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Hammer & Tongs’ Son Of Rambow – in two days!

Hammer & Tongs’ Son Of Rambow – in two days!

David Knight - 2nd Apr 2008

When you consider the brilliant, rampant imagination and sheer entertainment value of their classic videos - you know the ones: Blur's Coffee & TV, Supergrass's Pumping On Your Stereo, Fatboy Slim's Right Here Right Now, and many more - this really is something worth waiting for.

When you consider the brilliant, rampant imagination and sheer entertainment value of their classic videos - you know the ones: Blur's Coffee & TV, Supergrass's Pumping On Your Stereo, Fatboy Slim's Right Here Right Now, and many more - this really is something worth waiting for. It's been years in the making, and rapturously received at festivals every since it premiered at Sundance at the start of last year. And now Hammer & Tongs' Son Of Rambow - produced by Nick Goldsmith, written and directed by Garth Jennings - is almost here. After their big feature debut adapting Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, this really is the first wholly original Hammer & Tongs movie - and its edited by original Tong Dom Leung and art directed by long-time collaborator Joel Collins. It's Garth Jennings' semi-autographical story of the mismatched relationship of two Eighties boys obsessed about Rambo and making a sequel to First Blood with giant video cameras.

It's been years in the making, and rapturously received at festivals every since it premiered at Sundance at the start of last year. And now Hammer & Tongs' Son Of Rambow - produced by Nick Goldsmith, written and directed by Garth Jennings - is almost here.

When you consider the brilliant, rampant imagination and sheer entertainment value of their classic videos - you know the ones: Blur's Coffee & TV, Supergrass's Pumping On Your Stereo, Fatboy Slim's Right Here Right Now, and many more - this really is something worth waiting for. It's been years in the making, and rapturously received at festivals every since it premiered at Sundance at the start of last year. And now Hammer & Tongs' Son Of Rambow - produced by Nick Goldsmith, written and directed by Garth Jennings - is almost here. After their big feature debut adapting Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, this really is the first wholly original Hammer & Tongs movie - and its edited by original Tong Dom Leung and art directed by long-time collaborator Joel Collins. It's Garth Jennings' semi-autographical story of the mismatched relationship of two Eighties boys obsessed about Rambo and making a sequel to First Blood with giant video cameras.

After their big feature debut adapting Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, this really is the first wholly original Hammer & Tongs movie - and its edited by original Tong Dom Leung and art directed by long-time collaborator Joel Collins.

When you consider the brilliant, rampant imagination and sheer entertainment value of their classic videos - you know the ones: Blur's Coffee & TV, Supergrass's Pumping On Your Stereo, Fatboy Slim's Right Here Right Now, and many more - this really is something worth waiting for. It's been years in the making, and rapturously received at festivals every since it premiered at Sundance at the start of last year. And now Hammer & Tongs' Son Of Rambow - produced by Nick Goldsmith, written and directed by Garth Jennings - is almost here. After their big feature debut adapting Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, this really is the first wholly original Hammer & Tongs movie - and its edited by original Tong Dom Leung and art directed by long-time collaborator Joel Collins. It's Garth Jennings' semi-autographical story of the mismatched relationship of two Eighties boys obsessed about Rambo and making a sequel to First Blood with giant video cameras.

It's Garth Jennings' semi-autographical story of the mismatched relationship of two Eighties boys obsessed about Rambo and making a sequel to First Blood with giant video cameras.

When you consider the brilliant, rampant imagination and sheer entertainment value of their classic videos - you know the ones: Blur's Coffee & TV, Supergrass's Pumping On Your Stereo, Fatboy Slim's Right Here Right Now, and many more - this really is something worth waiting for. It's been years in the making, and rapturously received at festivals every since it premiered at Sundance at the start of last year. And now Hammer & Tongs' Son Of Rambow - produced by Nick Goldsmith, written and directed by Garth Jennings - is almost here. After their big feature debut adapting Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, this really is the first wholly original Hammer & Tongs movie - and its edited by original Tong Dom Leung and art directed by long-time collaborator Joel Collins. It's Garth Jennings' semi-autographical story of the mismatched relationship of two Eighties boys obsessed about Rambo and making a sequel to First Blood with giant video cameras.

David Knight - 2nd Apr 2008

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