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“Get Out”
Jun 21 • 8 min
​Review Summary: Ann & Les were fascinated with the way this movie combined horror and comedy. Plot Summary: When an African American man meets his white girlfriend’s parents, things go from nice to weird to nightmarish.
“Gifted”
Jun 14 • 6 min
Review Summary: Ann & Les adore this film that will tug at your heartstrings. Plot Summary: This film follows the custody battle between a brilliant little girl’s uncle and grandmother.
“Moonlight”
Jun 7 • 11 min
​Review Summary: Les thought this film was overhyped, but Ann found valuable lessons in the story. Plot Summary: Based on the play of the same name, this film follows the journey of a gay man who struggles to survive his rough Miami neighborhood.
“Trainwreck”
May 31 • 9 min
​Review Summary: Ann and Les thought this raunchy comedy showed intelligence and honesty. They loved the supporting role of LeBron James (played by himself). Plot Summary: A trainwreck of a woman must rethink her father’s mantra (“monogamy doesn’t exist”)…
“Public Enemies”
May 24 • 9 min
Review Summary:​ Ann did not like the way Johnny Depp played his role, and both she and Les had much higher expectations for this film. Plot Summary: The Feds try to take down notorious American gangsters during a booming crime wave in the 1930s.
“The Men Who Stare at Goats”
May 22 • 8 min
Review Summary: This movie is goofy and quirky, but the eccentricity begins to grate on the nerves after a bit. Plot: A reporter meets a guy who claims to be a former member of the U.S. Army’s New Earth Army, a unit that employs paranormal powers in their…
“Blue Jasmine”
May 19 • 8 min
Review Summary: Cate Blanchett’s performance makes this film unmissable - another Woody Allen success! Plot: After her marriage to a wealthy businessman collapses, New York socialite Jasmine arrives in San Francisco to stay with her estranged sister,…
“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”
May 17 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les were both absolutely riveted with this original and unconventional mystery film. Plot Summary: A journalist is aided in his search for a woman who has been missing — or dead — for forty years by a young female hacker.
“Being Flynn”
May 15 • 8 min
Review Summary: Robert De Niro lives up to expectations in his performance, but the overall film was still lacking. Plot: While working in a homeless shelter, a young man encounters his father for the first time in 18 years.
“Mamma Mia!”
May 12 • 6 min
Review Summary: Although not the best musical they’ve ever seen, Ann & Les agree that “Mamma Mia!” was both fun and catchy. Plot: The story told using hit songs by the popular ’70s group ABBA of a bride-to-be trying to find her real father.
“Hanna”
May 10 • 9 min
Review Summary: Les found this movie to be “terrifically suspenseful,” and Ann thought it was very creative and original, with “brilliant moments of small discoveries.” Plot Summary: A sixteen-year-old girl who was trained by her father to be an assassin…
“Hugo”
May 8 • 10 min
Review Summary: While the 3D and visual execution of this film blew Ann & Les away, the actors and finished storyline were a little underwhelming. Plot: A young orphan lives hidden in a 1930’s Paris train station and uncovers the mystery surrounding his…
“Birdman”
May 5 • 10 min
Review Summary: Ann & Les loved the camera work, direction and mood of this film. It’s artistic and brilliant! Plot: A has-been superhero actor tries to restart his career on Broadway while battling interior and exterior conflicts.
“What to Expect When You’re Expecting”
May 3 • 7 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les agreed that this was a sweet, entertaining movie that handled pregnancy tastefully, although it was not a great movie. Plot Summary: This movie follows the lives and pregnancies of five interconnected couples as they experience…
“Prometheus”
May 1 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les detested this film; it seemed like a cheap reinvention of Alien that went horribly wrong. Plot: A space crew is launched to another planet in an attempt to discover the origin of the human species, but they quickly discover…
“Moonrise Kingdom”
Apr 28 • 7 min
Review Summary: Les loved the whimsy and romance of this film, but Ann thought it was a bit of a stretch the whole way through. Plot: Two middle school students flee their parents and camp counselors to camp out on their own.
