The title says it all! Enjoy this stream of consciousness episode where the girls discuss what's on their TikTok For You pages, aliens, the Don't Worry Darling drama and... Anne Hathaway?Follow us on Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube at @lostinhibitionspodClarissa: @itsclarissageezMyriam: @myriam1217Sidney: @sunshinesidneyyy
In episode 111, Torry (she/her) is joined by Nicole from The Nicole and Isaiah Show (2:21). They discuss new celeb couples: Gigi Hadid and Leonardo DiCaprio, Sabrina Carpenter and Dylan O'Brien, and Kanye West and Candance Swanepoel (6:53). Then they discuss the birth of Malibu Barbie, Trisha Paytas' child (19:35), and notable moments from New York Fashion Week including: Anne Hathaway and Anna Wintour's encounter, Julia Fox's outfits, and Kourtney Kardashian's Boohoo fashion show (24:24). Finally, Nicole nominates a Pettyweight Champion of the Week: Joe Amabile for falling asleep at the Boohoo show (36:08) and shares her This Week in Petty story, about people cheating off her test (38:44). Looking for more exclusive content? Join our Patreon for an extra episode a week! This week's episode covers: pop culture hot takes submitted by the listeners with guest, Carly. Listen to Torry discuss pop culture news on Mess Magnets. Leave an audio message of a question or comment for Torry to include in a future podcast on Speakpipe. Buy an RTBP Starbucks cup or keychain on Etsy. Follow RTBP on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Subscribing and leaving a rating helps us find new listeners! Thank you. Ready to Be Petty is a Playlyst Studios Original.
Season 5 – Gap Year: UK Episode 5 (Full episode) Are you a theater fanatic? Hilarie is! (Go figure...) But even if you're not, you'll still love the history and charm behind Shakespeare's hometown of Stratford-Upon-Avon. This small English city has protected and cultivated the history of Shakespeare, who is widely believed to be the greatest writer in the English-speaking world. Not only did he write plays for the stage, like "Romeo & Juliet," he also coined many of the terms we still use today – things like, “It's all Greek to me!” Walk with Jamin and Hilarie through the streets of Stratford-Upon-Avon, where this hopeless romantic was born, where he fell in love with his wife (Anne Hathaway), and where he was ultimately laid to rest. Theater productions like "War of the Roses" are performed regularly at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre here. While staying in the city, Jamin and Hilarie also took day trips to Warwick Castle and The Cotswolds. So much to see. So little time… You can subscribe to Travel FOMO in two different ways: (1) See their adventures on YouTube and (2) follow audibly from wherever you listen to podcasts. Why? Because they're traveling to 18 different countries in the coming year, and you won't want to miss it. This episode is available wherever you listen to podcasts. To see these Stratford-Upon-Avon places for yourself, watch their video from the trip: https://youtu.be/Wi5qZj38h2U. Travel FOMO is hosted by a husband and wife duo, Jamin and Hilarie Houghton. Learn more about them at www.travelfomopodcast.com. Follow us on social media: Instagram: www.instagram.com/travelfomopodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/travelfomopodcast TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@travelfomopodcast
Okay guys remember when we said Colossal was one of the wildest movies of the season? Just forget we even said that, this movie is absolutely underpants-on-your-head wild. Anyways, we know we said we'd be doing Hoodwinked this week, but its completely out of print. So we had to do a GBGBs Emergency Pivot (TM) to this crazy movie. We hope you'll stick around and listen to the episode because we think it's a fun ride. Serenity (2019), not to be confused with the pretty decent 2005 Serenity movie starring Nathan Fillion, stars Anne Hathaway as the mysterious ex-wife of Matthew McConnaughey's character. The McCon man has a boat, wants to catch a fish, and is tasked with whacking Hathaway's current husband while on a fishing trip. If we say any more, we'll spoil the whole movie. But let's just say the plot takes QUITE a turn. Seriously, we'll give 5 GBGB bucks to anyone who can guess the plot trajectory before seeing this film. (Disclaimer: GBGB bucks only redeemable at select GBGB podcast retailers). Thanks for stopping by!
In this bonus episode of the podcast, Torry (she/her) shares an exciting announcement for RTBP (0:34). Then she welcomes Sherry Nguyen (she/her), aka Sherry Starseed, an astrologist, psychic, and tarot card reader (2:40) to discuss the following celebs: Kim Kardashian (11:10), Taylor Swift (26:07), Anne Hathaway (38:39), Rihanna (49:15), and Britney Spears (1:01:07). They share the celeb's big three, their sign's characteristics, their biggest career moves (and why it was possibly influenced by their sign), why they either do or do not work with their partners/why they are single, and an upcoming prediction about them (done by Sherry's tarot cards!). After all the celebs, Sherry and Torry share their own big three (1:13:10) and then at 1:17:15, Torry shares which predictions have already come true! This episode was recorded August 29, 2022. Use code PETTY for 20% off of all Sherry's services. Leave an audio message of a question or comment for Torry to include in a future podcast on Speakpipe. Buy an RTBP Starbucks cup or keychain on Etsy. Follow RTBP on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Subscribing and leaving a rating helps us find new listeners! Thank you. Ready to Be Petty is a Playlyst Studios Original.
After the great GBGB Summer Break, THE GBGBs ARE BACK (With special return guest, Joe, from Comics Coda) to review The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement. This episode was recorded just before the Great GBGB Summer Break (GGBGBSB), but it's good to be back in the Annestitution to finish out our Anne Hathaway season! This follow-up to an iconic classic finds our old friend Mia Thermopolis in a royal pickle: find a suitor to marry in less than a month, or lose her claim as the head of Genovia. In addition to the returning cast from the first film, we also see Chris Pine in his first ever feature film role (???) The GBGBs also discuss the in-universe rules of the Princess Diaries franchise and force Joe into a classic GBGBs improv comedy session. Thanks for stopping by!
Harken! The mountain's four wise men and women left the summit to discuss Nacho Vigalondo's _Colossal_! Released in 2016, the film stars Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis, Dan Stevens, and many others. It was filmed in Canada, the United States, South Korea, and Spain and was distributed by Neon, Mongrel Media, Versus, and Dreamfact! Enjoy your bi-weekly trip to Shaolin.
