Film Podcast

Voice Film Club: The "Ted 2" Debate and "Inside Out" Impresses

On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, the LA Weekly's Amy Nicholson and the Village Voice's Alan Scherstuhl in New York disagree on just about everything in Ted 2 — except that it has a few very funny moments — but only after revisiting the impressive Inside Out, which is nearly universally loved by both critics (98 percent "fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes) and audiences (it's expected to top more than $200 million).

Later, Amy recommends the new documentaries Batkid Begins and Fresh Dressed, and Alan praises What Happened, Miss Simone? (on Netflix June 26), and the near-future drama Advantageous
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