S01E14: “Two Thumbs Up For Film Critics”

Thumbs up, thumbs down? Five stars (or are four stars the highest number?)!

In this episode, host Tara Jabbari speaks with film critics to discuss how viewing films has changed over the last few years. When is it worth going to the movie theater? Where should we look to know what’s worth seeing? What’s the difference between Rotten Tomatoes versus Meta Critic? They dive into these topics as well as what goes into being a film critic.

Our guests are:

Ann Hornaday, who has been film critic at The Washington Post since 2002. Learn more about her work here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/ann-hornaday/

Bob Mondello, who has been with NPR since 1984. Learn more about his work here: https://www.npr.org/people/3813466/bob-mondello

Leslie Combemale, who is a professional film critic and industry insider. You can learn more about her work on the following sites: https://cinemasiren.com/ and ArtInsights.com and https://womenrockinghollywood.com/ She also discusses being involved with https://awfj.org/

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