Les Misérables is an epic, sweeping musical. It was one of the longest running shows on Broadway, a beloved community theatre production, and if you've ever seen the inside of an audition room, you've probably heard a gaggle of girls butchering On My Own or I Dreamed a Dream. It is a sung-through operatic style musical, so for this movie to have been a success all Tom Hooper needed was a cast that could sing. Instead, we got awkward close up of actors who can kind of hold a tune. The casting of this movie, save for Samantha Barks, Aaron Tveit and Anne Hathaway, was probably the most egregious error made, and all others that followed were made worse by Hugh Jackman screaming the score at us. What did you think of Les Misérables? Let us know on Twitter and Instagram! Watch the 25th anniversary concert! Neil Patrick Harris and his 2013 Tony opening #LesMiserables #BestPicture #BestActor #HughJackman #BestSupportingActress #AnneHathaway #BestOriginalSong #BestSoundMixing #BestProductionDesign #BestMakeupAndHairstyling #BestCostumeDesign #Oscars2013 #2013Oscars #AcademyAwards #Oscars
We've come to the end of our analysis of the Dark Knight Trilogy with The Dark Knight Rises. Can this one live up to the awesomeness that the previous two movies were? Where does this movie work and where does it not? Let's dig in and talk about how this trilogy ends. ----more---- Transcript Welcome to Nerd Heaven. I'm Adam David Collings, the author of Jewel of The Stars. And I am a nerd. This is episode 94 of the podcast. Today we're talking about the movie The Dark Knight Rises. The description on IMDB reads Eight years after the Joker's reign of anarchy, Batman, with the help of the enigmatic Catwoman, is forced from his exile to save Gotham City from the brutal guerrilla terrorist Bane. The screenplay was written by Jonathan Nolan and Christpher Nolan The story was by Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer. It was directed by Christopher Nolan And it first released on the 16th of July 2012. Once again, I hired this on DVD when it came out, and only saw it once. But I own the complete trilogy on Blu-ray now. The movie starts with Commissioner Gordon praising Harvey Dent at his funeral. Doing just what Batman told him to do. As hard as that is for him. That ties us into the end of the previous movie. Then we're straight to the new plot. It's a hostage situation. Bane is introduced as a mercenary. A masked man. It's a terrifying interrogation, the way they're threatening these people, but not actually killing them. He wants to know, who is Bane? This guy is looking for him. It turns out one of them IS Bane. Now my first introduction to Bane was the game Batman Arkham Asylum. In that game, he's this big monstrous creature powered by the venom serum. Basically DC's answer to the Hulk. When I heard Bane was going to be the primary villain of this movie I was surprised. How can a big mutated monster fit in with this serious realistic Batman? I was surprised to see when he appeared, that he was just some bloke, but he's got this weird metal mask around his mouth. No explanation is given for this odd facial decoration when he's introduced. But he does say that nobody cared about him until he put on the mask. And I have to say, his voice doesn't at all match what I would expect to hear coming out of someone who looks like this. He's got this happy-go-lucky English accent. Sounds like it could be quite high-pitched but it's distorted by the mask. Without any explanation, this mask is just really distracting and odd. Bane crashes the plane. He's stealing blood from one of their bodies. This is all a pretty impressive sequence to look at, but it's very disorienting. Who are all these people? What do they mean to each other? None of it is clear. Bane Leaves one of his own behind, so a body can be found in the wreckage. And the guy doesn't even object. What hold does he have over them they'd so readily die for him? Spoiler alert - we'll never find out. Even after seeing the whole movie, looking back it still wasn't entirely clear what this scene was all about? They abduct Doctor Pavel and fake his death. That'll be important later. But what's with the blood? Back in Gotham, we learn about Harvey Dent day. A new public holiday. The city has undergone a historic turnaround. Gotham is without organised crime. For the first time in forever. A real difference has been made. It's nice to know that Bruce was right. Gotham has been rehabilitated. He's proven Ra's Al Ghul wrong. There's some talking about repealing the dent act, which gave police the power to act, but no real details on what they meant. And some talking about how Batman murdered Dent. Gordon hates playing along with all of this. But what can he do? When he says he has a speech, telling the truth about Dent, but now is not the time, I think he means the real truth. Maybe one day he can tell the real truth and clear Batman's name. But not today. The peace is too fragile. Too new. Things are not going well for Gordon. His wife and kids left him. The mayor wants to get rid of him. He was a war hero, but this is peacetime. I feel really sorry for him. The last movie destroyed his marriage. Between faking his own death - letting his wife think he'd died, and their son nearly dying, I can see how it ended. It really sucks. So we're seeing a very different world than that of the first two movies. But let's not assume it's all gonna stay happy and nice. There'd be no movie then. Batman might be on the run, but Bruce Wayne isn't. He doesn't have to be. Nobody knows Bruce is Batman. But Bruce is living as a recluse. His new beard speaks volumes. He needs a cane to walk. It's not entirely clear why this is. But he's not faking this. He really does have trouble walking. The maid is stealing his mother's pearls. And the maid is, of course, not a maid, but a cat burglar. Selina Kyle. And here's yet another example of Hollywood star casting I would never have thought of, but I like Anne Hathaway in this role. She does a decent job of it. I think at this point, she was still stepping out of the shadow cast by The Princess Diaries. Although she had already played Agent 99 in the remake of Get Smart, which I found surprisingly good. Wayne Manor has been rebuilt. Bruce can now operate back in the original bat cave. But it's a lot more developed. Selina likes the pearls. She won't sell them, but what she wanted was Bruce's fingerprints. Alfred is worried about Bruce. He hung up the cape but he never began a new life. He's not living. He's just waiting. But he's still grieving the loss of Rachel. Alfred tells his cafe story, which is important and will be paid off wonderfully later on. When Bruce was away, travelling the world, learning how to fight criminals, Alfred hoped he'd never come back. Why? Because he wanted Bruce to find his happy ending, and live a life free of the wounds of his childhood. Alfred would go on holiday to Florence every year. He'd go to a particular cafe. Every time he'd fantasise that he'd look across and see Bruce with a wife, maybe a couple of kids. Neither would speak to each other, but they'd both know that he'd made it. That he was happy. He never wanted Bruce to come back to Gotham. There was nothing here for him but pain and tragedy. Alfred wanted something more for him than that. And he still does. Next, we meet an idealistic young cop named Blake. He'll be a pretty important character in this movie, but it won't be clear why for some time. He's played by Joseph Gordon Levitt, who is most famous for the teenage-bodied alien in the sci-fi sitcom Third Rock from the sun. But he really sells his performance as an adult cop in a serious drama. Selina meets a guy named Stryver. Selina got the prints for THIS guy. Stryver is gonna kill Selina, but she's well prepared. In a lot of ways, like Batman. She puts on a good act to appear an innocent bystander to cops. But Blake is on the case. Thugs capture Gordon and bring him to Bane. There is a connection between Bane and Stryver. Blake comes to see Bruce. In relation to Harvey's murder. But starts telling him the story of Bane. He needs Batman's help. Does Blake know Bruce is Batman? Blake tells the story of his own tragic childhood. He's an orphan too. Bruce Wayne Billionaire orphan was a hero to those kids. It was never really clear to me how or when Blake discovered that Bruce is Batman, but it also seems pretty clear that at this point, he DOES know. And he believes Batman was innocent of Harvey's crimes. I guess Bruce's injuries are from his time as Batman. That would seem logical. But Batman didn't seem this banged up at the end of Dark Knight. Bruce meets with Gordon in a ski mask as Batman. Gordon says Batman needs to return. He is still needed. Bruce is not convinced Batman exists anymore. Bruce finds Selina at a charity party. This is a masquerade and Selina has chosen a black mask and cat ears. This is the closest to a cat costume we'll get to see her in. It's a realistic take that works in the context of this trilogy. Although she'll kinda continue to wear it again later in the movie for some reason, which doesn't seem to fit. Honestly, I'd probably have been okay if this was the only scene where we saw her wear it. This party is also where we meet Miranda Tate, a bright young woman who has business dealings with Bruce, and is very interested in his clean energy reactor, which he's never put into production. Selina ended up a thief because she did what she had to. But once you start there, they'll never let you do what you want to. You get stuck in a life of crime. Does that excuse her actions? It certainly gives us a little more sympathy for her as a character. I suspect this is a common story in the real world. Nobody grows up thinking “I really wanna be a criminal”. She says “There's no fresh start in today's world.” And it's starting to look like a fresh start might just be something she'd be interested in, if it were possible. In the meantime, she sees herself as a robin hood figure Selina threatens a coming storm that may bring down the rich in Gotham. And then she steals Bruce's sports car. Wayne Enterprises not doing well financially. Bruce put all his money into the clean energy project, but won't turn it on for some reason. But you can bet he does have a reason. Miranda supports the project and doesn't understand why he won't follow through. Lucious has some gadgets to show Bruce, even though he says he's retired. It's some kind of aircraft. Bruce is using a device to help him walk and even kick. We learn a little about Bane. There's a prison pit where prisoners are sent to suffer and die, in another part of the world. Bane came from that prison. He was born and raised in hell on earth. He was trained by Ra's al Ghul. But excommunicated from the league of shadows. Apparently he was too extreme for Ra's. And that's gotta be a bad thing. Alfred thinks Gotham needs Bruce, not Batman. He's not afraid Batman will fail. He's afraid that he WANTS to fail. He's a shadow of who he was. Physically and mentally. So Bayne and his goons break into the stock exchange. There's no cash here. So what's his plan? It's an online theft. They don't stay long. And