We end this month's theme of ASSHOLES ON FILM with someone who might be the biggest asshole in all of film. We think he beats Jordan Belfort, Indiana Jones, Jar Jar Binks and every other asshole we've discussed this month. It's time to break the John Hughes seal and dive right into a real piece of work by discussing his 1986 hit “Ferris Bueller's Day Off” starring Matthew Broderick, Mia Sara, Alan Ruck, Jennifer Grey and that guy who is now on a sex offenders registry. This might seem like a fun teen comedy romp about a ne'er do well kid skipping school, and it is also that, but the implications and raw potential of the Ferris Bueller personality to do major damage to society in the future? The implications are horrifying. Dive in with us as we discuss this 80s classic as well as what we mean when we say that FERRIS BUELLER IS ONE OF THE MAJOR FILM ASSHOLES! It's been a fun month with some bangers. Thanks for looking at assholes with us. Subscribe to us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJf3lkRI-BLUTsLI_ehOsg Contact us here: MOVIEHUMPERS@gmail.com Hear us on podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6o6PSNJFGXJeENgqtPY4h7 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/culturewrought
David Haugh and Dan Wiederer bring up the idea of Justin Fields simply needing a break from everything to reset his mind. Unfortunately, the Bears QB room doesn't seem to have the ability for someone to step in and give him the time off. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From 'Take The North' (subscribe here): David Haugh and Dan Wiederer bring up the idea of Justin Fields simply needing a break from everything to reset his mind. Unfortunately, the Bears QB room doesn't seem to have the ability for someone to step in and give him the time off. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
High School Movies Month comes to a righteous conclusion with John Hughes' 1986 classic, Ferris Bueller's Day Off! Ben and Kate discuss the highly quotable, oft-referenced, Chicago-based hijinks of three friends confronting the end of adolescence. Written and directed by John Hughes, starring Matthew Broderick, Mia Sara, and Alan Ruck, and featuring Jennifer Grey, Jeffrey Jones, and Edie McClurg.
Welcome back film fans to another episode of The Infinity Film Podcast, and another versus showdown at that. But first, Rod, Ben, and Shane do a round of the Rows Challenge, and talk about recent theater watches. Then, the three deep dive into the first John Hughes classic "The Breakfast Club", with our favorite moments, characters, biggest laughs, and most emotional moments. Then, Rod and Ben dive into "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and all of it's quotable lines and rambunctious nature. Do please enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/infinity-bros/support
Mr. Las Vegas, Mr. Entertainment, Midnight Idol. Those words describe one of the most popular entertainers of the past century. Wayne Newton has been performing in Vegas since 1963. He was friends with some of the country's biggest acts: Frank Sinatra, Elvis, and Bobby Darin. His hit “Danke Schoen” was used in the movie “Ferris Bueller's Day Off.” He has performed more than 30,000 times in Vegas. Wayne has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows including “Dancing with the Stars.” When we took listeners, contest winners, to Las Vegas, Wayne was a most gracious host and would show off his champion Arabian horses at his ranch. Speaking of listeners, we had some audience participation during this interview.
It's been stated that Jon's favorite soundtrack ever is for the John Hughes film Some Kind of Wonderful from 1987. We've heard from artists featured on it, including the music supervisor Tarquin Gotch, but this time we're hearing from some of the lesser known bands. We start with Alison Marr of Lick the Tins whose cover of "I Can't Help Falling in Love With You" plays over the closing credits. Next up is David Joyner and Linda Hall of Blue Room who had "Cry Like This" in the film, but also had "I'm Afraid" in Ferris Bueller's Day Off and a cover of "Every Time You Go Away" in Planes Trains & Automobiles. And lastly we hear from Tom Ashton and Rosie Garland of the March Violets who not only had two songs in the film ("Turn to the Sky" and "Amanda Jones"), but also appeared in the club scene in the movie! Each one has their own unique story in and out of the movie. Enjoy!
This is a discussion of the message from Sunday, September 10: Ferris Bueller's Day Off. For copyright reasons, we cannot livestream or publish these services, so through October we'll share discussions like this about the movies and messages.Weirdly enough, Ferris Bueller's Day Off mostly isn't about Ferris Bueller, but about his friend Cameron. Cameron has been swimming in so much fear and anxiety that he's become incapable of truly living his life. By the end of the film, the old Cameron dies, and a new one rises up out of the water, ready to own his choices and face his biggest fears. It's as he takes responsibility for his life that he realizes he has the power to change his life. Cameron's journey acts as a stand-in for the one Jesus invites us to take: seeing where our life is heading without him, and choosing to follow him instead. "Life moves pretty fast; if you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it."SERIES OVERVIEW:Movies often reflect our common struggles, hopes, and dreams. Join us for At the Movies, as we discover how these powerful stories intersect with profound truth for our everyday lives.Each week, our message will feature clips from a particular movie and draw parallels to stories and principles found in the Bible. We'll also have a themed lobby experience each weekend, complete with free popcorn and other concessions, photo ops, and interactive surprises the whole family will enjoy.
A film that boldly asks “What if we made a good version of Ferris Buehler's Day Off?” It has all the beats of a John Hughes teen movie—especially that one—while actually saying something about America, capitalism, and class. It's the film that made Tom Cruise a star, and unfortunately is saddled in pop culture memory with one very silly dance scene that has very little to do with what's otherwise a very dark, funny, nervy movie about facing adulthood and disillusionment. A smarter film than expected, it eviscerates the model of “teen goes wild when his parents are away and has to set everything back the way it was before they get home” just as that template was being set for teen comedies. Starring Tom Cruise, Rebecca De Mornay, Curtis Armstrong, Bronson Pinchot, Joe Pantoliano, and Richard Masur. Written and directed by Paul Brickman.
