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KNBR Podcast
6-6 Bill Walton joins Tolbert & Copes to discuss everything everywhere all at once

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 44:59


The one and only Bill Walton joins Tom Tolbert & Adam Copeland to discuss everything everywhere all at once See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tolbert, Krueger & Brooks Podcast Podcast
6-6 Bill Walton joins Tolbert & Copes to discuss everything everywhere all at once

Tolbert, Krueger & Brooks Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 44:59


The one and only Bill Walton joins Tom Tolbert & Adam Copeland to discuss everything everywhere all at once See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Done & Dunne
113. Capote's Coterie | The Everything, Everywhere, All At Once Swan: Pamela Digby Churchill Hayward Harriman

Done & Dunne

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2023 67:45


In this episode, we investigate the life and times of Pamela Churchill Hayward Harriman, courtesan of the 20th century, and so much more. All sources can be found at doneanddunne.com. Continue your investigation with ad-free and bonus episodes on Patreon!     Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Supernatural Confessions
#199 - Clair-Everything, Everywhere, All at Once [Special Powers Unlocked | I Saw My Future Husband in a Dream | Message from the Other Side]

Supernatural Confessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2023 128:07


Our featured confessor is someone who had a near death trauma at the age of 6 years old and ever since she started manifesting psychic abilities that allowed her to see ghosts, have vivid premonition, and able to communicate with the dead. Helping us make sense of all this, is our special guest - Amelia who is a psychic herself and have been making a living off her abilities for more than a decade.  All these and more in today's podcast episode Clair-everything, Everywhere All at Once, only on Supernatural Confessions. Enjoy.   If you enjoy the podcast, do consider leaving us a five star review, and talking about us to your friends. If you are feeling generous, you may be our patron at ⁠Patreon.com/SupernaturalConfessions⁠ or buy us a cup of coffee or two at ⁠buymeacoffee.com/Superconfess⁠. * Supernatural Confessions is a safe space for anyone who have had a paranormal encounter and want to be able to tell their story to a community who will not ridicule them. Some of us have experienced the unexplainable ourselves, while the rest of us simply enjoy listening to ghost stories. If you or someone you know have an encounter to share, get in touch with us through our website. ⁠www.supernaturalconfessions.com⁠. * Supernatural Confessions was founded and produced by Eugene Tay. Friday Night Live is co-hosted by Jonathan Lim, and streamed live at 10pm (+8 GMT) on via Supernatural Confessions YouTube.

Voices of Hope
Sermon: Everything, Everywhere, All At Once...With Purpose

Voices of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2023 23:54


5/21/23 Pastor Jordan brings a sermon from Colossians 3:9-14 and inspired by the film, Everything Everywhere All At Once.

Bourbon 'n BrownTown
Ep. 92 - Whiskey & Watching: "Everything Everywhere All At Once" ft. Ricardo Gamboa, Charles Preston, & Mia Carbajal

Bourbon 'n BrownTown

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2023 93:11


BrownTown shares space with the Hoodoise hosts Ricardo Gamboa and Charles Preston and Executive Director Mia Carbajal in the return of "Whiskey & Watching." BrownTown and the Hoodoise deconstruct the Oscar Best Picture "Everything Everywhere All At Once" (2022): When an interdimensional rupture unravels reality, a middle-aged Chinese immigrant must channel her newfound powers to fight bizarre and bewildering dangers from the multiverse as the fate of her family and the world hangs in the balance. From philosophical nodes on decision-making under capitalism to nihilism in modern activism, the squad brings in their perspectives on love, queerness, combatting patriarchy, growing up in immigrant families, and the opportunities for grounded representation of people of color in media. Through the heaviness of it all, Charles just encourages us to, "embrace the whimsical." The Hoodoisie (1, 2) is a block-optic, radically politicized, biweekly live news show based in a different gentrifying neighborhood every month. Ricardo and Charles invite artists, activists, comedians, saboteurs, political figures, culture makers, and musical guests to share their experiences, perspectives, and talents. The Hoodoisie gives "the chance for everyday people [particularly queer, working-class, and people of color] to engage in the discourse that shapes their lives that they're often excluded from.” Imagine if The Daily Show got hijacked by radical POC and queers and they brought along a DJ and a bar...that's the Hoodoisie. Come out for a conversation and follow Hoodoisie on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube! Follow Ricardo on Instagram and Twitter; Charles on Instagram and Twitter; and Mia on Instagram and Twitter! CREDITS: Intro soundbite and episode photo from Everything Everywhere All At Once. Outro music is Foldin Clothes by J. Cole. Audio engineered by Kiera Battles.--Bourbon 'n BrownTownFacebook | Twitter | Instagram | Site | Linktree | PatreonSoapBox Productions and Organizing, 501(c)3Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Site | Linktree | Support

... Just To Be Nominated
'American Born Chinese' could be next big show for Disney+

