Greenlight Reviews is a movie review podcast hosted by Hollywood critics, Les Roberts and Ann Elder. Each episode is about 7-12 minutes in length, and contains an in depth analysis of the film. Les and Ann's Hollywood experience gives them the insight to discuss plot, script, direction, casting, and whatever else you might want to know about a movie! The easy-going, conversational format of the show makes it enjoyable for movie buffs and novices alike.More episodes
Ann and Les agreed that the all-star cast and epic stunt sequences made for a delightful, feel-good show.
Ann’s appreciation for Tom Cruise as an actor outshone Les’ opposition of the flaws found in the movie’s storytelling
Ann’s distaste for violence was a strong argument against Les’ admiration for this continuation of the X-Men action saga
Our reviewers were thrilled with the performance by Ben Affleck, who vastly improved since his role in Batman.
While Ann and Les were blown away by the amazing special effects in this film, the confusing plot left something to be desired for Les.
Les & Ann's high expectations for this brilliant team of director and performers were seriously disappointed.
Les found this movie to be "terrifically suspenseful," and Ann thought it was very creative and original, with "brilliant moments of small discoveries."
Ann & Les can't figure out how they spent $150M making this film; the special effects look cheap, as does the rest of the film.
This film does something Ann hasn't seen in years: "it has two protagonists, but you're rooting for both."
Ann thought that the world of Narnia was just as magical as ever, but Les found this sequel to be darker and less charming than the first Narnia film.
Jazz musicians listen to and compare different renditions of a piece from the Great American Songbook. Hosted by Joe Hunter.
A show summarizing the world’s greatest works of classic literature: in 35 minutes you get the whole story from cover to cover.
Celebrating the joyful fusion of music and film, we give the whole story and soundtrack from opening scene to closing credits.
Explore the most influential and controversial comedy albums of the 1950's, 60's, and 70's.