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THE FILM DOPES REVIEW! – SAUSAGE PARTY

THE FILM DOPES ARE AT IT AGAIN!!! As The Renaissance Man Gabriel and Stuntman Jess review Sausage Party. Directed by Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon ( Shrek 2 ). Starring Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, and Jonah Hill.

Meet Frank a starry eyed sausage who dreams of being chosen by the gods from the confines of a local grocery store and taken to the great beyond with his one true love, a bun named Brenda. But after being stranded he discovers a deep dark secret about what lies outside the store, and who the gods really are, he must race against time to save his sweet bun.

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THE FILM DOPES REVIEW! –ZOOTOPIA

 

THE FILM DOPES ARE AT IT AGAIN!!! Alex Camargo, The Renaissance Man review Zootopia. The latest film from Disney Animation Studios, starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, and Idris Elba.

Set in a world where the animal kingdom has evolved past its primitive roots. Zootopia tells the story of Judy Hopps a “cute bunny” from a small town, with larger than life aspirations to work the beat as a “big” city cop in the bustling metropolis known as Zootopia. When her determination is rattled to her core, as she is challenged to uncover a conspiracy, she finds an unlikely friend in a con artist fox named Nick.

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The Film Dopes Review! – Inside Out

The Film Dopes are back this week, as they return to review the latest offering from Disney/ Pixar; “Inside Out”, starring Amy Poehler (“Parks and Recreations”), Phyllis Smith (“The Office”), Mindy Kaling (“The Mindy Project”), Bill Hader (“Saturday Night Live”), and comedian Lewis Black. Directed by Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.”, “Up”) and Ronnie Del Carmen.

The film manifests the key emotions (Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness) of eleven-year-old Riley, who is uprooted from her simple Minnesota life and relocated to the buzzing metropolis of San Francisco, as she struggles to adapt to a new city, house, school, and growing up.

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