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Critics at Large is a weekly culture podcast from The New Yorker. Every Thursday, the staff writers Vinson Cunningham, Naomi Fry, and Alexandra Schwartz discuss current obsessions, classic texts they’re revisiting with fresh eyes, and trends that are emerging across books, television, film, and more. The show runs the gamut of the arts and pop culture, with lively, surprising conversations about everything from Salman Rushdie to “The Real Housewives.” Through rigorous analysis and behind-the ...
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Cube Critics

Minnesota Public Radio

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From Minnesota Public Radio News, MPR News producers Samantha Matsumoto and Aron Woldeslassie share a passion for movies. Each week, they take a break from their day jobs to talk about what they've seen lately.
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(Pod)Cast of Critics

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They like movies. They like TV. And they like overthinking it. Welcome to the Podcast of Critics - a film & TV review show where a cast of so-called ”critics” led by hosts Garrett & Ashley take you through varying franchises and thematically linked series of movies and shows - giving you the takes you didn’t ask for, but never knew you needed.
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Casual Critics Podcast is hosted by Becky and Presley Baker, mother and daughter duo, who have lively conversations from surprisingly similar perspectives despite the age difference – although they do disagree occasionally. They believe that most people are interested in stories on multiple subjects. The pair dive into some of today's most interesting and current topics on culture, entertainment, sports, politics, life, love, and more, unfiltered, and somewhat funny, showing how all things a ...
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The Unsolicited Film Critics

Katie and Grace, resident film experts

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Have you ever watched a movie and had an unpopular opinion that you were afraid to voice? Well, you've come to the right place. We're here to give you all the unsolicited critiques that you never wanted or even asked for. In this season, we're braving the morning commute and reviewing the daily grind of office life. Welcome to The Unsolicited Film Critics, Season 4: The Workplace. Find us on Instagram & Threads @theunsolicitedfilmcritics
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A-League Couch Critics

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The A-League Couch Critics are two Football loving mates who review the ins and outs and going-ons of the round ball game in Australia from their couch. We offer a fans perspective on the A-League and invite you to join along in our discussion. The podcast is the audio taken from our Vodcast over on YouTube, and that's where you'll get the best version, however the podcast might be easier for those who like to listen to football chat on their daily commute. We hope you enjoy! Hosted on Acast ...
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The Backseat Critics: The Movie Review Podcast

The Backseat Critics: Movie Reviews

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Hello! We're the Backseat Critics: a family friendly movie review podcast.We watch and discuss movies that you should generally steer clear of.Join hosts RJ & Andrew as they dive into the world of movies and see what they say!If you like our podcast, or have any questions/suggestions - send us a message or follow us on Instagram @thebackseatcritics. Shoot us an email at thebackseatcritics@gmail.com.Thank you!
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Friendly Critics

Friendly Critics

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Friendly Critics is a lighthearted but critical examination of movies and television shows from any decade and any genre (expect horror). Join a group of friends and revolving guests as we analyze and reflect on popular and under-the-radar content from the entertainment realm.
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Ridiculously unproductive NERD movie talk that is occasionally deep and entertaining. We call ourselves "Kinda Movie Critics" because we 'kinda' are and we're 'kinda' not, we're just a bunch of nerds that like to watch movies. #KMCPodcast #KindaMovieCritics. Hosted by: Treezy | Martin | Leezy | Chandler | Kory (Subscribe and tell us how UNCOOL we are.)
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Critics Circle

Critics Circle

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The Critics Circle provides a weekly in-depth look of the newest films and commentary on current film news and rumors along with insightful interviews with filmmakers, critics and artists presented by leading members of the Houston film critic community.
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HiFi Critics

HiFi Critics

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A grassroots group of concerned citizens committed to taking action. We challenge the conventional wisdom and entrenched interests to serve their constituents.
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Simple Critics

