Oct 24, 2011
Joining us for this commentary on the 1998 film Rushmore is a very special guest and fellow podcaster Dave Alluisi of The Meandawg Top 5 and The Bookhouse Boys. Rushmore was the second film made by writer/director Wes Anderson. It was also co-written by actor Owen Wilson. It's a fine ensemble film and a touching coming of age tale and you need not be a fan of Wes Anderson and his signature style to enjoy it. If you haven't yet seen please do because it's just plain awesome in our humble opinion. It's not only strong in terms of writing and character but is also filled to the brim with many subtleties and nuances that are a real treat to look for and discover. It's a real gem.
Sync Point: The black point immediately after the Touchstone Pictures logo has faded away.