“Deja View” host Jake Leary disects “Venom,” Sony’s sorry attempt at starting a new super hero franchise.
On the final “Deja View” of the semester, Jake Leary assembles staff writers Colin Tessier, Antonio Ferme and Liam Conway to argue about “Avengers: Infinity War.” As is often the case, Jake isn’t a fan of Marvel’s latest outing, but Liam comes to the film’s defense.
On this week’s “Deja View,” Jake Leary, Liam Conway and Michael Friedman do everything in their power to avoid talking about “Rampage.” Instead, they discuss The Rock and the futility of video game adaptations.
“Deja View” host Jake Leary faces his greatest disappointment to date — not liking Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs.” Staff Writers Liza Gillespie and Antonio Ferme attempt to drag him out of the abyss, but by the end of the episode, Jake’s opinions remain unchanged.
“Deja View” host Jake Leary sits down with Staff Writer Arleigh Rodgers and Assistant Life and Culture Editor Kara Bowen to discuss “A Quiet Place,” the first horror film from director John Krasinski.
In this week’s episode of Deja View, host Jake Leary tries and fails to suppress his hatred of “Ready Player One” with the help assistant Life & Culture Editor Kara Bowen.
“Deja View” host Jake Leary sits down with Staff Writers Liam Conway and Liza Gillespie to talk about “Pacific Rim: Uprising.” In a surprisingly on-topic episode, the trio highlight the tonal inconsistencies and plot elements that make “Uprising” inferior to the 2013 original.
“Deja View” host Jake Leary and Staff Writer Liza Gillespie discuss the highs and lows of “Jessica Jones” season 2, the wonders of David Tennant, the worst parts of “The Defenders,” and spoilers.
“Deja View” host Jake Leary and Staff Writer Charlie Musante try (and fail) to figure out what happens in Duncan Jones’ “Mute.”
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On this episode of “Deja View,” host Jake Leary sits down with Staff Writer Michael Friedman to talk about Alex Garland’s “Annihilation.” Michael and Jake delve into the pros and cons of Garlands extremely loose adaptation of Jeff Vandermeer’s novel.
On this episode of “Deja View,” Jake Leary and returning guest Kara Bowen, assistant Life and Culture editor, discuss “Everything Sucks.” The pair break down the strengths and weaknesses of Netflix’s latest coming-of-age drama.
On this episode of “Deja View,” Jake Leary recruits Assistant Life & Culture Editor Kara Bowen and Staff Writer Aidan Lentz to talk about “Black Panther.” The trio weighs in on the film’s importance both to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and viewers craving better representation.