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durée : 00:53:58 - Le masque et la plume - par : Jérôme Garcin - Ces films valent-ils leur ticket ? "Babylon" de Damien Chazelle, "Tar" de Todd Field, "Youssef Salem a du succès" de Baya Kasmi, "Retour à Séoul " de Davy Chou, "Mayday" de Jean-François Richet et "Brillantes" deSylvie Gautier. - réalisé par : Xavier PESTUGGIA
Kelsi and Trey investigate the criticisms of Damien Chazelle's 'Babylon' and explore what this tragic epic was actually trying to accomplish. We also talk about the incredible performances from Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Diego Calva.Send requests, questions, and thoughts to our email: email@example.comPlease rate and review us on your podcast platform!Robert Daniels with Slashfilm on BabylonCheck out the ReelBlend podcast for a Damien Chazelle interview (audio with Chazelle used from ReelBlend)Apple PodcastsSpotifyFollow our Tik Tok: The Extra CreditsFollow our Instagram: @extracreditspodFollow our Letterboxd: The Extra CreditsFollow our Twitter: @theextracredits
This week we're going back to the roaring '20s in Damien Chazelle's "Babylon." An all-star cast leads a 3 hour epic into the chaotic world of Hollywood, excess, drugs, parties, and dungeons(?) Oh and also for some reason we're going to the the hottest chip on the Earth, or one chip challenge or whatever it's called. But is "Babylon" (or maybe the chip?) Good??If you'd like to suggest a film or film franchise, or if you'd just like to say hello, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, @biigpodcast on Twitter, or @butisitgoodpodcast on Instagram, TikTok, & YouTube!
Oscar-winning film-maker Damien Chazelle talks to John Wilson about his career and cultural influences. As a child, Chazelle first started experimenting with making films using his dad's old camcorder. After studying filmmaking at Harvard, he drew on his own experiences as a skilful jazz drummer to make his debut feature film Whiplash, about a music student and his abusive teacher. His movie La La Land, a musical in which star-crossed lovers sing and dance through the backstreets of LA, won six more Academy Awards. Damien explains how much that film owes to the Jacques Demy and Michel Legrand's 1964 romantic musical The Umbrellas of Cherbourg. He also reveals how the Los Angeles paintings of David Hockney, and in particular his 1967 work A Bigger Splash, inspired the feel and the palate of La La Land. Chazelle's latest movie Babylon explores the birth of the film industry itself and the painful transition from silent movies to the talkies, and is inspired, in part, by the classic musical Singin' in The Rain. He also explains how his love of west coat jazz musicians including Stan Getz and Chet Baker has influenced his creative output. Producer: Edwina Pitman
Come on a 3 hour journey with John and Beeby as they dive into the new Damien Chazelle movie, as well as the best Shrek spinoff of all time. 7:30: Top Gun: Maverick 10:50: Bullet Train 18:50: Glass Onion 21:32: A Muppet Christmas Carol 23:05: Inglorious Basterds 24:00: Elvis 27:28: Bodies Bodies Bodies 31:33: Zoolander 32:13: White Noise 34:26: Guillermo Del Toro's Pinochio 36:48: The Woman King 36:55: RRR 45:08: Puss in Boots: The Last Wish 48:55: Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (Spoilers!) 1:01:25: Babylon 1:09:23: Babylon (Spoilers!) Follow us on twitter @BigBoyMovies Support Big Boy Movies by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/big-boy-movies