Simple Critics Podcast

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Two Mexican boys discussing the latest film releases. Sometimes we have guests, sometimes we don't. Sometimes we know what we're talking about and often we don't.
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The Unqualified Culinary Critics

The Unqualified Culinary Critics

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The Unqualified Culinary Critics is a podcast that centers around young adults discussing food and culture. Follow us on our socials: Instagram (@unqualifiedculinarycritics) and Twitter (@unqculcrit) to know when new episodes air.
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Unpaid Movie Critics

Becky Fixel & Mike Sametz

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Two friends in different parts of the movie industry talking about movies from the past, celebrity encounters and what's in theaters now. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/unpaid-movie-critics/support
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Dueling Critics

Chicago Public Media

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Dueling theater critics Kelly Kleiman and Jonathan Abarbanel discuss the latest stage productions and dissect the best — and the worst — of Chicago's theater scene.
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Bravo Critics

Bravo Critics

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Welcome to Bravo Critics! This is THE place where we discuss pop-culture news and all things Bravo. We’ll also have interviews with some really cool people, including some of our favorite bravolebrities. So grab a cocktail and hang with us. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bravo-critics/support
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Discount Film Critics

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Why pay full price when you can have great film discussion at a discount? Join Ray and Ryan your Discount Film Critics as we have fun talking about unique films and pass the savings on to you! Follow us on TikTok: @discount_films
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Forsooth! Amateur Film Critics

Jeremiah & Jereth

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Forsooth! Amateur Film Critics podcast - amateur critics moviepass the hell out of films and review/chat about them after. Also, Forsooth Pictures (indie film studio) news. Give it a listen if you love movies! Warning: there will be spoilers
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Critics Play Games

Critics Play Games

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Critics Play Games all started from the IDEA that we FILM CRITICS needed a place to talk about VIDEO GAMES. On this channel, you will have a wide panel of VIDEO GAME DISCUSSIONS in which we review, revisit, and play all sorts of games! Watch the video version at Youtube.com/CriticsPlayGames
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Unlikely Critics

