After years of actual squabbling in theaters before press screenings, a tight knit group of Seattle film critics have finally gotten out of their comfy movie chairs to create a long discussed but never produced Podcast on cinema, we call this the Cinema Squabble.
Cinema Squabble: Episode #97
In this episode Sara, Adam and Steve compare notes on The Rhythm Section, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and Birds of Prey. Hint, it’s a strong showing for women in cinema in this episode. Then discussion of Oscar 2020, … Continue reading →
Cinema Squabble: Episode #96
In this episode Steve, Adam, and Sara get down to the first squabble of 2020 for discussion on 1917, Bad Boys for Life, and The Gentlemen, plus further talk about the 2019 awards circuit and where the voting groups and … Continue reading →
Cinema Squabble: Episode #95
In this episode Steve and Adam are joined by Mike Ward, President of the Seattle Film Critics Society and founder of shouldisee.it to discuss Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Little Women, Bombshell, and Cats. Then we dig in to … Continue reading →
Cinema Squabble: Episode #94
In this episode Steve, Sara, and Adam get down to brass tacks about Frozen II, Ford v. Ferrari, Honey Boy, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, The Aeronauts, and Knives Out…And, if that’s not enough, how’s about a little friendly … Continue reading →
Cinema Squabble: Episode #93
Sara and Adam sit down to look deep into the souls of the Terminator: Dark Fate, Harriet, Midway, Last Christmas, and Doctor Sleep. Curiously, one of those films is sitting at the top of the favorite pile for both….Which one … Continue reading →
Cinema Squabble: Episode #92
After long hiatus the squabblers (That Guy John, Tim Hall, and Adam) are back to compare notes on Joker, Dolemite is My Name, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Gemini Man, and The Lighthouse. Moving in to heavyweight cinema time, opinions will … Continue reading →
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A Must-Hear for Movie Lovers
A saavy trio of critics discussing the latest releases with authority and wit. They've clearly done their homework, and their knowledge of movies is impressive. Cinephiles will also enjoy the off-the-cuff references to masterpieces like "Manos: The Hands of Fate."
Thanks Cinema Squabble for the insightful commentary and keep up the great work!
Brings a smile to my day
Cinema Squabble is a great mix film criticism and delightful humor.
An enjoyable squabble of friends, revealing movies, sometimes ones you don't expect or haven't heard of! It's great that your opinions balance each other out and I love the rating system.