These guys make an already funny AF scene even funnier. In this installment of ‘Table Reads,’ the Golden State Warriors’ JaVale McGee and Nick Young have chosen to read the iconic “Reggie” scene from ‘Bad Boys II. (H/T to The Ringer.)
Nick Young & JaVale McGee Read The “Reggie” Scene From “Bad Boys II”
Five Questions Episode 20: Previewing The 89th Academy Awards
Shawn Hardie and actress Brianna Seagraves break down this year’s Oscar nominations and predict the winners for Best Supporting Actress (2:20 mark), Best Supporting Actor (7:00), Best Actor (12:00), Best Actress (19:00) and Best Picture (26:15). They also discuss if this year will be a market correction for last year’s #OscarsSoWhite phenomenon.
This Is It | S7 E21: Previewing The 88th Academy Awards
William H. Strafe, NY socialite/actor J. Mikey and actress/director Brianna Seagraves discuss who will (and should) win the big five categories at this year’s Academy Awards. They discuss Sylvester Stallone’s performance in Creed (8:50), if Leo finally gets a win (15:45) and if Best Picture is a two-horse race (21:00). Brianna goes on an absolutely classic rant about Brooklyn being a mediocre film (33:47). Finally, they discuss if the #OscarsSoWhite movement is a little shortsighted (38:25).
This Is It: Evaluation Season Has Returned
In Part 2 of the Birthday Extravaganza, William H. Strafe and NY socialite/actor/Arizona Cardinals fan J. Mikey discuss bandwagon Seahawks fans (6:49 mark), will Jameis Winston be the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft (14:45) and make predictions for the big five awards on Oscar night (19:33).
This Is It: The Wolf of Wall Street
This Is It resumes after its holiday hiatus with William H. Strafe and Midtown Mo discussing whether The Wolf of Wall Street is overrated, underrated or properly rated. They also discuss if a movie like that could ever be made with a Black cast, the rise of Kevin Hart and why neither of them will watch 12 Years A Slave.
This Is It | March Movie Madness: Hood Classics – The Final Four
After a long hiatus, we finally crown the national champion in the March Movie Madness: Hood Classics tournament. Streetz, Dr. J and I originally recorded this in June, but we decided to wait until the dog days of summer to post this (and by we I mean me). Recap the Final Four bracket here, then check out podcast below.
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If you’d like a refresher (or if you are listening for the time), the links to the previous rounds are below.
#MMCHC Bracket Selection Show, Bubble Teams & Play-In Games
#MMMHC First Round
#MMMHC Second Round
#MMCHC Sweet 16
#MMCHC Elite 8 (I actually have no idea where this show is! But I’ll find it!)
This Is It | 3.25.13: March Movie Madness – Hood Classics Sweet 16
This Is It | 3.19.13: March Movie Madness – Hood Classics 2nd Round
(Apologies for not getting this done last week, but the last Big East Tournament (as we know it) took precedence.)
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For the updated bracket, click the image below.
Readers’ Choice: March Movie Madness – Hood Classics Edition 1st Round
Listened to the podcast and didn’t like our choices? Now you can cast your vote for what movies you think should have made it to the second round. Please make a selection for ALL movies.