In 2015, the comic book adaptation “Kingsman: The Secret Service” opened to divisive - but mostly favorable - reviews. Some critics appreciated the movie’s hyper-violent reimagining of a Bond-esque spy agency; others found it sadistic and in poor taste. Adam and Josh... skipped it entirely. This week, they caught up with it for a review of the new sequel “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” Plus, Adam's interview with Kogonada, director of "Columbus," the acclaimed new film starring John Cho (and some famous Modernist buildings).
0:00-4:02 - Billboard
4:02-30:30 - Review: "Kingsman: The Golden Circle"
Dead Pretties, "Confidence"
32:59-41:58 - Cruise Poll / Listener Feedback
41:58-53:02 - Massacre Theatre: Impenetrable Accent Edition
53:02-1:22:31 - Interview: Kogonada
1:22:31-1:25:58 - Close
Why Hollywood should stand with immigrants in the industry by fighting for DACA.
Wall Street Journal personal tech columnist Joanna Stern is back talking the new iPhone SE and whether it can help Apple keep its grasp on the tech consumer. Plus, a look at the trouble at Twitter. Can it ever win back its lost followers?