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54 minutes | 3 years ago
First vs Last 04 - The Fast and the Furious (2001) vs The Fate of the Furious (2017)
Thanksgiving is the time we think about family. And when we think about family, we think about the Fast & Furious franchise! First vs. Last returns from its slumber to look at this summer's blockbuster The Fate of the Furious and see how it compares to the original The Fast and the Furious! Find out just how far Dominic Toretto and his familia have come over the last 16 years!
96 minutes | 4 years ago
First vs Last 03 - X-Men Origins: Wolverine vs Logan
In 2009, after the abomination of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, who would have thought the Wolverine trilogy would rise from the ashes like a phoenix to bring us Logan, one of the best superhero movies of all time. In this spoiler-filled episode, we discuss the whole Wolverine "trilogy" and how Logan and Origins have remarkably similar beats (only one movie is, you know, good). We also reflect on Hugh Jackman's 17-year tenure as James Howlett/Logan/Wolverine. And what scenes in Logan made us cry (spoiler alert: it's different for each of our panelists)! Plus the answers to questions you didn't even know you needed to know about Wolverine's healing factor! Please download and subscribe today!
59 minutes | 4 years ago
First vs Last 02 - Raiders of the Lost Ark vs Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
On the 2nd episode of First vs Last, we go back to a simpler time when everybody agreed that Nazis were bad and worthy of punching. Chris and Kimberly join Vince to discuss the film history of everyone's favorite whip-wielding community college professor: Indiana Jones! We'll look at the much beloved Raiders of the Lost Ark and compare it to 2008's Kingdom of the Crystal Skull -- which if you ask the internet, was the worst movie ever made! Also covered: Reddit's top fan theories, which panelist's dad REALLY wants to be Indiana Jones in real life, and was Crystal Skull doomed to be a hated film from the start.
52 minutes | 4 years ago
First vs Last 01 - Super Mario Kart vs Mario Kart 8
We're pleased to announce our newest show: FIRST VS LAST! FIRST VS LAST covers long-running music and videogame franchises by discussing at length the first and most recent entries of the series. FIRST VS LAST seeks to answer questions like: How have characters, storytelling techniques, and plot points changed over the years? Did the series change focus over its sequels? What series mainstays were there from the beginning, and what was added over later entries? Our first episode covers the long-running Mario Kart videogame series. Vince and special guest Cody start with 1992's Super Mario Kart (for the Super Nintendo) and compare it to 2014's Mario Kart 8 (for the Wii U). Listen as Vince and Cody are surprised to see how much of the Mario Kart formula was right there from the start (like the lightning bolt, Lakitu saving you when you fall off a cliff, and freaking Rainbow Road), and what things went away and came back (picking up coins on the track)! Along the way, they cover when the pesky blue shell was added, when the battle mode stopped being a major focus, and the rise of online gaming. Also, they talk about their favorite kart racing games that sprung up in the Mario Kart wake (Diddy Kong Racing: Yay! / Star Wars Super Bombad Racing: Boo!)! Next time: Raiders of the Lost Ark vs Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull!
87 minutes | 4 years ago
076 - SERIES FINALE: Our Favorite Everythings
Well, it's come to this: the series finale of ALL MY FRIENDS ARE RIGHT HERE! After a three-month hiatus, Vince, Michael, Scott, and Dylan return to say adieu to the flagship podcast. Topics include: San Antonio jazz club recommendations, not wanting to be friends with people who don't like Battleship, and how long have certain CBS sitcoms been on the air! Please keep this podcast in your feed. Next week, it will be transforming into our new show FIRST VS LAST, a show talking about long-running series and how they've transformed over the years. Our first episode is "Super Mario Kart vs. Mario Kart 8" and you don't want to miss it!
