Podcasts about Apocalypse Now

1979 epic war film directed by Francis Ford Coppola

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Page To Screen Podcast
Season 3, Episode 5: Heart Of Darkness / Apocalypse Now

Page To Screen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 71:49


Now is a time for giving thanks and this month, to thank our husbands for listening to us talk all about the differences between the books and the movies we force them to watch, we decided to thank them by having them pick the books and movies this month!  We started this month with the Carlos pick and now its time for the Jesse pick- Heart Of Darkness which inspired the movie Apocalypse Now.  Neither of us knew what we were getting into when he picked this. Did he try to warn us? Yep. Did it work? Nope. Did Francis Ford Coppola somehow mange to turn this short story into a 2 1/2 hour epic film? Duh!  Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe!  Want more? Follow us on Instagram (@pagetoscreenpod) and twitter (@page2screenpod)!

Morning Prayer Alaska
Sunday Sermon "Apocalypse Now"

Morning Prayer Alaska

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 13:55


Sunday Sermon "Apocalypse Now" by

Everything Went Black Podcast
EWB 276 HOLLYWOOOD BABYLON PILOT

Everything Went Black Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 107:43


Welcome to the pilot episode of Hollywood Babylon, our “movie classics” sub-series that I am cohosting with my friend Evan Hopper of Quell.  HB will live on our Patreon channel but this pilot is available to everyone to check out.   This week, we dig deep into Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now from 1979.  We go deep into the themes and give out interpretations of some of the possible subtexts that are lurking between the lines of the narrative.   Enjoy!   Intro / Outro:     “Hollywood Babylon Theme” – Evan Hopper

Southeast Asia Crossroads Podcast - CSEAS @ NIU
'Charlie Don't Surf!' Conflict and Confluences of Water Lifeworlds in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia Crossroads Podcast - CSEAS @ NIU

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 52:14


In the film Apocalypse Now (1979), a single phrase marks an iconic enemy and creates a chain of associations separating the shared kinship and apotheosis of Western Selves and Eastern Others. “Charlie don't surf” signals conflicted interactions with Southeast Asia water lifeworlds that call for critical relationality and understanding, concepts Dr Eric Haanstad will explore in this podcast with Dr Jones and Isabelle Squires. Eric Haanstad began exploring anthropology at the University of Minnesota where he studied Anishinaabe Ojibwe (Chippewa) languages and cultures in American Indian Studies. He received a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in August of 2008 and since then taught and conducted research in Cambodia, Thailand, Germany, and the U.S. Seacoast. He is publishing a book, To Protect and Suppress Protective Suppression in the Year of the Thai Police, focusing on his research with the Royal Thai Police.

DAN FOGLER'S 4d Xperience!
S8, EP2: BATMAN BANTER with the USLAN BOYS!

DAN FOGLER'S 4d Xperience!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 49:48


Michael and David Uslan chat Apocalypse Now, the OFFER, dark & serious BATMAN! JOKER 2! Comic books & comic cons, & Our modern mythology! *spoilers: Happy HALLOWEEN! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Newbie Star Trek
NST: TNG - The Wounded - Season 4, Episode 12

Newbie Star Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 97:23


The Wounded! Basically, it's Apocalypse Now, but in space! And with Miles O'Brien as Martin Sheen! Will it be as poignant? I dunno, but we'll at least definitely get some weird marriage moments between Miles and Keiko, who apparently are just meeting each other for the first time! What a story, Miles!   Looking for a stylish, compact wallet that can fan out your cards with the push of a button? Get up to 25% off any order at Ekster.com when you use our offer code "NEWBIE"!   Need a super fast, high quality, ultra secure VPN? Get an extra three free months of ExpressVPN when you sign up for 12 months through our affiliate link (a total of 49% in savings!): ExpressVPN.com/NewbieStarTrek    Ask us a question at contact@newbiestartrek.com and we may answer it on the podcast!    Intro theme song: Earl Grey (Hot!) by Nathan Tang  "What happened during this airdate?" song: Around the Sun by Nathan Tang    Catch our other projects (Fugitive Frames Film Podcast, Fugitive Games YouTube channel, etc.) at www.fugitiveframes.com! 

Every Day Oral Surgery: Surgeons Talking Shop
Drs. Matthew Pham and Poolak Bhatt: Assessing Scope, Pay and Location to Find the Right Job out of Residency

Every Day Oral Surgery: Surgeons Talking Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 47:27


Welcome back to Everyday Oral Surgery! Today, we have two guests with us to explore a few key topics. Join us as Drs. Matthew Pham and Poolak Bhatt weigh in on finding your first job after completing your studies. You'll hear about Dr. Bhatt's educational Instagram page, started while recovering from a car accident, and Dr. Pham shares some consistent insights he shares on his weekly phone calls with dental students. We touch on opioid dependence, point listeners in the direction of a helpful resource that could help you find a job in the area you want to live in, and talk about salary, collection percentages, and call stipends. Drs. Pham and Bhatt agree that it's never too early to start interviewing, even if you're still studying, before outlining some red flags to look out for when you're choosing where to work. Hear a hopeful message reminding you just how much you have to offer, and much more when you tune in today. Key Points From This Episode:Welcome to Drs. Matthew Pham and Poolak Bhatt.An overview of Drs. Pham and Bhatt's educational and career background.The story of how Dr. Bhatt started his educational Instagram page while recovering from a car accident.How he found a job in a rural area as a result of his well-researched content on Instagram. Dr. Pham weighs in on the difficult time he watched Dr. Bhatt go through during his recovery.Dr. Pham's weekly phone calls with dental students mapping out their next steps.Four considerations when choosing a job straight out of your studies.Why mentorship has been so integral to Dr. Pham's career. Opioid dependence and how easy it can be to fall down its black hole.A resource to equip yourself as you seek a suitable role.Leveraging your network to find a suitably located job.Why it is important to be honest when you are addressing scope.Salary, collection percentages, and call stipends.Why it's never too early to start interviewing, even if you are still a student.Red flags to look out for and how to identify them.Dr. Bhatt's advice to lean on people who have been through the same thing as you have.The role of mentorship and learning from senior doctors.Which forceps each doctor would use to remove Tooth 7. Why Dr. Pham loves Rocky, and Dr. Bhatt's number one is Apocalypse Now. Quotes that have altered each of their lives. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Dr. Poolak Bhatt on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/omaxface/Dr. Matthew Pham on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/phamomfs/Dr. Matthew Pham on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/mtpdds/OMS Careerlines — https://www.healthecareers.com/aaoms/search-jobs/Comfort Crisis — https://www.amazon.com/Comfort-Crisis-Embrace-Discomfort-Reclaim/dp/0593138767Everyday Oral Surgery Website — https://www.everydayoralsurgery.com/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Instagram — https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-hirsch-126210bb/Everyday Oral Surgery on LinkedIn — https://www.instagram.com/everydayoralsurgery/ Dr. Grant Stucki Email — grantstucki@gmail.comDr. Grant Stucki Phone — 720-441-6059

Reel History
Apocalypse Now I | The Fall and Rise of Vietnam (111 BC – 1954)

Reel History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 71:00


This ain't no USO show so hold on to your cavalry hat and jump onboard a Huey for episode 8 of Season 3 of Reel History! In a new departure, we're delivering up our first double-barrelled episode in honour of Francis Ford Coppola's Vietnam war masterpiece ‘Apocalypse Now' (1979). There really was was just too... The post Apocalypse Now I | The Fall and Rise of Vietnam (111 BC – 1954) first appeared on Shows What You Know.

