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Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “Anatomy of a Movie” (AOM). Each episode of AOM centers upon one movie title where an expert panel of hosts, from different facets of the industry, dissect every aspect of that particular film from casting to acting, writing to directing and cinematography to editing. AOM is not a a movie review or critique. Rather it is a movie companion, offering deeper insight into the film.

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    • 3.6, 80 Ratings

Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “Anatomy of a Movie” (AOM). Each episode of AOM centers upon one movie title where an expert panel of hosts, from different facets of the industry, dissect every aspect of that particular film from casting to acting, writing to directing and cinematography to editing. AOM is not a a movie review or critique. Rather it is a movie companion, offering deeper insight into the film.

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5
80 Ratings

80 Ratings

Greenrhino8 ,

Good discussion, runs long

I like everyones point of view and the discourse. The episodes run a little long in my opinion, but there is never wasted conversation.

Jr.Barnes ,

Would be so much better without Phil and Marisa

I like that they break down the films as much as they do. But... Phil Svitek is such a terrible host. Ugh. He comes across very pretentious and when real conflict occurs he quickly runs away from it, thus ruining the interesting part of film discussion. Marisa just seems like a novice reviewer of the Snapchat generation and quite often comes across very movie illiterate. Her voice and her opinions come across extremely annoying. The podcast does work hard to try to delve into many aspects of filmmaking, but overall, they could use better hosts.

philboots ,

Game Night

How did they not recommend the after the credits scene. We get to learn a critical fact alluded to the entire film in a clever hilarious way. Did none of them stay in the theater? Shame on you.

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