This episode's close read of The Woman in Me covers chapters 15-17. We discuss the backlash Britney faced following Cry Me a River, as well as her 'street brawl' with Colin Farrell, social anxiety, her time in New York, working with Madonna, the In the Zone era, the infamous Diane Sawyer interview, and conclude with her Vegas marriage & annulment.
The boys are talking the film Daredevil from 2003 starring Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Michael Clark Duncan, & Colin Farrell. But first, is Cody the quickest gun in the west? Is he going to be come the next big wrestling commentator? Is he the next WWE ring announcer? Did the director of Daredevil also direct Grumpy Old Men? Has there been a cult like resurgence of fandom for the movie? Did this movie make us want to actually read more Daredevil? Does Jon Favreau age? Is this peak Ben Affleck jawline? Is Anthony the most like Kingpin because he's from the Bronx? Is Frank Miller's, Brian Michael Bendis, & Mark Waid's run on Daredevil really good? Does this movie pay homage to the Daredevil comics? Does the movie not know whether it wants to be dark and gritty or comic book cheesy? Does Christopher Nolan steal from daredevil? Would Joe Pantoliano's Ben Urich have been better if it was Ralph Cifaretto? Does Anthony like Daredevil more than Super Mario Bros with Bob Hoskins? Does Anthony relate to Matt Murdock because of his Catholic guilt? Does Cody Cannon bankroll Comics And Chronic? Is Bullseye in Jake's top 20 villains? Does Jake like throwing knives because of Bullseye? Does Evan Essence's soundtrack hold up? What are the links between The Sopranos and Daredevil? Was Daredevil an emotional little bitch? Could Paemon the demon from Hereditary be Daredevil? Was the MCU better when we first started the podcast? Is the MCU nosediving? Is it DC'a time to rise? Is Daredevil one of Anthony's horcruxes? Does our commie Booms know his Cereal mascot lore? Do we finally figure out who the werewolf from Mark Russell's Cereal is? Tune in Thursday for the answers and more. Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ComicsandChronic Check out our website: https://www.comicsandchronic.com/ New episodes every THURSDAY Follow us on social media! Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @comicsnchronic YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC45vP6pBHZk9rZi_2X3VkzQ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cody Twitter: @Cody_Cannon Instagram: @walaka_cannon TikTok: @codywalakacannon Jake Instagram: @jakefhaha Anthony Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @mrtonynacho YouTube: youtube.com/nachocomedy
Und hier die zweite Hälfte unserer Besprechung von The Batman. Ronny und Micha nehmen sich den Rest der Handlung vor und ranken den Film natürlich auch. Außerdem: Alles über Patrick Parker. Und nächste Woche feiern wir den vierten Geburtstag von Movigilantes mit Across the Spider-Verse!
This week Kelli and Troy talk about one of their favorite Hollywood bad boys Colin Farrell. If you forgot about the Colin craze that swept the nation in the early 2000s don't worry, your hosts didn't! From the cigarette always loosely hanging from his mouth to his tape, this man made his mark on Hollywood in more ways than one. So pour yourself a Guinness (or don't) and get ready for the super weird blind item life of Colin Farrell. This episode has three incredible sponsors! Draftkings, Fum, & Better Help! Download the DraftKings Casino app NOW, sign up with promo code BLINDS, and new customers get a deposit match up to ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS in casino credits when you deposit $5 or more! Join Füm in accelerating humanity's breakup from destructive habits by picking up the Journey Pack today. Head to TryFum.com and use code BLINDS to save 10% off when you get the Journey pack today. Visit BetterHelp dot com slash BLINDS today to get 10% off your first month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's Anne and Damian, bitch. With SAG still on strike, we're back with another “just us” episode. We're breaking down Britney Spears' new memoir The Woman Inside Me and Michelle Williams' performance in the audio book. That, plus we pledge our allegiance to the Backstreet Boys, discuss whether Gloria Stuart deserved an Oscar over Kim Basinger, and Anne berates Damian for not getting on The Morning Show wagon. Next episode we're doing listener Q&As. Slide into our DMs. Follow us on social media: @youmightknowherfrom || @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week: Zombie clause in AMPTP current offer Kylie Minogue Vegas tix we're $$$$ Celine Dion and Olivia Newton-John in Vegas were formative Britney Spears' The Woman Inside Me, read by Michelle Williams is excellent Britney on Paula Cole read by Michelle is so meta (Dawson's Creek theme) She was friends with Natalie Portman and threw a New Year's party with her at some point Britney and Colin Farrell had a two week affair Elliot Page's memoir Pageboy is a juicy read We are Backstreet Boys all the way Michelle doing Justin saying “Fo shiz fo shiz” Chris Kirkpatrick from *NSYNC had box braids Taylor Hanson has 5 kids (omg no it's 7!!) Zac has 5 and Isaac has 3 Hanson's music video with Gloria Stuart “River” Lookout Anne can play “I Will Come to You” on the piano Kim Basinger beat Gloria Stuart for the 1997 Oscar Kim had panic attacks The Door in the Floor (Kim Basinger) vs Message in a Bottle (Robin Wright) John Irving book Damian hates movies based on a song titles: Message in a Bottle Love Potion #9 My Love Don't Cost a Thing Can't Buy Me Love Anne hates The Police (ACAB) Please dear god watch The Morning Show Gugu Mbatha Raw may or may not still be on it Adina Porter (former YMKHF guest) plays Jen's assistant and never comes back Show bibles are important. Persia White (former YMKHF guest) said they had one for The Vampire Diaries Our DMs are open for Q&A!!! Paula Cole loooks great! Golden Bachelor Gerry is disgusting Ed Harris, James Naughton, Dick Van Dyke (old men we'd fuck) Gerry sounds like Will Ferrell
Oops!…We did it again. It's the sequel to our blockbuster Britney Spears episode—and this one's even more toxic. In part deux, we get in the zone with K-Fed's musical stylings, Colin Farrell's animalistic sexual energy, her Vegas wedding, and why Adderall girls are more annoying than drunk girls. Gimme (even) More!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Das letztes Jahr nach mehreren Verschiebungen endlich erschienene Batman-Reboot mit Robert Pattinson als Bruce Wayne ist ein ziemliches Meisterwerk, und wir können endlich darüber in diesem Podcast reden! Der Film geht allerdings auch beinahe drei Stunden (vier Minuten mehr, dann wäre diese Marke geknackt gewesen), und eine einzelne Episode hier wäre entweder zu lang geworden, oder wir hätten die Diskussion drastisch abkürzen müssen, und das wäre wiederum der beeindruckenden Leistung von Cast und Crew nicht gerecht geworden. Darum gibt es heute erst mal die erste Hälfte der Unterhaltung zwischen Ronny und Micha. Wenn wir mit dem Schneiden wie geplant voran kommen, können wir die zweite Hälfte heute oder morgen schon auf Patreon veröffentlichen, und nächste Woche reichen wir den Teil dann auch hier im regulären Feed nach. Wir bitten um Verständnis. Die Diskussion zwischen Dennis und Micha über den ersten Trailer für The Batman hatten wir damals hier geführt: https://movigilantes.blogspot.com/2020/09/bonus-2-batman-talk.html
