Join Lisha and Juliet as they bawl into their teacups during their reviews of Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019). From their tandem excitement over Nomad, battling it out over what was and wasn’t OOC, how badly Natasha was screwed over (sorry, Clint, but it shoulda been you, bud), and everybody shedding some tears (why is Lisha crying over Bruce, exactly?), pull up a bench (before they all get yeeted into the lake) and lend the lassies your ears!
Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org, www.metacritic.com, http://www.rottentomatoes.com, https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a27274694/avengers-endgame-black-widow-death-marvel-failure/ as well as a shitload of years of MCU watchin’ experience.
Here are the Tumblr posts Juliet shared: https://fandom-rants.tumblr.com/ and https://sno-caps.tumblr.com/.
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Join Lisha and Juliet as they delve into their reviews of The Avengers (2012) and Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) in a special Monday episode of Screen Tea Podcast! Back to something akin to their typical review format, lend the ladies your ears as Lisha DOESN’T CRY about Phil Coulson (she really doesn’t, though, even though she does lament a fuckton over JARVIS), Jules gets heated over unnecessary NatBruce feelings, and they both share a borderline unhealthy amount of adoration over production design and tech in the earlier Avengers films (although, perhaps not as unhealthy as Nick Fury’s bond with the helicarrier…)
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Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and even more importantly, welcome to MARVEL MOVIE MAY! Join Lisha and Juliet as they cover the second wave superstars of the MCU (the Incredible Hulk notwithstanding, but we’re not letting that mess with the concept!): Ant-Man, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, Black Panther and Captain Marvel. Put on the kettle and join the lasses as they Hulk out over that shitty Ed Norton movie, finally get on the same wavelength with a few of their film scores, and marvel (ha!) over all there is to love about Wakanda (which is fucking everything, and they’ll fight you about it).
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Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and even more importantly, welcome to MARVEL MOVIE MAY! Join Lisha and Juliet as they cover the MCU heavy hitters: Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and Spidey! Eleven film in ninety minutes, who the hell knew these two could be so succinct? Pop some corn, pull up a chair and listen in as Lisha (not so silently) judges Juliet for being HYPERCRITICAL of the Iron Man films, as Juliet waxes poetic about Ragnarok, and also as the two of them randomly become tearful over Bruce Banner who isn’t even a main focus this week? Also, there are surprise fruit snacks, so, you know.
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Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and even more importantly, welcome to MARVEL MOVIE MAY! Join Lisha and Juliet for the first of THREE FUCKING EPISODES as they break down their thoughts and opinions about the characters and actors within the Marvel Cinematic Universe! (They thought they could bang out 80 characters in one episode. Turns out what you’ve suspected all along is true; they are actually perpetually exhausted trash heaps with poor time management skills rather than human beings, so, you get three episodes!) Put on the kettle and listen to them bicker over who was right all along (was it Steve or Tony? Turns out; both and neither!), whether or not Anthony Mackie is the true Captain America, and also…just how did they manage to screw up Clint Barton so badly?
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Episode 11: Heroes
Episode 12: Sidekicks and Companions
Episode 13: Villains
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Join Lisha and Juliet as they fight through massive bouts of giggles, question reality and worship the ground Pattinson and Dafoe walk on in this week’s episode covering the 2019 film The Lighthouse. From gushing over glorious cinematography to questioning the merits of mermaid sex, they go a bit mad this week over Eggers’ sophomore major motion picture release. So grab a barrel o’ rum, pull up a chair and join ’em fer a lively conversation about a film involvin’ a lot o’ birds, drunken homoeroticism and…a disgusting fucking cistern.
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