"Call this an unfair generalization if you must, but old people are not good at everything."

While we usually agree with Moe Szyslak, we'd like to draw his attention to Lorenzo and Marcia, aka Reel Geezers, a pair of octogenarian film critics whose reviews have become a staple among film nerds.

Lorenzo is 86-year-old Lorenzo Semple, a high-profile screenwriter in the 1970s, whose credits include 'The Parallax View,' 'Papillon,' and 'Three Days of the Condor.' Marcia is 83-year old Marcia Nasatir, an agent and studio executive, whose production credits range from 'The Big Chill' to 'Hamburger Hill.' Together, they offer funny, trenchant and insightful reviews on a wide range of current films.
"Call this an unfair generalization if you must, but old people are not good at everything."

While we usually agree with Moe Szyslak, we'd like to draw his attention to Lorenzo and Marcia, aka Reel Geezers, a pair of octogenarian film critics whose reviews have become a staple among film nerds.

Lorenzo is 86-year-old Lorenzo Semple, a high-profile screenwriter in the 1970s, whose credits include 'The Parallax View,' 'Papillon' and 'Three Days of the Condor.' Marcia is 83-year-old Marcia Nasatir, an agent and studio executive, whose production credits range from 'The Big Chill' to 'Hamburger Hill.' Together, they offer funny, trenchant and insightful reviews on a wide range of current films.

Despite just being friends, they jovially bicker and argue like an old married couple. While both clearly still love the movies, that seems to be all they have in common. As the L.A. Times pointed out in a profile on the pair, "Nasatir is thoughtful, idealistic and an ardent feminist; Semple is gruff, sardonic and brazenly politically incorrect."

See for yourself in this collection of reviews:

'Avatar'



'Up in the Air'



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