“Adam”
Apr 26 • 10 min
Review Summary: Ann says that this film is honest, but almost too much so. She and Les like the offbeat and upbeat tone at points, but it’s a little bit too much overall. Plot: A lonely man with Asperger’s Syndrome, develops a relationship with his…
“Taking Woodstock”
Apr 21 • 9 min
Review Summary: Ann & Les hated this “stale” film that overused ’70s speak like “psychedelic” and “groovy” until it became cliché. Plot: A man inadvertently sets in motion the generation-defining concert while working at his parents’ motel in the…
“Argo”
Apr 19 • 7 min
Review Summary: Ann says the movie succeeds as good “popcorn entertainment,” but it is not very true to the real life happenings and is not an altogether exceptional film. Plot: This chronicles the story of the 1980 U.S. hostage crisis in Iran, and how a…
“Soul Surfer”
Apr 17 • 8 min
​Review Summary: Ann and Les think this film is great for young girls, but it’s a little heavy-handed with the morals and will likely seem cheesy for adults. Plot: Teenage surfer Bethany Hamilton loses her arm in a shark attack, and must rely on her…
“Tangled”
Apr 14 • 8 min
Review Summary: While this is definitely a kids’ movie, the whole family will have fun watching it together - boys and girls! Plot: The Grimm’s Fairytale, Rapunzel, is given a modern twist when a charming outlaw coaxes the long-haired princess out of her…
“Julie and Julia”
Mar 29 • 10 min
Review Summary: The casting and storyline make this film “cute, smart, and gloriously entertaining…”​ Plot: The story of Julia Child’s start in the cooking profession and how blogger Julie Powell challenges herself to cook all the recipes in Child’s first…
“The Informant”
Mar 27 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann & Les love seeing Matt Damon in an atypical role, which they call it “one of his best performances.” However, Ann found the first part of the movie rather confusing. Plot: Based on real events, a corporate vice president becomes an…
“Green Lantern”
Mar 24 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann & Les can’t figure out how they spent $150M making this film; the special effects look cheap, as do the script, the director, and the performances. Plot: A test pilot is granted an alien ring that bestows him with otherworldly powers.
“Warrior”
Mar 22 • 7 min
Review Summary: This film does something Ann hasn’t seen in years: “it has two protagonists, but you’re rooting for both.” Les calls it “classy,” despite the violence of an MMA movie. Plot: The youngest son of an alcoholic former boxer returns home, where…
“Jackie”
Mar 20 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les were thoroughly disappointed by this depiction of an American icon; they thought the film made this strong woman appear weak and unadmirable. Plot Summary: This bio-pic shows what it was like for Jacqueline Kennedy in the days…
“The Wolf of Wall Street”
Mar 17 • 12 min
​Review Summary: Although raunchy, Ann and Les found this movie to be terribly funny and entertaining, and they thought Leonardo DiCaprio was just wonderful as the lead. Plot Summary: Based on the true story of Jordan Belfort, this movie chronicles his…
“Kill the Irishman”
Mar 15 • 8 min
Review Summary: While Les enjoyed seeing the life of a local legend up on screen, Ann said that even the Cleveland setting wasn’t enough to save this cinematic disaster. Plot Summary: The true story of Danny Greene, a young and tough Irish-American who…
“The American”
Mar 13 • 10 min
Plot: An assassin hides out in Italy for one last assignment.
“Shrek Forever After”
Mar 10 • 7 min
​Review Summary: Ann loved how the writers threw in lots of grown-up jokes, and Les thoroughly enjoyed himself watching the final Shrek movie. Plot Summary: As Shrek is going through a mid-life crisis, he turns to Rumpelstiltskin​ for help, but Shrek soon…
“Brooklyn”
Mar 8 • 7 min
Review Summary: Ann thought this was a beautifully made movie, Les thought that the romance was handled delicately, and both Ann and Les loved the acting and overall charm of this movie. Plot Summary: An Irish immigrant arrives in Brooklyn in the 1950s…
“Dinner for Shmucks”
Mar 6 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann thought that the characters in this movie were unrealistic and unfunny. Les did find some scenes to be funny, although the actual dinner party was not one of them. Plot Summary: A rising executive receives an invitation to his boss’s…
“Incendies”
Mar 3 • 10 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les loved this political thriller, mystery-drama. They thought it was a classic piece of filmmaking, and they found it both touching and intellectually entertaining. Plot Summary: A mother’s last wishes sends her twins on a journey…
“Extract”
Mar 1 • 9 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les thought the Mike Judge (director & writer) created a messy plot in his attempts to follow to many eccentric characters and plotlines. The performances of Bateman and Kunis were excellent, but they can’t fully make up for the…
“In the Loop”
Feb 27 • 8 min
Review Summary: Les and Ann adore the sophisticated British humor of this political film. Plot Summary: The US President and UK Prime Minister fancy a war, but they have to do some convincing with their inner circle to get what they want.