K-Drama School
K-Drama School - Ep 94: The School Nurse Files and 16 mm Dream with Nalini Sharma

K-Drama School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 72:37


[Spoiler Alert] Grace discusses the show The School Nurse Files (Netflix, 2020) written and directed by Lee Kyoung-mi, based on the book by Chung Serang. Lee Kyoung-mi is a fascinating auteur who brings a unique touch to all of her movies and most certainly on this drama series which unabashedly explores the realm of the gross. The School Nurse Files has some big star hitters like Jung Yu-mi and Nam Joo-hyuk but an underappreciated veteran actress Moon Sori. She is a force to be reckoned with. Go see any movie starring Moon Sori—you will not regret it. Grace's guest is LA-based clown, actress, writer, filmmaker and improv comic Nalini Sharma (@nalsbarkley on Instagram) who has a one woman show playing at the Elysian Theater in November. Details are available on her social media. They discuss their love for movies shot on film, clown basics, Apocalypse Now by Coppola, and always turning to the gift of the present joy in life. Follow @KDramaSchool on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. Visit https://www.kdramaschool.com/ to learn more.

Better Together with Kosta Yepifantsev
Steel to Sharpen Steel with Brie Flora

Better Together with Kosta Yepifantsev

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 46:26


Join Kosta and his guest: Brie Flora, Artist, Jeweler, Educator, Gallery Manager for Fiddlehead Gallery at The Silver Fern and Vice President of Art Round TN.In This Episode: How artists and small business owners can scale and curate their craft to be more marketable, the value of supporting local artists and the difference in what you're really buying, how Art Round TN is growing the development of artists in Middle Tennessee.Visit Fiddlehead Gallery at The Silver Fern Address: 145 E Spring St, Cookeville, TN 38501Current Exhibition: "Apocalypse Now" a solo exhibition of paintings by local artist Dax van Aalten running 9/29/2022 - 10/ 29/2022Closing Reception/Silver Fern "Halloween" Party: 10/29/2022.Upcoming Exhibition: Justin Blackmon will have a solo exhibit of his paintings on display for the whole month of November alongside Art Round TN's Art Prowl: 11/11/22 - 11/12/22.Better Together with Kosta Yepifantsev is recorded in Cookeville, TN.Find out more about  Brie Flora, The Silver Fern, and Art Round TN:https://www.brieflora.com/https://www.thesilverfernshop.com/https://www.artroundtennessee.com/Find out more about Kosta and all the ways we're better together:http://kostayepifantsev.com/

Cinema of Meaning
Ep. 33: Apocalypse Now

Cinema of Meaning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 67:55 Very Popular


Thomas Flight and Tom van der Linden discuss the fever dream that is Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now, and examine how it created such a distinctive atmosphere, how it used a passive protagonist to offer a unique perspective, and how it invoked absurdity to navigate complicated issues of war and evil.Start exploring the riches of cinema with an extended free trial of MUBI: mubi.com/cinemaofmeaning Watch Thomas' recommendation TAMING THE GARDEN, now showing almost globally on MUBI.Listen to our episodes a week early, and completely ad-free, on Nebula by signing up for Curiosity Stream: https://curiositystream.com/cinemaofmeaningBecome part of the Cinema of Meaning community by supporting us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/cinemaofmeaningCheck us out on YouTube:Thomas Flight: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThomasFlightLike Stories of Old: https://youtube.com/c/LikeStoriesofOldCheck us out on Nebula:Thomas Flight: https://nebula.app/thomasflightLike Stories of Old: https://nebula.app/lsooFollow us:Tom van der Linden https://twitter.com/Tom_LSOOThomas Flight https://twitter.com/thomasflightSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet
Todd Sampson and The Shawshank Redemption

You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 104:51


Broadcaster and filmmaker Todd Sampson chats with Pete Helliar about his three favourite films; Apocalypse Now; Out Of Africa; and Garden State. For this episode, Todd watched The Shawshank Redemption for the first time and let's Pete know what he thinks of this classic prison movie. Feel free to email us at yasnypodcast@gmail.com OR drop us some comments, feedback or ideas on the speakpipe (link below) Keep it fun and under a minute and you may get on the show. https://www.speakpipe.com/YASNY Recorded and Produced at Castaway Studios, Collingwood Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cracker Classics
#129 - Marlon Brando's Objective Truth

Cracker Classics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 37:09


The movie: Apocalypse Now (1979) Joshua and Ian go to war again and ponder the messiness of insanity and leadership. Also tattoos.

Dev Game Club
DGC Ep 322: Far Cry 2 (part four)

Dev Game Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 68:56


Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we continue our series on Far Cry 2. We talk about some more systems in the game as we plan to play the descended versions and present our takeaways next week. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Midpoint (Brett) and more (Tim) Issues covered: gun loot and such in the ongoing series, the elimination of friction, putting the objective marker far from the quest giver, the efficiency of taking out a checkpoint, intrinsic rewards vs other intrinsic rewards, the gun aspects, everything being diagetic, driving with the map in your lap, everything is entropic including you, consistency of vision, cars and physics, the pinging audio in a Datsun-like car, putting the systems in the game, the length of system loops, wanting degradation/negative feedback to be because of something you did, forcing dramatic moments, the distinction of player initiation, malaria mechanics, progressing the game, pressures on the player for styles of play, being trained by faction gameplay, living your best murderous life, "No Russian," feeling black and white about the Jackal, a bold commitment to a backdrop, mad libbing the missions, a game meant to be played once, endangering your experience, everything is may-mays, early dynamic storytelling, slurs about the player, being edgy and gritty, not being able to feel the impact, thinness of representation, the limit of lived experiences, the messaging around Mass Effect, feeling too derivative, sci-fi soup, lack of ideology/motivation, resonating with the structure, player insertion, lack of narrowing of options, the series of grey decisions, being able to identify a franchise from just one scene. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Ghost Recon (series), Diablo, System Shock 2, Fallout (series), Breath of the Wild, Left 4 Dead, Gears of War, Reed Knight, Tim Ramsay, Republic Commando, The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger, Call of Duty (obliquely), Heart of Darkness, Apocalypse Now, Marlon Brando, Martin Sheen, The Witcher, Patrick Redding, Skyrim, The Walking Dead, Sean Vanaman, Jake Rodkin, The Lord of the Rings, Ian McKellen, Rocksteady, Arkham (series), Papers Please, Lucas Pope, Return of the Obra-Dinn, Dark Souls, The Honorable T. H. Isismyre Alname, Mass Effect, KotOR, Bioware, Star Wars, Star Trek, Jeff Cannata, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: Far Cry 2+ Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - JOHN DEPASQUALE - Special Agent with the U.S. Department of Defense (Army)

