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1987 war drama film directed by Stanley Kubrick

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The Pod Charles Cinecast
Seven-six-two millimeter. Full Metal Jacket.

The Pod Charles Cinecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 98:06


This week on The Pod Charles Cinecast, presented by The Prince Charles Cinema, our hosts Jonathan Foster and Fil Freitas report for basic training in our next episode in our WAR, WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?... HOLLYWOOD MOVIES! It's our third tour in Vietnam, and we are talking another one of the heavy hitters with Stanley Kubrick's FULL METAL JACKET (1987). Who could have predicted that an anti-war film, or at the very least, a film showing the futile nature of war would be responsible for riling up a generation of young marines? We explore how these young men were mesmerised by the foul-mouthed Gunnery Sergeant, tremendously played by the late R. Lee Emery, and somehow missed the horror in Vincent D'Onofrio's performance of "Gomer Pyle" or the anti-war stance by Matthew Modine's "Joker".  A film of two halves, Full Metal Jacket exhibited what it was like for recruits training for war like no other movie ever has, or ever will, and then takes the viewer on a ride into Hue, for some of the more intense city-based Vietnam battles ever put to film; all shot right here in London. Join us, as we explore one of Stanley Kubrick's more underrated films... If you enjoy the podcast, leave a Rating and Review! It really helps us out! As always, you can follow the Podcast on https://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast) and https://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast) If you'd like to Support the Podcast and get Bonus Content, visit: https://www.patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast) This Podcast is produced by http://princecharlescinema.com/ (The Prince Charles Cinema) and http://breadcrumbscollective.com/ (The Breadcrumbs Collective)

Things I've Learned While Learning Other Things
Stanley Kubrick & His Arc of Excellence

Things I've Learned While Learning Other Things

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 30:31


Stanley Kubrick's 50 Year Career & Arc of ExcellenceDirectoral ControlDevil in the Details.  PerfectionismUnbelievable depth of ResearchNo formal TrainingAuto-didactScript writing 900 minutes of writing per 1 minute of film80+ Takes on a single scenePointillismLolita, The Shining,  Dr Strangelove,  Clockwork Orange,  Full Metal Jacket,  Paths of Glory 2001 Space Odyssey,  Eyes Wide Shut, Barry Lyndon

Culture Pop
Episode 215 - Anthony Michael Hall, ”The Class”

Culture Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 42:06


Fascinating conversation with actor Anthony Michael Hall on the Culture Pop Podcast. He talks about his new movie THE CLASS, which is a modern day twist on THE BREAKFAST CLUB, but with all the issues high school kids have to deal with these days. He produced the film and stars. Plus working with John Hughes on movies like NATIONAL LAMPOON'S VACATION and SIXTEEN CANDLES, his television series THE DEAD ZONE and how he was almost the star of Stanley Kubrick's FULL METAL JACKET.

Shores of Ignorance
Ep 128: Respect, earned, given, but not demanded

Shores of Ignorance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 65:14


It's not uncommon that we use a word accurately, yet struggle to provide a concise definition when asked. Tonight, we talk about the word respect, and try to work out a precise definition. Along the way we explore responsibility, growing up, raising children, and running a business. Show Notes: 1:37 - Non-linear time 5:03 - Children 12:30 - Responsibility 20:32 - The Presidency 22:40 - Positions and institutions 31:20 - Limits 33:31 - Group representatives 38:50 - Teaching opportunities 43:50 - Consequences 47:10 - Defiance 52:30 - Self-reflection 55:16 - Defining respect Resources: Jordan Peterson https://www.jordanbpeterson.com/ Full Metal Jacket https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093058/ The Three Musketeers https://www.britannica.com/topic/The-Three-Musketeers

A Reagan Forum Podcast
Don Brown and Amy Peacock

A Reagan Forum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 60:11


In this week's “A Reagan Forum” we go back one week for our in-person event with Don Brown and Amy Peacock for their new book, Old Breed General: How Marine Corps General William H. Rupertus Broke the Back of the Japanese in WWII from Guadalcanal to Peleliu. We invited them to share their book with our audience as part of our programming surrounding our new special exhibition at the Reagan Library – the Secrets of WWII. Amy Peacock is actually one of the three granddaughters of General Rupertus and current keeper of the family archives. Don Brown is a former US Navy JAG officer and Special Assistant US Attorney. He's written 14 other books, including The Last Fighter Pilot, which he came out to the Reagan Library for back in 2017. During today's program, Amy and Don sat down in conversation with Reagan Foundation and Institute Chief Marketing Officer Melissa Giller to discuss Old Breed General, which is the biography of General Rupertus and the story of the Marines at war in the Pacific. As a side note, Marine general Rupertus is actually best known today for writing the Corps' Rifleman's Creed, which begins, “This is my rifle. There are many like it, but this one is mine”—which has been made famous by films such as Full Metal Jacket and Jarhead.

Me Clicking RECord with Dane Curley
Episode 54 - Full Metal Jacket & Gone with the Wind

Me Clicking RECord with Dane Curley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 36:48


In this super-interesting episode, Dane shares the tragic-but-hilarious story of the man who wrote Full Metal Jacket, and riffs about the disclaimer that Turner Classic Movies forced him to watch before he could see Gone with the Wind (as if the movie wasn't long enough!). Support the show on Patreon or 15 kitties will feel sad.Support the show

Another Film Pobcass
Episode 70: Full Metal Jacket

Another Film Pobcass

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 118:01


After the double-whammy disappointment of a bad Kubrick and the tamest orgy ever put on screen, the Rommies rebound to continue their retrospect-ish with his iconic (anti-)war film. Listen in as they discuss the effectiveness of the messaging throughout its two distinct sections, while Matt works through his feelings on war movies and Tierney works through her unique childhood connection to the American military. Finally, Collin forgets the overarching premise of the pob and hijacks the conversation to wax poetic about one of his favorite TV series finales of all time.

2 Guys 5 Movies
155: Top Five Best Sound Production in Film

2 Guys 5 Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 89:02


The 2 Guys tackle a new subject this week – sound production. Frank's list of films with the best sound production include Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket, the horror film, Berberian Sound Studio, Ridley Scott's Alien, Damien Chazelle's debut film, Whiplash, and Stars Wars: A New Hope. Finally, if you have your own ideas for the podcast, you can also email us with list suggestions at 2guys5movies@gmail.com, and thank you all for listening and your support.

/Film Daily
Mini-Water Cooler: Heat 2, Thirteen Lives, Uncharted, Joe vs. The Volcano, and More

/Film Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 32:02 Very Popular


On the August 9, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by /Film editor Chris Evangelista to gather around the virtual water cooler and talk about what they've been up to. Opening Banter: Giveaway! The world's favorite blue hedgehog is back in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, now available on Blu-ray & Digital! In this next-level sequel, Sonic and Tails must save the world from Dr. Robotnik's evil plans. Buy Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and watch it today. Rated PG. From Paramount Pictures. Link to Tweet. At The Water Cooler: What we've been Doing:  What we've been Reading:Chris read Heat 2.  What we've been Watching:Chris watched Lightyear, Thirteen Lives, and Bad Day at Black Rock.  Ben watched Uncharted, Scandal, Full Metal Jacket, and Joe vs. The Volcano. What we've been Eating:  What we've been Playing:    Also mentioned:  Heat 2 review   All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com.  You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS).  Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at peter@slashfilm.com. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word!  Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.