... Just To Be Nominated

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2023 22:59


Move over Mando, "American Born Chinese" looks to become the next must-watch show on Disney+. The new series based on the graphic novel comes to the streaming platform on May 24 and includes "Everything Everywhere All at Once" Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan. We have an interview with the show's stars Ben Wang and Sydney Taylor, who talk about winning with the Oscar-winning actors. And speaking of "Everything Everywhere," Oscar-nominated actor Stephanie Hsu will be starring in this summer's "Joy Ride" film starring Ashley Park, Sherry Cola and Sabrina Wu. The film also is the directorial debut for Adele Lim, who is best know for writing "Crazy Rich Asians" and "Raya and the Last Dragon."  Finally, Bruce talks about the new four-part documentary "The Secrets of Hillsong" on FX and Hulu. Where to watch "American Born Chinese" on Disney+ "Joy Ride" in theaters on July 7 "The Secrets of Hillsong" on FX About the show Streamed & Screened is a podcast about movies and TV hosted by Bruce Miller, a longtime entertainment reporter who is now the editor of the Sioux City Journal in Iowa and Terry Lipshetz, a senior producer for Lee Enterprises based in Madison, Wisconsin. Episode transcript Note: The following transcript was created by Adobe Premiere and may contain misspellings and other inaccuracies as it was generated automatically: Welcome everyone to another episode of streamed and screened and entertainment podcasts about movies and TV from Lee Enterprises. I'm Terry Lipshetz is senior producer at Lee and co-host of the program with someone who will be starring on Broadway very soon. Bruce Miller, editor of the Sioux City Journal, longtime entertainment reporter. Bruce, you're hitting the big city soon on the streets of Broadway. I will not be on Broadway. I'll be in front of the theater. Is looking at shows. Yeah, my sister and I usually spend Memorial Day weekend. This is. I'm giving this to you as a potential thing you could do. We go to New York because nobody seems to be in New York over Memorial Day weekend. They all go somewhere else. The Hamptons, the, you know, the shore, whatever it would be, the Jersey Shore. But people aren't normally in the city. And so it's a very good time to go to things like plays, like shopping, like eating, because the normal crowd isn't there. So we've done this for at least 30 years. Colbert threw us off because we didn't do it during those years. Yeah, it's fun. It's fun. It's a chance to get to see what we might be seeing in other venues in years to come. It might be a streaming film, it might be a touring production that comes to your community. There's still there's a lot of stuff there to see. Fun stuff. I'm going to Sweeney Todd attend The Tale of Sweeney Todd. I'll be there. That sounds fun. I just hit a little Broadway myself this past weekend in traveling Circa, we saw The Lion King came to Madison. Yeah. Second time seeing that. Yeah. It's great show. My wife and I saw it probably around 2008 or nine. We were just married and just kids. Do they go to play? Yeah, exactly. So we used to go to the theater a lot when we were, you know, before kids. And then we had kids and we stopped going. Of course, But we've gone now. We took the kids to see Hamilton last year, and now we took them to go see Lion King, which is fun. There's an interesting scene. I'm not going to say spoiler alert, because that show has been out on the road for 25 years now. But there is an interesting scene and I said to my wife, like, they've obviously changed this, but I don't know what it was beforehand. There's this scene where Zazu is being held captive by Scar. The lion and scar is like Entertain me and Zazu starts singing and he starts belting out lines from Let It Go from Frozen. Any scar is like, stop torturing me with that. But you know, anything but that song. But I'm thinking to myself, Well, what was the other song? Because this show has been out on the road forever. What did that like? They obviously added that in recently, since, Yeah, know, it was probably another show that, you know, I wish I could tell you. Yeah. But there probably was another show they referenced just to be able to see under. Yeah, it could be, it could be something like that. But what I want to know is did you get out of the this show without buying anything. Yes. Yes. That, that is like merchandise heaven. Yeah. I saw a lot of the parents there with the kids that are of the age where you need to buy something. My kids are not that age anymore. They're 12. We walk in, we take our seats, we watch the show. We walk out in and out without. Yup, everyone is fine with that. So we've trained them well. We didn't you know, we took them to things like Disney on Ice when they were four or five. We would say to them like, Hey, kids, see, you know, you're going to see a lot of kids with all these toys and stuff that their parents buy them at the show. They're really, really expensive. And do you really need that? Will you be honest with them? And they be like, no, we're fine. It's it was yeah, we know those are the limits. Those kids are troubled. They're not happy. So giving those toys, that's just trying to solve something that isn't there. And so we don't need that, do we? Nope. Now, of course, I would be the kind yelling for everything if I don't get it all. I. I'm not. And that's me now. Yeah, now I if I don't come now, When? This next weekend. I'm going to six shows right. If I don't come back with six T-shirts, it's been a wasted trip. I at least have to have the t shirt, get shirts. Yeah. Hit a bodega, get a buttered roll. Okay. That's a very New York thing to do. Just get a budget roll. It's just a big roll hardball with like a pound of butter on it. And then you have to decide how much of that butter you actually want to eat and then you don't need to eat. So the money that I spent a year would have been money I would have spent out of food. Yep. The New York Times actually did an article one time called The Ode to the Butter Roll on how like utilitarian it is and how New York it is. So check that out. It's actual reading before you go to New York City. I will do that. Yeah. Yeah. So have fun with your trip. And when I'm wearing T-shirts, just know that you have to be jealous. I will be okay. I'm just jealous. You're going back to my. My hometown. I was born in New York City, so let's start spreading the news. I know, I know. So kind of getting back to movies and entertainment and that kind of thing. We thought we were done talking about Everything Everywhere all at Once because we're past Oscar season and that kind of did its thing. And but it's sort of back in the news. Can you talk a little bit about that? Yeah, because many of the people who were involved in that film are also part of a new series on Disney+ called American Born Chinese. And this is based on a graphic novel that won a bunch of awards. And what it is, is it's taking the story of a boy in high school who is Asian-American, who really doesn't feel like he fits in. He feels like, you know, I am the only one, it seems. And the teachers bring to him the new Asian kid years, a new Asian kid. And you're going to of course, you'll be the one to show them the ropes, right? Well, and what he realized is, is is this other kid is from a different world. He's from a much higher realm. And he has all these skills and he's able to do all this kind of stuff. And his aunt is actually the goddess of mercy, played by Michelle Yeoh. So there are there's this kind of otherworldly element to this typical high school kind of growing up a story. And you see how he learns about other things that are around him, how the bullies, how do you deal with the bullies? Will you see that reflected in the the situations that the gods and goddesses have to deal with on a higher level? So and it's very fun. If you've not seen the graphic novel, please read it. It is so fun. The panels are very snarky and they're really very cool. And these are these characters are ones that are just made whole cloth. They're talked about in Chinese culture quite a bit. So they are gods and goddesses who actually are part of their their lore, their history. And so it's not like something that was just made up. It's like, what happens if these people come to visit? And I got a chance to talk to two of the stars of the film. And I was really curious because when this was being filmed, it was kind of the the start of everything everywhere, eating up. It became something while they were there and what it was like to be with these people to see through their eyes what is their that whole experience like. And I, they were very forthcoming. Ben Wong, who is the lead in this show he plays Jin Wong, is a young actor from Minnesota, oddly enough, who just kind of made a decision that he was going to go to musical theater school and that Sidney Taylor, who is his costar in this, plays The Lust Object, who he really loves in this school, but doesn't know that the relationship will ever amount to anything. And they were the two I talked to in conjunction with American born Chinese. All right. So let's go ahead and listen to that interview and we'll come back and talk a little bit about that show, the two of you, when you were making this, I would assume it was the same time that everything everywhere was just blowing up. Was that true? And it came out while we were filming? Yes. What did you learn from Key and from Michelle about dealing with all of that? Because that was just huge. Well, I don't know. They were every time we so like, we shot the show, that movie came out and then, you know, we all went our ways and we get back together once in a while for pro for promotional stuff. Right. And I'd see them every month or two. And I feel like every time I see them, they're they're like pedigree just get bigger and bigger and bigger. So but at the same time, they always remain the same people that we've met On day one before that movie had come out, you know, just humbled. No down to earth and kind and generous people. And so that's what they did. You ask them for acting advice or anything about the business Now? I didn't dare. I was like, if they have, we didn't want to be a**holes. Terry's act. But just like, well, been growing up in Minnesota, how did you even think the idea was going to happen? That you would be in the business? Oh, I didn't either. But I didn't know about the business. I didn't know what the business meant or was or could be. And I definitely didn't see a place for myself in it. But I kind of took a leap of faith. At the end of high school, I decided I was going to go to New York and and and train and in musical theater at NYU. And it was sort of a decision that I made kind of on my own. And yeah, it was really only after I came out to New York and started really understanding what the business was. But now growing up, I was like, This is fun, this is cool. And that's all it will probably ever be. But I'm glad I was wrong. Yeah, always. It's good to be wrong, right? Had you to read the book before this all started to happen? Were you familiar with it or not? No, I wasn't familiar with it at all. I hadn't heard of it, but I read it before our chemistry read. We had one chemistry before the audition process was over and I read the whole thing and in probably under an hour and couldn't put it down myself. Yeah, same I had. And I didn't have it growing up in Minnesota. It wasn't in our public library, unfortunately. But yeah, I read it for the first time right after I got the audition size, which is the couple of scenes they show you. I was like, I need to find out more about this project because this just just the few scenes they gave me to audition with were incredible, I thought. And yeah, I ran to the library. I was in Connecticut. I ran. Yes, ran. Not walked, ran, not walked to the to the Stamford, Connecticut public. That's where I was at the time. And I found it and I read it and I was crying and crying on the carpet. And the night guy like the janitor was telling me that we were closing in 6 minutes, You have to leave. And I was like, Please, I need this to 20 or I need the book, right? Yeah. You're just like, Yeah, well, you know, had you found anything like that before where you said, you know, this I can relate to at all? Never, Never. And that was what was so incredible. It made me realize that it's doing media is not always just sort of an empathetic act, right? Where you're learning about some something else and relating to something that's not quite like what your experiences are. For the first time, I was like, Oh, you can read something and feel like it's about you. And that was really powerful and it made me, you know, really want to get to work on the show because I know this show is going to be that for you. Now, during this time, what is that like, that anticipation that this could really be something huge? Yeah, it's we've been sitting on it for a year and I just want people to see it. But I also I don't want like my life to change or I just want people to see it. Exactly. I want people to see it and enjoy it. Yeah. And doing that kind of there are a lot of special effects in this. I was surprised at how many there actually are. Is that difficult to do? I mean, if you go to acting school, I'm assuming that you go, Well, they didn't talk about this. They didn't tell you about the iron diaper in an acting lifting. That's a that's a that's something you used to fly. Oh, I let you elaborate. Let me elaborate more. They put on you this, like Kevlar iron, the thing that looks like a giant diaper that they attach wires, suicide. And there's two guys standing on ladders and pulleys. You know, you growing up watching these movies, you think, oh, it's all must be robots and like, high technology. But no, it's just too big. Do you do on ladders? And then the stunt coordinator goes, okay, action. And they jump off their ladders and you go this way. So it was it was an adventure. It was an adventure. And it was fun, but also kind of terrifying. And Sydney, how did you know that you two were were a real good team together? I we both knew that from like the first day we actually met. We met for the first time in person during the cast dinner and the whole time we were essentially just talking to each other was like this long table with like desks and Cretton and Kelvin. You had Michelle Yeoh and Qi and, and all of these wonderful, wonderful people and me and better at least a small team of people that, you know, bring everyone. And I felt bad, but like we really did just like have a really good connection from the start. I think we bonded over a lot of things that our childhood and shared childhood challenges. But yeah, bring us together. Bonded over it. It's fine. Thank you guys so much. I'm dying for the series to be really a huge hit. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All right, Bruce, thanks for that interview. Sounds interesting. What's the target audience on this? Have you seen. Yeah, really? They're trying to hit the high school audience and they want to they want to age up a bit so that all Disney shows aren't seen as, oh, they're for kids. They're not Adults can watch it. It's it has a very Mandalorian kind of vibe to it, if you will, where you can put the whole family in it and they're still going to find something and they're looking to a second season. So it isn't like one and done. I think what it does, though, is it opens us up to a bunch of Asian stories that we've never heard before. And I think by doing that, we're going to see much richer stories. There's going to be more storytelling that isn't repetitive. And I think there, you know, even now, when you look at some of the summer movies, there are influences that we're seeing that are already starting to appear. Yeah. So there's also that connection too, with everything everywhere now, Michelle Yeoh is in this and she was obviously in everything everywhere you played. Kwan Yeah, you get it. And then the director of the Shang, she is also involved in this and you'll see a lot of those kind of it's a small community, a lot of those connections, six degrees of separation that come into play in this in this series. And that's kind of fun to see that they got together and they said, you know what? We should be working on these things together and I think what we'll see is they'll it'll be their own little kind of Marvel Universe where they will create more content that will see their world spread out in other ways. And everything everywhere kind of did the same thing. This this series does is it combines two worlds, an otherworldly kind of thing. And then the kind of mundane world of a laundromat owner. And you see how those two can swirl around. Just like this boy in high school and his new friend who has this great extensive relative chain, if you will. I think that's I think we're going to see more of that. I think that's this is the sign of things to come. And why not? You know, if you look back, name Asian age, Asian movies that you really warm to. Are you remember Asian series Fresh Off the Boat was like the last thing I can remember that had any kind of theming like this. Let's see these stories because they're interesting stories. They're fascinating stories. And I think it's it's a brand new world for everybody. So looking a little bit further now out into the summer, there's another story which also has a little bit of a connection to everything everywhere. Stephanie Hsu, who we saw on Oscar, right? She is an Oscar nominee for that movie. She's going to be in a movie this summer. That was directorial debut by Adele Lim, who co-wrote Crazy Rich Asians. Joy RIde Yeah, And Joy Ride is like a lot of those girls Trip hang over any of those ones. They were kind of a group of people getting together and getting in trouble. And now we're seeing it in theaters with older actresses. Look at the book club, the next Chapter 84. Brady All these are kind of really takes on Golden Girls. You look at the Golden Girls, you see they put four people together there. Each one represents a different kind of aspect of a community. And then how do they cope when they get into trouble? And that's joy, right? Right there. Yeah. And it's also, I guess, an opportunity to to kind of break out because it's one of those buddy movies to an extent, but it gets away from the traditional body of just, you know, three or four dudes kind of hanging out together. It's it's yeah, it's an extension of yet more opportunity to find somebody you like. You know there's a character you can relate to and you always think, which one would I be? I would be the whatever what. So yeah, I think it's going to be big. I think this will be a big film. And I do think that the momentum that we've been seeing with shows like Everything Everywhere and also with now American born Chinese, and I'm not I'm not trying to shine you on with this, but I do think it's going to be huge this summer. I think it's going to be one of those TV shows that you're going to say, I must watch it. I must see this, because it's fascinating, fascinating to watch. It does look pretty good. I know when you forwarded me the the audio, there was some press materials included. I may have you might have copy. I might have snooped a little bit, looked at a clip here or there. It looks really good. I'm kind of excited for this. And I, I think as a family, somebody who's looking for family entertainment because it's really getting hard sometimes to find. And my kids are at that age where they're too old for the little kids stuff. But some of the other shows that are out there are just a little too mature for them still. And it looks like that type of show where as a tween even, they'll be able to kind of get into it. So I'm kind of looking forward to it. With the writers strike going on, I think you need to embrace these things that are written because we are going to have a long stretch of reality shows, game shows, sporting events that will make you glad that you saw something that was scripted. They've already announced the fall schedules for the networks and they're just packed with game shows. And I don't know, even if it's Jeopardy, I don't know how often I can watch it. I can't take any more of that. I just I have to hope and pray that my New York Mets are going very deep into the playoffs because there you go. Yeah. Yeah. That's what looks like we're going to be basing. But can I tell you another one that I have been watching and it's coming out this next week. It's called Secrets of Hillsong and I don't know about the Hillsong Church, but the Hillsong Church was the one that Justin Bieber started attending. It's kind of a hip megachurch and the the preacher, there was somebody that, you know, I mean, come on, you think he's hip, he's cool. This guy, Carl Lentz, is his name. He is just the man. And you can see why celebrities were attracted to him. A lot of basketball players were members of the church. And then he had a fall and he was apparently seeing more of the babysitter then or the nanny then the kids were. And so then he resigned and is no longer at the church. But he participated in this documentary that talks about Hillsong. And Hillsong is a huge force in the Christian music business because they do a lot of Christian albums. They've won Grammys. I mean, it's they're they're the big deal. But it started in Australia and it goes back and it kind of shows us how this church got going. What spurred the church and what keeps it going. Now they don't talk to the guy who founded the church and it says at the end of every episode we tried to reach him. He would not return our calls. He is not. So this is not a complete documentary where you go, Oh my God, this is what really is going on because it's still successful. Hillsong is still going. There are still many ministers who are, you know, doing their thing and bringing in that hipper, younger audience. But that's something that you hear at churches all the time. How do we get the young people? How do we get the young people? Well, here they show you in this documentary how they got the young people to come to their church and what that meant. And then those young people talk about what the church either did or didn't do for them. But it's a fascinating documentary. And yes, Carl Lentz does talk in this and he talks about his experience and the things that he did wrong. That's on Epix and also Hulu. And you'll see that coming out this next week. All right. So that's another one. Check out last week's episode that we did. We looked at six movies to watch the summer episodes done very well so far, but we only touched on six movies. So next week, seven, we're going to kind of yeah, we're going to do the top 100 movies that you may now want to watch. Yeah, no, we're we're going to look at there's kind of like, I guess to some degree it's the best of the rest movies that are coming out this summer, but also an opportunity for us to maybe pick out some that we think might just like crash and burn horribly. It should be fun. So come back next week and we will extend our summer blockbuster preview. And until then, thank you for listening to streamed and screened.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

