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John Barber and Pete Peterson are fascinated, infuriated, and gobsmacked by the art of cinema. In other words, they’re in love with the movies. Join them as they host this podcast about the joy, the disappointment, and the magic of film.

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    • 4.9, 12 Ratings

John Barber and Pete Peterson are fascinated, infuriated, and gobsmacked by the art of cinema. In other words, they’re in love with the movies. Join them as they host this podcast about the joy, the disappointment, and the magic of film.

    Fixed In Post: Quarantine Edition

    Fixed In Post: Quarantine Edition

    In this special Quarantine edition of Fixed in Post, host John Barber recruits some new blood. He is joined by Chris Thiessen, Director of Sales & Event Programming at the Rabbit Room, and they cover two of John's favorite films—Children of Men and Phantom Thread. Will Chris end up with the same affection for them that John has? Spoiler alert: yes and no.

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    • 56 min
    Our Favorites of 2019

    Our Favorites of 2019

    John Barber and Pete Peterson look back at the year in film and start making some lists. A list of favorites? Yep. A list of disappointments? Yep. Lists everywhere. It was the best of years, it was the worst of years (and John Barber is mostly wrong).

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    • 1 hr 35 min
    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Love him or hate him, Quentin Tarantino has always been a provocative director. In his newest film he takes a look back at the Hollywood of the late '60s with its hippies and westerns and Bruce Lee and even a little bit of The Great Escape. There's a lot to discuss, and only one thing is certain: Tarantino provokes Pete Peterson and John Barber to profoundly different reactions.

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    • 48 min
    Keen on Tolkien?

    Keen on Tolkien?

    There’s been some negative press about the new Tolkien biopic starring Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins, and a lot of folks have shied away from the film due to rumors of how the film might have been mishandled. The legacy Read More ›

    • 41 min
    Jordan Peele’s Terrifying Vision of Us

    Jordan Peele’s Terrifying Vision of Us

    Jordan Peele made a big splash with his first film, Get Out. Now he’s back with Us. It’s taking theaters by storm and, yes, we have thoughts. Is Peele the new Hitchcock? How is Us about us? Is it better Read More ›

    • 24 min
    Our Favorites of 2018

    Our Favorites of 2018

    We’re kicking off this first episode by looking back at the year in movies. Spoiler Alert: the Oscars would look a LOT different if we were in charge.

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

glipperfish02 ,

Christopher Robin!

I’ve loved listening to this podcast, it is great fun, so I’m giving it five stars. However, I must say that I don’t agree with their review of Christopher Robin. At all. Not one bit. 🤷🏼‍♀️
Christopher Robin was a beautiful film, highlighting family, imagination, and innocence. My kid siblings, my parents and I all loved and enjoyed this film. It is not dull or boring, and I’ve heard from a variety of people and ages who enjoyed Christopher Robin. I’m just throwing this out there so that listeners aren’t deterred from a fabulous movie. :)

jannerW. ,

I LOVE Christopher Robin

So, I’ve only listened to one episode and it’s great fun, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it.
However, I am a little mad, because they happen to be tearing apart a movie that is very dear to me; Christopher Robin.
It was such a simple, beautiful, innocent movie, I can’t imagine anyone actually thinking that it was a failure or clunky or that no kid would like it. My brother and sisters(ages 7, 10, 14) love it. Not to mention my parents and adult sisters. I never watched the original Winnie the Pooh as a kid, so it’s not nostalgia or sentiment. It was simply an amazing movie.

Funny thing is, I disliked Mary Poppins. It was bizarre and odd. The songs are quite forgettable and overall it was only “bleh”
Apparently we all have different tastes😜
Anyway, just wanted to let everyone know that they should feel free to watch Christopher Robin, not everyone brutally hates it:)

Jen Rose Yokel ,

A fun podcast for film lovers

The Rabbit Room Podcast Network is full of good stuff, but this mayyyyy legit be my favorite. Even though I haven't seen most of the films they've talked about, I love listening to Pete and John analyze, celebrate, and sometimes argue about movies. (Spoiler Alert: sometimes they have opposite opinions, but they aren't rude about it)

If you're looking for a thoughtful take on the art and craft of cinema, pick an episode with a film you're interested in and check it out!

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