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 41:27


Mr. DePasquale grew up in South Brooklyn N.Y during the 40's, 50's and 60's with a mother who was always on welfare and a step father who wanted nothing to do with him, as a result he developed street smarts and survival skills which later helped in his career. During the peak of the Viet-Nam war Mr. DePasquale attempted to dodge the draft by having a local Godfather sign him up for the local Army Reserves, this only pro-longed to inevitable and his Reserve unit was later activated to active duty and he wound up in the Central Highlands of Viet-Nam. Upon Mr. DePasquale's return to the U.S; and being greatly discouraged by the war, he moved himself and family to Australia where he met David Hackworth, an Army retiree who was portrayed in the movie Apocalypse Now with Marlon Brando and another American named Jay who he later helped smuggle $250,000.00 out of the country. Mr. DePasquale had to later flee the country with his son after the loss of his money and business, leaving his wife behind. Mr. DePasquale re-entered the Army and was re-assigned to Germany, because of his past experience he was on the fast track for promotions averaging an increase in pay grade every year. Being burned out from working the German streets as a undercover drug dealer, he and three friends from Brooklyn planned to rob a Army payroll truck. Having failed at the robbery and not getting caught turned out to be a major turning point his life, he was later recruited by the Criminal Investigation Division (CID), an elite group working directly for the Secretary of Defense Dick Chaney. He continued on the fast track for promotions and after his promotion to Chief Warrant Officer, was designated for Special Operations and temporarily assigned to Panama where he assisted the CIA with the capture of Manuel Noreiga. During his Special Operations assignment he met a Captain who was also involved with Noreiga but smuggling drugs for him using U.S. planes. Mr. DePasquale later retired In 1998 from the Military after a mass murder of kids and their Father on the installation he was assigned as Special Agent in Charge and which could have been avoided if it were not for politics. After retirement he purchased a 47' sail boat and sailed along the west coast trying to forget some his past, while in San Diego was notified by his wife she wanted a divorce. Mr. DePasquale now lives in Florida where he continues to look for adventures. - http://trueadventuresofavagabond.com******************************************************************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

Brose
Episode 69.3

Brose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 61:39


Direct "Apocalypse Now" with Francis Ford Broppola! This week, Matt, Rich and Sean discuss braiding, pasta dishes, the best cheese, oddly satisfying things, and problem-solving. Plus: the official Brose guide to applying makeup! And the bros make it through a record third consecutive episode without making any jokes about the session number!* Thank you for your continued support of Brose, available on all major podcasting platforms. Leave us a 5-star rating/review and you'll become a contestant on NBC's reboot of "The Gong Show!" AND! Our friends at the Anchorpersons podcast are reuniting this weekend for their long-awaited British Special! The show will be released the weekend of Friday, Sept. 30, but you can get the special as soon as it drops (and listen to previous episodes) by subscribing to the Anchorpersons feed on your favorite podcasting platform. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anchorpersons-a-news-podcast/id1540044665 *this actually might be true this time, I already forget everything we said this episode

NostalgiaCast
Episode 63: FORREST GUMP (1994)

NostalgiaCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 81:47


It's stupid is as stupid does as Jonny and Darin welcome Gareth Green of the Popcorn Digest podcast to chat at length about Robert Zemeckis's technical masterwork, FORREST GUMP. We talk floating feathers, shrimp, ping pong, Vietnam, shrimp, Mamas, Bubbas, shrimp, boxes of chocolate, and everything else that makes up this Best Picture-winning black comedy fantasy confection. You never know what you're gonna get!

We (don’t) Watch Everything
Andor, Apocalypse Now and This is the End

We (don’t) Watch Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 23:02


Phil and Ben run through some new stuff (Andor started and Ben began House of the Dragon) and old stuff (Apocalypse Now and This is the End). You could say this episode feels like the end of the world… Follow the podcast on Twitter @WAYWAPODCAST for episode drops all the latest show news and to drop your mailbag questions! 2:30—Andor 5:30—Ben started House of the Dragon 7:45–The Eyes of Tammy Faye 12:15—Apocalypse Now 17:00—This is the End

The Richard Syrett Show
The Richard Syrett Show - Sep 23, 2022 - Feds Don't Track if Aid goes to Terror Groups, Midterm Election Guide, & Trudeau's Censorship Law

The Richard Syrett Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 80:46


Today on the Richard Syrett Show: Sheila Gunn Reid, host of “The Gunn Show” for Rebel News on the feds saying they don't track if foreign aid goes to terror groups. Chris Geratano, The Sofa Cinefile talks about the film “Apocalypse Now”, while the LimRiddler gives you this week's riddle. Vice president & managing editor for WND, David Kupelian brings up a midterm election guide for voters who love America. “Somethings Happening Here” with host of the Greg Carrasco Show, Greg Carrasco. Then Jay Goldberg, Ontario director at the Canadian Taxpayers Federation discusses how Trudeau's censorship law will impact you.

RTÉ - Arena Podcast
Walter Murch - Film reviews

RTÉ - Arena Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:46


Academy Award-winner Walter Murch's career as a film editor, sound designer, writer and director, has included work on era-defining films such as Apocalypse Now, The Godfather parts 1, 2 and 3, and The English Patient - We review Blonde, After Yang and more.

Infinite Loops
Trung Phan + Rob Henderson — Talking Television (EP.124)

Infinite Loops

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 69:28


Is this the greatest crossover event in history? Fresh from their individual appearances on Infinite Loops, Trung Phan and Rob Henderson join forces to discuss TV, film, and why Rob still hasn't seen Apocalypse Now. Important Links: Rob's Substack Rob's Twitter Trung's Substack Trung's Twitter Show Notes: Hearts of Darkness: one of the craziest stories in Hollywood history The beginning of TV's golden age Breadth or depth? The two paths to prestige TV What TV can teach you about elite America The two ways of watching prestige TV How TV shows program us The decline of event TV Recurring themes and HumanOS Succession and signalling The Great Reshuffle and Substack The 70s: one of the worst American decades of all time What will TV be like in 10 years' time? Challenge yourself with art Broaden your content horizons Books Mentioned: Heart of Darkness; by Joseph Conrad Unflattening; by Nick Sousanis The Iliad; by Homer The Odyssey; by Homer The Da Vinci Code; by Dan Brown Infinite Jest; by David Foster Wallace TV Shows and Films Mentioned: Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse Apocalypse Now The Shield The Godfather The Sopranos Seinfeld All In The Family The Wire The Simpsons The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Mad Men Game of Thrones The West Wing Roseanne Power Rangers The O.C. Breaking Bad Better Call Saul The Truman Show Back to the Future I Love Lucy Succession Will and Grace Severance House of Cards Stranger Things Office Space Euphoria Avengers: End Game Top Gun Maverick The Office Parasite