IELTS Energy English Podcast
IELTS Energy: IELTS is Everything, Everywhere, All at Once

IELTS Energy English Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2023 12:59


Go to https://allearsenglish.samcart.com/products/3-keys-ielts-may-offer/ to save $182 on our new and improved 3 Keys IELTS online course! We are so excited to finally launch the new and improved 3 Keys IELTS course! Now with more speaking practice, personalized speaking and writing feedback, and completely updated lessons. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Nicolas Cage: A Complete Works Podcast
Ep. 33 - Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)

Nicolas Cage: A Complete Works Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2023 67:45


This week, it's time to talk about Michelle Yeoh's very first animated film! Yeoh joins the cast of the blockbuster Dreamworks sequel, KUNG FU PANDA 2, alongside voices like Jack Black, Angeline Jolie, Gary Oldman, her future EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE co-star James Hong, and Jackie Chan (now joining the Yeoh Four-Timers Club)!

New Life Irvine
Everything, Everywhere, All at Once – A Mother's Day Sermon

New Life Irvine

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2023


Psalm 131 1. Are you quiet inside? Is Psalm 131 your experience? If not, how would you describe the “noise” that is inside you? 2. How would you describe your relationship with your mom? Healthy or unhealthy? In what ways, do you see the image of God through her? 3. For parents, describe your most embarrassing parenting mistake. For non-parents, describe your most fond memory of your mom. 4. Pride is fundamentally competitive. For those who have less, we feel […]

Review It Yourself
Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) with Sarah from 'Weird Horizon'

Review It Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 61:55


Sean was not impressed with Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) and doesn't 'get it'. Sarah from Weird Horizon is here to try and figure out what didn't land for Sean and discusses her own views on the film. My Guest: Sarah hosts the 'Weird Horizon' podcast, which contains "Discussions on the spooky and the esoteric, the counter-cultural and the just plain weird". Check it out here: https://anchor.fm/weirdhorizon  Discussion Points: -Sarah was told by friends that she would cry watching this, but she didn't. -Sarah and Sean can't understand how this film has become the most awarded film of all time. -The film is inventive and entertaining, but feels under-developed in some areas. -Sean doesn't understand how certain actors won awards for their performances. -Sarah and Sean feel that Sadie Sink or Hong Chau should have won the Best Supporting Actress. -Sean follows Chatsunami's advice and adds a disclaimer. -The weight of expectations. -Sarah would watch an extended version which delves more into the emotions/substance of the relationships between the members of the family. -"I would've been happy with you doing laundry"- well you weren't mate, you were going to divorce her. -It does feel like a film crafted by human beings and has a great sense of humour. -Sarah and Sean both loved the raccoon universe. -They then dive into Best Academy Award Film Winners since 2005. -The comparisons between this film and The Shape of Water (2017). -Sean Reads Balanced Reviews: Sean pays homage to 'Bill Reads Bad Reviews' and trawls the internet for some lesser-than-favourable reviews for the film. Both Sarah and Sean are surprised by how balanced the majority of this lower-rating reviews are. Raised Questions: -Was this film built up to much? -Is Jamie Lee Curtis on-screen more in Halloween Kills (2021) than in this? -What was the daughter's issue? -Would Sean have preferred a film set solely in the sausage-fingers universe? -Do Sean's analogies make any sense? -Why didn't Sarah cry? -Is Sean obsessed with Reminiscence? -Despite being very well made, does this film actually do anything new? -What were the judging panel on? -Was The Whale (2022) "too Oscar-y" to win? -Will this film have any cultural impact? Quotes of the episode: -"What a beautiful day to be alive! Oh sh*t, Reminiscence exists". -"I've seen it all before. It might have had different wrapping, but I've had this present before". -"It just didn't do it for me". Sarah's film recommendations: Parasite (2019). The Whale (2022). Sean's film recommendations: The Green Book (2018). -All Quiet on the Western Front (2022). Trailer: FilmFloggers: www.filmfloggers.com Review It Yourself now has a Patreon! Choose from TWO memberships: -'Nowt Special' Side Series: This 'Nowt Special' tier gives you Exclusive Access to a (ANOTHER) side-series in which Sean watches older, classic films.... + other benefits. -Rewatch It Yourself: +All the benefits of the 'Nowt Special' tier PLUS -An even-more exclusive series, where Sean takes you through every Zombie film he owns (there's quite a few). Find us here: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/review_it_yourself21 Twitter: @YourselfReview Instagram: reviewityourselfpodcast2021

