In time for the weekend, Glenn Beck and the guys talked about the latest box office hits Friday on “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
Glenn recommended “A Dog’s Purpose,” which he recently saw with his daughter. “This one is worth seeing,” he said of the drama that tells the story of a dog’s experience living multiple lifetimes.
But the biggest movie this weekend by far is of course “Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2,” which opened Friday. Glenn, Pat Gray and Jeffy Fisher all praised lead actor Chris Pratt, who was first noticed in his role on TV’s “Parks and Recreation,” and was a huge hit with the first “Guardians of the Galaxy” film. Part of the Marvel universe, “Guardians of the Galaxy” centered on a team of unlikely heroes who take on a mission to save the universe.
Glenn hoped that Pratt would never wander into the realm of politics — even if he came out as a conservative.
“So good, so likable,” Glenn said of the actor. “And Chris … I don’t ever wanna hear your political opinion. Even if you agree with everything I say, I don’t wanna know it.”