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Fat Guys at the Movies

By Fat Guys Network

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Are you ready for a revolution in film criticism? Kevin Carr hosts the syndicated radio program Fat Guys at the Movies, with podcasts of the show available through iTunes each week. Kevin gives a unique perspective on film beyond the snobby, pretentious art-house circles. Do you like big event films with lots of awesome explosions? Or maybe you like a standard chick flick. Of course, Kevin is always there to appreciate an exploitation movie with copious amounts of boobs. Hear an everyday guy – who happens to also be a film critic – chew the fat about the latest movies, home video releases and trends in pop culture entertainment.

Customer Reviews

Good producton but bad reviews

I've listened to Kevin Carr for a while, and I enjoy the way this podcast is packaged together. However, his opinions on movies run no better than what you could get from what you overhear in your office any day of the week. He judges actresses on their age and appearance over their talent, and he thinks that actors who play characters are good actors while those who play a certain type are bad. He also gets cranky when people give their political opinions but loves to give his own, and he derides other critics who post negative reviews on populist movies as 'clickbait' when he himself is one of the most deliberately contrarian of film reviewers out there, going out of his way to champion films that are getting lambasted on RT, while hating on those that are nearly perfect. I've tried to give him the benefit of the doubt because he has a pleasant delivery and covers a lot of ground as a reviewer, but if I can't trust his taste in movies, and I question if he actually means what he says or if he's just trying to generate traffic, I can't find any reason to put up with polluting my earholes with his opinions any longer.

Movies and TV too

This is a great podcast for not only movie fans but tv fans as well. The host give good honest reviews and add in enough humor to make each podcast unique. Kevin Carr seems like an every man giving reviews that typically reflect that of a father, which I appreciate. Neil Miller is always there to give his 2 cents, well if he has seen the film. Both Kevin and Neil have great chemistry and when they include a guest host that person always brings a fresh take to the podcast.

this is a poscast

I'll listen to it and get back to you

Fat Guys at the Movies
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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