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Big Time Movie, Movie made for TV, 2012 IMDB

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  • La gran pelÝcula (Spain)

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ingo DE

2012-11-10 22:49

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Filmed in Gastown, Vancouver? The scenery smells very much like that.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-11-10 23:35

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Yes, it's Vancouver:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2165641/locations

We have tax incentives for film production too, but I suppose that it was still cheaper even with the extra time and expense of trying to make Vancouver look like London... :think:

Ddey65 US

2012-11-11 05:06

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I suppose the number of extras driving LHD vehicles should've been a dead giveaway:
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But from what I've read, England has sent more than their share of AEC buses, and other vehicles native to the UK to commonwealth nations such as Canada:
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ingo DE

2012-11-11 11:06

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Ddey65 wrote But from what I've read, England has sent more than their share of AEC buses, and other vehicles native to the UK to commonwealth nations such as Canada

It's rather used stuff, later imported by private persons. There is a small market for used classic typical UK-stuff. In Germany there's for example a private importer and restorator for the classic red phone boxes.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-11-11 13:07

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The really odd thing is that this is a spin-off from a Nickelodeon series and the plot sounds like it's just an excuse to send the characters to an exciting foreign location...but they ended up faking it in Vancouver, so it all seems a bit pointless.
Quote Sure, I'm not the target demo, but I'd be lying if I said I watched this show with flinty demeanor. It's legitimately amusing. As is Big Time Movie, essentially a jumbo-sized episode. The story has the guys on a world tour stop in the UK, and ending up embroiled in a case of mistaken identity and sort-of-lethal spycraft. It's goofy and predictable, but in typical Big Time Rush fashion, there's enough energy and wit to keep things moving swimmingly.

http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/bigtimemovierags.php

Ddey65 US

2012-11-11 14:02

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ingo wrote It's rather used stuff, later imported by private persons. There is a small market for used classic typical UK-stuff. In Germany there's for example a private importer and restorator for the classic red phone boxes.

Usually, that's the way it is in the USA. But I read that Canada got a few AEC Rangers and other models brand new in the 1920's and 1930's.

I recommend the book "Highway Buses of the 20th Century," by William A. Luke and Linda L. Metler for this subject.



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