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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Welcome back to the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast! This week, we're diving deep into the Planet of the Apes franchise, reviewing every single movie from this iconic series. Join us as we explore the sociological themes, cinematic achievements, and unforgettable moments that have defined the Apes saga. Planet of the Apes (1968) This sci-fi cla…
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The rap superstars Drake and Kendrick Lamar have been on a collision course for a decade, trading periodic diss tracks to assert their superiority—but earlier this month the long-simmering beef erupted into a showdown that said as much about the artists as it did about the art. On this episode of Critics at Large, Vinson Cunningham, Naomi Fry, and …
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Send us a Text Message. Ever imagine Kevin Hart donning Snow White's iconic dress or Jack Black swinging Red Riding Hood's basket? That's the sort of hilarity you'll encounter as we, your irreverent guides RJ and Andrew from Backseat Critics, celebrate the riotous "Avengers: Grim Time War." Our latest episode isn't just a love letter to the film; i…
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This week on Lunchtime Movie Critics, we explore the 1985 sci-fi film, D.A.R.Y.L.. A film that explores the concept of artificial intelligence placed in the android body of a child. It's a sci-fi adventure for the whole family. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lunchtime-movie-critics/message…
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Young hot people making poor decisions, being chased by the undead, ritual sacrifices and gambling on the outcome of the lives of others. Just another typical day at the office, am I right? Join Katie and Grace as we try to avoid bringing about the end of the world in The Cabin in the Woods (2011). Find us on Instagram & Threads @theunsolicitedfilm…
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This week Chris, Obi and Glenn review the first few episodes of Amazon's series Fallout as well as look back at 3 Body Problem. Obi takes us through 'charlatan' Civil War and the trio break down the latest Deadpool & Wolverine trailer. Follow us on social media. We are YACpodcast17 on X (Twitter) and Your Average Critics on Instagram and TikTok. Fi…
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On this episode of Secondhand Film Critics we cover all the things we've been watching recently, including the Tobey Maguire Spiderman re-releases, new movies (The Fall Guy, Challengers, Civil War), and our excitement for the upcoming "Twisters!" Our question of the week: Forgot again we are the worstOur Socials:Website: https://secondhandfilmcrit.…
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In our fourth episode of Friendly Critics, Adam, Ben, and newcomer Frank analyze the science fiction movie Arrival by director Denis Villeneuve. Join us on another episode as we take a look at what might be a timeless entry into the broader genre.על ידי Friendly Critics
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Ben Starr joins Ryan O’Callaghan and Jade Entien to talk about Final Fantasy XVI: Rising Tide and how a lifetime of theater led to landing Clive Rosfield.Donate to NYVGCC’s Playing With Purpose games writing program at NYGameCritics.com/donate.Playing With Purpose brings journalism and narrative writing classes direct to schools. Participating stud…
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Cube Critics Regina Medina and Max Sparber discuss a miniseries about the killing of Lincoln and a psychedelic action film set in India. The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. ‘Manhunt’ “Manhunt,” streaming on Apple TV+, is an engaging historical drama series that captures the intense pursuit of John W…
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Dream Lover (1994) Directed by Nicholas Kazan Written by Nicholas Kazan Starring James Spader, Madchen Amick, Larry Miller "Not long after they cross paths at an art gallery, Ray Reardon (James Spader), an architect, and hypnotically sensual Lena (Madchen Amick) are married with children. Only then does Ray catch his wife in escalating lies, which …
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Send us a Text Message. Ever wondered what would happen if Eddie Murphy had skipped "The Adventures of Pluto Nash"? We've got you covered! Join us as we put Eddie Murphy's filmography under the microscope, starting with the laughably ambitious flop "The Adventures of Pluto Nash." We crack jokes about Murphy's multiple roles and take a playful jab a…
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Over the past several years, true crime’s hold on the culture has tightened into a vice grip, with new titles flooding podcast charts and streaming platforms on a daily basis. This week on Critics at Large, Vinson Cunningham, Naomi Fry, and Alexandra Schwartz take stock of the phenomenon, first by speaking with fans of the genre to understand its a…
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In this episode of the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast, we dive into a captivating array of films that promise to enthrall audiences with their unique stories and stellar performances. Featured Films: 1. "Jeanne Du Barry" (2024) Directed by: Maiwenn Written by: Maiwenn Starring: Maiwenn, Johnny Depp Synopsis: Step into the captivating world of …
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Cube Critics Jacob Aloi and Alex V. Cipolle discuss dystopian media. The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. ‘Fallout’ “Fallout” is a new TV series on Amazon Prime, inspired by the beloved video game series of the same name. While I wasn’t deeply immersed in the Fallout games growing up — mostly watchin…
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Threesome (1994) Directed by Andrew Fleming Written by Andrew Fleming Starring Josh Charles, Lara Flynn Boyle, Stephen Baldwin Release Date August 8th, 1994 At a sizable public college, high-minded student Eddy (Josh Charles) is forced to room with the slovenly Stuart (Stephen Baldwin), but the pair strike up a surprising friendship. When attractiv…
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From “Raging Bull” to “A League of Their Own,” films about athletes have commanded the attention of even the most sports-skeptical viewers. The pleasure of watching the protagonist undergo a test of body and spirit, proving their worth to society and to themselves—often with a training montage thrown in for good measure—is undeniable. Luca Guadagni…
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Send us a Text Message. These week are are diving into an early 2000s classic: FREAKY FRIDAY?! Will they get freaky? No. But it's worth a listen just in case. Be sure to hit like if you like this podcast. Email us at: thebackseatcritics@gmail.com Find us on Instagram at TheBackseatCritics. Follow us @BackseatCritics on Twitter. Also be sure to foll…