The Bagel Report
'Onioning' Identity with the Asian-Jewish LUNAR Collective (with Jenni Rudolph and Maryam Chishti)

The Bagel Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 57:11


This week, the Bagels welcome Jenni Rudolph and Maryam Chishti, co-executive directors of The LUNAR Collective to the virtual studio to talk about Asian Jewish identity. How do they feel about Asian representation in movies like Everything Everywhere and Turning Red?Jenni and Maryam share personal stories and tease a possible LUNAR Jewish-Asian Book Club. The Bagels and the LUNAR team peel back layers of identity to find meaning and explore the idea of inclusion and belonging. What kind of bagels would they be? After all that peeling, we can't believe that no one said "onion bagel."Connect with us on socials!Twitter: @estherk, @ebenmoche and @TheBagelReportInstagram: @estherkustanowitz, @ebenmoche and @tbrthepod Email us at: thebagelreport@gmail.comLINKS:LUNAR Collective: https://www.weareasianjews.org/Film series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU5vDDCvar8WpNACWM1bWT78aSB1NiEivInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/asian.jews/

The Jade Throne podcast
Episode 216: Shatterpoint Everything Everywhere All at Once

The Jade Throne podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 59:41


This episode we look at the flood of info on all the wave one units! Check us out on social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1758341227721591/ Twitter: @thejadethrone Email: thejadethronepodcast@gmail.com

Wizards Vs. Lesbians
BONUS: EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE

Wizards Vs. Lesbians

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023 62:54


We are glad to live in a world where a movie as weird as this can win Best Picture, and we have a lot to say about it.  Our guest for this episode is Soyi Kim, doctor of comparative literature and art history (and big fan of this film, more to the point.)

Write Your Screenplay Podcast
Everything Everywhere All at Once PART 2: The Opening Sequence

Write Your Screenplay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2023 44:49


Jake does a deep, line by line analysis of the opening sequence of Everything Everywhere All at Once to help you understand how to write a great opening sequence for your own movie. If you liked this Podcast, join us for Thursday Night Writes! Our Happy Hour of Writing Exercises with Jake every Thursday night at 7:00 pm ET, RSVP: https://www.writeyourscreenplay.com/free-writing-classes-thursday-night-writes/ Learn more about our programs: https://www.writeyourscreenplay.com

Travel Goals Podcast
How to plan the perfect USA National Parks trip

Travel Goals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2023 35:42


Are you dreaming of adventure and connecting with the great outdoors? Sounds like you need a trip to one of the many incredible national parks in the USA. In this episode, we learn how to plan the perfect USA National Parks trip with Gary Arndt. Gary is the host of the Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast, and he is also an award-winning blogger and national park pro. As part of a personal challenge, Gary has visited most of the national parks in the USA and has a wealth of information and top tips to share with you. We talk more about the national parks in the US and how each park has its own unique landscapes, trails, activities and accommodation options and how you can plan a day trip or an overnight visit.  With over 60 parks to choose from, planning a national park trip can feel a tad overwhelming, especially if you're visiting from outside the US. We discuss planning top tips and get into why you should consider what region you want to visit, how long to stay in the parks, and if your top priority is hiking, wildlife spotting or going off-grid. What your budget is and how you'll get to the park. Luckily, Gary has covered everything you need to know to have a dream trip to a national park in the USA.  Gary isn't just a national parks expert! Before launching the Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast in July 2020, he spent the previous 13 years travelling around the world. His travels have taken him to over 200 countries, territories, and all 50 US states….twice!  His blog Everything Everywhere was named one of the Top 25 Blogs in the world by Time Magazine. He has also appeared in USA Today, the New York Times, the BBC, and National Geographic.  He is also one of the world's most accomplished travel photographers. He was named Travel Photographer of the Year in 2014 by the Society of American Travel Writers and in 2013 & 2015 by the North American Travel Journalists Association. Gary currently hosts and produces the Everything Everywhere Daily podcast. It features stories of people, places, and things covering various topics, including history, science, and geography. Make sure to subscribe and download Gary's podcast today  *** Hi, I'm your podcast host Portia Jones, [nickname Pip Jones], I'm a freelance travel journalist, podcaster and newsletter writer. I've travelled extensively around the world, and I'm available for hire for travel journalism and podcasting. You can see my online travel journalism portfolio here.  Are you a destination or travel brand that wants to sponsor the Travel Goals Podcast? Email me to discuss sponsorship and advertising opportunities on Travel Goals.  Make sure to connect with me online as well, I'm @travelgoalspod and @pip_says on Twitter and @pipsays and @travelgoalspodcast on Instagram. Enjoy the podcast! 

Defense & Aerospace Report
Defense & Aerospace Air Power Podcast [May 04, 23] Ep16: Everything Everywhere All At Once

Defense & Aerospace Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 39:58


We talk the whirling world of global air power with Douglas Barrie of the International Institute for Strategic Studies. And GE Aerospace's David Tweedie on the latest in military aircraft engines.

That Solo Life: The Solo PR Pro Podcast
Everything Everywhere All at Once: Social Media in 2023

That Solo Life: The Solo PR Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 18:17


