After a long journey to the very corners of Texas, Henry managed to get his hands on one of the fabled Space Cokes. Does it live up to the hype and warrant a two part segment over two episodes, or will its mediocrity drown us all into a wash of less than stellar content? Only time will tell in this particular episode, fams. We also have the latest Fast and Furious and Venomverse news as there are only two media properties we discuss any more. We’ll find better content soon, we promise, right here on Zero Credit(s).
Monthly Archives: April 2022
Welp, the Fast X news starts coming and it don’t stop coming. This week we’ve got two more big updates for the Fast and Furious franchise. We promise we’ll talk about something else soon, but in the meantime, there’s just so much going on surrounding the penultimate film of this time honored, historic film franchise. Not mentioned in this episode because it was announced literally the next day: The 10th movie is called Fast X. We didn’t know that when we filmed, so be prepared to hear us say Fast10 way too much. Apologies in advanced. We’ve got all your FFCU news, right here on Zero Credit(s).
Seldom does it happen that John and Henry both see a movie in the same timeframe without planning to do a Supplemental Reading. This is one of those times. Independently, John and Henry saw Everything, Everywhere, All at Once by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert and both of them came to the same conclusion: this movie warrants a SupRed. Please do yourself a favor if you haven’t seen this movie yet and go see it. Words will not do it justice, and neither will this episode. That being said, here is Zero Credit(s)’ best effort to try to discuss this phenomenal film starring Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Jenny Slate, Biff Wiff, and James Hong, among others.
Everything’s back to normal this week on Zero Credit(s), so let’s catch up a little on some of the news we missed. The Fast and Furious franchise has a couple of big announcements for their upcoming last film in the series ever and another film series covered on this show has a monstrous announcement as well. I will now spend the rest of my time listing alternative titles for this episode: Mr. Momoa’s Wonder Momoaporium, AQM (A Qua Man), Chris Pratt is Reviving the Holy Magisterium, It’s Me, Spider Mank, At Least a Couple Wise Men, There Will Be an Ass.
It’s been a while since the last one of these, but it’s just Henry this week on Zero Credit(s) presents a Less Than Zero and boy does he have a lot to talk about. The Oscars happened and for once, it wasn’t totally irrelevant due to unpredictable actions from the rich and famous with little to no consequences. Amazing. Also mentioned but never really discussed: Elden Ring. Is this a good episode? Will people listen to just Henry talk endlessly into the abyss, waiting for a response that will never come? I don’t know, and frankly, it fills me with anxiety. It’s all here, this week on a Less Than Zero.