The M&M Report: A conversation with film critic Susan Wloszczyna
This week on The M&M Report, hosts Mark Lieberman and Devin Mitchell spoke to Susan Wloszczyna, who has spent more than 30 years reviewing and reporting on movies and Hollywood for USA Today, RogerEbert.com, IndieWire, AARP and more.
In addition to publishing countless reviews, interviews and features on the most popular movies in recent memory, Wlosczyna has interviewed many dozens of famous actors. Lieberman and Mitchell asked her to share some of her favorite stories, including the time George Clooney told her that his pig had died.
Come back next week for more pop culture commentary, including a review of Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”
In the meantime, here are some of the pieces Wloszczyna talked about during the podcast:
*An obituary for George Clooney’s pig.
*The story in which she coined the term “Frat Pack.”
*Her review of “Locker 13.”
*A conversation with Matthew McConaughey.
*Her review of “The Lego Movie.”
Listen to every previous episode of The M&M Report here.