In this episode I speak about watching two Broadway Musicals: MJ and Back to the Future! I also speak about watching the HBO series, Succession and wrap it up with another addition to our legendary segment “GOATs doing GOAT $hit” where we celebrate the true champions of greatness and highlight the phenomenal achievements of extraordinary individuals. The Spun Today Podcast is a Podcast that is anchored in Writing, but unlimited in scope. Give it a whirl. 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Welcome to the Spun Today podcast, the only podcast that is anchored in writing, but unlimited in scope. I'm your host, Tony Ortiz, and I appreciate you listening. This is episode 243 of the Spun Today podcast. And in this episode, I speak about two Broadway musicals, which I can't believe I took this long to mention them, especially for one in particular. So definitely stay tuned for that. I also speak about watching the Succession Series. An HBO series that I was definitely late to, but had the added benefit of being late in that it allowed me to binge the entire series. And lastly, I wrap it up with another addition to our legendary segment goats doing goat shit where we celebrate the true champions of greatness and highlight the phenomenal achievements of extraordinary individuals. Stay tuned for all that good stuff. But first I wanted to tell you [00:01:00] guys about a. Quick way that you can help support the spun today podcast. Your support is greatly appreciated. Not only can it help out financially to help keep the lights on in good old spun today studios, but it definitely adds fuel to the motivational fire that I rely on to continue putting out episodes. And even more importantly, finding time to write. Nay, making time to write. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you to each and one of you, to each and every one of you that have shown your support to date. And thank in advance to each of you that will show support in the future. Here is one quick way that you can help support the Spun Today podcast. Definitely stay tuned for the outro of the episode where I'll tell you about a bunch of other ways that you can show your support. But here is one of those ways. And we'll jump right into the episode. The first musical that I wanted to tell you guys about was MJ, the [00:02:00] musical. Here is the official synopsis. He's one of the greatest entertainers of all time. Now, Michael Jackson's unique and unparalleled artistry has finally arrived on Broadway in a brand new musical centered around the making of his 1992 dangerous world tour. And created by Tony award winning director, choreographer, Christopher And two time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, MJ goes beyond the singular moves and signature sound of the star, offering a rare look at the creative mind and collaborative spirit that catapulted Jackson into legendary status. I went to check this out with my best friend, Steven. Shout out to Steven's Spun Today alumni, who has been on the pod several times in the past. We thought it would be cool to check out. You know, kid touching and molestation and all that, which has obviously [00:03:00] tarnished Michael Jackson and how we view him, all that aside. And I know in and of itself, it's like a controversial topic where some folks are like, no, they're all 100 percent rumors and nothing like that ever happened. Nothing was ever proven in court. And then the other folks on the other side where say. You know, the rumors have been rumors for decades for a reason. It's all true. It was even worse. I know the audience is split when it comes to that. From an artistic body of work perspective, he's obviously, as the little synopsis says there, one of the most legendary entertainers of all time. Now from attending and, you know, watching this musical, And for someone who likes going to like Broadway plays and musicals and enjoys that genre of art and acting and singing and stuff like that as a consumer, from that perspective, [00:04:00] we had a great time. And Michael Jackson in his heyday, I was a kid for that, a little kid, but I obviously know his music and his body of work and I think you'd be hard pressed not to find. Or to find someone that wasn't aware of any of it, but I obviously never saw him live or anything like that going to see this play, though, the way they did it, you definitely get that experience, albeit at a much smaller scale, but you definitely get the, like, you feel you're watching Michael Jackson. That's how good of a performance, not just the Michael Jackson characters did with it. But just the entire cast and the world that they built and created around it. And from a storytelling perspective, it was interesting how they did it. Because it is this very, and I guess, makes sense. In terms of it being like a deliberate conscious [00:05:00] move to do it this way. So you don't have to bring in a lot of like the things we know about Michael now. The allegations and court cases and... Drug abuse and, and stuff like that. So they didn't have to bring too much of that into the story because again, from a storytelling perspective, it's a very myopic focused view of his time around his 1992 dangerous world tour, which is his biggest tour ever. One of the biggest tours ever. And it was chronicling, the buildup to that, all the practice sessions. And how he was as an artist getting ready for that performance. And in the play, there is an MTV crew that was given access to chronicle this whole thing to do a, a piece on, you know, this very much anticipated world tour, which was based on true events that MTV [00:06:00] piece. Actually exists and I'll link to it in the episode notes for you guys to check out. So we got to see this interesting view of. That MTV camera crew. Trying to put together their creative vision of this documentary. While also getting close enough. Access to Michael Jackson to see his inner workings and stuff like that and picking up on. Certain things like. The beginnings of his drug addictions, which we know now ultimately led to his death in that he had a private doctor giving him shots or like IVs of trim butyral or something like that. I forget the exact medication name of what he ultimately died of, but it's supposed to be a strong ass, sleep aid. And so much so that he was getting that shit [00:07:00] injected on a nightly basis just to be able to try to get some sleep. And ultimately that's what he died of. And the doctor that was prescribing him the medication wanted him to go to jail for a few years and losing his medical license, I believe. But in the play, it shows him getting drugs from his manager or other folks like that were part of the stage team. I think it was his manager. And you get some insight into the all too common story of, you know, people in positions of power, whether it's in our music, politics, whatever, just having a circle of yes men and women around them that do what they want and don't really check them. And we saw that through the lens of, again, the beginnings of his drug addiction. And we also saw that same dynamic playing out with his financial team and how he wanted to pay for [00:08:00] this over the top concert and do like never before happened things like him being shot out of not a cannon, but something that shoots, shoots him out and onto the stage and him running out of money. And then Pushing his accountant and his financial team to mortgage Neverland Ranch, where he lived just to continue funding this artistic vision that he had, even though all the financial folks around him, lawyers, accountants, financial advisors warned him against it, he still ultimately got his way, i. e. via these yes men. So that was definitely interesting to see. They also showed. A direct correlation between his abusive childhood with how Joseph Jackson, the father was always depicted as, you know, being super, super hard stage dad, forcing them to practice [00:09:00] all the kids when they were the Jackson five for hours and hours on end, no breaks, didn't really have a childhood. You know, they had fame when they were young. So they didn't have a, you know, especially Michael being the youngest. Of them, of the Jackson 5, or second youngest, I believe. But never really having a childhood, or traditional childhood. They showed correlations of that, instilled hard work ethic. And they kind of papered over the, physical abuse in the play. With how hard Michael Jackson was on his crew and the choreographers and everything. And the dance team around him and how they were all exhausted and he would force them to to work hours on end just like his dad did to him and kind of showing that traumatic shift, trauma shift of, you know, him being the recipient of that and then dishing it out as he got older in the same exact way [00:10:00] and then seeing himself as, you know, becoming his father in that sense. But the play did a great job in also showing different. Stages within Michael Jackson's life, they showed him as a child, you know, as a flashback scene, because the entire thing again takes place around him working up to this dangerous world tour and being interviewed by the MTV crew and them filming and interviewing him in between rehearsals, etc. But while they were interviewing him, he would flash back and tell stories of childhood, of his mother and his father, Jackson 5, transitioning, going solo. And you got to see different actors, which did a phenomenal job of playing Michael Jackson. Now we did go on an off day, I think it was like a Tuesday or Wednesday. So every cast member, including Michael Jackson, wasn't necessarily the best. Number ones, if you will. I believe the young Michael [00:11:00] was, but I don't believe the middle Michael that they showed as well as the older Michael Jackson that's being interviewed. I think he was also the understudy, but I mean, these are all top tier phenomenal actors, right? All did an amazing job. And we got to hear all the hits, all Michael Jackson's hits, all Jackson five hits. And it really did feel like a Michael Jackson concert experience as a narrative choice. Again, it does seem to me to have been a deliberate choice to tell this story from a specific point in time. And in doing so not have to, or I guess they had the ability to paper over all the negatives that we know of Michael, like the drug abuse and child molestation allegations, so on and so forth. So you definitely lose something historically. From that perspective, but as a piece of [00:12:00] entertainment, we do wind up enjoying a shitload of music and just how they put the musical together. It was definitely an entertaining watch. And I definitely recommend it. MJ the musical, check it out back to the future. The musical, if you guys know anything about me, I am a huge, Back to the Future fan. I've spoken about the movie multiple times. I've