Category: Panel: Steve

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989)

This week, we start Season 4 of Myopia: Defend Your Childhood! Along with some surprises along the way, we are adding a new series called Myopia Mornings, a children’s TV spinoff and we are returning to weekly episodes and I find that Excellent! As has been tradition, we have started the seasons with the sequels

Quantum of Solace (2008)

I know, I know, you are thinking about how bad this movie is or, rather, how much you disliked it. So, thank you for even looking. It is riddled with shaky-cam, it feels rushed, and it is not crazy or campy (so bad it is good). Yet, it is brutal and at time very real.

Goldeneye (1995) (Mission Briefing Edition)

Out with the oldish, in with the Irish! We watched Goldeneye for this Mission Briefing. I know what your are thinking, didn’t they already nostalgia all over this? Well, you are keen and thanks for listening! We did it again with the Mission Gaze! Pierce Brosnan replaced Tim Dalton! Nintendo 64 is mentioned, duh! Host:

Baby Geniuses (1999)

This week on Myopia: Defend your Childhood, we learned Christopher Lloyd needs money. We watched Baby Geniuses, I accept your pity. Also, if you have not noticed, this is our 100th episode! I want to thank everyone who has helped us get this far! From the panelists, producers, hosts, and network to the fans and

Ghostbuster II (1989)

This week on Myopia: Defend your Childhood, we learned how to make a podcast, I mean, never hire Bill Murray if he doesn’t like your project. In honor of Ghostbusters, we are releasing Episode 6: Ghostbusters II. Enjoy. How will your past stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Defense: Zack Kraus

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

This week on Mission Briefing we heard the best bond theme song, as long as Paul McCartney isn’t around… Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Panel: Matt, Jon, Steven, Daniel, Tom

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

This week, something is off, Bond looks different and mom keeps saying Dad is gone, but Uncle George is going to be stay around for awhile. We watched On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969). Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Panel: Steve T and Matt P

Mystery Men (1999)

This week on Myopia: Defend your Childhood we learn that literally anyone can make a super hero movie, whether they should or not. We watched Mystery Men, who thought this was a good idea? How will your past stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Defender: Emily B Panel: Steve, Daniel, Madison,