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Watch the ‘Fight for your Rights revisited’ trailer

— Posted by The Amazing Anthony


I didn’t like the Beastie Boys growing up. Didn’t appeal to me. As such I really only exposed myself to their music while watching Carson Daly yuck it up with stars on TRL. Today, I am interested in the Beastie Boys. Watch and see why:


Via: /Film

The movie has a amazingly star studded cast with appearances by Elijah Wood, Seth Rogen, Danny McBride, Jack Black, John C. Reilly Will Ferrell, Susan Sarandon, Jason Schwartzman, Stanley Tucci, Will Arnett, and Rainn Wilson. WTF. New Album? Time Travel? Hilarity??? Yes, this is on the ‘radar’ where it belongs to fight for my rights to… how does that go again? Whatever.

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  • Bigsampson

    How old are you Anthony? I remember when I first seen them in 87 on New Years Eve. Big time difference from then and TRL days.

    • http://www.goosenips.com Anthony

      27 and growing!

      • 420BAND

        27! Wow, seem like 12 years ago :)

        To be young! To be young!

  • http://www.Pharfruminsain.com/movies ThePeter

    I was “okay”.

  • Mike

    I thought the highlight was the “C’MON!” with Will really. Overall it was alright

  • 420BAND

    Cant see video // Is this a feature film?

    Grew up on all things “Bestie”.
    (I’m that old I guess)

    one thing you can definitly say about their music is that it’s consistent! (changing)

    every thing from Punk/hardcore/garage-to the 80′s (1st White boy rappers! Crush Groove style) to the 90′s Jazz infused percussion tracks and instrumentals along side the Rap/rock. (ALWAYS AWESOME)
    TO TODAY.

    • 420band

      UPdate: can now see video

      This promo is fun, not really funny.

      Beasties Rule.

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