“Hidden Figures”
Feb 24 • 8 min
Review Summary: The courage of three real American women, reflected by brilliant performances in this film, moved Ann and Les to tears several times. They highly recommend this film which is a true statement on the evolving American spirit. Plot: Based on…
“La La Land”
Feb 22 • 16 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les absolutely loved this charming and romantic original musical, which Les thought was the most entertaining movie he’s seen in years. Plot Summary: An aspiring actress and a jazz pianist pursue their dreams and fall in love in…
“Lion”
Feb 20 • 9 min
Review Summary: Although Ann and Les thought that the movie went downhill during the second half, they loved the scenes with the young boy in the first half. Plot Summary: When a young Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, many miles from home,…
The Annual Oscars Show: Les & Ann’s Predictions for the 89th Academy Awards
Feb 17 • 22 min
Our experienced Hollywood critics, Les Roberts and Ann Elder, discuss the Oscars nominations this year. For each of the 5 main categories, they choose who SHOULD win, and who WILL win. Enjoy their insightful commentary and witty banter to ensure that you…
“Miss Sloane”
Feb 15 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les were very excited by this political thriller and thought that Jessica Chastain “played this role to perfection.” Plot Summary: Elizabeth Sloane is a ruthless and fearless lobbyist in D.C. who, after taking on the most powerful…
“The Artist”
Feb 13 • 8 min
Ann and Les love this “masterpiece” which reminds them of classic Hollywood films such as “Singing in the Rain” and “Sunset Boulevard.”
“Valentine’s Day”
Feb 10 • 6 min
Review Summary: Despite its great ensemble cast, Ann and Les did not find this romantic comedy to be either romantic or comedic.​ Plot Summary: In this series of interconnected stories, different couples and singles in Los Angeles break up and make up due…
“Manchester by the Sea”
Feb 8 • 8 min
​Review Summary: Although they liked the acting, Ann and Les found this movie to be extremely depressing without any uplifting moment. Plot Summary: A grieving uncle moves to Manchester to take care of his teenage nephew after the boy’s father dies.
“The Time Traveler’s Wife”
Feb 6 • 9 min
Review Summary: Ann thought this movie was confusing and messy, and Les thought it did not live up to the “magic” of the book. Plot Summary: A young woman falls in love with a man who involuntarily travels through time, which creates complications in…
“The Blind Side”
Feb 3 • 8 min
Review Summary: For Ann and Les, The Blind Side was a little too obvious with its Christian message, telling them what to think instead of ​showing ​them.​ Plot: A homeless and traumatized boy becomes an All American football player and first round NFL…
“Leap Year”
Feb 1 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann loves this film because it reminds her of the innocent romantic comedies of the 1940’s.​ Plot Summary:​ A woman turns an Irish tradition into an elaborate scheme to propose to her boyfriend on Leap Day.
“Slumdog Millionaire”
Jan 30 • 5 min
Review Summary: Les and Ann absolutely adored this heart-wrenching story with a beautiful ending. Plot: A Mumbai teen, who grew up in the slums, becomes a contestant on the Indian version of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” Runtime 120 minutes.
“Nocturnal Animals”
Jan 27 • 8 min
Review Summary: Ann and Les agree about most of the casting, but Les enjoyed the direction and storyline a little more than Ann did. Plot: A woman receives a novel manuscript from her ex-husband, only to realize he is writing a revenge story about her.…
“Arrival”
Jan 25 • 8 min
Ann and Les agree that this movie was over-hyped, confusing, pretentious, and dull.​
“(500) Days Of Summer”
Jan 23 • 8 min
While “not a love story,” Ann and Les loved the very real, detailed nature of this relationship, which brought them many laughs.
“Maggie’s Plan”
Jan 16 • 7 min
Ann and Les say that this is like “a bad Woody Allen movie,” and they were bothered by both the pretentiousness and the complaining of the characters.
