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Every week, movie fanatic Jon Negroni and film critic Will Ashton debate the biggest and best films coming to theaters and streaming online. They may not always agree, but one thing's for sure. They're both Cinemaholics.

Cinemaholics Cinemaholics

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7, 42 Ratings

Every week, movie fanatic Jon Negroni and film critic Will Ashton debate the biggest and best films coming to theaters and streaming online. They may not always agree, but one thing's for sure. They're both Cinemaholics.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

skipper fox ,

Favorite episode yet

I finished Seven Samurai for the first time (so good!) in anticipation of the extra milestone episode. So glad you had Sam on this, and I love all three of these guys' insights. Now I want to go back and watch the movie again with even a larger appreciation for it, thanks to these wonderful cinemaholics.
Also, how the heck is Sam just 19?

dave frm et ,

Superb but subjective

I can not believe I’m saying this but I look forward to Monday when I can hear this podcast. It is well thought and articulate.
The thing that makes this podcast different is it’s got different views form different kinds of people Will (the critique) who doesn’t give in to popular obsession and tell you exactly what’s on his mind wether you love it or not, Jon (all rounded movie fan) who is mostly optimistic about movies and try to find beauty even in worst movies, Maveryke ,I had to copy that from the description,(non movie goer with a little knowledge about movies) who’s just learning about movies I suppose.
Now, let’s talk specifics, the reason that led me to say it’s subjective is I guess art as a whole is subjective and I might hate what everybody seems to love but after hearing them tear ozark to pieces I thought we shouldn’t agree on all things as is frequently witnessed between Jon & will.
I love how they take comments seriously and continuously try to improve themselves. I also love how they break a movie and examine the characters, the cinematography, the script, the cast and all other things and it is refreshing to hear their views on the featured reviews. I also love their news segment and movies coming-up next week.
What I don’t like: I know they have to remain unbiased but sometimes it doesn’t hurt to hear them rate a movie A or A+ especially Will Ashton whose ratings never pass mostly C & B. Maybe there hasn’t been a good movie in these two years but I have yet to hear them praise a movie and give it an A.
I’m personally not fond of the rushed conversations usually towards the end. I don’t know if they have a time limit or something but it’s never quite fun to hear them brushing up topics that deserve more time. Maybe it’s a time management issue but I’ve seen some of the podcasts stretch to nearly to 2 hours so either give it the time it requires or don’t bring it up at all.
With that being said had I been living in any county that supports PayPal or any online payment mechanism I’d seriously consider being a patron as this podcast is growing and need our help.
Love from Ethiopia
Dawit (read as da...wit)
Thanks

dave frm et ,

Superb but subjective

I can not believe I’m saying this but I look forward to Monday when I can hear this podcast. It is well thought and articulate.
The thing that makes this podcast different is it’s got different views form different kinds of people Will (the critique) who doesn’t give in to popular obsession and tell you exactly what’s on his mind wether you love it or not, Jon (all rounded movie fan) who is mostly optimistic about movies and try to find beauty even in worst movies, Maveryke ,I had to copy that from the description,(non movie goer with a little knowledge about movies) who’s just learning about movies I suppose.
Now, let’s talk specifics, the reason that led me to say it’s subjective is I guess art as a whole is subjective and I might hate what everybody seems to love but after hearing them tear ozark to pieces I thought we shouldn’t agree on all things as is frequently witnessed between Jon & will.
I love how they take comments seriously and continuously try to improve themselves. I also love how they break a movie and examine the characters, the cinematography, the script, the cast and all other things and it is refreshing to hear their views on the featured reviews. I also love their news segment and movies coming-up next week.
What I don’t like: I know they have to remain unbiased but sometimes it doesn’t hurt to hear them rate a movie A or A+ especially Will Ashton whose ratings never pass mostly C & B. Maybe there hasn’t been a good movie in these two years but I have yet to hear them praise a movie and give it an A.
I’m personally not fond of the rushed conversations usually towards the end. I don’t know if they have a time limit or something but it’s never quite fun to hear them brushing up topics that deserve more time. Maybe it’s a time management issue but I’ve seen some of the podcasts stretch to nearly to 2 hours so either give it the time it requires or don’t bring it up at all.
With that being said had I been living in any county that supports PayPal or any online payment mechanism I’d seriously consider being a patron as this podcast is growing and need our help.
Love from Ethiopia
Dawit (read as da...wit)
Thanks

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