Press Play Podcast
Apocalypse Now

Press Play Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 27:40


One of the best war movies ever and somehow Seth and Ian have never seen it. So how does it stand up after so long? Listen and find out.Support the show

CHOONS
Bonus Episode: Inside The Factory - Different Fur Studios

CHOONS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 33:56


Different Fur has been a landmark of the music scene in the Bay Area and at the cutting edge of studio technology since it was founded in 1968 by synth wiz Patrick Gleeson, who went on to play on albums by Herbie Hancock, and in soundtrack albums for the films "Apocalypse Now" and "The Plague Dogs." Nestled between taquerias and cocktail bars, it has hosted an array of legendary musicians, up-and-coming artists, and music lovers who have attended community-based events that are now the stuff of legend in the Mission. After navigating the shakeup of the COVID-19 pandemic, Different Fur looks to the future with its new co-managers, Lien Do and Grace Coleman. Both talk to us about their musical beginnings, their relationship with artists, and their goals for the future of this recording studio. More on Different FurWebsite: https://differentfurstudios.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/differentfur/Twitter: https://twitter.com/differentfurFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/differentfur/Show Tracklisting:Come Back Jonee (Devo)America Is Waiting (David Byrne & Brian Eno)Host and Producer: Diego MartinezExecutive Producer: Nicholas "NickFresh" PuzoAudio Engineer: Adam Fogel Special Thanks to Marcel Caldera IIIFollow us on social media: @choonspodSubscribe to our PATREON: patreon.com/choonspod

The Old Soul Movie Podcast
From Here to Eternity (1953) and Adaptations of Military Novels with Vincent Casaregola, Ph.D.

The Old Soul Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 94:02


This week, we are joined by Dr. Vincent Casaregola of Saint Louis University to discuss the iconic film From Here to Eternity (1953). While everyone is familiar with Deborah Kerr and Burt Lancaster's famous kiss on the beach, what you might not know is how the film explores masculinity, femininity, and military culture from James Jones's novel of the same name. Dr. Casaregola also walks us through various post-war written materials how they have been adapted to the screen from 1946 through today. We also break down the incredibly talented cast involved in our featured film and the dynamic work Burt Lancaster helped create during this era.Movies and Television ProgramsFrom Here to Eternity (1953)The Caine Mutiny (1954)The Young Lions (1958)The Naked and the Dead (1958)High Noon (1952)Golden Boy (1939)Hollywoodland (2006)Shrek 2 (2004)A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)Twelve O'Clock High (1949)Battleground (1949)Sands of Iowa Jima (1949)Task Force (1949)Scandal Sheet (1952)Backlash (1956)The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)The Donna Reed Show (1958-1966) and Dallas (1978-1991)The Killers (1946)Brute Force (1947)Marty (1955)Bird man of Alcatraz (1962)The Devil's Disciple (1959)The Young Savages (1961)Elmer Gantry (1960)Judgement at Nuremberg (1961)Come Back, Little Sheba (1952)Run Silent, Run Deep (1958)The Rose Tattoo (1955)Trapeze (1956)The Rainmaker (1956)Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)Separate Tables (1958)Unforgiven (1960)Apache (1954)Seven Days in May (1964)A Hatful of Rain (1957)The Man with the Golden Arm (1955)Walk on the Wild Side (1962)Sweet Smell of Success (1957)A Face in the Crowd (1957)Top Gun (1986)The Hunt for Red October (1990)Saving Private Ryan (1998)The Thin Red Line (1998)Greyhound (2020)Band of Brothers (2001)The Pacific (2010)Platoon (1986)Deer Hunter (1978)Apocalypse Now (1979)Marvel films (various, including the Captain America franchise) NovelsIrwin Shaw's The Young LionsNorman Mailer's The Naked and the DeadJames Jones's From Here to EternityHerman Wouk's The Caine MutinyJames Jones's The Thin Red LineJames Jones's WhistleJoseph Heller's Catch-22Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-FiveNorman Mailer's Armies of the NightNorman Mailer's Why Are We in Vietnam?Norman Mailer's Of a Fire on the MoonJames Jones's WWIIHerman Wouk's The Winds of WarHerman Wouk's War and RemembranceTim O'Brien's various worksPhilip Caputo's various works

Movie Volleyball
Apocalypse Now

Movie Volleyball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 106:26


The gang smells the napalm, faces the horror, and gets very intimate with Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now. So get comfy and as we take the podcast up the river with to the heart of darkness. Also follow us at  @MovieVBPod and email us at movievolleyball@gmail.com

Film History: The History Of Film
Marlon Brando Part 4: Assent Into Madness

Film History: The History Of Film

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 95:11


Brando!!!! Part 4. From The Godfather to Apocalypse now and the longest when are we of all time; the Assent into madness begins on this episode of Film History: The History Of Film!!! Check out our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/FilmHistoryTheHistoryOfFilm Chapter 1: Intro/punch ups 0:00-12:34 Chapter 2: When Are We Part 1 12:34-22:53 Chapter 3: When Are We Part 2 22:53-40:08 Chapter 4: Becoming The Godfather 40:08-59:37 Chapter 5: The Aftermath Of The Godfather 59:37-1:14:55 Chapter 6: Apocalypse Now 1:14:55-1:30:49 Chapter 7: Closing 1:30:40-End --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/film-history/support

The Pod Charles Cinecast
I'm out for Dead Presidents to represent me

The Pod Charles Cinecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 95:10


This week on The Pod Charles Cinecast, presented by The Prince Charles Cinema, our hosts Jonathan Foster and Fil Freitas hit rock bottom in our next episode in our WAR, WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?... HOLLYWOOD MOVIES! We find ourselves sticking around the Vietnam War, with one of the more underrated films about the subject, while also being one of the more underrated crime films of all-time, that focusses on one of the more underreported issues of the war – the treatment of Black soldiers both during and after the war. Where does such a crossover of war and heists exist? None other than the Hughes Brothers' DEAD PRESIDENTS (1995)! Starring the likes of Larenz Tate, Chris Tucker, Keith David, Bokeem Woodbine, N'Bushe Wright, and appearances from Terrence Howard and Apocalypse Now star Martin Sheen, this follow-up to the Hughes' groundbreaking debut Menace II Society showcases the grim life for a young black man who returns home from Vietnam to no hope for a brighter future. With his back against the corner, he resorts to a heist that goes terribly wrong. Much like Spike Lee's recent film Da 5 Bloods, this movie is based on Wallace Terry's book "Bloods: An Oral History of the Vietnam War by Black Veterans", particularly the story of Haywood T. Kirkland (aka Ari S. Merretazon). Join us, as we uncover this less told story of Vietnam, that features brilliant acting, a killer soundtrack, a score by Danny Elfman, violence, heists, PTSD, The Sopranos connections and more... If you enjoy the podcast, leave a Rating and Review! It really helps us out! As always, you can follow the Podcast on https://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast) and https://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast) If you'd like to Support the Podcast and get Bonus Content, visit: https://www.patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast) This Podcast is produced by http://princecharlescinema.com/ (The Prince Charles Cinema) and http://breadcrumbscollective.com/ (The Breadcrumbs Collective)

