High School Slumber Party host Brian Rodriguez watched as many teen films in 2021 as he could so you didn't have to! With help from High School Slumber Party AP co-host Aislinn Addington, Brian reviews "The Map of Tiny Perfect Things", "The Ultimate Playlist of Noise", "CODA", "Licorice Pizza", "Spider-Man: No Way Home", "Boogie", "Concrete Cowboy", "He's All That", "First Date", "Everybody's Talking About Jamie" and "Dear Evan Hansen" in this part one of a three part series. Spoiler Free!
Dear Evan Hansen invites viewers to consider how isolating mental illness can be and how healing a loving understanding can be. Read the Plugged In review: https://www.pluggedin.com/movie-reviews/dear-evan-hansen-2021/ If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback: https://focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey/
In what has become a mini-tradition, we kick off the new year with an examination of last year's biggest musical flop. Unfortunately this one has a lot fewer cats and a lot more lying to a grieving family, and it's called Dear Evan Hansen. Joining us for the discussion is noted bar owner, Stuart wife, and DEH-on-Broadway-hater, Sharlene Wellington!Wikipedia entry for Dear Evan HansenMovies recommended in this episode:Nightmare AlleyHouse of GucciThe Worst Person in the WorldThe Year of the Sex Olympics
Happy New Year! We begin 2022 with a couple of new features – Your Memories and More, and our Music Trivia Challenge. We talk with a World War II veteran of the Army Air Corps…Show Tunes Spotlight looks at the musical Dear Evan Hansen…a new book that takes Macon, Georgia's music history back to the city's […]
Mike was a goddamn hero! And I'll tell you something else! Harlly, Jeaun and Lawson are gonna finish this podcast and they're gonna donate the proceeds to his wife and kids.ALSO DISCUSSED* Æon Flux (2005)* Backtrack (2015)* Dear Evan Hansen (2021)* Don't Look Up (2021)* Doom (2005)* The Fog (2005)* Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005)* King Richard (2021)* Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)* The Lost Daughter (2021)* Rent (2005)* Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City (2021)* Riverdale: Season 6 (2021)* Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)* Venom (2005)* Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)* The Witcher: Season 2 (2021)Reach us on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/IDontKnowWhyWe1Read Harlly and Jeaun's Blog at https://onthebrightsidemedia.home.blog/Read Lawson's Blog athttps://exitthroughthecandycounter.wordpress.com/
Please note that the second half of this episode contains conversations on self harm and suicide, which can't be avoided because it's central to the plot of Dear Evan Hansen. Vic:  Pokemon Brilliant Diamond  Picking up Naloxone or NarcanEvan: An Angel at my Table, dir. Jane Campion (1990)
This week we have a current star of Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway. He opens up about Broadway's return, 2021 Roger Rees Awards, 2021 Jimmy Award Finalist and his brand NEW SONG called Turn Back Time available on all music platforms. Mateo Lizcano, Curtain Up! Mateo and Eli talk about: Turn Back Time Songwriting Dear Evan Hansen Understudies Jimmy Awards Roger Rees Awards Radio City Christmas Spectacular COVID-19 Reopening Broadway + a ton more Turn Back Time on Apple Music /// Turn Back Time on Spotify Connect with Mateo Lizcano on Instagram: @mateo.lizcano Connect with Take A Bow on Instagram: @takeabowpodcast Connect with host, Eli Tokash on Instagram: @tokash_eli Produced by the Broadway Podcast Network Edited by Tessie Tokash (@tessietokash) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After We Fell (2021) and Dear Evan Hansen (2021) Simone and Chad reflect on the last year, then discuss the beautiful wreck of the latest installment of the After series, and go for the throat of Dear Evan Hansen. Organisations that actively fight against the Texas Anti-Choice legislation: The Lilith Fund - https://www.lilithfund.org/donate Jane's Due Process - https://janesdueprocess.org/donate/ Whole Woman's Health - https://www.wholewomanshealth.com/donate/ Fund Texas Choice - https://fundtexaschoice.org/donate/ Social Media: Website: https://freshtomatoespodcast.wixsite.com/website Facebook and Instagram: @FreshTomatoesPodcast Twitter: @FreshTomatoesMP Email: FreshTomatoesPodcast@gmail.com Gamefly Link: Just follow this link (https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-100173810-10480547?sid=fresht) for 30 days free Gamefly! That's 60 days for just $10! Lootcrate Link: If you want 15% off your Lootcrate purchases, use this link: https://www.jdoqocy.com/click-100173810-13902093?sid=fresht AND the code ROBOTSRADIO at checkout. Nord VPN Link: https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-100173810-12814552?sid=fresht Audiobooks.com Link: https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-100173810-11099382?sid=fresht --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fresh-tomatoes-podcast/support
