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Classic Movie Reviews
Classic Movie Reviews
A father and son watch old classic movies and then review them. Sometimes we even sound like we know what we're talking about.
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4.1 stars from 72 ratings
Wonderful!!
One of the best podcasts about classic movies. I love listening to this Father & Son discuss movies. They're so interesting, and have a very wonderful, comforting style of talking. They've covered so many great movies, and I hope they continue to do so because there are so many more...Read full review »
DNoel99 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/07/21
Good solid podcast
Classic Movie Reviews is a good solid podcast on classic movies. I love the back and forth and 2 generation perspective from this father/son team. I always look forward to their new episodes.
studiobat71 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/24/21
E-gore.
Anybody that has seen the films knows it’s Eeeeeegore!!!
TyB62711 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/23/21
Recent Episodes
Terence Young returns to helm "From Russia with Love" 1963. Mr. Young's direction keeps the swagger in James Bond as it was initially captured in "Dr. No". Istanbul, Turkey, is the scene for much of the spy drama as James Bond and MI6 battle the Soviet Union's SMERSH (an actual...
Published 07/25/21
Arthur Sculco joins us for the podcast discussion of "Dr. No" 1962. Arthur is a Patreon subscriber and an avid watcher of classic movies. Thank you Arthur for joining us! Our visit ranges from a review of "Dr. No" to an overview of the James Bond franchise and thoughts about other...
Published 07/08/21
"Jules and Jim" 1962 is the French film of a romantic love triangle set before, during and after World War I. Director Francois Truffaut also co-wrote and produced the film. The basis for the movie is Henri-Pierre Roché's 1953 book about his and another man's love and involvement with a...
Published 06/11/21
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