Not bad, but...
These guys bring on some very interesting guests, but someone really should tell Josh Olson to shut up and allow his guests to speak. He interjects far too often, and seems determined to bring up his anti-Trump politics in some of the weirdest places. I’m apolitical, and while the discussion of politics within a discussion of a film is reasonable, unsolicited opinions are not. That said, I still manage to enjoy most of the content of these shows. But seriously...Olson needs to learn how to properly conduct an interview, because much of what he says is self-serving and cringe inducing.
S_Vincent_Furness via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/24/19
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I want Joe and Josh’s own episodes of the movies that made them, Clooney, Pitt, Soderbergh, Rubinek, Elric Kane, Brian Saur, Gibson, Peele, Love you guys, invite them all!
Larles Chongo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/18/20
I have listened to many a podcast over the years since podcasts were invented and broadcasted. BUT, as my ears can only listen to so much per week, I have narrowed them down. BUT, The Movies That Made Me is on the top of my list of weekly listens. It helps me fill in the gaps of forgotten films...Read full review »
Plebe via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/04/19
If any podcast wants to promote a gang like BLM, that’s the last time I’ll support that podcast. This is supposed to be a movie related show not bs politics! People in some parts of California are truly demented. Unfortunately Joe and his nobody cohost are part of that community of individuals...Read full review »
John E Light via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/02/20
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