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 Ann and Les were blown away by the amazing special effects in this film, the confusing plot left something to be desired for Les.
Ann and Les loved the direction, score, and lead performers in the rendition of the old fairy tale even though it wasn't quite as brilliant as they had hoped.
Ann thought this movie was confusing and messy, and Les thought it did not live up to the "magic" of the book.
Ann and Les think director, Terrence Malick, tries far too hard to be artistic at the expense of a plot.
Ann and Les thought the acting and story of this "Wizard of Oz" prequel were pretty weak. However, they loved the beautiful CGI and camera work!
Ann and Les loved the spectacular visuals which enhanced an already incredible story!
Ann and Les gave this a yellow light for kids, but a red light for adults. They thought the voice acting was dull as was the general storyline.
Ann and Les absolutely loved this final, suspenseful episode in Harry's fight to preserve good.
Ann and Les did not understand this prequel to the classic super hero story.
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