This is a big one folks. Film Tank brings you TWO rankings in one episode. First up, we “briefly” discuss our Top 6 films of 2019, before making way for the main event: a dive into our favorite films of the 2010s.
Film Tank takes a look at the first (and hopefully only) season of HBO’s foray into the Watchmen canon with Damon Lindelof’s bold TV series set in Alan Moore’s universe, first created in 1986 with Dave Gibbons in the seminal 12 issue series.
The Skywalker saga comes to a close. Listen to Film Tank’s review of how effectively it went about closing off this recent trilogy and the saga as a whole.
Nothing says the holidays like adultery, romantic declarations about 9/11, mental institutions, Mariah Carey, fat-shaming, The Troggs, implied indentured servitude, nativity lobsters, and Wisconsin’s well-known affinity for clandestinely operating brothels in well-lit dive bars for for European tourists.
Film Tank presents Love, Actually. Or rather, Richard Curtis does. We just watched it.
Rian Johnson arrives to a galaxy far closer to you than his previous film inhabited in order to take on class wars in the new murder mystery film Knives Out.
Martin Scorsese writes an elegy for gangster films, and the incredibly flawed men who inhabit them. This week’s film: THE IRISHMAN.