Three Dudes and a Doc Podcast
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmakers Apocalypse

Three Dudes and a Doc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 64:13


Tyler is not allowed to call himself a movie lover anymore after admitting to not having seen Apocalypse Now. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threedudespod/message

Les Grosses Têtes
AH OUAIS ? - Comment Michel Drucker a fait la plus grosse frayeur de sa vie à Johnny Hallyday

Les Grosses Têtes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:32


Ça s'est passé le 5 septembre 1998. Johnny Hallyday est le premier chanteur à se produire au Stade de France. Il veut une entrée en scène spectaculaire. En regardant "Apocalypse Now" de Francis Ford Coppola, il a un flash : il va arriver en hélicoptère et se faire hélitreuiller sur la scène. Il appelle direct son pote Michel Drucker qui a sa licence de pilote. Les Grosses Têtes vous proposent de découvrir ou redécouvrir le nouveau podcast de Florian Gazan. Dans "Ah Ouais ?", Florian Gazan répond en une minute chrono à toutes les questions essentielles, existentielles, parfois complètement absurdes, qui vous traversent la tête. Un podcast RTL Originals. Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg

Ah ouais ?
309. Comment Michel Drucker a fait la plus grosse frayeur de sa vie à Johnny Hallyday ?

Ah ouais ?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 2:05


Ça s'est passé le 5 septembre 1998. Johnny Hallyday est le premier chanteur à se produire au Stade de France. Il veut marquer le coup avec une entrée en scène spectaculaire. En regardant "Apocalypse Now" de Francis Ford Coppola, il a un flash : il va arriver en hélicoptère et se faire hélitreuiller sur la scène. Il appelle direct son pote Michel Drucker qui a sa licence de pilote. Dans "Ah Ouais ?", Florian Gazan répond en une minute chrono à toutes les questions essentielles, existentielles, parfois complètement absurdes, qui vous traversent la tête. Un podcast RTL Originals.

Martini Giant
Episode 100: Apocalypse Now with Scott Ross

Martini Giant

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 216:56


Now that's a lot of martinis! Join us as MG celebrates its 100th episode with the amazing DR. SCOTT ROSS, founder of legendary VFX house Digital Domain! We talk about the industry, his storied career, and of course we go deep on one of his very favorite films - one we can't believe we haven't covered yet, given that it's the culmination of everything we love about American cinema in the 1970s - Francis Ford Coppola's hallucinatory Vietnam masterpiece, Apocalypse Now!  This is an epic episode in every way, so ice up your favorite drink and raise a glass with us!

The Pod Charles Cinecast
Apocalypse When?

The Pod Charles Cinecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 150:48


This week on The Pod Charles Cinecast, presented by The Prince Charles Cinema, our hosts Jonathan Foster and Fil Freitas travel into the Heart of Darkness. Our WAR, WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?... HOLLYWOOD MOVIES arc marches on, and we march with it straight into our next era of the arc. We've said goodbye to the simpler times when war seemed black and white, good versus evil, and patriotism was something you felt like you could get behind. Now, we move into the shades of grey, with one of the most divisive wars, in what was one of the most divisive times in human history – The Vietnam War. And what better way to start the Vietnam War section of our arc, than with the granddaddy of them all... Francis Ford Coppola's APOCALYPSE NOW. Released in 1979, this psychedelic epic loosely based on Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness, starring Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando, Dennis Hopper and Robert Duvall is one of the best films of all-time; yet it is hard to imagine how it ever saw the light of day... Join us, as we travel down the winding river into Cambodia, as we get deeper and deeper into the trials and tribulations of how this troubled movie got made. We see near-death experiences, actor drama, suicide threats, lying, drugs and a little history lesson on one of the most complicated wars ever... The Horror! If you'd like to hear even more about this incredible film, check out Apocalypse When? Redux episode over on our Patreon page – available now for £4 and up backers! What is the Redux episode? It's this episode, with our discussion about the 1991 making-of documentary, Hearts of Darkness, embedded inside. A two-for-one episode – and our most complete discussion of Apocalypse Now. If you enjoy the podcast, leave a Rating and Review! It really helps us out! As always, you can follow the Podcast on https://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast) and https://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast) If you'd like to Support the Podcast and get Bonus Content, visit: https://www.patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast) This Podcast is produced by http://princecharlescinema.com/ (The Prince Charles Cinema) and http://breadcrumbscollective.com/ (The Breadcrumbs Collective)

Mission 250 Filmcast
BONUS EPISODE - Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse

Mission 250 Filmcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 54:23


This week, we watch possibly the best behind the scenes movie documentary ever made. Stunning footage and audio recordings tell this deeply strange tale about the making of one of the all time classic films, Apocalypse now. Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (1991), directed by Fax Bahr, George Hickenlooper, and Eleanor Coppola.