highlighted how the screenplay for Back to the Future 1 is considered a perfect screenplay and I think it's taught in theater classes. It's my personal favorite trilogy of any genre, any movies, all time. And I've also said, controversial to some, that it's one of the rare occasions where the sequel, Back to the Future 2. is even better than the first movie. And I know that's blasphemous for some folks to hear. And even I myself go back and forth [00:13:00] between that thought from time to time. But just from the creativity of it alone to delve back into the first movie through the second movie and find ways to tie into the first movie, And make things that already existed within the first movie, make them that way because of the actions of the second movie, which was filmed and created. I think it was something like five years later. It's just fucking amazing from, from that standpoint. And I'm such a fan that my debut novel fractal Available now, SpunToday. com forward slash books, so you can find all the links of all the different places where you can find it. Back to the Future is an inspiration for that story. It is a time travel tale, as I like to say. Furthermore, I dedicated that book to my first [00:14:00] born Aiden, and the quote, the very first quote after the dedication section of the book, is a quote. From back to the future, part one from George McFly to Marty McFly, stating, if you put your mind to it, you can accomplish absolutely anything in him speaking to writing his first novel. So there's a complete tie in on multiple levels there. I fucking love it. I literally have a life size replica of the hoverboard immediately to my left right now. That said, I signed up, or, like, I follow all the different Back to the Future fan pages, official, unofficial. And I saw months before that they were developing the musical. I also subscribed to a bunch of different newsletters having to do with Back to the Future and the DMC newsletter, even from the DeLorean Motor Company. And I signed up to be alerted when the pre sales went on, [00:15:00] and I bought these tickets months in advance, I think something like seven months in advance. That's how much I was anticipating going. So I copped the tickets and my wife and I, shout out to Zoila, sponsored alum, went to go see it and had an amazing time. Being such a fan holding, I'm both holding the musical to a very high bar. I don't want them to fuck it up while at the same time being completely biased and knowing that I'll find a way to love it some way or another. So holding my love for the story. And the history of the film aside, as much as is humanly possible and attempting to be objective, I personally thought they knocked it out the park. Now they clearly didn't have, I'm not sure if Back to the Future, if it's old enough, I think it came out in 89, where the story itself is public domain or if they actually got the rights to [00:16:00] retell the story in this format. Because I don't believe that Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale were involved with the musical. I could be wrong, but I don't believe they were. And I wonder if certain choices that they made throughout the musical had to do with not having the full rights, or if they had to do with just trying to retell the story on the stage. Because although it was still very, very, very true to the original Back to the Future 1 film, which was another thing that I was curious about if they were going to try to encapsulate all three films within the musical, but it wasn't. It was just a retelling of the first one. But everything is not, you know, word for word, verbatim, although it does have a lot of the same key scenes. But then... Certain other key, certain other key scenes. For example, the famous skateboard [00:17:00] scene in front of the diner, when Biff and his crew chase Marty and wind up crashing into the manure truck and Marty's getting around the skateboard, they didn't redo that scene, but in its place, they kind of extend the scene of the lunchroom where. Marty first confronts Biff, you know, where they both kind of grab each other and make fists and they're about to punch each other, but then Strickland shows up and breaks it up, essentially. And Biff tells him, why don't you make like a tree and, and get out of here. They elongated that scene instead and made that the chase scene and made it so that Biff was chasing Marty throughout the lunchroom. He was jumping over tables and hitting him with lunch trays and running through the school. And they had an original musical number there. So they took certain liberties that way. I guess it was easier to do [00:18:00] it that way. If it wasn't a licensing issue or concern, it was easier, it must have been easier to put that together versus the actual skateboard scene and having multiple cars and etc. But it was something that I was curious about. It was kind of interactive in that, you know, like they had the enchantment on the the sea dance and during it when Marvin Barry and the Starlighters are playing Earth Angel there were in the actual theater there was Bubbles, there was a bubble machine or something. There was bubbles going all throughout so we were in the first few rows and you know, we could swat the bubbles and that kind of built the atmosphere around around the whole thing And of course he did the Johnny B. Good scene in terms of the cast, all phenomenal. The gentleman who plays doc killed it. Oh, and that was another thing also, they did not do the, you know, terrorist Libyan terrorist [00:19:00] shooting scene, which I guess to make it more PG they made it that doc was using the plutonium for the 1. 21 gigawatt reaction that he needs. Within the flux capacitor to make the time travel possible, but that he was using an old radiation suit, which wasn't completely insulated. And that's how he wound up dying initially versus getting shot by the terrorists. But yeah, the gentleman who played doc amazing, super funny, steals the show. The guy who plays Marty's spot on, did a great job. But the person who played Crispin Glover's character of George McFly dead on balls accurate to quote Marissa Tomei fucking amazing spot on like they could reshoot back to the future drop this gentleman in place of [00:20:00] Kristen Crispin Glover who legend has it was like an absolute asshole on set and that's why he wasn't in part two or three, but. Drop him into that role and you wouldn't tell the difference. He was amazing. Fucking awesome. The guy who played Biff was really good. Really looked the part. Which brings me to the number one star of the show. The DeLorean. They did it so ill that it looked like an actual real DeLorean that was up there. I guess they just, you know, it's just like the outsides or whatever, but it really looked like an actual replica real DeLorean. And it's obviously the moment that all the fans are anticipating the most, you know, when they first see the DeLorean, which they did the big reveal and like the same same way at Twin Pines mall, [00:21:00] which then becomes Lone Pines mall at the end when Marty runs over. Old Man Peabody's Pine Tree. Symbolizing how the littlest change in the past could affect have a ripple effect on the future. But they did an amazing job with the car itself and then with the actual time travel sequence. So the theater, the decor of it, can't also, this is how it also immersed the, the crowd aside from the bubbles thing from, from earlier. The decor. The balconies on the sides, on the left, on the left and the right, they were also part of the decor. Like there weren't people sitting in the seats there. Instead, they had this metal widgets and circuitry spanning all of the balconies. And during the time travel sequence, like when Marty accidentally goes back to 1955, all those start lighting up in different [00:22:00] colors and it's reminiscent of the flux capacitor and the lights around the actual DeLorean, which they also show and really immerse you and bring you into it in that way. And then at the end, which was even more amazing because they could have just done that again. They with like a crane or something, something you couldn't see, but some sort of lift, they lift up the DeLorean. For the scene where, you know, the clock tower scene when he's going back to the future. They lift up the DeLorean and push it forward into the crowd. So it's hovering above us almost. Like above, the first couple rows. Not completely, but just enough for it to be off of the stage. Can you imagine the fucking lawsuit that thing would have fallen or something? But obviously it was secure and it was just so ill the way they did it. And I couldn't have been happier with Back to the Future the musical. I definitely, definitely highly recommend.[00:23:00] If I have the chance to see it again, I definitely will. Tickets should be a lot more reasonable now. That's the only issue I had with it. Although I was willing to pay, so whatever. But apparently it's not doing well, or as well as anticipated. And the. Ticket prices. I checked the day of for my same seat and it Was like 40 percent less in terms of the actual pricing But that aside it was an amazing experience. I Loved every bit of it. If you're back to the future fan as I am you will too Back to the future the musical Check it out HBO's original series succession Is a series that ran from 2018 to 2023. Like I mentioned in the intro, I didn't start watching the series until 2023. Literally while the final season was, was airing. [00:24:00] So, that came with the benefit of being able to binge it and see it all the way through. But in terms of sharing some of my personal takeaways and tidbits here. It's it shows a bit out of the zeitgeist. And some references might be dated, but we'll share them nonetheless for posterity. Here is the official synopsis. The Roy family is known for controlling the biggest media and entertainment company in the world. However, their world changes when their father steps down from the company. And as we like to do here on the Spun Today podcast, I wanted to shout out each and every one of the writers, starting with the show's creator, Jesse Armstrong. Followed by Jamie Carragher, Susan Soon Hee Stanton, Alice Birch, Miriam Batty, She a Batty, she knows she a 10. Georgia Pritchett, Tony Roche, Nathan Elston, Callie Hirshaway, [00:25:00] John Brown, Will Tracy, Lucy Preble, Jonathan Glaser, Ted Cohen, Anna Jordan, Mary Laws, and Will Arbery. Shout out to each and every one of the writers on Succession who put together an amazing show. And I particularly want to shout out the, the writers in this particular series, because they took what is the embodiment of quote unquote evil rich people, you know, just like the vile borderline sociopathic Narcissistic archetype of, you know, the greedy, quote, unquote, greedy, rich people. And they made