There Will Be Movies – Episode 46: If Beale Street Could Talk

Ben Phillips & Matt Waters continue to present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, this time with 2010 – 2019.

At last, an excuse to talk about Regina King again! How did more people not get Oscar nominations for this film? Why not Moonlight? Has Matt ever read a book? Let’s discuss!

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Next week: Booksmart

Questions? Comments? Hit us up on Twitter @willbemovies

Intro/Outro music courtesy of Goldblume

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If this was your first time experiencing the dulcet tones of Ben & Matt then why not check out their other podcasts: Ben & Matt’s MARVELlous JourneyCountdown to Destruction?Secret Agent MenNothing Ever Ends and Kicky Punchy Men?

Matt continues to recap episodes of Batman: The Animated Series every Saturday and Sunday. This week Batman battles a literal werewolf and Kyodai Ken returns.

Jerome has at least completed his 100 Favorite Movies Ever, including a review of this very film! Look out for a pair of podcasts presenting the films in ranked order soon.

Kevin & Jerome’s Breaking Bad podcast, Reel Bad, continues its coverage of Better Call Saul. A new episode drops tomorrow covering season 4 of BCS. But that’s not all, as the final episode (for now) will be released before the end of the month.

STAR WARS WEEK is coming…

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Matt Waters

Brit dude who likes both things AND stuff and has delusions of being some kind of writer or something. Basketball, video games, comic books, films, music, other random stuff.

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