Episode 74 – Top 10 of 2010

Spencer and John share their top 10 films for 2010, before closing the show out with their DVD picks of the week.

For his DVD pick, John selected Mark Romanek’s follow-up to One Hour Photo, Never Let Me Go (DVD/Blu-ray). Spencer chose the indie monster movie, Monsters (DVD/Blu-ray).

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Spencer was born and raised in New Mexico. He grew up with the many great films of the 1980’s before having his world rocked after seeing The Usual Suspects. He moved to Washington State to go to the University of Washington, and currently any free time he currently has is split between working on film projects and watching films.

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  • Scott

    Nice shirt John!

  • John

    Thanks. We at The Macguffin enjoyed having that shirt on the show so much that it’ll be back for an encore performance next week. Stay tuned!

  • Jen

    Are Michelle Williams & Ryan Gosling really “middle aged” in “Blue Valentine”? I haven’t seen it so they I don’t know the time frame of the film, but if that’s what middle aged is now then I’m going to have to retire next week.

  • John

    You’re right, maybe not middle aged. I was trying to show that we’ve seen stories about people who get older together and fall out of love and most of those are usually older characters, so I said middle aged as a catch-all. They are actually early-mid 20s and early-mid 30s.

  • Edmusinc

    Props to you guys. I have just seen both 127 Hours and True Grit recently, and they both would have ended up on my top 10 for the year if I had seen them before making my list. So consider this an ammendment. Both of ’em were durn good!!