1985 film by Robert Zemeckis
Ted Asregadoo and John Young go back to the future to spotlight their top five albums from 2001. This was a year of profound change in the world. Did it affect the kind of music that was being created at the time? The guys kind of grapple with that question as they revisit some albums that made an impact on them the year the iPod and iTunes made its debut.
Just like in the movie Back to the Future, if you could time travel, what would you tell the teenage version of you? Catch Charlie in the next episode as he tells all about what he wishes he knew when he was 18. From the right foods, supplementation, and training, he expresses eight points that could help you get in shape, be happy, and create an impact in your life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode we discuss if you could learn one thing from the government, how much you would pay to off someone, Fort Wayne staples, the deer park st pattys day tent ticket situation, will phones become mechanical robot people, Top 3 if you could time travel with Doc and Marty in the DeLorean, Dutt and Sker have the worst take on changing 9/11, Mortal locks, and Hot Take of the Week: Abercrombie, Hollister, American Eagle, Aeropostle takeover
BACK TO THE FUTURE. Part 1 – The Predictable In An Unpredictable World (Acts 1:1-11) Join us as we go back in time to uncover how our past shapes our future in the new message series, Back to the Future.
Where does our DeLorean take us this week? With Santos missing out on Wall Street, Freddie makes this film the next revisit. We also talk about James Bond, the Mexican version of Wall Street, and we cant tell time or do math. All this and more before heading Back to the Future. Join two Chicanos as they hop in their Delorean and travel Back in Time to revisit the movies, music, and moments of their past.
Will you start on offense, or on defense? What would you give up to play the Squid Game? That's the real question here! Before the games start, maybe you should grab your lightsaber or your Chucky doll and hit the playground to practice your moves. Red or blue, it's all up to you!The fall weather has settled in nicely and in this spoopy season the boys have gathered again around the computer screen... erm... the recording studio to discuss the past month of pop culture and they've got some great topics to share with you! After a well placed Back To The Future reference, they jump into the first topic, Star Wars Visions on Disney+. What did the boys think about this new anime style anthology series about the beloved Lucasfilms property and does it match up with what you thought? Chime in to let them know! From there the boys get cursed in the body of a Child's Play thing with Syfy's newest gay rights icon, Chucky! After that, the boys get ready to shed some tears with the help of Bob the Drag Queen, Shangela, and Eureka as they discuss the second season premiere of HBO's We're Here. Have you watched this season yet? Did you ugly cry or has your soul turned to ash? Let the boys know what you think of this new season on social media! Once the boys get back from a brief station identification they tackle the final topic of the month and it's one of (if not THE) top watched programs from Netflix, Squid Game! The boys dive into the premise, the dub versus sub debate, and whether or not any of the characters were redeemable throughout the show. Pat for sure has some thoughts and questions after binging the entirety of Squid Game in one day. Have you watched the show yet? What would you do for a second season of Squid Game if you were in charge? Sound off in the comments! As always, the boys close out the show with the things that are giving them life, their 1-UPs!Sit back and get ready to FLAME ON! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/flameon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Let's go Back to the Future! Michael Scott and George Costanza had a baby and his name is BRANDON BAXTER! Brandon hunts for PINK gear for ASTATE game and doesn't enjoy honest appraisals. When you have to feed your family two dinners. I Feel Good: Couple in their late 90's finally take wedding pictures. On average, men cry more than women. People love nachos! Join us for ASTATE football tonight!
