On this episode we take a page from ATSW The Escape Pod & try to come up with 10 movies besides Star Wars (hence top 11 movies in the title) that we like, it wasn't as easy as we thought it would be, lol. Be safe, stay at home if you can, have a great weekend (and work week if you're job is essential), be kind to everyone & keep the music playin'
Find some of our friends on Youtube search out: All Things Star Wars; ATSW presents The Escape Pod; Layman's Terms; Tactical Swede; Big Swede's Excellent Adventure & Swede Studios.
Music YouTube channels & friends we follow: Rich Thomas; A Suffocating Lie; The Suffering & Channel 33 RPM.
You can find most of these on most social media platforms just search out the names!
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