Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for the Week of June 26


Man, these weeks are just flying by. What a year, amirite? Imagine talking to your kids or grandkids about 2020 — the year everything in the world seemed to just stop. It has truly been a bizarre experience.

Speaking of bizarre, suddenly you couch potatoes are clamoring for Yellowstone ! I’m so proud. The first season snuck its way on the list a few weeks ago, and now the Top 5 consist of all three seasons. Remarkable what good word of mouth will do for a flick/show/series, eh? Season 3 takes the top spot from The Invisible Man , which endured a long road to the top, but must settle for fifth place this week.

Surprisingly, Trolls World Tour made a huge splash at No. 2. The DreamWorks animated flick has amassed quite the audience since its digital release way back on April 10.

Otherwise, the list remains fairly intact from last week give or take a few titles. Despite the additions of Yellowstone , friggin’ Harry Potter refuses to avada kedavra*. In fact, it has wingardium leviosaed* its way around the Top 20 for nearly a month. Again, no issue here, the series is great. But there are literally millions of films for you to watch, people? Let’s get some variety going here!

1. Yellowstone: S3 (Paramount)
2. Trolls World Tour (Universal)
3. Yellowstone: S1 (Paramount)
4. Yellowstone: S2 (Paramount)
5. The Invisible Man (Universal, 2020)
6. Sonic the Hedgehog (Paramount)
7. The Hunt (Universal)
8. Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony)
9. Bad Boys for Life (Sony)
10. Birds of Prey: Harley Quinn (WB)
11. 1917 (Universal)
12. The Call of the Wild (Disney, 2020)
13. Bloodshot (Sony, 2020)
14. The Gentlemen (STX/Universal, 2019)
15. Spies in Disguise (Fox)
16. Onward (Disney)
17. Fantasy Island (Sony, 2020)
18. Dolittle (Universal)
19. Harry Potter (WB, Complete 8-film Collection)
20. Star Wars: Episode IX – Skywalker (Disney)

*I realize these are not actual Harry Potter sayings, but spells. So, please, don’t obliviate my brain.

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Doom Patrol Season 2 Episode 4 Recap


In the previous episodes of DC Universe’s Doom Patrol , Dorothy accidently broke Danny the Brick, and Jane was jailed in the Underground. In Doom Patrol Season 2 Episode 4, the Doom Patrol and the Dannyzens throw a party to help Danny the Brick.

Dorothy was upset about what happened to Danny the Brick. Though she had lived on Danny the Street for years, she hadn’t been allowed above ground. The Dannyzens arrived to help get Danny the Brick back together and eventually make them a street again. Maura Lee Corrupt suggested throwing a party.

Rita put makeup on Dorothy when she asked after confirming that, while she was eleven years old, she had lived a hundred and seventy-five years. Niles didn’t like it, but Dorothy assured him she was older than he thought. The party started like a quiet cocktail party, but things picked up after Dorothy sang “Pure Imagination”. However, it was her bedtime, and she had to leave the party.

The Candlemaker taunted Dorothy and her other imaginary friends like Hershel.

Rita was having trouble controlling her powers. Flex told her she needed a clear mind She asked Flex to use his powers to help her orgasm again like he had done on Danny the Street to help her clear her mind. We saw in her past that she had witnessed her mother sleeping with someone to get her part. Rita ended up echoing her mother’s words when Dorothy asked her if she was beautiful.

As the night progressed, the party got wilder. Larry was awkward when trying to dance with a man and ended the night feeling lonely. Niles offered to dose Cliff with Ecstasy. While Cliff was high, he found himself dancing with a shadow. It turned out to be a sex demon, who’d been attracted to the party because of Rita’s orgasm. The Sex Men, Kiss, Torture, and Cuddles, arrived to stop it from birthing a baby whose cry would eliminate all the children of the world.

Though Jane was still locked up in the Underground, her other personalities had attended the party. When Dr. Harrison heard that children were in trouble, she braved Flex’s powers, presumably for Kay. It was Hammerhead who saved the day by shoving the baby back into the sex demon. When Cliff hugged her, Hammerhead let Jane out, and she was back as the primary.

Dorothy asked Danny if they were friends when she went back down to the party. They had been keeping her prisoner for Niles when Dorothy lived in Danny the Street. Danny confronted Niles and refused to take her again. At the end of the episode, Danny was a tire and took the Dannyzens with them.

What did you think of this episode of Doom Patrol ? ?

Russo Bros. Pizza Film School Episode 5 Details Revealed!


The Russo Bros. Pizza Film School is back this week with a thrilling new episode centered on the Coen Brothers’ acclaimed adaptation of No Country for Old Men , as well as featuring the debut of the series’ theme song, created in collaboration with rapper KYLE! The theme song and intro can be viewed in the player below! Click here to rent or purchase No Country for Old Men !

This week’s assignment from the directing and producing duo is the Coen Brothers’ adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s acclaimed 2005 crime thriller novel centered on a hunter (Josh Brolin) who comes across the grisly aftermath of a drug deal and takes the cash left behind, inadvertently marking him as the target for a merciless killer named Chigurh (Javier Bardem) and aging lawman Sheriff Bell (Tommy Lee Jones), who is reflecting on a changing world and a dark secret of his own.

The Russos would go on to work with Brolin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in which the Oscar nominee starred as the Mad Titan Thanos in three of the four Avengers films, with the latter two helmed by the duo. Though long prior to their involvement in the MCU, Jones would also go on to star in Captain America: The First Avenger , the introduction film to the titular hero portrayed by Chris Evans.

The weekly show on Instagram TV and YouTube created and hosted by Joe and Anthony Russo (The Russo Brothers) aims to educate and spread some love to favorite classic films, as well as local pizzerias while movie lovers are stuck at home during the pandemic. The Bros will assign a movie for the class every week, and tune in with guests to talk about how different flicks have transformed their relationship to cinema, while enjoying pizza from a local pizzeria

Previous movies discussed on the show include La Haine, Ronin, The Evil Dead and most recently The Empire Strikes Back featuring Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill. The Russos have been joined on other episodes by film critic Pete Hammond and the screenwriting duo Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, who also serve as Co-Presidents of Story for AGBO.

The next episode is set to air this Friday, July 3 at 12 p.m. PST on Instagram TV and previous episodes can be viewed on their YouTube page here!

Source : Comingsoon