Comics With Kenobi
Star Wars Splash Page #304 -- The End

Comics With Kenobi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 30:47


"You're an errand boy, sent by grocery clerks, to collect a bill."In Obi-Wan #4 (of 5), Obi-Wan and Anakin travel upriver on the Aqualish homeworld to find a hero of the republic who's gone rogue, as both Jedi contend with the evil that infects those who've seen enough carnage and war to fill several lifetimes and realize the power of the darkness that infects the hearts of trusted friends with unyielding darkness.Comics out today and broken down on this week's episode:_ Obi-Wan #4 (of 5) (4:03)Star Wars Comics on Marvel Unlimited This Week:_ NoneThe news:_ It appears that Dark Horse will collect the 12-issue Hyperspace Stories in three volumes with four issues apiece. The first is due out April 11._ The five-issue Hidden Empire and four-issue The Blade mini-series are available for subscription by mail via Marvel._ The Star Wars Legends: The New Republic Omnibus, Vol. 1 is now due out Dec. 13 instead of Nov. 15.Upcoming Star Wars comics and graphic novels:Sept. 6 _ Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Empire, Vol. 7 (Collects Blood Ties #1-4, Blood Ties -- Boba Fett Is Dead #1-4, Empire #1-4, Underworld -- The Yavin Vassilika #1-5, Free Comic Book Day: Star Wars 2013 and material from Star Wars Tales #1-2, 6 and 16)Sept. 7 _ Star Wars #27, The Mandalorian #1 (of 8) 2nd PrintingSept. 13 _ Star Wars (Vol. 3), Vol. 4 Crimson Reign TPB (Collects #19-25)Sept. 14 _ Bounty Hunters #27, Obi-Wan #5 (of 5)Sept. 21 _ Darth Vader #27, The Mandalorian #3 (of 8), Star Wars: Hyperspace Stories #2 (of 12)Sept. 28 _ Doctor Aphra #24, Han Solo & Chewbacca #6, Star Wars #26 (2nd Printing), The Mandalorian #2 (of 8) (2nd Printing)Oct. 4 _ Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The New Republic, Vol. 6 (Collects Crimson Empire #0-6, Bounty Hunters -- Kenix Kil, Crimson Empire II -- Council of Blood #1-6, Crimson Empire III -- Empire Lost #1-6 and material from Dark Horse Extra #21-24 and Dark Horse Presents (2011) #1)Oct. 5 _ The Mandalorian #4 (of 8)Oct. 12 _ The High Republic (Vol. 2) #1, Star Wars #28, Star Wars: Visions #1Oct. 18 _ Darth Vader (Vol. 3), Vol. 4 Crimson Reign TPB (Collects #18-22)Oct. 19 _ Darth Vader #28, The High Republic Adventures -- Quest of the Jedi #1 One-ShotOct. 25 _ Doctor Aphra (Vol. 2) Vol. 4 Crimson Reign TPB (Collects #16-20); Bounty Hunters Vol. 4 Crimson Reign TPB (Collects #18-22)Oct. 26 _ Doctor Aphra #25Oct. 29 _ Doctor Aphra (Vol. 2) #1 (Trick or Read Reprint)Nov. 1 _ The Halcyon Legacy TPB (Collects #1-5)Nov. 2 _ Star Wars #29, Bounty Hunters #28, The High Republic -- The Blade #1 (of 4), The Mandalorian #5 (of 8)Nov. 8 _ War of the Bounty Hunters Omnibus (Collects War of the Bounty Hunters Alpha, War of the Bounty Hunters #1-5, WotBH -- Jabba, WotBH -- 4-LOM & Zuckuss, WotBH -- Boushh, WotBH -- IG-88, Doctor Aphra #10-15, Darth Vader #12-17, Bounty Hunters #12-17 and Star Wars #13-18); Han Solo & Chewbacca TPB (Collects #1-5, Star Wars: Life Day One-Shot); The Mandalorian Vol. 1, Season One, Part One TPB (Collects #1-4)Nov. 9 _ The High Republic #2, Star Wars: Revelations #1 (One-Shot), Hyperspace Stories #3 (of 12)Nov. 16 _ Doctor Aphra #26, Han Solo & Chewbacca #7 (of 10), Hidden Empire #1 (of 5)Nov. 23 _ Tales From the Rancor Pit, Yoda #1 (of 10)Nov. 29 _ Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Rebellion, Vol. 5 (Collects Star Wars: Splinter of the Mind's Eye #1-4, Star Wars: Shadow Stalker #1, Star Wars: Rebel Heist #1-4, Star Wars: A Valentine Story #1, Classic Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back #1-2, Star Wars: Tag and Bink Are Dead #2; material from Star Wars Tales #4-6, 15-17, 20)Nov. 30 _ Darth Vader #29, The High Republic Adventures (Vol. 2) #1Dec. 13 _ Obi-Wan: A Jedi's Purpose TPB (Collects #1-5); The New Republic Vol. 1 Omnibus (Collects Star Wars: Mara Jade - By the Emperor's Hand #0-6, Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire - Evolution #1-5, Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Leader #1-3, Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron #1-35, Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron Special #1, Star Wars Handbook #1 and material from Star Wars Tales #10, 12, 15, 23)Dec. 27 _ Doctor Aphra (Vol. 2), Vol. 5 The Spark Eternal TPB (Collects #21-25) 2023Jan. 10 _ Doctor Aphra Omnibus, Vol. 1 (2nd Printing) (Collects Doctor Aphra (Vol. 1), #1-40; Annuals #1-3; Darth Vader (2015) #3-4, 8, 21, 25; Star Wars (2015) #13, 19, #31-32; The Screaming Citadel #1; and material from Empire Ascendant #1); Darth Vader (Vol. 3), Vol. 5: The Shadow's Shadow TPB (Collects #23-27); Darth Vader (Vol. 3), Vol. 5 "The Shadow's Shadow" TPB (Collects #23-27)Jan. 24 _ Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Menace Revealed, Vol. 3 (Collects Star Wars #36-45, Star Wars: Jedi Quest #1-4, Star Wars: Jango Fett #1, Star Wars: Zam Wesell #1)March 14 _ Star Wars Legends: The Rebellion Omnibus Vol. 1. (Collects Star Wars: Empire 7, 14, 16; Vader's Quest 1-4, Star Wars (2013) 1-20, Star Wars Kids 1-11, 12 (A Story) and 13-20 and Star Wars 3-D 1-3)

Mission 250 Filmcast
Episode 48 - Apocalypse Now: Part 2

Mission 250 Filmcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 47:15


This week, we watch a film that isn't just about Vietnam - it IS Vietnam, man! Despite nearly killing its main actor and a few crew members, a typhoon destroying sets, and an ever increasing budget, Francis Ford Coppola and crew delivered one of the most indulgent films ever made. Apocalypse Now (1979), directed by Francis Ford Coppola.

STTNGeez! Not Another Star Trek Podcast!
ST:TNGeez 3.11 The Hunted

STTNGeez! Not Another Star Trek Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 67:30


Cue “All Around the Watchtower '' as TNG goes all “Apocalypse Now” on us. The Enterprise is evaluating Angosia III for membership in the federation when their own version of Martin Sheen, Roga Danar, decides to go AWOL and steals a ship only to end up facing off with the flagship of the Federation. After a merry chase, they manage to beam him aboard and wrestle him into submission. While Danar languishes in detention, Troi gets a whiff of his pain, and seeing that he's a fine specimen of man meat, decides to get to know him a little. Troi enlists Data to do some research on Danar and they discover he's Captain Angosia, a bioengineered super soldier with psychological issues that make him explosively violent. Danar and his fellow veterans have been exiled to a lunar colony by the same government that created them and they would rather die than remain prisoners. Will Picard be able to find a solution to this explosive social dilemma? Will Troi get a chance to sample Danar's Swedish meatballs? Will Data ever quit projecting his shit onto everyone he meets? Find out on this exciting episode of ST:TNGeez, Not Another Star Trek Podcast!

