Episode 142 | ”Maze Runners”
On this episode of the MalloryBros. podcast, the guys start with a conversation about J. Cole's recent releases, in which he refers to potentially retiring. The guys speak to the unknown future of Hiphop and who will take the reigns after the Big 3. They then speak to Chris Rock's latest stand up and have a conversation again about Will Smith and Chris Rock, and speak to Chris' response to the Oscars moment, a full calendar year after the event. The guys then speak to Rolling Loud and the performances, including Uzi's set that drew controversy. On the heels of "Creed III"'s release, the fellas answer the question about the comparison of Jonathan Majors, to the likes of Denzel Washington. Terrell gives testimony to the film and Michael B Jordan's debut as a director. The guys have interesting situations arise via this weeks "Course of Action". This leads to some notable advice from Terrance about dealing with the struggles of loneliness. The guys give suggestions for Movies this week, as well as a monthly read recommendation from Terrance. Lastly, they speak again to the latest with Ja Morant, the idea of haters, and a challenging code of ethic that has the community by the tongue. That and more on this week's episode of the MalloryBros. podcast.
Movie Suggestion of the Week:
Terrance | "Murdaugh Murders" | Netflix
Terrell | "Cocaine Bear" | In Theaters
"The Body Keeps the Score"