Also discussed: The Trip (2010), King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017).
Welcome back to another very special episode of Nic, Tys and Videotape, as we return to a series that we like to pull out every now and then when we can't think of anything else to talk about, 'WE RANK STUFF'! And this week, we're continuing our quest to name our favourite films of every year we have (as in Nic and Tys... not like the collective "we"...) been on the planet by ranking our FAVOURITE MOVIES OF 2004.
We've got great movies, not-so-great movies, forgotten movies and downright disappointing movies, as well as some fun games and side-tangents that bloat this episode our to our longest yet! And once you've listened to our unqualified opinions, don't forget to jump on the social networks to let us know YOUR picks for your FAVOURITE FILMS OF 2004!
We even included a few of our regular segments for some reason, so you can hear talk trailers in Talkin' Trailers, and we have a relatively in-depth chat about an attempted franchise starter from earlier this year that has been far from successful in What Did You Watch This Week?
As always here are the ways to get in touch with us if you would like to suggest a film for us to talk about, a different topic you like us to rank, or to ask a question to be featured in our MAILBAG segment:
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NEXT WEEK!! We're starting to look at one of the BIGGEST franchises in film history, by talking about it's worst entry (well... that's debatable in recent times!)... Welcome back to the podcast for a third time, Arnold Schwarzenegger, as we discuss TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES.
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