Wednesday, July 29, 2020

FTM 549: RE-DOING OUR FAVORITE MOVIES OF 2004

Patrick and Erika celebrate their anniversary week by re-doing their list of favorite movies from the year they got married.



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Also discussed this episode: At the Drive-In (2017), Showbiz Kids (2020), Relic (2020)

15 comments:

  1. 2004 was supposed to be my summer. I was going into my senior year, had turned 17 and had a very unsafe 1991 F-150. I then spent my summer....seeing nothing but trash. Troy, I, Robot, AvP, Paparazzi, Dodgeball. I think Collateral is the only movie I saw that summer that I've actually gone back to. Good memories.

    Anyway, I love these episodes, can't wait for the next one. Happy Anniversary guys!

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  2. Thanks for this, it's a real blessing to get this every week, especially nowadays. Just one request, could you guys be more in love?

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  3. Ooh! I forgot! Howl's Moving Castle? Any thoughts?

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    1. A HUGE blind spot for me! I'm the worst! I must get to this soon. Thank you for reminding me. <3

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    2. Of all the many things you seem to be, I doubt the worst is one of them. Hope you like the flick whenever you get to it. A castle moves!

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  4. List episodes are my favorite! I also started making lists around the same time. I’m about the same age as you guys. Neither of you had The Village on your original top ten, so my list is automatically more embarrassing
    My original top 10:
    1. Garden State
    2. Primer
    3. In Good Company
    4. Man on Fire
    5. The Terminal
    6. Sideways
    7. Kill Bill: vol 2
    8. Hotel Rwanda
    9. The Villiage
    10. Napoleon Dynamite

    New top 10:
    1. The Terminal
    2. Man on Fire
    3. Kill Bill: Vol 2
    4. Garden State
    5. Primer
    6. Napoleon Dynamite
    7. Hotel Rwanda
    8. Sideways
    9. Anchorman
    10. Mean Girls


    Aviator , Huckabees and Eternal Sunshine were on my honorable mentions, only seen them once. I need to rewatch those and adjust my list.

    Of my new top 10 The terminal is by far the movie I’ve seen most from this year (5 times?) thus the #1 spot. The rest I’ve seen 2 or 3 times.

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    1. I also lost my affection for Garden State, but the top 3 are the only ones I love from that year

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    2. I thought HOTEL RWANDA was a different year... what is wrong with me? HA ha! I mess up every list! I had IN GOOD COMPANY in my notes somewhere!

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  5. Great podcast, you two! And so great to hear praise for The Aviator, which I've always liked even though it has taken a real critical beating in recent years. It's an ambitious-but-flawed movie, but it's about an ambitious but flawed person.

    Curious why The Invisible Man doesn't make the best horror of 2020 list.

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  6. Another great one! Happy anniversary yall !!

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  7. Ahhhh you two are so stinkin cute together......

    That is all. Happy anniversary.

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  8. I loved the Spiderman monthly presentsbuild up. As a big Raimi fan Spiderman was also super exciting to me. Happy Anniversary guys. Hope you have an Xtrordinary great 16th.

    PS

    WE NEED TO SEE THAT DANCE. YOU KNOW THAT RIGHT....

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  9. Always amazed that you both kept your best of lists from so long ago. Makes for a great podcast.
    It was interesting hearing you discuss The Aviator and how it elicited sympathy for Howard Hughes. I'm currently reading Karina Longworth's (You must remember this podcast) book on Howard Hughes, and she paints a decidedly unsympathetic portrait of him. Well worth reading if you're interested in early Hollywood and Hughes in particular.

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