The current state of the social media landscape is anything but stable. Twitter continues to devolve. TikTok is going strong, but will its use be banned in the United States? It's a challenge to keep up with the changes in current channels and evaluate new options. In this episode, we discuss this uncertainty and how you can keep your focus on using the right channels at the right time for your clients.   Transcript Michelle Kane: Thank you for joining us for an episode of That Solo Life, the podcast for PR pros and marketers who work for themselves. People like me, Michelle Kane, with VoiceMatters, and my ever-steady co-host, Karen Swim, of Solo PR Pro. Hi, Karen. How are you today? Karen Swim: Hello. I am good. We got a little peek of sunshine this morning, and it was way overdue since we had lingering winter weather here in Michigan. I feel pretty good, because the sunshine definitely recharges me. Michelle Kane: It's so true. You don't realize until you haven't had it for a few days and you think, "Ugh, come on, sunshine." Yes, yes, definitely. We had a little taste of summer, but now we're back to actual spring. I don't know. It was sunny up until probably an hour ago. Karen Swim: Yeah. Michelle Kane: I've been kind of refusing, I'm like, "I'm not wearing a jacket. I don't care if I'm cold. I'm past that." Karen Swim: I've been stuck in winter clothes because I couldn't take it anymore, and I was freezing. It hasn't just been lack of sun, it's actually been ... it's just been winter here. Everybody's still in their winter gear, which kind of stinks considering it's the ... Michelle Kane: It does. Karen Swim: ... end of April. Hopefully. Michelle Kane: Well, as the Great Purple One said, Sometimes It Snows in April. Sometimes, as we're going to talk about today, sometimes changes in social media and our landscape can also make you a bit bonkers. We're good. It's not just Twitter and the whole mess over there. It's, where are people spending their time now, and what components have changed? How does that impact how you find your audience? It almost feels like the beginning of social media where I think, not that we've become complacent, but for a while, we kind of knew, all right, that's that, that's that, we know where to find everything. Suddenly, they moved our cheese all over the place. Karen Swim: Yeah. Michelle Kane: We'll just touch on that today, and talk about our experiences, and please do hit us up at SoloPRPro.com and share your experiences, because we really want to hear about it. Karen Swim: It's interesting. I saw yesterday someone talk about a reporter was discussing that Twitter in particular became part of our habits. It's pretty much ingrained. We, for the past decade, we would go to Twitter and we would use it for real time news and were accustomed to PR professionals developing relationships or maintaining relationships with journalists there, we would source queries there. We would see what people were up to. It was built into our daily habits, much like Facebook was the place where we just learned to go to keep up with family and friends. Now there's so many revenge Twitter sites. Michelle Kane: I love that, revenge Twitter sites. Karen Swim: People are dispersed. Now, even [inaudible 00:03:26] has notes. People are communicating over there around posts that are authored, which is sort of a new old version of what the blog post used to be. The blog post would be the community gathering place. Everybody would go and comment on blogs every day. Then you have these algorithms that have changed everywhere. You've got ... Michelle Kane: Completely. Karen Swim: ... Google changing, you've got even YouTube changing. YouTube is another social media site, and their ad revenue has dropped to 6.7 billion in the first quarter of this year. With their 2.6% year-over-year decline, people are really wondering, okay, creators, but then also enterprises. We have clients, we all have clients that have YouTube channels, and we've all been told for such a long period of time that it's a great way to have your own thought leadership platform and share information with your audience. Well, if ad revenue is dropping and algorithms are changing, and TikTok shorts are becoming more popular than YouTube, we're faced with a lot of questions about where in the hack do we spend our time, and where do we tell our clients to spend their time? Michelle Kane: So true, so true. It also brings back the notion, or should I say, it's a core principle, always own your real estate, always have a website, always try to be building your email list, because then these questions aren't as potent. There's definitely a space for social to amplify your message. Yeah. There are a lot of question marks of where are your audiences spending your time? From the professional development side, where are our colleagues and our contacts spending their time? How can they be found? We'll throw into the mix of, I don't think it's imminent, but the status of TikTok. Is it going to stick around? We don't know. There are a lot of questions. Another core best practice has always been don't try to be on all the social things all at once. You'll just make yourself crazy. You'll not only dilute your energy, you'll dilute your effectiveness. It's best thing to do is to just take some time, remind yourself who is the audience for your client, and just look around and see. Okay, where are these people spending their most time? Take it from there. Then the nice thing about social and the digital world is you have that liberty to be nimble. Karen Swim: I agree. Michelle Kane: It's not like you're building this massive website with message boards and you're going to launch it. It's just, okay, well this doesn't seem to be working. You certainly want to give it enough time to work. We all know, these delicate balances. Give it enough time to work, but if it doesn't seem to be gaining traction, then move on. Karen Swim: It's interesting, because I used to do a lot of social media strategy and management when it first came on the scene, and for many years after that. I, last year, made the decision that I was out. Recently, someone approached me and I'm like, "No, thank you." I've gotten asked to do, and I'm like, "No. I'm done with social media." My advice back then was the same, prioritize. Don't try to be on all the channels. We had our fewer channels back then too. Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: I think one of the magic words that you said for me is don't neglect building your own email list. Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: That's still so key and a great way to stay in touch with your audience. I think for B2B or B2C companies, it doesn't matter. It's so important to have one reliable channel where people can get up to date, accurate information. This morning, my sister was going to try this restaurant that's been around and one that I'm familiar with, and she went to the website to check their hours. Big mistake. These days when it comes to the food industry in particular, or even stores, I usually just call. Michelle Kane: Yeah. Karen Swim: Websites are not being maintained, which sometimes it's because they have a one-off, maybe they don't have staffing for that day. Yes, those are their normal hours, but that day, they can't be open their normal hours. She got there and they were not going to be open for an hour later. I said, "Didn't you check the hours beforehand?" She goes, "Well, the website said." Well, the website is usually the last place that I look for hours these days. Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: I'll go on Instagram or one of the social media channels to see what they said on that day. I realize it's a day by day. Then I'll call just to verify. Michelle Kane: Yeah, that's a good point. Google business listings can be reliable. I like that Google indicates the last time hours were updated, because it lets you know. Karen Swim: Right. Michelle Kane: Oh, okay. Karen Swim: Absolutely. Michelle Kane: Yeah, you're right. It's shifting. Karen Swim: Your hours are fluctuating, or in this case, the reason that they were opening later is because they were preparing for an event. If you have those kind of one-offs or there's some fluctuation, you still need to make sure that that information is easily accessible to your audience. Not everybody is a food business. Not everybody even has brick and mortar offices anymore. In technology, which is the industry that I specialize in, almost no one has an office. Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: They're all remote. You still need to make sure that there's one channel that you are posting on frequently, so that people know like, "Oh, let me go check their X." Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: I vote for website. I always vote for website, because it's the one thing that no one else has control over, but you. As Michelle said, it's your real estate, it's your domain. Y,ou should always at least have your website updated all the time at all times, with all of the latest information, with all of the happenings, because that's the one place that people will like, "Okay, let's check the website, let's head there and see what's going on." Then pick a social channel. Today, for me, and for most of my clients, it's really LinkedIn and a newsletter. Michelle Kane: Yeah. Karen Swim: Of course, their website. Michelle Kane: LinkedIn, I've seen a huge uptick in requests of me to subscribe to people's newsletters on LinkedIn. Hey, that could work for you as well. At least it's a place where depending what your type of business is, like minded people will be congregating. The people that you might be doing business with or for are hanging out. We all know this. We all know the social platforms have different purposes. If you're trying to get something out to the public, it's different ways, it's Facebook. Yeah, gosh. Even I still work in social media. I still manage pages. It's not as fun as it used to me, but I keep telling some of my clients that get frustrated, I say, "Hey, you're going to get so tired of your content, because the 80/20 rule with the way the algorithm is, does it really pay off?" Sure, I'll share other people's things really as a way of networking online, but if you're trying to get your message out consistently, I had someone ask, it's a brick and mortar retail establishment. No one's calling. The call to action is the little phone icon and the phone number. I have to say, I'm like, "Well, they're probably not going to." We do it as a point of reference to slowly subliminally plant that maybe on the 12th time they see it, if they're ready for your service, that's another factor, then maybe they'll call. At least I want it there at their fingertips, because as we all know, the less clicks, the better. We don't like to have to dig down rabbit holes to do business with somebody. Karen Swim: I think for communicators that do still manage social media, one key skillset that I have heard clients asking for, and just lots of ... I can't find the word. What are the people that we do business with? Organizations. The one skill that I see organizations continuously seeking out are people that are experienced in social media ads, particularly LinkedIn ads. If that's not a skillset that you're particularly good at, but you offer social media, I would advise trying to beef up your skillset in that area, because people do want that. I also believe that it's really important these days to also think granular. Michelle Kane: Yes. Karen Swim: I watch Reddit for one of my clients, and it's a gold mine of engagement, because people are talking about my client there in a positive way. It also gives us an opportunity to watch anything that is not quite accurate information. It helps us with our messaging. It helps us to see what questions are being asked. Some audiences are gathering in smaller, more intimate places. They're not necessarily on Twitter, particularly, again, if you're dealing with the general public. Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: When I say general public, it could be consumers, it can be employees. If you're in the workforce space, then part of your market might be people that work at the companies that you work with. I think it's important to not ignore those niche spaces that are more intimate, which can be very appealing for a lot of people these days. It feels quieter, more manageable, and so many people are not on the big channels. Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: If any of us stop for a second and think about your friends that are not in this business, they're not in communications, they're not in marketing, how many of them have a Twitter account? Michelle Kane: Right, or even a Facebook account? Karen Swim: Facebook. Michelle Kane: I see that both with my peers, and also I would say millennials, even Gen Z, they're just not there. Which is important to keep in mind, because even as you do a lot of work in those channels, which is valid, keep in mind that people are spending their time in other spaces, which we can evolve into a whole other conversation about how you should be using all sorts of different mediums. Today's all about how social media is a popcorn machine with the door open. Everything's just all over the place. Karen Swim: I love that. It's true. If I see more than one network pop up, at this point, I'm like, okay ... Michelle Kane: Stop. Karen Swim: ... Pick it up. In the immediate changeover of Twitter, I did establish accounts on Post and Mastodon and some of the other places, but I just have decided personally for my own personal use that I'm like, "You know what? I don't care about any of it." To be honest with you, I do try to use LinkedIn kind of occasionally, and then of course, Instagram, because I have my dog's account, and her account is way more active than mine. Michelle Kane: Thank God for our pets. Karen Swim: Yeah. Michelle Kane: It's true. Karen Swim: I think that it's so complex for us communicators because there's just so many choices, and it's really divided our audience into so many pieces because they're not hanging out in one place anymore. Think about the media landscape too. The same thing happened, but now we're kind of seeing that shift happening. I think we're going to end up with fewer media channels because they can't make money. Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: The theme of media and social media these days is the lack of ad revenue. Michelle Kane: Right. Karen Swim: That is really the theme. They're both struggling with getting people to advertise, and without advertising dollars, you don't have money. Michelle Kane: Right. You think about the dilution of the audiences, with more channels comes less eyeballs across the board. Yeah. That's going to affect all of that. It's just important to keep all of this in mind as we serve our clients. As best you can, just take your time and see where other similar clients maybe are spending their time. Just keep evaluating, which I think all of us do. We all do this, but we just thought we'd talk about this today because sometimes you're like, "Another channel?" Karen Swim: Yeah. The podcast is therapy for us sometimes. Michelle Kane: Oh, that's right. Karen Swim: Feeling the overwhelm of social media dilution and algorithms, algorithm mean too much. Michelle Kane: Yes, exactly. We hope you've gotten value out of this today. We know we have. I feel better. I don't know about you, Karen, but ... Karen Swim: I feel a lot better. Michelle Kane: If you did get something out it, please share it around. I'm sure there are many more of us out there going, "What?" We do value the time that you give us and that you spend with us every week. Until next time, thanks for joining us on That Solo Life.