On The Cloud Pod this week, Jonathan reveals his love for “Twilight.” Plus GCP kicks off Google Cloud Next and announces Google Distributed Cloud, and Azure admits to a major DDoS attack. A big thanks to this week's sponsors: Foghorn Consulting, which provides full-stack cloud solutions with a focus on strategy, planning and execution for enterprises seeking to take advantage of the transformative capabilities of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure. JumpCloud, which offers a complete platform for identity, access, and device management — no matter where your users and devices are located. This week's highlights
Michael & Morgan cut a little loose on FaceTime What are the 4Q's? Name your favorite films of all time (limit 3) Name a film you think is underrated Name a film you think is overrated Name a lesser-known film that you think people should seek out Michael Dailey and Morgan Lintz took home four awards from the Sherman Oaks Film Festival in 2019 with their feature film "Turner Risk." I knew the makers of this compelling, compassionately made film were going to have some great titles on their answers to the 4Qs and they did not disappoint. You should watch "Turner Risk" ASAP. It is a shining example of indie cinema done right. Find the film and learn all you need to know about it at PhenomenonFilmworks.com. Comments are blocked on this website. To discuss Discover Indie Film podcasts or TV episodes, visit the Facebook Page. You can listen to the podcast using the media player below or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, or Stitcher. Here are Michael's 4Qs answers: Favorites: North By Northwest, Lawrence of Arabia, Close Encounters of the Third Kind Underrated: Almost Famous Overrated: The Matrix Seek Out: The Silent Partner, The Window, The Changeling Here are Morgan's 4Qs answers: Favorites: Chinatown, Back to the Future, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park, Pan's Labyrinth Underrated: Temple of Doom, Under the Silver Lake, The Handmaiden & Stoker Overrated: Tree of Life, Foxcatcher Seek Out: Coherence Podcast
This 80s pop-rocker is best known for his vocals on chart-topping songs like "The Power of Love" and "The Heart of Rock and Roll" by the band Huey Lewis and The News. Singer Huey Lewis entertained audiences on stage and on the big screen with cameos in films like Back To The Future, but it wasn't an easy road to stardom. Tragedy struck when Lewis was diagnosed with Meniere's Disease in 2018 that threatened his music career. Learn more about his career and continued battle with hearing loss in this episode of Behind the Music. You'll also hear special interviews with Huey's fans and friends, Jimmy Kimmel and Topher Grace. For more on Huey Lewis, watch Behind the Music now streaming on Paramount+. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
We discuss why the Alkaline Trio show Jason went to last night was a disaster and another round of Are You Smarter Than Jason Dick. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Spanners & Matt join us once again in our "Science of" series, this time chatting Back to the Future. It became less of a science thing and more of a nostalgia thing as we went on. You can find Spanners & Matt over at www.missedapex.netAnd on Twitter as @spannersready and @ mattpt55Thanks for listening everyone
Franke Previte: Academy Award and Grammy award winning songwriter, singer, talks with Joseph about his early childhood, selling cars in his driveway to earn money and how (I've Had) The Time of My Life and Hungry Eyes were written and how they found their way in movie Dirty Dancing.
For decades, mankind has been enamored with the idea of flying cars -- we’ve seen them in movies, read about them in books, and longed to see them in the skies. The Back to the Future movies even showed highways in the skies in the year 2015, giving society three decades to make that a reality. Welp, 2015 came and went, and cars were all still very much on the ground. BUT we can finally say that change is right around the corner. In this episode, Ernest and Jolie speak to Madhu Bhabuta, CIO of Vertical Aerospace -- an innovative company working to put flying cars (or eVTOLs, as they’re called) into the sky by 2024 -- potentially changing the way we travel forever.
Nick is joined by David Herzog to discuss all things Back to The Future - as it's finally blasted its way into the Adelphi Theatre - and then join Nick and his friend Shawn live from the theatre (and the future) to hear their views. What will two theme park fans make of it?
Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. A moment on Biff, the Chicago Cubs and Back to the Future. A former Fresno City Council staff member convicted of domestic violence will undergo a diagnostic evaluation to see if he's a candidate for probation or if he should be sent to prison. Banksy's half destroyed painting sold for $24.5 million. Takei has some words about Shatner's trip to space. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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When you think about the iconic 80's movies, it's safe to say that MOST of the best 80's movies came out in 1984 and 1985. But this is too much for Dan and Larry to tackle alone so Mike the Voice Monkey joins the boys to try to make sense of these amazing movies from 1984 and 1985. And YES, we're all over the map on this one! Watch Our Recap Slideshow and Video Show Content at https://www.YouTube.com/poprockspodcast Our Facebook page @poprockspodcast Our Instagram is @poprockspodcast Our Email is email@example.com
this episode of the ROC podcast, Roc and Moses sit down to discuss the most current events today. Today's topics include: FOR THE BROTHERS UP NORTH : @beheardmovement , @atlasmediagroup(1:59) BACK TO THE FUTURE(4:39) WHY DO WE AVOID TOUGH CONVOS?(11:45) HOW DO YOU PREPARE FOR TOUGH CONVOS?(17:45) make sure SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW Instagram: @reachoverculture @realnameroc @mosesxchavez Podcast Link: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbGxxckNMdnpCcUNWb0hFVk9lU1ZjV3VKWW8tZ3xBQ3Jtc0ttZlJGOUtsMjI2UDktejZBYjNTWFBhemJqaXRKTUZxLWFBbkV4ODVYSmx1VExZMkNYLWhDNW1GS0diLXE3S3QyNHlRSjg5UmhVa21xcnFqbnVnYXRqSmtZTWE5VTdmb3dBWjJ2V1dFc1VsMXQ1Z2c1Yw&q=https%3A%2F%2Flinktr.ee%2Freachoverculture (https://linktr.ee/reachoverculture) Donate or Sponsor: $reachoverculture or firstname.lastname@example.org
THIS VOYAGE, the Treksperts, MARK A. ALTMAN (showrunner, Pandora; writer/producer The Librarians, Castle, Agent X) & DAREN DOCHTERMAN (visual effects supervisor, Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Director's Edition) continue their deep dive into the holy texts of Star Trek by dissecting the Deep Space Nine bible and how it set the template for the magnificent series to come. Following our analysis of the Next Generation bible, the Treksperts will take you back to the future. Back onboard is newly minted TREKSPERT ASHLEY E. MILLER (showrunner, DOTA: Dragon's Blood; screenwriter. Thor, X-Men-First Class) who examine the creation of a television legend and the paths taken and not taken on the edge of the final frontier. And we can live with it. New episodes of INGLORIOUS TREKSPERTS available every Friday. And don't miss our in-depth curated episode audio commentaries on TREKSPERTS BRIEFING ROOM every Saturday wherever you listen to podcasts. Learn all that is learnable about Star Trek in Mark A. Altman & Edward Gross' THE FIFTY-YEAR MISSION, available in hardcover, paperback, digital and audio from St. Maritn's Press. And if you're a James Bond fan, don't miss NOBODY DOES IT BETTER, in hardcover, paperback, digital and audio from Forge Books. And don't miss SECRETS OF THE FORCE, the definitive unauthorized, uncensored oral history of STAR WARS, now available in hardcover, digital and audio!! Follow Inglorious Treksperts and Treksperts Briefing Room at @inglorioustrek on Twitter, Facebook and at @inglorioustreksperts on Instagram. THIS FALL'S ELECTRIC SURGE PODCAST LINE-UP available wherever you listen to podcasts and streaming on the free Electric Now app! Monday: Best Movies Never Made Thursday: The 4:30 Movie (Season Five Coming This Fall) NEW DAY! Wednesday: The Rebel & The Rogue Friday: Inglorious Treksperts With Mark A. Altman & Daren Dochterman Saturday Mornings: Cartoon Barroom w/ Ashlely & Steve Saturday Night: Treksperts Briefing Room Leverage: Redemption AfterShow (streaming exclusively on video on Electric Now) #StarTrek #TOS #TAS #TNG #DS9 #VOY #ENT #DISCO #PICARD #LLAP #comics #IDW #Marvel #DC #GoldKey #Discovery #DeepSpaceNine #STTMP #StarWars #CaptainPike #StrangeNewWorlds #55YearTour #casting #ST55 #StarTrek55 #TheCage #StrangeNewWorlds #SNW #Sisko During the pandemic, we are still recording remotely and not in the studio. As a result, the quality of the audio may not be up to our usual high standards. We trust you will nursemaid us through these difficulties. Please stay healthy and safe... and keep on Trekkin' - ingloriously, of course!
A Show for Veterans ... from Veterans. This week, Cal & Tom talk with Nick DeMario from Ed's Seafood Shed on the rebuilding efforts ... also Lou Artique from the South Alabama Veteran's Council ... and Tom's Tirade - "Back To The Future".