they leave with hostages Bruce wears the batman suit for the first time in ages. He arrives on the bike that was once part of the tumbler. This is more dangerous for him than ever because the police think he is a murderer. They won't hesitate to take him down. This proves to be a real problem - because the cops are more interested in catching Batman than they are dealing with Bane and Co. Good for Bane. Putting aside the question of whether the bike was originally part of the bridging vehicle, it continues to do some pretty cool stuff in this movie. The way the wheels rotate and allow quick direction changes is a lot of fun to watch. But then all reality goes out the window when we see this movie's version of the batwing, which is basically a full-on spaceship. I mean, I like it, but it doesn't fit this series very well. And they don't even try to explain it. The batmobile was introduced in a way that made sense in this world, in Batman Begins. No attempt was made to do likewise with the Batwing in this movie. I found that pretty disappointing. Selina is after a program that will clear her name. A clean slate. It erases your identity from every database on earth. It literally makes you disappear. So her desire to escape her life of crime and have a fresh start is quite genuine. But the guy claims it doesn't exist. Batman rescues Selina from Bane's people. Selina sold Bruce's fingerprints to Daggart, who Stryver works for, for that program. She hasn't been paid, so you can imagine how she's feeling. Alfred is really not keen on Bruce trying to be Batman again. He's gonna get himself killed. He used to want a life beyond Batman, but with Rachael's death, that's not possible. He can't move on. And that's when Alfred decides to finally tell Bruce about Rachael's letter. It's a very powerful character scene. And this choice hurts both of them very deeply. Alfred has just sacrificed his relationship with Bruce in an attempt to keep Bruce alive. A painful representation of what love is all about. Brilliant scene. Sadly, that means we won't see any more of Alfred until near the end of the movie. Now we find out what Bane and Daggart were up to. They've effectively bankrupted Bruce and acquired Wayne Industries. Bruce's main concern is applied sciences, but Lucious has done a good job of keeping that off the books and safe. As he should have. But they do have his energy project. Bruce shows the reactor to Miranda. The reason he never put the reactor into active use is because some Russians found a way to weaponise similar technology. In particular, Doctor Pavel from the plane at the beginning. The risk was too great for Bruce. He's putting Miranda in charge of the company, in charge of the reactor. “Keep it safe and hidden. If it becomes too dangerous, she's to flood it.” Bruce has been officially kicked out of his own company. His father's legacy. Bane kills Daggett and takes over, calling himself a necessary evil. That's kind of how the League of Shadows see themselves, right? Bruce wants to recruit Selina to help find Bane. He offers her the fresh start. Claims it does exist. Bruce acquired it to keep it out of the wrong hands. He may be willing to let Selina use it, but he needs to trust her first. When he tells her that they're letting him keep the house, Selina makes a very interesting point. “You don't even go broke like the rest of us.” And that's very interesting. When super rich people go broke, they tend to still have resources behind them. A former billionaire is not going to find himself living on the street begging for food, like a normal person might when they lose everything. It's all relative. And I find that fascinating. It reminds me of Alastair in the British comedy show As Time Goes By. When he said he was broke, what he really meant was he was down to his last million. Bruce and Miranda get intimate. That seems to have come out of nowhere. It turns out Batman couldn't trust Selina. She's done a deal with Bane, delivering Batman to him. Bane knows who Batman is as well. Selina overhears so she knows too Now in some ways, Bane is a very similar character to Doomsday. Doomsday is good for one thing. Killing Superman. So if you're gonna put Doomsday in your movie, you'd better be willing to have him Kill Superman. In a similar way, Bane is famous for breaking Batman's back. That's his purpose. It doesn't mean you can't do other things with the character, of course, but Bane's inclusion is something of a promise. I'm not as familiar with this incident from the comics as I'd like to be. I am in the process of binging the important Batman comics from the 80s and 90s, but I'm not up to Knightfall yet. Looking forward to it, though. Bane says something I find fascinating. “Peace has cost you strength. Victory has defeated you.” By winning peace in this city, Batman has not kept up his training. His physical conditioning. That has made him weak. His great victory has become his defeat. Bane claims to BE the league of shadows. Fulfilling Ra's Al Ghul's destiny. “You merely adopted the dark, '' he says. “I was born in it, moulded by it. I didn't see the sun until I was a man.” Bane has found applied sciences. He has all of batman's tech And then he does it. He brake's Batman's back. In a shot that looks very reminiscent of the comic. I think Selina is already realising that she made a mistake. She's on the run, not from the police, but from bane. When Blake says he can offer her protection, she just gives him this look, and Blake kinda shrugs, as if to say, okay, maybe we can't protect you from someone like that. Selina honestly tells him she's not sure if Bruce is dead or alive. He is alive, but barely. Bruce doesn't fear death - he longs for it. Bane has taken Bruce to the prison where he grew up. Underground and dark. The tunnel is open. You can see the sky. But climbing is impossible. That impossible hope is what tortures people's minds. Bruce has to watch on a TV screen as Bane destroys Gotham. Bane seems to be the only one to ever have escaped from this hole. He was born in there, and he escaped as a child. And he's found the reactor. The board are coerced into turning it on for him. Bane's first move is to detonate explosives he's buried in concrete all over the city. The visuals of the football field slowly collapsing looked amazing. There are some similarities between Bane's plan and Ra's al Ghul's. Isolate the island in the middle of Gotham and then use some advanced technology to destroy people. Most of the city's cops are in the tunnels under the city. Except for Blake. At this point, most first-time viewers are probably surprised by how big a role Blake has in this movie, and wondering why he's in here. It seems Doctor Pavel is the only person in the world capable of disarming the reactor bomb. After confirming this, Bane murders Pavel in front of the entire stadium. Now we see a little of The Joker's theatricality come into play. This is going to be a game. One of the people in the crowd has the detonator. It's not clear at this point, whether this is somebody working for Bane, or if the person doesn't actually know they're the one. Perhaps something innocuous they'll do will set off the bomb. This could have been explained better. I feel like the writing in this movie isn't up to the same level as the previous two. Ra's al Ghul had a clear goal and motive. The Joker was completely insane, but even he had a clear motive and goal - as crazy as it was. But I can't get a reading on Bane. He says he's giving Gotham back to the people. What exactly does that mean? Gotham is finally at peace, better than it's been in decades. What does he think he's liberating them from? But does he actually care? Of course not. He sees himself as carrying the torch of the League of Shadows. He wants to destroy Gotham. But why? Batman has succeeded in proving that Al Ghul's extreme measures were not necessary. Gotham has been rehabilitated. So ….. What's it all about? Interesting to see a bunch of tumblers, in their original cammo colours driving through the city streets. Bane tells the city the truth about Harvey Dent, reading from the stolen speech Gordon planned to one day deliver. He's raging against the corruption of the Gotham police. Now in fairness, much of their current peace has been built on a lie. But the criminals locked in that prison are still criminals. Justice HAS been served. So what is to be gained by letting chaos reign and releasing all those dangerous criminals back out into the street? Maybe Bane wants to watch the city tear itself apart, but he can just set off the bomb. It seems to me that Bane is his own brand of crazy, but a much less interesting version of crazy than we saw last time with The Joker. The people of the city seem to be taking up Bane's cause and rioting. I find that extraordinary. So Blake points out some of the criminals have been denied parole due to the Dent Act. Well….that's a potential moral issue. But it's not a well-defined one. We just don't have enough information to make a fully informed opinion. The justice system is supposed to punish the guilty, but also preserve certain rights and freedoms that they still have as human beings. But this was an act of legislation. It was a law. We don't understand the subtleties and details of that law, but the police had the legal right to keep those criminals locked up, regardless of whether Harvey Dent was a nice bloke or not. Whether what the law allowed them to do was morally right is a completely different question. And now for the people of Gotham to want to let all those dangerous criminals out to roam the streets, and string up the cops. I'm losing all sympathy for them. The thing is, I'd be quite interested in a story that genuinely looked at the moral issues of a police force doing something a little dubious to protect the city from the special class of criminal we see in Gotham. Get some real interesting shades of grey going on so you have something to discuss. Except I don't think this movie does it at all well. It doesn't delve in and explore any of that. It's all brushed over so briefly that it becomes meaningless and there's nothing to talk about. We cut back to Bruce and we get a little more backstory about Bane. How he came to be born down there in that pit. I don't know what country this is supposed to be, but you want to talk about corrupt justice systems mistreating the freedoms of its prisoners. This is where you look. Apparently, young Bane was attacked by other prisoners during a plague. One of the prisoners was a doctor. He tried to fix Bane's face, but his fumbling efforts left Bane in perpetual agony, and the mask on his face holds back the pain somehow. Um……..okay. So they're trying to fix Bruce's back. A broken back doesn't necessarily mean death. My wife suffered a broken vertebra in her back from a roller-skating injury as a teenager. It's something she's lived with all of her life. The muscles learn to adapt. But Bruce is in a pretty bad way. He's got vertebrae sticking out. It's believable that Bruce could get back into physical shape again someday, but it's gonna be a very long and slow recovery. Bruce hallucinates that Ra's Al Ghul is there with him. He surmises that Ra's was the mercenary whose wife was thrown into the pit. Ra's is Bane's father. This is reasonable speculation, but Ra's isn't really there alive to confirm it. This is all in Bruce's head. So maybe Bruce is right, and maybe Bruce is wrong. But we're expected to believe that it's true - at least that Ra's al Ghul was the mercenary, and the child's mother was his lover. But the only reason Batman, or the audience, knows this, is because Bruce learned it in a dream. At this point I'm left wondering how long exactly is this siege taking? For Bruce to recover and build himself up to the physical strength to climb out of the pit, realistically, I'd think he'd need a year. He was in much worse shape than my wife, and she lost the better part of a school year to her injury. But it feels like the stuff in Gotham is just taking place over a few hours, or maybe a few days. Blake actually gives us a number. It's been 3 months. 