“The Light Between Oceans”
Jan 13 • 9 min
Ann was awed by the questions brought up in this film, but Les was a little uncomfortable with its thought-provoking nature.
“Letters to Juliet”
Jan 11 • 9 min
Ann and Les had mixed feelings about the casting, but they thought the plot had a cute premise over all.
“Blue Valentine”
Jan 4 • 7 min
Ann loves the authenticity of the main characters, which Les calls “absolutely heartbreaking.”
“The Sitter”
Jan 2 • 6 min
Ann and Les found this film random, unorganized, repulsive and offensive. Les said that “this might be the worst film of the 21st century.”
“The Big Short”
Dec 30, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les thought the financial aspects of this film were incredibly confusing, but the emotional impact of the end redeems it in part.
“Philomena”
Dec 28, 2016 • 6 min
Ann and Les adore the plot and cast of this film.
“A Christmas Tale”
Dec 21, 2016 • 6 min
Ann and Les enjoyed many aspects of the film, but the almost 3 hour film was a little long for their tastes.
“Four Christmases”
Dec 19, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les agree that this was not a feel-good, funny holiday movie, although the relationship between the lead roles was a redeeming factor for Les.
“Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day”
Dec 16, 2016 • 7 min
Ann & Les thought this film tried hard, but fell flat. Listen to their rebukes about casting, script and plot.
“The Chronicles of Narnia”
Dec 12, 2016 • 7 min
Ann thought that the world of Narnia was just as magical as ever, but Les found this sequel to be darker and less charming than the first Narnia film.​
“Monte Carlo”
Dec 9, 2016 • 7 min
Les and Ann think this is a bright, clean, and giggly movie perfect for teen girls.
“Side Effects”
Dec 7, 2016 • 5 min
Ann thought this film did a brilliant job of integrating crime, thriller, comedy and exposé into one script. While Les liked the film, he thought the intensity faded at points.
“The Boss”
Dec 5, 2016 • 8 min
Les thinks that “Melissa McCarthy laughs are few and far between,” and Ann laments that this is a disaster of a movie.
“Hell or High Water”
Dec 2, 2016 • 7 min
Ann doesn’t love Westerns, but she thinks this film reaches beyond the genre to please anyone. Les loves this as much as all Westerns!
“The Monuments Men”
Nov 28, 2016 • 7 min
Ann and Les thought George Clooney wavered between directing a comedy and drama. The result was a mess.
“Quartet”
Nov 23, 2016 • 7 min
Ann and Les loved Dustin Hoffman’s first film as a director. They highly recommend this film for anyone over the age of 50!
“Oz: The Great and Powerful”
Nov 21, 2016 • 6 min
Ann and Les thought the acting and story of this “Wizard of Oz” prequel were pretty weak. However, they did love the beautiful CGI and camera work!
“The Theory of Everything”
Nov 18, 2016 • 7 min
Ann and Les agree that what makes this film so wonderful is the performance of the two stars, Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones.
“The Legend of Tarzan”
Nov 16, 2016 • 8 min
Les thinks that “The Legend of Tarzan” is less fun than a root canal, and Ann agrees with him that this is a very boring film, adding that “even the apes are dull!”
“The Hurt Locker”
Nov 11, 2016 • 8 min
Les thinks “The Hurt Locker” is a powerful film that honors the bond between soldiers. Ann loved this film because it “sets aside politics and shows how soldiers will take care of one another.”
“Lincoln”
Nov 9, 2016 • 7 min
Ann and Les thought the film was literate, human, and well-acted. They loved everything from the wit to the script.
“12 Years A Slave”
Nov 7, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les thought the history of this film deserves a retelling, but the acting and direction in this film adaptation did not do it justice.
“Saving Mr. Banks” Earns a Spoonful of Sugar | 90 Sec Movie Review
Nov 4, 2016 • 1 min
Ann and Les give this one a rave review for the brilliant performance by Emma Thompson and for the charming story and script.
“Saving Mr. Banks” Earns a Spoonful of Sugar
Nov 4, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les give this one a rave review for the brilliant performance by Emma Thompson and for the charming story and script.
“Eye in the Sky”
Nov 2, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les thought this movie was thoughtful and thought-provoking.