...like Britney at the end of part 1 of "The Woman In Me," Molly Mulshine & Sara Armour pick-it back up and try to move on after Justin Timberlake's abortion concert … Part 2 includes: Justin Timberlake's unjust solo album JUSTIFIED and "Cry Me a River" scandal, Felicia Culotta, Britney's secret New York era, living in Cher's former apartment, kissing and collaborating with Madonna, the Diane Sawyer interview, the Colin Farrell affair, the ungrateful b*tch Jamie Lynn, her comedy marriage to Jason Alexander, the devolution of the relationship with brother Bryan Spears, and finally how she all but blacks-out until she find's herself in in arms of "private person" Kevin Federline.PLUS: Leo Madonna vs Sag Britney energy + Britney's Cancer North Node / South node in actionJoin the Patreon!Patreon.com/SpaceTrashPodcastJOIN THE MOONUAL: NEXT MOON PARTY 10/28 9PM EST!Follow @TheMoonual for upcoming events Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
WAWD Squad! It's your host Levi McCurdy back with another hilarious episode of the What Are We Doing podcast. Thanks for tuning in and showing some love! This week I'm coming at you live in my butter costume because I'm on a roll with the podcast! Got the boy dressed up as Luigi and my dog Lou Bug rockin' a makeshift Jeff Bezos outfit. We're going big for Halloween this year! But enough goofing around - let's get to the juice! First up, I've gotta dish about Taylor Swift's new romance with NFL stud Travis Kelce. Seeing them together has me shipping harder than Amazon Prime! Get this - Kelce's stats show he averages 99 yards when Taylor attends his games, but only 46 yards when she's absent. Talk about a playoff performance boost! As much as I love Tayvis (yeah, I'm trying to make it happen), Tay's rigorous touring schedule has me worried. Can Kelce's bod handle Swifty's dance routines after his Sunday scrimmages? Not to mention her ex-lover Harry Styles – pretty boy was more concerned with playing dress-up in Taylor's wardrobe than heating up the sheets, if you know what I mean. But enough about Taylor's love life - let's talk about the woman, the myth, the legend herself - Britney Spears! Her new memoir has me gagging with some piping hot tea. Who knew she secretly locked lips with JT during a Mickey Mouse Club sleepover? And her steamy fling with Colin Farrell? Just wild stuff! Of course, I've got plenty of thoughts on the conservatorship drama too. It's clear Jamie Spears abused his power as Britney's father and manager. The whole thing crushed Brit's soul and robbed her creativity, even as the cash rolled in. I'm telling you, that man deserves serious consequences for exploiting his own daughter! Alright WAWD Squad, this next story has me scheming up business ideas with magician Max Major. Ya'll heard of McKamey Manor? It's an extreme haunted house that terrifies people using hypnosis instead of actual torture. Genius! Max and I should open our own hypno-house to traumatize and get rich! I'm seeing dollar signs baby! Okay, switching gears to a viral first date list that's got me firing up hot takes. Who says Applebee's and Olive Garden are off-limits for date #1? Grab those unlimited breadsticks and let the romance flow! But you know I stand firm on hitting the Cheesecake Factory. A first date there proves our compatibility - and leaves room for more brown bread. Whew, another wild ride this week folks! Smash that subscribe button and be sure to follow Widecast Podcast on Instagram for extra content. The WAWD Squad's support means everything as I take this podcast into the stratosphere. Love ya'll and see you next time! --- ✅THE PERFECT GIFT FOR ANY OCCASION!! IT's ONLY $3 https://wawdpod.com/cameo https://wawdpod.com/cameo ✅ CUT YOUR PHONE BILL IN HALF - WITH VISIBLE WIRELESS Visible by Verizon is making it EASY to pay for wireless service once again. With UNLIMITED plans starting at $25 a month, what are you waiting for? WAWD Podcast listeners will get $20 OFF their first bill. Saving you HOW MUCH MONEY? https://wawdpod.com/visible ✅ REPURPOSE YOUR VIDEOS - Upload to 1 service & we'll handle the rest. Distribute your podcast, clips, shorts, reels, TikTok, and more with Repurpose-io Sign up today: https://wawdpod.com/repurpose ✅ 17 Hats - 50% OFF YOUR YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION Save time & run your business the smart way! https://wawdpod.com/17hats --- Listen Here: ✅ Spotify: https://bit.ly/wawd-spotify ✅ Apple Podcast: https://bit.ly/wawd-apple -- Follow Us: ✅ Instagram: https://bit.ly/wawd-instagram ✅ TikTok: https://bit.ly/wawd-tiktok ✅ Facebook: https://bit.ly/wawd-facebook --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/what-are-we-doing-pod/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/what-are-we-doing-pod/support
In this episode, I talk about Monday, Funday, Britney Spears affair with Colin Farrell, and the Apple TV docuseries Supermodels. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nichelle7/message
Detroit Lions return to reality, Eli Zaret stops by after Michigan's drubbing of MSU, Rolling Stones new album & show, Dave Chappelle offends, Danny Elfman's constant nude move, Shannon Sharpe v. farts, Old Dads, and celebs that have started schools. Eli Zaret drops by to recap the Detroit Lions loss to the Baltimore Ravens, Drew declares a “must-win” vs Las Vegas Raiders, MSU's Adolf Hitler blunder, Michigan's destroys MSU, the Wolverines sign stealing “cheating” scandal, Penn State vs OSU, and a congrats to Cam Gibson and his future Hall of Fame athlete children. The Rolling Stone's played a surprise show with Lady Gaga celebrating their new record release. Mick Jagger made an appearance in two terrible sketches on SNL. Dave Chappelle is facing backlash over his takes on Hamas, Israel and Harvard. Donald Trump's latest ad is ripped right out of 1984. Bill Maher popped off on the Ivy leagues. Bill Burr's Old Dads is out on Netflix and the Bonerline is split on it. Call or text 209-66-Boner! Britney Book Revelations: Britney Spears is angry about the headlines. We get more Justin Timberlake abortion details. Her relationship with Wade Robson was more than she claims. JT dumped her via text message. She had really rough sex with Colin Farrell. Rebecca Loos won't shut up about David Beckham. Brooklyn, meanwhile, responds to his haters. We learn the Brooklyn is an author of a picture book. Kat Von D found Jesus and now has to tattoo her entire body black… or she's doing some dedicated cultural appropriation. Jada Pinkett Smith came to town and nobody cared. Another Danny Elfman sexual misconduct allegation. He has a lot of dumb tattoos. Taylor Swift and Jackson Mahomes are in the same booth together. Travis Kelce is whipped. Jessy Kirkpatrick spent a bunch of money to look like an idiot. Fenella Fox has hairy pits that make her a lot of money, but also gives her “PTSD”. Where have Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis been? The Smith kids were raised by Scientology education. Will and Jada once ran a Scientology school. We take a look at other dopes that started their own schools. Blac Chyna is poor, but house rich. Some people are saying Mary Lou Retton is milking it, but we hope she makes a full recovery. Irina Shayk officially labeled a “Hump and Dump” by Tom Brady. Brianna Coppage has made more money on OnlyFans than being a teacher. Whitney Cummings should be farting out a baby soon. Follow her on OnlyFans. Corey Feldman is our own Stuttering John. Corey would like to achieve peace in the Middle East in ALL CAPS. A bunch of celebrities are here to solve the Israel/Hamas conflict. Now Jim Biden is in trouble. Shannon Sharpe vs chicks that fart and use his bathroom. Dog killer & Janelle Evan's husband David Eason has a brand-new music video. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon).