Grace Chapel
Everything, Everywhere, All The Time

Grace Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 33:14


Revelation tells the story of God's final victory over evil through Christ, and invites us to play our part in that story.

Village Zendo Talks
Talk by Fusho Rice, Hoshi “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once”

Village Zendo Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2023 21:17


Thanks for Participating
Everything Everywhere All at Once

Thanks for Participating

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2023 58:24


We're back!!!! Now that Sydney has finished the school year we can start releasing regular episodes again! Welcome to new listeners of the show, and welcome back to our longtime fans! To celebrate the start of season 3???? we recorded an episode all about [for the most part anyway] the most awarded film of all time!! Thanks for listening!!!   A Cure for Nihilism? Everything Everywhere All at Once   Thanks for Participating is created and hosted by Josh and Sydney Rich   Click here to listen to Atlas, Syd's band's new single!   Josh - Instagram: @josh_is_rich         - Tiktok: @spondulix_ Sydney - Instagram: @dipyourchicken   Thanks for Participating - Instagram: @tfp_pod Thanks for Participating - Twitter: @tfp_show   BRAND NEW MERCH STORE!!!!! (Click here)   Send us mail! participating.podcast@gmail.com Rate and review us on iTunes / Spotify   Cover Art by Vashaun Brandon - @vashaundesigns on IG Check out his website here!   Music by Mitch Frei - @firefrei_on IG; Mitch Frei Music on Youtube

Notorious by Chance
Ep. 163: Everything Everywhere All At Once

Notorious by Chance

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2023 60:27


It's fitting that we decided to start a new tradition of reviewing the Best Picture winner just as we got maybe the craziest Bets Picture winner.............ever? Everything Everywhere All At Once blew both critics and audiences away with it's originality, themes, direction, and acting. It won h=just about every major Academy Award it was nominated for which is even more impressive considering it came out in March. That means it had to maintain momentum and stay in the conversation of Best Movies of the Year for 9 straight months. So what is it about this film that makes it so special? We find out!

Fridays at 5, The Podcast with TnT
Afterhours: Season 5 Ep. 11.5 - Everything Everywhere All at Once and Cricket Water, King Harvest Dancing in the Moonlight Ring Tone

Fridays at 5, The Podcast with TnT

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2023 17:25


Bonus third round of Episode 11. More Michelle Yeoh talk. A bit about Bob Bitner Tattoo Black Dog Cricket Coffee @bobitnertattoo @catalystartscollective @bdcoffeehouse #lenexaks #kclife #midwest #happyhour --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fridaysat5/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fridaysat5/support

Vintage Sand
Vintage Sand Episode 45: Mapping the Metaverse: 2022 in Film

Vintage Sand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2023 86:26


2022 was definitely the everything bagel of movie years. No less an authority than Stephen Spielberg anointed Tom Cruise as the savior of movies this summer, which made sense given the success of "Top Gun: Maverick". Then came the fall, and excellent movies were released…and no one showed up. And even when they did, as with the $2.2 billion dollar gross accumulated by James Cameron's "Dances with Smurfs Part Deux", the movies barely seemed to make a dent in the cultural landscape. It didn't help that so many of our beloved directors released crappy movies: Aronofsky with the odious "The Whale", Russell with his how-could-it possibly-go-wrong-with-that-cast disaster "Amsterdam", Alex Garland with the puzzling (and not in an interesting way) "Men", Iñarritú inadvertently reminding us how brilliant both "Roma" and "8 ½" are with "Bardo", and the literal crapfest (elephant, in this case) that was "Babylon". Sometimes, it felt like 2022 was a living, breathing argument against the auteur theory. Yet there were some very good spots too, including not one but two really interesting portrait-of-the-filmmaker-as-a-young-man movies with "Fabelmans" and "Armageddon Time". The scene of the year? Cate Blanchett as Lydia Tar (née Linda Tarr of Staten Island!) arguing with one of her students about the pointlessness of cancelling Bach in Todd Fields' most welcome return. "Everything Everywhere" became the only film in history to win three acting Oscars and Best Picture. Underappreciated gems like "The Menu" and (sorry, John and Michael) "Don't Worry Darling", and even appreciated ones like "Aftersun" wormed their way into our brains and didn't let go, though I will never look at s'mores the same way again. And we even had a solid Oscars ceremony, with powerhouse performances by Rihanna and Lady Gaga and nearly an epic battle between Malala and Cocaine Bear. Plus, we got perhaps the most sublime moment in American film this century: David Lynch playing John Ford in a Spielberg film. That glorious scene almost took away the sour taste of the “Look, I'm doing Bergman!” montage of film history that ended "Babylon" not nearly soon enough. And while we liked "EO" better when it was "Au Hasard Balthasar", and "Living" better when it was "Ikiru", and we thought that the Siegfried Sassoon biopic "Benediction" was a better World War I film than "All Quiet", there were definitely some tasty tidbits to be found on that everything bagel. An up and down year, but to paraphrase the wondrous Lashana Lynch as Miss Honey in Matilda, it wasn't much, but it was enough for us.

Write Your Screenplay Podcast
Everything Everywhere All At Once: Evelyn's Journey is the Screenwriter's Journey

Write Your Screenplay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2023 42:12


Understand the structure of Everything Everywhere All at Once and how Evelyn's journey relates to the journey of every screenwriter trying to build structure in their screenplay. If you liked this Podcast, join us for Thursday Night Writes! Our Happy Hour of Writing Exercises with Jake every Thursday night at 7:00 pm ET, RSVP: https://www.writeyourscreenplay.com/free-writing-classes-thursday-night-writes/ Learn more about our programs: https://www.writeyourscreenplay.com

Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend
Everything Everywhere All at One Discreet Military Base at the Tip of Long Island: The Brutal Truth of Project Montauk with Whistleblower Arkheim Ra

Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2023 127:29


It's Episode 250! Do you enjoy this podcast? We want to hear your voice in all it's weirdo glory! Go to ratethispodcast.com/openloopsEmbark on a riveting journey into the world of secret programs and hidden realities in this enthralling episode of Open Loops. Arkheim Ra, an MK Ultra and Secret Space Program whistleblower, unveils his chilling experiences with the Montauk Project and its sinister implications. Delve into the shadows of military secrets, mind control, time travel, and even late-90s boy bands, as Arkheim reveals the intricate web of connections that bind these enigmatic programs together.  Uncover the haunting truths behind super soldiers, the suppression of advanced human abilities, and the pervasive impact of these clandestine projects on society.From exploring the mysteries of the white-suited people to examining the dark side of time travel and the abuse suffered by those involved in the Montauk Project, this gripping conversation uncovers a world hidden in plain sight. As Arkheim shares his personal journey from a phoenix to a human (do mythical creatures have preferred pronouns?), he highlights the importance of open dialogue and the need for justice and accountability for those affected by these covert operations.Immerse yourself in the enthralling stories of lost souls, forced contracts, and alternate dimensions in an episode that will challenge your perceptions and push the boundaries of what you thought was possible.  Don't miss this captivating episode of Open Loops, where the line between reality and illusion begins to blur.  Just not in that creepy Robin Thicke sorta way. Listen to Arkheim's Music Here: https://bloth.bandcamp.com/

The North Coast Podcast
Michael Hartney (Repost)