Mark and Matt look back on the three large musical movies based on stage musicals from 2021 - In The Heights, Dear Evan Hansen, and Tick, Tick...BOOM. Follow us on Instagram @halloffamepod Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
And now… The end is near: Aber vorher gibt's unseren JAHRESRÜCKBLICK. Mit alten Traditionen soll man schließlich nicht brechen. Und deswegen haben sich auch dieses Jahr und trotz aller Umstände Steven, Antje, Etienne und Schröck zusammengefunden, um über ihre Lieblinge 2021 zu sprechen. So umfangreich wie möglich und so lange wie nötig. Infolgedessen geht es heute erstmal nur um die Plätze 10 bis 6 - und all die damit verbundenen wie brennenden Fragen: Wie oft wird DUNE genannt werden? Wird JAMES BOND, der KEINE ZEIT ZU STERBEN hat, in der einen oder anderen Liste landen? Hat es SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME bereits in die Liste geschafft? Werden es auch Animationsfilme wie ENCANTO, LUCA, DIE MITCHELLS GEGEN DIE MASCHINEN oder sogar der ein oder andere Anime in die Auswahl schaffen? Oder schaffen es auch umstrittene Filme wie ARMY OF THIEVES, ARMY OF THE DEAD, RED NOTICE, DEAR EVAN HANSEN oder WONDER WOMAN 84 auf einen der Plätze? Wie sehr haben Oscar-Filme wie PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN, NOMADLAND oder THE FATHER ihre Spuren hinterlassen? Wie stark haben wir uns auf Filme im Zeichen der Fan-Liebe einlassen können? Also auf solche Streifen wie GHOSTBUSTERS: LEGACY oder ZACK SNYDERS JUSTICE LEAGUE. Und wie viele Musicals wird Antje in ihrer Top 10 unterbringen können? Es gab mit WEST SIDE STORY, ANNETTE, IN THE HEIGHTS oder TICK, TICK… BOOM schließlich echt eine Menge in diesem Jahr. Das alles und noch so viel mehr soll heute zum Teil geklärt werden. Denn zu Beginn wollen wir auch noch einmal kurz erkunden, welche Gurken uns in diesem Jahr über die Netzhaut geflimmert sind. Also wer im Dunstkreis von solchen Wunderwerken wie PRINZ AUS ZAMUNDA 2, SPACE JAM 2, MONSTER HUNTER oder OLD so wirklich mies war. Und parallel dazu wollen wir uns ja auch noch ein paar Plätze für die nächste Woche aufsparen. In diesem Sinne: Frohe Weihnachten. Wir vom Team sagen Danke, Danke, Danke und wünschen Euch eine frohe, besinnliche, entspannte, freundliche, sowie wohl schmeckende Feiertage, geile Geschenke, viel Gesundheit und genug Zeit, für den einen oder anderen Film - und natürlich KINOPLUS. Bis nächste Woche. Merry Christmas. Diese Sendung wird unterstützt von Bitburger, LG und Pampling. WERBUNG Nutze unseren Pampling-Link und erhalte jetzt alle T-Shirts für je nur 10€. Mit dem Code "KINOPLUS" bekommst du ein Paar Socken deiner Wahl kostenlos zu deiner Bestellung dazu! Außerdem ist der Versand mit dem 4 für 40€ Angebot kostenlos! Die T-Shirts sind aus 100% Baumwolle und werden mit hochwertigem Siebdruck in Spanien bedruckt. Den Link findest du weiter unten. /WERBUNG Holt Euch hier den Roku Express Media Player: rbtv.to/roku-express
Episode Segments:3:10 – Favorite Things32:38 – How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?40:19 – Someone Tell The StoryMusic Credits:"Overture" from Dear World (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Jerry Herman | Performed by Dear World Orchestra & Donald Pippin"We Need A Little Christmas" from Mame (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Jerry Herman | Performed by Angela Lansbury, Frankie Michaels, Jane Connell, Sab Shimono, & Donald Pippin"My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Julie Andrews"Maria" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Evadne Baker, Anna Lee, Portia Nelson, Marni Nixon"The Ballad of Booth" from Assassins (Original Off-Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim | Performed by Patrick Cassidy, Marcus Olson, & Victor Garber
We review The National Theatre's new Christmas musical, Hex, a new take on the Sleeping Beauty fair tale starring Rosalie Craig, and we finally get round to seeing Dear Evan Hansen; but wa it worth the wait? Listen to episode 71 now to find out. Plus, we talk about the new movie version of West Side Story and a Top Tip to look forward to in 2022. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed under a CC Attribution License
Christmas isn't Christmas without a bit of music! This week, we wrap up 2021 with a look at 2017's A Christmas Story Live! Guest Mike Sorce joins us to share his Pasek & Paul knowledge and help us decide how this stacks up with some of their other musical offerings. GET VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19 https://www.vaccines.gov/ Black Lives Matter Stop AAPI Hate Donate Directly to Stop AAPI Hate https://donate.givedirect.org/?cid=14711 Donate Directly to the Black Lives Matter Global Network: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/msblmhomepage_2019 Center for Anti-Racist Research: https://www.bu.edu/antiracist-center/ Colorlines: https://www.colorlines.com/ Star ratings help us build our audience! Please rate/review/subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, and share us with your ghostly narrator friends! Email us at email@example.com with feedback or suggestions on future franchises!