Britney Spears is dropping more bombshells in her upcoming memoir, 'The Woman In Me'. Britney claims that she and Colin Farrell had "rough sex" for two weeks following her breakup with Justin Timberlake. She also gave details surrounding her secret abortion and that it was performed at home in secrecy. Ali Krieger is insinuating her estranged wife Ashlyn Harris cheated on her with Sophia Bush prior to their divorce in a recent Instagram comment. Plus, a woman went viral on TikTok saying that she got revenge on a man for 15 years after he spit on her friend, from spoiling TV shows to breaking up his wedding. Hosts: Wyld Young & Melanie Miller Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we're unpacking Widows, Steve McQueen's excellent heist movie from 2018. We discuss Viola Davis' magnetic performance, Colin Farrell's questionable accent, Elizabeth Debicki's towering height, and for some reason go on an extended tangent about gambling in mobile games. Also, why we hate plantar warts. (Recorded September 24th, 2023.)
Gerade hat er mit "Poor Things" in Venedig abgeräumt, Grund genug für Lucas, Christian & Janick also, sich nochmal mit dem Gesamtwerk von Yorgos Lanthimos, dem Posterboy der sogenannten Greek Weird Wave, zu beschäftigen. Von den verstörenden Anfängen mit "Kinetta", "Dogtooth" und "Alps" über die Colin-Farrell-ist-völlig-lost-und-kommt-gar-nicht-mehr-klar-Phase aus "The Lobster" und "The Killing of a Sacred Deer" hin zu Prunk- und Austattungskino in "The Favourite". Lohnt sich eine Neubetrachtung dieses Werks oder fallen seine großen Themenfilme bei näherer Betrachtung doch recht schnell in sich zusammen? Das ist aber nur der Teaser! Wenn ihr die ganze fast dreistündige Folge hören wollt, ünterstützt uns auf https://steadyhq.com/cuts. Dann bekommt ihr jeden Monat ein neues Special und Zugang zu unserem Discord-Server, auf dem wir täglich über Filme und mehr diskutieren.
Darrell, Hassan & Russ thought it would be fun to take a look back on the Matt Reeves directed film The Batman starring Zoe Kravitz,Robert Pattinson, Jefferey Wright, Paul Dano, Colin Farrell & Andy Serkis to name a few. If your enjoying the podcast we would appreciate if you could make it a favorite and/or share it on whatever device or app you listen on. We also have a patreon page where we have extra content behind a pay wall that is only 1 dollar a month. We want to thank all of you who are already a part of it. this support goes to helping us pay for the hosting feeds and website. https://www.patreon.com/Taylor_Network
"FLE!" Lisa the Pet Judge, Omar vs Federleezy, saying goobye to Pee-wee, bears in China, extras(?), Colin Farrell roasts Mugs, Ralph on the picket line, ghost logic, and Dumb Inception with The Gilded Playlist! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/quitters-never-give-up/message
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NEW MONTH. NEW THEME. We're pumped for September's theme as we dive into some films that truly embody the nature of “the asshole”. ASSHOLES ON FILM is what we're slipping into and we're starting off with a movie chock full of assholes. Brimming with asshole cunts. We're discussing Martin McDonagh's worthy 2008 debut film “In Bruges” starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. Two hitmen are ordered to go to Bruge, Belgium and they're not sure why. One is enjoying the town and the other hates it. It's violent as hell and quite funny. Check it out first of you're curious. We're starting off ASSHOLES ON FILM with a gauntlet. A gauntlet of…assholes. I don't know. They pay me to type out these episode descriptions for them. The only thing is, I'm not allowed to type them at home. I have to go to this warehouse in North Nashville. There's a desk with an old laptop on it and only one working overhead lamp. Sometimes you hear what sounds like someone just outside hitting the ground with a chain. I'm not great at it but it's easy money. It pays my tv and streaming bill. Subscribe to our Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJf3lkRI-BLUTsLI_ehOsg Contact: MOVIEHUMPERS@gmail.com Our OG podcast “Documenteers”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/documenteers-the-documentary-podcast/id1321652249 Soundcloud feed: https://soundcloud.com/documenteers Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/moviehumpers
Better late than never! Back in Episode 29, Allison and her fellow cinephile Josh Bermont discussed director Martin McDonagh's amazing debut crime film, IN BRUGES, starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. Now you can listen to the rest of that discussion, as they dig into the latest film by this legendary trio, THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN, which came out in 2022. Unlike In Bruges, which is a contemporary story about two assassins holed up in a very storybook medieval town, Banshees takes place in 1923 on a remote island off the coast of Ireland, and involves an odd feud between two old friends. Yet somehow, the two make perfect bookends on a thematic level. And similarly, be sure to check out the In Bruges discussion if you haven't already!IMDB on The Banshees of Inisherinhttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt11813216/Episode 29: In Brugeshttps://dingdongdarknesstime.buzzsprout.com/1871782/12731855-25-ding-dong-movie-time-apocalypse-now-and-the-hearts-of-darknessThe Press Play and Scream Podcasthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/press-play-and-scream/id1589942694 Join the Ding Dong Darkness Time Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/DingDongDarknessTimeShow Credits:Graphics -- Nathaniel Dickson: http://ndickson.comMusic -- Spencer Morelock, Ken DicksonDing Dong Darkness Time Media:Twitter: @dddarknesstimeInstagram: dddarknesstimeGmail: email@example.com