Títulos para todos los gustos y edades, desde el frío que quema, pasando por babylon a Jorge, una travesía de Coque Malla. Abrimos con Ángela Molina, Premio Puerta de Toledo, de la 41 Semana de Cine Español de Carabanchel cuya edición presenta y clausura Yolanda Flores, Con esta dama de la escena compartiremos unos minutos con la que hablamos de este premio a toda una carrera. El Frío que quema es una de las películas protagonistas de la cartelera, la ópera prima de Santi Trullesque, protagonizada por Greta Fernández, con ambos charlamos de esta cinta cuya historia se centra en Andorra, cuando servía como vía de paso para judíos que escapaban del Holocausto. Elio Castro nos comenta la nueva y aclamada película de Park Chan-Wook, Decisión To Leave, ganadora de la Palma de Oro al mejor director del último Festival de Cannes. Un sorprendente thriller romántico, que encontramos en la shortlist de los premios Oscar en la categoría de película internacional, Teresa Motoro se encarga de Babylon del ganador de un oscar Damien Chazelle, su película más loca y una forma distinta de ver ese Hollywood políticamente incorrecto, protagonizada por Brad Pitt y Margot Robbie. Destacamos dos películas españolas, 8 años, primer largometraje dirigido por JD Alcázar que narra la historia de amor de dos hombres a los que dan vida Carlos Mestanza y Miguel Diosdado, Precisamente con Carlos Mestanza y JD Alcázar hemos estado hablando de esta road movie sentimental. La otra, Jorge, una travesía de Coque Malla, un documental musical de las hermanas Cristina y María José Martín, con ellas y su protagonista, Coque Malla, hablamos de esta historia emocionante y sobre todo humana de este cantante, compositor y actor. Comentamos el resto de la cartelera y nos detenemos en Una herencia de muerte escrita y dirigida por Dean Craig que nos acerca nuestra colaboradora Ángeles González Sinde. Detective Knight: redención'es, la segunda parte de la última trilogía de Bruce Willis, un thriller de acción escrito y dirigido por Edward Drake. Evangelion la cuarta y última entrega de una de las franquicias más queridas del mundo, considerado como uno de los mejores animes que ha dado la industria, Todo esto además de las mejores series con pedro calvo, Ana vega Toscano nos trae su particular homenaje sonoro a la actriz italiana Gina Lollobrigida, tendremos las secciones habituales y su participación. Escuchar audio
Damien Chazelle is just 37 years old but he's already given us Whiplash, La La Land, First Man and now his 1920s Hollywood epic, Babylon. He's an outrageous talent. There, it's been said. Here he talks to Ali about his story so far, with some of his stars - including one Ms. Margot Robbie - chipping in here and there.
We have a bonus episode for you today, as two friends of the podcast return (separately, we should say) to discuss their work together on the extraordinary Babylon. Director Damien Chazelle and composer Justin Hurwitz have worked their magic once again, bringing to life a tale of decadence, depravity, and outrageous excess in 1920s Hollywood. What we do is share the interview with Justin first, as that goes into great detail about the music; then we'll get an overview from Damien about the score and the movie as a whole.
I denne uges Radio Information skal vi tale om en vild film af Damien Chazelle – instruktøren, der notorisk er aaaalt for meget. »Babylon begynder i 1926 med en elefant, der overskrider en mand, og et kæmpeorgie – og når jeg siger orgie, mener jeg sex, stoffer og jazzmusik i rigelige mængder. Så er vi ligesom i gang,« skriver Christian Monggaard i sin anmeldelse. Damien Chazelle, der også har skrevet Babylon, fortæller i løbet af mere end tre timer historien om tre mennesker, tre fiktive skikkelser inspireret af forskellige virkelige personer, der med større eller mindre succes gør karriere i Hollywood – og som alle oplever filmbyens og -branchens bedste og værste sider. Men hvorfor er Hollywood tilsyneladende så sindssygt optaget af sig selv for tiden? Vi skal også tale om europæisk industripolitik og den såkaldte handelskrig med USA. For der har i EU været voldsomme protester mod den grønne amerikanske handelspolitik, som om den var en ideologisk trussel mod en moralsk orden. Måske afslører protesterne i virkeligheden behovet for et europæisk selvopgør, skriver Rune Lykkeberg i en leder. Han kommer i studiet. Og så skal vi naturligvis også tale om store bededag og