us, the viewers, through the strong characters that they created, that the writers created, and that the actors, which were phenomenal, and I'll speak to it in a minute, brought to life. They made us, as the audience, connect [00:26:00] with those characters, and in some cases, in a lot of cases, actually root for them to win. Which, if you take a step back and look at the ruthlessness with how they navigate the world with little to no care of who or how they affected others. When you look at it objectively through that lens, it's like, fuck these people. But since they're developed so richly as characters, and it's such a character driven show in my opinion. we still connect with them and root for them on a human level. And that I think is a testament again to just amazing writing. So shout out again to the writers there. Now the cast absolutely killed it. Kieran Culkin is one of my favorite characters. He plays Roman Roy, the youngest of the four children. Brian Cox is the matriarch, the Rupert Murdoch like character who [00:27:00] created this Conglomerate multi billion dollar company. He's just amazing. Tom Wombs Gans played by Matthew McFadden. Such a cool character. Very selfish. It turns out as, as all of them have traits of selfishness, but he was in it for himself from the jump and. He plays possum throughout, so much so that he's married to Shiv Roy, the daughter, played by Sarah Snook, also does a great job, but she's like a, you know, princess, always gets what she wants, kinda has the quote unquote trophy husband, cheats on him, and he just takes it all, and his character is such that you hate him at first, so. because he's such a pushover and you're like yo stand up for yourself you fucking pussy then you wind up rooting for [00:28:00] him then you wind up finding out that either he's been running a game the entire time or he just got caught up in it and began running a game somewhere along the line and became fed up great characters both in real life British I believe it's a good job with the American accents there Same as Logan Logan Roy's character, Brian Cox. And by British, that's just my dumb American interpretation of their accent. You know, it could be Australian, Zealand, or who knows. Conroy, the eldest half brother played by Alan Ruck. Shout out to Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Really cool character. Shout out to the Conheads out there. Jeremy Strong. Not the eldest, but the eldest of the full siblings of the three, you know, Kieran Culkin's character, Sarah Snook's character, and himself, Kendall Roy. He was the heir to the throne, if you will. And in the very [00:29:00] first episode, which sets the stage for the entire series, the first half of the episode is him going through The process of getting ready to take over the company because the father had announced his retirement. He was gonna step down Kendall Roy is gonna take over and in that very first episode the father winds up Literally fucking him over and saying nah, I changed my mind. He's like, wait, what my You changed your mind. I'm supposed to take over next week. He was like now let's give it a couple more years I decided to stay on He was like, but we announced it to the world and the, you know, it's a publicly traded company and the stock and this and that and blah blah blah. He was like, yeah, that's all bullshit. Don't worry about it. And you have this tension within the family always throughout the entire series of the son trying to take over from the father, the father trying to maintain control, the father getting sick, the other siblings trying to vie for control, sometimes being on the same page with each other, most of the time not, and just like this complete [00:30:00] dysfunction. And it was such an interesting, family dynamic that really keeps you hooked. I also thought it was particularly interesting the way that the show was shot. And I got this from some of the, not behind the scenes, but the extras of the show where they, you know, interview different characters and they also have a podcast, et cetera. So I don't remember if it's from one of the extras or from the actual podcast, but one of the directors, I think the main one Mark Millard. Maybe it was Jesse Armstrong, the creator of the show, but they were breaking down how they shot in a way where they zoom in to the actual characters for emotional exclamation points. So they called it. And you notice that throughout the entire series where they'll, you know, they'll shoot a scene and then. For the character reaction, they'll zoom in to the character's face, which is pretty interesting. And he also mentioned that on set, they [00:31:00] always kept live cameras around so that the art, the actors themselves, they didn't know when they were being shot or not. So it forced them essentially to stay in character. And he likened it to filming theater, similar to when you go see a play. How all the characters, as long as they're on stage, they're in character, you know, that whether they're the main focus of a scene or not, or a background character, they're always doing something. They're always on, if you will, then I'm going to jump to in season two, episode 10, I jetted down here. There was a dope line that Logan Roy said again, the matriarch of the family played by Brian Cox, and he was speaking to money and wealth and how most things don't exist. Or companies rather. And he said that the Ford motor company hardly exists. He said that it's just a time saving expression for a collection of financial [00:32:00] interests. Again, all the Ford motor company was to this psychopath was just a time saving expression for a collection of financial interests. I thought that was such an interesting way, such a financially motivated lens to view the world through. And I just love the way that was phrased. All the four Ford Motor Company is, is just a time saving expression for a collection of financial interests. Jesus. There's a lot of double crossing in the show the siblings with each other, the father to the, to the kids, the kids to the father. There's a point in the season two finale where you think Kendall is going to rise to the occasion and, you know, be the heir to the throne that the father, [00:33:00] you know, wants him to be, that is grooming him to be. But he winds up double crossing his father again, as he did multiple times throughout the series. And I thought it was interesting that he had a lot of ups and downs, you know, he had addiction issues in the show. They reference all the time that he had a stint in rehab. And just from a mindset perspective, he was always either completely out of it and crying and in the dumps or completely manic and on the fucking ball. He reminded me a lot of Kanye. And or the public version of Kanye that we've been seeing in. You know, recent news and media cycles and all the drama around the Kardashians and all that shit and his manic episodes. That's what he was reminiscent of to me. I loved the relationship between two main characters, both outsiders of the family in their own right, which was Tom Wamskantz, which I [00:34:00] mentioned earlier, which was the husband of the daughter, Shiv Roy. His relationship with Greg Hirsch, played by Nicholas Braun, which is a second cousin, extended cousin to the family that they barely know, but that works his way into the fold and Tom brings him under his wing kind of because he sees himself in, in Greg in some ways, you know, being an outsider of the family, but also because he wants to have someone to have power over. And he finally found someone lower than him on the totem pole, if you will, within this family structure. And they just have a back and forth, funny, quippy, really interesting dynamic throughout the entire series. And I'll wrap it up with a, a line of dialogue from Alan Ruck's character, Connor Roy, when it spoiler alert, this happened in season four, episode seven. But Connor, who decides to run for president, out of all things, of the [00:35:00] United States, and Kieran Culkin's character, Roman Roy, hilariously tells him, don't you think you should try for something smaller first? You know, maybe like running a CVS or something? But Connor gets himself in a position where... essentially his actual, you know, the two rivals for, for president, the Democrat and the Republican running, they're neck and neck, like razor sharp, you know, 49 percent to 49 percent margins. And Connor is polling at like 1 percent or something like that. It's something, something sick that pretty much put him in a position to make a deal with one of the other guys where he would drop out of the race and His supporters would vote for that person, and that person would essentially become the, the president. And he's trying to see what he can get, you know, what position he could get from the person that would ultimately win. And one of them offers him to be the diplomat of Alman, which is a [00:36:00] country that I had never heard of. And he tells him that it's an interesting thought. He'll, he'll definitely mull it over. And that Oman is the poor man's Saudi Arabia and the rich man's Yemen. And again, I just thought what an interesting way to view the world and view things. But yeah, yo succession dope show. I definitely recommend you guys check it out if you're into that type of thing. It's supposed to be loosely based on Rupert Murdoch and you know, Fox news, that type of billion dollar conglomerate company and the tension and dynamics. Within his children, for example Rupert Murdoch, I think I've spoken about here on the past. One of them is like liberal, liberal leaning, which is kind of like Shiv's character in succession. And the other one is very conservative. Then they're both vying for succession of Fox, for example. So this show is loosely based on that, or at the very least, it's like one of those are imitates life imitates art type of things. [00:37:00] But that is my little recap and review on Succession, streaming now on HBO Max. Check it out. Goat doing goat shit. And I want to create a drop for, specific to this segment of the podcast because it is a recurring one. And I have some things that I've been tinkering with and working on. But speaking it aloud to see if I can hold myself to task because I've been meaning to do that, , forever. I just haven't gotten around to it, but the goats doing goat shit segment is a segment where I like to celebrate the true champions of greatness and highlight the phenomenal achievements of extraordinary individuals, especially when they do things that they do not have to do. And in this episode's edition of goats doing goat shit, I'd like to welcome none other Then Sean P. Diddy Combs to the list. Now, for the longest time, and still, [00:38:00] Puffy is known as being a ruthless businessman, if you will. Someone who hustled and busted his ass