The Love of Cinema
Conan the Barbarian (1982): Should Have Seen That By Now feat. Mark Monstroski

The Love of Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 98:34


This week Jeff, John, & Dave welcome Mark Monstroski of our sister podcast, The Matt And Mark Movie Podcast, which is now trending in Saudi Arabia and Portugal! Mark is a huge fan of Conan and all fun movies, really. This episode features lots of talk about practical effects vs. current CGI trends, how good story-telling on film in a sword-and-sandals romp like Conan makes any lack of realism totally work, and an understanding that while more and more movies get made every year, the bar is very high thanks to the incredible legacy left before us! We drink a lot, too. 55 buzzes! That's a record. That means Mark holds the #1 and #2 spots of most-buzzed episodes on our show. He's gotta come back for Frozen II! Conan the Barbarian is directed by John Milius, written by John Milius and Oliver Stone, based on the novel by Robert E. Howard, and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Earl Jones, Max von Sydow, and Sandahl Bergman. The Matt and Mark Movie Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-matt-and-mark-movie-show/id1541423717 Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema Hosts: Dave Green, Jeff Ostermueller. Edited and produced by Dave Green. Music: soundcloud.com/dasein-artist Beer: @cbarrozo.beer Twitter: @theloveofcinema, Twitch/Facebook/Instagram: @theloveofcinemapod, YouTube: The Love of Cinema Podcast. additional tags: Blade, whiskey, vodka, The Matrix, Top Gun (again), Idris Elba, Beast, Lightyear, orgy, orgies, Mad Max: Fury Road, gripes, HBOMax, UI, Amazon, House of Dragons, Ready Player One, Texas, Desert, Flowers, movies, film, Apocalypse Now.

Mission 250 Filmcast
Episode 48 - Apocalypse Now: Part 1

Mission 250 Filmcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 39:02


This week, we watch a film that isn't just about Vietnam - it IS Vietnam, man! Despite nearly killing its main actor and a few crew members, a typhoon destroying sets, and an ever increasing budget, Francis Ford Coppola and crew delivered one of the most indulgent films ever made. Apocalypse Now (1979), directed by Francis Ford Coppola.

Media Monarchy
#MorningMonarchy: August 15, 2022

Media Monarchy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 67:15


Ammu-Nation, Rushdie attack and espionage acts + this day in history w/Apocalypse Now and our song of the day by Angry North on your #MorningMonarchy for August 15, 2022.

Death By DVD
NOW that's what I call DUNE

Death By DVD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 20:26


NOW...That's what I call DUNE! Have you ever wanted to hear the sounds of DUNE from the comfort of your very own home? Well have a sniff of spice and get your headphones! You have GOT to hear this episode of DEATH BY DVD, all about NOW : THAT'S WHAT I CALL DUNE! The sounds of DUNE! NEW EPISODES COMING SOON!HEY, while you're still here.. have you heard...DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER!  A Death By DVD New Year Mystery  WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO  WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR  WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES   The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE

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The First Run
TFR Ep. 618: Prey, The Thin Red Line, 5 Sequel Scenarios

The First Run

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 57:38


This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt head deep into the frontier as we discuss the latest Predator sequel, ‘Prey'. In this entry, a budding Comanche warrior goes up against one of the fiercest hunters in the universe. Can she take it down? And how much Mary Sue BS does the internet stir up this time? Then our Malick Marathon continues with ‘The Thin Red Line'. Malick's fictional story during the Guadalcanal Campaign in World War II. So how does it stack up against some of the more well-known war films like ‘Apocalypse Now', ‘Platoon', ‘Saving Private Ryan'…? There's the crowd rousing rundown of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. Matt and Chris then close out the show by coming up with their 5 Sequel Scenario Ideas! Where should a Predator pop up next? When would you put Pinhead?00:00-19:02: Intro/Prey19:03-32:56: Physical Media Picks32:57-43:40: The Thin Red Line43:41-56:02: 5 Sequel Scenarios56:03-57:38: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey

Woman in Revolt
E7 Teen Favorites: 'Tender Mercies'

Woman in Revolt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 67:41


"Tender Mercies" (1983) is about a former successful musician named Mac Sledge (Robert Duvall) who lost everything good in his life due to alcohol. When the film opens, he and a friend are staying in a motel, getting drunk and fighting while the proprietor, Rosa Lee (Tess Harper), and her young son, Carl (known as Sonny, played by Allan Hubbard), watch from their porch. When the friend skips out before paying the bill the next day, Mac offers to work for Rosa Lee in order to compensate for the room. She agrees, but tells him that he can't drink while he's working there. Thus begins Mac's slow streak of improving his life. He sticks with sobriety, marries Rosa Lee, and starts writing music again. It's the kind of movie that's not really plot-driven … more slice of life, at arm's length, character study about Mac's quiet redemption. Other highlights are Betty Buckley, who plays Mac's successful country star ex-wife, Dixie, and Ellen Barkin as Mac's estranged teen daughter, Sue Ann. The screenplay is written by Horton Foote, who won the best adapted screenplay Oscar for “To Kill a Mockingbird” in 1962. He also won a best original screenplay Oscar for “Tender Mercies” in 1983 and has a Pulitzer Prize for drama for his play, “The Young Man From Atlanta” and an Emmy for a TV adaptation of William Faulkner's “Old Man.” The director, Bruce Beresford (who we completely forgot to mention by name — sorry, Bruce), is probably best known for “Driving Miss Daisy” (1989), although my personal favorite film of his is “Double Jeopardy” (1999). Here are some things we mentioned during the episode and/or that we think you should check out: Norman K. Denzin's article in The Sociological Quarterly that provides a feminist close-reading of the film. Unfortunately, you need access to JSTOR to read it, but if you email me (lindsay@womaninrevolt.com), I can send you a copy. 1991 Robert Duvall interview on "Later with Bob Costas" 2002 Horton Foote interview at the Austin Film Festival Tess Harper presenting an award to Bruce Beresford at the 2010 Woodstock Film Festival Some interesting trivia: Duvall's only Oscar is for this film. He had been nominated for the following films (but did not win): “The Godfather” (1972), “Apocalypse Now” (1979), “The Great Santini” (1979), “The Apostle” (1997), “A Civil Action” (1998), and “The Judge” (2014). Duvall's contract stipulated that all of the songs had to be sung by him. “Over You,” the song Dixie performs at the Opry, was also nominated for an Oscar. Duvall wrote two of Mac's songs, "Fool's Waltz" and "I've Decided to Leave Here Forever.” Others were country classics and not written for the film. Universal Studio lost faith in the film after it performed poorly at test screenings. They also sort of ignored Willie Nelson's offers to promote the film. David Lynch was a contender for director at one point. Can you imagine this film with him at the helm? Actually, it probably would have been like “The Straight Story" (1999). The film was selected to screen in competition for the prestigious Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1983. Robert Duvall made his official cinema movie debut as Arthur "Boo" Radley in “To Kill a Mockingbird” (1962), whose screenplay was written by Horton Foote. Horton Foote and Duvall worked together on five projects: “TKAM,” William Faulkner's “Tomorrow” (1972), “Tender Mercies,” “The Midnight Caller” (play, 1958 debut), and “The Chase” (1966, based on his 1956 novel). Tess Harper and Bruce Beresford worked together on three films: “Tender Mercies,” “Crime of the Heart” (1986), and “Alibi” (1989).  Jeannine Oppewall was hired as art director. Beresford praised her as "absolutely brilliant," especially for her attention to very small details, "going from the curtains to the color of the quilts on the floors." It was Oppewall who named the motel Mariposa, Spanish for "butterfly," which symbolizes the spiritual resurrection Mac Sledge would experience there. Oppewall has four academy award nominations for best art direction:  "Seabiscuit" (2003), "LA Confidential" (1997), "Pleasantville" (1998), and "The Good Shepherd" (2006).