den enorme ballade, som det har afstedkommet, at regeringen har annonceret dens afskaffelse som fridag. Det er en ballade, der blandt andet har åbenbaret, at den mand, der om nogen holdt liv i fortællingen om den 'magtfuldkomne' Mette Frederiksen, selv nu viser en ekstrem grad af samme. Indlandsredaktør Anton Gejst fortæller om Venstreformand og forsvarsminister Jakob Ellemann-Jensen. Som han skriver i torsdagens leder: »For hvis en mand med så stor magt i regeringen som Jakob Ellemann har så ringe en forståelse for magtudøvelse og god regeringsførelse, så er der grund til bekymring for, hvad vi kommer til at se i resten af denne regeringsperiode.«
As director Damien Chazelle's sprawling period epic Babylon hits UK cinemas, Ellen E Jones and Mark Kermode travel back to the Wild West of Hollywood's early years. Mark tries to sort fact from fiction with author Shawn Levy and critic Christina Newland, as they discuss Kenneth Anger's notorious gossip bible Hollywood Babylon, and explore some of the most progressive and scandalous movies being made in the 1920s and 30s. And Ellen talks to critic Pamela Hutchinson and historian Shirley Jennifer Lim about the trailblazing career of Chinese-American actress Anna May Wong. Also, director Todd Field tells us about the Hollywood history TV series he's been rewatching, in Viewing Notes. Producer: Jane Long A Prospect Street production for BBC Radio 4
There is definitely nothing even close to a theme in the twenty films we're talking about this episode but there's some pleasant surprises, we still wonder who actually likes Count Yorga and there is one moment of pure hatred.Things are kicked off right with a DIE HARD clone that's pretty rad, we look at Steve McQueen's final film, Damien Chazelle brings the Hollywood excess in BABYLON, there's some giant animals on the loose, a Nazi zombie causes havoc, we look at how mental health was handled in the 1940's, another 70's TV movie doesn't live up to expectations, Maxwell Smart gets "nude" and so much more!Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe, rate and review the show wherever you listen to podcasts; join in the discussion on our Facebook group, and if you like what you hear - tell a friend and spread the word - every little bit helps!Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
An action-packed episode! Chris Ryan joins Sean and Amanda to share some final Oscar nomination predictions (0:00) before engaging in a truly chaotic 2023 movie auction (0:00). Then, the team from ‘Babylon'—writer-director Damien Chazelle, actor-producer Olivia Hamilton, and producer Matthew Plouffe—talk with Sean about making their ambitious Hollywood feature, and the hive that has grown around it (0:00). Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guest: Chris Ryan, Damien Chazelle, Olivia Hamilton, and Matthew Plouffe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
THIS! IS! OVERSHARING! Full disclosure, folks — this week's Empire Podcast features the return of one of our favourite interviewees, Gerry 'Gerard' Butler, as he and his PLANE co-star Mike Colter sit down on Zoom with our Chris Hewitt. And while it's as fun and giggle-tactic as any of Butler's appearances on the pod, we should warn you that a lot of it revolves around a story that Chris shares (some might say, overshares) with the duo right at the beginning. And that story is a load of old poop. You have been warned. Elsewhere, Chris is joined in the podbooth by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for another fun and frank exchange of film-related views, in which they (but mainly Helen and James, let's be honest) bang on about the books and games they'd love to see turned into films, discuss (most of) the week's movie news (this was recorded before the BAFTA nominations were announced), and review The Estate, Alice, Darling, and Bank Of Dave, while Helen goes Full Kermode on Damien Chazelle's Babylon. Enjoy — and sorry about all the poop.
