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Flick and Flack’s 200th Post: A Celebration (Flick and Flack’s Celebration)

Posted on | September 1, 2012 | 2 Comments

Flick and Flack themselvesIt’s hard to believe, but it’s true. The 200th post has finally, arrived. It’s here. It’s huge. It’s stunning, and it’s ready to knock your socks off. (Cue Flick Flack theme song, whatever it is.) This September marks our third year of posting, but we thought we would celebrate our 200th post, after all it is something to celebrate. (That’s not to say we aren’t celebrating three years with all this, it’s just that 200 is worthy of a fiesta too.) So here it is: our fiesta, party, birthday, holiday (take a day off if you like), celebration, or whatever else you want to call it. This post is filled with surprises; unlike most posts where we devote our first paragraph to a preview of the post, here we’re not saying anything (at least not in this first paragraph). But if you would like the secrets of the world to be spilled, there is one thing you may do. Scroll down the page and take a listen to the eight celebratory podcasts Flick and Flack have recorded specially, exclusively, and exhaustively  just for you. Note: While listening to them all straight through is much longer than most movie’s running time, but trust us, it’s worth it. Just as writing our other 199 posts have been.

Daniel Kamil

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To kick it all off Flick and Flack discuss it all. This first part also includes an audio clip of Flick’s interview with Daniel Kamil and a discussion of The Avengers and a reading of Flick’s review of the film. Note: Our discussion about the best films of the year is not up to date, as we recorded this awhile ago. However it still provides interesting critiques.

Skyfall

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In the second part of the exciting saga Flick and Flack discuss The Avengers even more and they give you a rousing preview filled with opinions about this Fall’s movie lineup including James Bond’s latest, Skyfall.

Warner Brothers Studios New Logo

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This third part includes a talk on why film studios matter… and just maybe, why they don’t. One of the studios talked about is Warner Bros.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

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Whew. We’re halfway done. So in the center of the stage (the fourth part), we respond to questions asked by readers.

Super 8

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For our fifth part we discuss some of our reader’s favorite films, including Super 8.

Pirates Of The Caribean: Dead Man's Chest

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As we venture into our second phase of the website we thought it might be a good idea to talk about the second phases of franchises. In other words Flick and Flack return in the sixth part to discuss their favorite movie sequels.

The Empire Strikes Back

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In part VII we continue talking, discussing, and arguing over our favorite movie sequels.

Citizen Kane

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It’s bittersweet. It’s all ended. We come to a close with the finale: our eighth part of this series where we finally discuss our all time favorite films.

And that’s all folks! Cheers to another 200 posts…… and beyond!

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2 Responses to “Flick and Flack’s 200th Post: A Celebration (Flick and Flack’s Celebration)”

  1. Abid
    September 2nd, 2012 @ 4:42 pm

    first I would like to congratulate you on your persistent efforts to write 200 posts over three years- a span of time in which you have grown intellectually and physicality to write such rich and well thought reviews of many movies. Over these years you have evolved from merely watching movies for entertainment to writing and critiquing movies as a pursued career and vocation. Furthermore, you demonstrated more understanding of the art of making movies as well the nature and the structure of the movie industry. Your willingness to work together is paving the way for developing the habit of team work. Good luck and best wishes.

  2. Richard Alan Scott
    September 11th, 2012 @ 9:13 pm

    Much congrats guys! Here’s to 2000 more. The upcoming fall and winter seasons look like they will provide us with more than enough film fodder to discuss. My personal picks for most hotly anticipated: the big ‘L’s, Looper and Lincoln, with Cloud Atlas, Skyfall and The Hobbit nothing to sneeze at.

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