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Collider is the top source for entertainment news, movie reviews, and industry analysis. Subscribe now for our film podcast hosted by senior editor Matt Goldberg and deputy editor Adam Chitwood, our animation editor Dave Trumbore's deep dive into the world of animated movies and television shows, and senior film reporter Jeff Sneider's look into the business of Hollywood. For all the latest in entertainment, be sure to visit us at Collider.com.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.9, 55 Ratings

Collider is the top source for entertainment news, movie reviews, and industry analysis. Subscribe now for our film podcast hosted by senior editor Matt Goldberg and deputy editor Adam Chitwood, our animation editor Dave Trumbore's deep dive into the world of animated movies and television shows, and senior film reporter Jeff Sneider's look into the business of Hollywood. For all the latest in entertainment, be sure to visit us at Collider.com.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
55 Ratings

55 Ratings

IsGreenawayGood ,

Fun and grounded

I appreciate the consideration Matt gives to a film's "target audience" in his thoughts about film such as "Vice" and "Jojo Rabbit." Few other mainstream critics seem to think about filmmaking as a rhetorical art that crafts a message for a particular audience. That said, my "hot take" is an against-the-grain-reading of a film, in which I entirely disregard the intended message and audience: 2018's "Peter Rabbit" is a poignant and profound study of depression. Domhnall Gleeson's performance as McGregor offers an acute portrait of a depressive individual unable to find a niche in the world.

O.Elkoton ,

Double Indemnity and Noir

Here’s a Smoldering Take for you: Double Indemnity is pretty freaking great. End of take. Seriously though, I’ve been in the mood to watch film noirs lately (I can’t imagine why things are going so well). So, I filled a major hole in my film education and watched Double Indemnity for the first time a couple weeks ago. I also blind bought Key Largo (Bogart and Bacal were Fire in The Big Sleep, I hope the same is true here) and From Here to Eternity (What a great title). I’m going to watch them this weekend I think. Speaking of The Big Sleep, I bought that too, and The Third Man. I’ve seen both of those but it’s been a long while. I remember loving The Big Sleep and “liking” The Third Man. I will rewatch both and hope that my lukewarm attitude on The Third Man was because I was young and stupid and not because Joseph Cotton is a boring actor. I will admit I bought all of these on YouTube because I don’t have a TV. The format didn’t diminish Double Indemnity, so I hope the same is true for the others. Sorry for the long email. P.S. Have you guys seen Motherless Brooklyn? How do you think it fits into the noir tradition?

P.P.S Second Hot Take: I think noirs might make a come back in the next ten years or so, because what other genre lends itself so well to our current climate? Ok, now I’m done. Thanks for indulging me.

Cheers,

Omar

akdjtyson ,

Part of my film watching experience

I’ve been trying to come up with a hot take, but I’m just not opinionated enough I guess? Anyways, didn’t want that to keep me from writing a review.

I love the Collider.com podcast, been listening a long time. I rarely watch big movies the weekend they come out, so I often listen to the podcast on the way home. Or soon after I watch on video. It’s a part of the movie experience for me, and the guys help me realize what it was I did or didn’t like about the film. I enjoy the mix of the traditional film reviewing with deeper discussions on cultural impact/influence and behind-the-scenes/making-of anecdotes.

I don’t typically like the unscripted, a-couple-of-white-dudes-talk-about-stuff kind of podcasts, but the extensive film knowledge and experience between Matt and Adam keep the conversation relevant and interesting. I wish they could do commentary for every movie I watch, but I’ll take whatever I can get.

Thanks for doing your thing guys, and doing it so well.

Can’t say I like the other shows on this channel, but that’s okay.

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