Popcorn Tribunal

Popcorn Tribunal

Reading film reviews can be a bore. In today's society, we want instant gratification and true-life opinions on the films we see. Our cast of reviewers,Derrick, Tony, & Tyler, are not afraid to express their opinions and get straight to the point. We don't hold back. Be sure to visit us at popcorntribunal.com and let us know what you think. Find us on Twitter & Instagram @popcorntribunal and on Facebook and YouTube by searching "Popcorn Tribunal"... Show More

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August 11, 2020 55 min

In this episode, the boys experience the glory of Vampires Kiss, Con Air, and the seminal classic, Gone in 60 Seconds.  All starring Nicolas Cage and a few other, not so big name actors like Robert Duvall, Giovanni Ribisi, Angelina Jolie, and John Malkovitch, helping their careers suddenly explode once he worked with them.   

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In this episode we discuss Palm Springs, a bomb in the movie Relic, and Eurovision. 

Oh, and Tyler interrupts the show for a pee break and we just keep recording for glorious content. 

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June 28, 2020 57 min

Penis measuring contest commences.....

Blaha and Tyler have the cutest argument ever......and it goes on and on.....

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In this episode, the guys sat down to watch Robin Hood Men In Tights, A History of the World, and Blazing Saddles.  

Mel Brooks is an American director, writer, actor, comedian, producer and composer. He is known as a creator of broad film farces and comedic parodies.

Special Guest Michael Blaha joins us for this episode.  

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The guys take an episode to celebrate three movies from filmmaker Joel Schumacher, who passed away unexpectedly at the age of 80, on June 22, 2020. 

Tigerland has been called "....top tier of best movies about America's Vietnam experience.", while Falling Down was easily one of Michael Douglas' best performances, and everyone loved the ensemble cast of Batman Forever, except for Tony.   He didn't like Val Kilmer....

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In this episode, the guys address the current state of society and the chaos surrounding the outrage towards systematic racism, stemming from the heinous murder of black men and women by law enforcement officers.   

In the only way we know how, we address it by talking about movie-making, black directors, and movies with a social conscience.   Today's conversation centers around John Singleton's Higher Learning, Spike Lee...

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AUDIO NOTE: This episode was recorded via Zoom during the quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please excuse any audio Issues. 
In this episode the guys review three fairly obscure rock n' roll movies from the 70's and 90's.  Rock and Rule, a 1983 Canadian animated musical science fiction fantasy film, Get Crazy, a 1983 American musical comedy film, starring Malcom McDowell and Daniel Stern, and Phantom of Paradise,...

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In this episode, recorded via Zoom and streamed live on our YouTube channel, we review three movies that Derrick picked.   I, Robot, Ex Machina, and Minority Report.  

We will return with live recorded In-studio episodes soon!  Thank you for your support!

**Audio quality Is limited due to recording in quarantine. 

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April 18, 2020 46 min

In this episode, we contribute wholly to Tyler, and all of our anxieties about the current pandemic, by reviewing Contagion starring Dustin Hoffman, Outbreak starring Matt Damon, and World War Z, starring Brad Pitt.   

AUDIO DISCLAIMER: This was recorded using Zoom during the recommended social distancing time of the COVID19 pandemic.  This Is not representative of the quality of audio we prefer. 

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AUDIO DISCLAIMER: This was recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic, via Zoom.   It will not be the normal professional level we offer, but It's still a fun time.   Feel free to sync up your viewing of Tyler's all-time favorite movie. 

Stay Safe In these crazy times.   We love you all. 

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As the world seems to be going to hell In a handbasket around us, and we practice our social distancing, we review the last batch of movies we saw prior to the coronavirus outbreak.   The Hunt, Onward, Emma, a weird Peter Pan remake and others are on the slate.   **The audio quality of this episode may be lower than usual as it was recorded using Zoom.  

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In this episode, the boys talk a bit about Universal’s failed Dark Universe venture, Brendan Fraser’s glory days, Rachel Weisz’s eyebrows, and the glory that is Elizabeth Moss in The Invisible Man. 

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In this weeks episode we discuss The Notebook-Esque “The Photograph”, a not so fantastic Blumhouse’ Fantasy Island, and the blue ball of speed himself, Tyler Yahne.....oops, we mean Sonic the Hedgehog, and then we go downhill and discuss the Will Ferrel train wreck that is Downhill. 

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In this episode, we discuss Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey and the ups and downs of the DC movie universe.   We also discuss the highs and lows of the 92nd Annual Academy Awards show.  Oh, and we all discover that Tanqueray makes Vodka which Tyler drinks.......on the air.....

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In this episode, we discuss the last few films of January.   We talk about The Gentlemen, and Guy Ritchie paying his Hollywood dues, what a movie would look like when a still photographer decides to make a movie, in Gretel & Hansel.   We feel the beat of our hearts while talking about how much we didn't like The Rhythm Section, and Derrick & Tyler talk about Best Picture Nominee Parasite....but they don't really bec...

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Special guest Michael Blaha and the boys discuss more of the "F&%$ You, It's January" movie selection.  Dolittle, The Grudge, Just Mercy, Bad Boys for Life, and a surprise favorite, Underwater, are tossed around during the conversation, while Like a Boss sits on the shelf as a movie that could have been good, but was let down by poor writing.   

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January 6, 2020 74 min

In this season premiere episode, Tyler, Derrick, and Tony discuss Uncut Gems, starring Adam Sandler, another remake of Little Women, and we give a quick rundown of the results from the Golden Globes ceremony.   We also discuss gaybaiting in Hollywood, in a heated exchange between Tyler and Tony.  Definitely worth a listen. 

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December 29, 2019 69 min

In this episode, we welcome special guest Mike Blaha for a meeting of the minds with resident Star Wars specialist Tyler.  The discussion encompasses Rise of Skywalker and the rest of the Saga.  Give it a listen and thanks for such a big year!   See you in 2020. 

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December 27, 2019 74 min

In this episode, the cast welcomes Derrick’s better half, Hannah, in as a guest host.  We discuss A Marriage Story, two terrible movies, one lackluster Michael Bay effort, and the glory that is Black Christmas.  

Oh. And Tyler covers his ass with his classmates from college.  :-). 


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December 12, 2019 67 min

In this episode we eagerly awaited Ryan Reynolds.  But he never called in.  We forgive him.  We also talk about Knives Out, Frozen 2, The Irishman (Tony kept falling asleep) and others.  

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