After taking April off, the Cook St. boys are back to discuss Michael Bay’s newest opus: Pain & Gain. While there is a lot to talk about when it comes to Michael Bay, Mark Wahlberg, and The Rock, there is ample time spent on Sandra Bullock’s greatest hits, what it means for a movie to […]
We don’t just like making films; we like talking about them, too! Our Rotten Potatoes podcast, sponsored by Sexpot Comedy, is a chance to hear the Cook St. guys play improv games, answer questions from fans, and bet on the Rotten Tomatoes score for a new movie coming out. You can stream/download all previous episodes on SoundCloud.
After Justin dissects the CGI love triangle that was Oz the Great and Powerful, the boys do their best to feign interest in the just-released G.I. Joe: Retaliation, mostly out of support for star Channing Tatum. Despite all the telltale signs (The Rock, the plot, some guy named Zartan) of a terrible film, Nate maintains […]
The whole gang is here to dissect the release of 2013’s first ‘big’ movie: Oz the Great and Powerful. Mostly this means discussing their problems with James Franco and how he is contractually obligated to m********e in every film. Also, Evan gives his review of A Good Day To Die Hard.
“Should we do a podcast?” is a rhetorical question most unemployed comedy troupes ask themselves at one point. Cook St. Productions begins their podcasting career with a simple gimmick: bet on the Rotten Tomato scores of movies coming out in theaters. First Up: A Good Day To Die Hard