It's Phil's birthday and, as usual, there are no people he would rather spend it with than you. The only problem is, some bloody restaurant chain has been screwing with Phil's favourite food.
Classic Movie Moan
Even though we are late to the party, 'Inside Out' has finally opened in the UK and we hope you will indulge Phil, Jamie and Matt while we finally talk about it in some detail (huge whopping Bing Bong shaped spoilers in this review - 6:03).
After a unique journey of taking a peek at a really rubbish script and then being really impressed by the trailer, one final question remains - is 'Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation' any good? Would you mind if Phil proper nerdgasms about it? Didn't think you would (23:35).
And we wrap with a rational discussion of 'Pixels' and try to explain how there was a genuinely great movie somewhere in this tonally inconsistent mess of a film (55:14).
Marveling At The Future
Join Phil, Spencer, and special guest Jen Mayhew as we discuss why 'Wolverine: The Last One (honestly)' has the potential to be the most interesting and emotionally affecting of all the X-Men movies as we say goodbye to Hugh Jackman in the role that defined him (1:07:55).
Phil has had a few months to think about this and, despite what Latino Review is saying (Billy Zane as the Vulture? Really?), he is 100% convinced that Mysterio will be the villain in 2017's 'Spider-man Rides Again'. Let us tell you why (1:36:07).
And Spencer opens up the debate to settle once and for all what we believe is a misunderstood notion - do Marvel's Cinematic Universe baddies suck? (1:44:44)