So I Married a Film Critic is a podcast for movie lovers, from a husband and wife team who explore the best, worst and everything in between of movies. She’s a lifelong film buff with a love for comedies and he’s a professional film critic with pretentious taste in “cinema.” Together, they share their laughter, insights and offbeat takes on a wild variety of different films. Part comedy podcast, part thoughtful film discussion and total entertainment, each episode will have you yearning for a giant bag of popcorn and your cinematic discovery.
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Over all good conversations but I wish Julia would use less of the word like as it is heavily overused by her.
Barry tries to bring the "professional" touch while Julia keeps the show grounded for all us non-critics. ;)
Barry, (the critic) and his wife Julia are amazing together in this show. The theme song says it all, Julia just wants to talk about how much fun it is and Barry has to go into the nuts and bolts. The audience gets to enjoy both points of view.
The hosts are funny and have great chemistry. Barry brings knowledge and wisdom to the show, whereas Julia is so relatable as a casual watcher. This makes for a fun dynamic as they dissect the movies. I about peed myself during the Rad review when they described Fake Aunt Becky in a bad wig. Or talking about needing a snack after the orgy scene in Eyes Wide Shut. I now understand that movie. Thank you for reviewing The Burbs!
I love podcasts, but hate it when the hosts are forced, unnatural, or if I feel disrespected or condescended to as a listener…or if there’s awkwardness. So this podcast has moved to the top of my list! Why? Every episode is easy to enjoy, and includes parts that make me giggle or pause to appreciate a new perspective. I love their alternative endings! Most of all, I want to be best friends with this couple! Is it just me, or will everyone want to send a list of movies we want this couple to unpa... more
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So I Married A Film Critic launched a year ago and published 65 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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