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Preacher Season 4 Episode 5 Review: Bleak City

The characters in Preacher season 4 are stuck in a loop of their own making but there isn't much time left to break it.

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Preacher Season 4 Episode 5

In the world of Preacher, characters seem to be drawn into situations not based off of free will, but divine providence. As Eugene often says, God has a plan, and we're all just following his plan no matter how directionless we might feel during a particularly trying moment. Certainly, Eugene is part of some sort of plan, even if that plan is simply for him to pray over the victims of the Saint of Killers as he murders his way across the world in pursuit of Jesse Custer.

Of all the characters, only The Saint and Jesse have a definitive goal in mind. The Saint wants Jesse dead, Jesse wants to stop the end of the world.
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They're Back

They're Back
The Wolfpack returns in "The Hangover Part III," which reunites stars Bradley Cooper (now an Oscar nominee, p.s.), Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis for the final entry in what has become a global franchise. ("The Hangover" and "The Hangover Part II" grossed over $1 billion worldwide.)

Following a rash of teases, the new "Hangover 3" trailer gives some more focus to the film's plot: After the death of his father, Alan (Galifianakis) goes on a road trip with Phil, Stu and Doug (Cooper, Helms and Justin Bartha), when the group is ambushed by a crime boss (John Goodman) looking for Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong). Wackiness ensues, as do music cues from Kanye West and Wolfmother, jokes about cock fighting and a cameo from Melissa McCarthy. "It all ends tonight," says Cooper in a moment of resigned exhaustion. Indeed.

"The Hangover Part III" is out in theaters on May 24. Watch the "Hangover 3" trailer above.
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Watch: The First Epic Trailer for Todd Phillips' 'The Hangover Part III'

"We've been on a lot of adventures together, but it seems like you haven't learned anything." The time has come for The Wolf Pack to have their final dangerous adventure. Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Justin Bartha are all back for the third and final installment in this unlikely franchise with The Hangover Part III. The first trailer doesn't really give up any of the plot, but we do get a first look at John Goodman and Melissa McCarthy in the film, and Wolfmother provides another track for the sequel. There's a prison riot, Chow as a police officer, a bunch of criminals and a giraffe. Yes, a giraffe. Here's the first trailer for Todd Phillips' The Hangover Part III from Warner Bros: The Hangover Part III is directed by Todd Phillips (The Hangover, Old School) from a script he co-wrote with Craig Mazin (The Hangover Part II,
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The Hangover Part II Soundtrack

The Hangover 2 soundtrack. In 2009 Todd Philips’ guy pal comedy The Hangover took a worldwide gross of over $467million. Put that into perspective: Scorsese’s Shutter Island took $200million less. Comedies? Superbad took $300million less. Jim Carrey’s Yes Man $240million less. Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, for my mind one of the best post-millenium comedies, took $47million and failed to recoup its budget. The Hangover, then, was successful. Commercially successful. Like Starbucks lattes, like Nike sneakers, it made money. But here’s a view not usually heard amongst all the wide-eyed praise constantly showered upon the film on the basis of its profitability – The Hangover is a formulaic misogynistic piece of populist dumbassery which treats convicted rapist and self-confessed woman hater Mike Tyson like Bill Cosby, which presents a world-view in which the only roles for women are as strippers or hookers or insane banshee girlfriends, in
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The Hangover Part II Soundtrack Set For May 24th Release

May 4, 2011 . Burbank, CA – WaterTower Music is excited to announce the release of The Hangover Part II: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack on May 24, 2011. The Soundtrack contains twelve songs from the film along with eight hilarious dialogue clips fans will be quoting for years to come. The much-anticipated feature “The Hangover Part II” opens nationwide on May 26, 2011.

Among the songs included on the album are Ed Helms’ “Allentown,” a new song in the spirit of his incredibly popular “Stu’s Song” from the soundtrack of 2009′s smash hit “The Hangover.” Additional new music includes a song from Danzig, along with music from the Ska Rangers, who are featured in the film, Kanye West, Mark Lanegan, Deadmau5, Wolfmother, and more.