Joseph met Diana at a SAG-AFTRA workshop and have been friends since. Diana is an actor, voice actor and producer. Known for her recurring roles on "The Young and the Restless" and "Days of Our Lives", she has also done a number of TV Commercials. She began working in Group ADR in 2010, on "Eureka", and has been heard on "Alphas", "Defiance", "Code Black", "Quantico", "Midnight Texas", "Into The Dark" and more. The daughter of an avionics mechanic from Sri Lanka and a Danish mother, Diana's unusual ethnic background has granted her a strong sense of culture. Her love of travel began at a young age and she's been to over 30 countries. www,dianalansleen.com
Charlie finally gets into a fight with a kid at a playground over a tunnel, the guys wonder what it would be like to reboot Back to the Future in 1991, and there may be a new contender for the world's biggest horse...STUFF WE TALKED ABOUTThe PurgeGeorge Michael - Freedom 90Everybody Dance NowVoice of Freedom - Freedom WilliamsPhantom - The Tallest Horse?SUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchYouTubeFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonCharlie Clausen
The absolute foundation of leadership is a powerful positive mindset, and it needs to start on day one. What comes to mind when you hear the word “mindset?” If you feel like mindset isn't important, and you're impatient to get to the tactics, the “good stuff,” then this episode is for you. Co-hosts Richard Lindner and Jeff Mask reflect back on the days when they first started working together. Jeff introduced an exercise called “positive focus” and Richard wanted to skip it and move right to the solution to his problem. He quickly learned that, if you don't start by fixing the problem of mindset, then every solution is a temporary band-aid. In this episode, we'll walk through mindset and positive focus, then move into some tactical suggestions for your first day, week, and months leading a new team. Why Mindset and Positive Focus Are So Important At the start of Richard's first coaching session with Jeff, Jeff said, “Let's start out with your positive focus.” Richard remembers thinking, “Better yet, why don't you help me?” He really wanted to skip all the woowoo juju stuff and didn't understand why Jeff was making him do it. Richard said, “I don't know, man. I got nothing.” And Jeff said, “Well, I guess we're just going to sit here then. There's something good, and we're going to find it.” Fast forward to today when they start off every weekly leadership meeting with positive focus, and Richard believes in it wholeheartedly. Jeff knows a lot of people can relate to Richard's initial skepticism. Mindset can seem touchy-feely and unnecessary when there are difficult business problems to solve. Jeff takes people back to the second Back to the Future movie when Doc Brown creates the time space continuum on the chalkboard and says “this is where we've been, and this is where we are.” He tells Marty that, when he went back in time, he changed something, and now there's a new time space continuum, another 1985. When we don't start our meetings, our thoughts, from a place of positivity, we're on a time space continuum that isn't healthy because we're thinking what we're fearful and frustrated about. The highest part of our brain isn't functioning. We're in the bad 1985. When you reframe and refocus your brain on the positive, you start to exercise the higher-level functioning of your brain, the aspects that enable you to problem solve, learn, and create. We're wired as humans to be thinking more in the survival state, which is owned by the brain stem, the oldest part of our brain. When we try to solve problems from that part of our brain, we don't get great outcomes. Contrast that with the prefrontal lobes, the part that's responsible for learning, adapting, creating, problem-solving, leadership. When we use that part of our brain, we hack ourselves to a higher level to get to a much deeper, better outcome. Jeff says at the beginning of every meeting, “Let's hack our brains.” A Simple Exercise to Realign Your Team's Mindset Leadership is not about protecting yourself. It's about growing others, aligning others, and building a cohesive team. If you put yourself first, none of that works. If we understand the science behind it, understand the need for mindset, what is a simple exercise we can go through to realign our mindset? Jeff recommends starting with a level one exercise. The question is simple: What are you grateful for in your life today? At the beginning of a meeting, you just go around the room and give everyone a chance to answer that question. The level two question is this: What is something in your business that you're excited about or grateful for? Encourage people to get super specific, add detail, paint a visual image. This starts to evoke emotion, which releases oxytocin and serotonin, good stuff in the brain that fuels you to solve big problems. Give people time and space to think if they need it. If someone gives the copout, “I can't think of anything,” say, “We'll wait.” Who starts? Jeff believes it's powerful when the leader starts and shows some vulnerability first. And how long should it take? Five minutes is good—no more than 10% of the meeting time or people feel like they're not getting traction. The only caveat is when the team needs healing