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Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado and top Canadian entertainment

It's a national holiday in The Truth North Strong and Free, but that doesn't mean Jason and Shawn take the time off. There's a show to present for your ear holes!!

And yes, this is once again an extended edition of Friday's segment, where The Basement Boys joined Howie Reimer on the Radio NL 610AM Kamloops Morning Show to talk movies worth watching this weekend.

So the boys do chat the surprise sequel Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado, plus their favourite Canadian actor, song and TV show, in honour of the July 1 Canada Day holiday. What are Jason and Shawn's choices? Stick with us!

And stick around for content created just for this podcast, with conversations that range from the death of Vinnie Paul to the Tomb Raider reboot, Helix to the upcoming Mark Wahlberg action flick Mile 22, and more.

And all you gotta do is push play and listen!

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