87 minutes | 4 years ago
075 - Año De Los Muertos: Celebrities Who Died in 2016
For Halloween this year, ALL MY FRIENDS are tackling the spookiest subject of all: our own mortality! We reflect on the celebrity deaths of 2016, and celebrate the best work from David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Merle Haggard, Prince, and Gene Wilder! Other topics include, how many covers have the Wallflowers recorded? How instrumental was Billy Zane in getting David Bowie for Zoolander? Is it good or bad that Prince's last acting credit was for New Girl?
64 minutes | 4 years ago
074 - New York Movie Draft
What're you lookin' at? For our latest Movie Draft episode, we're picking the best & brightest New York movies! How terrifying would it be to be the mom from Big, and see a grown man wearing your kidnapped son's underwear? Is Birdman the best movie to watch on mute at a bar? Is the Men in Black song the best movie song ever? Find out the answers to these questions and more on this week's ALL MY FRIENDS ARE RIGHT HERE!
54 minutes | 4 years ago
073 - The Best SNL Presidents
SPECIAL CROSSOVER EPISODE WITH SATURDAY NIGHT LOVE!! Vince and Kia rate and review every SNL presidential character. From Chevy Chase's Gerald Ford to Dana Carvey's George H.W. Bush to Jay Pharaoh's Barack Obama, we cover every single time they covered sitting presidents. We even dive deep into Michael McKean's tenure as Bill Clinton and friend-of-the-show Randy Quaid's Ronald Reagan! And some notable candidates who didn't get the highest office, like Dana Carvey's Ross Perot and Tina Fey's Sarah Palin! So you'll definitely want to check out this week's podcast. It's great! It's fantastic! You've never seen a podcast like it!
79 minutes | 4 years ago
072 - The Best Presidential Eras of Pop Culture
On this week's episode, we're looking at the last 3 presidential eras - those of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama! And specifically, who was best for pop culture? Did Tom Hanks do his best work under Clinton, Bush, or Obama? When was Green Day most successful? Was Will Smith better off before the pre-Willennium days? Listen this week for a winner-take-all debate where we determine the best and worst presidents of the last 24 years, purely through the pop culture their eras inspired!
96 minutes | 4 years ago
071 - Now, That's What I Called Music, Vol. 7
This week we're going back to a much simpler time: summer 2001. The guys delve into Now Vol. 7, the end of the innocence. They'll review each and every track (some in more depth than others) and draft their favorite to accurately judge the songs' merits. Other topics include: dressage, splodging, dissing people on the internet, and quakers.
54 minutes | 5 years ago
070 - The Best Michaels vs the Best Vinces
A lot of our friends are having kids these days, and Michael and Vince argue which of their namesakes are better: MICHAEL or VINCE Who are the best Michaels in film, TV, sports, music, and art? And who are the best Vinces? And are the Vinces better than the Michaels? With Kimberly as a neutral third party!
59 minutes | 5 years ago
069 - The Bachelor/ette
All My Friends Are Right Here for the Right Reasons this week, because we're talking about the holy trinity of reality dating competitions - The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise! Newcomer Sara and Shay join Vince, Kia, and Kimberly as they explore everything about these series, including how would you behave if you were a contestant on the show, what the different contestants' LinkedIn and Match.com profiles look like, and what's so genuinely appealing about trashy reality television! Even if you're not a fan of the Bachelor trilogy, you will be after this episode!
63 minutes | 5 years ago
068 - International Space Station Movie Draft
Recently, Gizmodo made a Freedom of Information Request to find out what movies were aboard the International Space Station. The full list contains a bonkers mix of recent Best Picture winners, blockbusters, Christmas movies, and forgotten romantic comedies. On this episode: Kia, Dylan, and Vince imagine themselves as astronauts part of the Space Station's movie planning committee. What movie are they watching for the first night? What movie are they watching when the Russians come to visit? And what movie franchise or TV series are they totally binge-watching? Also, the boys discover who's the best ghost writer in all of Hollywood!