for whatever reason, when you need to create a bond and trust. How Do I Start Leading a Team? How do we take a great mindset into leading a team? Maybe it's your first time, or maybe you've led before but now you're leading your peers. What do you do the first day, the first week, the first month? Richard says, for him, the first day is all about introductions and information. He used to think it was all about power and authority, making sure everyone knew he was in charge and was there to fix all the problems. He suffered from arrogance, assuming there was no intelligence or great ideas before he got there. Jeff taught him to make it about others, not himself, to ask, “What do people need to know, think, or feel?” The first day is 10% about Richard, 90% about this team. He has them fill out a team member profile with easy questions that give him insight into who they are. (Favorite snack? Restaurant? Hobby? Have a pet? A partner?) Jeff likes to ask, “What do you like most about your job? What's frustrating about your job?” He'll say, “I'll share just a little bit about myself, but I really want to get to know you.” He gets personal, so they see him as open and vulnerable—and a whole person. He tells them how long he's been married, about his kids, that he loves to surf and accomplish crazy things. He also shares some weaknesses, because he doesn't want to give off the vibe that he's perfect, because he's not, and he likes that he's not. He likes the joy of learning and growing and failing. Right from the get go, he sets the precedent that failing is fun, something everyone can learn/grow from. Whatever your leadership style is, make sure you start communicating that right away. If you're not a “my door's always open” person, then make sure no one expects that. The Value of a Keep-Start-Stop Exercise By the end of that first week Richard likes to do a Keep-Start-Stop exercise where you ask everyone these three questions: What should we keep doing (or do even more of)? What should we start doing (that hasn't been greenlit)? What should we stop doing (because it's taking too much time or isn't having the desired effect or is bad for the company, the customer, or the team)? When you frame things like that, you're telling people you hear them. After you get that information from them, your job is to attack it with curiosity, to figure out if it's good for the company. Give them subtle lessons in presenting a business case. You think we should do more of this? Why? What stats are you using? How is it affecting overall company goals? What if you had more resources? Why do you think we should stop doing this? Why are we still doing it? Get Into a Leadership Rhythm In that first week, it's important to start the rhythm of when will I be doing what? When will I meet weekly with my team one on one? When will I hold the weekly meeting? When will I review different dashboards and stats? Get into a cadence, because leadership can feel sporadic and urgent. If you're not careful and don't discipline how you'll manage time, time will manage you. Be intentional about when you want to do what. Block out time for people, preparation, and proactive measures. Human beings like consistency. We're not talking about structuring every minute of every day, especially not for creative people. But even creative people like to have consistency so they know expectations and they're prepared. On that first day, seek to know. They know you; you know them. First week: make people feel heard. Understand what they're thinking about in their role professionally and also set expectations for what the average day/week/month looks like. Then the rest of the month is all about professional alignment. Sit down with each person and look at their job description. Does this accurately represent what you do? How are you measured? What are you responsible for? Get it all aligned, accurate, up-to-date. Get clarity. The next episode is a mini-one where Jeff will answer the question: How do I make sure there's clarity and everyone knows what winning looks like? Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. Have feedback on the show? Topics you'd like them to dive into? Things that resonated with you or that you disagreed with? Email them here: email@example.com OTHER SHOWS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: Business Lunch with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss Perpetual Traffic with Ralph Burns and Kasim Aslam DigitalMarketer Podcast with Jenna Snavely
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss Michael J. Fox. We wanted to make a "Forward to the Past" pun here, but that's already an actual episode title from 'Back to the Future: The Animated Series' so just listen in for more jokes, show facts and fun times.
The Flies kicked off Season 10 this week with a recap of some of our favorite episodes from last year. Revisiting interviews with Jenny Durkan (Mayor of Seattle), Julie Pace (Associated Press Executive Editor), Sarah Rogers (former Chief of Staff to Rep. Patrick Meehan), Faiz Shakir (Campaign Manager, Bernie Sanders' 2020 campaign), Hilary Franz (WA State Commissioner of Public Lands), and former Congressman Charles Djou (HI-01), we discussed lessons learned from the pandemic, elections, and more. Enjoy this jam-packed, laughter-filled episode featuring the entire Pod team!