Roger (Ebert) & Me
'Siskel & Ebert & The Movies' June 1987: Full Metal Jacket, Spaceballs, Benji the Hunted, Roxanne

Roger (Ebert) & Me

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 87:44


03:17 Brief history of the show and why they moved networks06:23 'Siskel & Ebert' episode rewatch beginsOn this week's Tuesday rewatch episode of 'Roger (Ebert) & Me,'  join Brett Arnold and guest co-host and film critic Alan Zilberman,  as they introduce you to the Disney-era of 'Siskel & Ebert.'This third iteration of the program was titled 'Siskel & Ebert & The Movies' and was later shortened to 'Siskel & Ebert,' the title that has stood the test of time.This episode covers Stanley Kubrick's 'Full Metal Jacket,' which Gene recognized as a masterpiece and Roger did not,  'Spaceballs' from Mel Brooks, 'Benji the Hunted,' and Steve Martin in 'Roxanne,' his take on Cyrano de Bergerac. Two additional Stanley Kubrick films are highlighted in the 'home video' highlights section at the end of the episode: the incredible 'Paths of Glory' from 1957 starring Kirk Douglas and 'Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb' from 1964. Head over to our Patreon page to support the show.Streaming guide:Full Metal Jacket is now streaming on NetfllixSpaceballs is now streaming on Fubo, AMC+, and SlingBenji the Hunted is now streaming on Disney+Roxanne is now streaming on TubiReview guide:Roger Ebert's 2.5 star review of Full Metal JacketRoger Ebert's 2.5 star review of SpaceballsRoger Ebert's 3.5 star review of RoxanneThank you to Banshee Beat for the incredible original theme song.  Alien Ant Farm's music video for 'Movies' closes the show.

The Directors Series with Cameron Beyl: A Film History Podcast

In Season 7 we will be deconstructing the work and career of the legendary film director Stanley Kubrick on The Directors Series Podcast hosted by Cameron Beyl.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Networkhttp://www.ifhpodcastnetwork.com

CineNation
224 - The Shining: The Filmography of Stanley Kubrick - Part 4

CineNation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 117:01 Very Popular


"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." For Episode 224, Brandon and Thomas conclude their director series on Stanley Kubrick. Listen as they discuss his final three films, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket, and Eyes Wide Shut.  Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod Medium: CineNation E-mail: cinenationpodcast@gmail.com

Mass-Debaters
104 Top 80s Movies Tournament

Mass-Debaters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 147:37


We are talking about the results of the fan-voted top 104 80s movies. We asked people to vote round by round and reseeded each round so the high seed will always play the low seed. The 104 lists came from a Rotten Tomatoes list, with other movies sprinkled in that we thought should be in. I hope you enjoy this, and here are the 104 80s movies in this tournament: TOP GUN (1986)Harlem Nights (1989)DIRTY DANCING (1987)CADDYSHACK (1980)THE LOST BOYS (1987)BACK TO THE FUTURE (1985)Coming to America (1988)E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982)Wall Street 1987GHOSTBUSTERS (1984)REVENGE OF THE NERDS (1984)STAR WARS: EPISODE V -- THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (1980)SPACEBALLS (1987)SIXTEEN CANDLES (1984)THE LAND BEFORE TIME (1988)THE SHINING (1980)ST. ELMO'S FIRE (1985)RAGING BULL (1980)LABYRINTH (1986)RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981)DEAD POETS SOCIETY (1989)DO THE RIGHT THING (1989)COMMANDO (1985)THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1987)FIELD OF DREAMS (1989)THE THING (1982)THE NAKED GUN (1988)DIE HARD (1988)THE KARATE KID (1984)THE TERMINATOR (1984)police academy (1984)BLADE RUNNER (1982)less than zero (1987)RAISING ARIZONA (1987)TOOTSIE (1982)EVIL DEAD 2 (1987)THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (1985)AIRPLANE! (1980)WHEN HARRY MET SALLY... (1989)PREDATOR (1987)TIME BANDITS (1981)STAND BY ME (1986)LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (1986)SAY ANYTHING... (1989)THE LITTLE MERMAID (1989)THE GOONIES (1985)PURPLE RAIN (1984)PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES (1987)WARGAMES (1983)SHORT CIRCUIT (1986)DRAGONSLAYER (1981)THE NEVERENDING STORY (1984)STEEL MAGNOLIAS (1989)BEVERLY HILLS COP (1984)FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980)THE BREAKFAST CLUB (1985)A FISH CALLED WANDA (1988)FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF (1986)FOOTLOOSE (1984)HEATHERS (1989)Breakin' (1984)A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983)INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM (1984)RISKY BUSINESS (1983)Rain Man (1988)A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)REAL GENIUS (1985)ROBOCOP (1987)BIG (1988)BEETLEJUICE (1988)BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE (1989)THIS IS SPINAL TAP (1984)THE COLOR PURPLE (1985)THE BLUES BROTHERS (1980)WEIRD SCIENCE (1985)GREMLINS (1984)TRON (1982)DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN (1985)TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A. (1985)STAR WARS: EPISODE VI -- RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983)MYSTIC PIZZA (1988)FULL METAL JACKET (1987)PRETTY IN PINK (1986)BATMAN (1989)the last dragon (1985)TRADING PLACES (1983)FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH (1982)NATIONAL LAMPOON'S Christmas VACATION (1989)ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK (1981)PLATOON (1986)THE UNTOUCHABLES (1987)MAD MAX 2 (1981)REPO MAN (1984)AFTER HOURS (1985)BROADCAST NEWS (1987)WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (1988)THEY LIVE (1988)VALLEY GIRL (1983)SID & NANCY (1986)INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE (1989)LETHAL WEAPON (1987)SCARFACE (1983)POLTERGEIST (1982)BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA (1986) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support

Man In The Mirror Weekly Bible Study
Speaker Series: Phil Downer

Man In The Mirror Weekly Bible Study

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022


The Man in the Mirror Bible Study Speaker Series presents Phil Downer, speaker, lawyer, author, and CEO. Phil was the Machine Gunner in decorated Hotel Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Division, that was featured in the movie Full Metal Jacket. "Returning from Viet Nam," Phil said, "made me realize I had been far better trained and prepared to be a machine gunner than a husband, a father, or a colleague to a bunch of civilians.” Listen to his incredible story of faith and restoration. --------------------- Find Bible study video series at http://mimbiblestudy.com Help us to continue this vital ministry by partnering with us: http://maninthemirror.org/give Learn more about Man in the Mirror at http://maninthemirror.org

La Story
A l'école des reporters de guerre

La Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 23:35


Depuis le début du conflit des milliers de reporters ont convergé vers l'Ukraine, parfois mal préparés et équipés. Alors que huit d'entre eux ont perdu la vie, pour « La Story », le podcast d'actualité des « Echos », Pierrick Fay a invité Marina Alcaraz à partager son enquête dans un stage qui forme aux terrains de guerre.La Story est un podcast des « Echos » présenté par Pierrick Fay. Cet épisode a été enregistré en juillet 2022. Rédaction en chef : Clémence Lemaistre. Invitée : Marina Alcaraz (journaliste au service Tech-Médias des « Echos »). Réalisation : Willy Ganne. Chargée de production et d'édition : Michèle Warnet. Musique : Théo Boulenger. Identité graphique : Upian. Photo : Rodrigo Abd/AP/SIPA. Sons : Patrick Bruel « Où es-tu », « Full Metal Jacket » (1987), Ministère des Armées, TF1, « Il faut sauver le soldat Ryan » (1998). Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

NerdBurger
NerdBurger 485 - Highway to the Dad Joke Zone

NerdBurger

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 96:42


This week Matthew returns to celebrate Independence Day and talk wells, Full Metal Jacket, elephants, planets, John Williams, SpaceX, Obi Wan Kenobi, & Ted Lasso. Plus: Matthew & Mike enjoy a Whiskey Minute before reviewing Top Gun: Maverick... SPOILERS!

