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Screen Verdict

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Movies, TV or just pop culture; Jonathan and Matt have opinions and they aren't afraid to give them.

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Movies, TV or just pop culture; Jonathan and Matt have opinions and they aren't afraid to give them.

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Screen Verdict

Latest release on Jan 01, 2021

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Rank #1: MTV VMAs 2019 - Our Vote for Best Music Video of the Year

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That's right, we're only 4 months late! On the podcast Matt and Jonathan review each of the music videos nominated for Video of the Year. Using a complicated scoring system, we each give a score out of 5 for a combined score out of 10 and the Screen Verdict Interns calculate a winner. We then look up the 5 month old result and compare winners! Let us know whether you agree with our verdict and which video won your vote! For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Dec 18 2019

55mins

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Rank #2: 'Skyfall' Review - 007 Scores a 00?

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On the podcast this week Screen Verdict reviews the 23rd instalment in the Bond series, Skyfall. Matt and Jonathan share their history with Bond, Matt makes some suggestions for the series and Jonathan points out something shared between Sam Mendes and Bond. They then discuss all the key Bond points including motorbikes on rooftops, Bond girls, creepy villains and why Bond could have used Kevin from Home Alone for the climax of the film. Lastly they provide a Screen Verdict rating for the film and discuss the sexiest people of the year in Housekeeping. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - http://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Dec 01 2012

37mins

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Rank #3: 'Twilight' Review - Breaking Down 'Breaking Dawn Part 2'

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(Spoilers in podcast) In our highly anticipated second Twilight podcast, Screen Verdict reviews Breaking Dawn Part 2. With Part 1 receiving a combined 2/20 our expectations were high. The podcast discusses the various developments in the film including Bella becoming a vampire, Jacob's imprinting of Renesmee, rounding up the vampire troops and the final showdown of the saga. This leads to some discussions about why Bella seems to have all the best vampire skills, Charlie being confused by common sense, Jacob's awkward one liners, huge cameos, bloodless decapitations and our summary of the saga. Then we provide a divisive Screen Verdict rating for the film and in Housekeeping Jonathan shares his experience at the Pan Pacific Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championships. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - http://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Nov 23 2012

54mins

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Rank #4: Stranger Things 3 Review - Strange, Stranger or Strangest?

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This week Screen Verdict reviews the most talked about show of the year not named Game of Thrones - it's Stranger Things! We break down each storyline, compare it to the first 2 seasons and make our predictions for Stranger Things 4! For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Oct 27 2019

53mins

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Rank #5: VEEP Season 7 - The Farewell Review

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For the second week in a row we say goodbye to one of our favourite HBO shows and this time it's VEEP! The seventh and final season wraps things up for the Emmy Award and SV Award winning series. Does it do it justice? We break down what happens to all our favourite characters and give our thoughts on the biggest moments of the season. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Jun 11 2019

1hr 4mins

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Rank #6: PEN15 - Season 1 Review

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On this week's podcast Screen Verdict reviews season one of Hulu's PEN15, the new comedy show with two 30 year olds playing 13 year olds in the year 2000. Throughout the podcast we discuss the quintessential middle school experiences that Maya and Anna go through on the show and compare them to ours that we experienced in Sydney, Australia around the exact same time. Notable moments we discuss include concert performances, instant messenger convos, and the first mature movies that we watched. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

May 08 2019

45mins

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Rank #7: Vice Review - Dick Cheney Meets Anchorman

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On this week's podcast Screen Verdict reviews Vice, the latest film from Adam McKay. As well as navigating historical and political minefields we discuss SV favourites Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Steve Carrell as well as the best 4th wall breaking moments in the film. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Feb 02 2019

49mins

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Rank #8: 'House of Cards' - Final Season Review

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Frank Underwood might be gone, but Jonathan and Matt are back for the final season of 'House of Cards.' They talk about how many people should you include on assassination plans, whether Frank was thinking of launching a podcast and whether Jonathan is the Doug of 'Screen Verdict.' Then in 'Housekeeping,' Jonathan shares some celebrity sightings and Matt relives some recent car trouble. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us - http://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Dec 19 2018

1hr 13mins

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Rank #9: Making a Murderer Part 2 - A New (Screen) Verdict

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The Netflix documentary that shocked the world, Making a Murderer, is back with more evidence and more theories for Screen Verdict to sink their teeth into. On the podcast we discuss the best ways to throw lawyers under the bus, see how Steven Avery could have used the cast of Mythbusters, and learn why Matt formed a new opinion on Dr. Phil. Lastly we give our ratings for the season as well as our all important Screen Verdict (slightly less important than a federal judge's verdict). For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Nov 15 2018

1hr 12mins

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Rank #10: Emmy Awards 2018 - Predictions and Opinions Part 2 (Drama)

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In Part 2 of our 2018 Emmy Awards podcast we review the Drama categories including Best Actor, Actress, and Series. Matt and Jonathan discuss who they they would vote for and make predictions on who will take home the gold statues. Along the way Jonathan shares why NBC needs to chill with their commercials and Matt reveals whether his opinion was swayed after being sent a free magazine by one of the nominated shows. Let us know your thoughts on the Emmys at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Sep 12 2018

44mins

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Rank #11: Star Wars: The Last Jedi (but probably not the last Star Wars) Review

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After a little time to mull over the latest instalment in the Star Wars series, Screen Verdict is back with their next review. Along the way we crunch the finances to make a bold prediction on the future of Star Wars, take our cues from Luke Skywalker on how to look cool while waiting for a meeting, and sift our way through a number of plot twists... or plot holes. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Jan 20 2018

