Episode 65

Published on:

30th Apr 2021

Mortal Kombat (2021)

Mike and Dave are talking about a movie in this one! Don't worry though, its a video game movie.

The Bros are talking about the 2021 film Mortal Kombat.

Mike and Dave talk about the overall look of the world the game presents and how closely it adheres to the games. They then talk about the new main character created just for the film, Cole Young. Does his character work or should he have been replaced with maybe an established character from the games?

Mike and Dave then talk about the fighting in the film and the use of classic special moves and fatalities, which this movie gets very right. Then to wrap things up the Bros talk about what characters they'd like to see pop up the most in future sequels.

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About the Podcast

Two Player Bros
A podcast by two friends who play way too many video games.
A podcast by two friends who play way too many video games. Join Player One (Michael Butler) and Player 2 (Dave Cannon) as they preview and review games coming out for Xbox, Playstation, Nintendo, PC, and Vive as well as talk gaming news, tech, and the games of yesteryear in their "Retro Round 2" segments. All in a format like the gaming magazines they grew up reading. So sit back, flip the page, and enjoy 2pB!

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Michael Butler

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Michael Butler is an actor, writer, and content creator based on the East Coast. He is a graduate of Hofstra University where he studied Drama, Film, and English. Michael has performed in plays in and around NYC, from contemporary comedies to Shakespearean tragedies. He has also appeared in web series and short films and even produces audiobooks for Amazon’s Audible service.

A Co-Founder of Forgotten Entertainment, he also is the co-host and creator of numerous podcasts from the network, including his weekly series “Forgotten Cinema” with co-creator Mike Field, “Crackin’ One Open” with his fiancé Elyse Riekert, and “Two Player Bros” with David Cannon.

Dave Cannon

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