July 3rd, 1985 - a day that a little time travel movie produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Robert Zemeckis called Back to the Future was released to the public. This podcast will dive into the world of BTTF, and discuss the movies, characters, and behind-the-scenes details on one of the greatest trilogies of all time. So buckle in, make sure your flux capacitor is fluxing, and enjoy the 88 mile per hour adventure of the Back to the Future trilogy. Pre-Order the "Back from the Future" paperback with expanded material! Amazon- https://bit.ly/BackFromTheFutureBook Bookshop- https://bit.ly/BackFromTheFuturebook Barnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/BackFromtheFutureBook Mango- https://bit.ly/BackfromTheFutureBook Chapters indigo- https://bit.ly/BackFromThefutureBook Tolkan is known for his role in the 1985 film Back to the Future as the strict Hill Valley High School assistant principal, Gerald Strickland; the character refers to Marty McFly, his father, and Biff Tannen derisively as "slackers". He reprised the role in the 1989 sequel Back to the Future Part II, in which unnamed gang members make a drive-by assault on him in a dystopian 1985; he also refers to these criminals as "slackers" as he shoots back. In 1990, he played the part of Mr. Strickland's grandfather Chief Marshal James Strickland in Back to the Future Part III. Tolkan would again reprise his role as Strickland in addition to playing his character's ancestors and descendants in the 1991 animated series spin-off. Other well-known roles include an FBI agent in WarGames and Stinger, the no-nonsense commanding officer of USS Enterprise's embarked carrier air wing in the 1986 box-office hit Top Gun. He portrayed the role of cold and determined District Attorney Polito in Sidney Lumet's Prince of the City. He also appeared in the 1987 film Masters of the Universe as Detective Lubic. He had a dual role in the Woody Allen comedy Love and Death, playing both Napoleon and a look-alike. He also appeared as Big Boy Caprice's accountant "Numbers" in the 1990 Warren Beatty film Dick Tracy. He appeared in Serpico (1973) in a small but notable role as a cop who loudly accuses Officer Serpico of having a gay encounter with another cop in the men's room. Tolkan has also made guest appearances on many TV shows, including Naked City, Remington Steele, Miami Vice and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. A member of the repertory cast of A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001–02), he played more than a dozen varied roles in the A&E TV series and also directed two episodes ("Die Like a Dog" and "The Next Witness"). Buy the BACK FROM THE FUTURE Book. Back to the Future: The Podcast is produced and presented by Brad Gilmore, and is not affiliated with the Back to the Future franchise. This show is meant for entertainment and documentary purposes only, and does not intend to infringe on any copyrights of Universal Pictures, Back to the Future, or any of its characters, clips or music. Brad Gilmore expresses views and statements which represent that of the hosts and the guests of the program alone. The statements made on this program are in no way intended to represent views of any other organization affiliated with the hosts or guests and in no way represent the views of the sponsors.
This week I went to the theatre to see 'Back to the Future the Musical' and decided to record an episode of the SpielbergPod to gather my thoughts on the show (Please note- I make it clear when I'm getting into 'spoiler territory', in case you are thinking of going to see the show).
It's Popzara's Movie Time! Podcast!, where our own movie nerds Ethan Brehm and Nate Evans take you on an unscripted journey yakking and chatting about some of their favorite movie moments and cinematic scenes, from past and present, presented without snark and snobbery for your listening pleasure. On deck for this episode is a trilogy of films that need no introduction - but they'll get one anyway: we're talking about the groundbreaking, crowd-pleasing, genre-defining (and genre-defying) Back to the Future Trilogy of blockbuster movie magic.
Miss Heard does her first Corey Hart misheard song lyric on his iconic 80's hit “Sunglasses At Night”. This song touches so many including the Netflix popular show called “Stranger Things” and he has connections to the movies “Back to the Future, Beverly Hills Cop 2, and many others. You can listen to all our episodes at our website at: https://pod.co/miss-heard-song-lyrics or iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and many more platforms under Podcast name “Miss Heard Song Lyrics” #missheardsonglyrics #missheardsongs #missheardlyrics #misheardsonglyrics #misheardsongs #misheardlyrics #coreyhart #sunglassesatnight #neversurrender #martymcfly #backtothefuture #strangerthings #davidduchovney #riskybusiness #raybans https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunglasses_at_Night https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corey_Hart_(singer) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammy_Award_for_Best_New_Artist#1980s https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Hill https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Much_(TV_channel)
