TGB Episode 28: Everyone is a Director (Guest: John Cooper)
by Tim Buel
September 15, 2010
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim and Jeremy are joined by guest John Cooper from Veryaware.com to discuss their latest picks of the week, the newest in DVD & Blu-Ray releases, new trailers for Clint Eastwood's Hereafter and the Finnish holiday horror film Rare Exports, relive the awesome Dick Tracy and much more! The main topic of the night was a discussion on actors turned directors (in honor of the Ben Affleck directed The Town in theaters this Friday). The guys go over some of the more well known examples of this and talk about the effects of transitioning from in front of the camera to behind it. Enjoy!
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Picks of the Week:
Picks of the Week: 2:21
New DVD/Blu-Ray Releases: 14:20
Trailer Watch: Hereafter: 27:26
Trailer Watch: Rare Exports: 33:18
Guilty Pleasure: Jeremy on Dick Tracy: 38:11
Main Topic: Movie Stars vs. Actors: 43:04
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Reader Feedback - 1 Comment
guys heres another correction about "Red Riding" the accent they using is not Cockney they using a strong northern Yorkshire accent. old Cockney accent is mostly used in East End of London not Yorkshire were they accent sometimes harder to understand. most people from Northern England their accent is harder to understand thats why some American audience might not get what they saying.
tazz on Sep 15, 2010
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