Since Infernal Affairs decided to randomly drop out of the list, Daniel's new breakdown choice is the 1924 Buster Keaton silent film 'Sherlock, Jr.'. Listen on as Daniel shows his knowledge on optical illusions, Dean gets his Busters mixed up, and we both discuss the dangers of stray produce.
As well as the breakdown, we find out what film is up next, give our 'Top 5 Black & White Films' and reveal who got the closest to our list and won some merch! We look at the Elite Eight matches of our 'Best Film of the 1970's' tournament, and finally we find out the results of our Pod v Pod XXI in our 'True Crime Films' draft.
So come on in and join our journey!
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Movie Watching Challenge (4:43)
IMDb Top 250 Update (5:30)
Sherlock, Jr. Breakdown (SPOILERS) (6:50)
Final Thoughts (39:55)
Our Rankings (41:15)
Our Next Movie (41:57)
Listener Reviews (45:53)
Question Of The Week (47:02)
Our Top 5 Black & White Films (48:53)
Competition Results (50:33)
1970's Film Tournament Elite Eight Matches (52:30)
Pod v Pod XXI Results (53:36)
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