How Are We Friends? With Neli (@nelisabour) & Noura (@shortandsweettooth)The Pulse: Spiderman Recap [CNN]Hannah Brown's Brother Patrick is Engaged to Jed Wyatt's Ex [ETOnline]‘Deeply saddened' ‘Sex and the City' cast issues joint statement on Chris Noth [PageSix]Jacob Elordi Spotted with Olivia Jade 1 Month After Kaia Gerber Split [UsMagazine]Harry Potter Reunion Trailer Release [NBCNews]‘Hamilton,' ‘Aladdin' and ‘Dear Evan Hansen' Cancel Broadway Shows Through Christmas Amid Omicron Surge [Hollywood Reporter]
In this Season Finale of the Movie Amigos Podcast, the Amigos have some A's to some of your Q's. They also get in to the Spirit of Christmas as they reminisce about Lumpy. And last but not least, they catch up. We like movies and we're amigos. Join us and be our movie amigos. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movieamigospodcast/ Find us wherever you listen to podcasts! Letterboxd profiles: Gila https://letterboxd.com/gilasantos1/ Josh https://letterboxd.com/joshman972/ Juve https://letterboxd.com/mrfalcon/ Movies mentioned this episode: No Time to Die (2021) Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) Annihilation (2018) Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (2013) Dirty Grandpa (2016) The Bucket List (2007) Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity (2007) The Muppet Movie (1979) The Muppets (2011) Dear Evan Hansen (2021) Casino Royale (2006) The Legend of Hercules (2014) Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010) She's All That (1999) He's All That (2021) Demolition Man (1993) The Graduate (1967) The Pianist (2002) The Wolf House / La Casa Lobo (2018) La La Land (2016) My Girl (1991) My Girl 2 (1994) Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone / Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) He's Just Not That Into You (2009) Bridget Jones' Diary (2001) Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) Trust (2021) Malcolm & Marie (2021) Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Dune (2021) Marriage Story (2019) Basic Instinct (1992) Fatal Attraction (1987) Inside Out (2015) G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins (2021) The Last Airbender (2010) Alita: Battle Angel (2019) Beauty and the Beast (1991) Attack on Titan / 進撃の巨人 (2015) Fullmetal Alchemist / 鋼の錬金術師 (2017) Death Note (2017) The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) Dallas Buyers Club (2013) Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) Star Wars Holiday Special (1978) Eyes Wide Shut (1999) Christmas Inheritance (2017) Mean Girls (2004) How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) Dr. Seuss' the Grinch (2018) Christmas with the Kranks (2004) Home Alone (1990) Elf (2003) The Knight Before Christmas (2019) Frozen (2013) Olaf's Frozen Adventure (2017) Coco (2017) The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) The Green Knight (2021) Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) The Santa Clause (1994) Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) Home Alone 3 (1997) Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House (2002) Home Alone: The Holiday Heist / Home Alone 5 (2012) Krampus (2015) Edward Scissorhands (1990) Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) West Side Story (2021) The Christmas Chronicles (2018) The Christmas Chronicles 2 (2020) Little Women (2019) Both intro and outro music: Beat provided by https://freebeats.io Produced by White Hot RELEASE CODE: 55514 For any inquiries: Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome back to another episode of the Online Warriors Podcast! This week, we chat about Advent calendars before jumping into one of the biggest gaming events of the year.... The Game Awards! We discuss: Winners and Nominees (6:57) Star Wars Eclipse Reveal (14:59) Sonic Frontiers New Trailer (21:30) Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Movie Trailer (27:07) Wonder Woman Game Reveal (35:08) Alan Wake 2 Reveal (39:15) Nightingale Reveal (41:46) The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Trailer (43:55) Techtic's Honorable Mention: Tiny Tina's Wonderlands (46:02) Nerdbomber's Honorable Mention: Thirsty Suitors (46:17) Illeagle's Honorable Mention: The Matrix Awakens (46:57) Of course, there was so much more to cover that we simply couldn't fit into one episode! Please reach out to us on social media (links below) to chat about all the reveals and nominees that we may have missed. Next, we roll into what the cast has been up to: Illeagle finally opens his PS5 and starts playing Spider-Man (47:37) and watched Dear Evan Hansen (49:27) Nerdbomber plays Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX (52:26) and reads Fugitive Telemetry from The Murderbot Diaries (55:48) Techtic starts playing Deathloop (56:32), started Puzzling (57:34), and continues writing (58:54) Swing into this week's trivia which is all about Tom Holland! (1:00:43) Special shoutout to our Patreon Producer: Steven Keller Promo by: The Last Comic Shop and The ODPH Podcast We'd like to thank each and every one of you for listening in every week. If you'd like to support the show, you can drop us a review on your favorite podcast platform or, if you're feeling extra generous, drop us a subscribe over at Patreon.com/OnlineWarriorsPodcast. We have three tiers of subscriptions, each of which gives you some awesome bonus content! As always, we appreciate you tuning in, and look forward to seeing you next week! Stay safe and healthy everyone! Find us all over the web: Online Warriors Website: https://www.onlinewarriorspodcast.com Online Warriors Twitter: https://twitter.com/onlinewarriors1 Illeagle's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OWIlleagle86 Nerdbomber's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OWNerdbomber Techtic's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OWTechtic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onlinewarriorspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onlinewarriorspodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwOwzY6aBcTFucWEeFEtwIg Merch Store: https://teespring.com/stores/onlinewarriorspodcast
For this Out Takes, we turned the whole program over to ‘Dear Evan Hansen', the latest in a line of blockbuster-stage-musical-to-big-screen adaptation that is in cinemas now across Australia and... LEARN MORE The post ‘Dear Evan Hansen' with special guest director Stephen Chbosky appeared first on Out Takes.
