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Ryan Ellis & Bev Ellis
The Top 100 Project
Ryan and Bev Ellis are partners in film nerdery who share their often humorous musings on the AFI's 1998 & 2007 lists of the greatest 100 American films ever made. But we finished with that in December 2015, so now we just review anything we feel like!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 160 ratings
i love it
This is my favorite podcast and I always listen to it after watching a film. They always point out things I didn’t pick up and i love Bev’s insights into editing and how Ryan can remember everything (especially when it comes to the oscars). I appreciate how they can disagree with each other and...Read full review »
calummm42069 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/27/21
Best Marriage
You two clearly have the best marriage. Not only do you get along but you make each other laugh. That said it’s your reviews that are the star of each show. They are really good and informative. Last year you did your favorite comedies. You need to repeat that format for other categories....Read full review »
Merrimack-Kid via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/24/21
Solid podcast
I don’t always agree with their assessments, and I think they allow their politics to intrude into their analyses too often, but the hosts are enthusiastic film lovers whose conversations are often enjoyable and sometimes edifying. In my books, that makes a solid podcast that is fit for a bike...Read full review »
napoleon213 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/11/21
Recent Episodes
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Published 01/17/22
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