90 minutes | 5 years ago
067 - Music Decade: The 1980s
Radical! Tubular! Voodoo Economics! This week, we're going back to one of our favorite games: Music Decade! The guys will judge the merits of three given songs from each year in the 1980s, and ultimately determine the 10 songs that perfectly define the decade. Along the way they'll answer important questions like: Was John Mellencamp an icon of gay fashion? What's the real difference between The Replacements and The New Radicals? And do music notes mysteriously get higher in a karaoke room than they do in your car? Spotify Playlist: http://spoti.fi/29q65mQ
50 minutes | 5 years ago
066 - The Pitch Room: Day of the Invasion
Fifteen years ago, Dylan and Scott wrote & directed the award-winning short film "DAY OF THE INVASION", a loving homage to the alien invasion B-movies of the 1950s. DAY OF THE INVASION had everything - love, drama, comedy, the best movie president ever (played by Vince) and DESTRUCTOBOT 5000! Now, Dylan and Scott have booked a meeting with Hollywood's movers & shakers to pitch a feature length version of DAY OF THE INVASION for a new generation. This is their planning session before they meet with the fabled "Pitch Room."
63 minutes | 5 years ago
065 - I Hate the TV & Movies That My Kid Loves
In honor of Father's Day, our panel of expert parents share the TV and movies their kids love that they hate. Join us for a cathartic episode where our parent friends unload on how much they hate Caillou and Thomas the Tank Engine and Toodles! Sometimes we hate how the main character is a whiny brat. Sometimes we hate the premise of the whole world wondering things like Why is a science teacher relying on his 4th-grade students for lesson plans and how can Caillou's family afford that house on a single income? Also, to balance out all the negativity, our panel explains the things they do like and the things they wished their kids did like. For those of you don't have kids, this episode will give you all the things you need to avoid. And for those of you that don't want kids, this episode will re-affirm that you made the right decision.
83 minutes | 5 years ago
064 - Nintendo 64 Special
The Nintendo 64 turns 20 this year, and we're hitting our 64th episode, which means it's time for our NINTENDO 64 SPECIAL! Many of our friends had extensive videogame collections, and those collections helped inform whose house we wanted to go over to for sleepover parties. Chase, Cody, and Vince draft the best Nintendo 64 collection, made up of the best racing, sports, multiplayer, and single-player games! Join us for an awesome trip down memory lane and some great retro-gaming recommendations.
85 minutes | 5 years ago
063 - Ranking the X-Men Movies
X-Men: Apocalypse comes out this week, and to celebrate the X-Men film series' Sweet 16, we're ranking the previous 5 X-Men films (and discussing the 3 spinoff films). What's the worst? What's the best? Also, who's really to blame for the failure of The Last Stand (which turns 10 years old today)? And.we discuss screenwriter Simon Kinberg's penchant for burning bridges (in both The Last Stand and Apocalypse). And what X-Man would be the best Pokémon?
92 minutes | 5 years ago
062 - Now, That's What I Called Music, Vol. 6
Take a trip with us back to 2001 as we evaluate the hottest hits on Now, That's What I Call Music Vol. 6. We'll discuss all the songs and draft our favorites, determining what tracks have stood the test of time. All that plus: the band that spawned from the ashes of 3LW, the shocking truth behind the origin of Coldplay's "Yellow," and we expose the little-known Swedish plot to take over popular music in 2001. Playlist: http://spoti.fi/1rNC5WG
53 minutes | 5 years ago
061 - 90s Spider-Man and X-Men Cartoons
We've got an embarrassment of superhero movie riches now, so ALL MY FRIENDS ARE HERE to look back at the two cartoons that first got us into superheroes: the 90s X-men and Spider-Man animated series. Join Chris, Vince, and Richard as they remember the great storylines of the X-Men animated series and how they managed to pack Apocalypse and Days of Future Past into the first season. Also, does Wolverine love Morph more than Jean Grey? And Vince recounts how the Spider-Man series quickly went off the deep-end as Mary Jane's clone joined a Dormammu cult and Spider-Man teamed up with Spider-Men from alternate dimensions to fight a Spider-Man possessed by the Carnage symbiote! This episode gets especially nerdy.
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