“Insidious” Didn’t Possess Much
Oct 28, 2016 • 8 min
Ann thought this film was far too tame, but Les jumped off the edge of his seat a few times.
The Ironically Titled “Genius”
Oct 26, 2016 • 7 min
Ann and Les dislike both the subject and execution of the movie. Thomas Hardy is incredibly dull, but they felt that there was such potential for a story about Hemingway and Fitzgerald.
“Inglourious Basterds”
Oct 24, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les love this atypical Tarentino film, which takes a unique approach to World War II.
“World War Z”
Oct 19, 2016 • 5 min
This “relatively bloodless” zombie film has the right amount of humor, horror and humanity for our reviewers.
“Identity Thief” is a Crime
Oct 17, 2016 • 5 min
Ann thinks this is a classless, unattractive role for Melissa McCarthy, and while Les found parts of this film humorous, he thought it went a little over the top with its attempts at humor.
“Wild” is Mild
Oct 14, 2016 • 9 min
Ann & Les believe that Reese Witherspoon took on a role meant for someone tougher; they say she ruined an already dull plot.
“Avatar” is Out of this World
Oct 12, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les loved the spectacular visuals which enhanced an already incredible story!
“Self/Less” is Hopeless
Oct 10, 2016 • 9 min
Les was disappointed but thought this film was OK, so says it’s worth a viewing because of the interesting storyline. Ann, however, was sorely disappointed in the writing, direction and acting.
“American Hustle” Stole the Show
Oct 7, 2016 • 11 min
Ann and Les adored the amazing, big name performances; the plot and script were also hilariously entertaining.
Not as Clear as “Knight and Day”
Oct 3, 2016 • 7 min
Les enjoyed the comic interludes in this movie and both he and Ann loved the way the actors worked together, but Ann thought the premise was a bit too ridiculous.
“A Hologram for the King” is a Royal Flop
Sep 28, 2016 • 10 min
They disliked Tom Hanks’ performance, which they thought was one of his weakest. Ann still gives it a yellow, but Les thought there were too many storylines for any merit.
“A Hologram for the King” is a Royal Flop | 90 Sec Movie Review
Sep 28, 2016 • 1 min
They disliked Tom Hanks’ performance, which they thought was one of his weakest. Ann still gives it a yellow, but Les thought there were too many storylines for any merit.
Don’t Be Wary of “The Ides of March”
Sep 26, 2016 • 7 min
Les and Ann loved the performances and casting, but they thought it lacked energy and needed a stronger script. However, they still recommend it for a family movie night! The Ides of MarchPodcastMovie ReviewAnn ElderLes RobertsGREENLIGHTReviewsThe Front…
A Salute to “Free State Of Jones”
Sep 21, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les loved the performance and character of Matthew McConaughey! They also thought the script was very patriotic, exploring an untold part of our nation’s history.
“Megamind” is Super Dull
Sep 19, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les gave this a yellow light for kids, but a red light for adults. They thought the voice acting was dull as was the general storyline.
The Stark “Iron Man 3”
Sep 15, 2016 • 6 min
Ann and Les thought this film was a vast improvement on the second of the trilogy, but they still thought it was brash and bombastic.
We “Crazy, Stupid, Love” This Movie | 90 Sec Capsule Review
Sep 14, 2016 • 1 min
Ann and Les loved this RomCom which follows the romances of three different generations (even though they thought the ending got a little too cheesy).
We “Crazy, Stupid, Love” This Movie
Sep 14, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les loved this RomCom which follows the romances of three different generations (even though they thought the ending got a little too cheesy).
We’re Not Lion about “Madagascar 3”
Sep 12, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les adored the beautiful color and animation that reminded them of “Fantasia.” They also thought that the humor was entertaining for children and adults alike!
Remembering 9/11 - “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close”
Sep 9, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les liked the idea of paying tribute to the victims and families of 9/11, but they thought this film fell short of that goal.
“Inception” is a Dream Come True
Sep 7, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les loved the story and direction of Christopher Nolan. They thought the performances were remarkable and were thoroughly entertained.
“Labor Day” is Laborious
Sep 1, 2016 • 6 min
Ann and Les despised the premise and execution of this film.
“Draft Day” Earns a First Round Pick
Aug 31, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les loved this fictional but believable story about the general manager of the Cleveland Browns.
