Infinite Respawncast – Mission Impossible: Kiss From a Rogue Nation

Sorry for the delay guys, but it’s been a hassle getting this episode together. Chris and Dylan make it the whole podcast without quoting Mission Impossible lines, which is a feat in itself. Then they go into some new releases (there’s actually a bunch, but we just touch on a handful). Chris briefly overviews PixelsPaper Towns, and Vacation. Then him and Dylan discuss Joshua Oppenheimer’s latest documentary: The Look of Silence. What better way to switch gears than for Dylan to go into his thoughts on Man of Steel and Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Show Notes:

(2:54) Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Review (Read Dylan’s Review Here)
(25:34) Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Spoilers
(35:20) New Releases:
The Divergent Series: InsurgentFar From the Madding Crowd (Read Chris’s Review Here), Child 44, Night and the City
(40:24) Pixels (Read Chris’s Review Here)
(41:35) Paper Towns (Read Chris’s Review Here)
(45:27) Vacation (Read Chris’s Review Here)
(47:13) The Look of Silence
(58:28) Man of Steel
(66:51) Avengers: Age of Ultron
(83:41) Closing Comments

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