3 months those cops have been trapped underground. So much about this movie just isn't ringing true. Wouldn't the federal government have done something about this after all that time? An entire city under siege? Lucious gives us some more bad news. The fuel cell in the reactor is deteriorating over time. In 23 days it'll go off, regardless of whether the trigger man pushes the button. If he could get his hands on the core he could put it back in the reactor and stabilise it. After a few failed escape attempts, the prison doctor gives Bruce some psychological advice. Not being afraid of death doesn't make you strong. It makes you weak. Fear of death is necessary. It's what makes you go that extra mile and do what should be impossible. Because if you don't you die. So he advises Bruce to do the climb the way the child did. Without the rope. I don't know if this is good advice or not, but in a way it kind of makes sense. Bruce is not fully committing. Because somewhere deep down, he knows if he misses, the rope will save him. Without that safety net, he simply HAS to make the jump. So his body and mind will be more willing to do what is needed. It's all mental. Makes some form of sense. But if he fails - he can't try again. It's a gamble I wouldn't make. But Bruce would. It's a genuinely triumphant moment when he climbs out to freedom. We get another cameo from Doctor Crane, also known as the scarecrow. He's trying people in Bane's dodgy court. When Gordon goes to recruit one of his cops to help, we learn a little more about the situation. The government has apparently done a deal with Bane. The details of which, we don't know. Seems unlikely. This is a weird setting. It's almost post-apocalyptic. The cop says Gordon doesn't know whether the bomb will go off tomorrow, except … he does. Why doesn't he tell him about the time decay? So Wayne has arrived and recruited Selina to help him. He still sees something good in her. Is that naive? Maybe. But part of being a literary hero is looking for the good in people. Gordon has been captured by the goons and is being forced out on the ice, even though he would prefer to be shot than play along with the charade. Bruce lights his symbol in flames on the side of a building, because he knows the power of a symbol to give people hope is an important weapon in this fight. Batman can't save the city alone. That will take good people to stand up. Blake and Selina are gonna lead people out of the city to safety while Batman leads an army against Bane. Selina is still ultimately selfish, but she wants Bruce to come with her. There's an inkling of something between them, at least from her side. She makes the point that he doesn't owe these people anything more. He's given them everything. And she may be right. Maybe they don't even deserve him anymore. But true heroism gives what is undeserved. And as he ominously points out, he hasn't given them everything. Not yet. It really does look like a war. The cops all lined up in their uniforms, facing off against the crowd of Bane's thugs. A big battle like this is a pretty epic way to finish off the trilogy, I'll grant them that. So big surprise, Miranda is the child of Ra's al Ghul, not Bane. She's working with him and she has the trigger. Bane was her protector. I'm not sure this really works. Did she really know about the reactor before Bruce told her? Because Bane seemed to. I dunno. Also, this calls into question a lot of the backstory we thought we knew about Bane. So…has he actually been in that pit since childhood? Did he grow up there? Was the whole story about the doctor messing up his facial surgery so he needed the mask to keep the pain at bay true or not? We're just left feeling a little bewildered. Fortunately, Gordon has managed to block the detonator, so it doesn't explode at once. Selina has finally decided to have a change of heart and help Bruce. Miranda has flooded the reactor so there's no way to prevent the bomb from exploding anymore. The only thing that can be done now is to fly it away from the city. A suicide mission. Batman is quick to sign up for that with his batwing. Now he really will have given everything. Gordon wants to know Batman's identity, not because he ever cared, but because people should know who gave his life for them. Bruce subtly tells him who he is by relating an experience from his childhood. When this movie was soon to come out, I remember saying to a workmate of mine that I suspected Batman would die in the third movie, sacrificing himself for others. My reasoning was that it had been confirmed the series would be a trilogy. This would be the end. And Batman dying just seemed a fitting end that would fit the tone of the series. So I felt kind of gratified when I saw exactly that play out. Of course, it's not over yet. It's fitting that Bruce's funeral is attended by Gordon, Lucious, Blake, and Alfred. The people who knew who he was. I'm curious what kind of cover story they came up with for Bruce's death. I don't think Gordon revealed Batman's identity publicly, because when asked about who saved the city, he simply says “The batman.” But with all the death and destruction, it shouldn't be too hard for Gordon and Blake to explain it. Poor Alfred. He's so heartbroken. He blames himself. He feels he let down Thomas and Martha Wayne. Blake has thrown in his badge. I think the inability to adapt of the officers that wouldn't let him escape with the kids has hardened him to the rigid structure of the force. I got pretty emotional at the reading of Bruce's will. He's left everything to Alfred, the man who raised him, who was as much a father to him as Thomas was. And Wayne manor is to be used to care for the city's orphans. So we learn that Blake's real name is Robin. Bruce has left him information to find the batcave, in case he wants to continue Batman's work. So that's why Blake's story was so important to this movie. He is…this universe's equivalent of Robin. In the comics, Robin was just a code name given to a number of people. Dick Grayson, Json Todd, Tim Drake, Stephanie Brown, and Damien Wayne. In this version, Robin was the guy's real name. It's little more than a nod to the concept, but it kinda fits this interpretation. And that brings us to that last scene. We learn with Lucious that the Batwing's autopilot was fixed after all. So Bruce Might have survived. Then we see Alfred taking a trip to that cafe. The one where he used to fantasise about seeing Bruce happy and okay. He looks up, and there he is. Bruce is sitting at a table with Selina. They nod to each other and Alfred leaves. All is okay now. It seems that the clean slate program has given both Bruce and Selina a fresh start. This is a powerful scene. It pays off the earlier scene so beautifully. It shows that Bruce and Selina have made a happy new life together, but most importantly, it provides reconciliation between Bruce and Alfred. Forgiveness. A promise that they are still family. It's a wonderful way to end the movie. As for Bruce and Selina, I love that they end up together. There is always an aspect of attraction and tension between Batman and Catwoman. But this movie didn't do enough to establish that. They kiss shortly before he dies, for no real reason. And that's it. I think It would have worked better if they'd established a little more between them earlier in the movie, maybe instead of with Miranda. The sex with Miranda did nothing other than to make her betrayal sting a little worse, but honestly, I don't that was needed. Miranda's betrayal would have been just as powerful whether they'd had sex together or not. So … how can I sum up this movie? I derive some enjoyment from watching it, and I'll probably watch it again some day. But in terms of quality, it's not even in the same league as Batman Begins or The Dark Knight. This one has a reputation for not being as good, and I do think they dropped the ball. I can't help but wonder if it was rushed. It seemed like they needed a little more time to revise the script. I was going to say that a longer runtime might have helped it as well, but I was surprised to look up and learn that this movie was actually the longest in the trilogy. I found myself really having to concentrate to fully get my head around this one. I had a similar experience with The Dark Knight, but that was because there was so much going on. But all those pieces fit together beautifully like a jigsaw puzzle. It was meticulously put together. There was a lot less going on with this one, but the pieces didn't seem to fit together quite as well, and some of the pieces were missing. So what do I like about it? It's got some really cool visuals. The effects and the camera work are beautiful to look at. I liked Blake's character. I liked Batman's sacrifice and his new secret life. That whole last scene is beautiful. I liked Anne Hathaway's portrayal of Selina Kyle, though as I said I felt they could have done more with her and Batman. I liked that they tried to tie this in a lot to Batman Begins, to round off the trilogy and make it feel whole and complete. But I don't think they really succeeded in doing that effectively. And I like the whole Bane breaking Batman's back thing, and I liked Bruce's journey of getting himself back on his feet and out of that prison - although the timing doesn't really work. So that's a decent list of positives. This was as good as the average superhero movie, but a bit of a disappointment when compared to Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. Ultimately, though, this trilogy has held up really well for me. The awesomeness of the first two more than makes up for the shortcomings of the third. This trilogy changed the way Superhero movies were made. At least for a time. It showed that Superheroes really could be taken seriously as dramatic characters. And it laid the foundations for the Snyder universe that I love and adore so much. I've enjoyed covering these movies. I hope you've enjoyed my thoughts on them. Next time, we start a whole new adventure. We're going to be covering all ten episodes of Star Trek Continues. It's gonna be a lot of fun, so I hope you'll join me for that. Until then, have a great two weeks Live long and prosper. Make it so.
