It's episode 43, and Jim and Ted review Glass, the third of the Unbreakable and Split movies from M. Night Shyamalan.
They then move into the red band trailer, Bodied, a rap battle movie with Calum Worthy. Bodied gives Ted the green light to share a heartfelt story about "selling soap in the Valley."
Jim and Ted finish up with two teaser trailers. The first is the Disney remake of Aladdin and the scary Pet Semarary remake.
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In episode 42, Jim and Ted cover Vice, the story of Dick Cheney's influence during George W. Bush's presidency. The guys can't wait to see this movie. Next, they discuss The Upside with Bryan Cranston, Kevin Hart, and Nicole Kidman. They finish up their review of Clint Eastwood's, The Mule. Hopefully it's not too slow for Ted's liking.
Before ending the episode, Jim and Ted recap the Netflix series, Maniac.
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This week Jim and Ted tackle nostalgia pretty hard. They discuss Gen-One Transformers, Continue with the Mid90’s, and end at Dark Phoenix’s retro-fail of the X-Men costumes. There’s a bit of introspection on Jim and Ted’s respective teen years. They finished up with a discussion on the first four episodes of the latest Netflix show, Maniac.
This week Jim & Ted recap what they've been watching, but before they do they tap into this week's beer. After, they cover four different trailers. It's an action packed week. Enjoy!
This week Jim and Ted recap the Amazon series, Jack Ryan before covering three incredible movie trailers. Netflix and Amazon are at it again, and they end with Overlord. Yes, Operation Overlord, which was the codename for the Normandy invation on June 6, 1944. The trailer takes a bit of twist... oaky, a major turn.
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The Trailer Junkies, Jim and Ted, have a discussion about thier favorite Burt Reynlods movies before takling the trailers for this week.
At Ted's work he used to have a marketing showcase where coworkers would bring inventive pieces of marketing to share and discuss. Nike's "Dream Crazy" is yet another feather in the Nike marketing cap as they generate around $43 million in buzz for Nike (according to Bloomberg). Since Jim and Ted spent so much time talking about it see the pepsi ad on...
This week Jim and Ted are joined by Jim's father-in-law, Frank. They're also "in studio" at Ted's house (sorry for some echoes in the recording).
The Trailer Junkies discuss four trailers this week: In Like Flynn, Sorry for Your Loss, Slice, and Front Runner.
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First, a #TJPquickHIT Sometimes something will come out and won't fit in the run of our show but if we feel strongly about it we'll jump straight into it as the #TJPquickHIT. This week's quick hits are Eureka and Homecoming.
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...but first a #TJPquickHIT Sometimes something will come out and won't fit in the run of our show but if we feel strongly about it we'll jump straight into is as the #TJPquickHIT.]
This week Jim's #TJPquickHIT is The Kindergarten Teacher.
Now the goosebumps. When Ted sees trailers that have an emotional connection and can discuss race, wealth, friendship and identity with actors that can carry it he can't want to hear what Jimmy has to say about it. Green Book is that trailer. Then...
It feels good to be back! ...and we have new segments, new trailers and more. But first let's pop the tops on some brews. (This will be much easier when we record on Friday nights - this week's 6:30am record session wrecked our Sundays). Jimmy had a beer from his epic cross country road trip and Ted went with a local-ish beer that you'll have to listen to find out about since it's part of our twitter contest!
Then we get into two Emma Stone trailers. One for the Netflix series, Maniac...
Hey Junkies, this is the last in our replays for Summer 2018. Me and Ted had a great summer and relaxing hiatus. As a result, we have some new segments coming up and we'll continue to drop every Thursday. Thanks for sticking with us and we can't wait to bring you new episodes.
As Jimmy sends boomerangs from Boston we get to enjoy one our early favorites. The thought of a fart killing you for A Quiet Place is a universal theme. The Expanse is also still in the news as it goes from SYFY to Netflix. We'll be back soon.
Originally recorded on Groundhog Day this recut of our Comedic Darkness episode features trailers for Groundhog Day, Game Night, Unsane and Dear Dictator. Enjoy this episode while Jimmy trucks over to Chicago!
This week Jim & Ted cover a number of trailers giving you, dear listener, a lot to chew on while we are on hiatus. Yes, we will be traveling for the month of July and returning in August with new episodes and new segments. While we're gone you can get caught up on past episodes, subscribe, and we thank you for being loyal listeners. See you next season... or next Solo Cup... Second Cup? Speaking of awards come and check us out at the Podcast Awards and give us a nomination or a vote for...
This week Jim & Ted take on some doll love. No not that kind of love, but dolls as therapy for an artist recovering from an attack by five men. They also discuss Jerry Seinfeld's new to Netflix show, and finally, Creed II. They're both Rocky fans and discuss of some of their favorite Rocky moments. Jim also give tips on how to train for boxing, and he's not a boxer... go figure. Here's a hint: It's discipline folks. Enjoy it to the end for some Timmy and Mikey talk after the close.
This week Jim and Ted go extra terrestrial with three "out of this world" connected trailers. The theme is a stretch but so is getting to the moon on slide rulers, chalk, paper and pencil. They get through some of the great trailers that came out in the glut of Trailer-palooza 2018 (when 20 or so trailers releases in the first week of June).We had a fan suggestion with the older but releasing a couple of weeks ago, Mr. Rogers documentary. They also included the teaser for the Tim Burton /...
This week Jim and Ted host Bryce with his 8-year-old perspective. Ted gives you a bunch of Three Word Reviews to cover all the trailers that were released this week. We can't talk about them all, so Ted does what he can.
In Jennifer Garner's latest movie, Peppermint, we finally have a good use of the trailer to the trailer. The audio bite used from Jennifer Garner is not repeated in the body of the main trailer. It's additive without being repetitive. The other trailers this week are refreshing in their takes on genres that could use new takes.
The Sisters Brothers gives a comedic twist to a gritty western while preserving the verisimilitude of a Westworld real western.
We end with the The Happy Time...