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The Picture Show: Movie Reviews and Discussion

By Mach 5 Network

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Description

The Picture Show is Mach 5 Network's movie show where hosts Jason Zimmerman and Jacob Lee review and discuss movies and movie news for fellow movie lovers like yourself. Subscribe and tune in for discussions on new movies that just opened in theatres, older movies from the movie vault, movie news and coming attractions. They also have conversations with great guests who make these wonderful movies.

Customer Reviews

Nice Liam Neeson Impersonation!

While this will never fill the Yeah It's That Bad void that has been left in my iPod & in my heart, at least you don't use profanity like some other crappy podcast about movies that's unfortunately still out there. I will continue to download & listen. Thanks!

-Wendy

Move along

When the host of a movie review podcast says they aren’t a “big foreign language film person” I know I can stop listening because I will not be missing out on any form of interesting film discussion. So, because you don’t feel like reading subtitles you’re just going to deny yourself some of the greatest films ever? Yeah, bye.

Interesting criticism muddled by offensive jokes

I've been listening to the podcast each week at work, and it started off interesting. But it's slowly been veering into using cheap, offensive jokes as a way to get a laugh. The long Uwe Boll bit where one of the hosts spends way too much time w/ a fake and stereotypical German accent comes to mind. As well as the constant references to female actors and deeming them amazing due to a crush on them, as opposed to their talent. And that's not mentioning other offensive jokes that are peppered in throughout. Which is a shame because it really is interesting, as a lover of "art house" films who generally agrees with "leading critics", to hear a general critics' appraisal of a film contrasted with that of an average movie-goer.

That being said, I would give it a chance (and I will listen to a few more episodes to see if these problems correct themselves in any way, but I'm not holding out hope), but keep this in mind if you're particularly sensitive to these subjects. There is definitely something special to be had here, and if they could take more care in what they say, then it would be a vastly more interesting and worthwhile show.

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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