Communities. Forests. Families. All of these different ecosystems contain a lot of different components that weave and work together. And as people, plants, and pests carry on and creep around, rich and sometimes unlikely collaborations emerge. In this episode, with the help of Karine Polwart, Colin Farrell, and Steve Nardone, I'll explore how friends, neighbors and families can blend; how humans and trees need and inspire one another; and how we also rely on birds, bees.. and rats. _________________ For playlists, transcripts, links to videos, companion essays, and to contribute to this project, please head to IrishMusicStories.org. ___________________ Thank you to everybody for listening. And a special thank you to this month's underwriters: the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, John Sigler, Randall Semagin, Ron Kral, Isaiah Hall, David Vaughan, Susan Walsh, Matt Jensen, John Ploch, Tom Frederick, Paul DeCamp, Suezen Brown, Jonathan Duvick, Gerry Corr, Mike Voss, Sean Carroll, Isobel McMahon, Bob Suchor, Finian McCluskey, Rick Rubin, Ken Doyle, Chris Armstrong, Ian Bittle, and Chris Murphy
The summer of 2003 was bleak in Europe with a heatwave that resulted in the deaths of thousands. Most facilities across the continent were simply not equipped with central air conditioning and local authorities were fatally underprepared for the crisis as the hottest temperatures since 1540 were recorded. There was a massive blackout in the United States which threw New York City into chaos for several days. Mel was actually there and recounts her first impressions of the city that never sleeps almost becomes the city that never poops as critical infrastructure fails.Australia gets a new Governor General. Mel went to his house once, she'll let you know how it smelled. Christiano Ronaldo debuts form Manchester United in sport and we try and understand what coach Alex Ferguson has to say about him. In tech news the Blaster Worm attempts to bring down Microsoft.In music 50 Cent is a mutha effin P.I.M.P. and Dungeon Masters rejoice as they finally receive a soundtrack to their quests! Plus we've got Samuel L Jackson and Colin Farrell at the box office, Futurama and loads more! Hang with us on socials to chat more noughties nostalgia - Facebook (@tminus20) or Instagram (tminus20podcast). You can also contact us there if you want to be a part of the show.
Jesse James (Erie Filmmaker) returns to the show to discuss DAREDEVIL starring Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Michael Clarke Duncan, and Colin Farrell. We debate the film's internal logic plus how it holds up against the Netflix series.
And Reviewing History wept, seeing as we had no more pods to conquer! We're establishing one of the largest land empires of all time and laughing along the way. This week we're watching 2004's Alexander starring Colin Farrell, Jared Leto, and Rosario Dawson! Come get your battle elephant, your Oedipus complex sit and laugh! Please give us a rating and a review on ApplePodcasts. It helps potential sponsors find the show! You can also watch the show on Youtube: www.youtube.com/@reviewinghistory6455 Buy Some Merch: www.reviewinghistorypod.com/merch Email Us: Reviewinghistorypod@gmail.com Follow Us: www.facebook.com/reviewinghistory twitter.com/rviewhistorypod letterboxd.com/antg4836/ letterboxd.com/spfats/ letterboxd.com/BrianRuppert/ letterboxd.com/brianruppert/list…eviewing-history/ twitter.com/Brianruppert
In 2000, Joel Schumacher moved away from Hollywood Blockbusters and produced an American Vietnam drama with a cast full of unknowns and character actors. Tigerland explores the effect of military training on young men from all walks of life. The film stars Colin Farrell as a reluctant and conflicted GI and the film follows in the vein of such anti-war classics as ATTACK! and The Hill but for all its plaudits at the time of release does the film hold up more than 2 decades later? Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/fighting-on-film. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We missed you! We're back after a couple of weeks & we have lots to catch up on including lots of Fan Mail and Pop Culture. We're getting into pop culture hot takes, dating, & lots of celebrity chisme. This week on The Pop Culture Pop Up we have chisme on Ariana Grande's love affairs, Colin Farrell nervous about Britney Spears' book, & our review of Barbie. Follow us on TikTok, Twitter, & Instagram @youmeandchismeSubscribe to our newsletter at youmeandchisme.comEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow Julie & Adrian on Instagram & TwitterJulie (@juliexplores): Instagram & TwitterAdrian (@djadriatic): Instagram & Twitter
We learned so much from KB in part 1 of this show, Ep 139, that it's hard to imagine a juicier episode, but here it is! This is a 12 min trailer of today's full show only available in the Patreon (link below) . KB tells me about Elsa Jean, who it was rumored RHOBH & Buying Beverly Hills, Mauricio Umansky was seeing and then finishes the story of Porsha Williams sex tape. Also KB finishes telling me the story of what really happened with Kevin Costner and his wife that caused the Divorce. Turns out he was notified about some things to do with this. What he spills explains why Christine Baumgartner is vacationing with Kevin Costner's friend so soon after the divorce. Weird. He then goes on to tell me gossip that he knows first hand with Colin Farrell, Tila Tequila, Stormy Daniels and her Powerful supporter (wink). You can't miss this episode!Follow Kevin Blatt on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinblatt/?hl=enKevin does Reputation management!Join the Patreon to hear the rest of this amazing Episode: https://www.patreon.com/DishingDramaWithDanaWilkeySupport the showDana is on Cameo!Get Dishing Drama Dana Merch!https://represent.com/store/dishing-drama-dana-wilkeyFollow Dana: @Wilkey_Dana$25,000 Song - Apple Music$25,000 Song - SpotifyTo support the show and listen to full episodes, become a member on PatreonTo learn more about sponsorships, email DDDWpodcast@gmail.comDana's YouTube Channel
Is Britney Spears' book delayed by her exes Justin Timberlake and Colin Farrell? We've got the messy dish. Plus, Chilli and Matthew Lawrence dancing video has Tanner and Tamar wanting to have a dance battle, Hulk Hogan proposed to his 25-year-old girlfriend, Sky Dailey, and Ice Spice keeps what in her purse?! Tune in to today's Dish Nation for the best in entertainment news!