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Welcome back, fellow movie buffs! This week on the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast, we delve into a trio of cinematic experiences ranging from the hauntingly fresh to the timelessly classic. Join us as we dissect, discuss, and debate the latest releases and a beloved gem from the past. 1. "Boy Kills World" (2024) Director: Moritz Mohr Writer(s)…
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Unsatisfying day jobs, numerous animal roommates, dreaming about being the world’s greatest puppeteer and wanting to escape your daily doldrums by jumping into someone else’s head for 15 minutes. And so we pose this question to you: where would the portal to your mind be located? Join Grace and Katie as we jump on the chance to be someone else in B…
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Cube Critics Max Sparber and Alex V. Cipolle discuss a film about a Minnesota legend and … they really don’t know what. The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. Click here. ‘The Claw’ This documentary should be distinguished from another recently reviewed title, “The Iron Claw,” a tragic look at a southe…
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Welcome back, film aficionados, to another riveting episode of the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast! This week, we're diving into a captivating array of films that promise to ignite your imagination and keep you on the edge of your seat. Strap in and join us as we dissect the latest releases and revisit a timeless classic. Feature Films: The Peo…
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Send us a Text Message. This week we are diving in on a remake of a classic: Planet of the Apes! Directed by Tim Burton, released in 2001. Is this movie too bananas for us? Let's find out on this weeks movie review. Movie stars: Mark Wahlberg Helena Bonham Carter Tim Roth Estella Warren Paul Giamatti Michael Clarke Duncan Rick Baker Kris Kristoffer…
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It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's Secondhand Film Critics back again to save film criticism! In this episode we get into what we've been up to in the past several months, how the podcast will look going forward, and probably talk way too much about TV and video games for a podcast that's supposed to be about movies. Our question of the week: Lite…
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Abubakar Salim joins Harold Goldberg and Kimari Rennis to talk about the release of Tales of Kenzera: Zau and how grief and African myth helped shape the game.Donate to NYVGCC’s Playing With Purpose games writing program at NYGameCritics.com/donate.Playing With Purpose brings journalism and narrative writing classes direct to schools. Participating…
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Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) Directed by Mike Newell Written by Richard Curtis Starring Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, Kristen Scott Thomas, Rowan Atkinson, John Hannah Release Date April 15th, 1994 Lovable Englishman Charles (Hugh Grant) and his group of friends seem to be unlucky in love. When Charles meets a beautiful American named Carrie (…
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Cube Critics Jacob Aloi and Max Sparber discuss a return to a 1980s franchise and an Estonian hard rock martial arts comedy. Click here. The following are capsule reviews edited from the audio heard using the player above. ‘Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire’ “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” is a vintage continuation of the beloved franchise, directly follow…
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“Civil War,” Alex Garland’s divisive new action flick, borrows iconography—and actual footage—from the America of today as set dressing for a hypothetical, fractured future. Though we know that the President is in his third term, and that Texas and California have formed an unlikely alliance against him, very little is said about the politics that …
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Welcome back to another thrilling episode of the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast! This week, we dive headfirst into a battle of arachnids with our special feature: Giant Spider Civil War. From tiny terrors to colossal creatures, we've got it all covered. Plus, a classic spider invasion film to round out the web of excitement. Join us as we spin…
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In the third episode of a new podcast from the creator of "Unscripted Study" comes a rather surprising discussion around two of the more recent Mission Impossible installments. Join in on the conversation around perhaps one of the more compelling action movie universes.על ידי Friendly Critics
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Andy Sachs is not like other girls and she’s most certainly not like the girls who work themselves to the bone in the cut throat yet glamorous world of fashion. At least not yet. Join Katie and Grace (and our special guest Ally) as we done our cerulean sweaters and attempt to claw our way to the top of the Runway food chain. All the while combating…
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Clifford (1994) Directed by Paul Flaherty Written by Jay Dee Rock, Bobby Von Hayes Starring Martin Short, Charles Grodin, Mary Steenburgen, Dabney Coleman Release Date April 1st 1994 Leprechaun 2 (1994) Directed by Rodman Flender Written by Turi Meyer, Al Septien Starring Warwick Davis Release Date April 8th, 1994…
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Cube Critics Max Sparber and Alex V. Cipolle discuss documentaries featured at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, “No One Asked You” and “The Fishing Hat Bandit.” Plus a web- and podcast-only extra roundtable of other MSPIFF films, featuring Alex V. Cipolle, Caitlyn Speier and Jacob Aloi. The following are capsule reviews edited …
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Monkey Man (2024) Directed and written by Dev Patel, "Monkey Man" is a thrilling tale of redemption and revenge set in Mumbai. Dev Patel stars as Anand, a former underworld enforcer seeking a fresh start after serving time in prison. However, when his past catches up with him and threatens his loved ones, Anand is forced to confront his demons in a…
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Send us a Text Message. 00:00 Intro 03:05 Minute Summary 04:44 If an alternative toy came to life 10:09 Small Soldier movie discussion 51:19 Final Thoughts Be sure to hit like if you like this podcast. Email us at: thebackseatcritics@gmail.com Find us on Instagram at TheBackseatCritics. Follow us @BackseatCritics on Twitter. Also be sure to follow …
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Since the turn of the millennium, HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” has slyly satirized the ins and outs of social interaction. The series—which follows a fictionalized version of its creator and star, Larry David, as he gets into petty disputes with anyone and everyone who crosses his path—aired its last episode on Sunday, marking the end of a twelve-s…
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