The Cine-Men, Episode 23: Favorite Films of the Decade, Part 2.

Episode 23 of The Cine-Men is not only the penultimate show of 2019, but it’s also the second half of our “Films of the 2010s” show. That’s right – we pick right up with our favorite singular films of 2015-2019. Some of them are likely not to surprise you too much given how much air time hosts Darryl Mansel and Douglas Davidson offered them throughout the run of The Cine-Men, but there’s a pretty good bet that our reasoning will catch you off guard. At least a bit. As usual, we do begin the show with the usual discussion of recent watches and we end with a reaction to this episode’s challenges: Marriage Story (Douglas) and The Peanut Butter Falcon (Darryl).

What are your favorites from the second half of the decade? And be sure to let us know what you think of our selections.

Miss Part One? Check it out here.

Episode Description:

The Cine-Men return with the second half of their Top 10 of the Decade list! This episode covers 2015-2019, so sit back, grab your popcorn, and tune in as they reveal each film. Don’t forget the Cine-Men Challenge!

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