While Alonso's away, Drea and Ify have fellow MaxFun host Jordan Crucchiola (Feeling Seen) over to their New York mansion to wait out a hurricane...metaphorically speaking. The game -- er, movie -- of the hour is Halina Reijn's BODIES BODIES BODIES. It's A24's latest horror venture and it stars a cast of 20-somethings (and Lee Pace) making a bloody mess. Enjoy!Then, our trio swaps actors into each other's famous roles (as per this news story).What's GoodDrea - Christian King's “Break My Soul” as Denzel Jordan - Hackers in 35mm and Orphan First KillIfy - souffle pancakesITIDICa). MoviePass 2.0 b). Anne Hathaway to star in new movie based on Harry Styles Fanficc). ‘Fast and Furious' Protests Over Car Stunts Staff PicksDrea - Glorious (2022)Jordan - Angel (1984)Ify - Ready or Not (2019) Soylent:Go to Soylent.com/maxfilm and use promo code MAXFILM to get 20% OFF your first order!Lumi Labs: Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use MAXFILM for 30% off + Free Shipping. ***With:Ify NwadiweDrea ClarkJordan CrucchiolaProduced by Marissa FlaxbartSr. Producer Laura Swisher
In which the Mister and Monsters join me in reviewing COLOSSAL (2016) which is currently streaming on HBO Max. The film, written and directed by Nacho Vigalondo, follows Gloria (a superb Anne Hathaway), a total mess of a girl who's forced to get it together when her boyfriend (Dan Stevens) forces her out of the apartment. She moves back to her abandoned childhood home and meets up with Oscar (a superb Jason Sudeikis), an old childhood friend who at once rushes in to help her. What at first seems innocent soon reveals itself to be a bit more sinister and add to that that Gloria quickly realizes that she's manifested a huge, colossal creature who is terrorizing the inhabitants of Seoul. The film perfectly blends drama/fantasy and comedy to tell a very layered and engaging story. The film has a run time of 1 h 49 m, and is rated R. Please note there are SPOILERS in this review. Opening intro music: GOAT by Wayne Jones, courtesy of YouTube Audio Library. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jokagoge/support
For the first time in over two years, the Deucecast crew -- Mikey, d$, and #TwitterlessDrEarl takes on a Herculean task... listing the movies coming in the fall and winter of the year. The Spring/Summer preview (ep 526) got most of the movies right, but when it comes to fall and winter, leading into award season, it's a total crapshoot. But we are up for the challenge. We list most of the major releases into theaters and streaming, with the knowledge that any of them can move without warning. Two Pinocchio films, new Kevin Smith, is Fletch even relevant anymore, Sidney Pointier gets his due, Zac Efron on a Beer Run, Olivia Wilde v Flo Pugh, Tyler Perry's Jazzman, d$ geeks out over new Russell AND new Baumbach, Mikey says "Dominatrix", #TwitterlessDrEarl loving some Tar, Anne Hathaway heads to another Oscar, She Said journalism, Amy Adams Amy Adams Amy Adams, Tom Hanks bad accents, Whitney biopic, Sarah Polley's critical love... And dozens and dozens and dozens more.
Heather Matarazzo steps Behind The Rope. Heather chats about the full trajectory of her career from her first film, The Sundance winning “Welcome to The Dollhouse”, to her current days as a working actress “making it” in Hollywood. Heather chats Dollhouse - what it was like to lead a feature film as your first project, how life changed after and why this film is still so beloved as the teen angst voice of “other” or “different” for many generations to come. We chat hot takes on some of Heather's projects after Dollhouse - The Princess Diaries, Scream, Roseanne, The L Word and Grey's Anatomy to name a few as well as co-stars such as Anne Hathaway, Neve Campbell and Ellen Pompeo. Heather opens up about the struggles she has faced over the years in Hollywood trying to find work, the many misperceptions the public has about life in the biz, her viral tweets on the subject earlier this year, and where she, and Hollywood, are today regarding it all! Finally, as a member of the LGBTQIA community, Heather talks representation, new movie “The Mattachine Family” and, of course, her wife's tribute book to Queen Madonna because as we often say, all roads lead back to Madame M. @heathermatarazzo @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at - www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope BROUGHT TO YOU BY: DAME - www.dameproducts.com (Enter Code VELVETROPE For 15% Off Your Order) TALKSPACE - www.talkspace.com ($100 Off Your First Month. Use Code VELVET) ADVERTISING INQUIRIES - Please contact David@advertising-execs.com MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Sometimes you just can't get rid of a bomb!" -Adam "Batman" West "I CAN GET IT OUT OVER THE BAY!!" -Christian "Batman" Bale We've come a long way since Batman 66, all the way to 2012's The Dark Knight Rises! Unfortunately for you, this episode won't be getting rid of a bomb either...because it is one...This episode is "da bomb." This one has it all, folks! Bane voices, Mtn Dew, Muppets, women's t-shirts, and of course: JUSTICE! The Dark Knight Rises stars Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, and some other people! You star this episode 5 Stars! Everyone wins! Be sure to follow us on Insta @ihaveagoodfeelingaboutthis If you liked guest Brian's thoughts in today's episode, be sure to tune in to his show (@electricmonsterpod) wherever fine podcasts are downloaded and check out HIS episode on the Dark Knight Rises (bit.ly/EMPRISES) as well as his recent episode costarring IHAGFAT's own Craig where they discuss Grease (warning, quite a bit more explicit by comparison)!
On this weekend's What to Watch: Teen Wolf alum Arden Cho stars in Netflix's new legal drama series Partner Track. 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? returns for a new season, checking in on couples including Shaeeda & Bilal, and Angela & Michael — and fan-favorite Ed is back. Pope's fate hangs in the balance on the series finale of TNT's Animal Kingdom. Jason Momoa stars in the final season of See, where a civil war breaks out and everyone's lives are at stake. Nicki Minaj, LL Cool J, and Jack Harlow host MTVs VMAs, where performers include Lizzo, Snoop Dogg and Eminem, and Minaj, who'll receive the Video Vanguard Award, and Global Icon Award winners the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Plus, trivia, our Sound Bite of the Week from the upcoming comedy series Reboot, and entertainment headlines — including a name change for the Maggie and Negan Walking Dead spin-off series, Jeffrey Dean Morgan heading to season 4 of The Boys, Anne Hathaway's starring role in the adaptation of Harry Styles/One Direction fan-fic book The Idea of You, Netflix announces the end of The Umbrella Academy, and the death of Beverly Hills, 90210 star Joe E. Tata. More at ew.com, ew.com/wtw, and @EW. Host/Producer: Gerrad Hall (@gerradhall); Producer: Ashley Boucher (@ashleybreports); Editor: Lauren Klein (@ltklein); Writer: Calie Schepp; Executive Producer: Chanelle Johnson (@chanelleberlin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Over the past few months, the growing chronic loneliness epidemic has come up repeatedly in my interviews on the Passion Struck podcast. Given its prevalence, I decided to devote this episode to addressing its significance. Loneliness is a human sentiment that is complicated and unique to every person. Because there isn't a known common cause, the consequences of loneliness and its prevention can vary dramatically. Anne Hathaway did a great job articulating her feelings about loneliness in the following quote, "Loneliness is my least favorite thing about life. The thing that I'm most worried about is just being alone without anybody to care for or someone who will care for me." Her quote brings to life how differently we each experience loneliness. For example, a lonely elderly person who struggles to have people to talk to has different needs than a college student leaving home for the first time. In today's Momentum Friday Passion Struck podcast episode, I dive into what it means to be "lonely," as well as the causes and consequences of loneliness, and provide ten different ways to deal with loneliness. --► Get the full show notes: https://passionstruck.com/loneliness-is-not-a-joke-here-are-10-ways-to-deal-with-it/ --► Subscribe to My Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles --► Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/passion-struck-with-john-r-miles/id1553279283 *Our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/passionstruck. Passion Struck Podcast Starter Packs New to the show? These Starter Packs are collections of our most popular episodes grouped by topic, and we now have them also on Spotify. To find your old favorites, you can also browse starter packs for existing listeners. Every week, John interviews everyday heroes from all walks of life. Learn how to subscribe to the show and never miss a new episode and topic. Show Links Interested in reading the transcript for the episode: https://johnrmiles.com/10-ways-to-deal-with-chronic-loneliness/ Purchase Victor Frankl's Book Man's Search for Meaning: https://amzn.to/3JkSkDN My interview with Ari Wallach on his new book Longpath and how we unlock our purpose for something greater than ourselves: https://passionstruck.com/ari-wallach-on-unlock-your-purpose-longpath/ My interview with Ayelet Fishbach, a professor at the Booth School of Business University of Chicago, on how to get it done, the science of motivation: https://passionstruck.com/ayelet-fishbach-get-it-done-find-the-fun-path/ My interview with Astronaut Wendy Lawrence on why you must permit yourself to dream the dream: https://passionstruck.com/how-to-dream-the-dream-you-want/ My interview with Katy Milkman, Ph.D. on how to create lasting behavior change: https://passionstruck.com/katy-milkman-behavior-change-for-good/ My interview with Astronaut Chris Cassidy on the importance of being present in the moment: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/astronaut-chris-cassidy-on-the-importance-in-life/id1553279283?i=1000521263914 My solo episode on why micro choices matter: https://passionstruck.com/why-your-micro-choices-determine-your-life/ Follow John on the Socials: * Twitter: https://twitter.com/Milesjohnr * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m * Medium: https://medium.com/@JohnRMiles * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/john_r_miles * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milesjohn/ * Blog: https://johnrmiles.com * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast/ * Gear: https://www.zazzle.com/store/passion_struck/ -- John R. Miles is the CEO, and Founder of PASSION STRUCK®, the first of its kind company, focused on impacting real change by teaching people how to live Intentionally. He is on a mission to help people live a no-regrets life that exalts their victories and lets them know they matter in the world. For over two decades, he built his own career applying his research of passion struck leadership, first becoming a Fortune 50 CIO and then a multi-industry CEO. John is also a prolific public speaker, venture capitalist, and author. Passion Struck is a full-service media company that helps people live intentionally by creating best-in-class educational and entertainment content.