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We're back with Tom and Shocks discussing the 2008 Colin Farrell film IN BRUGES, a singularly original film about an Irish guy who is ruining his own life for a variety of reasons related to... well, crime, the Irish experience, dealing with the English, European perverts, firearms, drugs, a race-war obsessed dwarf, and so much more. Get the whole episode on Patreon here! https://www.patreon.com/posts/86689381
En este episodio de Back to the Movies! Luna, Gabriel, Rafa y El Watcher conversan sobre "Minority Report" (2002), película protagonizada por Samantha Morton, Colin Farrell y Tom Cruise, escrita por Scott Frank y Jon Cohen y dirigida por Steven Spielberg, como parte de la celebración de el estreno de la película "Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One" (2023). ¡Apoya nuestro contenido uniéndote a nuestro Patreon! Visita: https://www.patreon.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Síguenos y Suscríbete a nuestro canal de Twitch! Visita: https://www.twitch.tv/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Twitter! Visita: https://twitter.com/CultSecuencial ¡Síguenos en Instagram! Visita: https://www.instagram.com/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Facebook! Visita: https://www.facebook.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Subscríbete a nuestro canal de YouTube! Visita: https://www.youtube.com/culturasecuencial --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/culturasecuencial/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/culturasecuencial/support
This week, Brandon and Justin try to keep their sanity as they review the 2003 Ben Affleck "Daredevil". Leather suits, fake eye colors, a creepy as "meet-cute" and wtf was Colin Farrell on in this?! Get tickets to Brandon's upcoming stand-up comedy show on Friday, August 4th here! MP Links: - patreon.com/mediumpopcorn - youtube.com/@MediumPopcornPodcast - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/medium-popcorn Hosts: Brandon Collins Justin Brown Medium Popcorn Podcast "Medium Popcorn" is a production of Casa de Collins LLC. Special thanks as always to our producer Lluvia Gilliam.
Recorded - 6/24/2023 On Episode 227 of the Almost Sideways Movie Podcast, we discuss the latest Wes Anderson film Asteroid City. Many people are loving this. Why aren't we? Then we deep dive a forgotten cop action thrill ride from 20 years with a star studded cast: S.W.A.T. Is this among the best Colin Farrell has ever done? Did anybody else think Jeremy Renner was destined for greatness after this film? Is it really that horrible to order a soy dog? All these and more are discussed. Here are the highlights: What We've Been Watching (7:30) Zach Reviews: The Blackening & No Hard Feelings (12:30) Terry Oscar Review: Shadowlands (17:40) Todd BDN Review: Killing Season (21:20) Featured Review: Asteroid City 20th Anniversary Deep Dive: S.W.A.T. (42:00) Trivia (1:03:40) First Impressions (1:17:00) Mt. Rushmore: Colin Farrell (1:25:10) Recasting S.W.A.T. (1:42:40) Highest WAR, Worst Performance, Minor Character (1:53:40) Stickman, Douchebag, Punchable Face (1:59:40) Best Scene, Regal Line, Sequel (2:07:10) Gripes and Conspiracies (2:13:40) LVP, MVP, Quote of the Day Find AlmostSideways everywhere! Website almostsideways.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AlmostSidewayscom-130953353614569/ AlmostSideways Twitter: @almostsideways Terry's Twitter: @almostsideterry Zach's Twitter: @pro_zach36 Todd: Too Cool for Twitter Adam's Twitter: @adamsideways Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/almostsideways-podcast/id1270959022 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7oVcx7Y9U2Bj2dhTECzZ4m Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/almost-sideways-movie-podcast YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfEoLqGyjn9M5Mr8umWiktA/featured?view_as=subscriber
Andrew Young (Geek Hard) joins to revisit both versions of Mark Steven Johnson's Daredevil!Andrew's Top 5 Daredevil Runs @1:49Daredevil Spoiler Review @9:06Daredevil Rating @1:13:10Discover more great podcasts on the That Shelf Podcast Network! Learn more about TDF Everything on Facebook and Twitter!Learn more about Geek Hard on Facebook and Twitter!Hosts:Daniel Grant (Twitter & Instagram)Ben Sit (Twitter & Instagram)Show:@TDFSpoiled on Twitter & Instagram
BUT NOW YOU'RE a BURNIN the SPAGHETTI. Testing, testing, 1,2,3? Had to do that . It's episode 123 of the podcast for crying out loud. Enjoy this first episode after hiatus. Will it be immediately followed by another one? Hopefully not. In the meantime however, enjoy our discussion of La La Land. Also, if you get the riddle wrong, the penguin mafia (not Colin Farrell) will come to your house. So think wisely.
Allison and Josh from the Press Play and Scream podcast are back yet again to jibjab about some wacky flicks! This time, they're taking on the brilliant playwright turned cinematic auteur, Martin McDonagh's brilliant 2008 bleak comedy film, In Bruges. Starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson as two hitmen who, after a job gone horribly wrong, are ordered to await their fate in the picturesque medieval Belgian village. But while they're there, they find some very unexpected ways to reflect on and redeem themselves of a life of crime.Also, you don't want to miss Josh's various accents.Additional Info:In Bruges on IMDBhttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt0780536/Show Credits:Graphics -- Nathaniel Dickson: http://ndickson.comMusic -- Spencer Morelock, Ken DicksonDing Dong Darkness Time Media:Twitter: @dddarknesstimeInstagram: dddarknesstimeGmail: email@example.com
In celebration of Colin Farrell's 47th birthday on May 31st, Greg has chosen the 2011 remake of the 1985 vampire film “Fright Night” for our viewing enjoyment this week. Join Greg and Karen as they discuss the film while they enjoy a "Green Demon" cocktail.
