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X-Men: Days of Future Past, Mad Men, The Americans, Weekend Picks

We review the new X-Men movie! How well does the whole time travel thing work? What about the new cast? That leads into a discussion of the best-cast superheros of all time. Did we mention your favs?

The guys jointly mini review Mad Men season 7A and Logan mini reviews The Americans season 2. 

In weekend picks, Logan wonders about Halt and Catch Fire, and Bob’s leaning towards A Million Ways to Die in the West. 

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Neighbors, The Realistic Joneses, Vikings, Weekend Picks

What’s the difference between laughing at a comedy and liking it? Neighbors gives us a good case study.

Logan talks about The Realistic Joneses on Broadway a bit, before mini reviewing the second season of Vikings.

Logan’s looking at (but not necessarily recommending) Riot and The Bachelorette in TV this week, and Bob’s leaning towards Godzilla.

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Human Face of Big Data, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Weekend Picks

In what might be the longest-titled podcast yet, summer blockbuster season is here! How does The Amazing Spider-Man 2 compare to the Captain American flick from a few weeks back? Is Andrew Garfield on the Mt. Rushmore of best-cast superheros?

Bob likes The Human Face of Big Data, but wishes for something deeper. Logan enjoyed Hedwig on Broadway and compares it to the movie.

In weekend picks, Penny Dreadful has a lot of great talent on screen and behind the camera. Seems promising! There are several indie flicks with potential, but–here in the summer season–Bob’s narrowed down the week’s movie to either Neighbors or Chef.

Let’s rock!