The Couples discuss one of the biggest upsets in Oscar History where Crash (Don Cheadle, Terrence Howard, Michael Peña, Sandra Bullock, Matt Dillon, Thandiwe Newton, Ryan Phillippe) won best picture over Brokeback Mountain (Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Williams, Anne Hathaway).(This episode contains spoilers)Where to watch Brokeback Mountain?StarzWhere to watch Crash?HBO Max* As of August 2022 in the USAFor more shenanigans, follow us on Instagram @couplescutpodcast or TikTok @couplescutpodcast, Twitter @couplescutpod or send us an e-mail at CouplesCutPodcast@gmail.comTranscript available on our website: https://CouplesCut.buzzprout.com/
Max Landis: Max Landis is still out there doing his thing on social media, but also has some interesting stories of living the canceled life that no one seems to care about!Hunk Talk: We discuss Ian Fidance which leads us to Aaron Taylor Johnson as hunky Ian and of course HUNK TALK in general. Also some tales of California from last week from JimSpragels: We check in on our boy Jake over at Pokemon Unite Worlds and we uncover the biggest grift in the Pokemon gaming world, DOOBSNAXMAX LANDIS!, DR FARTS!, POO!, THE REHEARSAL!, NATHAN FIELDER!, HOLLYWOODXERO!, GIFT SUBS!, NMAN!, CLOUD ATLAS!, WACHOWSKIS!, DUFFER SISTERS!, EMPEROR!, SISTER!, VADER!, PODBEAN!, LOTTERY!, MAX LANDIS!, STALKER!, MURDER!, POLICE!, PARTY!, DIDN'T LIKE HIM!, THAT'S WHAT YOU GET!, BRIGHT!, NETFLIX!, SEQUEL!, CONTRACT!, BUYOUT!, ORLANDO!, DISNEY PASS!, THE HUNGER GAMES!, NEW CAPITOL!, TENACIOUS D!, CITY HALL!, ROCK OPERA!, TEAM MAX TO THE GRAVE!, AZIZ ANSARI!, ANDY SIGNORE!, MASTER OF NONE!, THE WALKING DEAD!, RICK GRIMES!, ANTHOLOGY SHOW!, PARKER POSEY!, IAN FIDANCE!, AARON TAYLOR JOHNSON!, BULLET TRAIN!, MILO VENTIMIGLIA!, SHORTS!, HARRY STYLES!, JASON SUDEIKIS!, OLIVIA WILDE!, DIVORCE!, FLORENCE PUGH!, ZACH BRAFF!, COLOSSAL!, ANNE HATHAWAY!, NICE GUY TROPE!, ENGAGEMENT PARTY!, DOMESTIC!, SUBURBAN!, GROOMSMAN!, NOT INVITED?, STARTENDER!, ANT!, SHOTGUNNING BEERS!, ANNIVERSARY!, E.T.!, 40TH ANNIVERSARY!, TCL CHINESE THEATER!, GRAUMAN'S!, HOLLYWOOD!, LARGEST IMAX SCREEN!, BABU FRIK!, ANIMATRONIC!, GEARS!, RISE OF THE SKYWALKER!, MS SWAN!, MADTV!, POE!, OSCAR ISAAC!, JAKE SPRAGUE!, SPRAGELS!, POKEMON WORLDS!, LONDON!, COMMENTARY!, PROFESSIONAL!, DOOBSNAX!, WORSE JAKE!, PLAYERS!, MOBA!, INSIDE SCOOP!, MASKS!, THE CONTENT COWBOY!, AEOS ISLAND!, CENSOR!, BEEP!, RIPPED!, CHRIS COALES!, MICHAEL COLE!, FREAK OUT!, GEEKING!, NEPOTISM!, WHERE DID HE COME FROM!?, ZOINKS!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
Dana and Tom with Adam Hitchcock (Host, Movies and Podcorn podcast) to discuss the modern sci-fi classic, Interstellar (2014): directed and written by Christopher Nolan, co-written by Jonathan Nolan, starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, and Michael Caine. Plot Summary: In a future Earth where humans are finding the planet more uninhabitable due to "the blight" that is causing mass famine as it kills many major crops and regular massive dust storms, Joseph "Coop" Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) volunteers for a mission to find three previous space explorers who had been sent to find a new home planet for mankind. However, as "Coop" and his teammate, Dr. Brand (Anne Hathaway) become exposed to the relativity of a black hole near the galaxy they are exploring, time slows down for them, and they are forced to view everyone they cared for on from Earth live decades without them including "Coop's" two children, Murphy "Murph" Cooper (Jessica Chastain) and Tom (Casey Affleck), who have to live their lives without him wondering if he will ever succeed in his mission and find his way back. You can now follow us on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok (@gmoatpodcast) or find our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100081916827044 (Greatest Movie of All-Time Podcast). For more on the episode, go to: https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/interstellar-2014-ft-adam-hitchcock (https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/interstellar-2014-ft-adam-hitchcock) For the entire list so far, go to: https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/greatest-movie-of-all-time-list (https://www.ronnyduncanstudios.com/post/greatest-movie-of-all-time-list)
Freeman has been at the forefront of conspiracy theory for over two decades. He is an internationally-known, award-winning TV producer, filmmaker, radio talk show host, and lecturer. Freeman is considered an expert in the fields of the occult, trauma-based mind control, Illuminati symbolism, and ancient civilizations. He graduated with honors in Interdisciplinary Studies and attended Kansas University, specializing in ancient and environmental architecture. Freeman publicly announced his fears that a false flag event would occur on 9/11, that "W" would be forced into office, the economy would collapse on 10/13, and that the next President of America would have his natural-born status questioned. Freeman has appeared on HBO, Discovery Channel, in the studio with Alex Jones, and many others. He's even in a movie with Anne Hathaway and Dan Fogler!To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com
Wallace from Wallace and Gromit joins Anne Hathaway and Keira Knightley on the podcast for a nice one. The 3 old pals cover many topics including: a few prison related "key and pee" situations, Ed's upcoming "My Two Grandmothers" tattoo, and her bad case of sleepwalking envy. Pete talks through yet another children's tennis camp related conundrum.
Interstellar (2014) is stellar! It has everything going for it, a great cast, great acting, an impactful and ambitious story, and beautiful cinematography... yeah that pretty much it... I don't have anything to say negatively about the movie at all! Starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine, and Jessica Chastain... maybe Matt Damon is there too.