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!
Blood on the Tracks Episode 57: Unused Scores Part 1.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 62:38


Since film first began to have music accompanying it, be it played live in a theatre during the screening of a silent film, or just being part of the soundtrack of the film itself, as we are all familiar with today, scores have been written, recorded, and then thrown away, usually by directors and producers, for various reasons. This week Lee has decided to set foot on the tip of the iceberg that is unused film scores. He anticipates many more episodes on this topic to come in the future. --The Foraging & The Dawn of Man from "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968) --Alex North; Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith --Main Titles from "Chinatown" (1969) --Phillip Lambro --Suite & Rock Ballad from "The Exorcist" (1973) --Lalo Schifrin --Into the Jungle; Delta & Orange Light from "Apocalypse Now" (1979) --David Shire --The Morgue from "Wolfen" (1981) --Craig Safan --Main Titles from "Something Wicked this Way Comes" (1983) --Georges Delerue --Hellraiser Theme; The Hellbound Heart & Box Theme from "Hellraiser" (1987) --Coil Opening and closing music: Magic and Ecstasy from "Exorcist II: The Heretic" by Ennio Morricone, and The Shadow of the Killer from "Death Rage" by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis.

Wizard of Ads
My Favorite Francis

Wizard of Ads

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 6:24


I'm telling you up front that I'm not sharing anything valuable or useful today, but don't let that keep you from continuing.Today we're going to talk about 7 guys named Francis. Alan Lightman is not one of those 7 guys. Lightman is a past professor at Harvard and a current professor at MIT and a famous physicist who was responsible for establishing MIT's policy that requires all students to be trained in speaking and writingduring each of their four years as an undergraduate. Alan's father Richard Lightman was a movie theater owner who played a major role in desegregating movie theaters in the South in 1962. Richard taught Alan how to get things done and make a difference. In his book, A Sense of the Mysterious, Alan writes, “Not long ago, sitting at my desk at home, I suddenly had the horrifying realization that I no longer waste time.” After he wrote that sentence, he wrote an entire book titled, In Praise of Wasting Time. That's what you and I are doing right now. We are wasting time in a way that will invigorate you and cause you to think new and different thoughts. You are about to jump out of a deep rut in the road that has been your life.We are at the intersection of Monotony and Surprise. Are you ready to jump? Francis Scott Fitzgerald is the Francis we quote in the first hour of the 3-day Magical Worlds class at Wizard Academy. “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function.” Francis Ford Coppola gave us Apocalypse Now and The Godfather trilogy. Francis “Frank” Sinatra gave Indy Beagle the song “It Was a Very Good Year.” Indy told me he plans to share it with you in the rabbit hole. Sir Francis Drake was a contemporary of Shakespeare and an explorer and a pirate for England, and a seafaring thorn in the side of King Philip II of Spain, who offered a reward for his capture that would be nearly $9 million today. Queen Elizabeth gave Francis a knighthood. Francis “James” Cameron gave us Avatar and Titanic, the first and third highest-grossing films of all time, bringing in $2.85 billion and $2.19 billion respectively. Francis “Frank” Zappa was an iconic musician, composer, singer and songwriter whose work was characterized by nonconformity, free-form improvisation, musical virtuosity and the comedic satire of American culture. His kids are Dweezil, Moon Unit, Diva Muffin, and Ahmet Emuukha. Francis Bacon is my favorite Francis. Like Francis Drake, he was a contemporary of Shakespeare. Bacon was a statesman, a philosopher, and a master of the English tongue. After the death of Queen Elizabeth, Francis Bacon served as lord chancellor of England for King James I, for whom the 1611 King James translation of the Bible was named. These are some of my favorite memories of Francis Bacon:“The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.” “A dance is a measured pace, as a verse is a measured speech.” “Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact (man.)” “There is no excellent beauty that hath not some strangeness in the proportion.” “Nothing does more hurt in a state than when cunning men pass for wise.” “A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.” “Truth is so hard to tell, it sometimes needs fiction to make it plausible.” “The root of all superstition is that men observe when a thing hits, but not when it misses.” “Where philosophy is based on reason, faith is based on revelation, and is consequently irrational. The more discordant and incredible the divine mystery is, the more honor is shown to God in believing it, and the nobler is the victory of faith.” “But now we are to step back a little to that, which by premeditation we passed over, lest a breach should be made in those things that were so linked together.” If the...

5 Things
Wait, who said that? Your favorite quote probably isn't from the person you think

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 20:24 Very Popular


Most likely that favorite quote you've been throwing around didn't come from the person you thought. From the movie quote "Luke, I am your father" from Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back to the quote "golf is a good walk spoiled" by Mark Twain - Both incorrect by the way. Every generation misquotes in their own way. Some are just plain misquoted, while others are just remembered wrong (take that Star Wars quote for example. Darth Vader actually says "No, I am your father.")Fred Shapiro, lecturer and editor of the Yale Book of Quotations and The New Yale Book of Quotations has made it his business to study quotes and make sure they are correct. He sat down with the Team at 5 Things to talk quotes.He said our cultures today is geared more toward conciseness with snippets and soundbites. That people are less likely to read through a book or an argument. They want something shorter. Punchier. He said some of the misquoting comes from that mindset. He said movies quotes are very popular and often misquoted and condensed.But does it really matter if a person gets the gist of what is being said? Shapiro said it does matter.Don't believe us on some of the misquotes? Check it out for yourself.To see the clip from Apocalypse Now mentioned in the episode, click here.How about that Sarah Palin quote. Click here for her ABC News interview and click here for the Saturday Night Live sketch.Still not sure about former President Barrack O'bama misquoting Maya Angelou? Click here to watch the video.For Fred Shapiro's books click here and here.To follow James Brown on Twitter, click here.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Epsilon Theory Podcast
Epsilon Theory on Tape: Hollow Men, Hollow Markets, Hollow World

Epsilon Theory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 38:43


Over the past 25 years, our leaders have intentionally constructed an Apocalypse Now world of proclamation and fiat, where our wealth has grown much faster than our economy. The bill is due for their hubris, and inflation is here to collect it.

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
06-24-22 Segment 1 "I'm Not Doing No Prep"

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

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