TGB Episode 34: On the Road Again... (Guest: James Wallace)
by Tim Buel
November 3, 2010
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim & Jeremy are joined by James Wallace of movie blog Gordon and the Whale to discuss their picks of the week, go over the newest DVD/Blu-Ray releases, chat about the trailers Jason Statham's new action film Blitz and William Monahan's London Boulevard, go over a listener voicemail, avoid Going Overboard and much more! The main topic of the night was Road Films (in honor of Todd Phillip's new comedy Due Date in theaters this Friday). The guys talk over some of their favorite films involving road trips, journeys and odysseys and talk about how diverse the genre can be.
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Picks of the Week: 6:35
New Releases: 14:50
Trailer Watch: Blitz: 24:25
Trailer Watch: London Boulevard: 29:06
Avoid at all Costs: Going Overboard: 37:04
Main Topic: 41:42
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Nice shout out to The Wizard! It is a road movie though you called it right as it does make no qualms about being a 90 minute Super Mario Brothers 3 commercial:) Though for the keen eyed viewer, there's a very young Tobey McGuire near the end of the movie outside the . Personally I'd like to add Robots and The Road to El Dorado as not often thought of road movies more along the lines of Wizard of OZ. Same can probably be said for all Miyazaki animated films. P.S. I like Joyride but mainly for Steve Zahn. You're not alone:P
Marc on Nov 9, 2010
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