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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

HypeCast: The Best and Worst Movies of the 2000's So Far

        Hello, and welcome back to the HypeCast, a film-centric podcast hosted by Collin Sherwood Elwyn and Tyler Mitchell. Today we discuss the very best and the very worst films of the 2000's thus far. The conversation first covers the many stinkers you've tried to forget over the years, including a handful of Best Picture nominees that Collin feels compelled to place on the very same tier as 10,000 B.C. and Transformers: Age of Extintion. Then we move on to the real winners, and end up focusing on the careers of David Fincher, Christopher Nolan, and Quentin Tarantino. We also ponder wether each of the films listed in the 'best' category has any chance at becoming a classic, and what exactly that distinction means. As a bonus, we get distracted by a pressing need to discuss 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, Michael Bay's impending attempt to turn Scranton's own Jim Halpert into an action hero. Warning: a few naughty words are contained within. Continue at your own risk. Here We Go!

Podcast Itinerary:
0:00-25:13---Worst Movies of the 2000's
25:14-1:22:00---Best Movies of the 2000's
1:22:01-1:27:35---'That New Michael Bay Movie With Jim Halpert' and rambling

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