Episode 05 – Our Top 10 Favorite Films of All Time

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Since Gaius is sleeping, David and Luis host this week’s episode.

1:00 – Our deepest apologies to our listeners. We nixed last week’s planned podcast of the 2nd part of our Batman and Robin due to sound issues. The quality wasn’t up to what we wanted for you and so we are starting fresh this week.

2:10 – First up, have you seen the new It trailer?

Watch the side by side comparison of original It (1990) and the new film.

5:00 – Next week’s episode, David and Gaius will get into a deep discussion on episode 6 of Bates Motel‘s fifth season.

7:00 – The Boss Baby debate – Luis hated it and David liked it. Read his review here.

9:50 – Box Office Results

  1. The Boss Baby – $26.3 million
  2. Beauty and the Beast – $25 million
  3. Smurfs: The Lost Village – $14 million
  4. Going in Style – $12.5 million
  5. Ghost in the Shell – $7.3 million
  6. Power Rangers – $6.2 million
  7. Kong: Skull Island – $5.8 million
  8. Logan – $4 million
  9. Get Out – $4 million
  10. The Case for Christ – $3.9 million

Get Out Becomes Highest Grossing Debut Film With An Original Screenplay

14:00 – UNREEL

 16:33 – David and Luis Talk Their Top 10 Favorite Movies of All Time


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About David Gonzalez 890 Articles

As Reel Talk’s Founder and CEO, David is an avid film geek and collector of over 2,000 movies. As Reel Talk’s #1 film critic, he provides his unbiased opinion on all good or bad films, past and present. He’s a connoisseur
of all things Batman and Star Wars. Email him at reeltalkinc@gmail.com or follow on Twitter @reeltalkinc_

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