TGB on 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' (Guest: AICN's Alan Cerny)
by Tim Buel
December 6, 2014
On this special Star Wars edition episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim and Jeremy are joined by Alan Cerny aka "Nordling" from Ain't It Cool News to catch up on some general cinema talk and of course recommend some Picks of the Week while together. However, for the rest of the show, the guys revert back to their childhood selves and reflect on their reactions to the first teaser trailer for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The guys go over their initial reactions, the response of the internet and overall hopes, wants and dreams for the revival of the franchise we all know and love. The guys will be back in January for the official re-launch of version 2.0 of The Golden Briefcase so keep your eyes peeled! Enjoy.
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Alan 'Nordling' Cerny: @NordlingAICN
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Main Topic: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer Thoughts: 31:54
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Reader Feedback - 2 Comments
YEEEEHAW!!! // Hip-Hip-Hooray It's Golden Briefcase Day! Thanks Tim and Jeremy.
DAVIDPD on Dec 6, 2014
ughh.. listening to them try and explain the sides of the light saber were so sad. so back in the day when people actually fought with swords.. they had the 2 side blades to help protect their hands from being sliced because a sword swipe could slide down the sword and take out their hands if those sides didn't exist. Long story short.. HE had them on his light saber because it made sense
Mat on Dec 7, 2014
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