Carbon Dioxide Network

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Electronic social media allow us to relate to people with our podcast and videos and post. Unlikely Critics will never truly have a fixed topic, although we will often deal with movie reviews, internet videos, current political events, celebrity gossip, bs issues, personal anecdotes, comics and humor. It is defined by a stream of consciousness style. Hope everyone enjoys what they see, read and hear from us.
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Fly Me to the Moon (2024) Director: Greg Berlanti Writer: Rose Gilroy Starring: Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johannson, Woody Harrelson, Ray Romano In this episode, we dive into the romantic space adventure Fly Me to the Moon, where Channing Tatum and Scarlett Johansson take us on an interstellar journey filled with love, laughter, and Woody Harrelson'…
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In an essay published earlier this month, Andrea Skinner, the daughter of the lauded writer Alice Munro, detailed the sexual abuse she suffered as a child at the hands of Munro’s second husband, Gerald Fremlin. The piece goes on to describe how, even after Skinner told her of the abuse, years later, Munro chose to stay with him until his death, in …
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This week on the podcast we start by discussing some of the smaller new releases we've seen recently (Kinds of Kindness, MaXXXine, Robot Dreams). After that we get into an initially non-spoiler discussion about our thoughts on this year's most hyped horror film: Longlegs. A warning is given before we get into spoilers! Our question of the week: Wha…
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Bennett and Cas discuss the tools they use to investigate various frauds and scams. Coverage from Protos of an entity fraudulently pretending to be associated with Tether can be found here. Here's a list of tools used in this episode: OpenCorporates Companies House EDGAR FinCEN Crunchbase RECAP PACER The New York Times Wayback Machine BuiltWith Eth…
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Don't let the title of the episode fool you - the tornados may suck but this movie sure doesn't! Join the cast on a wild ride across Oklahoma as we kick off a new series featuring '90s Disaster Movies, starting with a conveniently (and not at all intentionally) timed pick that has a sequel coming out this week: the 1996 classic - Twister! All music…
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"Being John Malkovich," the 1999 film directed by Spike Jonze and written by Charlie Kaufman, is not just a movie; it's a head-spinning, mind-bending, existential joyride into the surreal. If you ever thought your life was weird, this movie is here to say, “Hold my puppet.” Let’s crawl through the low-ceilinged portal and explore the wonderfully bi…
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Raheem "Mega Ran" Jarbo joins Harold Goldberg and Ronald Gordon to talk about the creative process, teaching & education, Mega Ran's origin story, Nerdy People of Color, and much more.Donate to NYVGCC’s Playing With Purpose games writing program at NYGameCritics.com/donate.Playing With Purpose brings journalism and narrative writing classes direct …
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Cube Critics Max Sparber and Aron Woldeslassie discuss a 1996 film shot in California but set in Minnesota and season four of “The Boys.” The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. Click here. ‘Mary Jane’s Not a Virgin Anymore’ “Mary Jane’s Not a Virgin Anymore,” a poignant film by the late Minnesota filmm…
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Send us a Text Message. Patrick Bateman isn’t your average young and wealthy New York investment banker in the 80s. He’s so much more than that. He cares about slowing down the nuclear arms race, stopping terrorism and world hunger, providing food and shelter for the homeless, opposing racial discrimination, promoting civil rights, while at the sam…
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Send us a Text Message. Can controversial officiating truly alter the course of a game? Join us on this week's episode of the Backseat Critics as we reexamine the dramatic fourth quarter of the 2002 Western Conference Finals Game Six. We break down every contentious call, from the illegal screen to the series of questionable fouls, and debate their…
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Starting this year, there's been a major change to how the Australia Cup draw will look. Brad and Sogg are back together to discuss the situation, alongside the new prizemoney in the AFC Champions League. Follow us on Twitter/X: https://x.com/ALCouchCritics Follow us on Facebook: / alcouchcritics Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more info…
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Forrest Gump (1994) Directed by Robert Zemeckis Written by Eric Roth Starring Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, Sally Field, Gary Sinise, Mykelti Williamson Release Date July 6th, 1994 Slow-witted Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) has never thought of himself as disadvantaged, and thanks to his supportive mother (Sally Field), he leads anything but a restricted life…
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Welcome to another thrilling episode of the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast! This week, we dive into two highly anticipated 2024 releases and revisit a cult classic from the 1980s. Here’s what we have in store: New Releases: MaXXXine (2024) Director: Ti West Writers: Ti West, Mia Goth Stars: Mia Goth, Elizabeth Debicki, Kevin Bacon, Giancarlo E…