Strap on your surgical mask and/or your combat gear as we kick off Operation week with a discussion of the Top 5 Operations. You'll no doubt remember that our operation theme was inspired by us picking two movies with the word ‘operation' in the title in a row so we thought we'd double down on all that operation action. From various kinds and sizes of operations, to operations in different places and countries, right through to examples of operations within operations, and operations within operations within operations, we've got all your operation needs covered. It's a very operationary week is what I'm trying to say.We'd already unanimously decreed Yorgos Lanthimos a favourite of the pod for his absurdist comedy THE LOBSTER and he uses some of that film's tone and style in 2017's THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER. Troubled teenager Martin (Barry Keoghan) gradually insinuates himself into the life of Steven, (Colin Farrell) the cardiovascular surgeon who failed to save his fathers life, or maybe, man fails to take responsibility for his actions and is punished by the gods. Bizarre performances from fantastic actors, some seriously shocking and transgressive scenes, allusions to Greek mythology, yes I know what you're thinking: that is literally everybody's idea of a perfect movie but it's also beautifully shot and edited and has a terrifying score so there's that too. Difficult to recommend to everyone, but I'm still thinking about it way more than the last Marvel movie I watched, which is a grossly unfair and ridiculous comparison but I've just made it anyway.Operation week finishes with HILLTOP HOSPITAL in which two conjoined twin Siamese cats are separated, with at least 50% of the patients surviving. Meanwhile a love triangle develops in the workplace between a cat, a dog and a hippo, while a human faced turtle scares Cris. Either a noble attempt to normalise hospitals and medical treatment for children or a surreal ER parody, it's your call.We love to hear from our listeners! By which I mean we tolerate it. If it hasn't been completely destroyed yet you can usually find us on twitter @dads_film, on Facebook Bad Dads Film Review, on email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our website baddadsfilm.com. Until next time, we remain... Bad Dads
Ayup, we gots The Lobster here. Grab a pot, some rubber bands, and dig in!CW: discussions of suicide, animal abuse/death, torture, abusive relationships, sexual coercionFind us on twitter @whatisamoviepod and shoot us and email at email@example.com
“Reading is not for play. It is to gain knowledge” Stella Adler The Art of Acting[i] and she adds that “I, for instance, am very strict about what I eat and I'm equally strict about what I read.” In keeping with our season theme of going back to the basics, and building the strongest 2.0 version of ourselves, I'm skipping to episode #199[ii] on “The Neuroscience of Self-Belief and Our Identity”[iii] from Feb 2022. For those who are returning guests, welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace) with tools, ideas and strategies that we can all use for immediate results, with our brain in mind. For those who haven't met me yet, I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and an educator with a passion for learning and launched this podcast to share how the understanding of our complex brain transfers into our everyday life and results. On this episode #288 we will cover: ✔ A review of The Neuroscience of Self-Belief and Our Identity ✔ How Belief in Ourselves Develops and Changes Over Time ✔ Top 5 Lessons Learned from Stella Adler's “The Art of Acting” ✔ Why Continual Study is Important When I looked back to EP 199 on “The Neuroscience of Self-Belief and Our Identity” I noticed that we opened with a quote from the late Bob Proctor, and a meeting with my friend Patti, who worked closely with Bob's seminars over the years. Patti and I met a few weeks after Bob moved from what he would say was the physical plane, to the spiritual, and we talked about some of the important lesson learned, and knowledge gained from those days working in the seminar industry, and how they've impacted our daily life since then. Concepts based on our beliefs like: “All things are possible if you believe. “Our results are all based on our beliefs” “If we don't like what's going on outside, we've got to go inside, and change our beliefs.”[ii] --Bob Proctor These ideas were at the core of every seminar Proctor conducted, and he would travel the globe presenting these ideas in a way that would captivate and change the lives of his listeners globally. Now I sold seminars for Bob from 1999 to 2002 and every time he would come up with a new seminar, people would say the same thing. What's new with this one? I'd explain that this new seminar had a different angle but some people would challenge this new angle and say, “that's kind of what we learned in the last seminar” (belief in ourselves) to do xyz and the answer was yes… belief is behind everything we want to do… it's at the heart of every seminar. It's also something that takes time to develop. I've heard it described in different ways. It's like pouring a drop of red food coloring into a glass of water, and you stir it once, and the red coloring disappears. We've got to keep putting the red drops into the water, to notice the change in color. It's not easy to notice at what point the color goes from clear to red, as this change takes time. Just like the belief we must have in ourselves that develops over time. It's difficult to put belief into words, or know when we've got it, or not, but it can be seen easily by others. I saw it while interviewing Ryan O'Neill on EPISODE #203[iv] on “Making Your Vision a Reality” because I knew Ryan BEFORE he achieved the goals he had set for himself, and remember when they were just ideas, written down. Watching his success over the years has been nothing short of incredible, and the change shows up for Ryan on the outside. His knowledge, confidence, and success in his daily life, shows up clearly with his demeanor, as his work now is being showcased globally, on the Discovery Channel[v], and he himself agreed with me when I pointed this out to him. Over time, he could see it himself, but like the food color in the water, it is difficult to pinpoint the change as it's occurring. How do we change our belief and identity over time? Other than continual study, and learning that leads to growth, what else would the experts in the field of learning suggest? We can review the science behind self-belief, and where belief exists in the brain, by going back to EP 199 where we covered this, but today, I've got to go back to the seminar industry, because so much of what yielded success in those early days, worked for some reason, (I can list so many who have surpassed their goals with these principles) so my goal today is to revisit these age-old strategies, that have been around for over 2,000 years. Today's episode takes us back to this one book that speaker Bob Proctor would talk about in every seminar, and even in his book, Change Your Paradigm, Change Your Life[vi]. If you've ever been to one of his events, you'll know what I'm talking about. He would say “You know, you've got to read Stella Adler's The Art of Acting” whether he was talking to a regular person, like you or me, or an Oscar Award Winner, like Phil Goldfine[vii], who listened to what Bob told him, then took the action that led to his Oscar Award in 2014. I remember Phil standing and holding this prestigious award at the last seminar I attended in January 2016, explaining that it all started when Bob told him to write down his goals, and he did, and the next thing I knew, here he was, standing up and holding his Oscar, while the audience just listened to how simple it was for him to achieve it. Phil Goldfine would tell you it was just his belief that did it, and he went on to use the same principles to achieve something next with swimming, something he had yet to perfect, that I'm sure he has achieved by now. It took me two seconds to find an interview from 2019 with Phil Goldfine that showed me he DID in fact hit his swimming goal, and many others that he declared back in 2016 when he showed us his Oscar. What he said got him there was “action”[viii] and that's one of the secrets within