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Eight Crazy Nights (2002)

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@DingDongVG Eight crazy nights was good except for the disgustingly blatant product placement

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Speaking of awful movies, Eight Crazy Nights is a film I've seen more times than I'd like to admit. I'd also wage… https://t.co/5OqrySCniX

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My supervisor approved me referencing Eight Crazy Nights for my thesis as an example of product placement in my wor… https://t.co/YaSHEssrt2

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I'm curious how they were able to get away with product placement in Eight Crazy Nights given apparently, it's against the law...

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So, so.........so much product placement (via @LaserTimeShow). Especially Eight Crazy Nights, that was unbelievable. https://t.co/7HmS5RxkhI

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@Arrow_Zeppelin and the product placement wasn't that bad as the Nostalgia Critic proved with his review of Eight Crazy Nights

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@Gen_Ironicus I dunno, man. The mall scene in Eight Crazy Nights had quite a bit of product placement.

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What I love about Eight Crazy Nights is how much of the product placement is obsolete. Thanks for the words of wisdom, Sharper Image chair!

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RT @TheLoganLee: So much product placement. #EightCrazyNights

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So much product placement. #EightCrazyNights

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RT @JeremyFeistXXX: Soooooo... Apparently, the moral of Eight Crazy Nights is that if you're an asshole, product placement will save you.

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Soooooo... Apparently, the moral of Eight Crazy Nights is that if you're an asshole, product placement will save you.

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