and built and created bad boy entertainment, which has brought us countless acts and music that we all love to this day. And many, many artists, but one thing that he did in building his empire from the ground up was recreate the, what some may say myself included, archaic, traditional, let's call them music artist deals, where the label that signs an artist winds up owning their publishing their masters, essentially making the lion's share of the money that is to be made from the art created by the actual artist. And the artist is often times in doing this type of bad business left fending for scraps. And music artists, [00:39:00] historically, this has happened to across different genres since the beginning of time. Some but few and far between have had more savvy, you know, teams and lawyers and sound financial advice around them and just the foresight of ownership. of your creation, being able to reap the benefits of it in perpetuity versus, you know, taking a bigger bag up front, but then never being able to profit from it down the line. So that's definitely been the biggest knock, in my opinion, on, on Puffy over the years in this respect. As of September of 2023, it became public that Puffy was returning his publishing rights. Which, by the way, he did not legally have to do. Returning the publishing rights to the artists and songwriters that helped him build Bad Boy Entertainment. Folks like Ma$e, which was the most vocal, [00:40:00] and actually recently dropped, and by recently I mean within the last year or two, diss tracks and did a lot of interviews and references to all of this, which are actually pretty good. Faith, The Locks, which is another vocal components of, you know, Puffy's business practices, 112, and the estate of Biggie, the Notorious B. I. G. They are all getting, or have gotten, their publishing back because the paperwork and agreements have all been signed and are actually finalized. And according to Puffy, in an interview that he gave to Billboard. He had a lot of offers back in like 2021 when, you know, like folks like Justin Timberlake and Shakira and a lot of folks were selling their, their publishing, their, their catalogs for like a hundred million dollars, $300 million, et cetera. He got an offer, an alleged nine figure [00:41:00] offer. To purchase his catalog, which included all the publishing that he owned, owned legally from all these artists. And that's when he supposedly decided to not sell and give the publishing back to the respective artists. It just took a lot of time between then and now to actually execute the legal documentation, etc. But I thought that was a dope move. It wasn't something that he had to legally do. Did Puffy make, over the decades, a shitload of money off everybody's catalog? Yes, of course he did. Was he legally correct to do so? Yes, he was. Whether it was ethical or moral or not, and hypocritical in some sense, those are all valid criticisms in my opinion, but he wasn't technically or legally... it wasn't something he had to do. So I definitely applaud him for doing [00:42:00] so. I'm always of the mentality of just own your shit and be of the mindset that if someone, a publishing company, a label, if you're in music, a publishing company, if you're in, you know, writing or creating different types of art, a platform, et cetera, if they're coming to you with a bag, To purchase outright, whatever it is that you created big bag, small bag, whatever. They would also pay you for just licensing it. It'll be a smaller bag, but in my opinion, and I'm not the fucking Messiah here, but in my opinion, if you're offering me a big bag to just own my shit outright, it's because you from a financial standpoint, believe that you're going to make that money back and more over time. So it would also be a sound business move from your perspective to license [00:43:00] it for a smaller bag for a shorter period of time, because you will also make your money back within that shorter period of time. And then some, and in that type of scenario, you keep your shit then afterwards, license it out to someone else, make money off of it yourself, maintain the ownership. So you could do whatever it is that you want with it in the future. Turn your book into a movie, turn it into a TV series after that, do both at the same time, turn it into a fucking VR spectacle that hasn't even been created yet, but will exist in 10, 15 years. And since you have the ownership of your IP, you could do that instead of handing it over for a bit bigger bag now, and then the company that purchased it from you. Maintains that ability moving forward. So again, with that said, I'd like to welcome Sean P. Diddy Combs officially onto the Spuntoday goats doing goat shit list. [00:44:00] And that folks was episode 243 of the Spuntoday podcast. Thank each and every one of you very much for listening. I really, really appreciate it. Before I let you go, just wanted to tell you guys about a Few quick ways that you can help support the spun today podcast. If you so choose, you continue support is amazing. I appreciate it very, very much. Whether you're using my affiliate link to shop on Amazon, which you can find that spun today. com forward slash support, or you're buying t shirts or coffee mugs or my books sponsored. com forward slash books, or using any of my affiliate links that all can be found that spun today. com forward slash support. Which will get you a discount on whatever said thing that it is that you're looking for that I have an affiliate link for. Whichever way you choose to support, it means a ton. I really, really appreciate it and just wanted to say thank you. Here's a breakdown of a few of the different ways you can help support the [00:45:00] Spun Today podcast if you so choose. And I'll check you all out next time. Peace.
Intro song: "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing" by Aerosmith (from Armageddon)10. "In Your Eyes" by Peter Gabriel (from Say Anything)9. "Don't You Forget About Me" by Simple Minds (from Breakfast Club)8. "Twist and Shout" by The Beatles (from Ferris Bueller's Day Off)7. "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins (from Top Gun)6. "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen (from Wayne's World)Outro song: "Book of Days" by Enya (from Far and Away)Vote for your favorite song from today's episodeAnd if you haven't:Vote on Episode 1Vote on Episode 2Vote on Episode 3
Kicking the new season off with a bang. This is something we all need. This is the best thing you can do for yourself.
Blind Hog and Acorn got up WAY before the crack of dawn and drove to Jeff City to attend a Parasite Management in Small Ruminants seminar, hosted by Lincoln University. Acorn thought, "might as well- it is free" and danged if she did not learn something new.After lectures and hands-on with sheeps (checking the color of their eyelids) it was time to have fun with manure pellets and microscopes! The program host made sure we all were instructed to "wash your hands when you are done with the microscopes and before you eat..." LOL...Flu shots received for 2023... Knocked Acorn on her ass for a couple days but she rebounded strongly. Sadly, fixing the Massey Ferguson is still out of her grasp. Blind Hog has been clipping the fields and paddocks with the big Baby Elephant (the Mahindra 55)... Hey, it works just fine but does leave quite the footprint in the fields.
Rodney Smith was a photographic visionary, with an allegiance to the image above all else. Long acclaimed for his iconic black-and-white pictures—not to forget his later jewel-like color scenes—Smith captured enchanted worlds full of subtle magic and lighthearted humor. Using only analog film and the aesthetics of natural light, his dream-like photographs are matched in quality by the craft and physical beauty of his prints. Smith died in 2016, yet the enduring precision, elegance, and whimsy of his world view is nowhere more evident than in our conversation with Leslie Smolan, his widow and executive director of his estate; and his long-time assistant, master printer Terence Falk. Listen in as Smolan discusses key aspects of Smith's career development and describes her recent collaboration with the J. Paul Getty Museum on the book, Rodney Smith: A Leap of Faith. And Falk provides firsthand anecdotes about the unique experience of working on a Rodney Smith shoot—an experience that led one powerful New York executive to call his secretary from a midtown pay phone and exclaim, “I feel like I'm in Ferris Bueller's Day Off!” As New York Fashion Week ushers in the fall season, we're looking back on the career of one of the most distinctive photographers to infuse business and fashion with a timeless sense of style and grace. Guests: Leslie Smolan and Terence Falk For more information on our guests and their gear they use, see: The Estate of Rodney Smith Website: rodneysmith.com/ The Estate of Rodney Smith Facebook: www.facebook.com/rodneysmithphotography/ The Estate of Rodney Smith Instagram: www.instagram.com/_rodneysmith/ The Estate of Rodney Smith Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/rodneysmithpics/ Rodney Smith Lecture at the B&H Event Space: www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photog…mith-1970-2016 Conversation about Rodney Smith at FIT Amphitheater: www.fitnyc.edu/museum/events/index.php Rodney Smith Exhibition at Staley Wise Gallery in New York: www.staleywise.com/exhibitions/rodney-smith2 Rodney Smith: A Remembrance with Dr Rebecca Senf: santafeworkshops.com/creativity-con…-rebecca-senf/ Rodney Smith: A Leap of Faith book: shop.getty.edu/products/rodney-s…th-978-1606068465
We're kicking off back to school season with the ultimate day off in Chicago. While this movie is technically about Ferris, it's really about Cameron, and of course Jeannie. To say nothing of the perils of Ed and Grace! And then there's Mr. Bueller's outings in that red Audi, Katie Bueller's fashion choices, Best Supporting Simone, that girl from “Legend”, the well-endowed garage attendant, a Comeback cameo, a one scene Sheen, Nurse Florence, a potential future telenovela star, a gay maitre'd, and of course that girl on the bus with the hot gummy bears. In some ways, this movie is about everyone but Ferris. Want even more Alright Mary? Become a Matreon at the Sister Mary level to get access to our thoughts on the shows we're watching currently, plus movie reviews and past seasons of US Drag Race, UK, Canada, Down Under, Philippines and more.Join us at our OnlyMary's level for EVEN MORE movie reviews, brackets, and deep dives into our personal lives!Patreon: www.patreon.com/alrightmaryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @alrightmarypodJohnny: @johnnyalso (Instagram)Colin: @colindrucker_ (Instagram)Web: www.alrightmary.comThis episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/alrightmary!