What an episode! Dan interviews Bebe Neuwirth. Best known for playing Lilith Crane on Cheers and on Frasier, she has had a hugely extensive career on stage and screen including roles in Jumanji, Madam Secretary, The Good Fight, Law & Order: SVU. She is one of the voice actors in the really very good animated police noir comedy musical animated show Ultra City Smiths. Of course, there are also reviews: The French Dispatch (In cinemas now) And Just Like That (BINGE | HBO Max) Dear Evan Hansen (In cinemas now) Resident Evil: Welcome To Racoon City (In cinemas now) Voir (Netflix)
Rachele joins Lewis this week to review Dear Evan Hansen. the film adaptation of the Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical about Evan Hansen, a high school senior with Social Anxiety disorder and his journey of self-discovery and acceptance following the suicide of a fellow classmate. The team also review Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City, and animated jukebox musical, Sing 2.
Have you lot got all of your Christmas presents yet? Don't worry, neither have I, but I do have a little present for you - a magical chat with trailblazing comedian, actor & writer Nik Dodani. Nik went viral with his standup about being gay and Indian and now is the toast of Hollywood starring in Netflix's Atypical and the recent Dear Evan Hansen movie. Plus we're talking small LGBTQ+ businesses with your recommendations and a lovely gas (get it) with Spanners With Manners, the all female mechanics challenging stereotypes while also fixing your car. Toot toot! Chris x
Have you lot got all of your Christmas presents yet? Don't worry, neither have I, but I do have a little present for you - a magical chat with trailblazing comedian, actor & writer Nik Dodani. Nik went viral with his standup about being gay and Indian and now is the toast of Hollywood starring in Netflix's Atypical and the recent Dear Evan Hansen movie. Plus we're talking small LGBTQ+ businesses with your recommendations and a lovely gas (get it) with @spannerswithmanners the all female mechanics challenging stereotypes while also fixing your car. Toot toot! Chris x
After joining the show for approximately a month and being forced to shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jordan Fisher shares about returning to the stage for the hit Broadway show “Dear Evan Hansen” and performs a song from the musical, “Waving Through a Window.” In Hot Topics, Mia Love guest co-hosts. The panel discusses the parents of the suspected Michigan school shooter being arrested, and more.
PATREON MOVIE DISCUSSION:This movie was selected by our Patreon Supporters over at the Cinematic Doctrine Patreon. Support as little as $3 a month and have your voice heard!A few days after recording for Dear Evan Hansen, Daniel felt compelled to expand upon certain topics we discussed. As such, here's Cinematic Doctrine's third and final installment of their Dear Evan Hansen series. Considering the complex subject matter of the film, there's some additional perspective and background Daniel felt was necessary to explain his reasoning behind his intensely critical thoughts.Topics: Daniel stands by his harsh perspective of the movie, but feels uncomfortable leaving his feelings without explanation.Evan Hansen is a fictional character with "movie mental illness"; an undefined psychiatric issue that largely is only relevant when the plot needs it to be.If we try and understand his mental health issues, and then see how they vanish when he's lying, are we to believe that Evan Hansen is "coming into his own" when he embraces a pathological lying trait?The whole movie has a literary veneer of "Mental Health" without actually having reasonable perspective on Mental Health.Daniel categorizes different kinds of mental health patients based upon his experience working at a Psych Hospital, and how one type of patient is the "Bojack Horseman".Unlike Bojack Horseman, where the character can be partially pitied and rooted for despite being the root cause of the show's problems, Evan Hansen is the anti-Bojack Horseman.Recovery includes transformation, as well as an admittance of fault, which never becomes fulfilled in Dear Evan Hansen. Evan Hansen does less than the bare minimum in resolution to the horrible things he's committed throughout the film.Dear Evan Hansen continues the frustrating reality of online mental health discussions, both by talking about its subject matter relatively poorly, and by clouding an already heavily obscured conversation in online communities.Recommendations: Harold Lindsell - "Lindsell Study Bible: The Living Bible, Paraphrased - Reference Edition"The Ezra Klein Show - "The Case Against Loving Your Job"Jenny Nicholson - "A Needlessly Thorough Roast of Dear Evan Hansen"Support on Patreon for Unique Perks! Early access to uncut episodes Vote on a movie/show we review Social Links: TikTok Twitter Website Facebook Group Miles Morales themed Twitter Giveaway! Win a Miles Morales Hoodie and a 4K-Blu-Ray-Digital copy of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse! Follow @CineDoctrine, then Like and Retweet our post about the giveaway for a chance to win!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinematicDoctrine)
PATREON MOVIE DISCUSSION:This movie was selected by our Patreon Supporters over at the Cinematic Doctrine Patreon. Support as little as $3 a month and have your voice heard!In part 2 of their Dear Evan Hansen discussion, Melvin & Dan figure out where Dear Evan Hansen went wrong, Daniel loses his mind, and they share conflicting perspectives on the film overall. Topics:Discussing the incomplete, inconsequential ending to Dear Evan Hansen.Daniel, "This is the most selfish, self-centered take on Mental Health I have ever seen!"Melvin, "...part of contrition is the humbleness to let one's consequences unfold."Daniel, "Evan Hansen is not the character who should come of age and get redemption. The victim of mental health issues is Connor. That is the character that, if you watch this movie and struggle with mental health issues, that's the character you should be identifying with. Not Evan Hansen."Feeling bad (or, emotions that one otherwise deems unwanted) is not immoral. Additionally, feeling bad