The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Bonus reviews of Sicario 2: Soldado, The First Purge and more

It has been a hectic couple of weeks, so here’s a bonus podcast catching up on some of the biggest movies of recent times, including The First Purge.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 112 – Jeremy Renner playing Tag, plus the best movies of 2018 so far

We review American action-comedy Tag and British pug-comedy Patrick on this week’s podcast, as well as looking at some of the best films of 2018.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 111 – Is Ocean’s 8 a diamond of a heist movie?

Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett are among the stars that have lined up for Ocean’s 8, which we review on the latest podcast.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 109 – Does Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom make dinosaurs great again?

The dinosaurs of Isla Nublar are back for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, but how does this new film work in the ecosystem of the franchise?

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 108 – Is Book Club more than just an OAP sex comedy?

Jane Fonda is among the women looking to reconnect with their sex lives in Book Club – reviewed on the latest podcast.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 107 – Has Han Solo managed to sink Star Wars?

Alden Ehrenreich’s take on space outlaw Han Solo has already become divisive. Surprisingly, the same is true of kid-friendly CGI fest Show Dogs.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast – Solo: A Star Wars Story Spoiler Discussion

It has disappointed at the box office, but is Solo: A Star Wars Story actually any good? With the aid of spoilers, we take an in-depth look.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 106 – Does Deadpool 2 vanish up its own rear end?

We review the latest superhero spoof on the podcast, as well as grief documentary A Love That Never Dies and romantic drama On Chesil Beach.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 105 – Is Melissa McCarthy less funny than an animated garden gnome?

Life of the Party is bizarrely terrible, while Sherlock Gnomes is just bizarre. We also review hostage thriller Entebbe and French horror Revenge.

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