We're taking a trip back to cinema's silent era this week to look at the new nostalgic (and divisive!) dirty bomb by American boy wonder Damien Chazelle, we coo the praise of the great Vicky Krieps who brings complex emotion to a dying woman in Emily Etef's More Than Ever, and in Film Club we look back to the scintillating Clara Bow comedy, It, from 1927, in homage to Margot Robbie's hell-raising starlet in Babylon. We'll also be wrapping things up on a new segment where our guests recommend their non-movie cultural highlights.Joining host Leila Latif are LWLies editor David Jenkins and journalist Christina Newland.Truth & Movies is the podcast from the film experts at Little White Lies, where along with selected colleagues and friends, they discuss the latest movie releases. Truth & Movies has all your film needs covered, reviewing the latest releases big and small, keeping you across important industry news, and reassessing great films from days gone by with the Truth & Movies Film Club.Email: email@example.comTwitter and Instagram: @LWLiesProduced by TCO Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, Sky's entertainment reporter Claire Gregory is joined by arts and entertainment correspondent Katie Spencer, and reviewer Stevie Wong.The team are at BAFTA HQ, as the nominations are revealed for this year's film awards. Claire, Katie and Stevie analyse the nominees, plus hear from EE Rising Star and Leading Actor nominee Daryl McCormack.Psychological drama Tár follows a successful composer whose career goes into a tailspin after an allegation is made against her. Hear from its star and Leading Actress nominee, Cate Blanchett, plus hear the team's review of the film. Katie catches up with Margot Robbie, star of new film Babylon, from La La Land director Damien Chazelle, which charts the rise of talkies in the 1920s. But what did the team make of the three hour Hollywood epic?Plus, hear Claire, Katie, and Stevie's thoughts on new Disney Plus superhero-comedy Extraordinary - and is anyone actually watching the new winter series of Love Island?Hosts: Claire Gregory, Stevie Wong, and Katie SpencerProducer: David ChipakupakuJunior Producer: Jada-Kai Meosa JohnEditor: Paul Stanworth
As flash floods spread across Los Angeles, we risked our lives driving through torrential rain to see Damien Chazelle's 3-hour Hollywood epic Babylon. The movie massively flopped at the box office losing over $100 million, and it divided critics and audiences alike who either loved or hated it. It was rated R for severe sex & nudity, violence, drug use, profanity, and elephant defecation. We definitely had to see it on the big screen! The movie is set in the late 1920s and early 1930s as motion pictures transitioned from silent films to talkies. It stars Margot Robbie as a very coked-up aspiring actress, Brad Pitt as an aging silent film star, and Diego Calva as a film assistant who bears witness to the whole extravaganza. The movie has excellent supporting roles including Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li, Lukas Haas, Katherine Waterston, Tobey Maguire, Flea, Jeff Garlin, Olivia Wilde, Spike Jonze, and even the great Eric Roberts! You might love it or you might hate it, but you owe it to yourself to witness Babylon!
Welcome to the RMPodcast! Review:Babble On (@ 13:25) Multimedia Segment (@ 1:11:00) Oscar nominees will be anointed next week, but one film that we will be surprised to see if nominated is Damien Chazelle's Babylon. Is it as bad as critics say? In this week's Headlines Movie Pass gives an update! They've raised some money and will get back with us in a year or two. The Brit Awards go genderless and the Globes go broke! In this week's Multimedia segment, we discuss software updates, and whether companies should release updates sooner? Have you seen Babylon? Still interested in MoviePass? Just want to let us know how great we are? We'll visit any of our social media profiles or, just email firstname.lastname@example.org! Be sure to check out all Red Moon has to offer by visiting our website: www.redmoonproductions.com Headlines: MoviePass completes financial funding goal Brit Award ceremony gets rid of genders - nominates all men Globes audiences continues steep decline Michael Giacchino to direct remake of Them!
In the latest episode of Make Time for This, Adam and Andrew discuss the first episode of HBO's The Last of Us, an adaptation of critically acclaimed and smash hit video game series. If you like what you hear, make sure to subscribe, follow on Twitter (@MakeTimeForThis), like us on Facebook, and come back later this week for talk of movies, TV, music and more. Up next we'll be talking about Babylon and the films of Damien Chazelle. Make Time for This and the Gyro Step Podcast Network are proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can also follow Crewsing for a Brewsing, Talk of the Tundra, Gyro Step Podcast and Win in 6 Podcast on Twitter for more from GSPN! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comment, dans une interview pour « 5 Heures », le réalisateur franco-américain explique-t-il la genèse de ce projet pharaonique ? Pourquoi faut-il particulièrement tenir à l'œil la jeune chanteuse liégeoise Rori ? Comment Ramzy, loin du duo « Eric et Ramzy », parvient-il à surprendre dans le film « Youssef Salem a du succès » ? Comment traverser la malédiction de deux énormes succès quand on s'appelle Mickey 3D ? Après un album en demi-teinte, avec quelle nouvelle chanson revient déjà Pomme ? Et que retenir de la carrière de Gina Lollobrigida, disparue aujourd'hui à l'âge de 95 ans ? Pour le savoir, rendez-vous dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce lundi 16 janvier 2023
We are back with a review of Damien Chazelle's new film, Babylon! The movie stars Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Diego Calva and is about the early days of Hollywood and also the transition from silent films to "talkies". We share what we liked and didn't like about the film, and discuss some of Chazelle's other work as well. We also talk about what was fact vs. fiction in the movie, and before that share with you some recommendations of things we are reading/watching! Follow the show on social media: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Follow us on Letterboxd Jared Katie Be sure to rate and review the show wherever you listen! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesilverscreenpodcast/message
Babylon is the latest from Oscar-winner Damien Chazelle and it's perhaps his most polarizing film yet. The movie guys give their take before talking about last week's Golden Globes ceremony.Matt and Grant are two old friends on Long Island in New York who have been watching movies together for 30 years.Check them out at suburbanmovieguys.com where you can sign up to follow them on the podcasting app of your choice.