is not indicative of genuine contrition.Daniel, "[Dear Evan Hansen is] borderline evil."When someone undergoes the consequences of their sin, those consequences are nobody else's fault except for the one who incurs them. There may be influences, and there may be systems at play, but the onus of sinful consequences bear upon the sinner.Melvin isn't quite as offended by Dear Evan Hansen as Daniel, but he still thinks the movie is kind of lame even if he liked some stuff about it.Melvin also gets some schadenfreude from the idea that Dear Evan Hansen was marketed as a life-changing, encouraging movie only to have it fall flat on his face. He then compares it to Unplanned, the pro-life movie from 2019 that he felt seriously missed the mark.As of recording, Melvin had seen 39 movies from 2021. Dear Evan Hansen will likely land as #34 out of his ranked list.5 words from each host: Describe Dear Evan Hansen.Dear Evan Hansen accurately represents how a majority of people see mental health: through a poor, uneducated, and overly confident lens from which they have little knowledge or authority.Recommendations: Harold Lindsell - "Lindsell Study Bible: The Living Bible, Paraphrased - Reference Edition"The Ezra Klein Show - "The Case Against Loving Your Job"Jenny Nicholson - "A Needlessly Thorough Roast of Dear Evan Hansen"Support on Patreon for Unique Perks! Early access to uncut episodes Vote on a movie/show we review Social Links: TikTok Twitter Website Facebook Group Miles Morales themed Twitter Giveaway! Win a Miles Morales Hoodie and a 4K-Blu-Ray-Digital copy of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse! Follow @CineDoctrine, then Like and Retweet our post about the giveaway for a chance to win!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinematicDoctrine)
PATREON MOVIE DISCUSSION: This movie was selected by our Patreon Supporters over at the Cinematic Doctrine Patreon. Support as little as $3 a month and have your voice heard!Dear Evan Hansen is our most expensive episode. Coming in at a whopping $35 for rentals, as well as 2.5 hours' worth of content, we truly have spent far too much on this episode. But it's all worth it for our Patreon Supporters! We love you all, and that's why we spend this first of three episodes discussing some of the history behind Dear Evan Hansen, how the casting for Evan Hansen immediately kills the movie dead, and the beginnings of what makes this movie so frustrating. Topics: Every year there is a movie that garners the scorn of film-goers. Currently, Dear Evan Hansen has it.Detailing the history behind Dear Evan Hansen, it's musical, it's awards, and now, it's movie.Ben Platt, the 28-year-old actor playing Evan Hansen, who is 17 during the events of the film, looks to be in his mid-30's based upon the hair, make-up, wardrobe, and camera lenses used throughout the movie. It never stops being a distraction.Daniel found Dear Evan Hansen, "very morally troubling and borderline disturbing at times for various reasons."Melvin likes movies where someone morally reprehensible builds a house of cards, and even audibly exclaimed to his wife while watching the movie, "See, this is awesome! I love this stuff!". So, in that respect, there are some things about Dear Evan Hansen he enjoyed.There are a lot of similarities between Dear Evan Hansen and a little-known Netflix movie called Sierra Burgess is a Loser, another villainous "house of cards" movie Melvin enjoyed.The movie really expects its audience to fill in the gaps for so many hard issues, all on top of the fact that Ben Platt looks way too old to perform as an older teen.Although the movie has a juvenile perspective to mental health and social issues, some things work like the song 'Requiem', where each family member sings their response to Connor's suicide, and how not everyone responds to the death of a family member in the same way.The song 'Sincerely Me' captures a bit of the dark-comedy aspect both Melvin and Daniel wanted throughout the movie.Daniel, on the topic of the many hard-hitting themes in the movie, "It's not examined at all. Nothing in this movie is examined. That's one of the problems."Recommendations: Harold Lindsell's "Lindsell Study Bible: The Living Bible, Paraphrased - Reference Edition"The Ezra Klein Show - "The Case Against Loving Your Job"Jenny Nicholson's "A Needlessly Thorough Roast of Dear Evan Hansen"Support on Patreon for Unique Perks! Early access to uncut episodes Vote on a movie/show we review Social Links: TikTok Twitter Website Facebook Group Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinematicDoctrine)
Stephen Levenson is a Tony award winning playwright and screenwriter who famously won his Best Book of a Musical Tony for Dear Evan Hansen. He later adapted the script for the film adaptation. Stephen has numerous Off-Broadway credits, as well as a resume boasting TV and film. He was a writer for the Showtime series Masters of Sex, and served as show runner for the miniseries Fosse/Verdon. Most recently Stephen penned the screenplay for Lin-Manuel Miranda's film adaptation of Jonathan Larson's biographical musical tick, tick… Boom!, starring Andrew Garfield and available now on Netflix. Stephen shares an inside look to all aspects of his newest project, from the research, to the writing, to casting, through production. He recalls acting in a production of tick, tick… Boom! in college, already having reverence for Jonathon Larson, and how desperately he wanted to be involved in 2017 when he heard Lin-Manuel would be directing a film adaptation. Stephen talks about the impact of COVID on filming, which shut down the production after only 10 days in March 2020, and how the pandemic gave the film a new urgency once shooting resumed. He also opens up about the weight and responsibility he felt telling someone else's story in tick,tick… Boom!, versus writing a script with his own original thoughts and ideas in Dear Evan Hansen. In this episode, we talk about: The extensive research and process behind the script for tick, tick… Boom! Having Julie Larson on board and in the room Andrew Garfield's progression from non-singer, to musical theater performer Workshopping the film as if it were a stage production Working with Netflix versus a traditional big studio Watch the Tick... Tick... Boom! trailer: https://youtu.be/YJserno8tyU Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at email@example.com. I want to know what you think. Thank you to our friends Jukebox The Ghost for our intro and outro music. