"I'll be back," says Arnie. "Please don't bother," says Bob.
Bob and Stew blow their gaskets over the sheer stupidity of the box-office phenomenon.
Bob takes a closer look at the Disney film's disappointing final act.
Bob and Terrence travel the Fury Road, come back covered in dust and silver spray paint.
The first must-see movie of 2015 has arrived. Stock up on gasoline, everybody.
Bob and Stew size up this summer's big superhero sequel and talk about hitting "peak Whedon."
When can a film be both good and terribly disappointing? When it's from Marvel.
Filmmaker Kurt Larson stops by to help us debate the best baseball films ever made.
Marvel's first Netflix show has its ups and downs but is ultimately a successful adaptation.
Bob takes one last look at one of TV's coolest shows.
Another day, another Liam Neeson action movie.
Bob takes a look back at Richard Stanley's 1990 killer-robot opus.
Bob and Stew talk Spidey, Jupiter Ascending, Justified, Better Call Saul and famous Twitter followers.
Bob checks out the Wachowskis' latest and wishes he could get the two hours back.
Beethoven might be involved.
Paul Thomas Anderson lights up. Moviegoers win.