The Film Feed: Episode 17 - No More Wire Hangovers!

June 9, 2009

The Film Feed

In this episode of The Film Feed, the guys introduce several new segments into the show. First of all, Clark admits his lack of knowledge concerning the roots, origins, and early life of cinema's history. Therefore, he has committed to watching several classic films every week after the annoying, and often insulting, nagging from Will. Also, Sean continues his tradition of finding something to vehemently hate within every segment of the news. The guys also pontificate on the evolution of comedy over the years in preparation for an in depth review of The Hangover. Be sure to tune in next week for the newest installment of The Film Feed.

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0:00-10:30 - Introduction
10:30-23:30 - Movie News & Trailers
    » Clint Eastwood's Nelson Mandela Project
    » Josh Brolin as Jonah Hex Photos
    » Accidents Happen Teaser Trailer
23:30-32:00 - Film Feed Favorites: Hard R Comedies
32:20-47:14 - Review of The Hangover
47:20-51:10 - Conclusion

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  • Matt
    Dudes - it's pronounce bio-pic, not bi-opic.
  • Mondo Jay
    ... Good episode guys, I'm going to go catch "The Hangover" tonight with some friends... not 100% based on your guys recommendation, but the fact that you guys liked it so much gives me a good feeling... And as for a movie for Clark, "Chinatown" with Jack Nicolson. Classic. ...
  • @1 Honestly, we're just too cool for proper inflection. @MondoJay Totally agree! I love 'Chinatown'. Great noir style film that ushered in a new era of grittier filmmaking. Hope you enjoy 'The Hangover'!




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