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"Tropic Thunder without the gags" - ''Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5live''
 
"Tropic Thunder without the gags" - ''Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5live''
  
Militaristic film "starring" real US Navy Seals. At the beginning, the two directors talk for about five minutes about how that was the only way to get the integrity required to make the movie work. During this entire bit, Mark assumed he was watching a Spinal Tap-type spoof.
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Militaristic film "starring" real US Navy Seals. At the beginning, the two directors talk for about five minutes about how that was the only way to get the integrity required to make the movie work. During this entire bit, [[Mark Kermode|Mark]] assumed he was watching a Spinal Tap-type spoof.
  
As with many other [[Wittertainment]] riffs - [[Rise Of The Guardian]] or [[Bareback Mountain]], for example - the film takes its alternative title from a misprint in the [[Box Office Top 10]] list read out by Simon.
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As with many other [[Wittertainment]] riffs - [[Rise Of The Guardian]] or [[Bareback Mountain]], for example - the film takes its alternative title from a misprint in the [[Box Office Top 10]] list read out by [[Simon Mayo|Simon]].

Latest revision as of 01:27, 16 December 2017

"Tropic Thunder without the gags" - Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5live

Militaristic film "starring" real US Navy Seals. At the beginning, the two directors talk for about five minutes about how that was the only way to get the integrity required to make the movie work. During this entire bit, Mark assumed he was watching a Spinal Tap-type spoof.

As with many other Wittertainment riffs - Rise Of The Guardian or Bareback Mountain, for example - the film takes its alternative title from a misprint in the Box Office Top 10 list read out by Simon.