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It’s award season and the holiday season so a shit ton of movies came out. “The Interview” was the one we were all talking about and it sort of came out…on demand. “Unbroken” surprised the box office and may have injected some new life into itself. The “imitation Game” is a solid movie that would be better if it didn’t have so much hype behind it. “Into the Woods” flat out sucks and might be one of the worst movies of the year. “Big Eyes” is a solid effort by Tim Burton and “The Gambler” is a good movie that everybody has forgotten about.
This week Sean Defends his love for the Academy Award Winning “Chicago” which doesn’t really make sense but Josh and I don’t like musicals so we made him do it.
1984 – Nothing of note
The Longest Ride
To Write Love on Her Arm
In the Heart of the Sea
Do You Believe
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Welcome to the I Hate Critics Podcast, a movie podcast, a movie podcast where if you hear the names Adam Sandler or Eli Roth, you take a drink. The Oscars were last week and Bob was bored, Sean was amused and the Onion called a little girl a cunt…and we found it hilarious.
Our movie this week is Bryan Singer’s Jack and the Giant Slayer. Sean said it was good but didn’t think anybody would go see it. In hindsight he was kind of right. While it was number one at the box office, brining in $41.7 million worldwide, the production budget was $195 million and you know they spent at least $20 million to market it. Production companies are so stupid sometimes.
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