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I Have Some Notes

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Description

Join Colin MacIntyre (The Long John Index) and Gregg Beever (Inglorious Hipsters) as they examine Hollywood's most mediocre movies and discuss how to fix them. How could the Man of Steel been less of a Man of Heel? What could Ghostbusters II have done to make bustin' feel good again? What could have made Star Trek: Generations a film for a…generation? All these answers and more on I HAVE SOME NOTES!

Customer Reviews

Fun & Thoughtful

It's been a long time since I've been able to find a movie podcast that does something interesting - this is definitely it. Rather than simply dig around in the familiar, I Have Some Notes revisits older films and ponders ways to change or improve them. While interesting (and funny) on it's own, the 'cast is actually a very clever form of film criticism, inviting listeners to really think critically about what they watch. Definitely worth listening!

A Unique Premise and an Entertaining Take on Movie Culture

Colin MacIntyre and Gregg Beever are the hosts of the I Have Some Notes podcast. Each month, they takes a really bad movie that, in their opinion, had potential and put it through a vigorous podcasting notes process to try to turn it into something better. As they say themselves, they aren’t always successful but they give it a noble try every time. It’s a unique premise and a very entertaining take on movie culture.

Such a fun premise

Sure, it's fun to complain, but why not be constructive with your snark? That's the approach of the I Have Some Notes collective, and it makes for an enjoyable listen. I also appreciate the Side Notes episodes to up my cultural literacy.

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  • Category: TV & Movies
  • Language: English

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