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Stinker Man
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It Stinks!

« on: October 13, 2014, 12:35:21 PM »

We just released our Need for Speed episode. We really liked this film and thought it was a great "ride" (insert groan here). Anyone else take the time to check this movie out? It very well be the best made video game adaptation movie out there....FYI it is not a "good" movie. It's ripe with bad acting and poopy faces, plot holes and unrealistic action. But it's good fun.

Check out our podcast for it here:

We'd love to get some thoughts on it from you guys!

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