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Hollywood - Spectacle & Sacrifice: Damien Chazelle's Babylon This week, Mr. Chavez & I continue our close out of 2022 (going into this third week of 2023), with a look at one of the most highly-anticipated films of the year (and one of its most polarizing films and biggest box-office disappointments), Damien Chazelle's Babylon. This is certainly a film that defines cinematic ambition, but also thematic and visual excess; A film of grotesque imagery and questionable plot points, Chazelle's love and fascination for the Hollywood's Silent Era and the slow emergence into "Talkies" is divisive at the very least. Rarely does a film emrege that is as beautiful, overblown, and misguided as this three-hour opus. Featuring Hollywood Stars interpreting the lives of early screen stars John Gilbert (Brad Pitt) and Clara Bow (Margot Robbie), and newcomers Diego Calva, Li Jun Li, and Jovan Adepo, as well as Jean Smart, Flea, Lukas Haas, Eric Roberts, Jeff Garlin, and Tobey McGuire. Incredibly problematic, but definitely worth seeing on the big screen, Chazelle's "Love Letter to Cinema and Hate Letter to Los Angeles/Hollywood" is one of the more fascinating spectacles in recent cinema. Take a listen and let us know what you think. As always, we. dive into all aspects of this film. It is best to have seen the film before listening. You've been warned. Questions, Comments, Complaints, and Suggestions can be directed to email@example.com Many Thanks.
It's time for the craziest epic of the year: BABYLON!!!!!!!!!!!!!! First, we discuss Damien Chazelle's filmography with thoughts on: “Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench” “Whiplash” “La La Land” “First Man” Then we review “Babylon” What does it have to say about our relationship to movies? Does it hold attention for over three hours? MOST IMPORTANTLY, does the real Spike Jonze direct like his character? (26:20) Read our written review of “Babylon” https://silverscreensavers.com/reviews/babylon Visit our website for even more reviews: silverscreensavers.com WE HAVE MERCHANDISE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! https://www.teepublic.com/user/silver-screen-savers-podcast Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and let us know what you think! Write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter and Instagram: @screensaverspod Facebook: Silver Screen Savers Podcast
durée : 00:49:03 - Certains l'aiment Fip - Balade dans les B.O du scénariste et réalisateur de "Whiplash" et "La la land" à l'occasion de la sortie de son prochain film "Babylon" sur un Hollywood en mutation dans le Los Angeles des années 20.
#babylon #movie #reviewBabylon is a 2022 American epic period comedy-drama film written and directed by Damien Chazelle. The film features an ensemble cast that includes Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, and Li Jun Li. Its plot chronicles the rise and fall of multiple characters during Hollywood's transition from silent to sound films in the late 1920s. Nathan D. Ludwig, Filmmaker, Author, and Festival Director of Genreblast Film Festival joins Jeff to revel in the splendor of Babylon as well as discuss its similarities to movies like Casino and Boogie Nights. All things Nathan here: www.genreblast.com IG - www.instagram.com/loogenhausen/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/loogenhausen Check out his books - www.amazon.com/stores/Nathan-D.-Ludwig/author/B08RB4M48V JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
Damien Chazelle's Babyon is about the wild conclusion of the Silent movie era, Scott Cooper's The Pale Blue Eye is a murder mystery movie that incorporates famed author Edgar Allen Poe I talk about both films on this podcast enjoy!