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In 1954, a young David Attenborough made his début as the star of a new nature show called “Zoo Quest.” The docuseries, which ran for nearly a decade on the BBC, was a sensation that set Attenborough down the path of his life’s work: exposing viewers to our planet’s most miraculous creatures and landscapes from the comfort of their living rooms. On…
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In the final episode of our Disney Channel Original Summer series, Garrett and Ashley race to the feminist finish line with the X-TREMELY thrilling Motocrossed from 2001, following "Andi" as she takes on the man's world of motocross - where gender barriers are smashed, engine-repair records are broken, and one poor dude's sexuality gets severely qu…
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Ah, "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," the 1982 classic that's less a movie and more a time capsule from the era of big hair, Van Halen, and the eternal struggle of high school existence. Directed by Amy Heckerling and penned by Cameron Crowe, this flick isn’t just about fast times; it's about the real times of teenage life in the early '80s. So, let’…
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Cube Critics Max Sparber and Matt Mikus discuss a brand new ‘60s outlaw motorcyclist film and a film about really big robot that feels like it was written by a robot. Listen here The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. ‘The Bikeriders’ “The Bikeriders,” directed by arthouse filmmaker Jeff Nichols, follo…
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Reality television has generally got a bad rap, but Emily Nussbaum—who received a Pulitzer Prize, in 2016, for her work as The New Yorker’s TV critic—sees that the genre has its own history and craft. Nussbaum’s new book “Cue the Sun!” is a history of reality TV, and roughly half the book covers the era before “Survivor,” which is often considered …
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On this delayed episode of Secondhand Film Critics, we discuss a variety of the things we've been watching over the past month, from new releases (Inside Out 2, Thelma, The Bikeriders) to old (Fear Street trilogy, Everybody Wants Some, Midnight Cowboy). Also in this episode: Noah's thoughts on The Bear Season 3, the thing that makes most online mul…
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Featured Reviews: A Quiet Place (2018) Directed by John Krasinski Starring John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Noah Jupe, Millicent Simmonds Release Date: April 6, 2018 A Quiet Place Part II (2020) Directed by John Krasinski Starring Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe Release Date: March 8, 2020 A Quiet Place: Day One (2024) Direct…
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Welcome, dear listeners, to the wonderfully wacky world of "Transylvania 6-5000," a film that dares to ask the question: What happens when you mix classic monsters, '80s humor, and a plot thinner than Dracula's cape? Released in 1985, directed by Rudy De Luca, this movie is a comedic take on the monster genre that will leave you bewildered, bemused…
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Cube Critics Jacob Aloi and Kyra Miles discuss a home renovation show with a drag queen and a romance that wasn't very romantic. The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. Click here. ‘Trixie Motel: Drag Me Home’ This week, I tuned into “Trixie Motel: Drag Me Home,” featuring the fabulous Ojibwe Midwest dr…
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There’s arguably no better time for falling down a cultural rabbit hole than the languid, transitory summer months. On this episode of Critics at Large, Vinson Cunningham, Naomi Fry, and Alexandra Schwartz discuss how the season allows us to foster a particular relationship with a work of art—whether it’s the soundtrack to a summer fling or a book …
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Wolf (1994) Directed by Mike Nichols Starring Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, James Spader, Christopher Plummer, David Hyde Pierce Release Date June 17th, 1994 After being bitten by a wolf in rural Vermont, aging book editor Will Randall (Jack Nicholson) finds himself full of youthful vigor. Randall then discovers that he's been fired and replac…
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In Ashley's pick for our Disney Channel Original Summer series, we watch Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior - THE action-packed girl power flick of 2006 that's surprisingly culturally resonant in between all the catfights, cappuccinos, and Kung Fu. (Also Ashley cries in this episode so there's that) All music composed by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) L…
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Welcome to Episode 627 of the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast! This week, we dive into three new releases and revisit a cult classic. New Releases: The Exorcism (2024) Director: Joshua John Miller Writers: M.A Fortin, Joshua John Miller Starring: Russell Crowe, Ryan Simpkins, Chloe Bailey, David Hyde Pierce Release Date: June 21, 2024 In "The E…
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Cube Critics Jacob Aloi and Aron Woldeslassie talk about a Shakespearean drama at a Renaissance Festival and a pretty good comedy special. The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. Click here. ‘Ren Faire’ “Ren Faire” is a three-part documentary series streaming on Max, which delves into the ongoing power …
