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The Atlantic
The Review
Don’t just watch a movie; understand it. Don’t just hear a song; consider what it has to say. On The Review, writers and guests discuss how we entertain ourselves, and how that defines the way we see the world. Join The Atlantic’s writers as they break down a work of pop culture each week, exploring the big questions that great art can provoke, making some recommendations for you, and having a little fun along the way.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.0 stars from 78 ratings
Lack of self reflection
The reviewers on this podcast appear repeatedly unable to separate what a feeling a movie evokes in them from how they feel about said movie. Like art, movies that make them feel a way they’d prefer not to feel are not “bad movies”. Yet when a movie evoked for them the desire to push away from...Read full review »
Dan321321321 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/15/22
Can we just stop.
All I hear when listening to this podcast is Logan Roy screaming his favorite catch phrase…
erickswar via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/23/21
Enamored with themselves
they laugh a lot but nothing was funny. Maybe I just have a headache.
Blorpal via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/15/21
Recent Episodes
Comfort watches are a mainstay of the pandemic—old television and movies one can revisit over and over again. And for a few writers on The Atlantic’s culture team, that go-to watch has been the 1990s sitcom Frasier. Megan Garber, Sophie Gilbert, and Spencer Kornhaber debate why, despite its...
Published 01/19/22
Adam McKay’s disaster satire is many things at once: a parable of our distracted society, a primal scream of a warning, and a broad comedy from the writer/director of Anchorman. Such a delicate balance has made the star-studded Netflix film a polarizing movie.  Critics, audiences, and activists...
Published 01/12/22
Published 01/12/22
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