This week John, Dave, and Jeff discuss Babylon (2022), the film by writer/director Damien Chazelle that reminds us why we love going to see 3 1/2-hour long movies filled with extravagance and debauchery in the theater at Christmas. Critics have been split, audiences gave it a shrug… was it really that bad? Intro/Gripes: 0:00 BABYLON: 14:00 What've You Been Watching: 50:30 Additional Cast/Crew: Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Justin Hurwitz, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Phoebe Tonkin, Olivia Wilde, Jovan Adepo, Flea, Jimmy Ortega. Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema Hosts: Dave Green, Jeff Ostermueller, John Say. Edited and produced by Dave Green. Music: soundcloud.com/dasein-artist Beer: @cbarrozo.beer
On this episode, I spoke to makeup department head Heba Thorisdottir and hair department head Jaime Leigh McIntosh about their work on Babylon. Jaime Leigh McIntosh is an Emmy nominee for The First Lady and a 3x Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award nominee (1x winner for Bombshell). Heba Thorisdottir is a 2x Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award nominee and a 2x Saturn Award nominee. Babylon was directed by Damien Chazelle. The film stars Margot Robbie and Diego Calva.
On this week's episode, Sonny Bunch (The Bulwark), Alyssa Rosenberg (The Washington Post), and Peter Suderman (Reason) ask if they've all been focused on the wrong thing when it comes to the future of streaming. Movies, TV shows: none of these things really matter compared to … sports. At least, financially. And then they discuss Babylon, Damien Chazelle's woozy and wicked ode to/condemnation of Old Hollywood excess. Sure, it's a movie about movies, but hey: movies matter too! Speaking of which, on this week's bonus episode we're talking about movies about movies on this movie podcast about movies. Make sure to swing by and check it out!
The guys discuss Babylon, the latest film from director Damien Chazelle (starring Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt), then read and discuss and argue over some listener email. Watch this episode: https://youtu.be/AS5iUnI1tLo Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – TikTok Follow James: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Zach: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Kyle: Letterboxd Support the show on Patreon. Subscribe: iTunes / RSS Have a film suggestion you think we've never seen and want us to discuss on the show? Send your pick to email@example.com and one of us WILL watch it and discuss it on a future next show… or...
This week we are back to begin the biggest year in ADP history yet. We're kicking off 2023 with the 2001 romantic, action-comedy starring the late Heath Ledger - A KNIGHT'S TALE. Other topics include: McKenzie's Bogie Journey (TM) continues, Kev apologizes to Damien Chazelle, and we probably offend half of the continent(s) of Australia and/or New Zealand. Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, or our Letterboxd HQ at @austindangerpod. Send us a letter or voicemail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll share them on our episodes. Listen to Kev's other podcast, Ammonite Movie Nite! Listen to McKenzie's other podcasts Wisteria Gays & ON LYNCH. NEXT WEEK: We're celebrating our one year anniversary while revisiting our all timer - AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY.
Check out our non-spoiler and spoiler reviews of Damien Chazelle's ‘Babylon' and the new Blumhouse's new horror movie, ‘M3GAN.' Beforehand, we rate the news from this week in the world of entertainment during our famous segment called ‘The Toms.' This week's stories include… new trailers for ‘Renfield' and ‘Evil Dead Rise'; Avatar 3 will feature a fire Na'vi tribe; Jeremy Renner is recovering from his snow plow accident; and more. Enjoy! TIMECODES... The Toms: Entertainment News (2:36) Non-Spoiler Review of Babylon (34:00) Spoiler Review of Babylon (54:56) Non-Spoiler Review of M3GAN (1:26:11) Spoiler Review of M3GAN (1:38:23) What Are Ya Doin'? (1:51:45) SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS... Email: email@example.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU2jjOm3gwTu2TVDzH_CJlw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/That-One-Movie-Podcast-535231563653560/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TOMPPodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tomppodcast INTRO MUSIC... "Constellation" by Brian Hanegan --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomp/support
PARTY TIME, SPARKLE C*CKS!!As the guys are back to break down one of their most anticipated films of the year. They're talking the latest film by Oscar-winning Director, Damien Chazelle, it's Babylon starring Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Brad Pitt with Jean Smart and Tobey Maguire.Is it the divisive overinflated disaster that we've heard or is it a misunderstood masterpiece whose time will come?Find out in this week's episode of Film Code!
