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Breakfast All Day movie reviews

May 31, 2021

Seth Rogen: Marvel MCU movies are comedies with Thor & Deadpool as stars

This week on Marvel Mondays, we’re up to a movie Christy had been excited to rewatch from the very beginning: “Thor: Ragnarok” (2017). It’s one of her absolute favorites because it’s goofy, weird and full of surprises. She and Nicolas talk about how the humor in Taika Waititi’s film comes from Thor not...

May 28, 2021

Cruella' Review: A Disney Villain Gets a Backstory. It's Spotty. - The New York Times

Listening to the Breakfast All Day Podcast is the height of fashion, darling — especially this week, when we disagree strongly on a couple of new movies. Alonso loved the Disney villain origin story “Cruella” and Christy was not a fan (although the clothes are amazing). Christy loved the documentary “Moby...

May 24, 2021

Spider-Man: Homecoming review: a celebration of smallness that makes the stakes personal - The Verge

This week on Marvel Mondays, we’re up to “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017), one of Nicolas’ absolute favorites and a movie he’d been looking forward to revisiting since the beginning of our series. He and Christy discuss the infectious joy of Tom Holland’s performance, the cool, meta casting of Michael...

May 21, 2021

Army of the Dead movie review (2021) | Roger Ebert

Movie theaters are opening and nature is healing — unless you’re a zombie — on Breakfast All Day. This week, Christy, Alonso and Matt review Zack Snyder’s “Army of the Dead,” one of the more enjoyable examples of the director’s muscular style. Also: the documentary “P!nk: All I Know So Far,” about the...

May 17, 2021

Details on Those GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, VOL.2 Post-Credits Scenes

Rocket and Drax and Groot — now in baby form — are back in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” (2017), the rare sequel that’s better than the original. At least Christy thinks so on this week’s episode of Marvel Mondays. Nicolas loves it, too, beginning with its exuberantly joyful opening title sequence...