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You should put an asterisks by the films that were actually in the top 5. Or mark them with some sort of label. (B) for Bryan’s top 5. (A) for Anderson’s. (L) for listeners.
Exactly. I often listen while driving or working. I hear about a movie I want to check out but can’t remember what it was called.
Agree, this is a good feature, but having the movies separated would help. I listen at work and also forget names and have to check back later.
No spoiler alerts!
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