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Da Couch Tomato Podcast Season 2 Episode 3, discussing The Matrix Resurrections, and how we are undecided as to how we feel about it. Nagpaka-meta na rin sila rito, and pati ang filmmakers may mga jab sa sarili nila. May rant din si Rachel about 'yung make-up ni Niobe. And yes, magaling sina Jonathan Groff at Neil Patrick Harris, pero nasaan si Laurence Fishburne? May shinare din si Sting about how much the Matrix means to him, especially noong unang lumabas ito.

Sting Lacson's rating: 7/10
Rachel's rating: 6.8/10
Final ating: 6.9/10

 


Da Couch Tomato Podcast Season 2 Episode 2, discussing the latest MCU film Eternals, having a cast with different ethnicities, how Marvel can reference DC in its canon, and what it’s like to be watching again in the cinemas.

Sting Lacson's rating: 7.9/10
Rachel's rating: 7.6/10
Final ating: 7.75/10

 


Da Couch Tomato Podcast Season 2 Episode 1, discussing Denis Villeneuve's film adaptation of Dune, why the earlier film adaptations don't matter, and how Dune has influenced the science fiction genre.

Sting Lacson's rating: 9.1/10
Rachel's rating: 8.9/10
Final ating: 9/10

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Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 50, discussing HBO's limited series Mare of Easttown, why the limited series is the best kind of long-form, and why whodunits are just awesome.

Sting Lacson's rating: 9/10
Rachel's rating: 8.7/10
Final rating: 8.85/10

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Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 49, discussing the Netflix Filipino animated series Trese, why this is a huge leap forward for Filipino representation, and our thoughts on Filipino stories being told on the global stage.

Sting Lacson's rating: 8.5/10
Rachel's rating: 8/10
Final rating: 8.25/10

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Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 48, discussing the 93rd Academy Awards, how the Oscars is like the NBA Finals for cinephiles, and why the streaming giants are treated like little boys by the studios.

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Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 47, discussing Promising Young Woman, the timeliness of films like these, and the deeply-embedded culture of male dominance.

Sting Lacson's rating: 8/10
Rachel's rating: 7.4/10
Final rating: 7.7/10

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Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 46, discussing Pixar's Soul, why Pixar made a film about Mexicans first before African-Americans, and the difference between passion and purpose.

Sting Lacson's rating: 8/10
Rachel's rating: 7.9/10
Final rating: 7.95/10

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Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 45, discussing Wonder Woman 1984, why we don't agree that it was the worst movie of 2020, and why it didn't quite nail the feel of the 80s.

Sting Lacson's rating: 7/10
Rachel's rating: 7.3/10
Final rating: 7.15/10

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Da Couch Tomato Podcast, Episode 44, discussing the Christopher Nolan film Tenet, the real payoff of not using computer-generated special effects, and how Sir Michael Caine doesn't seem to need to audition for a Nolan movie.

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