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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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