Track Listing:

Danzig – “Black Hell”

Dialogue Clip Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms – “You can’t just skip out of the bachelor party” Kanye West – “Stronger”

Dialogue Clip Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper – “Stew
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The Hangover 2 soundtrack details

Film Music Reporter has received details on the release date and track list for The Hangover 2 soundtrack, which includes 12 songs from artists such Wolfmother, Danzig, Billy Joel, and Curtis Mayfield. Check out the full track list below: 1. Black Hell (Danzig) 2. Stronger (Kanye West) 3. The Downeaster (Billy Joel) 4. The Beast [...]

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‘The Hangover: Part II’ Soundtrack Details

WaterTower Music has revealed the details for the soundtrack release of the comedy sequel The Hangover: Part II. The album includes 12 songs from the movie. Artists featured on the soundtrack include Wolfmother, Danzig, Billy Joel, and Curtis Mayfield. Also included are several on-screen performances from the film, including the Thai wedding band, Ska Rangers, covering I Ran and Just The Way You Are, Mike Tyson singing One Night in Bangkok, as well as the song Allentown, performed by Ed Helms’ character. None of Christophe Beck’s original score is featured on the album. The score for the first part was released closer to the film’s home video release, which makes a separate score album to come out later seem possible. The soundtrack will be released on May 24, 2011 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon. The Hangover: Part II directed by Todd Philips and starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms,
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Soundtrack Review: The Dilemma

Rating: 2/5

The first track on the soundtrack for The Dilemma begs, “Don’t do it / Don’t you break my heart.” Unfortunately, the titular dilemma in The Dilemma revolves around cheating and infidelity. Sounds like heartbreak may be on the horizon despite the funky pleading from The Band that kick off this collection. As Ronny (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Kevin James) navigate the treacherous waters of what you do when you catch your best friend’s wife cheating on him, they do so to a rocking soundtrack packed with heavy hitters from Band of Skulls to Kiss to Wolfmother.

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The Dilemma Soundtrack

The Dilemma soundtrack. Increasingly it seems a line has been drawn when it comes to compiling soundtrack albums for studio comedy movies. A sexual line. Yes, that’s right. What we might pejoratively bracket as chick flicks or rom-coms – When in Rome or Valentine’s Day, say – have their accompanying records filled out with bubble bath ballads and light-footed pop numbers. Meanwhile, more man-centric movies – Hot Tub Time Machine, Due Date and yes, The Dilemma – invariably deliver a selection of riff-tastic Cro-Magnon rock. The sounds of a bloke drifting towards middle-age like the Mary Celeste drifting the ocean waves, fretting about that spare tyre bobbing round his midriff, the shiny ballroom floor on his crown getting bigger every day, and as a last resort, a last desperate grope in the direction of his fading youth, taking himself out for a drive and listening to something Really Loud on his car stereo.
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Due Date Soundtrack

One particular track on the soundtrack to Due Date, the new road trip comedy with Robert Downey, Jr. and Zach Galifianakis, exerted a curious fascination for me – This is Why I’m Hot, by the modest Mims. Mind, it wasn’t so much the song itself as one specific lyric, which (if I heard it correctly) sounded very much like: “I’m representing York”. Now, if that is indeed the correct interpretation, then I can only wholeheartedly applaud the sentiment. It’s about time the northern cities of the United Kingdom were celebrated in contemporary song. One minor quibble would be Mims’ neglect to devote a verse to the prodigious merits of the Jorvik Viking Centre, but you can’t have everything, can you?

Indeed not. Just ask Christophe Beck. His is the name you will see attached to the ‘music by’ credit if you go and catch Rdj and
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Due Date

Due Date

Directed by: Todd Phillips

Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Zach Galifianakis, Juliette Lewis, Jamie Foxx, Danny McBride, Michelle Monaghan

Running Time: 1 hr 40 mins

Rating: R

Release Date: November 5, 2010

Plot: A man (Downey Jr.) rushing to get home to his almost in-labor wife (Monaghan) embarks on a wild impromptu road trip with an aspiring TV actor named Ethan (Galifianakis) after they are both put on the “No-Fly” List.

Who’S It For? Fans of The Hangover will be more welcoming to the rampant stupidity of Due Date, but even they will agree that the previous Todd Phillips/Galifianakis pairing wasn’t as overly lazy as this one.

Expectations: With Galifianakis given more of a main role as opposed to his utilization in The Hangover, I was hoping that this film would give him plenty of leeway to present himself as a comedic force with serious unique potential. However, proud usage
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