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @jukeboxtheghost or via the web via jukeboxtheghost.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MONDAY MUSICALS: DEAR EVAN HANSEN . . . DEAR EVAN HANSEN is another big screen adaptation of an extremely popular stage musical. This film has been divisive since the first trailer dropped. After its release it became extremely polarizing taking criticism for having Ben Platt try and portray a high school student when looking like a 35-year-old man. This was another rough one to get through. . . . My sister and I started this experiment in June, trying to see as many musicals as possible and potentially changing my view of musicals in general. I don't particularly enjoy musicals as movies, so this is an on-going experiment we invite you to join us on this adventure with our take on DEAR EVAN HANSEN. . . . In an attempt to catch up on our “monthly” segment, we will be releasing an episode each Monday in the month of November. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lsquared/support
It was a holiday weekend! Enjoy this peek at our Patreon feed with Ben, Bran and Em Modaff, composer of our theme song and all around talented person. They're currently starring in "Hundred Days" at Kokandy Productions. https://www.kokandyproductions.com/hundred-days/ emiliemodaff.com patreon.com/moviethemusical Thanks so much to everyone that came to our live show at Davenport's! Rest in peace, Stephen Joshua Sondheim.
Movies coming in 2022. Movie Classic: The Other Guys. Movies: National Champions, Being the Ricardos, West Side Story, Spiderman No Way Home, Nightmare Alley, Sing 2, The Matrix Ressurections, The King's Man, The Tender Bar, American Underdog, Tragedy of Macbeth, A Journal for Jordan, Jockey. Home Releases: Ron's Gone Wrong, Dear Evan Hansen, Cry Macho, Werewolves Within, One Night in Miami, Venom Let There Be Carnage, The Card Counter, Language Lessons. Video Game Releases: Solar Ash, Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker, Halo Infinite, Loop Hero, Wytchwood, Among Us, Five Nights at Freddy's. What have we been up to lately.
Actor and activist Amandla Stenberg may be young in years, but her legacy is already overflowing. With a breakthrough performance as the young tribute Rue in the Jennifer Lawrence-led flick The Hunger Games back in 2012, Stenberg's ascension as a Hollywood fixture has been lined with film roles in The Hate U Give and Where Hands Touch, TV stints on Drunk History and The Eddy, and even an appearance in Beyonce's epic Lemonade music video back in 2016. Now at the age of 23, it's not just shiny Hollywood appearances that has ricocheted Stenberg from young up-and-comer to industry powerhouse; Stenberg also gives voice and strength to a variety of cultural, political and social justice issues, named in 2015 as the Ms. Foundation for Women's "Feminist Celebrity of the Year", while also going viral that same year for her playful yet though-provoking cultural appropriation video project titled Don't Cash Crop My Cornrows. Balancing a burgeoning career alongside public scrutiny for her stances on racial and gender equality, Stenberg also has yet another string to her very powerful creative bow, playing violin and singing, making her official music debut in 2015 with the folk rock duo Honeywater. And her music chops are on full display in 2021, with the impending release of her brand new film: an adaptation of the Broadway smash-hit musical Dear Evan Hansen.Featuring a stacked cast including Stenberg, Ben Platt, Kaitlyn Dever, Nik Dodani, Julianne Moore and Amy Adams, Dear Evan Hansen follows the titular anxious and isolated high schooler Evan Hansen as he struggles to belong in high school and the social media age, with an array of Grammy winning songs including You Will Be Found, Waving Through a Window and For Forever. Stenberg joins the cast in the role of Alana Beck, an empathetic overachiever with a pivotal role in the film and musical, with Alana's role also expanded for the film to include a brand new song for the character, penned by Stenberg herself alongside writers Ben Pasek and Justin Paul. And to unpack the Dear Evan Hansen experience and also gift a brief insight into her other music endeavours, Amandla Stenberg joins The Green Room for today's episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Can a 26 year-old pull off playing a 16 year-old in a movie? Or better yet, should they? And how many shows can really pull of the "13 Going on 30" aesthetic (We're looking at you Grease) Today we're talking about the Dear Evan Hansen debacle and comparing it's issues to the very obvious age gaps in musical theater and especially opera. Follow Us: Instagram Twitter Facebook Hosts: Jessie Michelle
Why am I here in this world? Am I in the right job? How can I help others? Those are questions many of us have asked ourselves, tackled in this episode by our podcast guest Kelvin Redd, who's spoken in 35 states and is the only African-American author who's written 2 books about servant leadership. (2:45) While we're talking about helping others, mental health is in the forefront these days. I start off with an appropriate song from Broadway play-turned-movie "Dear Evan Hansen" (yes, you'll hear me sing a little), then an intro of this week's expert. (7:19) As one of the top leadership coaches in Alabama and Georgia, Kelvin Redd helps us understand what servant leadership is, the lifelong journey there, and how self-awareness is a key ingredient. (13:03) How does faith play a role for us on the job, especially in a toxic work environment? (14:21) Finding your purpose in life isn't easy, but he lays out 3 questions to ask yourself! That may involve changing careers. It may also include wearing your faith on your sleeve, or not being able to. (21:16) There are different ways to "Define Your Destiny," the title of one of his books. He's also an expert in emergenetics, but what's that? (25:07) Redd - who