Over/Under Movies Episode 40: The Most Overrated Films of 2015
Kozak rating: 2 1/2 stars

Saturday January 2, 2016    2:35 PM

Hi everyone, here's a new episode of Over/Under Movies, where three Pacific Northwest-based film critics talk about one overrated and one underrated film within the same genre, style, or tone. That being said, we have a special episode for you this time around.

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It's that time of the year for film buffs, where we get more than our fill of articles, blog posts, and podcast episodes about the best/worst movies of the year. Hopefully we can give you a fresh new angle as each of the critics dive into their picks for the most overrated films of 2015.

This episode covers only the first half of our year-end list. We'll post our episode about the most underrated films of 2015 sometime next week, so keep an eye out for that.

Erik McClanahan is the lead film critic at Oregon Arts Watch, co-host of the Adjust Your Tracking podcast (Also available on iTunes), and a contributor at The Playlist.

Ryan Oliver is the co-host of the Unspooled Reel podcast and the author of the blog Wellness in 24 Frames.

Oktay Ege Kozak is a film critic for The Playlist, DVD Talk, The Oregon Herald, and Beyazperde.

You can play the episode by clicking on the embedded player below.