Podcast - July 6, 2017 Fictional FrontiersJuly 10, 2017
Back with another edition of the Fictional Frontiers podcast. My "defense" of why I don't think Spider-Man: Homecoming is the best movie of the year (or the summer, for that matter) but why I don't dislike it as much as it might seem. Also, the change in the director's chair for Han Solo and a few comments about the latest (and unfortunately, probably not last) Transformers movie.
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