Ep. 40 – Chappie, The King of Kong, the Oscars may go back to 5 best picture nominees, Cary Fukunaga’s latest film goes straight to Netflix and what this means for the future of distribution, and Cody talks about seeing Once on stage

March 8, 2015 by  
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In this week’s episode of The CineSnob Podcast, the guys from CineSnob.net review “Chappie.” They also discuss the Oscars potentially going back to only 5 Best Picture nominees, discuss the upcoming Cary Fukunaga Netflix movie and the future of distribution, a review of “Once: The Musical,” and their thoughts upon re-watching “The King of Kong” at their Alamo Drafthouse event.

[0:00-6:39] Intro/Avengers trailer talk
[6:39-23:44] Oscars back to 5 best picture nominees
[23:44-53:42] Cary Fukunaga’s latest film will go straight to Netflix, and what this means for the future of distribution, complete with long argument
[53:42-1:06:52] Cody reviews Once: The Musical
[1:06:52-1:29:57] Chappie
[1:29:57-1:43:07] Deja View – The King of Kong event wrap up
[1:43:07-2:10:00] Q&A with Steve Wiebe

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