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Go Ganges! (2012)

Television producers and adventurers Josh Thomas and J.J. Kelley test their skills on an epic adventure down India's sacred River Ganges.

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Most people who visit India snap a few pictures of themselves in front of the Taj Mahal, do some yoga, and call it a good trip. Josh Thomas and J.J. Kelley, the comic pair of Dudes on Media and the makers of the Emmy Nominated documentary Paddle to Seattle tour the subcontinent a little differently, though. A cultural expedition: two seasoned adventurers take the cumulative skills learned over years of Alaska wilderness travel and apply it to a dramatically different natural wonder: the River Ganges, population 400 million. Living and traveling like the locals, they experience this river like it's never been done before. Written by Anonymous

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Go Ganges!
5 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

Any time you get Seward homeboy Josh Thomas and National Geographic's J.J. Kelley together on a little trip you know you need to buckle up for a laugh-outloud adventure film.

The dynamic duo certainly know how to tickle the Alaskan funny bone on their third feature, Go Ganges! The official word: Set in a stunning background of colorful landscapes, the film captures the danger, joy and significance of the mighty Ganges River. J.J. Kelley and Josh Thomas, creators of the award winning "Paddle to Seattle", decide to travel the 1500 mile length of the Ganges from its source to the sea.

They employ several different means of transport (including rickshaw and a scooter) along the way. The filmmakers provide colorful testimony to the stress the river endures, and convey both the beauty and horror of this sacred river.

What they don't tell you: it is difficult to determine what is more shocking - what they find on the river banks or in the bathrooms. A must-see film for anyone needing a little light show in the darkest month of the year.


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