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Someone Else's Movie

By Norm Wilner

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SOMEONE ELSE'S MOVIE is just what it says on the label: Each week, an actor, director, screenwriter, critic or industry observer will discuss a film that he or she admires, but had no hand in making. Hosted by Norm Wilner, senior film writer for NOW Magazine.

Customer Reviews

THE motion picture podcast to listen to

Norm Wilner's SOMEONE ELSE'S MOVIE is just about the best film podcast around these days. Just two people (occasionally more) talking about a film that the guest likes for wahtever reason. As the guests are usually entertainment people who know whereof they speak, and Wilner is uncommonly intelligent and perceptive, with an exhaustive knowledge of the film history and production, the conversation is always fascinating. This is a podcast that traffics in sharp observations about the films at hand instead of a bunch of self-conscious twenty-somethings trying to one-up each other while exhibiting an ignorance of film history. Love this podcast which has become the high point of my week. Nice going, Norm.

BEST FILM PODCAST?

Yes. This is a movie analysis podcast that never panders, takes its time, and digs deep. These aren't reviews, nor excuses for snark or stand-up routines - they're wide ranging discussions (with lots of delicious tangents). The approach is respectful, erudite, and rich with the passions of both host and guest. O.K. I'm blah, blahing and not capturing what a great podcast this is. Give it a try.

Very fun podcast

What is more fun than listening to passionate, knowledgable people talk at length about your favorite movie?
Film critic Norm Wilner chats at length with a director, actor or other related creator about their favorite movie--one that they did not make. The films range from the blockbuster to the obscure and include art-house indies, cult classics and popular masterpieces from every decade.
My introduction was episode "Scott Pilgrim vs the World" with guest Jennifer Liao. The film is one of my favorites, and seems so light and simple and silly... why do I like it so much? As Wilner and Liao chat breezily and excitedly about everything that works from the casting and characters to the script and camera shots, I am shouting at my car radio, "Yes! Yes! Exactly!"
Each episode runs 40-60 minutes, and covers a lot of ground; what influences helped create a movie, what cultural impact it may have had, where the careers went of the actors or directors involved. Both affirming and informative, every episode I've listened to so far has been a treat.

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