Adam and Nicole discuss Babylon and the sacrifices they have to make for MtM listeners. The movie is a joyless, scatalogical slog excepting the scenes of film being made. We discuss who deserves to get this level of creative control in a movie and where future auteurs will be developed. Adam recommends Tar. Nicole recommends The Take's The Dragon Lady Trope. Website Store YouTube Facebook Group Page
Josh is joined by recurring guest Fred Kolb for a double feature. First, (Beginning-58:40) they visit Old Hollywood and discuss Damien Chazelle's newest film, “Babylon,” and whether his 3+ hour epic that captured the film industry's transition from silent to talking pictures was too bloated, whether it effectively made the case that today's movies owe a big debt to movies of that era, the performances from Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, its technical achievements and much more! Then (58:42-End), they discuss Rian Johnson's “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” and how the structure of its mystery differed from that of its predecessor, how the only returning actor, Daniel Craig, modulated his performance differently, Johnson's commentary on the 1%, the performances from the rest of the loaded cast including Janelle Monáe and Dave Bautista and much more! Spoilers for Babylon start at 44:51.
On this episode of Made in Hollywood Mark and William go head to head on the hits and misses of Steven Spielberg's career. You may also hear irrelevant things in this about Hallmark Christmas movies, J-walking, Indiana Jones 5, She LaBeouf, James Mangold, Cate Blanchett, Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Honey Boy, George Lucas, Catch Me if you Can, The Fabelmans, Amistad, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Ready Player One, Schindler's List, John Williams, E.T., Jaws, Scream 6, Jenna Ortega, Wednesday, Addams Family, Harry Potter, Goblet of Fire, Avatar 2: The Way of Water, Moby Dick, Small Wonder, M3GAN, Babylon, Jean Smart, Designing Women, Damien Chazelle, Whiplash, LA LA Land, First Man, Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Rian Johnson, Netflix, Golden Globes, Top Gun, Everything Everywhere All at Once, The Whale, and Brendan Fraser.
Alex and Nick discuss a new film they both love that no one is talking about, Damien Chazelle's big swing, "Babylon." The guys talk Chazelle's career, the culture turning on prestige films, a never-better Margot Robbie, the parallels between "Babylon" and "Irréversible," and much more.In the middle of the episode, Alex invites a lunatic to call into the show and share his opinion on "Babylon." Hold on tight for this one.Follow @WAYW_Podcast on Twitter and Instagram.Watch Alex's films at http://alexwithrow.com/Watch Nick's films at https://www.nicholasdostal.com/Send us mailbag questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Time for another big Hollywood epic from DAMIEN CHAZELLE. Does he deliver another LA LA LAND, something less, or something more? It's our movie of the week this week on the main MAM feed as we inch closer to the year of 2022 in movies. VIP talk is the Denzel Washington Retrospective Finale! Sign up at madaboutmoviespodcast.com/vip
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We welcome cinematographer Linus Sandgren, ASC, FSC for his third time on the podcast. On his latest film, Babylon, Linus was happy to work with director Damien Chazelle again. The two had previously collaborated on La La Land and First Man. In all of his films, Chazelle thinks musically, and camera movement is essential to his films instead of just relying on editing. Linus liked Babylon's script- though it was long, it had many fast moving pieces, and the story was told in a refreshing, unconventional way. He thought of it as a 2.0 version of La La Land- it expressed Chazelle's love of cinema, and despite some of the dark places the story goes, he felt an affection for the characters in Babylon. Like La La Land, Linus combined long takes with complicated camera moves, while also using handheld verité techniques they developed on First Man. To prep for the film, Linus and Chazelle watched several Los Angeles-period films together, such as Chinatown, There Will Be Blood, and Boogie Nights. The movie combines absolutely maximalist wide shots to intimate closeups and tracking shots on specific characters, in order to keep the film emotional. One of the biggest and most spectacular scenes in Babylon is the 32-minute pre-title opening sequence, depicting a wild Bel Air party complete with revelers, cocaine, and an elephant. They shot it in the lobby of the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, crammed