That Final Scene
Full Metal Jacket ending explained, best movie trivia & The Boys Season 3 predictions

That Final Scene

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 69:15


35 years! Full Metal Jacket was released 35 years ago, can you guys believe? In this episode, we're beyond excited to break down the ending of Stanley Kubrick's 1987 war epic (with the help of your voice notes). But that's not all. We spend the first half of the episode talking about:Emma Thompson's latest offbeat comedy sex-positive film “Good Luck To You, Leo Grande”Our reactions to and predictions for “The Boys” Season 3Ewan McGregor's not so greatest hits (we still love him

Arts & Entertainment with Chris & Randall
ep99: The Vietnam War movie as apologia for empire

Arts & Entertainment with Chris & Randall

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 74:05


Randall asserts that (US-made) Vietnam War movies nearly universally serve to exonerate US conduct in the war — a war whose purpose is only to oppress indigenous people, further colonialism, and expand empire.  *** Vietnam movies discussed include:  The Green Berets (1968) Coming Home (1978) The Deer Hunter (1978) Go Tell the Spartans (1978) Apocalypse Now (1979) First Blood (1982) Platoon (1986) Good Morning; Vietnam (1987) Hamburger Hill (1987) Gardens of Stone (1987) Full Metal Jacket (1987) Hanoi Hilton (1987) Born on the Fourth of july (1989) Casualties of War (1989) We Were Soldiers (2002) Rescue Dawn (2006) *** Topics discussed include: US empire building The Phoenix Program What would a good Vietnam movie be like?  The CIA as an outgrowth of Nazi intelligence Reinhard Gehlen Operation Paperclip Mỹ Lai massacre Wannsee Conference Côn Đảo Prison Zero Dark Thirty (2012) American Sniper (2014) The Card Counter (2021) Top Gun: Maverick (2022) Bertolt Brecht's distancing effect wars run by the CIA Missing (1982) Paths of Glory (1957) *** https://www.militarytimes.com/off-duty/movies-video-games/2018/03/29/military-times-10-best-vietnam-war-movies/ *** Quotes from this show: I would call it a moral get out of jail free card because if every soldier in every war is really just an innocent chap who accidentally signed up for the wrong thing and now got stuck with a bunch of bullies who don't know any better, it really reduces the entire nation's moral culpability in a war because now it's just a bunch of good guys and bullies. —Chris These movies are trying to excuse the US' behavior in Vietnam. —Randall We gotta do bad things because the people we're fighting do bad things. You can literally justify anything with that moral equivalency. There's no point in having law, order, civility, or even a Geneva Convention if you're just going to tell hero stories. —Chris Our hero has the right to morally transgress because the villain is always so bad that the rules of civility exempts our hero from having any rules of civility. —Chris The CIA is the missing character in a lot of these movies. —Chris Every other kind of genre there's a moment of catharsis and realization that you can be a better person, but you can't do that with a country. You can't tell a story about a nation becoming a better person. Every time you make a war movie you're always going to end up with this false pat on the back. —Chris Is there anything the US could do that the US people would be ashamed of? —Randall Almost every one of our war movies are in some sense a perverse rationalization for violence. —Chris Why are they made at all? They're glorifications of going to war. —Randall *** Background reading: How to Hide an Empire: A History of the Greater United States by Daniel Immerwahr The Phoenix Program: America's Use of Terror in Vietnam by Douglas Valentine The CIA as Organized Crime: How Illegal Operations Corrupt America and the World by Douglas Valentine  Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic by Chalmers Johnson A True History of the United States: Indigenous Genocide, Racialized Slavery, Hyper-Capitalism, Militarist Imperialism and Other Overlooked Aspects of American Exceptionalism by Daniel Sjursen *** recorded June 12, 2022 *** Visit us at https://chrisandrandall.com/

The Digression Podcast
81. Mission First?

The Digression Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 67:44


IN THE NEWS: Fast-mover, Slow-mover collision story; Ukraine a stalemate? So why are we fighting; GI Jab lawsuit; The real home-grown terrorists; Space Force is just misunderstood; Space Force is LIT; Air Force changes Would make General Olds smile; Navy approves beards for sailors…sort of; Army basing challenges; Marine Pride!; VA hospital dithers while vet dies! Show notes at https://thedigressionpodcast.com/81 Sound Off! With a comment or a question at https://thedigressionpodcast.com/soundoff Like the show? Leave a 5-star rating and review: https://thedigressionpodcast.com/review Become a Patron or support the show in other ways at: https://thedigressionpodcast.com/donate Or just share our podcast with a friend! It's the best way to grow the show!! NOTES: INTRO: 1994 - March 23, USAF C-130/F-16 Collide TOPIC: IN THE NEWS UKRAINE: The Pentagon Testified Assessing Ukraine and No One Noticed PENTAGON: US service member may have planted explosives in inside attack at Army base, injuring 4 others Over 500 Military Service Members Sue the Government for Mandating a Vaccine that Was Not FDA Approved and Should Not Have Been Administered SPACE FORCE: Misunderstood and sometimes parodied, the U.S. Space Force is educating the public about its mission QueerSpace: Becoming Light AIR FORCE: A new mustache policy for airmen has arrived ARMY: How the Army can work around states cracking down on abortion, trans rights NAVY: Navy approves beards … if you're no longer in the Navy MARINES: Marine Corps sparks outrage with rainbow bullets to mark Pride month VETERANS: VA hospital denied emergency care to dying vet because staff couldn't verify his military service  

Tango Alpha Lima Podcast
Episode 109: Tango Alpha Lima: The Misty Experiment with producers Ian Adelson and Dean Echenberg

Tango Alpha Lima Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 58:32


IN THE NEWS Air Force gamers comes out on top during the Pentagon's first official video game tournament. THIS WEEK'S GUEST Documentary filmmaker Ian Adelson, and his grandfather, U.S. Air Force veteran and former Misty squadron flight surgeon Dean Echenberg, join us to talk about their work on the documentary "The Misty Experiement" The film tells the story of the special U.S. Air Force squadron whose pilots volunteered for one of the Vietnam War's most dangerous air missions: to search for enemy supply transports and anti-aircraft installations concealed along the Ho Chi Minh Trail and direct rescue operations for U.S. and allied aircrews shot down within the web of trail paths and waterways. RAPID FIRE Second all-women Honor Flight takes off from Florida Marine Corps Pride Month message misses the mark Special Guests: Dean Echenberg and Ian Adelson.

Rusted Junk - The Forgotten 80s Movies
Full Metal Jacket (1987)

Rusted Junk - The Forgotten 80s Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 105:39


It's Lucky Dip time! No, not the start of season 6 but Amanda, Charlie, Joe and Dom all get a film of their choice and, being British, we're allowing the US contingent to go first so Joe chose 'Full Metal Jacket'.Set half in boot camp and half in combat, this Stanley Kubrick classic gets the Rusted Junk treatment with some personal stories to tell.Enjoy....

The Castle Report
Pride Goeth Before a Fall

The Castle Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 13:23


Darrell Castle talks about how the civilian leadership, appointed by the Biden Administration, and the upper command of the Marine Corps has accomplished something that no foreign enemy has been able to accomplish in over 240 years of combat. Transcription / Notes PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL Hello this is Darrell Castle with today's Castle Report. This is Friday the 10th day of June in the year of our Lord 2022 and on this Report, I will be talking about how the civilian leadership, appointed by the Biden Administration, and the upper command of the Marine Corps has accomplished something that no foreign enemy has been able to accomplish in over 240 years of combat. That accomplishment was to wear down the United States Marine Corps and force it to surrender to the forces of identity politics and to recognize publicly a month set aside to honor a certain group of people for their sexual preference alone.  The title to this Report is from Proverbs 16:18 Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. So, The Few the Proud the Marines forgets the basic mission and focuses on the celebration of Pride Week. What is the basic mission of the Marine Corps? Is it to achieve diversity of all ideologies within the ranks? I was taught the mission 50 years ago as follows: To close with and destroy the enemy and to inflict maximum attrition on him. It is a mission and a history based on blood and sacrifice. Officers are taught that the order of value is first the mission and its successful completion, second the men under your authority, third your own life. You quickly come to learn and accept that your life as a second lieutenant is pretty far down the order of importance. I mention all that just to tell you that it is a beloved organization by the people who have served and most of us would not trade the experience for anything.  When we were sent into battle, we knew that we had each other's back and we depended on and relied on each other. In fact, setting aside all the patriotic stuff, we fought for each other.  I assume Marines still do that and that is why division and divisive nonsense like Pride Month are such an insult to Marines. We are 10 days into Pride Month and everywhere you look there are rainbow flags signifying support for the month set aside to honor the “LGBTQ Community. “I'm an old Marine from 50 years ago so seeing a notice that the Marine Corps had finally surrendered to the woke mob was a little perplexing to me. I know things change and culture changes in keeping with the law of thermodynamics, but the Marine Corps does not change, it lives forever as is.  The exact statement the Marine Corps released from headquarters Marine Corps in Washington D.C. announcing recognition of Pride Month was as follows: “Throughout June, the USMC takes Pride in recognizing and honoring the contributions of our LGBTQ service members. We remain committed to fostering an environment free from discrimination, and defend the values of treating all equally, with dignity and respect.” The image released with the statement was widely mocked on social media and was apparently taken from the 1987 film by Stanley Kubrick, “Full Metal Jacket.” The illustration was a Marine helmet with several rainbow-colored rifle bullets in the band with the words “Proud to Serve” written on the helmet. The difference between that image and the film image was that in the film version the helmet said, “born to kill. “If you saw that movie then you understand what those men portrayed as Marines endured and you might start to understand. Whether born that way or not, killing is every Marines' job and the bottom line of his duty. I suppose they should go ahead and change the slogan used in TV recruiting commercials for years, The Few the Proud, the Marines. Now perhaps we should just say we are proud to support pride. Seriously though I don't get this. A whole month set aside to honor certain people's sexual preference,