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Speed (1994) Directed by Jan De Bont Written by Graham Yost Starring Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock, Dennis Hopper, Jeff Daniels, Release Date June 10th, 1994 Los Angeles police officer Jack (Keanu Reeves) angers retired bomb squad member Howard Payne (Dennis Hopper) by foiling his attempt at taking hostages. In revenge, Payne arms a bus with a bomb …
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In recent years, as our culture has embraced therapy more widely, depictions of the practice have proliferated on screen. On this episode of Critics at Large, Vinson Cunningham, Naomi Fry, and Alexandra Schwartz trace the archetype from the silent, scribbling analysts of Woody Allen’s œuvre and the iconic Dr. Melfi of “The Sopranos” to newer portra…
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New Releases: Bad Boys Ride or Die Directed by: Adil and Bilal Starring: Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Vanessa Hudgens, Eric Dane Release Date: June 7th, 2024 When their late police captain gets linked to drug cartels, wisecracking Miami cops Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett embark on a dangerous mission to clear his name. Inside Out 2 Directed by: Ke…
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Brandon Henriquez joins Ryan O’Callaghan and Ronald Gordon to talk about Video Game Amateurs, the NYC Gaming Community and how VGA went from Smash Tournaments to making an exclusive Bronx Brewery Beer: Power Up IPA.Donate to NYVGCC’s Playing With Purpose games writing program at NYGameCritics.com/donate.Playing With Purpose brings journalism and na…
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It’s a confusing time to travel. Tourism is projected to hit record-breaking levels this year, and its toll on the culture and ecosystems of popular vacation spots is increasingly hard to ignore. Social media pushes hoards to places unable to withstand the traffic, while the rise of “last-chance” travel—the rush to see melting glaciers or deteriora…
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Pick a card? No, pick ME! The cast set the stage for their Disney Channel Original Summer series with Garrett's pick: Now You See It - an obscure Disney Channel gem brimming with true magic, mystery, a plot to decapitate a teenager, and uh...friendship or something? All music composed by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commo…
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Send us a Text Message. Do you have questionable morals or malleable convictions? Are you willing to give up your dignity and set aside empathy and sympathy towards others in need? Are you willing to stage crime scenes just for your benefit? Do you even have empathy? If any of these sound familiar, then a job in Nightcrawling might be the job for y…
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This week on the pod we discuss Furiosa, as well as Mad Max Fury Road, since that's what people are talking about these days (two weeks ago). After that's out of the way we dive into the good stuff, like the 911 season finale, Anyone But You (6 months after it released), and a review of the new Twenty One Pilots album. Is this still a movie podcast…
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Cube Critics Alex V. Cipolle and Max Sparber discuss a show about women in comedy and a movie about an English coastal town rocked by a string of obscene letters. The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. Click here. ‘Hacks, Season 3’ The third season of “Hacks” on HBO Max continues to explore the comedic…
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Directed by Penny Marshall Written by Jim Burnstein Starring Danny Devito, Mark Wahlberg, Gregory Hines, James Remar, Cliff Robertson Release Date June 3rd, 1994 After getting canned from his advertising job, down-and-out divorcé Bill Rago (Danny DeVito) gets a gig teaching English at a nearby army base. There, he takes on a group of underachieving…
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Send us a Text Message. Can Vin Diesel's immortal witch hunter really save the day, or is the plot just as cursed? Join us as we kick off with a hilarious yet critical review of "The Last Witch Hunter." We uncover everything from the witch queen's outrageous claims about the Black Plague to the puzzling presence of her immortal heart. Elijah Wood's…
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“Hit Man,” a new film directed by Richard Linklater, is not, in fact, about a hit man. The movie follows Gary Johnson (Glen Powell), a mild-mannered philosophy professor who assists law enforcement in sting operations by posing as a contract killer—and playing on the expectations stoked by Hollywood. On this episode of Critics at Large, Vinson Cunn…
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Welcome to Episode 625 of the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast! In this episode, we dive into our Top 5 Movies of 2024 thus far. Join us as we discuss the standout films that have captured our attention and made an impact this year. New Movie Review In a Violent Nature (2024) Directed by: Chris Nash Written by: Chris Nash Release Date: May 31, 2…
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Bennett and Cas discuss Justin Sun's empire, and the fact that he does not seem to have enough money. Additional resources: Protos coverage of Poloniex and WBTC Protos coverage of USDD reserves at HTX Protos coverage of TrueUSD market-cap collapse Protos coverage of false Diplomatic Immunity Protos reporting on stUSDT This episode was recorded on M…
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