with hundreds of extras. Chazelle wanted a really high angle on the party, but they couldn't fit a crane into the space, so Linus rigged a cable cam corner to corner from above to capture the action. They spent a long time blocking and rehearsing the party sequence, filming the overhead shots, then shot with a Steadicam through the party the second day. Babylon is about the early days of cinema, when the silent movie era is transitioning to sound. The crew had to show the process of shooting film in the first days of “talkies” and the filmmaking equipment of the time had to be historically accurate. Though Linus didn't use vintage film cameras on the movie, the production designer found film cameras to use as props and they were able to use old arclights that were fitted with HMIs so they actually worked on set. Find Linus Sandgren: Instagram @linussandgren_dp Babylon can be seen in theaters nationwide. Sponsored by Hot Rod Cameras: www.hotrodcameras.com The Cinematography Podcast website: www.camnoir.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheCinematographyPodcast Facebook: @cinepod Instagram: @thecinepod Twitter: @ShortEndz
Sean and Amanda double dip into two maximal extravaganzas from two of our most exciting auteurs. First up: Damien Chazelle's Silent Era Hollywood bacchanalia ‘Babylon' and then their top 5 movies about Hollywood (1:00). Then, they discuss Noah Baumbach's adaptation of Don DeLillo's novel, ‘White Noise' (1:14:00). Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
David, Jeff and Devindra discuss why it might be worth paying attention to the Royals, praise Aubrey Plaza's work in Emily The Criminal, and get mildly disappointed by Violent Night. Then, they dive into Damien Chazelle's newest film Babylon. Also: we're making video versions of our reviews! Be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube at youtube.com/slashfilmcast, as well as on Instagram and Tiktok. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend titles. Thanks to Mike C for building the Hashtag Slashtag website. Weekly Plugs David - Decoding Everything: The 10 Biggest Hollywood Fiascos of 2022 Devindra - Best stuff to binge over the holidays Jeff - DLC Favorite Games of the Year 2022 Shownotes (All timestamps are approximate only) What we've been watching (~20:00) Jeff - Violent Night David - All Quiet on the Western Front, Harry and Meghan, Devindra - Emily the Criminal, White Noise Featured Review (~1:03:20) Babylon SPOILERS (~1:26:23) Support David's artistic endeavors at his Patreon. Listen and subscribe to David's interview podcast Culturally Relevant and subscribe to his YouTube channel. Check out Jeff Cannata's podcasts DLC and We Have Concerns. Listen to Devindra's podcast with Engadget on all things tech. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, follow us on Twitter @thefilmcastpod. Credits: Our theme song is by Varsity Blue, the newest project by Tim McEwan from The Midnight. Our weekly plugs music comes from Noah Ross. Our spoiler bumper comes from filmmaker Kyle Corwith. If you'd like advertise with us or sponsor us, please e-mail email@example.com. You can support the podcast by going to patreon.com/filmpodcast or by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts.
The new film Babylon is all about silent-era Old Hollywood, new technology, the intoxication of being famous, and whether love can really conquer all. Babylon is the latest from writer-director Damien Chazelle, the sometimes divisive creator of La La Land. Here, he doubles down on his nostalgia for cinema with Diego Calva and Margot Robbie leading this expansive production.
In 2005, Filmspotting established an elite list of the top films of the year. Its purpose was to teach the lost art of filmmaking and to insure that the handful of films that made the list were the best in the world. They succeeded. Today, Filmspotting calls it the films of the year roundtable. Listeners call it: TOP TEN. This year, guest critics Michael "Fiddlesticks" Phillips and Marya "Zig Zag" Gates join Adam and Josh to name the best of the best: the Top 10 Films of 2022. In addition to ten consensus picks that appeared on two or more lists, the roundtable shares their outlier picks, and stumbles into a longer-than-planned conversation about Damien Chazelle's new "Babylon." Plus, the finalists for the 2022 Golden Brick Award. 1:23 - Top 10 of 2022: Consensus Picks 1:07:42 - Golden Brick Finalists 1:13:07 - Top 10 Consensus, cont. 2:15:49 - "Babylon" 2:34:06 - Poll Results: Best of '22 2:37:45 - Top 10 of 2022: Outliers 3:03:00 - Outro Times may fluctuate due to inserted ads. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices