In this podcast, Mike and Darren reflect on the best of video games, music and online culture in 2019!
Welcome to the 2019 WWE Statistics Series! Over the past 12 months, I’ve compiled stats on every single show WWE produced. I did this last year, and basically carried it on this year because I had lots of ideas about how to make it better. I think I’ve made a lot of improvements, so hopefully these stats will be even more insightful than last year!
Over the next 7 days, there will be a new article every day, starting with the most basic today - wins and losses.
In a strange way, I'm more excited for films of 2020 than I was for 2019. Not in terms of anticipation, as there were more films this year I was hyped for than next year, but 2020 seems so loose and free. The top films of this year were basically set in stone from January!
But routine is the backbone of life, as I've always said, so lets put the last 12 months to bed with our annual run down of the best films of 2019 (no prizes for guessing #1).
The final year of the 2010's is somehow the year I managed to watch my highest number of movies to date, capping out at a cool 35 cinema visits and plenty more seen on demand. 2019 has been the bumper year we all predicted it to be, with blockbuster release after blockbuster release, controversial and newsworthy movie stories and a close fought awards season. As this decade of movie-making closes, let's take a look back at what made 2019 so good and/or bad for film.
In this podcast, Mike and Darren reflect on the best of TV and streaming in 2019! Come back next week for part two!
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