When you think Anne Hathaway, do you think 'style icon'? Maybe not, but these days she's turning heads with her sleek, on point fashion choices. Enter the 'celebrity fashion glow up', where a celeb reinvents their look, with or without the help of a stylist. In this episode, Tam and Deni discuss what goes into these glow ups, the role celebrity stylists have in the industry and the difference it makes when a celeb uses one, versus styling themselves. Plus, in Boujee or Budget, Deni has a gorgeous shacket recommendation, as well as it's Kmart dupe. THE END BITS Subscribe to Mamamia RECOMMENDATIONS: BOUJIE Deni: Blanca Buckley Jacket Tam: Casetify 'The Met' collab case BUDGET Deni: Kmart Long Sleeve Contrast Stripe Shirt Tam: A fashion forward mani! FOLLOW US Check out everything we talked about today on the Mamamia Style Instagram We have a Facebook group! Check out What Are You Wearing GET IN TOUCH: Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at email@example.com CREDITS: Hosts: Tamara Davis and Deni Todorovic Producer: Kally Borg Audio Producer: Thom Lion Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this fun, fascinating episode your Film Freaks are back from the wilds of Canada and happy to bring you an in-depth look at the big giant monster movie genre. We take you through the very early days to the 1953 classic “The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms,” the first giant creature awakened by man and boy is he cranky movie. Quick to follow was the Japanese classic “Gojira” and the Americanized version “Godzilla: King of the Monsters.” That was the beginning of one of the most impressive film franchises ever! Interesting and hilarious sound clips from all the films—everything from “Gorgo” to “The Crater Lake Monster” to “Cloverfield.” Some of the talent we discuss include Ray Harryhausen, Raymond Burr, Anne Hathaway, J.J. Abrams, Jason Sudekis, and dozens more. Come along as we stomp through cities, take you by the hand, and save your life from being crushed by a large rubbery foot. Today's episode is sponsored by: Libro.fm (FILMFREAKSFOREVER) | 2 audiobooks for the price of 1 when you start your membership Film Movement Plus (PODCAST) | 30% discount
Andy, Jamie, and Brendan celebrate 10 years of The Dark Knight Rises by recording one of their now customary anniversary commentaries. Find more Holy BatCast on the internet: Web | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Patreon Rate, review, & subscribe to Holy BatCast on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | iHeartRadio | Stitcher | TuneIn Your feedback is appreciated. Send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org Check out our sponsor at manscaped.com and use the promo code “BATSCAPED” for 20% off.
Episodio 146 del podcast No Pasa Nada: Si Guy Ritchie hubiera dirigido “BATGIRL”, no tendríamos este problema En este episodio hablamos de: “Bullet Train”: Brad Pitt encabeza una colorida película de acción que pondrá a suspirar a los fans de Guy Ritchie, ¡aunque él no la haya dirigido! No es “Bad Bunny”, es Benito Martinez Osorio: el músico más exitoso del momento se monta en el “Tren Bala” para proyectarse como actor. La debacle de “Batgirl”: porque los nuevos dueños de Warner Bros. descartaron la próxima película del Universo DC Comics. “Both Sides of the Blade”: un drama de infidelidad dirigido por Claire Denis, antesala de su próxima película, escenificada en la Nicaragua de los 80. Misterios de “No Pasa Nada”: ¿que tiene que ver “The Card Counter” con “Colossal”? “Love & Other Drugs”: después de 12 años, Manuel descubre los encantos de Anne Hathaway enfrentando una enfermedad terminal. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/no-pasa-nada/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-pasa-nada/support
A fire will rise as the Dark Knight returns! Directed by Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight Rises is the superhero film based on the DC Comics character Batman. It is the final installment in Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy, and the sequel to The Dark Knight (2008). Luke and Nathan revist the epic conclusion to Nolan's trilogy, with the return of Christian Bale, Michael Caine, and Gary Oldman. It has been eight years since Batman vanished into the night. Assuming responsibility for the death of Harvey Dent, Batman sacrificed everything for what he and Commissioner Gordon hoped would be the greater good. However, the arrival of a cunning cat burglar (Anne Hathaway) and a merciless terrorist named Bane (Tom Hardy) force Batman out of exile and into a battle he may not be able to win.
The saga ends as the Attack of the Franchise crew discuss the final entry in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy: The Dark Knight Rises. After the Dark Knight expectations were high, does the film hold up a decade later? The gang discusses this along with Tom Hardy's lovely voice, Anne Hathaway's Catwoman, how clunky the plot is, why wasn't Joseph Gordon-Levitt just called Dick Grayson, and more.Follow, rate, download, and share to support the show!
Welcome to the latest edition of Movies that Make Us. The news has been a bit busy and hectic, so we decided to discuss a feel good film, 2015's The Intern. Robert DeNiro, Anne Hathaway, and Rene Russo. The film tells the story of a 70-year-old widower who becomes a senior intern at an online fashion website, where he forms an unlikely friendship with the company's workaholic CEO. It's a fun film that we think you'll enjoy.What are your thoughts on the film? As always, you can reach us at email@example.com. Did you miss the video premier of this episode? Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and then click the little bell to receive notifications when we add a new video or go live.You can also follow our Facebook page so you can receive notifications for new audio or video of our episodes. Sometimes we are even live on Facebook, so you can give us feedback right then and there. It's pretty sweet.As always, thank you for listening, and for now, we won't see you at the movies… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
(No, not that one.) This weekend is the 359th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare's wife Anne Hathaway, and to commemorate the occasion we talk to Dr. Katherine Scheil, author of Imagining Shakespeare's Wife: The Afterlife of Anne Hathaway. Dr. Scheil discusses what drew her to Hathaway as a subject for study; how Hathaway is almost always portrayed in relationship to Shakespeare; what to make of the “second best bed” she received in Shakespeare's will; the wonderful democratization and liberating opportunities of biofiction; how sex is frequently the default source of Shakespeare's “inspiration;” a discussion of the relative merits of the films Shakespeare In Love and All Is True, the TV series Upstart Crow, and the novel Hamnet; and ultimately, how biofiction can be a more insightful way of understanding historical figures, and even how sitcoms can reveal greater story and character nuance than drama. (Length 25:59) The post Celebrating Anne Hathaway appeared first on Reduced Shakespeare Company.
Tony & Jeremy review the in-theatre movie Nope (2022), directed by Jordon Peele starring Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer and Steven Yeun. In the second half they discuss one of their favorites 2014's Interstellar (2014) starring Mathew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain & Michael Caine.Chapters:Current Talk: Jeremy's Minnesota road trip, (00:31)Nope (2022) Review: (16:40)Interstellar (2014) Discussion: (41:13)The clips featured in this podcast were for critical review and parody, which are protected under the Fair Use laws of the United States Copyright Act of 1976. All rights are reserved and acknowledged.Nope (2022)- Rotten Tomatoes Interstellar (2014) - Rotten Tomatoes
This is one of those weeks where Bang On truly has it all. Myf and Zan start with a 600kg sun-loving walrus, and end with vagina perfume. In between, we wrap the week that was, including the solving of the mysterious Somerton Man (Zan wants to rewind to when he was a mystery). A teaser for the new Black Panther movie has us in a tizz, particularly cos one of our faves is in it. And a reflection on the massive pile on to Anne Hathaway in the noughties is reframed through a new generation's viewpoint. Myf is loving fellow mad dawg Miriam Margolyes new show, and Zan is an absolute wreck after seeing Joni Mitchell return to the live stage Show notes: Freya the walrus: https://junkee.com/freya-the-walrus-is-sinking-boats-and-living-up-her-hot-girl-summer/337415 Freya's live stream: https://tv.vg.no/video/241746/se-foelg-hvalrossen-freya-minutt-for-minutt The Somerton Man: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-26/somerton-man-identified-melbourne-born-engineer-researcher-says/101272182 Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=128&v=RlOB3UALvrQ&feature=emb_title&ab_channel=MarvelEntertainment Reflecting on Hathahate: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/women/anne-hathaway-movies-catwoman-taylor-swift-sexism-b2131147.html Vabbing: https://theconversation.com/vaginas-pheromones-and-tiktok-what-is-the-strange-new-trend-of-vabbing-187431 Miriam Margolyes: Australia Unmasked: https://iview.abc.net.au/show/miriam-margolyes-australia-unmasked Joni Mitchell: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aqGjaFDTxQ&ab_channel=AmyKaribian&fbclid=IwAR2ia7gZmQRE9t7a83ed-MGx1ke8kaXrYNzoDOIT4gnn-axACRJgHnKt54k Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Bang On is an ABC podcast, produced by Double J. It is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the land where we live, work, and learn.
Hello Divas! Welcome to this super special royal bonus episode of DCOM Divas where we review this iconic 2001 film The Princess Diaries! Jana is joined by her fellow Disney Channel loving friend Robin as the two discuss Anne Hathaway films, getting your first kiss and pop, this movie's iconic makeover scene, and all their favorite 2000s movie soundtracks. A review of a movie that's genuinely good— shut up!
