LAOFCS Weekly: John Wick 3 Spoiler Review, & Who Are The Biggest Action Star of Today!

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.

LAOFCS Weekly
00:36:35 5/17/2019

Past Episodes

On this episode of Film Critics Weekly, Scott Menzel and Demetri Panos will discuss what are the potential big winners and losers of the upcoming award season which will include several reviews from various films they saw at TIFF including The Lighthouse, Jojo Rabbit, Joker, Knives Out, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, and much more. Scott Menzel - @TheOtherScottM Demetri Panos -@DemetriPanos Make sure to subscribe to Popcorn Talk! - http://youtube.com/popcorntalknetwork HELPFUL LINKS: Website - http://popcorntalk.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Merch - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/PopcornTalk/ ABOUT POPCORN TALK: Popcorn Talk Network is the online broadcast network with programming dedicated exclusively to movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. Popcorn Talk Network is comprised of the leading members and personalities of the film press and community including E!'s Maria Menounos. Current Roster or Shows: -Anatomy of a Movie -Box Office Breakdown -Meet the Movie Press -Guilty Movie Pleasures -Marvel Movie News -DC Movie News -Action Movie Anatomy -Watchalong Series!
00:54:32 9/20/2019
#TIFF #Film CriticsWeekly #LAOFCS On this episode of Film Critics Weekly, LAOFCS founder Scott Menzel discusses his predictions for the upcoming Award Season specifically Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Director. Twitter: @TheOtherScottM Make sure to subscribe to Popcorn Talk! - http://youtube.com/popcorntalknetwork HELPFUL LINKS: Website - http://popcorntalk.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Merch - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/PopcornTalk/ ABOUT POPCORN TALK: Popcorn Talk Network is the online broadcast network with programming dedicated exclusively to movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. Popcorn Talk Network is comprised of the leading members and personalities of the film press and community including E!'s Maria Menounos. Current Roster or Shows: -Anatomy of a Movie -Box Office Breakdown -Meet the Movie Press -Guilty Movie Pleasures -Marvel Movie News -DC Movie News -Action Movie Anatomy -Watchalong Series!
00:09:36 9/13/2019
#TIFF #Film CriticsWeekly #LAOFCS On this week's Film Critics Weekly, Scott Menzel, Ashley Menzel, and Rama Tampubolon rundown the upcoming Films in this fall's film festivals! Twitter: @TheOtherScottM Twitter: @AshleyGMenzel Twitter: @RamasScreen Make sure to subscribe to Popcorn Talk! - http://youtube.com/popcorntalknetwork HELPFUL LINKS: Website - http://popcorntalk.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Merch - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/PopcornTalk/ ABOUT POPCORN TALK: Popcorn Talk Network is the online broadcast network with programming dedicated exclusively to movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. Popcorn Talk Network is comprised of the leading members and personalities of the film press and community including E!'s Maria Menounos. Current Roster or Shows: -Anatomy of a Movie -Box Office Breakdown -Meet the Movie Press -Guilty Movie Pleasures -Marvel Movie News -DC Movie News -Action Movie Anatomy -Watchalong Series!
00:45:31 8/30/2019
#PopcornTalk #GoodBoys #BlindedByTheLight Screen Pick's Kit Bowen hosts this week's episode of Film Critic Weekly. Joining Kit for this week's discussion is Jana Nagase, Angelique Jackson, and Elizabeth Stanton. On this week's episode, Kit and the girls will be reviewing Ready or Not and Brittany Runs A Marathon this week, in addition to discussing their favorite films of the summer. Kit Bowen Twitter: @TheMovieKit Jana Nagase Twitter: @ janaoncamera Angelique Jackson Twitter: @angelique814 Elizabeth Stanton Twitter: @elizabethmovies Make sure to subscribe to Popcorn Talk! - http://youtube.com/popcorntalknetwork HELPFUL LINKS: Website - http://popcorntalk.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Merch - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/PopcornTalk/ ABOUT POPCORN TALK: Popcorn Talk Network is the online broadcast network with programming dedicated exclusively to movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. Popcorn Talk Network is comprised of the leading members and personalities of the film press and community including E!'s Maria Menounos. Current Roster or Shows: -Anatomy of a Movie -Box Office Breakdown -Meet the Movie Press -Guilty Movie Pleasures -Marvel Movie News -DC Movie News -Action Movie Anatomy -Watchalong Series!