If the eighties had a face, it would be Matthew Broderick. Arguably the greatest of all teen actors, he made perhaps the signature comedy of the era, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and if that 1986 classic had been the old movie he ever made, he would still be a legend. But Broderick's had a pretty great career; even if recent years, he's taken an extended break from the big screen and primarily focused his energy on the stage. Bursting onto the scene in John Badham's 1983 computer hacking classic WarGames, Broderick made quite a few solid eighties flicks in addition to Ferris Bueller. There's 1985's Ladyhawke, where he's improbably cast as a French thief from the Middle Ages, Biloxi Blues, Project X, and the Civil War classic Glory. The nineties were mostly good to Broderick, with him voicing Simba in The Lion King and starring in The Cable Guy, Godzilla, Inspector Gadget and the cult classic Election. Through it all, Broderick often ventured back to Broadway, winning two Tony's, one from Brighton Beach Memoirs and another for How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. On the stage, he had, arguably, the biggest success of his career (other than Ferris Bueller) by co-starring in Mel Brooks' Tony-winning phenomenon, The Producers, opposite Nathan Lane. Since then, he's been among the most bankable Broadway stars, but his screen career took a backseat. In this episode of WTF Happened to this Celebrity, we look at his career highs (Ferris), lows (a tragic episode in London that remains controversial to this day) and future!
#63: 2023 Taiwan Film Festival of Boston This year is the Fifth Annual Taiwan Film Festival of Boston! -- 2023 Theme: Faces of Life 09/23 10:30 AM Opening Remarks & Day Off《本日公休》 12:40 PM Q&A and Panel Discussion w/ Director 傅天余 Tien-Yu Fu 01:40 PM Coo-Coo 043《一家子兒咕咕叫》 Restricted ▍輔導級 未滿 12歲孩童不得觀賞 04:15 PM Can You Hear Me?《講話沒有在聽》 05:30 PM Reception (separate ticket) 09/24 10:00 AM The Lucky Woman《逃跑的人》 11:30 AM Q&A and Panel Discussion w/ Director 曾文珍 Wen-Chen Tseng 12:30 PM City of Lost Things《廢棄之城》 02:20 PM Blue Gate Crossing《藍色大門》 03:45 PM Q&A and Panel Discussion w/ Director 易智言 Chih-Yen Yee 04:45 PM Closing Ceremony -- Tickets and details: https://taiwanfilmfest.org/ https://www.instagram.com/tffboston/ https://www.facebook.com/TFFBoston/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/twdiaspora/support
Speaking of Women, Los' Lounge cohost Jazmine is back finally for Season 3. I am thrilled to go over several topics such as Kvennesfry or "Day Off". The Icelandic Women's Strike in 1975. Their story in my opinion was revolutionary especially for what it meant it the Gender Pay gap. The therapy that can be Grocery shopping. Someone went to Jamaica recently! True Or False - Can Jazmine beat our other cohosts Harry's score of 2out of 5? Plus new music by Los. Billy Porter, Bob Barker, Homeowning and more on this episode with the return of The First Lady of the Lounge Jazmine. Hit Subscribe on the YouTube Channel and don't forget to Rate or Review the show. Your support and streams mean everything. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/los-reyes101/message
Struggling with work-life balance as a shift worker? I promise you, this episode is a treasure trove of actionable advice and strategies to take your rest days from blah to rejuvenating. I'm Roger Sutherland, your guide on this journey, combining my experiences as a seasoned shift worker and certified nutritionist to empower you to create a more balanced, healthier shift work lifestyle. We'll look into the science of circadian rhythm, the power of sunlight and the importance of a well-planned day off.As we move further into the conversation, we'll explore the need to disconnect from screens, cherish quality time with loved ones, and build habits of reflection and gratitude. I'll also share my personal blueprint for thriving in shift work, with a special focus on mental health and maintaining momentum. The techniques discussed are evidence-based and designed to help you not just survive, but thrive as a shift worker. So, come aboard and let's redefine our shift work lifestyle together, fostering health and balance with every step.Support the show YOU CAN FIND ME AT Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube COACHING One2One Coaching One Off Consults ________________________ FREE E-BOOK - “The best way to eat on Night shift” IN-HOUSE SEMINARS - Enquire Here _____________________ Disclaimer: Roger Sutherland is not a doctor or a medical professional. Always consult a physician before implementing any strategies mentioned in this podcast. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Roger Sutherland will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of the information contained in this podcast including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness, or death. _______________________
A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat is one of my favorite paintings. A few years ago I had the pleasure of standing in front of this massive masterwork at the Art Institute of Chicago while having an expert show me a few of the painting hidden secrets. You may, if you grew up in the 80's like I did remember this painting from the 1986 moving Ferris Bueller's Day Off where Matthew Broderick's character skips school and, in one scene becomes lost in this painting. Seurat used a technique called pointillism to create his painting. Simply put pointillism is the of making dots of color lay side by side or on top of each other such that when you step back you don't see the original color or the dot but rather the mixture of color and the images created by the thousands of individual points. The experience of seeing “A Sunday Afternoon” up close versus stepping back and taking the painting in from a distance couldn't be more diametrically opposed. So, how does Seurat's painting, the technique he used an the simple act of laying one dot of color next to another teach us about how our brain works and how we can harness if for peak performance? That's what we will be exploring today on The EVOLVE Podcast. Follow Us! EVOLVE Insta: https://www.instagram.com/official_evolve_podcast/ Steve Cutler Insta: https://www.instagram.com/stevecutler_/ W Myles Reilly Insta: https://www.instagram.com/wmyles.reilly/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/stevecutler_ Web: https://www.evolve-cast.com The EVOLVE Podcast is produced by Steve Cutler, all rights reserved. The mission of the EVOLVE Podcast is to empower people to disrupt their lives to EVOLVE their body, mind, soul and tribe. Steve Cutler helps people and organizations Evolve to higher levels. As a coach and consultant Steve has helped hundreds of people and businesses improve processes and protocols that have led to skyrocketing performance. With over 20 years in health, fitness, tech and entrepreneurial ventures Steve brings a strong background in operations, marketing, sales, and financial performance. Currently Steve runs EVOLVE, a lifestyle clothing, coaching and consulting business. Steve is the host of the EVOLVE Podcast, a podcast that disrupts peoples lives leading them to greater growth and evolution. #evolve #evolvepodcast #stevecutler #disrupt
#62: 2023 波士頓台灣影展 今年是波士頓台灣影展 的第五週年！ -- (00:47) 介紹波士頓台灣影展的原始故事 (2:28) 介紹今年的主題： 臉譜 (4:02) 電影： 藍色大門 (4:21) 電影： 廢棄之城 (4:37) 電影： 講話沒有在聽 (4:57) 電影： 一家子男咕咕叫 (5:13) 電影： 逃跑的人 (5:37) 電影： 本日公休 (6:22) 導演介紹： 傅天余 導演 (7:30) 導演介紹： 曾文珍 導演 (8:03) 導演介紹： 易智言 導演 (11:15) 第五週年招待晚夜 (12:28) 孫邊來波士頓玩能看到的景點 (13:21) 介紹座談會的組織人 (14:48) 策展團最期待的電影 (19:21) 支持影展的方法 -- 2023 Theme： Faces of Life 臉譜 09/23 10:30 AM Opening Remarks & Day Off《本日公休》 12:40 PM Q&A and Panel Discussion w/ Director 傅天余 Tien-Yu Fu 01:40 PM Coo-Coo 043《一家子兒咕咕叫》 Restricted ▍輔導級 未滿 12歲孩童不得觀賞 04:15 PM Can You Hear Me?《講話沒有在聽》 05:30 PM Reception (separate ticket) 09/24 10:00 AM The Lucky Woman《逃跑的人》 11:30 AM Q&A and Panel Discussion w/ Director 曾文珍 Wen-Chen Tseng 12:30 PM City of Lost Things《廢棄之城》 02:20 PM Blue Gate Crossing《藍色大門》 03:45 PM Q&A and Panel Discussion w/ Director 易智言 Chih-Yen Yee 04:45 PM Closing Ceremony -- 購票 Tickets and details: https://taiwanfilmfest.org/ https://www.instagram.com/tffboston/ https://www.facebook.com/TFFBoston/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/twdiaspora/support
This week on the podcast, we discuss Taren's first "race" in three and a half years. We dive into a study about endurance athletes and mental health issues. And we have a solid Q&A section, including how to modify training when you work a job where you're on your feet OR a job with crazy hours... and more! To get your question answered on the app, find @triathlontaren on Instagram, send a DM that starts with the line "Question For The Podcast". To get a free training plan, visit mymottiv.com.
