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Each episode, one of the boys presents an overlooked film they love, and tries to convince the other of its misunderstood genius. The two debate its merits and discuss how it was made and whether it belongs in the pantheon of cinematic greats. You Should Watch This with Ed and Simon began as a series of drunken conversations between two film-loving friends who were constantly recommending forgotten and unloved movies to each other. With the help of sound, editing and music maestro David, a podcast was born. Season 1 introduces us to eight unique, brilliant films and Season 2 is coming hot on its heels to bring even more recommendations for unmissable films into your life.

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Charming, informative and fun

I learned a little more about Ray Liotta today, and a lotta more about costume designer Norma Moriceau. Really engaging, informative and funny podcast. Despite not knowing the film before, I finished up with a strong sense of it (without the feeling that I'd had its major plot points gutted out). I look forward to finding out about more overlooked hits & near-misses with this pair. Not sure what the beef with Wes Anderson was about though.


Yes, inspiring! Not quite like a TED talk... rather than become a microfinance entrepreneur, just makes you want to watch these great movies again - or for the first time even, though maybe not recommended that way around. Keep up the quality, looking forward to this journey!

Ps. Michael Kimino = Michael “Chi mee no” :)

You Should Listen To This

If you're a movie fan this entertaining and informative podcast is a must listen - whether you've seen the films under discussion or not. It reminded me of BBC Radio 4's Saturday Review - a good thing - but it's funnier and has the time to discuss each film in welcome depth.

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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