There Will Be Movies – Episode 56: A Few Good Men

Ben Phillips & Matt Waters present 25 of their favourite movies from the 1990s.

We figured Matt hadn’t had enough opportunities to voice his concerning opinions on Aaron Sorkin so what better place than taking it back to the start of his career? We talk sexism, softball, the stacked cast and some other stuff that doesn’t start with an S.

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Ranking Analyzing & Predicting the 2021 Academy Award for Best Motion Picture

Mike Thomas and Jerome Cusson debated the 2017 Academy Award Best Picture Nominees in the form of a podcast. In 2018, we went with a written preview (which contained a frankly amazing HELLBOY gag)We came back yet again in 2019 with no change in the system and then again in 2020.

BUT THIS YEAR IN OUR LIKELY FINAL YEAR DOING THIS COLUMN, we are SHAKING things up. Instead of ranking a fairly mediocre slate of films, we split the films up and did a small write-up on the merits of each film and then out some predictions at the end. Continue reading Ranking Analyzing & Predicting the 2021 Academy Award for Best Motion Picture

There Will Be Movies – Episode 30: Moneyball

30) Moneyball

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

Take me out to the ball game… take me out to the something else. That’s sincerely all the lyrics we know to that famous song which bodes well for two British dudes talking baseball for an hour! How fun!
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There Will Be Movies – Episode 27: The Social Network

27) The Social Network

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

Back to our regularly scheduled programming with a film Ben believes to be the very best one ever covered by The Reel World. Continue reading There Will Be Movies – Episode 27: The Social Network

Jerome’s 100 Favorite Movies Ever: The Social Network

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(Check out the list so far)

The Movie: The Social Network (2010)

One Sentence Plot Summary: Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher pretend that Mark Zuckerberg invented a social network because of a bad relationship but inadvertently reveal the co-founder of Facebook’s amoral sociopathic tendencies. Continue reading Jerome’s 100 Favorite Movies Ever: The Social Network