Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Mamo #105: The one where we go too far

2007 is at a close, so it's time for a year-end wrap-up, as the Matts find themselves on opposite sides of a pair of top ten lists, as well as union rights, and a certain format war. Happy new year!


Blogger Vasta said...

Good timing guys. I just released my top ten of the year (and a lot more) on Eloquation today, and there's some bit of crossover between our lists.

Matt Brown, glad I was there with you to watch your favorite film of the year.

And Matthew Price, don't worry, I've see Ratatouille eight times now.

I missed Une vieille maƮtresse at TIFF this year and have been kicking myself for that. If you ever do find out when it's out and where I can get it, please do let me know!

(I really liked The Substitute as well, just didn't make my top ten.)

Can I say one really hilarious thing? Someone on Twitter just derided my choices said that Meet the Robinsons was the best animated film of the past decade. Ha!

Oh, and I have a friend that writes for a TV show, and yes, he's exactly how MP describes writers. But we still luv him.

10:52 AM  
Blogger Tederick said...

Sameer, you and I trying to hold 13 seats at the Scoshe together for Pirates 3 is one of my moviegoing highlights of the year. :)

2:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm surprised you guys didnt talk about the Dark Knight trailer.
Everyone seems to love it and they're saying that Heath is a superior Joker to Jack.
I'll be seeing There Will Be Blood tomorrow.

My favs last year are Transformers,No Country for Old Men, Juno,The Bourne Supremacy, Atonement, No Reservations,Zodiac, & The Savages.

Ky in Boston

2:41 PM  
Blogger Tederick said...

Unfortunately, Ky, one of the perils of doing the show a bit more infrequently than we used to is that we even occasionally forget what the hell is going on. Even, it appears, if it involves the franchise that started us off!

The Dark Knight trailer was fascinating, not exactly a grand slam in my opinion, but certainly promising. I am very much looking forward to the film.

10:51 PM  

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