TGB Episode 122: In Memory of Tony Scott (Guest: Film Crit Hulk)
by Tim Buel
August 23, 2012
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim & Jeremy are joined by guest Film Crit HULK (@filmcritHULK) from Badass Digest to chat about their latest Picks of the Week, the newest DVD & Blu-Ray releases, new trailers for Simon West's Stolen and J.A. Bayona's The Impossible and much more. The main topic of the night, altered due to the rather tragic news earlier this week, was a retrospective on the late British filmmaker Tony Scott. The guys discuss how they felt about him as a director, his entire filmography and reminisce on a director that will be greatly missed in the world of cinema. Listen below.
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Pick of the Week: 7:18
New Releases: 20:10
Trailer Watch: Stolen: 30:02
Trailer Watch: The Impossible: 37:04
Topic of the Night: Tony Scott Retrospective: 49:56
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DAVIDPD on Aug 23, 2012
I had no doubt you guys would do him justice. Excellent episode. I know I will remember Tony Scott forever. His movies are so ballsy and influential and even if some of them are "failures", they're very interesting and ambitious failures. Love you guys for how you handled the topic.
Davide Coppola on Aug 25, 2012
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