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The Movielicious

By frenchspin

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Description

Enjoy witty banter about cool movies (and crappy ones too) from Patrick, Turpster and Nicole. The Movielicious is movies, barely reviewed...

Customer Reviews

Quality

Turpster – Pros: • Hilarious. • Witty. • I enjoy when he compares what does and doesn’t work in regards to movie types depending on the audience watching the movie (I.E. Americans like this … British like this…) Con: • If you’re a Fan of Turpster as am I you know that he can sometimes get out of control to the point where it isn’t funny anymore, but luckily Patrick and Nicole are here to rill him back in Patrick – Pros: • Patrick, brings a sense of maturity and professionalism to the show • I enjoy the way Patrick dives deeply in to the reviews he presents interesting and new ways of interpreting characters, plots, and story devices. Con: • Hmmm He is French and at times can be snobby lol Nicole- Pros: • Nicole is very funny and interesting to hear her voice her opinions on movies, especially when the co-host disagree. • The chemistry between her and Turpster is a riot to listen to. • Nicole does not play the typical role of female host she is smart, funny, and holds her own with witty comments with the guys. (My Favorite by the way !) Con: • She enjoyed the movie “Gamer” meaning she has either made her credibility suspect or has recently received blunt trauma to the head J/k.

This is an honest review, not a fanboy review.

As a fan of the previous podcasts involving the principals here, I was eager to give Movielicious a shot. The potential for a great show is here: multinational hosts, each with a good amount of geek-cred, and great personalities. Turpster exercises restraint in his running commentary that often plagued the WoWInsider Show, and is an insightful, articulate movie reviewer whose excitement clearly shows. Nicole is the buffer of the two foils of Beja and Turpster, and makes all the difference. Great credit must be given to Patrick, who manages to keep the show on track, as this show avoids the derailment on tangents that other non-professional podcasts suffer. There are issues with the show, however. Patrick 's humor or interpretation doesn't translate well all the time, and the listener can become infuriated about a statement when that is not what he intended. Also, Patrick sometimes gets facts about a movie completely wrong in his introductions, basing his statements on his interpretation rather than facts from a reliable source. The best recommendation is to avoid the early shows. If you start at the beginning, you may never get to the recent episodes after sheer frustration. This podcast is like good scotch: it gets better over time.

Great but some faults

I really enjoy this podcast as long as Nicole isn't speaking. Patrick and T are hilarious. Nicole is painful to listen to. When she is asked her opinion, you have to wonder if she is just learning the English language. She may be a very intelligent woman but when it comes time for her to voice her opinion... its just damn painful.

The Movielicious
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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