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   On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Rama Screen's Rama Tampubolon will be joined by Joblo's James Oster aka Jimmy O and Nerd Reactor's Mark Pacis for an action-packed episode of LAOFCS Weekly. The week's episode will be centered around action films in celebration of the release of John Wick: Chapter 3. This episode will feature an in-depth review of John Wick: Chapter 3 which will contain some spoilers, plus the boys will be discussing the best action sequences of all-time along with a friendly debate as to who are the biggest action stars of today and yesterday. If you are a fan of Action movies, you don't want to miss this episode.    Rama Tampubolon @RamasScreen James Oster Twitter: @JimmytotheO Mark Pacis Twitter: @PacManNR7  Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season. Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laofcsweekly/message

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00:36:35 5/17/2019

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    On this week's episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Rama Screen's Rama Tampubolon hosts and is joined by Maggie Ma and Karen M. Peterson to discuss this week's newest releases including Crawl, Stuber, The Art of Self Defense, and The Farewell.     The group will also be sharing their thoughts on the newest live-action Disney remake The Lion King as well as their picks for the best films featuring Asian actors.    Rama Tampubolon @RamasScreen    Maggie Ma @MaggieMa_LA   Karen M. Peterson @KarenMPeterson         Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:33:14 7/12/2019
     On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, William Bibbiani hosts and is joined by Dan Murrell, Luis Lecca, and Scott Mendelson to discuss this week's newest releases including Spider-Man: Far From Home and Midsommar.   The group also talks about indie horror hits and misses plus their favorite films about vacations.    William Bibbian @WilliamBibbiani    Dan Murrell @MurrellDan   Luis Lecca @nerdlecca      Scott Mendelson @ScottMendelson       Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:57:00 7/5/2019
    On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Scott Menzel returns to the hosting chair as he is joined by Staci Layne Wilson and Demetri Panos to discuss this week's newest releases including Yesterday and Annabelle Comes Home.    Scott, Staci, and Demetri will also be talking about the Box Office slump and some films that we recommend that are currently available on various streaming sites.     Scott Menzel @TheOtherScottM  Staci Layne Wilson @StaciWilson Demetri Panos @DemetriPanos  Michael Lee @IamMichaelJLee    Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:47:52 6/28/2019
   On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Scott Menzel returns to the hosting chair as he is joined by Debbie Lynn Elias and Michael Lee to discuss this week's newest releases including Child's Play and Toy Story 4.   In addition, this week's episode will be centered around Pixar in celebration of Toy Story 4 so the gang will be discussing their favorite and least favorite films in the Pixar library.    Scott Menzel @TheOtherScottM  Debbie Lynn Elias @moviesharkd Michael Lee @IamMichaelJLee    Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:51:28 6/21/2019
   On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Behind the Lens' Debbie Lynn Elias will be joined by Carla Renata aka The Curvy Critic and Katie Kilkenny of the Hollywood Reporter to discuss this week's newest releases including X-Men: Dark Phoneix, Late Night, The Secret Lives of Pets 2, The Last Black Man in San Francisco and Pavarotti.   In addition, this week's episode will be centered around female-driven comedies in celebration of Late Night and will feature a preview of the Dances with Films Festival taking place next week in Los Angeles.   Debbie Lynn Elias @moviesharkd Carla Renata Twitter: @TheCurvyCritic Katie Kilkenny Twitter: @katiekilkenny7    Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:39:41 6/7/2019
   On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Screen Picks' Kit Bowen will be joined by Award Circuit's Christopher James and The Real Mr. Robinson's Alexander Robinson as they review this week's releases that include Rocketman, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and Ma.   Also on this episode, Kit, Alex, and Chris will be discussing their favorite movie bio-pics and monster movies.    Kit Bowen @TheMovieKit Alexander Robinson @RealMr_Robinson Christopher James @cwj92movieman    Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:45:15 5/31/2019