Bill Schnee is an internationally renowned producer, engineer, and mix master. He has received over 125 gold and platinum records and more than 50 Top 20 singles that run the gamut from Barbra Streisand to The Jacksons, Rod Stewart to Steely Dan, and Whitney Houston to Dire Straits. This is my conversation with Bill about his journey and his art. Check out Bill's new book: Chairman at the Board: Recording the soundtrack of a Generation
It's the question that has stumped philosophers and scientists for years: How do George and Lorraine McFly not realize that their son is the same Marty from 1955? In this essay—I mean episode—I look at several key points that show how it's impossible for them not to realize that their son is the same Calvin Klein/Marty from the past. We look at some of the obvious points (THEY NAMED THEIR SON MARTY!) but also issues involving George's book, clothing, first loves, and a specific moment that includes the entire town. I also discuss the fan theory of why Biff is still working for the McFly family 30 years later. Show Notes: Back to the Future Plot Hole Support the Show: patreon.com/80s
This week JK caught up with Bob Gale - the co-writer of one of the greatest movies of all time - Back To The Future! Great Scott! Find out more about the Back To The Future musical here - www.backtothefuturemusical.com Listen and subscribe to Don't Tell Your Mum now on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts. Twitter/Insta/ FB @jkjasonking @thedadsnet www.heart.co.uk www.thedadsnet.com
Read 'SYS Podcast Episode 400 – The Spin In The Story' at http://www.SellingYourScreenplay.com. In this, very special 400th episode of The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast Ashley Scott Meyers and Richard Finney analyze storytelling techniques. Some of the popular movies and television shows they study as examples include Back To The Future, The Shawshank Redemption, Alien, […]
For a fleeting moment in the 1990's, Term Limits was passed and imposed on the U.S. Congress. After being overturned by the controversial U.S. Term Limits vs. Thornton supreme court ruling, how does the initiative hold up today? Also, the German Development Institute discusses presidential term limits ||| Weekly term limits variety podcast hosted by Philip Blumel and Nick Tomboulides of U.S. Term Limits
Welcome to the place where I get to let my geek flag fly and talk about all things geek. Basically a fuzzy guide to life, the universe, and everything but mostly geek stuff. This is where I look into the world of geekdom and some geek news, comics, The Simpsons, Star Wars, and whatever randomness finds its way onto the recording. This level of the podcast includes: Warner Bros rebooting The Lost Boys Carl Sagan's views on Star Wars Trailer for Muppets Haunted Mansion – Oct 8 Thor: Love and Thunder crew hat evokes Owen Hart's heel logo The Witcher Season 2 trailer – Dec 17 Pics from Harry Potter store in NYC Quantic Dream developing a Star Wars game International Podcast Day post Trailer for Hulu's Hit Monkey – Nov 17 Trailer for Netflix's Night Teeth – Oct 20 Netflix buys the Roald Dahl estate to make TV, movies, games, and more Injustice Red Band trailer Disney+ Day announcement with Boba Fett, Shang-Chi, Jungle Cruise, Jeff Goldblum, Simpsons, and more Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore – April 15, 2022 The Orville Season 3 on Hulu – Mar 10, 2022 Vans x Horror collection Disney lawsuit woes continue vs estates of creators Legendary doing a Heathcliff feature film and TV series MGM teaming with WWE to bring back American Gladiators Paramount+ doing a Teen Wolf revival film Alex Ross draws Danny DeVito as a young Wolverine House of the Dragon HBO series lots of dragons in 2022 Jamie Foxx writing his own version of Misery based off a personal fan encounter J. Michael Straczynski rebooting Babylon 5 for the CW Danny wants Pokemon Go friends Prop Store auctioning props from Star Wars, Blade Runner, Terminator, Spider-Man, Back to the Future, and more Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind roller coaster at Epcot in 2022 Disney comes to terms over Black Widow lawsuit Umbrella Academy Season 3 in 2022 Puma shoes for The Suicide Squad Nic Cage's Willy's Wonderland is on Hulu Ohio haunted house scare actor injures young guest Fuzzballs Tarkovsky fans See show on AppleTV+ with Jason Momoa Release of voice actors for Illumination's Super Mario Bros animated movie Cowboy Bebop live action opening Nintendo confirms Donkey Kong area for park in Japan First Look at Netflix's Sandman The Book of Boba Fett streaming announcement – Dec 29 Graham Norton interview with Mark Hamill Raimi Spider-Man joke about chicken nuggies Sung Kang lets slip big Obi-Wan info Marcia Lucas and the sequel trilogy Lucasfilm exec not worried about Star Wars oversaturation Fans lobby for Lucy Lawless to replace Gina Carano Diego Luna teases familiar faces in the Andor show Hasbro releases a George Lucas Black Series figure for Lucasfilm 50thAnniversary Mark Hamill comes out to praise the prequels Finn on Disney+? AMC's Interview With the Vampire series will be faithful to Anne Rice but also have changes Anthony Mackie calls out Marvel's lack of diversity behind the camera Ms. Marvel pushed back to 2022, maybe in February Tom Holland reportedly wants 20 mil for continuing to be Spidey Melissa Joan Hart to return for Sabrina's Teenage Witch show Picard trailer - Feb 2022 Congrats on completing Level 263 of the podcast! Think positive, test negative, stay safe, wash your hands, wear a mask, and good luck out there. f you feel so inclined, drop a positive rating or comment on those apps. Ratings help others find the madness. Tell your friends, geekery is always better with peers. Thank YOU for being a part of this hilarity! May the force be with us all, thanks for stopping by, you stay classy, be excellent to each other and party on dudes! TTFN… Wookiee out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/support