Ruminations
Ruminations Episode XVI: Apocalypse Now Redrunks

Ruminations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 95:14


In an episode two months in the making, Chris and Steve delve into the heart of darkness to explore five of the most famous Vietnam War movies made in the aftermath of the war in the 1970s and 80s. Which version of Apocalypse Now is best? Why is The Deer Hunter so dull? Which of us grew up thinking Full Metal Jacket was a comedy? Why does Vietnam have such a visceral place in our pop culture and collective memory? Stay to the end for a game of "Would You Rather?" and a glimpse into the first time we recorded this episode--yes, we liked this topic so much, we talked about it twice! (But only Chris remembers that.) Episode 16 is messy, a bit overlong, and has a dubious history reminiscent of its subject matter, but what else do you expect from this duo?

History From The Back Pages
Full Metal Jacket (1987)

History From The Back Pages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 18:46


The Vietnam war epic Full Metal Jacket was released in 1987, directed by Stanley Kubrick, starring Mathew Modine as Private Joker Vincent D'Onofrio as Private Leonard, and Lee Ermey as Sergent Hartman. The plot revolves around Marnie recruits training on Parris Island for eight weeks during the Vietnam War. Sergeant Hartman is played by Lee Ermey, who portrays their foul-mouthed, harsh, and ruthless drill instructor. Host Collin Sugg while in drill instructor mode, which involves screaming, quotes a few of Sergent Hartmans best insults, including, "I am Gunnery Sergeant Hartman, your senior drill instructor. From now on you will speak only when spoken to, and the first and last words... will be 'Sir'. Do you... understand that?" And "If you ladies leave my island, if you survive recruit training, you will be a weapon. You will be a minister of death praying for war. But until that day... you are the lowest form of life on Earth." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/collin-sugg/message

Reel Chronicles
213: Full Metal Jacket Turns 35

Reel Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 70:50


Dave, Leo, and Ryan celebrate 35 years of Full Metal Jacket. --- Love what you hear? Let your friends know and leave us a review! LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE Reel Chronicles is on Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Android Stitcher Radio TuneIn Podchaser Laughable Many other podcast directories. SHOP Swag at TeePublic SUPPORT Become a patron of the show through Patreon FOLLOW Reel Chronicles on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Reel Talk Inc on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest  Have a topic you want to hear the guys discuss? Email David at david@reeltalkinc.com. Intro/Outro Music: Fun Time by Dj Quads  

Salty Nerd Podcast
Salty Nerd Interviews: Adam Baldwin (Actor - Firefly, Chuck, Full Metal Jacket)

Salty Nerd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 74:10


In this special interview episode, the Salty Nerds talk to one of the most prolific actors ever - Adam Baldwin - and talk about his amazing career, covering everything from his time with Stanley Kubrick on Full Metal Jacket, to Joss Whedon on Firefly, to his time on CHUCK, and who he'd rather have sex with - Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, or Robert Downey Jr.If you like this content and want to support the show, consider joining our members area to get access to a TON of exclusive and commercial-free content here: http://www.saltynerdclub.com

Cinema Spectator
Full Metal Jacket (1987)

Cinema Spectator

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 81:18


Kubrick month is resumes with this 80's era Vietnam film. Isaac and Cameron have both seen this movie before, consideration revolves around a second viewing. How does fair on anther viewing and does Full Metal Jacket change in the context of Kubrick's other work?  The movie follows a marine journalist named Joker (Mathew Modine) as he navigates his way through bootcamp and combat.  Cinema Spectator is a movie podcast hosted by Isaac Ransom and Cameron Tuttle. The show is executive produced by Darrin O'Neill. The show is recorded and produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. You can support the show at patreon.com/ecfsproductions. You can follow us on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter ECFS Productions (@ecfsproductions). Thank you for your generosity and support. 

In a World of...Improvised Movie Homages
Mounties (In the Style of a Training Movie like Stripes, Police Academy, and Feds)

In a World of...Improvised Movie Homages

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 82:27


In a world…where some people dream of being a Mountie, while others are just trying to get a new start on life, one group of hapless misfits will attempt to come together to join one of the most elite crime fighting organizations in the world: The Mounties!   This episode features the improv games Trailer in a Minute, Superheroes, Blind Line, Emotional Lists, and Cutting Room.   About This Episode   In this episode, we pay homage to “Training Movies.” The movies where the bulk of the story involves the training of a group of varied misfits (sometimes who are little more than cliches or stereotypes) learning how to come together so they can graduate. We focused mostly on comedies, like Stripes, Police Academy, and Feds, but in the episode we realized that a lot of movies fall into this category, like Top Gun and Full Metal Jacket!   More: Links Stripes on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stripes_(film) Police Academy on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_Academy_(film) Feds on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feds   Time Codes Discussion the Genre, Tropes, and Outline: 06:33 Start of show: 23:30 Improv Game - Trailer in a Minute: 25:38 Improv Game - Superheroes: 30:23 Improv Game - Blind Line: 43:43 Improv Game - Emotional Lists: 56:43 Improv Game - Cutting Room: 58:03 End of show, into announcements: 1:21:12 More Information About the Show, Mike, and Avish   Subscribe to the podcast: http://AvishAndMike.com/Subscribe/ Our Website: www.AvishAndMike.com Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/143183833647812 Avish's site: www.AvishParashar.com  Mike's site: www.MikeWorthMusic.com/