the pages of that book that Proctor recommended we read every seminar, The Art of Acting. Stella Adler's technique, called “Method Acting” is founded on an actor's ability to imagine a character's world. Now it's all starting to make sense to me why Proctor would love this book, and talk about it so much, as he would hold his hand out and get us to all look up into the air, and “build our castles in the sky.” He was trying to get us to “imagine” the world we wanted to build. It's called “Method Acting” and now I can see exactly how acting is connected to self-belief, building our identity, and goal-achievement. Stella Adler was the only American artist to study with Konstantin Stanislavski, a prominent figure in Russian theatre and her technique encouraged actors to expand their understanding of the world, in order to create compelling performances. You know, what we don't understand, or we don't connect with, we tend to ignore, and that's what I did when Bob talked about acting. I remember thinking, oh shoot, here he goes again about that acting book, as he would stand on stage, and explain how Laurence Olivier could transform his character, and move his audience, using something called “Method Acting.” Now I'm not at all into movies, and not usually star stuck by actors or fame as I've met many from this industry along the way, and I marvel at how they do what they do, but I'm most interested in the journey that got them to where they are today. I met film Director David Webb[ix], while he was shooting the horror film Taking Lives, with Angelina Jolie, Colin Farrell[x], while he was filming A Home at the End of the World, and they were both “out of character” and relaxing, just chatting to me about what they were working on. Then, I sat at a lunch table next to Stephen Spielberg[xi], and listened to what his day to day conversations, which was nothing out of the ordinary, but when I met Sean Penn, I KNEW he was an actor. Sean was in a swimming pool, with sunglasses on, and introduced himself to me as “hey, I'm the make-up guy” with an accent anyone from the 1980s could place, and I just laughed, knowing full well that he was playing the character of Jeff Spicoli, from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, just to see my reaction. I glanced over at his wife, Robin Penn at the time, and just laughed. This was no make-up artist. He was Jeff Spicoli, and we all knew it. He was “Method Acting” and it's taken me almost 20 years to learn about this method. This weekend I finally read the book that Bob Proctor would recommend in every seminar, Stella Adler's “The Art of Acting.” I never understood what an acting book would have to do with setting and achieving goals, so I brushed it off, and never read it. What a huge mistake. Just a glance at the table of contents and the lights went on (pun intended). Stella Adler was teaching acting in a way that Proctor taught us success principles in the seminar world. “You'll never be great unless you aim high” or “ideas are difficult because they are on paper, but read them several times slowly, the ideas will become yours and you'll be able to give them back.” Stella Adler Bob's practices were right in line with Stella's. He used to have us focus on a sentence, word by word, until we integrated the idea into our daily life (Thomas Troward as an example). So what does acting, a profession that's almost 2,000 years old, have to do with goal-setting and achievement?[xii] I didn't see it either, until I actually read “The Art of Acting” and started to put the pieces together. There is a connection between reaching those high levels of achievement, that leads to a change in self-belief, and it begins with an understanding of “the stage” that Stella Adler outlines in her book. I found an article written by Amy Beilharz, that outlined the Top 4 tips from this book, that translates to our everyday life, called “What Do the Oscars and Your Success Have in Common.”[xiii] She talks about “acting” as “doing” describing the lessons she learned in the book. This book is something you just have to read, and you'll see what I mean as you will see something in yourself, that you might not have seen before. She outlines 22 lessons, that were her classes, and begins with a powerful story from Laurence Olivier. I heard this story over and over again from Proctor, and I used to zone out because I just didn't see what was so profound about some actor on stage, but after reading these pages, I began to connect the dots. Proctor tells it better, but the main idea is that Laurence Olivier played Othello in a way that one night, blew the entire audience away. At the end of the show, everyone asked him “how did you do it” and he said “I don't know” because he really didn't understand what he did. He later discussed on interviews that he had massive anxiety about this, as he didn't know how to replicate what he had done, and worried he'd never be able to do it again. I KNOW WHAT HE DID. And it took me back to PART 5[xiv] of our Think and Grow Rich book study, where we learned about how to transmute our energy from one form into another. It's one of the “Secrets” is in the pages of Stella Adler's “The Art of Acting” that explains why Laurence Olivier moved his audience. He became someone else while he was on stage in a way that no one had seen before. Like Sean Penn who became Spicoli, he became Othello in a way that hit the audience from the spiritual, intellectual and physical mind, and it was masterful. It was unforgettable. I bet it took the breath away from those watching. It shocked Laurence Olivier just as much as it shocked his audience. You'll know what I mean when you think of an artist that hits you to the core on all 3 levels (spiritual/soul, intellectual/ mind, and physically as you can feel the performance). I can name a few artists I've seen who can do this. Think about this for a minute? Can you? Who moves you to the core when you watch them perform, that you can barely speak? You're captivated. That's Stella Adler's “The Art of Acting” And it takes the belief of the artist FIRST. REVIEW AND CONCLUSION: To review this week's Brain Fact Friday, we went back to EP199 on “The Neuroscience of Self-Belief and Our Identity”[xv] that took us back to improving our self-awareness that we covered on EPISODE #2[xvi] of our podcast back in July of 2019. We looked at where self-belief and our identity exist in the brain and we pondered: Where does self-belief come from? How does it get instilled in us? How can we inspire it in others? Then we looked at Stella Adler's “The Art of Acting” to see what acting has to do with self-belief, our identity, goal-setting, and goal-achieving. There were many timeless lessons in the pages of her book, and I do hope that you will read this book yourself, but here are the ones the stood out the most to me. ACTING IS DOING: (Class 3) She says that “you learn acting by acting” and isn't that true, that we learn when we take action. But Stella Adler was very strict with the actions that she takes. She said it in the beginning that she is strict about what she eats, and equally as strict about what she reads. She was also very strict about how someone stands, walks and presents themselves saying “if your body is not in good shape, your acting cannot be in good shape.” (p18). THE ACTOR NEEDS TO BE STRONG: (Class 4) where she reminds us again of the importance of health and sitting upright, not looking like we have “broken bodies that turn inward.” I can just imagine her yelling out “sit up straight” to her students, as I remember that was the key to projecting our voice when I was in choir in 5th We were taught to breathe from our diaphragms and she explains this with the importance of projecting our voice. And to build our voice she suggests “to read an editorial aloud every day.” First, read it with a normal voice, and then your voice should get “bigger and bigger, stronger and stronger.” (p55). I can tell you for sure that recording solo podcast episodes has helped me to build my voice. I know I speak much differently into the microphone, than I do if I'm talking to someone in person, or even on the phone. My WHOOP device logs my heart rate that goes well into the target heart rate zone every time I record my voice, and over time, I do see this practice has helped me to improve my speaking and