The most famous day off in movies comes to the club. It's "Ferris Bueller's Day Off' Actor Jesse Harley is here to discuss it all with Host and Comedian Steve Mazan. Is this John Hughes best? Is it all a dream? What's it got to do with The Fonz? Why do people spontaneously dance in Chicago? Was Rooney robbed of an Oscar? All these questions and more get answered on this week's Mazan Movie Club Podcast. "Ferrris Bueller" on IMDb Home of the Mazan Movie Club Steve Mazan on Instagram Home of Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan
Xolo Maridueña (Blue Beetle, Cobra Kai, Parenthood) can't promote his new DC superhero film Blue Beetle because of SAG-AFTRA strike restrictions, but you can still get to know him offscreen. Take a listen to this talk Xolo and I taped a couple of years ago, when Netflix's Cobra Kai was all the rage. In this pre-recorded talk, Xolo answers your burning Cobra Kai questions. Plus we talk movies, his Mexican, Cuban, Ecuadorian roots, moving out of his parents' house, what Billy Zabka and Ralph Macchio are REALLY like, and more. What a fun guest! You'll really like him. We get into: All your Cobra Kai questions Cobra Kai seasons 3 and 4 Playing Miguel Cobra Kai vs. Miyagi-Do Who's the good guy + who's the basd guy The Karate Kid movie Billy Zabka, Ralph Macchio and the fab Cobra Kai cast 80s references and nostalgia If he does his own karate stunts Playing Victor on Parenthood Steve Buscemi, John Leguizamo, Oscar Isaac, Shia LaBoeuf, Hillary Swank, Steve Carell land more The Godfather, Pulp Fiction, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and more Fargo, American Horror Story, Ozark and more Xolo's Latinx and Aztec roots and the meaning of his name His best friends, including one guy you know! Miami humidity Being a foodie, actor, writer and more The writing process - and its horrors! What he wants to do for the rest of his life SWEET! Watch Xolo & me on YouTube: YouTube.com/ReallyFamous Cobra Kai (10 min) https://youtu.be/Qf9cotRfEOc Full (52 min) https://youtu.be/xLnQI0Pjn3Y Watch Xolo on Cobra Kai, on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/81002370 reallyfamouspodcast.com/live-shows # GET IN TOUCH: Insider news - ReallyFamousPodcast.com/contact Instagram - @karamayerrobinson Facebook - @karamayerrobinson Twitter - @kara1to1 Subscribe to my YouTube channel - YouTube.com/ReallyFamous Email - email@example.com # Donate $1 or $5 or anything you like to Really Famous and get a shoutout from me on the show - ReallyFamousPodcast.com/donate # Celebrity interview by Kara Mayer Robinson. Music - Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech - Creative Commons
Whay Mark Normand does on a daty off.How Nate Bargatze knew he had made it.Folks are mad about a comedian's fat suitOmid Djalili on cancel cluture Dean Baptiste's insprationThe producer of Weird (Al movie) on not having to do any reasearch!Support the show! Join the $2 Club! at Buy Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/dailycomedynews www.linktr.ee/dailycomedynews Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/dcnpod - join us to to discuss comedy and your favorite comedians. YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@dailycomedynews?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram is @dailycomedynews https://www.instagram.com/dailycomedynews/?hl=en Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/dailycomedynews/ AI generated transcripts at www.dailycomedynews.com Twitter is @dcnpod because the person with what I want tweeted once Email: john at thesharkdeck dot com Daily Comedy News commentary includes satire and parody. Daily Comedy News is a production of The Shark Deck, the leading company in short form daily podcastsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4522158/advertisement
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An ode to William Friedkin, Ferris Bueller and more on 4k and an avalanche of great Asian cinema and Hong Kong classics. DigiGods Podcast, 08/22/23 (M4a) — 49.5 MB right click to save Subscribe to the DigiGods Podcast In this episode, the Gods discuss: After Hours (4k UHD Blu-ray) Akira Kurosawa's Dreams (4k UHD Blu-ray) Alienoid (Blu-ray) Aloners (DVD) Angel Face (Blu-ray) Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret (Blu-ray) The Assassination Bureau (Blu-ray) Asteroid City (Blu-ray) Babylon 5: The Road Home (Blu-ray) Battle Kaiju Series 01 – Ultraman vs. Red King Blu-ray (DVD) Beau is Afraid (Blu-ray) Bo Widerberg's New Swedish Cinema (The Baby Carriage, Elvira Madigan, Raven's End, Adalen 31) (Blu-ray) Book Club: The Next Chapter (Blu-ray) The Boy With Green Hair (Blu-ray) The Brave Archer Collection (The Brave Archer, The Brave Archer II, The Brave Archer III, The Brave Archer and His Mate, Little Dragon Maiden) (Blu-ray) Breathless (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Broadway Melody (1929) (Blu-ray) Broker (Blu-ray) Caged (Blu-ray) Cimarron (Blu-ray) Code of the Assassins (Blu-ray/DVD) The Courtship of Eddie's Father (Blu-ray) Cracked (DVD) The Damned Don't Cry (Blu-ray) Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart (Blu-ray) DuBarry Was a Lady (Blu-ray) East of Eden (4k UHD Blu-ray) Ender's Game (4k UHD Blu-ray) Ender's Game (DVD) Enter the Dragon (4k UHD Blu-ray) Fast X (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Fastest Gun Alive (Blu-ray) Fear the Walking Dead” Complete Seasons 1-7 (DVD) Ferris Bueller's Day Off (4k UHD Blu-ray) Fist of the Condor (Blu-ray) Fool's Paradise (Blu-ray) Game Trilogy (Blu-ray) The Grandmaster of Kung Fu (Blu-ray) Hand of Death (Blu-ray) Heart of Dragon (Blu-ray) Helen of Troy (Blu-ray) Hey There, it's Yogi Bear (Blu-ray) In the Line of Duty I-IV (Blu-ray) The Jackie Chan Collection: Volume 1 (1976-1982) [Battle Creek Brawl, Dragon Fist, Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin, The Killer Meteors, Shaolin Wooden Men, To Kill With Intrigue] (Blu-ray) The Jackie Chan Collection: Volume 2 (Winners And Sinners, Wheels On Meals,The Protector, Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Stars, Armour Of God, Armour Of God II: Operation Condor, Crime Story, and City Hunter) (Blu-ray) Justice League: Warworld (4k UHD Blu-ray) King Solomon's Mines (Blu-ray) The Last of Us: The Complete First Season (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Last Starfighter: Collector's Edition (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Last Time I Saw Paris (Blu-ray) The Legend of Fong Sai Yuk / The Legend of Fong Sai Yuk 2 - Jet Li Double Feature (Blu-ray) Legend of Gatotakaca (Blu-ray) Mallrats [Limited Edition] (4k UHD Blu-ray) Night of the Assassin (Blu-ray) Nightbreed Collector's Edition (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Old Man and the Sea (Blu-ray) One False Move (Blu-ray) Project Wolf Hunting (Blu-ray) Queen Christina (Blu-ray) Radiance (DVD) The Ranown Westerns: Five Films Directed by Bud Boetticher (The Tall T, Decision at Sundown, Buchanan Rides Alone, Ride Lonesome, Comanche Station) (4k UHD Blu-ray) Rio Bravo (4k UHD Blu-ray) Roman Holiday (4k UHD Blu-ray) Sakra (Blu-ray) Samurai Wolf 1 & 2 (Blu-ray) Seire (DVD) Shaw Brothers Classics Vol. 2 (Lady of Steel, The Crimson Charm, Brothers Five, The Shadow Whip, The Delightful Forest, The Devil's Mirror, Man of Iron, The Water Margin, The Bride from Hell, Heroes Two, The Flying Guillotine, The Dragon Missile) (Blu-ray) Shaw Brothers Classics, Vol. 1. (The Assassin, The Thundering Sword, The Golden Swallow, The Jade Raksha, The Bells of Death, The Sword of Swords, Killer Darts, The Invincible Fist, Dragon Swamp, The Flying Dagger, The Golden Sword) (Blu-ray) Shawscope Volume Two: Limited Edition Box (King Boxer, The Boxer from Shantung, Five Shaolin Masters / Shaolin Temple, Mighty Peking Man, Challenge of the Masters / Executioners from Shaolin, Chinatown Kid, The Five Venoms aka Five Deadly Venoms / Crippled Avengers, Heroes of the East / Dirty Ho) (Blu-ray) Shin Ultraman (Blu-ray) Sisu (4k UHD Blu-ray) South Park: Season 21 to 25 Collection (Blu-ray) Still the Water (DVD) The Tank (Blu-ray) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) - The Ultimate Collection (DVD) Thelma & Louise (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Tiger Cage Collection (Blu-ray) The Venture Bros.: Radiant is the Blood of the Baboon Heart (Blu-ray) The Venture Bros.: The Complete Series (DVD) Violent Streets (Blu-ray) Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (Blu-ray) Warriors Two (Blu-ray) The Watermelon Woman (Blu-ray) Waterworld [Limited Edition] (4k UHD Blu-ray) Whisper of the Heart (Blu-ray) World War Z (4k UHD Blu-ray) Yakuza Graveyard (Blu-ray) Young Ip Man (Blu-ray) Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain (Blu-ray) Please also visit CineGods.com.
Braga, King, and Ski continue Dog Days of Summer month with Ferris Bueller's Day Off. John Hughes said it's his love letter to Chicago. It's also a blueprint for rich, white privilege in the 80s. It's a classic, but does it hold up? Listen!
An eight-year-old boy tries to investigate the mysterious voices coming from inside the walls of his house. What he finds is a profane podcast his sinister parents have kept hidden from him. On Episode 577 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss Cobweb, from director Samuel Bodin! We also talk about the Mount Rushmore of offbeat superheroes, modern horror that shares DNA with classic horror, and bad sitcoms based on good films. So grab your utility belt with extra spider repellent, get into some aggressive Jack-O-Lanterning, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Chucky Season 3, sleepover at Big Papi's house, “Ass-Soaker”, Chef's French Kiss, Street Trash, King Missile, Detachable Penis, Black Sabbath, invasive pigs, The Toxic Avenger, Lloyd Kaufman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Troma, Orgazmo, Super Fuzz, the Three True Superhero Films, Zapped!, Lion-Girl, Frankie Freako, Conor Sweeney, Reverse Hulk, Ghoulies Go to College, Gremlins, Megapiss, Astron-6, Psycho Goreman, Make Your Own Damn Movie, McFarlane scale, Police Academy, George Burns, Matt McCoy, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Charlie Schlatter, Jennifer Aniston, Ethan Suplee, Joe Begos, Abraham Benrubi, Terence Stamp, Cobweb, Antony Starr, Lizzy Caplan, Cleopatra Coleman, Gary Busey, Luke Busey, Teeth David, Castle Rock, The Conjuring, Impulse, Malignant, The Black Phone, ambiguous endings, dark Martha and Jonathan Kent, Edgar Allan Poe, Brothers Grimm, Axel Foley, Karl Urban, Jerk and Clean, Willy Wompa and the Icicle Factory, and Don't Hate the Busey Hate the Game.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
The Matildas will take on England tonight in a World Cup semi-final. If they win and go on to take out the entire tournament do we really deserve a public holiday? Today, ABC Grandstand's Quentin Hull on when politics and sport mix and why we've all jumped on the Matildas bandwagon. Featured: Quentin Hull, ABC Grandstand commentator
The pod moves pretty fast, if you don't stop and listen once and a while...you might just miss it! Join Monica and Gracie as they discuss the 1986 classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off. We dive deep this episode asking the questions...who's day off is it really? You won't want to miss it!
With no Daniel this week, Shawn O'Neill joined Justin and producer Andrew to discuss Mariners and Seahawks news. Also, with high school football just around the corner, a local athlete is highlighted as Athlete of the Week. Also, random stuff like Barry Bonds and whitewater rafting.
No, you don't have déjà vu, we are talking about The Italian Job again…only this time it is the 2003 version directed by F. Gary Gray. For The Vault section of our show, Leo is taking us to Never Never Land by talking about Steven Spielberg's Hook. Charles is being a rambunctious high school kid and talking about Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The big picture is The Italian Job, starring Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton, and Jason Statham. Leo and Charles debate, which is the better version 2003 or 1969, enjoy discussing the status of its stars when it was made, and if it should have been called The Italian Job at all. Give a listen and everything will be just fine…
In John Hughes's classic 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the cohort of truant teenagers make a visit to the Art Institute of Chicago, and spend some time with the classic painting by George Seurat, titled Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. One one of the most famous artworks in the world even before that star turn, it has been studied and referenced and riffed on endlessly, and is in fact the subject of at least one musical, and a whole host of academic articles. Painted in 1884 when Seurat was just 27 years old in his self-created pointillist style, the large canvas depicts an idle summer afternoon on an island in the middle of the river Seine, with multiple fashionably dressed figures glimpsed out and about enjoying a day of socializing and relaxing by the water. Artnet's Katie White is the creator and frequent scribe of a popular art history column for the site called "Three Things," where she revisits well-known works of art and offers new ways to look at them. Her article on Seurat's La Grande Jatte has been one of the most popular editions of that column, where she dives into the research about the painting's inspirations and explores some of the unexpected debates about the meaning of this classic image of summer leisure. As we near the end of the summer season, we thought we'd all take a small (virtual) vacation from the news churn, and take a day trip to visit a favorite work of art from the past. This week, Katie speaks to Artnet's chief art critic Ben Davis about this celebrated work of art.
Recently I had to get some time off for a funeral. Not a fun day but it is something most of have to do at some time. I was talking to someone who wasn't coming because their employer would not give them the day off. What? This podcast is for employers and employees on what … Continue reading What to do if you are told you can't have a day off for a funeral | #152 →
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This episode we discuss another 80's classic and ode to Chicago, Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986). We talk about how we faked being sick to get out of school, the genius of John Hughes and his Hughniverse, and discuss the nostalgia of the 80's. We also share some interesting Pub Facts that we hadn't known before this episode.Below is the recipe for the drink of choice as well as our social media handle and website. Leave a rate and review, and we hope you drink and laugh along with us, as well as reach out to us on Instagram!Recipe/Drink: Chicago Handshake Take a shot of Jeppson's Malört, along with an Old Style beerEnjoy! (I guess)Instagram:@thefilmpubWebsite:https://thefilmpub.buzzsprout.com/
Grab your favorite cold drink, kick back, and relax to these Hallmark summer movies that's sure to bring comfort and cheer on your day off. To purchase "Chasing Wind": https://amzn.to/3IGUI6g For other Hallmark movie reviews, be sure to check out the Dear Hallmark YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe7R8-e6d13cee5QMo_Oltw Dear Hallmark's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dearhallmark/ Dear Hallmark's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dearhallmarkpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dearhallmark/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dearhallmark/support
With all the demands on our time, how can young families pace themselves to run the marathon of life without burning out halfway through?This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3279340/advertisement
On this month's "Patriot Fridays", Justin and Brandon are joined by superfan Lisa from Australia to discuss this 80's "teen" classic! 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.
In 1983 Tom Cruise danced in his underwear, wore Ray-Bans, made love on a train, and said WTF! Risky Business was the adult version of Ferris Bueller's Day Off. This movie had it all, and today on Buzzn The Tower we're gonna visit the upscale suburbs of Chicago as we chat about the 80s hit, Risky Business. My name is Mo Shapiro I deal in human fulfillment, I grossed over $8,000 in one night, and joining me as always is Max Sanders who doesn't have to pay for it, because he gets it anyways. Buzzn The Tower, there is no substitute!
Josh Appelbaum breaks down where the early money is heading for today's MLB slate. He also lets you know the bets he's making in 'Josh's Sweats'.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.