True Crime 49
Duffy Murnane Update-Suspect in Custody, Kirby Calderwood

True Crime 49

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 33:40


Visit our Website https://truecrime49.libsyn.com/ A 38 year old woman vanishes "into thin air" in a very small, remote town in Alaska. Please share and listen. Any leads should be reported to the Alaska State Troopers or the Homer Police Department.    Myles Williams is still missing from his family. If you haven't listened to those episodes, please do and share with anyone you think knows something.  Sources: https://headtopics.com/us/former-homer-resident-kidnapped-murdered-woman-missing-since-2019-police-say-alaska-public-media-26306403 KBBI.ORG https://www.newskudo.com/utah/ogden/crime-safety/10681372-kirby-foleni-calderwood-arrested   Find us on Kindle Vella   Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. PLEASE NOTE: ALL NAMES, TRADEMARKS, AND IMAGES ARE COPYRIGHT THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS. AFFILIATE LINKS USED WHENEVER AVAILABLE The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of True Crime 49.   Partial Transcription We're finally excited to be back. Many things have happened,] we've published a book, Joe Millionaire. Of course, a true-crime story takes place in Anchorage, Alaska. Essentially, it's season two of the podcast, if you wanted to preview it. The book is for sale on amazon.  I think it's a wonderful story we put a lot of work into it. We were diligent in the research and you know that every single bit of it is true. Joe Millionaire by TC49. Anesha Duffy Murnane was abducted in October of 2019 as she was walking to an appointment in Homer Alaska and they searched for her for several years. A jury pronounced her deceased in June of 2021. There hasn't been any activity on the case until May 2022, just this last Monday authorities arrested Kirby Calderwood 32 of Ogden, Utah, charging him in Alaska with first- and second-degree murder, kidnapping, and tampering with evidence.  Kirby Calderwood is the main suspect in Duffy Murnane's disappearance. Special investigator Matt Haney, we mentioned in the previous podcast identified Calderwood as a potential suspect in May of 2021, a month before they pronounced her deceased. Calderwood was employed by South Peninsula Behavioral Services. That's the mental health agency that runs the apartment where Duffy was residing at the time of her disappearance. He had over a span of time, fulfilled a couple of different jobs for South Peninsula Behavioral Services and came in contact with Duffy enough to even have shared meals with her in the past. April of this year, 2022, a tip came. Law enforcement when they were processing, they immediately knew that there were things that the tipster called in about and had reference to that were not public knowledge. No one should have known about those things unless they were either there or the person that was there told them about it specifically.  The tipster had mentioned a watch that Kirby Calderwood, the suspect who was arrested, kept and he also had a missing poster of Duffy Murnane an actual missing poster with her watch and he told her about it. Kirby confessed to her, the tipster who was his partner at the time, which also sounds like it's a way of manipulating her not to leave or to have absolute control over her. He wanted her to know either he felt guilty, which it doesn't seem that way by his actions or he was manipulating her to frighten her to where she would be basically terrified to ever leave. It lines up, that several previous partners, essentially his past intimate partners spoke of his sexual fantasies and of them personally being sexually assaulted by their husband or their boyfriend. Kirby would sexually assault them as an intimate partner. They said that he fantasized about torturing and killing someone. One of the women mentioned Calderwood's hurting of animals since he was a child. In October of 2019, the parents of his then-girlfriend were out of town from October all the way through to December. As we mentioned in the episode Duffy's father had given a lecture with roughly 70 attendees, some people from the community, and the next morning he was going to Mexico. That's normal in a seasonal town like Homer.  Kirby Calderwood knew that the girlfriend's parents were out of town. He had gone to their house and constructed a place to torture in their crawl space according to the news report. He pulled up and offered Duffy a ride to her appointment. He was driving a blue Subaru Forester. He claimed that he needed a phone charger and made a short detour up the side of the mountain essentially still in  town, raising an elevation, going up away from the heart of downtown Homer to the house to with the ruse.  As they drive up the hill there was would have been plenty of time, she had 45 minutes to walk from her apartment to her appointment. 45 minutes is a long time to walk across Homer, a very short distance to where she was going. Up the hill, he takes her to a strange house but it's okay because he needs to pick up the phone charger apparently, he had enough closeness with her that she actually went in and he had the crawl space door opened and basically once they got near the crawl space door, he attacked her and up until that moment maybe she felt weird, maybe she was scared but up into that moment, he makes it sound as if she had no idea what was going on.  He attacks her and drags her into the crawl space. More graphic things have occurred to her that we have chosen to speak about.  Yes, when you're talking about these things with actually true crime, you're actually talking about crimes that are happening. It is very easy to get excited when things break loose and when the news comes out, that they've arrested someone. You get all the answers to all the questions that you pondered over and over. It's so easy to get excited about the good news and in this case, in particular, even the good news isn't good news anyway. Now is a time to show respect to her and her family when it comes time to, you would be hoping that he would reveal the location of where she is so that they could be retrieved for her family and for her parents and her.  He said that he placed her into plastic bags and into a fish tote. Then placed her in a dumpster so that he could monitor it. We know who. it is but we can't examine all of the pieces yet. They're coming to us one by one. Of the things that we do know is that Calderwood originally is from Utah. His brother was a charter fisherman who worked in Homer and he had overdosed in 2017. Calderwood had come up for his brother's memorial service and he ended up staying in Alaska for the next six years.  He left Alaska in June of 2021 which was the same month that they declared Duffy Murnane deceased by homicide, which was headed up by Special Investigator Matt Haney who had already identified Kirby Calderwood as a potential suspect. The tipster's information provided was enough for them to get several search warrants for his house, his car, and his DNA. When they searched his home, Duffy's watch was found there and as well as the missing poster with her photo on it. this is just preliminary, maybe he had other people's trophies or maybe this was a one-time thing. We do know that there were several items of interest at his home. Something's very interesting in the episode about Duffy, we speak about the helicopters. We speak about the dog teams.  We speak about them applying the silver alert. They had it classified as a homicide. All of those steps that you see law enforcement and essentially the search and rescue people doing are amazing and outstanding. It's what you'd want to have to happen every time and so it follows suit that when they would arrest him, they arrest him in the exact same manner that they arrested BTK.  They arrested him in the same manner that they arrested Richard Kuklinski, The Iceman. the protocol of watching them having surveillance on them knowing exactly how many other people, other collateral people are in the house and waiting for them to get into their vehicle and drive away. then swoop in on him as a regular traffic stop. quickly as it escalates into a felony arrest and that way they are not at the house, not near their guns, not near their hidden cache of weapons, not near people who could be used as hostages. Ryan Andrews in Alaska used a firearm on the state trooper, Hans Rolle, and on himself and his family members. So they arrest him in his vehicle. When they begin to search the vehicle, once he is in custody and detained, they go into the vehicle and they find two rifles. At the time, he had a protective order on him that barred him from even having guns much less in his possession. When they go to the house, they find a machete and several large knives. A number of them appear to have dried blood on them. This person has dark sexual fantasies. They fantasize about hurting people, in a sexual manner and seeing someone who is apparently discriminating enough that they are going to choose a victim that is essentially a townsperson, a good person. That's not something that usually someone starts with and you hear about these fantasies. you hear about the ex-wife. you hear about the new girlfriend. In an interview on the radio station called Homer is Home Calderwood speaks of going to Homer when his brother had passed away for his memorial and what it appears is, looking at all the other things about him, he mentions identity in the 30 seconds. he mentions identity and he mentions of going to the bars where he never was with his brother, we know that but he says that. He absorbed into this void of where his brother used to be and created this whole other identity. I believe his words are that he “cultured his identity” there.  This is the person who was just arrested. This is the person who had guns and rifles in their car while they were being arrested that they're not supposed to have because of the protection orders. the person who has the bloody knives in his house.  Kirby Calderwood is one of seven children, one of the second youngest. He was born on January 14th, 1990 in Provo, Utah to LDS parents or latter-day saint parents who were also raised in Utah. He has a very strong family lineage in Utah and of the latter-day saint. He participated in several sports and he earned his eagle scout. I believe all of his brothers are eagle scouts including Connor who passed away. He went on to join the army from September 2009 to November 2011. He was a unit supply specialist in the army and he spent one year in Iraq. Then in 2017, he joined the army reserves for nine months. There's not a lot of history with his other things that pop up as far as work history and or anything like a dedicated career. Although after 2017 after the army reserves, we do know that he went to Homer and worked for the behavioral health services.  Interestingly, it seems that Kirby Calderwood has several similarities to other Alaska serial killers or other people who have committed these types of crimes sadistic sexual crimes in Alaska of course Robert Hansen was the boy scout it appears that his fantasies began while he was a boy scout  When all the boys are Eagle Scouts, a lot of times, the parents are involved, and much like Robert Hansen, that was a component of his childhood. He bragged to his wife, just the same as Kirby; he bragged to his wife that he would cheat on everything he could. He didn't want to earn a badge and she said he was so able he could do it if he wanted to. Anything he wanted; he flew a plane with no license. He loved watching them sign it off, knowing he had cheated. Israel Keyes was from a large family that was Latter-day saints. Kirby Calderwood is from a large family that is Latter-day Saints, and the reason why I mentioned the starting point is there are other similarities there. He goes to the military. Kirby says that he was a supply specialist. Israel Keyes says in an interview, in his own voice, that the army is the only branch that will take a lot of the people that were people like what he saw and where he was in the infantry and where Kirby would be in supply. having a role going into the army and not developing, really having no real work record. Just popping up in the middle of Homer, surrounded by people who are doting on him, essentially, and he gets a job at the behavioral health center. His younger brother passed away in January of 2017, and it would be two years later that Duffy Murnane would go missing. we would be searching for her for the next two and a half years until here we are today. Kirby Calderwood is in custody. Some of the things from the previous episode I thought were very interesting, were that you kept focusing on the economy, being seasonal. That the town goes quiet after Labor Day. That is something that Calderwood took advantage of, in the episode when we're talking about Homer's a seasonal town, the feel of him recognizing that the energy in the town is decreasing. So many eyes that were there just a while ago, there's this web of interactions. that entire web of eyes and connective saying, did you hear about such and such, it disappears, and as a certain percentage of this town is flashing here or gone. the way he must have viewed that house. He saw that there was an opportunity. It's very interesting in the episode we talk about how it feels as these waves of people are coming in and out and that the bad people would recognize that in a town like this that you could do it once, at least. You could be invisible. You had mentioned that maybe they saved up their money maybe they didn't but they were going to indulge themselves and it sounds like if this is something that he had talked about before and that he wanted to torture somebody and murder, that this would be an indulgence. One of the things that you mentioned that strikes me every time is when you say if you went there for your son's wedding and it's so eerie that it wasn't for our son's wedding. It was for her son's memorial. In the episode we say to go look at the photos, that you could have gone there, you could have photos in your album. We say that maybe in the background is the abduction, that the dogs and the dog handlers said happened. in reality, the right way to say it is you went there for your son's memorial, and in your photos, there is the murderer and it's your son. There are things that you brought up in particular about victimology.  You ask people to consider if there's someone you know they have maybe an obsession with a woman who kind of looks like Duffy Murnane. You mentioned Ted Bundy, his mom, which was actually his sister; it influenced the concept in his mind of what he wanted or what he wanted to destroy. all of the photos lined up look very much similar to his sister, who's actually his mom. He was raised by his grandma. When you look through the photos, all of those things are in that photo. Kirby Calderwood's mother and sisters, you slap a pair of Helly Hansen's on them with their hair in braids; they do look strikingly like Duffy Murnane. Unfortunately, along with that, you said the good girl. I do think that if their family was in the church for a long time, they probably would be church folk and be kind, like Duffy. there's no way that she would have gotten in the car with somebody strange. She would have known  There's a radio clip that's on our Instagram, the one that you mentioned, you hear Kirby Calderwood's voice and it's very soft and almost feminine. to have that person in a little blue Subaru Forester come up and offer you a ride, and you know that they're a safe place because where you live is a safe place and the place where you eat is a safe place. he offers you a ride that is so sad because she wasn't the type of person to just all be all willy-nilly. She was very cautious and somebody took advantage of that. He hit all of the right chords. His previous partners all said that he has been violent to them, violent of things and that they've seen him bragging, or even torturing animals. let's just say he did sexually assault his wife or his ex-wife and his girlfriend; they were family members that didn't report it for whatever reason. If he had sexually assaulted somebody outside of his home, he could have already done 10 to 15 years at different times and had a record. This isn't his first time being violent towards a woman. it's just that this is the first time he was violent to a woman outside of his family that we know of. and that there could be more, as soon as it was posted on Instagram, one of the first comments that were made was that this seems awfully suspicious for this to be his first time. How many people do you know make a crawl space torture chamber if they've never done anything like that before? One thing that's interesting is that, as we said in the episode, her phone has never been discovered, and from the time that they knew that she was walking and was in control of herself, her phone never called or pinged once she disappeared. her phone never called or pinged, and she never received any calls or pings. it's interesting that from the downtown area or down by the water where they were to go up the hill you know up into the residential area and never worrying that her phone is going to ping apparently savvy enough to know that the cellular network around Homer isn't a giant metropolitan area with enough cell towers to triangulate locations. really, to have enough savvy, and or at least be comfortable enough to have her with a live active cell phone in her pocket and to drive her up there to that next location. that if they could track phones down to the square inch or even to the square foot, he would have led them directly to where the crime scene being first-degree murder, second-degree murder kidnapping, and tampering with evidence.  Another note is he had said he hadn't planned on killing her and that he was just out looking for a victim. if that was the case, then why did he construct a crawl space? if it was happenstance, then why would he have an area to take somebody? If he hadn't planned on killing them, the same thing with the cell phone, he did certain countermeasures, and eventually when he did leave the house, he disposed of her phone in Beluga Lake. Somebody on Facebook changed his profile picture. interesting that they chose to replace his profile picture with a picture of him, and it looks like his squad in the army. They have their squad leader tied up or duct-taped to a telephone-sized barrel up at an angle and the entire squad below them. You know, it looks like some sort of prank or something, but Kirby is front and center, and he kind of looks, I try to be respectful, but as an example, I feel like he looks a little bit like Gomer Pyle from Full Metal Jacket, a little devious, a little off-kilter. Front and center with their squad leader duct-taped up in the air. If I had done something that was going to make the news or something horrible that involved killing somebody, I definitely would not put a picture of somebody tied up above me. I would like to say our condolences to her family. This is a story where we don't know what happened to her, and you know that if you look into it, everything you're seeing so far, you don't want to look into it, really. This would be a good time to mention Myles Colt Williams who went missing in Big Lake on the 4th of July 2021. He's still missing, we heard that the lake is thawing and they haven't resumed searches for him in Big Lake, but again, if you have photos, look at the photos. If there's anything you've heard, call the local police department there. 

