John Hall joins the crew to talk a little about the original Avengers, Avengers: Endgame (no spoilers), and to half recall this Ghost Rider movie he barely watched once.
The FCF crew gathers to examine the first true pillar of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 2012's The Avengers. Allen and Gerald hash out their very different feelings on the work of Joss Whedon, and Gerald finds an unlikely ally in Lacey Day.
The crew watches Jon Favreau's 2011 film, Cowboys & Aliens, featuring a ridiculously stacked cast headlined by Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford. Witness, as we learn how an ultimately mediocre film was born from the ultimate Hollywood/comic book scam.
The crew celebrates John Hall's birthday with a decisive agreement on the merits of the 2011's Joe Johnston directed Captain America: The First Avenger. Conversation careens wildly between the film at hand, the lesser moments of the career of Tommy Lee Jones, the varying values of shout-outs from celebrities via Cameo, and much more.
Alan Hardy joins the crew to discuss one of the biggest disappointments he's ever faced as a fan of superhero films. 2011's Green Lantern, directed by Martin Campbell and starring Ryan Reynolds, is a cavalcade of bad decision making, questionable editing, and poor writing, from a team of filmmakers that really should have known better.