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The Popcorn Chronicles: Movies, TV & Pop Culture

Katie Ohmes

Enjoy weekly discussions about best of old movies, new movies and streaming originals. Additional episodes will include discussions about the pop culture trends started by a movie or tv show.

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Latest Episodes

This week's episode compares 3 of the various film/series adaptations of Victor Hugo's famous novel turned play, Les Miserables.

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13 days ago

This week discussing the best series from AMC+ (a cable channel streaming platform) and Paramount + (a studio streaming platform) Series mentioned include shows like The Offer and 1883.

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21 days ago

This week I talked about the movie trend that blew up in the 2000's of musicians in film cameos, and best the musician turned actors and my favorite of their films.

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a month ago

What movie do you wish had gotten made? In this episode, I speak about the top 5 movies I wish had made it to release, that were abandoned and canceled over the years. This includes Christopher Nolan's batman with joker’s return, The Godzilla 1998 se... more

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a month ago

Everyone loves to be thrilled right? This week, in my favorite genre, we go into some good thrillers that fit into the the category of government and conspiracy! Films are State of Play, Enemy of the State, and Conspiracy Theory.

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a month ago

The Oscars, also known as the Academy Awards, are films biggest night. This year marks the 96th annual awards so I decided to create a special double feature bonus episode to discuss the top 10 results in Oscar history that I felt missed the mark, an... more

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2 months ago

A discussion about Kate Winslet's best films and television roles by decade.

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2 months ago

This weeks episode features films showing the hard real life things such as cancer, ALS, Eating disorders, grief, and recovery. Films mentioned are You're Not You, Matching Jack, My Sister's Keeper, A Good Person and To The Bone.

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2 months ago

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