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It's the end of February so it's time for another Mailbag episode. Kriss and Dpalm go through listener emails, hot topics and discuss their Pull-List for the month. This month we discuss/rank the live action Marvel shows, Into the Spider-VerseBlack Panther win at the Oscars and instead of a Pull-List discussion, we just have a therapy session over Tom King's Batman and Heroes in Crisis


  • Emails
    • Kriss Ruined Black History Month (Look at this slander)
    • Pitch to relaunch the Transformers franchise
    • Ranking the Marvel TV Shows
  • News
    • Into the Spider-Verse wins Best Picture and Black Panther picks up the first Oscar wins for the MCU
    • Aquaman 2 gets a date & possible spin-off
    • WB needs a producer to explain their vision for DC films
    • The trolling of Captain Marvel on Rotten Tomatoes
    • Brie Larson didn't need to clarify her statement
    • The future of the Arrowverse
  • Pull-List (Not the complete list)
    • No pull list this week. We just discuss Tom King's Heroes In Crisis & Batman (And the story line The Price in The Flash with Joshua Williamson)

Kriss and Dpalm record the Mailbag at the end of every month. If you want to send in your own questions and thoughts, email us: Mailbag@MTRNetwork.Net

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Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 5:19am EDT

This week due to Brandon traveling, it is just Kriss and Ro on this week's review and boy do they have one. This week's film is Greta and it is an early contender for the dumbest movie of the year. While their scores are different, Kriss and Ro agree this is not the film that Neil Jordan thought he was making. Ro's score is only as high as it is because she got enjoyment out of laughing at the ridiculous moments in this film that weren't supposed to be funny but absolutely are. This film wastes performances of Isabelle Huppert, ChloĆ« Grace Moretz and Stephen Rea (the last one being almost criminal). With a proper script, Greta could have been great but instead it always feels like a clueless interpretation of how people react to stalking. 

A young woman befriends a lonely widow who's harboring a dark and deadly agenda towards her.

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Category:TV & Film -- posted at: 5:18am EDT