Shat the Movies: 80's & 90's Best Film Review
Full Metal Jacket (1987)

Shat the Movies: 80's & 90's Best Film Review

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 70:21 Very Popular


When it comes to the greatest Vietnam war movie of all time, two films come to mind: Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now" and Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket." Longtime listener Hot Sauce Steve was kind enough to commission the latter. Everyone remembers the belly laughs and jaw-dropping surprises in "Full Metal Jacket," R. Lee Ermey's unforgettable performance, Vincent D'Onofrio's body transformation, and the wealth of dark humor. But we don't always take the time to celebrate the film's sets or dig deeper into Kubrick's themes of dehumanization, indoctrination, and whether man can withstand the unnatural conditions of war. In this episode, the Shat Crew hears Big D's Sapper School Tales, explores sex-worker inflation, outlines the economics of short-time versus long-time, debates slow-motion deaths, and plans Ash's Chaturbate career. SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: hosts@shatpod.com Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite

Flawedcast - CLE
Flawedcast Ep. #117: "Born Again Hard"

Flawedcast - CLE

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 49:35


In this episode we take inspiration from th Stanley Kubrick film Full Metal Jacket, and discuss what means to be "Born Again Hard." GET IN THE ARENA!! Get your copy of SMITH'S HEART OF MAN REPAIR MANUAL: https://www.amazon.com/Smiths-Heart-Man-Repair-Manual/dp/1736980017/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3C0L3MDOFENZF&keywords=Smith%27s+heart+of+man+repair+manual&qid=1651667456&sprefix=smith%27s+heart+of+man+repair+manual%2Caps%2C100&sr=8-1

Full Cast And Crew
118. The Deer Hunter, Apocalypse Now & Full Metal Jacket

Full Cast And Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 80:27


Last week's episode about the new Michael Cimino book spurred me to rewatch all three of these classic films and, in doing so, I surprised myself with a firm and resounding reset of what I THOUGHT I thought about these movies.  So here are some great clips and making-of anecdotes as I walk through what makes each of these films unique as well as give credit to foundational Viet Nam docs and other features along the way.

Save Room Podcast
Method to the Madness

Save Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 90:09


D.K. & Sean talk Autistic Spectrum Disorder and some of the social gaffs that come with it while discussing lifeguarding and movies - including Full Metal Jacket and Men in Black. Follow and subscribe to all our social media... @saveroompodcast | Linktree

Hold Up
Full Metal Jacket

Hold Up

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 71:56


In 1987, Stanley Kubrick released his war classic, Full Metal Jacket. FMJ details the story surrounding the cadet, Private Joker,  as he first attends boot camp, and then moves on to his assignment with Stars and Stripes. Before long, Joker's big mouth gets him embedded with a fellow recruit's squad in a very hot zone where the men find their toughest test yet. Made for somewhere between $16 and $30 million, Full Metal Jacket featured a great cast of young promising actors including Matthew Modine, Adam Baldwin, Vincent D'Onofrio and the debut of Lee Ermey, the iconic drill sergeant. The whole package brought in $120 million at the box office, and the film was nominated for a handful of awards and established this movie as an instant classic. But, does it hold up? Listen in as Jon, Colin, and Brent discuss how high you can pile shit as we try to figure out if this one talks the talk or walks the walk.

