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Socially Distanced Podcast Episode #11: Is ‘The Social Network’ The Best Film of the Decade?

Listen to Episode 11 of the Socially Distanced Podcast on Spotify, Anchor, and Apple Podcasts.

The 11th episode of the Socially Distanced Podcast was an episode we weren’t sure we even wanted to record, and we were even debating about releasing this week.

Ultimately, we figured, since the mantra of Pop Break is to provide a pop culture break from the heaviness in the world, that may be a podcast would be a small break in all this. If you want to give this a listen (and we get it if you don’t and want to come back to it later, or not at all even) Bill, Al, and special guest Ryan DeMarco talk about their five favorite movies from the 2010s might serve as a bit of a break, and debate whether or not The Social Network, as stated by Quentin Tarantino, is one of the best movies of the decade.

Of course these opinions are just our personal favorites. If you want to get more educated and insightful perspectives on what movies from this decade and others you need to watch, we highly recommend you check out And the Winner Still Is or The Way Too Early Oscar Predictions Podcast, hosted by film editor Marisa Carpico, and senior editor Matt Taylor. Both can be found on SoundCloud or Apple Podcasts.

However, back to that “break” discussed earlier. We hope this podcast does provide a break, however this break can’t be permanent. If we truly want to see a change in the world, we need to keep putting in the work after the hashtags and memes quiet down. We cannot sit back and let black men and black women to live in fear for their lives every single day. We all, yes we’re looking in the mirror when we say this, need to do better, be better, and provide sustained action.

So, enjoy this podcast, and if you have the means please supportĀ Black Lives Matter.

Pop-Break Staff
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Founded in September 2009, The Pop Break is a digital pop culture magazine that covers film, music, television, video games, books and comics books and professional wrestling.

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