presentation skills. I know there's ALWAYS room for improvement here, but that's what Stella wants us to remember. DEVELOPING THE IMAGINATION: (Class 5) Stella reviews the importance of health again here, and how “we are instruments of our bodies, and have to keep them in optimal condition.” (Page 63). We've focused entire episodes to the theme of health (mental and physical) on this podcast, as I also believe that without our health, we are at a disadvantage, but she connects this to our ability to create something in our minds. Stella teaches her students how to “live imaginatively” building images on the screen of our mind first saying that “anything that goes through your imagination has a right to live.” (Page 66). She has many exercises in this class to build up your imagination faculty so you can “bring aliveness” to your acting, which is much different than just acting “the facts.” She says that “you must give back life and not death.” YOU MUST DRESS THE PART: (Class 16) This chapter we heard over and over again in the seminars, as Proctor lived it himself. It was rare to see him wearing jeans, even when I had to drop something off at his house, he would be dressed up. He talked about the importance of “dressing for success” especially when working from home, and treating a home office, just as you would if you had to drive to one. Stella believed the same, saying that “You are what the clothes makes of you. Clothes say something about your self-control, your self-awareness, your social awareness. Clothes say something about your ability to be restrained, your ability to be respectful.” (Page 192). She says that when you come on stage, to “stand in a way that expresses power that comes from the ground up.” (Page 196) I agree with her that you can feel the power, and energy with the way you dress, and stand tall. The fastest way to “feeling” successful, is to put in the effort to look your best every day. PORTRAYING CLASS ON STAGE: (Class 22) This is where Stella talks about “the method” where “understanding your character has to go beyond your own life.” (Page 253). She asks us to imagine playing a peasant, and getting into the character with class, by looking at Van Gogh's painting of peasant boots saying “that everything has value. Nothing is old—or rotten.” (Page 252). Stella learned “method acting” directly from Russian playwright Konstantin Stanlisvaski who “directs the actor to apply deep personal and emotional connections to a role to achieve a realistic and naturalized performance.”[xvii] Not all actors believe in this “method” as Laurence Olivier was famous for “expressing disdain for method acting while filming the 1976 film Marathon Man. Exasperated with the lengths his co-star Dustin Hoffman was going to for his role, (who actually stayed up for days to become sleep deprived) and Olivier asked, My dear boy, why don't you just try acting”[xviii] which I thought was hilarious and so very true. Stella Adler “was wary of Stanislavski's idea of emotional recall to generate emotions on stage and felt it limited actors to their small realms of experience.”[xix] Adler believed more in cultivating the actor's imagination to bring their characters to life. I hope that you can now see, like I did, the clear connection that exists between acting and our future success. Some people like Phil Goldfine, or Sean Penn, have used these practices to reach great heights with their careers, and Proctor would call these people “consciously competent” as they were aware of what they were doing to get these results. Others, like Laurence Olivier, were shocked and amazed at their results, having no idea what they had done, and Proctor would call people like this “unconsciously competent” meaning they couldn't explain what they had done. While I know we all won't be as good as Laurence Olivier or Sean Penn, right away, the goal is to keep reading, learning and getting better at whatever it is we are doing, so that our results become predictable, aimed high, and that we work towards being consciously competent at whatever it is we are working on. If we can do this, then we can teach it to others who follow in our footsteps. If we can follow Stella Adler's “Art of Acting” with whatever platform or stage we are performing on daily integrating her tips into our work, and aiming at hitting our audience on all three levels: physically, intellectually and spiritually, then we know we are on the pathway towards something special. Remember: She would say “What is acting? Voice. Voice. Voice.” I'm glad I finally read “The Art of Acting” to gain this new perspective of building self-belief and identity, and can now add Stella Adler's tips to help me to become a stronger, more resilient version of myself with her strategies that go back 2,000 years in time. With that, I'll close out this episode, and see you next week. 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The ladies get chills watching the new release of Evil Dead Rise. TikTok gets saucy with the latest hair trend McDonald's bangs. Sam discusses adult things like weddings. Meanwhile, Michelle discovers her new doppelgänger and announces she is now married to Colin Farrell. Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/let-s-not/02bc9f64-9f99-4578-b2b1-3fb56079e812 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Elijah Wood breaks through with a classic adaptation, Evil Dead might be the best remake of all-time, the first ever Simpsons clip show, Hannibal is better than it deserves to be, Alicia Silverstone seduces audiences, and Kiefer Sutherland harasses Colin Farrell over the phone. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Paul and Amy get stuck in Martin McDonagh's 2008 hitman parable In Bruges! They learn about McDonagh's explosive ascent as a playwright, compare Bruges to other hitman films of the era, and discuss how the contrast between Colin Farrell's offensive dialogue and redemptive arc messes with the audience's sympathies. Plus: how do you master eyebrow acting? Next week, tune in as we watch El Mariachi! You can join the conversation for this series on Paul's Discord at https://discord.gg/ZwtygZGTa6. Learn more about the show at unspooledpod.com, follow us on Twitter @unspooled and Instagram @unspooledpod, and don't forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify.
Martin McDonagh burst onto the London theatre scene as a young playwright in the nineteen-nineties. At one point, he had four plays running simultaneously on stages across London. But McDonagh also aspired to work in movies, and he eventually shifted his focus to directing films such as “In Bruges” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” “When you sit down to write something, how do you know if it's a movie or a play?” the staff writer Patrick Radden Keefe asked McDonagh at The New Yorker Festival. “If it has four characters, and it's set indoors, it's a play,” McDonagh replied—“if it doesn't have any donkeys or dogs.” McDonagh's new film, “The Banshees of Inisherin,” starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, is his first feature set in Ireland, and it prominently features a donkey. “Banshees” traces the story of a friendship breaking apart in the beautiful, remote hills of the country's west. “I just wanted this [movie] to be sort of plotless in a way,” McDonagh said. “Just to have the unravelling of this breakup be what the whole story was about.” The film is now nominated for nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. This segment originally aired on October 21, 2022.
The Oscar nominations came out last week and now Mike and Kelsey give their reactions to the full list of nominees. Mike gives his option on who will win, who got snubbed, what noms that surprised him and the one that caused him much OUTRAGE! Afterward, Mike gives his spoiler free review of Best Picture nominee The Banshees of Inisherin (HBO Max). Why he thinks it's the best comedy in years, the real life friendship between Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, and why it made him want to visit Ireland. And in the Trailer Park, Mike talks about how Scream 6 has the potential to be a better film than 5 but doesn't want to jump too quickly on those hopes after something struck him funny from the first look at the movie. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.