The Hacks of a Nation: Part 1 - Their Movies, Greatness, and Yearning for Dick Cheney
Because it's March, it's Oscar Recap Month for I Just Don't See The Big Deal! This is the first of a two (or three) part series covering the Oscars, their films, the boy's favorite films, and eventually the bifurcated review of two of the heavy-hitters (or one of the heavy-hitters and one of the biggest foul balls in recent film history). In Part 1, the boys focus on the show itself, debate the measures of greatness of some of the nominees and how films get remembered, and manage to spin one of their grandest conspiracy theories yet. Stay tuned for Part 2 (and possibly Part 3) in which the boys actually discuss THEIR favorite films and performances of 2016, followed by a discussion about Hacksaw Ridge and The Birth of a Nation, reviving an old debate/prediction the boys had back in June of 2016.
Thanks again to Creative Commons and the talents of these fine artists for allowing the use of their music: "Tainted Cloth" by Oelek, "The Cannery" by Kevin MacLeod, "Wagon Wheel" by Kevin MacLeod, and "The Troll of the Mountain Swing" by Underscore Orkestra.