Astrology forecast for October 2-8 Chris and Almie talk about how we currently have six retrograde planets and how that could lead to some deep introspection in our lives, and we might very well be reviewing our relationships—both personal and business. Chris tells listeners that Wednesday, October 6th might be an especially charged day since it's the day Pluto goes direct and could lead to power struggles. Chris encourages everyone to take advantage of the lighter side of Libra season and gives everyone the heads up that Venus will be entering Sagittarius October 7th, which will bring some much-needed fire to the zodiac, as currently there are no planets in fire signs. In “Ask A Scorpio”, Chris asks Almie what her favorite Michael J. Fox movie is (not including the “Back to the Future” movies.) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/almie/message
Shell-shocked by the images and sounds that followed you home into the night, you open your front door and are greeted by the gentle moonlight pouring into your window. You call out, but there is no response. Eyeing the surroundings, the curtains dance with the brisk night air, but then you wonder – did someone leave the window open? As you walk to the sliding glass door, the faint sounds of sprinklers coating the field behind your home is a welcome escape from the sirens, shrieks, and terror that has recently flipped your world upside down. Yet, you stop just before reaching the door as a pit forms at the bottom of your stomach – why is the door open, and why is no one home? Lynne Ramsay's 2011 psychological drama, We Need to Talk About Kevin, is composed of a myriad of memories and trauma that spells disaster for those caught within it. Shocking yet serene imagery backed by a sublime score, this film places the viewer in a front row seat to the unveiling of generational trauma on-screen. Filled with ambivalence and difficult discussions surrounding nature versus nurture, this story is best experienced when diving headfirst into the dark pools of its subject matter. With special thanks to a recurring guest and friend of the show, who also happened to pick the movie for this episode, Ashley Briglia. As always, we thank you all for listening and we hope you enjoy the discussion. Where to watch: Hulu (Stream in the US) YouTube (Rent or Buy) Amazon (Rent or Buy) iTunes (Rent or Buy) Instagram: @lefilmpodcast Twitter: @lefilmpod Send us questions, feedback, and film recommendations at: firstname.lastname@example.org 2:50 Catching up on films and television (Sopranos, Ted Lasso, Rick & Morty, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Back to the Future) 4:08 Jumping on the bandwagon and filling the void with Mr. Robot 5:15 Refusing to finish Breaking Bad 8:18 Going back to the beginning to finish what you started (Mr. Robot) 10:19 The build up to the finale of the Sopranos 11:39 Watching Ted Lasso and the animated series Spawn, Youtube Channel Dead Meat 15:03 Rewatching favorite films such as School of Rock, Almost Famous, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Little Miss Sunshine, The Goonies, St. Elmo's Fire, We Need to Talk About Kevin 16:45 School of Rock and its influence on personal music and fashion choices 18:10 The cathartic nature of watching Eternal Sunshine 18:50 Rewatchable comedies such as Tenacious D, Old School, Anchorman 19:25 Not being a huge fan of Will Ferrell as a leading actor 21:30 Finally watching and recommending Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 22:30 Favorite part about living in Los Angeles and the coronavirus craze 24:24 Ye ho-geun Anio (yes or no): Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Morpheus in Matrix Resurrections, George Miller casting Anya Taylor-Joy in a Mad Max prequel, Andrew Garfield & Tobey Maguire potentially appearing in Spider-man: No Way Home 35:50 Denis Villeneuve's stance on marvel films 39:30 Excitement for Denis Villeneuve's Dune 41:02 Lynne Ramsey's We Need to Talk About Kevin Review 1:15:04 Ratings 1:21:44 We Need to Talk About Kevin Spoilers Discussion
The bully always seems superior until the ones being bullied swing back and stop the bully in their tracks. One of my favorite movies, Back to the Future shows Marty's dad who was always afraid and ended up getting his arm twisted by Biff and eventually found the grit to swing back and knock Biff straight out. The pendulum is about to swing back and for those complacent, complicit, or cheering on this bully mentality that is sweeping the globe you'll wish you had never sided with the bully in the first place. For those who feel bullied, I want to remind you that you are strong, sovereign, strategic and safe. Adjust accordingly and do not cower. To those bullying know this - eventually even the Germans after WWII were ashamed of not speaking out, and the rhetoric of, “just doing my job,” or “I didn't know,” or “I thought it was for the greater good,” or “Public health trumps freedom of choice,” will be found on the wrong side of history and history will not be blind. Live and let live. The Bill of Rights are for all! Wake up EVERYONE! The wolf has convinced you that it's eating you for your own good, when in reality it's only for its own food.