Movies Opening This Week

49% San Andreas May 29
18% Aloha May 29
0% Survivor May 29
14% Barely Lethal May 29
29% Walking on Sunshine May 29

Top Box Office

49% Tomorrowland $33.0M
66% Pitch Perfect 2 $30.8M
98% Mad Max: Fury Road $24.6M
32% Poltergeist $22.6M
74% Avengers: Age of Ultron $21.7M
7% Hot Pursuit $3.6M
85% Far From the Madding Crowd $2.3M
81% Furious 7 $2.3M
6% Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 $1.9M
47% Home $1.8M

Coming Soon To Theaters

No Score Yet Entourage Jun 03
87% A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence Jun 03
96% Spy Jun 05
No Score Yet Insidious: Chapter 3 Jun 05
84% Testament Of Youth Jun 05

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  • Ep. 127 - Going Deep With Alex Winter
    Alex Winter's latest film Deep Web premiering on Epix delves into the world of the internet that exists beyond what you can Google, referred to as the darknet. He and Grae discuss how to arrange interviews with folks the FBI are DYING to talk to, as well as what those people's movie-watching habits appear to be. And yes, he also talks about Bill and Ted. 
  • Ep. 126 - The Comedians Showrunner Intv & Sadness for Sansa
    In a big week for television news, Game of Thrones featured a much-debated story beat involving Sansa Stark that Matt, Grae, Sarah, and Ryan argue about. They also give recommendations on how to ease your Mad Men separation anxiety, and The Comedians showrunner Ben Wexler stops by to talk about writing for Billy Crystal.
  • Ep. 125 - George Miller Not Furious, Matt and Grae Are
    Matt and Grae discuss their issues surrounding this week's releases Mad Max Fury Road and Pitch Perfect 2. An email from the Tomatopatch outlines the genius storytelling economy of the Game of Thrones writers, and finally director George Miller tells listeners what to watch for in his latest addition to the Mad Max franchise.