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Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. The series is a weekly show giving you the US domestic numbers for the three day box office weekend! Join each and every week as they debate box office numbers including all the winners and the losers.

Box Office Breakdown Popcorn Talk Network

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7, 186 Ratings

Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. The series is a weekly show giving you the US domestic numbers for the three day box office weekend! Join each and every week as they debate box office numbers including all the winners and the losers.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
186 Ratings

186 Ratings

MickieG7 ,

Welcome back Neil!

When I heard Neil Plumley say, “On your left”, I teared up. It was great to hear the old Popcorn Talk’s gang (Amy, Frank, Kari & Neil) back together to discuss Avengers: EndGame and the week’s Box Office Breakdown. It was a brilliant show.

Jr.Barnes ,

If you don't fit their Agenda then you're out

Sadly, this show has become about promoting their own agendas in film and nothing to do with the actual quality of the films or the box office itself. The hosts claim to be INCLUSIVE... but in fact are EXTREMELY EXCLUSIVE unless a film fits into their prescribed agenda. It's a bit sad to see this once enjoyable podcast fall to such hyporcritical depths.

Case in point... in the most recent Podcast - March 18, 2018, the crew spends tons of time promoting 5th place "Love, Simon" and ZERO time discussing nubmer 3 "I Can Only Imagine." They blow by #3 so quickly, I had to go back and relisten to make sure they even mentioned it. (They barely did). But because that film doesn't fit the agenda they are pushing with these other (less successful) films, they just thow it away. Not even mentioning the cast, director, or anything.

This is only one example of their recent biases coming to rest full force in their show. Again, it's a sad drop in quality of this show. It was sure be nice to have some COUNTER-points every now and again. I hope they can turn it around because I USED to like this show. But if it continues to be a hypocritical and political agenda fest.. then I will move on to better podcasts.

NamHienNguyen ,

Sunk in quality over time. Neil ruined this show.

I was a longtime follower of this show, from the original hosting panel, through multiple reshufflings of the hosting panel, until now. I loved this show at first, but it's gotten worse as the hosts kept changing. It's sunken to such a dismal level that I've finally given up on the show. The promotion of Neil from the sound booth to the hosting table was the last straw. Neil is the worst. He tries way too hard to be funny and everything he ever says is kinda dumb.

And Frank is weird, because his demeanor actually seems kinda cheerful, but he's such a hater. He may be the most negative host on any movie-related podcast I've ever followed. Frank is so consistently negative that even though I have followed the show for years since he’s been on, I honestly still have little clue what his tastes in movies are, because he just gripes and complains about every single movie. Seriously, as soon as anyone mentions any movie title, whether old or recent, Frank will immediately, pretty much without exception, launch into a long list of complaints about that movie. Does he even like any movies at all? It's really hard to tell.

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