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Are you tired of overly cynical film discussion? Shows that seem to revel in their nitpicks and bad faith arguments? Well do we have a show for you; welcome to TOP 10! A brand new movie podcast hosted by Dak, Cam, and Tyler -- three film lovers and filmmakers who hope to inspire more positive discourse about beloved films, critical darlings, and overlooked masterpieces. Each season they collectively average each of their top 10 films of any given year into one list of 10 films. At it's heart ...
 
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And just like that -- the boys have reached their collective #1 film of 2018: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Join them, along with special guest artist and animator Emma Holland, as they delve into this balls to the wall masterpiece. But why is this film so God level? How did a pitch that is objectively a 7/10 become the world's first ever 15/1…
 
For their #2 film of their 2018 Miniseries, the boys are checking into a little hotel on the border of Nevada and California; oh that's right, this week we're talking (in Tyler and Dak's opinion) the under-appreciated masterpiece of the year, Drew Goddard's Bad Times at the El Royale. Learn how this film was initially supposed to be the first ever …
 
For their collective #3 film of 2018, the boys are discussing Bart Layton’s Docu-Drama American Animals! Join them as they delve into the film’s unique structure and format, the career-best performance on display from Evan Peters, and the stylish direction from Bart Layton that makes this film so slick and effective. Also, Tyler actively tries to d…
 
In this week’s very special BONUS EPISODE the boys got together to discuss one of the wildest occurrences in Hollywood filmmaking history: Zack Snyder’s Justice League. But after all of this hype, is the movie actually good? I it possibly great? Join them as they dive into the film’s notorious production, the thorniness of the story surrounding the…
 
The boys are back after their unanticipated and unannounced hiatus to discuss Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, and their #4 movie of 2018: A Star is Born. This week they’re joined by special guest, filmmaker Dominique DeLuca to dive into the film’s clever subversive screenplay, the unwieldy acting talent of Cooper and his Co-Star Lady Gaga, as w…
 
For the halfway mark of their 2018 Miniseries, the boys are tackling Jim Cummings’s masterful indie tragi-comedy Thunder Road. Join them as they discuss Cummings’s unique and endearing directorial style, his richly layered performance, and the vast ensemble that fleshes out the world of this special film. Also — they pitch a John Travolta comeback …
 
This week the boys are venturing back to a darker time in all of our lives with Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade, with special guest, actress Ashley Allen. Join them for countless middle school anecdotes, as well as discussing the films nuanced construction that creates a cringe-inducing and life-affirming coming of age rollercoaster. Also, this is the fi…
 
Today the boys are discussing Dak’s #1 movie of 2018, and our collective #7: Boots Riley’s Sorry to Bother You. Together they delve into Riley’s scathing satirical script, LaKeith Stanfield’s already iconic performance, and the amazing score (Also by Riley) that drives through this thing like cocaine through a De Palma movie. Man this movie is wild…
 
For their #8 Movie of 2018 the boys are tackling Dak’s #2 movie of the year, Julian Schnabel’s At Eternity’s Gate. Join them as they discuss how Schnabel’s fast-paced and improvisatory direction reflects the creative process of his subject, an artistic choice that’s perfectly complimented by Benoît Delhomme’s naturalistic cinematography, and Willem…
 
You may be having a lot of questions — for example: Are the boys covering First Man, the third directorial effort from Damien Chazelle? Do they dive into Ryan Gosling’s layered performance, and the haunting score by Justin Hurwitz? What about Linus Sadgren’s richly classical cinematography? Does Dak share the story of the time he had a seizure? Is …
 
For the first official entry in their 2018 Miniseries, the boys are discussing Ari Aster’s masterclass in contemporary horror; Hereditary. Listen as they gush about Aster’s air-tight script and direction, Pawel Pogorzelski’s chilling cinematography, and possibly Toni Collette’s career best performance. There’s also technical difficulties a plenty a…
 
Hear ye! The boys are back for a brand new Miniseries! This time around they're tackling their collective Top 10 films of 2018. A year full of big melodramatic swings that make Tyler cry, hard-hitting social satire perfectly tuned to Dak, and -- I don't know Cam probably is gonna make us watch some anime again. For this episode join them as they de…
 
ANOTHER ROUND! That’s right, for their first ever Palette Cleanser episode, the boys have spun the wheel of chance and landed on Cam’s pick A Silent Voice. However, as was drafted into the Top 10! Constitution, the rules dictate that we must cover the palette cleanser episode immediately after viewing the film and playing a drinking game simultaneo…
 
And bringing to a close their first ever Miniseries, the boys are very proud to present The 2019 Topper Awards! Join them as they embark through (just about) every major category of the Academy and give you their picks from 2019! And stay tuned to the end for a tease of next week’s palette cleanser episode, and thank you all for ringing in your 202…
 
This is how we all win! Ladies and gents, if you’re joining us today then you have officially made it through our 2019 Miniseries! Today the boys discuss their #1 movie of the year, Uncut Gems. Join as Tyler uncontrollably gushes over this film for two hours. Together they delve into The Safdie Bros’ masterful writing and direction, the films brill…
 
Like all other shows, it’s time for Top 10’s Holiday Special! Join the boys as they get festive with their #2 pick of 2020, James Gray’s Ad Astra. Together they discuss the legend known as Hoyte van Hoytema, the sharp societal critiques the script is making about capitalism, and what sets this Science Fiction character piece apart from others in th…
 
This is truly, so metaphorical. For their #3 of 2019, the boys have on special guest producer Natalie Veater to discuss Bong Joon-ho’s smash South-Korean hit, Parasite. They discuss the film’s complex societal commentary, Joon-ho’s elegant and poised directing, Song Kang-ho’s masterful performance, and the rich cinematography by Hong Kyung-pyo. The…
 
OH BOY! This is a big one! Today the boy’s examine Joe Talbot’s The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Dak’s #1 movie of the year and the show's collective #4. Together they delve into the mesmerizing score by Emile Mosseri, Adam Newport-Berra’s jaw-dropping cinematography, and the undeniable humanity that the film is able to provoke with its thought…
 
At the halfway point for their 2019 Miniseries, the boys have special guest camera operator Konner Michel on to discuss the underrated indie drama Waves. Together they delve into Trey Edward Shults' masterful direction and use of camera movement, Drew Daniels's mind-bending cinematography, and the mixed response the film received on release. Tyler …
 
And just like that, we're off to another entry in the boys' Top 10 of 2019. This week join them as they discuss Noah Baumbach's wonderfully melancholy Marriage Story. They delve into the film's brilliant screenplay, the already iconic argument scene, and of course more Laura Dern talk. Also, Cam tries his best to shoehorn memes into the show and no…
 
In the fourth and incredibly delayed entry in their 2019 Miniseries, the boys tackle Ryan Johnson’s box-office smash original comedy whodunnit Knives Out with special guest, photographer Nat Sturzl! Together they dissect how one film can slap so hard from start to finish, gush about the living legend Steve Yedlin, and the indomitable force that is …
 
For the second episode in their 2019 Miniseries, the boys tackle Alma Har’el ’s gaping look into Shia LaBeouf’s soul; Honey Boy. Together they delve into Natasha Braier’s stunning cinematography, LaBeouf’s nuanced script and performance, and the surreal quality Har’el instills in every scene that makes this film such an unexpected home run. They al…
 
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