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Each week on The Cine-Files we enter the world of great film and explore its ideas, history, filmmakers and the influences it has on movies today

The Cine-Files Steve Morris & John Rocha

    • TV & Film
    • 4.9, 659 Ratings

Each week on The Cine-Files we enter the world of great film and explore its ideas, history, filmmakers and the influences it has on movies today

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
659 Ratings

659 Ratings

Chris TK421 ,

I churn through these

I can't stop listening they're so good.

cinemaniac23 ,

My favorite podcast period

Love the analysis by Steve and John on great films. I never miss an episode and look forward each Friday to every new episode.

USMC3037 ,

Had to downgrade

Original post:
I am giving this podcast five stars at this point solely based on their discussion of Planet of the Apes. I reserve the right to edit this, but if they can stay out of bashing current political leaders while reviewing planet of the apes, I have a feeling the rest of the podcast will be fantastic as well. Great deep discussion of two very knowledgeable fellows.

Edit:
Downgraded two stars for the Trump bash on the otherwise excellent one on Jaws. Good grief, give hate a rest and stick to the subject. Also, the more I listen, the more the condescension bleeds through. Too bad, they sound informed on filmmaking. That’s about it, though. Filmmaking…

Again:
This is painful for me because I love listening to these guys, but after listening to The Rear Window, I got sick of hearing Steve apologize for men being men. Maybe it’s just me, but this millennial beta male apologizing for manhood thing is irritating. Still, their knowledge of filmmaking is pretty darn good.

Yet again:
In listening to their Braveheart podcasts, I wasn’t sure if they were film critics or just two woke dudes navel gazing about their wokeness and clapping back at the insensitivities of filmmakers like Mel Gibson. You two guys ruin a perfectly good podcast by constantly focusing on snowflake issues. Good grief.

Breakfast Club:
Good grief, just when you think these guys can’t get any woker, they surprise you. The breakfast club review was almost disastrous. First of all, they didn’t get a lot of the the meaning behind various scenes of the movie, and secondly, I’m surprised they didn’t get whiplash from all the virtue signaling they did. Talk about a love/hate relationship. I love listening to these guys but I hate some of the stupidity that comes out of their mouth‘s from their wokeness. Oh the humanity that teenagers act like teenagers. Give it a rest and just review the freaking movies, please.

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