Summer Movies


Bob Mondello
* NPR Movie Reviewer

John Tibbetts
* Associate Professor of Theater and Film, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas

Ella Taylor
* Movie Critic, LA Weekly

The summer movie season is in full swing. By all accounts more of us are going to see them. But the reviewers say they're mostly bad. Why is going to the movies suddenly popular? How do you decide what to see? Why are some films hot and some are not? The good and the bad summer movies. Join Neal Conan for Talk of the Nation from NPR News.



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