The North Coast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2023 36:20


We are on a season 1 hiatus! That means we are reposting some of our favorite episode from the first season of The North Coast Podcast, until we return , full throttle, with a season 2! Enjoy this episode featuring the ever so talented and hilarious, Michael Hartney, who discusses living in the woods, back pain, and thirst traps. The North Coast Podcast is a Musical Comedy podcast featuring interviews, improvised hip-hop songs, and long-form improv from New York City's long-running hip hop-improv team, North Coast. From conversations with comedians, hip-hop artists, and other exciting creatives, you can now bring the infectious energy of a North Coast show into your headphones with this brand new podcast. Produced by Anna Torzullo and Douglas WidickNorthcoastnyc.comNorth Coast -  @northcoastnycRj Williams - @rjron.williamsMichael Crisol - @TheDoctorBrickMel Rubin @melrubin2Billy Soco @bsocoDouglas Widick @douglaswidickLuke Miller @lukemillerfakeRalf Jean-Pierre -  @preciousgorgeousralf Anna Torzullo - @AtorzzWith a cast of improv comedy veterans in New York City, North Coast's explosive performances have been packing comedy venues, universities, and festivals nationwide since 2009. Built around a single suggestion from an audience member, the show's improvised scenes escalate into full-blown hip-hop songs, facilitated by resident beatboxer, Doctor Brick. With their seamless melding of comedic timing and freestyle rapping abilities, North Coast frequently blurs the line between comedy show and concert, drawing audiences from the comedy, hip-hop, and theater communities for an experience that has been hailed as “mind-blowing” and “next level” by critics and audiences alike.Named one of the “Top Ten Best Comedy Shows”  by Time Out New York, North Coast has been featured on Vh1, in Slate's Podcast The Gist, The Village Voice, and The New York Times Comedy Listings. Currently, you can catch them performing monthly at the Peoples Improv Theater. 0:00 Start2:35 Intro and Cypher 2:32 - Back Hurts3:20 - Hunk Algorithm 4:40 - MCU Conspiracy Theories6:00 - Everything Everywhere all at once7:00 - Doctor Brick's Explore Page7:19 - SONG - Thicc Boys with Beards10:00 - How did he hurt his back 11:00 Sleep Hygiene14:49 - SONG He's a Performative Bitch 17:00 - Hartney's Latest Sketch Show18:28 - Hartney's Country Getaway21:33 - Hartney's Pets25:26 - SONG - “Petiquette”30 - Disney adult32:52 - SONG Refresh the Restaurant

Crashing the War Party
American primacy is everything, everywhere, all at once: a convo with Dan DePetris

Crashing the War Party

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2023 38:35


Washington's impulse to do something has created a foreign policy consensus that relies on the American military being everywhere, all at once, and all things to everyone in the world. Looking at today's headlines, it would be easy to see how the long arm of U.S. primacy is totally stretched — and becoming more ineffective every day. Syndicated columnist Daniel DePetris talks to us this week about a number of hotspots across the world — from Haiti to the Taiwan Strait — applying some common sense and restraint and talking a bit about what it's like to be on the "wrong side" of today's critical debates.In the first segment, Kelley and Dan discuss the massive Pentagon leaks and muse over who could be behind them, given that their revelations are highly embarrassing to all sides — U.S., Russia, and Ukrainian included.More from Daniel DePetris:Biden was right to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, Chicago Tribune (paywall), 4/10/23Don't Press the Panic Button on Saudi-Chinese Ties, Newsweek, 4/7/2023What to do about Haiti? Newsweek, 3/23/23Ron DeSantis's nonexistent isolationism, The Washington Examiner, 3/19/23 This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit crashingthewarparty.substack.com

Popcorn Psychology
Everything Everywhere All at Once: Intergenerational Trauma & Nihilism

Popcorn Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2023 139:24


Welcome to Season Six of Popcorn Psychology!! We are kicking off this season with the 2023 Oscar winner for Best Picture: Everything Everywhere All At Once! We deep dive into the subject of intergenerational trauma between the main character Evelyn with both her father and her daughter. We also explore the movie's themes on nihilism and existentialism. Come listen and don't get sucked into the bagel!!

CineXpress
Throwback #116 - Everything Everywhere All At Once

CineXpress

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2023 75:13


Everything Everywhere All At Once the Daniels 2022 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinexpress/support

Rice N Beans
Movie Club - Everything Everywhere All At Once

Rice N Beans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2023 36:41


For any questions or comments email: the.rice.n.beans@gmail.com Or check out our Instagram: @ricenbeanspodcast

Give Mike a Mic: RELOADED
Episode 87: Everything, Everywhere, All The News

Give Mike a Mic: RELOADED

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2023 55:27


Here's a little bit of extra meat for your news sandwich. We talk about the Warner Brothers/Discovery merger, some MCU news, James Gunn, our reaction to the new "Fast X" trailer and how many blunts it will take some of us to sit through it. SOUND OFF & send us a message with your thoughts about this episode - https://anchor.fm/givemikeamic/message Make sure to RATE, REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE to this podcast wherever you're listening at. HIT THE BELL so you never miss a new video episode on YouTube and Spotify! Give Mike a FOLLOW over on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok. If you'd like to be a sponsor of the show, slide into our social media DMs or email us at givemikeamic@gmail.com for more info. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/givemikeamic/message

Breakfast All Day
Episode 354: Movie News, Beau Is Afraid (NO Spoilers!), Tetris, Christy revisits Everything Everywhere All at Once

Breakfast All Day

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2023 35:48


"Beau Is Afraid" is one of the most anticipated movies of the year, and we're thrilled to bring you an early Breakfast All Day review. No spoilers here as we discuss the three-hour nightmare odyssey from writer-director Ari Aster, but we'll do a more in-depth discussion after the film opens nationwide on April 21. We also catch-up with "Tetris" on Apple TV+, and Christy revisits "Everything Everywhere All at Once" one year and seven Oscars later to see if she feels differently about it. And in news, we discuss all the big Star Wars Celebration announcements, trailers for "The Mother," "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny" and "The Marvels," and more. Thanks as always for sharing some of your time with us.

For Better Or Worse: A Movie and TV Podcast
"Everything, Everywhere, All At Once" May Be One Of The Best Movies We've Ever Seen!

For Better Or Worse: A Movie and TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2023 48:12


In this week's Episode, Gino and Toby gush over "Everything, Everywhere, All At Once" for almost an hour.Video Version Available at:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTosvwk0VmStNX9NBQjP5YQ

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church Sermons
Everything Everywhere Easter -- Pastor Katy

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2023 15:40


Pastor Katy preaches on this Easter Sunday morning. Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 am and on our website live-streaming at 9:30 am.

Culture Shocked
Everything, Everywhere, All At Once (Part 2)

Culture Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2023 55:32


We gave you Everything, Everywhere...Now it's time for All at Once!The guys are back to finish up their discussion on one of the best movies to come out in 2022. Everything, Everywhere, All At Once! Where do they rank it in their movies of 2022? Do some of them rank it high in their favorite movies, ever? Do we ever get to taste the Bagel? Find out right here!If you would please go follow us on all the socials? We would love you all forever...in a friend way...don't be weird!!!Please go rate and review us anywhere you get your podcastsTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/cspodcast21Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cultureshockedpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultureshocked21YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cultureshocked21Website: https://cultureshocked.buzzsprout.com/

That Video Game Podcast
TVGP Critical Misses S18E02: Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022)

That Video Game Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2023 51:01


Featuring: Michael “Boston” Hannon Paul “Moonpir” Carver-Smith Running Time: 51:00 Video Version: YouTube To wrap up this quick season of the top 2022 movies, we try to figure out what we got ourselves into with Everything Everywhere All At Once! With us knowing next to nothing going in, join us as we go on the ride of our life (lives?) with our favorite 2022 movie featuring an everything bagel. Applause sound effect from SoundBible Royalty free music from https://www.fesliyanstudios.com Become a patron of TVGP for just a few dollars a month at E1M1's Patreon Page! Get two month early access to Critical Misses, uncensored outtakes, and much more for just $5/month!

