Double Edged Double Bill Episode 182 – Transformers and Mad Max Get a Reboot On the Fury Road ft. Drew McWeeny

When a franchise gets the reboot treatment, it’s always a toss up. Either you’ll get a cool reinvention or a total disappointment. So, Adam, Thomas and their very special guest Drew McWeeny are here to examine the right and wrong reboot avenues! First, Michael Bay makes a soft reboot of a franchise he ran into the ground with Transformers: Age of Extinction! Then, George Miller returns to the franchise that made him shiny and chrome with the acclaimed reboot Mad Max: Fury Road! Together, our trio will answer all the crucial questions. What does a Michael Bay power move look like? How does your delightful Australian grandfather make such high octane blockbusters? Which two films will they choose for next week’s episode on sports movies? Well, hop into your monster truck and listen in to find out as you ride away from John Goodman the Autobot!

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