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No hero is ever truly complete without the sidekick. A good sidekick softens and rounds out a hero character and provides a layer of accessibility. At best a sidekick is as indispensable to the hero as they are to the story, at worst they are a punchline. This week on CinemaJaw the lads examine the best sidekicks in film, and we aren’t talking vintage cell phones.

Joining us is a name that will be familiar to JawHeads.  Neal Edelstein is an award-winning independent film producer, writer
and director. With productions credits on films like Mulholland Drive and The Ring, Neal is a heavy hitter in the industry and just a guy who loves to talk movies! He always has something cooking, and Matt and Ry do their best to drag some details out.

So share a pair of earbuds with your sidekick, the jaw signal is in the clouds… time for another thrilling episode of… CinemaJaw!

Top 5 Movie Sidekicks

5.) Silent Bob (Clerks)
4.) Ellis Boyd “Red” Redding (Shawshank Redemption)
3.) Spock (Star Trek)
2.) Igor (Young Frankenstien)
1.) Short Round (Indiana Jones)

5.) Judge Roy Bean (The Westerner)
4.) Kate Moore (Dirty Harry)
3.) Peachy Carnehan (The Man Who Would Be King)
2.) Tucco (The Good, The Bad & The Ugly)
1.) Square John Sand (Boom Town)

5.) K2SO (Rogue 1)
4.) Sebastion (The Little Mermaid)
3.) Pedro (Napoleon Dynamite)
2.) Hermoine & Ron (Harry Potter)
1.) Ted (Ted)

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