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The Adam Glass and John Patrick Owatari-Dorgan, attempt the sisyphean task of watching every movie in the ever-growing Criterion Collection and talk about them. Want to support us? We'll love you for it:

Customer Reviews

Fantastic podcast

If you're a fan of The Criterion Collection or movies in general then this is the podcast for you. The hosts discuss and break down the films in a fun, engaging way that includes their honest opinions on the successes (or sometimes lack thereof) of the movies in this collection. The sound quality is usually excellent (particularly when factoring in the two hosts physical distance from one another) and they have a playful, off the cuff way of bantering that is both engaging and laid back. I also appreciate their great chemistry, which makes even their podcast on terrible films (Armeggadon, anyone?) well worth listening to. Highly recommended. Give this podcast try, you'll be glad you did.

Not good…not bad…just...

I started listening to this podcast wondering if these two had any education in film and after a few episodes I’d be shocked if they did. I had to unsubscribe after about 10 episodes as nothing said was all that informative or interesting. It seems that unless the film follows comfortable convention, they are just confused and angry. One of them (Pat maybe) said ‘weird’ roughly 35 times in each episode where the film is ‘weird’ and it gets a bit irritating. I know they’re friends but Adam should strike out on his own as I see promise in his film criticism skills.

Good concept, but get to the point...

This is a good concept, but lots off of topic rambling. Could be much better if they started on topic and stayed on topic.

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