalism and the industry as a whole.

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Question of the Week: What historical figure has the most cinematic life?

Star Ratings:

Lightyear **** (CS)
Spiderhead **½ (SM) & ** (CS)
Fire Island *** (CS) & ***½ (SM)

Summer Box Office Challenge Draft Picks:


1. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $187 420 998
2. Lightyear $50 577 961
3. Nope
4. Top Gun: Maverick $126 707 459
5. Bullet Train
6. Paws of Fury: Legend of Hank
7. Firestarter $3 827 715 
8. Downton Abbey: A New Era $16 000 495
9. Watcher $826 775
10. Samaritan
Total: $375 361 403


1. Thor: Love and Thunder
2. Jurassic World: Dominion $145 075 625
3. Minions: The Rise of Gru
4. Elvis
5. DC League of Super Pets
6. The Black Phone
7. Where the Crawdads Sing
8. Bob's Burger $12 416 819
9. Beast
10. Easter Sunday
Total: $157 492 444