2021 in Review

The movies are back!

by Brennan Dubé

Much like 2020, 2021 was a chaotic and trying year in the film industry. With many ups and downs throughout the year, one thing rang true, the movies were indeed back in 2021. Maybe not in a roaring thunderous return, but they most certainly were back.

Listen to myself and Nick break down 2021 in film. From our favorites to least favorites, to the biggest surprises and disappointments of the year, myself and Nick offer a recap of the year in film.

Listen below:

Pod Information

Listen to the last few episodes of The MovieBabble Podcast:

Episode 128: Spider-Man: No Way HomeNightmare Alley, and Schrödinger’s Box Office

Episode 127: West Side Stories, Red Rocket, and The Power of the Dog

Episode 126: EternalsSpencerRed Notice, and The French Dispatch

Episode 125: MovieBabble’s Awards Season Draft! 

Episode 124: Dune is Finally Here, Halloween Kills is lame, No One Saw The Last Duel, and Daniel Craig Says Goodbye in No Time to Die 


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Nick Kush January 9, 2022 - 11:36 am

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