Berkreviews.com Moviecast Top Five Movies episode 097 – Pablo Bryant

Berkreviews.com Moviecast Top Five Movies episode 097 – Pablo Bryant

During the Florida Film Festival, Jonathan (@berkreviews) was able to catch Mr. Fish: Cartooning From The Deep End (2017). Jonathan really enjoyed the documentary so he reached out the director, Pablo Bryant, to see if he’d like to come on the show. They got together and discussed how the film came to be, how he got into filmmaking, and other related topics. Before departing, Pablo shared his reluctant all-time Top Five Movie list.

Pablo’s All-Time Top Five List:

  • Darwin’s Nightmare (2004) (documentary)
  • Caché (2005)
  • Network (1976)
  • Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
  • Young Frankenstein (1974)

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Top Five Movies formats

There are two types of Top Five Movie episodes. The traditional format of the show features Jonathan and two guests, usually Corey and Mike, who create their lists for the chosen topic in secret and reveal them on the episode. The other format is an interview style where a guest discusses films in general and ends the episode going over their personal, all-time Top Five.

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