Grumpy Young Men
316 - Top Five Most Interesting Movie Characters

Grumpy Young Men

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 56:42


Today we're talking about some of the most interesting characters ever portrayed in film. These are characters we wanted to see more of, or we thought were fascinating, or there was just something incredibly authentic about them. Join us as we discuss oil men, psychopathic teenagers, French New Wave singers, Vietnam soldiers, hotel managers, music teachers, and much more. Also, why we hate when the apartment floods. (Recorded April 18th, 2022.)

(Re)Watch
Full Metal Jacket & There Will Be Blood

(Re)Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 52:38


Seth Scruggs: https://www.instagram.com/sethscruggs/ https://letterboxd.com/SethScruggs/ Zach Vaughn: https://www.instagram.com/zacharyisthinking/ https://letterboxd.com/zacharyvaughn/ Mark Spots the X: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvhbJ5kw2W9iTskDzHhDzNw https://www.instagram.com/markspotsthexproductions/ Watch along with us this season: https://boxd.it/ePPOg Music: Walk it Off by Aaron Sprinkle Licensed through Soundstripe https://app.soundstripe.com/songs/7778

Reel War Project
Dirt Maps Episode 2: Full Metal [Straight] Jacket with Alex Biggs Small: the weaponization of madness?

Reel War Project

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 29:20


In the second episode of Dirt Maps for Reel War Project, Aaron and Biggs from A Cosmic Void discuss the meaning of the title Full Metal Jacket. Asylum vibes, the monstrification of insanity, institutional madness as a weapon of war, "Hey there! Hi there! Ho there! You're as welcome as can be!" Follow on Amazon Music, Spotify, Stitcher, or where you get your podcasts Listen to us on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3nnK9FtFfGZD6HLSnaFWiU Send us an email reelwarproject@gmail.com Follow our network on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/redwood_sound_labs or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RedwoodSoundLabs Check out Alex Biggs Small's podcasts Not Safe for Network and A Cosmic Void --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reelwarproject/message

Reel War Project
B6E2 Full Metal Jacket

Reel War Project

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 191:35


This week on Reel War Project Charles and Aaron look at 1987's iconic Full Metal Jacket. They talk about Post Traumatic Cinema, Hero Trauma Myths and the limits of parody. “Is that you John Wayne? Is this me?” “WHO SAID THAT!?!?!” Follow on Amazon Music, Spotify, Stitcher, or where you get your podcasts Listen to us on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3nnK9FtFfGZD6HLSnaFWiU Send us an email reelwarproject@gmail.com Follow our network on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/redwood_sound_labs or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RedwoodSoundLabs --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reelwarproject/message

Under the Hive of Madness
Episode 33: Creative Writing, Movies and The Guard | Warhammer 40k World Building

Under the Hive of Madness

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 99:22


This week on Under the Hive of Madness we take a dive into the action movies of the 80s and 90s and see how they relate to the Imperial Guard! We break down some of the concepts in our choices and lay out some of the building blocks to make our own Imperial Guard Regiments, with the tasty and choice bites found in those movies. In Part 1 Kev and Marky look over their films and dive into the concepts of how they might build penal legions, exploring the concepts, themes, and even art direction of their chosen films. Strap in as we cover everything from Predator to Full Metal Jacket! As always we are an adult-themed podcast, focused on the Horror and Grimdark of the Warhammer 40k Universe... so expect talks about gore, foul language, and more than a few bad jokes. When in the Company of a 4 Armed Emperor and an Arbites... just trip the Arbites, it will make your escape, from both, WAY easier! Email us your Warhammer 40k Lore, Creepy Stories, Cryptid Sightings, and Questions about the show to: UndertheHiveofMadness@gmail.com or GymDarkGaming@gmail.com. Join our growing Discord Community: GymDark Gaming Want to get involved in our Painting Contests, get the Episodes Early, and get access to a few more perks? Help us out on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UndertheHiveofMadness Find Us Around the Web: https://linktr.ee/underthehive or at Our Website: www.underthehiveofmadness.com!

Binge Movies: Movie Reviews & Rankings
Stanley Kubrick, Ranked

Binge Movies: Movie Reviews & Rankings

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 120:29


EPISODE 118: Right up the road from sunny and tropical Akron, Ohio sits the crown jewel of the great lakes, Cleveland. Deep in the Land comes film critic, podcaster, and wrestling announcer Phoenix! This week we dive into the career of the enigmatic and influential genius Stanley Kubrick!     Films Fear and Desire (1953) Spartacus (1960) Dr. Strangelove (1964) A Clockwork Orange (1971) Full Metal Jacket (1987)     Host: Jason Guest: Phoenix  Binge Movies comes to you from the last video store in the universe. Store manager Jason and his guests rank and review movies to determine which are most worthy of preservation for all time. At Binge Movies the very strange, deeply analytical, and highly ridiculous meet to make a movie review show unlike any other.    Elite Patrons: Chris Williams Heather Sachs Joe Buttice  Pete  Nerdrovert  Sponsor Your Own Episode Become a Patron Binge Movies Merchandise 

The Latecomers
S6E6 - #95: Full Metal Jacket (1987)

The Latecomers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 71:48


Episode Notes This week some trigger warnings to start: racial slurs, violence, abusive behavior – it's a return to Kubrick this week as we discuss #95 on AFI's thrills list – Full Metal Jacket. The Vietnam critique is one of the rougher watches, especially in light of current world events, but the filmmaking stands out, as do a couple of iconic performances. We discuss the placement on the list and the jarring format of the film overall.     Recommendations: The Adam Project (Netflix)   Next up: The China Syndrome (1979)   Email us at latecomers@gmail.com Twitter: @latecomerspod Find Amity @ www.amityarmstrong.com and @AmityArmstrong on Twitter Our Facebook group is here for those who consent: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1754020081574479/ This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Masculine Journey Radio's Podcast 28min
Boot Camp Activities After Hours

Masculine Journey Radio's Podcast 28min

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 27:57


Welcome fellow adventurers! The discussion on Boot Camp activities continues right here on the Masculine Journey After Hours Podcast. The clips are from "Blazing Saddles," "South Park," "Cheaper By the Dozen 2," "Full Metal Jacket," and "A River Runs Through It." There's no advertising or commercials, just men of God, talking and getting to the truth of the matter. The conversation and Journey continues.