00:38:15 8/23/2019
#PopcornTalk #GoodBoys #BlindedByTheLight On this episode of Film Critics Weekly, Scott Menzel will discuss this week's three newest releases including Good Boys, 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, and Blinded by the Light. He will also be discussing this upcoming award season and what the plans are for Film Critics Weekly in the weeks ahead as we move into the Fall movie season and close out a decade in cinema. Make sure to subscribe to Popcorn Talk! - http://youtube.com/popcorntalknetwork HELPFUL LINKS: Website - http://popcorntalk.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Merch - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/PopcornTalk/ ABOUT POPCORN TALK: Popcorn Talk Network is the online broadcast network with programming dedicated exclusively to movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary. Popcorn Talk Network is comprised of the leading members and personalities of the film press and community including E!'s Maria Menounos. Current Roster or Shows: -Anatomy of a Movie -Box Office Breakdown -Meet the Movie Press -Guilty Movie Pleasures -Marvel Movie News -DC Movie News -Action Movie Anatomy -Watchalong Series!
00:21:29 8/16/2019
    We Live Entertainment's Ashley Menzel hosts this week's episode of Film Critic Weekly brought to you by the LAOFCS. Joining Ashley for a jammed packed show full of reviews is Kit Bowen, Jana Nagase, and Lupe Rodriguez Haas. Ashley and the gang will be reviewing several releases opening this weekend including Dora and The Lost City of Gold, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Peanut Butter Falcon, The Kitchen, The Art of Racing in the Rain, and After the Wedding. The movie pick of the week will be revealed on the show as we are still collecting votes for this week's pick. Ashley Menzel Twitter: @AshleyGMenzel Jana Nagase Twitter: @ janaoncamera Lupe Rodriguez Haas Twitter: @CineMovie Kit Bowen Twitter: @TheMovieKit Twitter: @NestorCine Presented by Popcorn Talk and the LA Online Film Critics Society, this is Film Critics 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.
00:41:55 8/9/2019
    Simon Thompson hosts this week's episode of Film Critic Weekly. Joining Simon for this week's conversation about Hobbs & Shaw, The Nightingale, and Luce is Rama Tampubolon, Nestor Bentancor, and Carla Renata. This week's special topic will focus on the critics discussing their favorite film spin-offs. Simon Thompson Twitter: @ShowbizSimon Rama Tampubolon Twitter: @RamasScreen Carla Renata Twitter: @TheCurvyCritic Nestor Bentancor Twitter: @NestorCine Presented by Popcorn Talk and the LA Online Film Critics Society, this is Film Critics 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.
00:43:27 8/2/2019
    It's Quentin Tarantino week here on LAOFCS Weekly and hosting this week's episode is Collider's John Rocha. Joining Rocha is Fandango's Nikki Novak and MTime's Jami Philbrick who will discuss all things, Tarantino. This episode will include an in-depth review of Quentin's 9th film, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, as well as a look back at all of his filmography along with the panel's picks for their favorite and least favorite film directed by the one and only Tarantino.   John Rocha  @TheRochaSays   Nikki Novak @NikkiNovak   Jami Philbrick @FeelBrock       Presented by Popcorn Talk and the LA Online Film Critics Society, this is Film Critics 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.
00:44:39 7/26/2019
   Hosting this week's episode of LAOFCS Weekly is Joblo's James Oster aka Jimmy O. James will be joined by Carla Renata and Alexander Robinson to review the Live-Action Lion King Remake, recommend one of their old school favorite Disney films, and highlight an indie film or two that you should seek out either in theaters, on streaming, or Blu-Ray.   James Oster  @JimmyToTheO   Carla Renata  @TheCurvyCritic   Alexander Robinson  @RealMr_Robinson      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.
00:45:47 7/19/2019
    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

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