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By Kempenaar & Larsen / Panoply

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Weekly film podcast and WBEZ radio show from Chicago featuring in-depth reviews, top 5 lists and interviews. Hosted by Adam Kempenaar and Josh Larsen. Part of the Panoply Network.

Customer Reviews

Great show for getting ideas for interesting films to watch

These two Chicago movie nuts have a different way of looking at films than I do. It is interesting to get their take on films that I have watched, or ones that I have alway been told are benchmarks in specific styles. It is interesting to watch these films and then listen to their thoughts on what makes these films work, or what causes them to miss the mark. I do not agree with these two all the time. Matter of fact, it is about 50/50. But they justify their view points very well. If I wanted to listen to opinions that were the same as mine, I can do that while I shave in the morning.

A Must for all Movie Fans

One of the best podcasts out there - always the first one I listen to once it downloads. If you love movies then listen to this show by fans and movie lovers for fans and movie lovers. Always interesting discussions while not losing sight of why film continues to entertain, enchant and educate us.

Like Vintage Siskel and Ebert

Adam and Sam remind me of Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel when they started "Sneak Previews" on Chicago's public TV station decades ago. They actually discuss worthwhile movies instead of making snap judgements about whether this week's teen comedy is above or below par for the genre. They foster a sense of geeky film community through listener feedback and do it all with self deprecating wit.

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