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Episode 47: Top 5 Movies with Friends The Story Monster Podcast

This is my second compilation episode. My friends and I got together earlier this year to discuss our love of film. They just don't make movies like they used to. I'm starting to sound like an old man aren't I? Oh well, it is what it is. Share your favorite movies with me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at The Story Monster. Don't forget to leave a positive rating wherever you listen to podcasts. For updates on new content, subscribe to the The Story Monster newsletter for spoiler-free reviews and more. Thanks for listening! Kaiya's Top 5 Movies · Rat Race (2001) · The Matrix (1999) · The Five Heartbeats (1991) · Shrek (2001) · The Princess Diaries (2001) Ryan's Top 5 Movies · Back to the future (1985) · Ghostbusters (1984) · Without Limits (1998) · Top Gun (1986) · The Departed (2006) Calvin's Top 5 Movies · Beat Street (1984) · Steel Magnolias (1989) · I’m Gonna Git You Sucka (1988) · Life (1999) · Captain America: Civil War (2016) David's Top 5 Movies · Jurassic Park (1993) · The Godfather (1972) · The Godfather II (1974) · The Shawshank Redemption (1994) · Top Gun (1986) FOLLOW ME: Sounds & images are property of, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
  1. Episode 47: Top 5 Movies with Friends
  2. Episode 46: Tales of Despair – When God Ignored His Children
  3. Episode 45: House of The Dragon Family Tree
  4. Episode 44: Blacktooth Battalion charges forward with Omari Malik
  5. Episode 43: Journey to 'Ikuā with Moana McAdams & Ryan Robinson
  6. Episode 42: Tales of Despair – A Growing Boy
  7. Episode 41: Interview with The Vampire w/Illustrator, Ryan Robinson
  8. Episode 40: Nicole Givens Kurtz and Blackened Roots, An Anthology of the Undead
  9. Episode 39: Vesenia Lindsey presents the DC & Marvel mashup "Pulsetober"
  10. Episode 38: Tales of Despair – A Song of Sorrow & Beware the Inanis


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