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Lost in Criterion


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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


It's an interesting idea, mediocre execution

Bright, but..

If I wanted to sit around and listen to conversation of two bright but completely uninformed guys having a conversation on a topic in which I am interested but don't let me get a word in, I'd go back to high school.

Don't get me wrong, they're smart and sincere but I don't get anything out of this I wouldn't get from listening to two likeable but random dudes discuss a movie they'd just seen.

I don't expect a directors commentary, but I do think you want to be just a bit informed on the background, context, etc of stuff you are talking about if you assume you're NOT just talking to your best bud.

Fulfills its Mission

Two good friends staying in touch and exploring a library of movies in a methodical and sometimes moving way.

Don't listen to this podcast for any other reason than to hear two very engaging gents who are expanding their film knowledge and appreciation together. This isn't film school, its film discovery and thoughtful discussion that makes you wish you were there with them.

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