First Timers Movie Club
Everything Everywhere All At Once

First Timers Movie Club

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2023 78:31


Join Patrick and Lolo as they show special guest Sam Tady the multi-Oscar-award-winning film, Everything Everywhere All At Once. Hear his reaction, and learn about how this indie hit that has stolen all our hearts came to be!New episodes of First Timers Movie Club come out every other Friday so click SUBSCRIBE and rate us five stars to make sure you don't miss our next episode!Become a Patron today for access to exclusive episodes and videos: https://www.patreon.com/ixfilmproductionsHave a favorite (or least favorite) famous movie that you think we should've seen? Reach out to IX Film Productions on Twitter, Instagram or email and we'll add it to our list!Watch Tady Brothers Productions award winning short film “The Siren Stratagem” on YouTube: https://youtu.be/bky4j4JTpuoOur upcoming Events and Screenings mentioned in this episode:See Vegan Apocalypse at the Bare Bones Film Festival: http://www.barebonesfilmfestival.org/ See Vegan Apocalypse at the Free State Film Festival: https://freestatefestival.org/Follow IX Film Productions for podcast updates, stand up comedy, original web shorts and comedy feature films at:Facebook: www.facebook.com/ixfilmproductionsInstagram: @IXProductionsYouTube: www.youtube.com/ixfpSubscribe to our newsletter for monthly updates on our website: www.ixfilmproductions.com"First Timers Movie Club" is brought to you by IX Film Productions."Making the World a Funnier Place one Film at a Time"MusicThe Curtain Rises by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5007-the-curtain-risesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Asian, Not Asian
S3E12 Fit Checks and Everything Everywhere with Mary HK Choi (Vice, author of "Yolk")

Asian, Not Asian

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2023 69:47


S3E12 Fit Checks and Everything Everywhere with Mary HK Choi (Vice, author of "Yolk")Author Mary HK Choi lays bare Mic's soul. Then, we talk Oscar wins.H A C K C I T Y C O M E D Yhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/hack-city-comedy-with-mic-nguyen-jenny-arimoto-tickets-551821983407V O I C E M A I L646-809-7231F O L L O Whttps://www.instagram.com/asiannotasianpodhttps://www.instagram.com/nicepantsbrohttps://www.instagram.com/jennyarimoto/P A T R E O Nhttps://www.patreon.com/asiannotasianpod P A R T N E R S - Thanks to the U.S Department of Health and Human Services for making this episode happen visit vaccines.gov-Experience Magic mind, use code "asian20" to get 40% off at magicmind.co/asian - BETTER HELP: This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/asian and get on your way to being your best self. Get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp.com/asian - Helix Sleep Mattress: $125 off ALL mattress orders for ANALs at helixsleep.com/asian - Hawthorne.co is offering 10% off of your first purchase! Visit hawthorne.co and use PROMO CODE “NOTASIAN” - TUSHY Bidets: Go to hellotushy.com/ANA for 10% off!- THE SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE: www.joinallofus.org/asiannotasian- HBO MAX: http://hbom.ax/ana2- EXPRESS VPN: 3 Months free at expressvpn.com/asian- FUNDRISE: Fundrise.com/asian- SANZO: DrinkSanzo.com and use promo code “ASIANNOTASIAN”- TruBill: Truebill.com/Asian- Quip: GetQuip.com/Asian- Athletic Greens: Athleticgreens.com/asiannotasian - Shopify: Shopify.com/asian - Manscaped: Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code ASIAN- Big Brother Big Sister: https://bit.ly/30zQZan- Nutrafol: www.nutrafol.com (Promo code: Asian)- Sesanood: www.sesanood.com (Promo code: AsianNotAsian)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Morning Reel
72 - "Everything Everywhere All At Once"

Morning Reel

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2023 11:30


"Everything Everywhere All At Once" is the perfect film as much as it's not my favorite film, it deserves most of the Oscars (and you'll hear why). Overall it's gerat, action-packed, drama goes all over the place and this film in general does go all over the place and as the film goes, the message of it is just in your face and it remains there for the duration of it and I personally love it. It's about real life taken in all kinds of versions of itself and wouldn't we want to know that? I praise the film for it's acting, screenplay, direction and editing. Mostly the editing. It couldn't have been the film it is without the editor who conquered this film. Although I didn't say it, a couple of things I didn't like of the film PERSONALLY, is the overuse of music and sound fx for certain sequenes, mainly the fight sequences. But then again, that doesn't take away from the film in general.I'd give the film four out of four tokes.#everythingeverywhereallatonce #thedaniels #morningreel

Jumpers Jump
EP.124 - JOSH'S HIDDEN FAMILY TREASURE, BIRTHDAY RITUAL THEORY & NEIGHBORHOOD GHOST STORIES

Jumpers Jump

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2023 100:27


Jump in with Carlos Juico and Gavin Ruta on episode 124 of Jumpers Jump. This episode we discuss: Childhood games and stories, A slug that paralyzed a man, Puss in Boots Theory, Coco theory, Everything Everywhere all at once theory, How to break bad news to homies, Josh's hidden family treasure, Our neighborhood ghost stories, Birthday ritual theory, Crazy Life theories and much more! Follow the podcast: @JumpersPodcast Follow Carlos: @CarlosJuico Follow Gavin: @GavinRutaa Check out the podcast on YouTube: https://bit.ly/JumpersJumpYT Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

I'm Quitting Alcohol
3 Years 319 days - Everything Everywhere All at Once

I'm Quitting Alcohol

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2023 6:54


Boyle raw dogs the Academy award winning movie and is completely blown away. Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/imquittingalcohol/ Facebook  - https://www.facebook.com/BoyleComedy and sling me some cashola here. Patreon     - https://www.patreon.com/boylecomedy

The Daily Zeitgeist
Everything Everywhere All At Woke, Stormy Daniels: Ghostbuster 03.28.23

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2023 63:06


In episode 1451, Miles and guest co-host, Andrew Ti, are joined by   In episode 1450, Miles and guest co-host, Andrew Ti, are joined by podcaster and author of Stash: My Life In Hiding, Laura Cathcart Robbins to discuss...the GOP's favorite catch-all dogwhistle, Mammoth meat from Down Under,  the many hats of Stormy Daniels, and much more! 1. Why Republicans Abandoned Their Economic Message | The New Republic 2. Meatball from long-extinct mammoth created by food firm | Meat industry | The Guardian 3. Meet Stormy Daniels's doll, Susan, who's haunted by the spirit of a girl who died in the 1960s | Daily Mail Online LISTEN: The Kii - GlobalSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

It Could Happen Here
Everything Everywhere All At Once and the Asian American Family

It Could Happen Here

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2023 54:45


Mia talks with film maker Tiffany Yang the politics of the Asian American family and queerness in media.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Stuff Mom Never Told You
SMNTY Classics: Everything Everywhere All At Once

Stuff Mom Never Told You

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2023 59:24


Bring out the googly eyes and find joy with us as we unpack the many multiverses of this classic everything bagel episode of Everything Everywhere All At Once, jumping from themes like motherhood, identity, being queer, the meaning of life, and of course, cinnamon rollsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Nerd Soup Podcast
Everything Everywhere All At Once Wins Best Picture - The Nerd Soup Podcast!

The Nerd Soup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 70:26


Choose a subscription that's right for you at storyblocks.com/nerdsoupThe Soup Gang reacts to the 2023 Oscars!TOPICS:00:00 - Oscars 2023 Recap51:46 - FAN QUESTIONS!FOLLOW US ON TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & FACEBOOK!TWITTER! - twitter.com/NerdSoupAaron Twitter: @nerdsoupmonkeyBeau Twitter: @beausoupTeddy Twitter: @TeddyNerdSoupNash Twitter: @AnthonyJQNashMarissa Twitter: @purplegirlnsINSTAGRAM - www.instagram.com/nerdsoupFACEBOOK! - www.facebook.com/NerdSoupVisit our Patreon page here - patreon.com/nerdsoup

Why Are Dads?
Everything Everywhere All at Once w. MariNaomi

Why Are Dads?

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 66:04


The only thing we know is we have to be kind! In which we go into the multiverse with MariNaomi and explore our love for Everything Everywhere All at Once. You can find MariNaomi online here.You Are Good is a feelings podcast about movies.More about the You're Wrong About tour here:https://linktr.ee/ywapodMore about Steady Bad Luckers here:https://linktr.ee/steadybadluckersYou can find us on Twitter, Instagram, Patreon and Apple Plus.This episode was made possible by your support! Thanks to everybody who supports us on Patreon and Apple Plus.Multitude handles our ad sales!The Music of You Are Good, Vol. 1 is here.You can find producer Carolyn Kendrick's music here. She's also on Twitter.Miranda Zickler edited this episode!Fresh Lesh produces the beats for our episodes.Liz Climo designed our logo!

No Dunks
NBA Weekend Winners & Losers | Everything Everywhere Ball At Once

No Dunks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2023 64:23 Very Popular


On Mon.'s No Dunks, the guys discuss NBA weekend winners and losers. Winners include: the Kings for hitting 40 wins, Embiid's MVP resume, the Cavs, Curry's takeover vs. the Bucks, and Thunder rookie Jalen Williams. Losers include: the reeling Mavs, Michael Porter Jr.'s minutes, and the Blazers' Play-In chances. That, plus a broken coffee mug, filling out our 2023 NCAA March Madness Men's Bracket, Looney Tunes Mike Budenholzer, and more. --

The Big Picture
The 2023 Oscars: Everything Everywhere All the Academy Awards

The Big Picture

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2023 72:45 Very Popular


Sean and Amanda break down the 95th Academy Awards, from Jimmy Kimmel's take-no-prisoners monologue to the dominant performance of ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once.' Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices