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Parody Trailers: ‘The Oscar-Winning Boston Movie’ and ‘Riverdale’

Take a break from reality for a minute with a couple of trailers for films you'll never see. Or, as it really goes, trailers for a couple of films you'll never see that are quite a bit like a great many other films you have seen. The Boston-set movies of the past decade get sent up in The Oscar-Winning Boston Movie, while Riverdale offers a new, ugly perspective on Archie comics. First up, The Oscar-Winning Boston Movie, which mashes together ideas from The Departed, The Town, The Fighter, Good Will Hunting and many more. (And that Whitey Bulger [1] reference is one for the real hometown kids.)[via TheHighDefinite [2]] The film's YouTube [3] page says, There's only one city with this much Oscar-worthy drama, and it ain't New York. From the people who brought you "The College Town" comes Boston's ultimate story of crime, boxing, child-losing, bank robbing and equation solving. Starring: Mat Dann,
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Weird Web Wednesdays: Better Late Than Never

Woman Calls 911 Due to Lack of McNuggets [1] George Clooney...Nice [2] Snuggie Parody [3] Oren Lavie Music Video [4] Old Man Pole Dancing [5] Cops for Kids [6] Arnold and Jackie Want to Terminate Piracy [7] Turtle Loves Shoe [8] Stan Bush Military Tribute [9] Girl Robot [10] Cross Eyed Pilot - I guess those who can't really do teach [11] Before and After in the 80s... [12]Is the 6th lady Natalie from Facts of Life? Are 4 Stings better than 1? [13] Mr T gives up gold chains for golf shirts [14] Lonely Island Ft. T-Pain "I'm on a Boat" [15] Exercise and Poodles [16] A thing of my nightmares Forrest Gump in One Minute [17] Kenny Powers Demo Reel [18] [1] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZDIsCMLbPE [2] http://videogum.com/archives/vlogging/george-clooney-can-drunk-vlog_059101.html [3] http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=h05ZQ7WHw8Y&eurl [4] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_HXUhShhmY [5] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zhe5Gp8rc5o&eur [6] http://www.youtube.
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