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Weekly movie podcast with tons of laughs as we examine the greatest moments in movies.

Customer Reviews

Mistake-filled show

This is an embarrassingly bad show. These hosts keep making ignorant mistakes throughout the entire show. They repeatedly mispronounce actors’ names. They referred to one movie’s music composer as a “guy,” even though it’s actually a woman who composed the music - and they even read her name aloud, without realizing it was a woman’s name. They mistakenly thought that some completely unrelated movies were all part of the same series, even though they’re not connected at all. They keep misremembering details from the movies they watch, such as claiming a character was not part of a scene, even though the character was clearly there - or asking dumb questions such as, why didn’t a certain character do something to intervene in a certain scene, even though that character was in a completely different city at the time. The sad thing is, they blame the movies for not making sense, or for being confusing, and then they give the movie a bad rating, even though it’s obvious that the reason they didn't understand the movie is their own fault for not paying attention to the plot at all. To conclude, the biggest problem with these hosts, worst of all Melissa, is their apparent complete failure to comprehend anything about the movies they’re reviewing. Anyway, I’m not listening to this podcast ever again... And Melissa needs to learn to stop saying “like” every other word.

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