Half Measures Podcast

Daniel Whiting-King & Paul Knauer

Your weekly 'what to watch' podcast. Hosted by two New Zealanders, Daniel Whiting-King & Paul Knauer. New episode every Friday. halfmeasurespodcast.com

111 - Is the juice worth the squeeze?
Apr 8 2022
111 - Is the juice worth the squeeze?
Join us for another week of laughter, TV shows, streaming, movies and all things entertainment. THIS WEEK WE'RE TALKING Movies Catfight (2016)Mission Impossible III (2006) Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011)A Quiet Place Part II (2020) TV Shows Shetland (S6)Ozark (S4 - Part A) Top Boy (S2 on Netflix, or S4 on IMDB) MOVIE OF THE WEEK & PEAK PERFORMANCE Catfight (2016). Sandra Oh, Anne Heche, Alicia Silverstone, Amy Hill, Damian Young, Ariel Kavoussi, Stephen Gavedon and Titus Burgess. Directed by Onur Tukel. And finally our Peak Performance nominations are in for Willem Defoe. EPISODE TITLE This weeks episode title is dedicated to the cast and crew of Top Boy. Top Boy seasons are a little confusing, but let me break it down for you. If you're watching on Netflix you'll see Top Boy as Season 1 & 2, but if you're looking on IMDB, you will see four seasons of Top Boy. The reason for this is the original seasons have been retitled Top Boy: Summer House (2 seasons), also on Netflix in NZ. They're a little older. Then Drake, yes the rapper, came along and was like, bruv. I've got the P's, let's get this back on the air. So in some places it's considered a soft reboot, but it's actually a continuation of the story. Look, just watch Summer House and then Top Boy. Thank me later, bruv. RUNNING ORDER 03m04s | What we've been watching35m53s | Movie of the week: Catfight48m05s | News & Mailbag57m48s | Peak Performance: Willem Defoe GET IN TOUCH Support us on PatreonFollow us on InstagramTweet us @HalfMeasuresPodChat with us on DiscordFollow us on FacebookBuy our merch on TeeSpringVisit our website halfmeasurespodcast.com This episode of the Half Measures Podcast is brought to you by our Patreon Producers: Samara King, Tricia Brady, Diana Knauer and Linda Tavner.