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Terry Hoitz’s previous failures on the job and Allen Gamble’s fear of taking chances have earned them the roles of the “Other Guys,” disgraced New York City police detectives reduced to filling out paperwork for cocky hero cops Danson and Highsmi.
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Terry Hoitz’s previous failures on the job and Allen Gamble’s fear of taking chances have landed them the roles of the “Other Men,” disgraced New York City police detectives reduced to filling out paperwork for cocky hero cops Danson and Highsmith. When they embark on a high-profile investigation into shady capitalist David Ershon and try to fill the shoes of the notoriously irresponsible officers they idolize, the mismatched pair must look beyond their differences.
When Alan and Terry escape with Ershon in the extended version of the film, two songs play as they drive away while battling two thugs. Rick Astley’s first song is “Never Gonna Give You Up.” When the thug has Alan’s head outside the car door, what is the second song that plays?
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The Other Guys is a clever spoof of cop-buddy action comedies that features some spectacular action set pieces and plenty of major laughs, thanks to Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg’s assured comedic chemistry.
Unlike their valiant colleagues on the force, desk-bound NYPD detectives Gamble (Will Ferrell) and Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) don’t make the news on a daily basis. Though Gamble loves his work as a paper pusher, Hoitz is itching to get back out on the streets and make his mark. When a seemingly minor case turns into a major one, the two cops have the chance to actually convince their comrades that they have what it takes.
It’s difficult to compare, but the ISO implementation was the cleanest and most recent. The rar was in decent shape, but it had even fewer trackers than the iso. For the rar, I’m only aware of one tracker (seedleach). That, as well as phogotorrents, torrentbox, and the pirate bay, are all included on the iso. The zip seems to be slower than the rar, which may be due to a combination of age and a tumultuous torrent implementation. Zip and rar seem to be weaker than iso, perhaps because some consider iso to be more reliable than zip or rar. On eMule, the demand is zip>rar>iso, while supply is zip>rar>iso. In this case, it appears that the larger iso file size/download time has a greater impact on P2P demand than in a torrent environment. It’s worth US$0.02 to me. — Paleorthid is a kind of Paleorthid. 20 August 2006, 20:30 (UTC)
I’m back from holiday, wooh. Anyway, there isn’t much new information or news to share. If someone feels so inclined, they can put the files on limewire. We can’t do anything about the torrents’ current status; if people want to seed, they will. All of the torrents function, but we’ll need a lot more seeders to achieve our target (basically have users download the file this way…it should be faster). If you just look at OpenOffice’s releases, you’ll note that they’re torrent-based and have 50 seeders waiting to upload. In the near future, I should be able to assist with torrent uploading and edonkey uploading. 2 September 2006, Nominaladversary 22:24 (UTC)