hopes to not bore you but make you think after leadership workshops - says there are ways to become self-aware, maybe through certain exercise or mindfulness. (29:59) There are also lessons he points to in the Bible, like from Proverbs, where Jesus advises us to walk with the wise or be destroyed with the fools. Who you are with matters. That's why this coach says 1 of the 2 most important decisions of a leader is who you marry. We dive a little more into the characteristics of a servant leader and how you can "Stand Tall" (the title of his other book). We also touch on big differences between coaching and parenting. Fitness is also a tool (37:54) for leaders. Redd himself lost 20+ pounds during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hear why he had enough and made certain changes, after so much travel around the nation. (41;06) Leaders and all of us can also learn very valuable lessons from sports. Redd is writing a new book about that and the philosophies of his dad, who was a very popular high school basketball coach in East Alabama. (46:26) Our parting gift is some Biblical wisdom, then on this Veterans Day, I give you a brief reminder of some of our past episodes featuring inspiring military heroes sharing their stories, followed by my closing prayer. Thanks for listening! And tell your friends about the #RunTheRace podcast. Subscribe to it! For more info, go to www.wtvm.com/podcast/.
All that it takes is a little reinvention! This week we're sending pictures of the most amazing trees, as we talk all about the 2021 movie adaption of Dear Evan Hansen. Featuring Ben Platt and Amy Adams, we're Waving Through A Window to see how this compares to the 2015 Tony-winning Musical. With a lot of controversy, and Danny already knowing some key points to the plot (albeit without the full context) will Words Fail when we go to discuss Dear Evan Hansen? Or Will Danny Be Found fully immersed and loving this movie musical? Download now to find out! Sincerely, Me! Content Warning is in place for this review - if you just want to know our final thoughts, skip ahead to 2:07:20 Music: Purple-planet.com
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Ken Davidoff steps into The Batter's Box for Episode 107! Part of the fabric of New York City's sportswriting scene for nearly three decades, Davidoff's work as a national baseball columnist for the New York Post has been applauded by readers worldwide. In addition to his baseball knowledge, he posesses a phenomenal ability to bring stories to life through blatant honesty, objectivity, and a personal touch that resonates with anyone who loves America's Pastime. As theatre fans, we're in the business of appreciating great storytellers, and Davidoff certainly fits that bill. This week, he joins host Al Malafronte to discuss some of the highlights from his time on the beat, his thoughts on the evolution of the game, and even some of his most poignant nights on Broadway. It's so fitting that one of his favorite on-stage moments is tied to a certain song in Dear Evan Hansen that hits home for many sports and theatre-lovers, just as this conversation will. Connect with Ken Davidoff on Twitter: @KenDavidoff Connect with Break a Bat! on Instagram: @break_a_bat_podcast Hosted by Al Malafronte Produced by the Broadway Podcast Network Edited by Matthew Hendershot Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Simon and Mark's guest is Denis Villeneuve, who talks about his film Dune, based on Frank Herbert's 1965 science fiction novel and starring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Zendaya. Plus we have reviews of The Boss Baby 2: Family Business, in which the grown Templeton brothers have become and drifted away from each other; The Harder They Fall, Jeymes Samuel's Western starring Regina King; Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch, set in an outpost of an American newspaper in a fictional twentieth century French city, starring Léa Seydoux, Timothée Chalamet and Christoph Waltz; Dear Evan Hansen, the film adaptation of the Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical about Evan Hansen, a high school senior with Social Anxiety disorder and his journey of self-discovery and acceptance following the suicide of a fellow classmate; Bigfoot Hunters, in which a clickbait journalist is sent to the Appalachian foothills to cover a Bigfoot Convention and discovers there's more to this listicle than meets the eye; The Bacchus Lady, which deals with the issue of elderly prostitution in South Korea and Lucky Chan-sil, about a film producer who finds herself unemployed with the sudden death of her long-time collaborated director. Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week, and recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week. Send us your sub 20 second instant reaction to any film attached to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for our feature ‘Lobby Correspondents'. . Download our podcast from the Baby Sea Clowns app. We welcome your contributions: Email: email@example.com Twitter: @wittertainment
The spice must flow on this week's Empire Podcast. The spice of chat, that is! We have three belting interviews lined up for you lucky lot this week, as Chris Hewitt talks to The Guilty star Jake Gyllenhaal in which one of them threatens to go topless; Dune's Lady Jessica herself, Rebecca Ferguson, during which she and Chris hatch a new get-rich-quick scheme; and James Marsden, star of The Boss Baby 2. And, as the original big screen Cyclops, naturally the interview ends with Chris showing Marsden a picture of Cyclops with an... unusual mask. Then, in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, and Amon Warmann for an epic episode in which they tackle several questions at once, including one that covers the great Eternals Post-Credits Sting Spoilers Controversy. They also discuss the week's movie news (this was recorded on Wednesday, ahead of the tragic events on the set of Rust), and review new releases The French Dispatch, Dear Evan Hansen, and The Harder They Fall. Oh, and a little film called Dune. Surprisingly, the James-and-Helensplaining is kept to a minimum on this one. That's what spoiler specials are for. In the meantime, enjoy.
