On this episode Jon reviews all three How to Train Your Dragon movies, Fighting with My Family, and Run the Race before discussing the winners of this past weekend's Academy and Golden Raspberry Awards.
This Valentine Day's weekend, Jon reviews Alita: Battle Angel, Isn't It Romantic?, and Happy Death Day 2U, then brings back The Love Junkie for 2019 with reviews of West Side Story, Pretty in Pink, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Silver Lining's Playbook, and Michael Bolton's Big Sexy Valentine's Day Special.
With a light weekend featuring Miss Bala and a Netflix and Chat on the two Fyre Festival documentaries, Jon spends most of this episode breaking down the nominees for the 2019 Oscars and Razzies and his issues with both. Plus, an extra long Trailer Talk featuring the "Big Game" TV spots and trailers.
Since this week's episode is being released on Christmas Eve, Jon has a special treat. After reviews for Mary Poppins and Mary Poppins Returns, Aquaman, Bumblebee, Second Act, Welcome to Marwen, and They Shall Not Grow Old, we celebrate the holidays like any entertainment producer: a holiday special. Featuring reviews of It's a Wonderful Life, Scrooged, The Grinch, Love Actually, and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Happy Holidays from the Popcorn Junkie to you.
Since the only new release near Jon this weekend was the 25th Anniversary rerelease of Schindler's List, Jon has a Netflix and Chat of Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, and Season 1 of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, then a discussion about the ramifications of having no new releases and the hierarchy of release platforms.
With the release of the latest entry in the Wizarding World franchise, Jon revisits all 8 Harry Potter movies and the previous Fantastic Beasts before reviewing The Crimes of Grindelwald. Then, after reviewing Instant Family, Widows, and A Private War, Jon breaks down his feelings on the Wizarding World as a franchise.
On this week's episode, Jon reviews Illumination's adaptation of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, 2011's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and its new rebootquel(?) The Girl in the Spider's Web, the Nazi-sploitation movie Overlord, plus a Netflix and Chat on Latin History for Morons, South Park Season 22, and Hasan Minhaj's Homecoming King and Patriot Act. Then, a brief discussion on the abuse of padding in movies.
After reviewing the three Johnny English movies, Hunter Killer, Indivisible, and Mid90s, Jon gets into the Halloween spirit by bringing back the Halloween Spooptacular. This year: Hellraiser, Halloween (1978), Halloween (2007), Tucker and Dale vs Evil, and then seeing how The Nightmare Before Christmas works as a Halloween movie.