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Please help me with the name of the movie



Two guys randomly go back and forth throughout the movie arguing whether or not the Hudson pilot who landed the plane was a hero or whether it was mainly auto pilot. I know this is vague but it has been killing me trying to think of it. I'm sure it was a dumb comedy as well.






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re: Please help me with the name of the movie


friends with benefits

Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake






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Mallrats?





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Caddyshack 2?





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Dude thank you.





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Dude, no problem.





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From Chelsey Sullenberger's Wiki page:
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In popular culture[edit]

Humorist and radio personality Garrison Keillor wrote "Pilot Song: The Ballad of Chesley Sullenberger III" for the January 17, 2009, edition of the variety show A Prairie Home Companion. The 2011 song "A Real Hero" by College and Electric Youth, featured in the 2011 film Drive, was written about Sullenberger and Flight 1549; It contains the lyrics "A pilot on a cold, cold morn'. One hundred fifty-five people on board. All safe and all rescued...".

Sullenberger is repeatedly referenced in the 2011 feature film romantic comedy Friends with Benefits. Throughout the film, Justin Timberlake's character, a Los Angeles transplant living in New York City, repeatedly suggests to people, while flying between the two locations, that modern airplanes practically fly themselves, and that Sullenberger's feat is less notable than it is portrayed to be, only to encounter incredulity and hostility for this idea. In addition, Mila Kunis's character is seen reading Sullenberger's Wikipedia article, as well as having a brief cameo as a security guard on a building roof.[67][68][69]

An animated version of Sullenberger appeared in "The Unbrave One," the January 8, 2012, episode of the animated TV show American Dad![70] Sullenberger is referenced in "The Hero," an August 2011 episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Wags named a cocktail in Sullenberger's honor. A "Sully" consists of two shots of Grey Goose vodka and a splash of water. [71]






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again, youre welcome.

"he saved many lives with his heroic landing of a plane on the Hudson River... also he was referenced in that movie one time!!!"



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