Kristolyn Lloyd is an award winning Broadway Actress and Singer who is located in New York. She most recently was Jo March in an Off-Broadway Production of Little Women and Princess Faye in Bliss the Musical in Seattle. She is most known for originating the role of Alana Beck in the Tony Award Winning musical Dear Evan Hansen as well as more noticeable roles such as Heather Duke in Heather the Musical Off-Broadway and Dayzee on the daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. She has worked as an audition coach, teacher, and director for all ages and was more recently honored with the Core Values Award for Artistry Professionalism and Compassion by Broadway For All, an organization committed to the inclusion and equity of BIPOC young professionals in the arts. She has directed and produced her own shows as well as assisted for Tony Award winning directors. She is an Activist and an Artist and is passionate about investing in and educating a more diverse and eclectic future generation of artist. Her training includes a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University, John Rosenfeld Studios, and The Upright Citizens Brigade. Before having a successful acting career spent her summers coaching competitive swimmers and Tri-athletes. She was a lifeguard and a fitness instructor for all ages but specialized in cardio and plyometrics training. When she has the time she trains and runs in marathons and triathlons on the east and west coast or you can find her in Cross Fit or Core Rhythm Fitness. She believes that the way you do one thing is the way you do everything and that pushing yourself physically has mental and spiritual benefits.When training or co-training she focuses on the now and achieving personal goals one step at a time in the gym and in the kitchen. Photo Credit- Anthony Chatmon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the latest episode of their monthly movie review series, Grace and Ariel are talking about three films from September 2021. The post ‘Dear Evan Hansen,' ‘Cry Macho,' and ‘Malignant' | September 2021 Movie Reviews appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
Recorded: September 22, 2021 This week I'm joined by the incredible Nik Dodani! We talk about what he learned through playing Zahid in “Atypical,” what it was like auditioning for “Dear Evan Hansen” during the pandemic, and The Salon, the group he co-founded that provides a space for South Asian artists and executives in the industry! Follow Nik: www.instagram.com/nikdodani Check out our website: www.nottoodeep.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ira, Louis, and guest host Denne Michele discuss the Tony Awards' comeback, Elvira's coming out and our favorite (and least favorite) coming out stories, Dear Evan Hansen, Kelly Price's alleged disappearance, and more. Plus, Annaleigh Ashford joins to discuss Impeachment: American Crime Story and reuniting with the theatre community at the Tonys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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The stage musical Dear Evan Hansen debuted on Broadway five years ago. It won six Tony Awards, including one for its star, Ben Platt. It's now a movie, and Platt, who's now 27, is back to play Evan, a deeply troubled high school student who tangles himself in a lie. There's still singing, there's still dancing, and there are still a lot of questions to struggle with in this story. Plus, we remember the work of filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles.
Jason on the beach, a Russian doll of parasitic wasps, and diving deep into wedding season. After that, we have actor Nik Dodani on the pod to talk about Dear Evan Hansen, growing up Indian in Arizona, and working with Matt's award show stand-in, Eric Vitro. For DBWP, Matt is highlighting Imagine Waterworks, an organization focused on climate justice, water management, and disaster readiness and response. Bari is watching Only Murders in the Building and The Chair, while Matt is working his way through In Treatment. Follow the team on sosh meeds: @MattBellassai, @FinkelBariPie, @UnhappyHourPod (on Twitter), and @UnhappyHour (on Instagram). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode Tyler and Korey discuss Peloton instructors on Dancing With The Stars, the de-aging of Dear Evan Hansen, Korey's first impression after meeting Crouton, Britney Spears getting engaged, and Octavia Spencer's reaction with a prenup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices