There’s a lot of podcasts out at the moment covering the latest Mission: Impossible franchise entry, but I’m willing to bet this is the only one to feature three people across two continents simultaneously performing an impression of an obscure side character from Die Hard with a Vengeance, and if you’re not going to listen for that, then I’m not entirely sure what you’re doing here.
Richard and Jay were joined by DJ, Jeanette and – making her long-awaited debut on the show – Amanda “daughter of Richard” Kirkham to discuss the death-defying highs and stomach-churning lows of Mission: Impossible – Fallout, along with their rants and raves of the week and a very espionagey game!
05:39 Initial, mostly spoiler-free thoughts on Mission: Impossible – Fallout
20:41 Spoiler-filled thoughts on Mission: Impossible – Fallout
53:43 Final thoughts and scores on Mission: Impossible – Fallout
60:13 Rants and Raves
74:35 Game: Bond, Bourne or Hunt
Trailers: Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Aquaman, Shazam!, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Titans
Mission: Impossible Franchise Lookback Lambcast
The French Connection chase scene
Behind the scenes helicopter scene
The Dark Knight bank heist
Mission: Impossible 3 begging scene
Emilio Estevez in Mission: Impossible
Tom Cruise in Young Guns
Tom Cruise hurting his foot
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