TeeHee: Great Fahkin’ Moments in Boston Cinema (NSFW)

Boston is its own little culture in film. You can distinctly figure out if a character is from Boston within the first moment they open their mouth and the foul language and their thick accent starts pouring out. Let’s not be stereotypical here, there is more to Bostonians than just a few F-bombs and the mispronunciation of the letter ‘R’. Who are we kidding? In most Boston related movies the citizens are portrayed as their stereotypes to their full extent. The people at ScreenJunkies have created a hilarious representational video of this culture and you can view all the fahkin’ goodness after the break! Don’t forget to pahk the cah!

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Official Trailer for ‘The Informant’ Releases

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The trailer for “The Informant” came out today as well with a fat Matt Damon and Scott Bakula. “In 1992, Whitacre confessed to an FBI agent (played by Bakula) that he and other company execs had fixed the price of lysine, a grain-based food additive. Soderbergh is evidently casting the story as a sharp, perhaps even mean corporate comedy in which Whitacre is bipolar, bumbling and delusional. Whitacre worked with the FBI for almost three years, was responsible for hundreds of hours of audio and video surveillance, and helped lock down what was at the time the largest price-fixing case in history. But he also stole $9m from ADM, and went to jail for a longer term than any of the execs he helped convict. (/Film)”

This film also comes out October 9th, but you can check out the trailer below.

Official Trailer for ‘The Informant’ Releases

matt-damon-in-informant

The trailer for “The Informant” came out today as well with a fat Matt Damon and Scott Bakula. “In 1992, Whitacre confessed to an FBI agent (played by Bakula) that he and other company execs had fixed the price of lysine, a grain-based food additive. Soderbergh is evidently casting the story as a sharp, perhaps even mean corporate comedy in which Whitacre is bipolar, bumbling and delusional. Whitacre worked with the FBI for almost three years, was responsible for hundreds of hours of audio and video surveillance, and helped lock down what was at the time the largest price-fixing case in history. But he also stole $9m from ADM, and went to jail for a longer term than any of the execs he helped convict. (/Film)”

This film also comes out October 9th, but you can check out the trailer below.