50mins

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Rank #12: HBO Catch Up - 'Girls', 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'The Newsroom' (sort of)

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One the podcast this week we round up several seasons of HBO shows that finished in the last couple of months and hits them a Screen Verdict. For season 4 of Girls we discuss moving to Iowa, coming out in your 60s, interviewing for your first job, and running for local council. For season 5 of Boardwalk Empire we talk about how pretty much everyone dies. And lastly seeing as Jonathan hasn't seen season 3 of The Newsroom, Matt shares a story from the HBO party for the season premiere involving Aaron Sorkin, Olivia Munn and Jeff Daniels. For all our reviews and competitions you can Likes us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Jun 03 2015

46mins

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Rank #13: 'Bloodline' - Season 1 Review

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(Part One is Spoiler Free and Part Two contains Spoilers) Whether you binged watch this upon its release or whether you've just watched the final episode, join Screen Verdict for our review of Netflix's Bloodline. In Part One we review the premise of the show and discuss whether we were excited for Season 1 of Bloodline featuring Kyle Chandler, Ben Mendelsohn and the writers of Damages. Then in Part Two we can discuss all the juicy spoilers for the season and make predictions for Season 2. For all of our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

May 24 2015

43mins

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Rank #14: 'Birdman' Review - Soars to Great Heights or Gets Sucked Into a Jet?

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This week Screen Verdict reviews the film Birdman in which Michael Keaton plays an actor tackling a serious role 20 years after he turned down the third film in a blockbuster superhero franchise. (Sound familiar?) Matt and Jonathan discuss their expectations, a Q and A with Michael Keaton and Edward Norton, and review the rest of the notable cast. We then give our Screen Verdict rating for the film and in Housekeeping we give a rating for Matt as a House Guest and Jonathan as a Host. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Nov 18 2014

55mins

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Rank #15: 'Game of Thrones' - Season 4 Review

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(Insert humming of theme tune here) On our of biggest podcasts of the year, Screen Verdict reviews the sensation that is Game of Thrones. Matt and Jonathan discuss the key players, all the big moves, and the watercooler moments. We share our opinion on who played the game well and make some predictions for Season 5. Some topics include a GoT clip show presented through dwarf theatre, who we'd like to follow on Twitter, and douchey things to say to people before they die. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Jul 16 2014

1hr 3mins

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Rank #16: 'True Detective' - Season 1 Review

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Part One (0-27 minutes) is Spoiler Free. In the first part of this week's podcast Screen Verdict talks detective stuff including theme music and Matt's high school CSI club. We then talk about the premise of the show, our thoughts on Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey and give our Screen Verdict rating. We also tease a unsolved case of our own from the 90s. Part Two (27-58 minutes) contains SPOILERS. In our spoiler section of the podcast we talk about all the major plot developments, get confused between mowing someone's lawn and cutting their grass and attempt to solve the case of the missing cookies. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Mar 28 2014

58mins

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Rank #17: 'Boardwalk Empire' - Season 4 Review

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(Podcast contains spoilers) In the last podcast before Jonathan heads home Down Under, Screen Verdict reviews the latest season of HBO's Boardwalk Empire. We see if it can live up to Matt's indifference and being one of Jonathan's favourite shows. On the podcast we learn why mobsters should learn jiu jitsu, why you should train your butler to deal with interrogation and when in doubt blame 'Jack'. Lastly we give our Screen Verdict rating and wrap up all the big podcast news in Housekeeping. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Dec 23 2013

1hr 1min

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Rank #18: 'Hello Ladies' Review with Stephen Merchant Interview

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Screen Verdict is excited to review the new HBO comedy from the co-creator of The Office, Stephen Merchant. We talk about the first season of Hello Ladies and also share some excerpts from Matt's Gold Derby interview with Stephen himself. In the podcast we discuss the Stuart's quest for unobtainable women, the cringe factor, dating troubles and Jonathan also likens Matt to a character in the show. We then give our Screen Verdict rating and in Housekeeping, we hear some celebrity encounters and Stephen Merchant provides Matt with some dating advice. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Dec 05 2013

43mins

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Rank #19: 'Captain Phillips' - All Aboard for Our 'Bored or On Board?' Review

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(Minor Spoilers in Podcast) This week Screen Verdict heads out on the high seas with our review of Captain Phillips. The title alone sets our imaginations off with movie ideas but after narrowing down the premise, we talk about some of our favourite pirate movies and our thoughts on actor Tom Hanks and director Paul Greengrass. Getting into the film we talk about Captain Phillips and his ability to scheme like MacGyver and whether the pirates found themselves in hot water over hostage taking or illegal downloads. We also give our Screen Verdict rating for the film and in a massive Housekeeping segment, Matt and Jonathan share celebrity stories, share a business opportunity, pitch a new podcast segment and lay down a trap for Stephen Merchant in Matt's upcoming interview. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Oct 26 2013

43mins

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Rank #20: 'Only God Forgives' Review - A Film More Divisive Than Religion

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In our 101st podcast Jonathan tries to hype up an indifferent Matt to review the latest film from Ryan Gosling and director of Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn. First we explain the premise and the seedy world of Only God Forgives. Then we move onto the characters including a blank son, an evil mother and a mysterious policeman. We also address the violence, the karaoke and Matt offending someone in the cinema. Lastly we finish with our Screen Verdict rating and in Housekeeping we read out some reader's suggestions from last week's SV awards. For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

Aug 23 2013

45mins

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