From Blue Valentine to Marriage Story, and from Drive to Phantom Thread, Nigel and Páraic go through the most memorable and impactful films of the last decade as we get in on the trend of reviewing the 2010s. Full list of favourites in the show notes.
2011 - Drive, The Tree of Life, a Separation, Hugo, Moneyball, Take Shelter, Shame, Fast Five, Midnight in Paris, We Need to Talk About Kevin
2012 - Silver Linings Playbook, Skyfall, The Avengers, Amour, The Grey, Good Vibrations, After Lucia, Central Park Five, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, What Richard Did, Moonrise Kingdom, The Master
2013 - Gravity, Wolf of Wall Street, Mud, Frances Ha, Before Midnight, The Purge, Ain't Them Bodies Saints, 12 Years a Slave, The Way Way Back, The Place Beyond The Pines, The Selfish Giant, Django Unchained, Good Vibrations, The Grand Budapest Hotel
2014 - Ex Machina, Her, Inside Llewellyn Davis, Obvious Child, 71, It Follows, Love & Mercy, a Most Violent Year, The Battered Bastards of Baseball, The Babadook, Magic in The Moonlight, Frank
2015 - Mad Max, Boyhood, Inside Out, The Revenant, Slow West, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Carol, Inherent Vice, Enemy, Song of The Sea
2016 - Manchester by The Sea, Arrival, Green Room, I Daniel Blake, Everybody Wants Some, Midnight Special, Sing Street, Mustang, Embrace of The Serpent, The Hateful 8, The Nice Guys
2017 - Dunkirk, Get Out, Logan, Paterson, Wonder Woman, Detroit, Three Billboards, The Lost City of Z, Good Time, Blade Runner 2049, Paddington 2, Michael Inside, Maudie, The Death of Stalin, The Farthest
2018 - Call Me by Your Name, Phantom Thread, Mission Impossible Fallout, Black Panther, Roma, Spider Man Into The Spider Verse, a Star Is Born, The Hate U Give, Widows, Creed, Rosie, Journeyman, The Shape of Water, Kissing Candice
2019 - The Irishman, Marriage Story, Sorry We Missed You, Apollo 11, The Favourite, The Farewell, Burning, Pain and Glory, Bait, Mid 90s, Pain and Glory, Captain Marvel
What is Spool Film Podcast?
The place for Irish cinema-obsessives Páraic McGeough and Nigel Wheatley to discuss the best and worst films that they've seen in cinemas and on the telly. We've been on the go since 2012. Say hello @spool on Twitter.