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
While Les prefered the film for it’s interesting casting choices, Ann disagreed and concluded it wasn’t such a big splash after all.
Ann and Les agreed this film masterfully captured the 50’s era tribulations, featuring outstanding actors who perfectly depicted the stirring emotions of this time period.
Despite the epic sci-fi adventure and stunning visual effects, Ann and Les felt the emotionless characters held back the picture from being a true masterpiece...
Ann and Les had their own battle of the sexes during this review; Les proclaimed Emma Stone’s brilliant performance while Ann thought the story lacked class.
The only thing Ann and Les had in common when reviewing this rom-com, was their adoration for Reese Witherspoon.
Ann’s distaste for violence was a strong argument against Les’ admiration for this continuation of the X-Men action saga
Ann and Les agreed that this was an extraordinary story but not a very extraordinary or exciting film to watch.
While Ann loved the family-friendly approach of this horror flick, Les thought the clichés of haunted houses dragged on for too long.
Ann & Les were moved by the beautiful tribute to Jackie Robinson's life, struggles, and triumphs in the game of baseball and beyond.
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.