   On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Screen Picks' Kit Bowen will be joined by Award Circuit's Christopher James and The Real Mr. Robinson's Alexander Robinson as they review this week's releases that include Rocketman, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and Ma.   Also on this episode, Kit, Alex, and Chris will be discussing their favorite movie bio-pics and monster movies.    Kit Bowen @TheMovieKit Alexander Robinson @RealMr_Robinson Christopher James @cwj92movieman    Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:45:15 5/30/2019
   On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Meet The Movie Press' Demetri Panos will be joined by Award Circuit's Karen M. Peterson and Behind the Lens' Debbie Lynn Elias for a trip back to high school. The week's episode will be centered around high school movies in celebration of Olivia Wilde's Booksmart opening in theaters this weekend.   This episode will feature an in-depth review of Booksmart which will contain some minor spoilers, plus the gang will be discussing their favorite movies about high school and a quick Cannes Film Festival recap about what was hit and what wasn't.    Demetri Panos Twitter: @DMovies1701 Karen M. Peterson Twitter: @KarenMPeterson Debbie Lynn Elias Twitter: @moviesharkd    Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:54:28 5/24/2019
On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Rama Screen's Rama Tampubolon will be joined by Joblo's James Oster aka Jimmy O and Nerd Reactor's Mark Pacis for an action-packed episode of LAOFCS Weekly. The week's episode will be centered around action films in celebration of the release of John Wick: Chapter 3. This episode will feature an in-depth review of John Wick: Chapter 3 which will contain some spoilers, plus the boys will be discussing the best action sequences of all-time along with a friendly debate as to who are the biggest action stars of today and yesterday. If you are a fan of Action movies, you don't want to miss this episode.    Rama Tampubolon @RamasScreen James Oster Twitter: @JimmytotheO Mark Pacis Twitter: @PacManNR7  Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:36:35 5/17/2019
    On this episode of LAOFCS Weekly, Witney Seibold will be joined by Luis Lecca, Alexander Robinson, and Michael Sandoval for a lively review of Pokemon's Detective Pikachu. In addition, the gang will also discuss some of their favorite and least favorite films based on video games for Retro Rewind, and share their thoughts on the highly anticipated horror sequel, It: Chapter Two.  Witney Seibold Twitter: @WitneySeibold Luis Lecca Twitter: @NukeTheFridge Alexander Robinson Twitter: @RealMr_Robinson  Michael Sandoval Twitter: @MuseSandoval   Presenting LAOFCS Weekly, where members of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society come together to discuss new topics of the weeks, the movies you may have missed but need to check out, and reveal insider information of the film and journalism industry. Join host Scott Menzel with a rotating panel of members of the LAOFCS as they bring you into the inner circle with heightened discussion and knowledge. Each week, the show will feature four weekly segments which include: -Movie Pick of The Week - A weekly vote of all films being released in Los Angeles that week. -Independent Spotlight - A weekly Indie film suggestion from each member on the panel. The film can be playing in theaters, on-demand, or various streaming services. -Retro Rewind - A weekly recommendation of an older release that is currently available on streaming, DVD, or Blu-Ray. -Special Topic - Each week there will be a special conversation about something going on the industry or something that ties into this week's episode. Who are the LAOFCS? Los Angeles is the home of Hollywood and the film industry. There are hundreds of critics in the Los Angeles area and yet there was only one critic's circle. San Francisco, New York, Austin, and all other major cities throughout the USA have an online critics group but not Los Angeles. We wanted to change that and therefore launched the Los Angeles Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) at the end of 2016. By creating this group, they wanted to ensure that the members of their society are reflective of those who reside in the city of Los Angeles. Diversity is very important in film criticism and they want to make sure that all voices are represented within our group. They also want to embrace members that are finding new ways to criticize film whether that be through video, podcasts, or on social media. Over the next few years, the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society is hoping to redefine what it means to be part of a film critics group by having a year-round presence. Most film critic circles at the end of each year begin to appear to discuss their favorite films of the year. They wanted to create a film critics group that would openly discuss film throughout the year and not just during award season.
00:54:03 5/10/2019

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