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Poll: What is the best year in film?

Poll: What is the best year in film?

This weekend on Episode 185, we will have a special show featuring Nick and Justin from the Epic Film Guys podcast, and we will be debating the best years that the film industry has seen over the decades. Depending on who you ask, maybe that is 1939, 1994 or perhaps even as recent as 2007. There have been some great years for film but there are a few years that stand shoulders above the rest. For our poll this week, we want to know which year you think was the absolute best. We threw out some potential options here, but if you have a different year, feel free to let us know in the write-in option!

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  1. Forgotten Films

    I always make the case for 1984. I was a teenager in the 80’s and so many iconic films of the 80’s that shaped me as a film fan came out that year. Ghostbusters, The Terminator, The Karate Kid, Gremlins, This is Spinal Tap, Blood Simple, Sixteen Candles, The Natural, Amadeus, Splash, Romancing the Stone…heck, I’ll even put out there stuff like Temple of Doom (which gets a bad rap these days), Revenge of the Nerds and Police Academy. And probably my two favorite “bad movies I love” came out in 84 – Dune and Supergirl. It was a great year!

    • InSession Film

      Wow that is a great year. I’m also a big fan of Paris, Texas too. I wasn’t quite alive that year but I can imagine it being a fun year if you were a teenager or young adult!