“Your time is limited, do not waste it living someone else's life. Do not be trapped by dogma, which is living the result of other people's thinking. Do not let the noise of others' opinions drown your inner voice and, most importantly, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” - Steve Jobs Courage comes from the Latin word “cor” which denotes the heart as the seat of feelings. To have courage means you have the willingness to act and the ability to control fear. Are you courageous enough to stand up for yourself and be who you want to be, or would you rather follow what everyone else is doing and saying? Are you happy with how your life has turned out because of it? Do you often wonder what your life would have been if only you had the courage to be who you wanted to become? Today we are going to talk all about courage and how vital it is in achieving the life that you have always wanted. Listen and gather insights and, hopefully, you will have the courage within you to be the best version of yourself. Highlights: ⚡️ The ability to take courageous action is one of the most important aspects of being human. It allows us to live and fuels our growth. ⚡️Courage vitalizes all the other human virtues. ⚡️Wisdom is the ability to be wise enough to learn from experience, take wisdom from others, the ability to have self-control and do what you need to do. ⚡️The two types of courage are general courage and personal courage. ⚡️Courage blindness is failing to recognize all the remarkable things that you have already done in your life and to think about the things that you could do and do them every day, regardless of how you feel.
William Shakespeare is the most famous playwright of all time, but his life is largely a mystery. No one wrote about his life when he was alive, and he left few (if any) personal writings and letters behind for historians to study. But Tyler and Hannah still found plenty to discuss during this episode, including Shakespeare's dad's fall from societal grace after being caught trafficking one very controversial material, Shakespeare's marriage to Anne Hathaway, and of course speculation that many of his most famous sonnets are about a man. Biography: “Will in the World” by Stephen Greenblatt Thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song: https://soundcloud.com/jakebassen As well as Cam Clawson, for our Correspondence Remix: https://soundcloud.com/camclawson7 Follow us on Instagram: @lewisandlovecraft @twclawson_pdx @thehannahray Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LewisandLovecraft/ Website: https://lewislovecraft.weebly.com/ Email: email@example.com
Mark and Erik discuss the 2008 comedy Get Smart. Directed by Peter Segal, and starring Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Dwayne Johnson, Alan Arkin and Terence Stamp (such a stacked cast), the movie focuses on what happens when Steve Carell is tasked with saving the world. In this episode, they also talk about TV adaptations, swordfish and walking into door frames. Enjoy!
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For the Valkyries, one of their first exposures to the enemies to lovers tropes was with the second installment of the Princess Diaries franchise in Princess Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement. Little did they know that this was just the start of a long term love for the enemies to lovers trope. In this episode, the Valkyries break down some of their favorite parts of this film, and discuss the amazingly talented cast that this film has. (forever simping for Anne Hathaway and Chris Pine.) Follow us on Instagram @valkyriesafterdark https://instagram.com/valkyriesafterdark?utm_medium=copy_link Follow us on TikTok @valkyriesafterdark https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPd2cS1Qe/ Send us an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
We're back! Hiatus over! Thanks for your patience! Based on a TV show created by comedy legends Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, 2008's GET SMART has some pretty big phone-shoes to fill. Does James Caan have what it takes to play a nameless President? (DEFINITELY.) Does he deserve better than being asked to do a warmed over George W.? (PROBABLY.) What about skinny Dwayne Johnson? Can you trust him not to secretly be a bad guy?! (NO YOU CANNOT.) Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, and Alan Arkin get to meet a fake president, too. Which member of the GET SMART cast was in a fantasy football league with podcast hosts Ben and Eric? GOTTA LISTEN TO FIND OUT! (Hint: The actor is known for being quite the, um, hero...) Find us on Twitter (@Fake_Presidents) and Instagram (@Fake_Presidents), or email us at fakepresidents [at] gmail.com to join the conversation!
Hellllooooo, friends!Welcome to part two of our Anne Hathaway series. In 2012, Anne Hathaway was at the height of her career. Her performance in Les Mis was generating Oscars buzz. But as her career soared, she quickly became Hollywood's most loathed star.Got some thoughts on this scandal you wanna share? We're allllll ears (also, eyes, heads, bodies, etc etc) - join in the convo over on our Insta @shamelesspodcast.Big thanks to Extra Gum for making this episode possible. You can get your hands on Extra Gum at your local Coles, Woolworths, or independent or convenience store.Want to support our show? We are sending air kisses, air tea, and air hugs (too far?) to anyone who clicks ‘subscribe' on Apple (bonus hugs for anyone who leaves a five-star review, too) or ‘follow' on Spotify.Still not enough? Well! Our hearts! See below for everything else.Subscribe to the weekly ‘ASK SHAMELESS' newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gFbYLTJoin our book club: https://www.instagram.com/theshamelessbookclub/Check out our website: https://shamelessmediaco.com/Thanks for listening! We are very big fans of yours.
It's the kick off our our month long kaiju celebration, recorded LIVE on Twitch, edited in post later! We're joined by our best bud, and fellow rapper Nick Foster (AKA Nick. / JustNickPeriod) top discuss 2016's "Colossal" starring Anne Hathaway! Come along as we chat about saluting, anti-doctor, weed, Everest, Pirates, Tom Cruise movies, catnip, wigs, the development of toxic characters, marriage, dollar store toys, neon signs, escalators, hometown bars, "One Night Stans", Spider-Ham, finding Nick's enjoyment of fun, "The Staircase", script reading, & more! Want to hear more from your favorite Marsh Land Media hosts? Hear exclusive shows, podcasts, and content by heading to Patreon.com/MLMpod! Have fan mail, fan art, projects you want us to review, or whatever you want to send us? You can ship directly to us using "James McCollum, PO Box 180036, 2011 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60618"! Please, learn about Black Lives Matter, the protests, and find ways to donate at https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/. Follow the podcast on Facebook & Twitter @MSSPod, on Instagram @MSSPodcast! Watch James' "Mostly Playin' PlayStation" and our live streams on the MSS YouTube channel! On top of streaming on Facebook & YouTube, we also simul-stream at Twitch.tv/MostlySpeakinSentai! Listen to James' rap music under Marsh Land Monster on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, & more by clicking HERE. Send us a voice mail to be played on the show at (224) 900-7644! Nicole's Patreon is live! Check out www.Patreon.com/DarlingHombody for more details! Plus, head over to www.DarlingHomebody.com for all her art, the web comic Crumb Bums we make together, buy her merchandise, & watch her draw Gorma creations from the podcast! You can also buy her artwork on shirts and more on threadless.com/@darlinghomebody! Find her @DarlingHomebody on Instagram, Tumblr and Etsy! Buy her wares! Go purchase some of our original Sentai monster designs on RedBubble then post a pic on social media of you wearing the threads! www.redbubble.com/people/MSSPod/portfolio Find out more about James' other podcasts "Shuffling the Deck", "Sweet Child of Time", "Hit It & Crit It", and "This Movie's Gay" on our website, www.MLMPod.com!!! Plus, download James' albums!
The siblings go back to their roots to one of the classics in early ought's, The Princess Diaries (2001). Ross remarks on the strange structure of Meg Cabot's original book series, Carie gets weepy at the end, and the siblings howl at the iconic performance of Sandra Oh. Copyright 2022 Sorry Mom Productions
Happy Monday, pals!Today, we're heading back to 1982. We fell in love with her as the Princess of Genovia and Andy Sachs. But the real woman behind those adored characters? She had to deal with an ugly phenomenon: the rise of 'Hathahate'.Got some thoughts on this scandal you wanna share? We're allllll ears (also, eyes, heads, bodies, etc etc) - join in the convo over on our Insta @shamelesspodcast.Big thanks to CeraVe for making this episode possible. Check out CeraVe's Hydrating Foaming Oil Cleanser and Eye Repair Cream by heading to cerave.com.au. To watch snippets of CeraVe's annual #SkinChat that we hosted last week, head to CeraVe's Instagram.Want to support our show? We are sending air kisses, air tea, and air hugs (too far?) to anyone who clicks ‘subscribe' on Apple (bonus hugs for anyone who leaves a five-star review, too) or ‘follow' on Spotify.Still not enough? Well! Our hearts! See below for everything else.Subscribe to the weekly ‘ASK SHAMELESS' newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gFbYLTJoin our book club: https://www.instagram.com/theshamelessbookclub/Check out our website: https://shamelessmediaco.com/Thanks for listening! We are very big fans of yours.
You might know her as the Princess of Genovia, or perhaps even, Miranda Priestly's Assistant. In the Cancelled Courtroom she will be addressed as, Anne Hathaway. Jess & Clare dissect Hathaway's resume including THAT Oscars co-hosting performance, the many reasons people hate her & just her general earnestness. So what will be her charges and sentences? THE END BITS Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH: Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at email@example.com CREDITS: Hosts: Clare and Jessie Stephens Producer: Rose Kerr Audio Producer: Leah Porges Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Jackie leaves the country with a real bang by planning the Bitch Bible retreat at Alcatraz island, shares her most recent valley kabob experience, Selena Gomez and Hailey Bieber Tik Tok trauma and why Anne Hathaway is a time traveler. Produced By Dear Media