The Great “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2”
Aug 26, 2016 • 9 min
Ann and Les absolutely loved this final, suspenseful episode in Harry’s fight to preserve good.
The Humor in “Due Date” is Long Overdue
Aug 26, 2016 • 6 min
Les and Ann thought that this comedy was cheap, raunchy and obvious. They despised the title and the casting.
“The Bourne Legacy:” The Legend Continues
Aug 24, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les discuss this sequel which finds Aaron Cross picking up where Jason Bourne left off. They loved Jeremy Renner as the new lead, but Les didn’t think there was a strong enough plot to give it a green light.
“Anna Karenina:” Beautiful but Boring
Aug 22, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les thought that this was absolutely gorgeous cinematically, but it was not enough to save the dull story by Leo Tolstoy.
“Man of Steel” EsCapes Us
Aug 19, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les did not get this film. They thought the effects were bombastic, it lacked humor and had an altogether terrible storyline and script.
“The Homesman” Should Stay Home
Aug 9, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les couldn’t stand the boring script and weird cameos, but they appreciated the performances by the two leads.
“Mirror Mirror” Doesn’t Reflect Much
Aug 4, 2016 • 5 min
Ann and Les didn’t hate this movie, but they thought it tried too hard to be hip. Listen to this 90 second capsule for highlights of the full review!
“The Campaign” Won our Votes
Jul 18, 2016 • 7 min
Our Hollywood critics, Les Roberts and Ann Elder, absolutely loved this comedy! Listen to the review to find out what made this film so funny!
The Joy of “Inside Out”
Jul 13, 2016 • 7 min
Our reviewers adored this children’s film by Disney-Pixar. Les says he forgot he was even watching an animated film, and Ann loved the layers of the film that entertain both children and adults. This podcast was produced and edited by The Front Porch…
This Film Steals the “Spotlight”
Jul 11, 2016 • 6 min
Ann and Les loved many aspects of this 2015 film that won Best Screenplay at the Oscars. Listen to hear their take on the writing and acting in this narrative about a real tragedy.
The Adorable “Hello, My Name is Doris”
May 27, 2016 • 9 min
Ann adored this film, while Les enjoyed it with a few reservations. Is this just a movie for women as Les suggests? Listen to their full review to find out why it gets one Green and one Yellow Light!
“Alice in Wonderland” or Alice in Slumberland?
May 24, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les were confused by the performances and bored by the script. The adaptations from Carroll’s novel were a disappointment. Listen to find out why they give this film 2 red lights!
“Toy Story 3” Deserves the Buzz
May 20, 2016 • 9 min
Les & Ann both adored this popular sequel! They thought the layers of humor satisfied both adults & children, and they were inspired by the loyalty & friendship of the toys.
“The Hunger Games” Left Us Starved
May 19, 2016 • 10 min
Les couldn’t get enough of “The Hunger Games,” but Ann says she felt “starved for entertainment.” Listen to our review to see if Jennifer Lawrence’s performance blows you away like Les, or if you are left wanting more like Ann.
The Aptly Titled “Les Miserables”
May 12, 2016 • 9 min
Contrary to common opinion, Ann & Les did not like this movie. They thought the casting was terrible and the script should have included some dialogue.
Top Hats Off to “Now You See Me”
May 4, 2016 • 8 min
Ann and Les love the good old fashioned illusion and heist elements of this film.
“Jurassic World” Had Us In Raptors
May 3, 2016 • 8 min
In this review, Ann and Les discuss the brilliant job of Trevorrow, a student of Spielberg, and his contribution to the Jurassaic dynasty.
Not Jazzed about “The Great Gatsby”
May 2, 2016 • 10 min
Ann & Les thought this film destroyed the beautiful writing & jazz music of the 1920’s. Listen to their harsh review of this film that did well with other critics, and then try our quiz! This podcast was produced and edited by The Front Porch People.
Not Enough “Room”
May 2, 2016 • 9 min
Les thought this film was claustrophobic, but Ann couldn’t get enough of “Room.” Hear their discussion of this beautiful mother-son relationship to learn which scenes were their favorites and which aspects were a drag.
“The Revenant:” UnBearable or Masterpiece?
Apr 6, 2016 • 8 min
Les adored everything about this film, but Ann despised it. Listen for a heated debate!