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Ted 2, RIP James Horner, Rose McGowan

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On this episode of I Hate Critics two new movies were released. Ted 2 and Max. Both are underwhelming but Max more so than Ted 2. Ted 2 is just disappointing because Ted was so great. Like typical Seth Macfarlane Ted 2 has a handful of really funny moments mixed with lots of down time. It’s every bodies biggest complaint with Macfarlane. He’s funny but he can’t put a story together. Just ask the guys from South Park. Josh did like it a little more than Sean did. Max on the other hand is just a waste of time and money. Marine dog gets sent up because his owner dies and is now living with his owners little brother as they try to save the day against something. I started to zone out a little.

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In the news:

R.I.P. James Horner,
Rose Mcgowan fired by her agent for calling out the casting director of an Adam Sandler movie because they gave her notes to show up to the audition with lots of cleavage visible.
Tom Holland is the new Spiderman
Ben Affleck may direct the next Batman movie

Our Undisputed Classic is Harvey starring Jimmy Stewart. Jimmy Stewart proves once again that he’s one of the greatest actors of all time.

In 1985 Clint Eastwood turns the western genre on its head with Pale Rider by subtly introducing a supernatural element to the western. Then St. Elmos Fire and Red Sonia came out as well.

Our trailers this week are:

Hitman: Agent 47
Dragon Blade

F.ornication U.nder C.onsent of the K.ing

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Welcome to the bonus episode of the I Hate Critics Podcast. This episode “Sin City 2” came out and bombed. It was ok, but it did not do well. “If I Stay” came to play knocking “Ninja Turtles” to number three this week. “Guardians of the Galaxy” reclaimed the top spot. “When the Game Stands Tall” was a Christian football movie that wasn’t that annoying, in fact it’s actually pretty decent. We all know that God watches football religiously.

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Our “Does it Hold Up” segment this week is “Braveheart.” This is a movie that explains the origin of the word FUCK as well as begin the first movie I (Bob) hoped would win the Oscar. 2 out of the 3 of us thought it held up and Sean’s stubborn.

In 1984 something came out, but I can’t remember what it was.

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Trailers

Amityville: The Awakening
The Devil’s Hands
Nightcrawler
Annabelle
White Bird in a Blizzard
Automata
Men, Women and Children
Hateful 8

Cameron Diaz’s Shoulder

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Welcome to The I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast. This week Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton dethrone “Captain America 2” with “The Other Woman.” Both Sean and Josh turned their brains off and had a good time…I’m waiting for it to air on USA. Also The Raid 3: “Brick Mansion” came out, an attempt by the studio to cash in on a stars death. There was also this thing called “The Quiet Ones” that Sean really disliked…it was a found footage movie.

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Our Undisputed Classic this week is “Midnight Express” with a surprise appearance by “The Shawshank Redemption.” I had never seen either of these movies and they’re both classics as far as I’m concerned but “Midnight Express” is a far superior movie.

In 1984 nothing of note came out

Trailers this week:

Let’s Be Cops
Jessabelle
As Above So Below
Sex Tape
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
The Love of Punch
Boyhood

300 Picks on Mr. Peabody and Sherman

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Welcome to The I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast. This week a sequel to Zack Snyder’s “300” finally hit theaters. Sure it’s been ripped off 300 times already, but this time we get to see why “300” is the original. We bring in a special guest to talk about “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” and Bob rented the “Old Boy” remake so you don’t have to.

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Our Undisputed Classic this week is “Rushmore.” Since “The Grand Budapest Hotel” didn’t get released in our area we chat about this Wes Anderson film.

In 1984 Tom Hanks was introduced to us in “Splash” and you remember the name but forgot the movie “Children of the Corn” hit theaters.

Trailers this week:

Transformers 4
Annie
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Mr. Jones
Deliver Us From Evil
Locke

“Captain Phillips” Kills “Machete”

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Welcome to “I Hate Critics” The World’s Greatest Movie Podcast. This Tom Hanks takes an impressive real life story and gives it a taste of Hollywood while most likely grabbing another Oscar nomination. While Mel Gibson got a taste of what his career had become in “Machete Kills.” I for one love the grind house style films that Robert Rodriguez, but it sounds that even if you’re like me, you’re probably not going to care for “Machete Kills.”

This episode it was me (Bob Zerull), Film Critic Sean Patrick, Josh Adams from the Film Fan Perspective and our special guest was Faith.

The ‘Undisputed Classic’ is “Das Boot.” Classic is a strong word this World War 2 submarine movie. It’s very long, you find yourself rooting for Nazi’s and it’s unanimously agreed that this works best as a mini series.

In this week in 1983 we got Robert Altman’s “Streamers,” an underrated film that was ahead of its time.

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Check Josh Adams out at The Film Fan Perspective http://filmfanperspective.wordpress.com.

Last week nobody won a copy of “My Step Dad is Freakin’ Vampire” and “I Didn’t Come Here to Die”

This week we are continuing the contest until we get 10 entries. Also if you can name our game I will give you a copy of “A Cadaver Christmas.”

Actors:

Julia Roberts
Jenna Elfman
Ali Larter

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