The Cooler Than Ecto Podcast
Top Ten Movies Of 1987

The Cooler Than Ecto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 92:24


We kick off our series of Anniversary Film Episodes with a Historic Year with the "Top Ten Movies Of 1987"! Hosts Rob Champion and Michael Cusumano pit Cinematic Stables like "Raising Arizona", "Full Metal Jacket", "Broadcast News", "Tampopo" and "Moonstruck" against Blockbuster Rental Classics like "The Princess Bride", "Lethal Weapon" "Predator", "Robocop" and "Evil Dead 2" to find their respective #1s. Apple Podcasts/iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/top-ten-movies-of-1987/id1309133613?i=1000554473475 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/episode/3m2WRJ2biBGwmff8ha2vle?si=Vd3MlKiOSGi3EGztX5YakQ

The Good, The Bad, and The Sequel
Ghoulies Go To College

The Good, The Bad, and The Sequel

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 127:24


This week we are discussing "Ghoulies Go To College" in honor of college spring break and wow does this movie deliver on the craziness because this is the 1st installment that has the Ghoulies speaking. We brought back Nick, who is our creature expert, to help us break this one down. We discussed the difference between "a Prank, a Yank, and a Crank", the actor who voices the cat Ghoulie, the Billy Zabka-like villain, the creepy security guard, and more. PANCAKE! This is a video review you can watch at sequelsonly.com/ghouliesGTC The next sequel that will be discussed next is "Aliens ", which is on the Mt. Rushmore of movie sequels. I was lucky enough to interview Ricco Ross who played Frost. Ricco and I 1st connected when we were doing the "Death Wish 3" reunion for Charles Bronson's 100th birthday, but he had something come up, but we did it. s an actor, his first year out of college he booked reoccurring roles on "Hill St. Blues" & "The Young & the Restless". Soon afterward, feeling type-cast, he decided to study Shakespeare for a year in England at the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA). That year turned into 13 years of living abroad. There he got "Dirty Dozen 2" and became friends with Ken Wahl (great story about Ken), "Death Wish 3", "Aliens", and actually got "Full Metal Jacket", but that's a story you gotta hear. Great chat. Follow us on all social media @sequelsonly and our website is sequelsonly.com Review, rate, and share us with your friends, enemies, neighbors, exes, and even that annoying supermarket clerk! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Latecomers
S6E5 - #96: Blue Velvet (1986)

The Latecomers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 93:41


Episode Notes This week we return to our roots with David Lynch's Blue Velvet from 1986. Baby McLaughlin and baby Dern take us into Lumberton where we listen to W-O-O-D on the radio and find ears in fields. This movie must come with trigger warnings, but determining what those might be is a tricky situation – definitely sexual assault and drug use.  It's the best Lynch experience so far and it is certainly a thrill. We discuss nuance, sex positivity, and what's in that cannister! Apologies for the sound quality - the recording location was less than ideal but we wanted to get you a fresh episode this week.     Recommendations: Warrior (HBO Max); The Ice Road (Netflix)   Next up: Full Metal Jacket (1987) (HBO Max)   Email us at latecomers@gmail.com Twitter: @latecomerspod Find Amity @ www.amityarmstrong.com and @AmityArmstrong on Twitter Our Facebook group is here for those who consent: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1754020081574479/ This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Son of a Podcast!
The King's Pod

Son of a Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 135:15


In this episode: The King's Man (2021); The Tender Bar (2021); Pig (2021); Ghostbusters 3 (2021); Nightmare Alley (2021); Torn (2021); Just Go With It (2011); Napoleon Dynamite (2021); Spy Game (2001); Bandits (2001); The Fugitive (1993); Full Metal Jacket (1987); Man, Are We Old?!

NonRevenueRadio
Non-Revenue Radio - 104 - 3-11-22

NonRevenueRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 78:50


Back up in that a__ with the resurrection. We're back folks! Dan, Jer and Scott convened and had a spirited discussion while watching the MN State High School Hockey tournament. We ran the gamut from the Mpls teachers strike, Defector Media talk, Wild hockey, MLB's return, the ever strong new candidacies in the MN governor's race, Beltway protest convoys all the way to Vincent D'Onofrio's imdb. (spoiler alert if you haven't seen Full Metal Jacket).

historicly
Battlefield Hollywood with Tom Secker and Matthew Alford

historicly

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 68:26


Propaganda is a word thrown around, but very few people understand the nature of the indoctrination within the. United States. David Swanson of “World Beyond War” says:When we imagine that the U.S. military only occasionally and slightly influences U.S. movies, we are extremely badly deceived. The actual impact is on thousands of movies made, and thousands of others never made. And television shows of every variety. The military guests and celebrations of the U.S. military on game shows and cooking shows are no more spontaneous or civilian in origin than the ceremonies glorifying members of the U.S. military at professional sports games–ceremonies that have been paid for and choreographed by U.S. tax dollars and the U.S. military. The “entertainment” content carefully shaped by the “entertainment” offices of the Pentagon and the CIA doesn’t just insidiously prepare people to react differently to news about war and peace in the world. To a huge extent it substitutes a different reality for people who learn very little actual news about the world at all.The alliance between the military and Hollywood is the main reason that we have lots of big blockbuster movies on certain topics and few if any on others. Studios have written scripts and hired top actors for movies on things like Iran-Contra that have never seen the light of day because of a Pentagon rejection. Today, we interview award winning researchers Tom Secker and Matthew Alford who have spent decades trying to uncover the shady relationship between Hollywood, the Pentagon, the CIA and the Department of Defense. In fact, very little gets made without approving eyes our national security state. This is a must listen-to interview with Award Winning researchers Tom Secker and Matthew Alford about their new Documentary film “Theaters of War” 1:00 - 3:00 - How extensive is the DOD input? 3:00 - 5:30 - FOIA request runaround5:30 - 6:00 - What is not made? and Why?6:00 - 8:00 Why does Hollywood go to the military?8:00 - 11:30 - “Countermeasures” not made because opposed US interests11:30 - 14:30 - Selling the military to the audience14:30 - 16:20 - Deleted scenes from “Independence Day”16:20 - 24:00 Matthew visits US and the Lawrence Suid Files24:00 - 28:40 - The “2 Hour Infomercial” & how the word “propaganda” is never mentioned28:40 - 29:55 - Tom’s a “vexatious requester”29:55 - 33:15 - Pentagon’s PR move after “Jarhead” and “Full Metal Jacket” came out33:15 - 36:30 - “Lone Survivor” - War crimes whitewashed36:30 - 39:00 - They’re tired of looking like the bad guys39:00 - 43:30 - Opting against nukes in remakes for environmental disasters43:30 - 45:25 - Mid 70’s is when DoD got more involved in films and shows45:25 - 48:25 - Zero Dark 30 tried to make a case for “torture good”48:25 - 51:45 - Jack Ryan series51:45 - 53:00 - DoD creating their own hyper-reality53:00 - 53:40 - Iron Man was anti-war in comics but pro-war in movies53:40 - 1:00:00 - Why would actors sign on?1:00:00 - 1:01:03 - Serbian movie “Dara of Jasenovac” vs “The Courier” reviews1:01:00 - 1:04:50 - Stop watching “Transformers”. Watch “The Boys” instead1:04:50 - 1:06:00 - Take Culture Action - Disengage or engage critically1:06:00 - End - “Theatre of War” release and what Matthew and Tom are up to nextTo learn more visit: Spy Culture Get full access to Historic.ly at historicly.substack.com/subscribe

The Movies We've Never Seen Podcast

Today on the Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, Mike is joined by his good friend Michael where they watch the "Classic" war film Kelly's Heroes. This episode does contain *SPOILERS* for Kelly's Heroes, Full Metal Jacket and The Lady Killers. This podcast may contain STRONG LANGUAGE and ADULT THEMES. Not Recommended for children. This episode is PG-13. On The Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, we talk about a movie that one or more of the hosts have not seen. In the fist half of the episode, we talk about our pre-viewing thoughts, expectations and impressions about it punctuated by a small trivia quiz and other fun facts. We then give the movie a tentative rating (on a scale of 0-5 Snake Plisskens) based on the discussion. We then come to the intermission, where we take a break and watch the film in question. In the second half we have a similar conversation and discuss our post-viewing thoughts and see how right, wrong or on the nose we were about the film and give it our final rating. Links: Twitter: @MWNSPodcast Insta: @MWNSPodcast Contact with questions or suggestions at MWNSPodcast@protonmail.com Mike also has a non movie related podcast with his good friend sometimes enemy Patrick where he rambles about random topics called All Downhill. You can check that out on Twitter @alldownhillshow or at their home page. All Music in this episode is Prod. by Yung Kartz and used with License. All clip samples are used under either Public Domain or Fair Use.

The Film Bros Podcast
Full Metal Jacket

The Film Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 102:36


The bros learn that the rifle is only a tool, it's the hard heart that kills, in this episode about the 1987 film, Full Metal Jacket. Written by Gustav Hasford, Michael Herr, & Stanley Kubrick and Directed by Stanley Kubrick. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefilmbrospodcast/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4g9YbMBwRIKzDTV4uXt5Eg The bros Letterboxd's: @_isaiahlucas @lilabey @NickGowinPlaces