American film actor
Part FITZCARRALDO (1982), part APOCALYPSE NOW (1979), part Lord of the Flies, THE MOSQUITO COAST was Harrison Ford's wily villainous turn and one of Peter Weir's most cynical movies to that point in his career. Allie Fox's Nicaraguan sojourn – an ill-conceived plot to bring ice to the jungle – is cut short by his hubris, his family's increasing skepticism, and the harsh realities of jungle living that put a cap on his seemingly limitless madman optimism. On this episode, we talk about America's self-sabotaging right-wing movement, whether or not the movie begs our empathy for Allie's detachment from reality, and the unflappable resolve of those who would see the world built in their image. “Mosquito Coast: Or, Man Absolutely Loses it in a Hardware Store” by Michael Wellvang for Perisphere, the Trylon blog: https://www.perisphere.org/2023/09/15/mosquito-coast-or-man-absolutely-loses-it-in-a-hardware-store/ “Ice is Back With My Brand New Invention” by Lucas Hardwick for Perisphere, the Trylon blog: https://www.perisphere.org/2023/09/15/ice-is-back-with-my-brand-new-invention/ “A Harrison Ford filmography: The actor looks back at some pivotal roles” in Entertainment Weekly: https://ew.com/article/1992/06/12/harrison-ford-filmography/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music: "Allie's Theme" by Maurice Jarre from the THE MOSQUITO COAST soundtrack.
Welcome back to Morgan Hasn't Seen with Jeannine Brice & Morgan Robinson!! An exciting return to a favourite series format on MHS as Jeannine & Morgan are looking at Decades of Horror again, talking one Horror movie from the 1970s, 80s, 90s, and 00s throughout September! To close out the series this week, Jeannine and Morgan and dealing with hauntings, manipulation, and thriller melodrama in Robert Zemeckis' WHAT LIES BENEATH (2000) starring Harrison Ford & Michelle Pfeiffer!! Support The WGA & SAG-AFTRA Strikes: https://entertainmentcommunity.org Our Youtube Channel for Monday Madness on video, Watchalongs, Live Discussions & more: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvACMX8jX1qQ5ClrGW53vow Donate: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ItsAWonderful1 Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ItsAWonderful1 IT'S A WONDERFUL PODCAST STORE: https://its-a-wonderful-podcast.creator-spring.com/ Sub to the feed and download now on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Amazon Music & more and be sure to rate, review and SHARE AROUND!! Keep up with us on Twitter: Podcast: https://twitter.com/ItsAWonderful1 Morgan: https://twitter.com/Th3PurpleDon Jeannine: https://twitter.com/JeannineDaBean Keep being wonderful!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsawonderfulpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsawonderfulpodcast/support
This week our Growing Pains theme is going strong with a throwback movie from the 80's, Working Girl. It stars Melanie Griffith as Tess, a secretary trying to break into the finance world but no one will take her seriously, until she meets Jack, played by Harrison Ford. She finally has the opportunity to forge a huge business deal but can she close it before time and the truth come out? In this episode: we discuss how big hair in a french braid was the 80's height of restrained sophistication, how the 80's was the first 'liberated decade' where you could open up a bank account without a penis to vouch for you, and speculate on how many cease and desist letters we can get from all of Corinne's boisterous renditions of 'Let the River Run.' This episode has everything-big shouldered power suits, a surprise pee story and a lot of feels for the Working Girl.
“How is adding Kelsey Grammer to this a thing at all?” - Eric On this week's episode, the guys are dodging CGI explosions left and right as they talk about the total wet fart of an action film, The Expendables 3! Why couldn't they budget for some actual explosions? Why didn't this wind up being more of a Wesley Snipes movie? Why did the writers think this movie needed all the Expendables Jr. characters? And what on EARTH were they thinking with this PG-13 rating? PLUS: Sly puts out an album full of t.v. theme song covers! The Expendables 3 stars Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Harrison Ford, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson, Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture, Terry Crews, Kelsey Grammer, Glen Powell, Antonio Banderas, Victor Ortiz, Ronda Rousey, Kellan Lutz, Jet Li, Robert Davi, and the great Wesley Snipes as Doc; directed by Patrick Hughes. Want more WHM? Join our Patreon fam today and instantly unlock hours and hours of exclusive bonus content, including Ad-Free WHM Prime at the $8 level and up! Be sure to get in early and get your tickets for the WHM Holiday Extravaganza where we're talking The Santa Clause! Check out the WHM Merch Store featuring new Polish Decoy, ‘Jack Kirby', and Forrest the Universal Soldier designs!
This week we continue where we left off last week... Talking about Blade Runner! This time, Blade Runner 2049, a 2017 film directed by Denis Villeneuve. Starring Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, David Bautista, Jared Leto, and more, this film follows a Nexus-9 replicant, KD-6-3.7 (Ryan Gosling) who is tasked with uncovering a mystery that will shake (what is left of) the foundations of society on Planet Earth and beyond. Visually stunning and accompanied by music by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch, this is sure to be a spectacle for any viewer. This week we're joined by special guest Corey Grispo to answer the question, but... Is Blade Runner 2049 Good?If you'd like to suggest a film or film franchise, or if you'd just like to say hello, you can reach us at email@example.com, @biigpodcast on Twitter, or @butisitgoodpodcast on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube! Also, follow this week's guest Corey Grispo on Instagram @the_grispo! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In the early morning hours of July 4, 1954, Marilyn Sheppard was bludgeoned to death in her bed. Her husband Sam, a prominent Bay Village doctor, maintained that Marilyn was murdered by a bushy-haired intruder. He stood trial and was convicted for his wife's murder amidst a media storm. Harrison Ford's character in The Fugitive is roughly based on Sam Sheppard. The media frenzy so tainted the case that the United States Supreme Court released him and ordered a retrial in the decision Sheppard v. Maxwell. At the 1966 retrial, Sheppard was acquitted. He died just a few years later. SOURCES: https://famous-trials.com/sam-sheppard/2-sheppard https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/newspaper_coverage/ law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/sheppard/sheppardchonology.html https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/sheppard/#browse Cleveland Plain Dealer Cleveland Press Associated Press NY Times https://case.edu/ech/articles/s/sheppard-murder-case https://www.thoughtco.com/the-sam-sheppard-murder-case-972179 http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/sheppard/sheppardreports.html https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/sam-sheppard-dies Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the early morning hours of July 4, 1954, Marilyn Sheppard was bludgeoned to death in her bed. Her husband Sam, a prominent Bay Village doctor, maintained that Marilyn was murdered by a bushy-haired intruder. He stood trial and was convicted for his wife's murder amidst a media storm. Harrison Ford's character in The Fugitive is roughly based on Sam Sheppard. The media frenzy so tainted the case that the United States Supreme Court released him and ordered a retrial in the decision Sheppard v. Maxwell. At the 1966 retrial, Sheppard was acquitted. He died just a few years later. SOURCES: https://famous-trials.com/sam-sheppard/2-sheppard law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/sheppard/sheppardchonology.html https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/sheppard/#browse Cleveland Plain Dealer Cleveland Press Associated Press NY Times https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/sheppard_timeline/ https://case.edu/ech/articles/s/sheppard-murder-case https://www.thoughtco.com/the-sam-sheppard-murder-case-972179 http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/sheppard/sheppardreports.html https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/sam-sheppard-dies Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Part 2: Thank you to Nic of the True Crime Garage Podcast for joining me to discuss one of Northeast Ohio's most infamous "unsolved" murder. In the early morning hours of July 4, 1954, Marilyn Sheppard was bludgeoned to death in her bed. Her husband Sam, a prominent Bay Village doctor, maintained that Marilyn was murdered by a bushy-haired intruder. He stood trial and was convicted for his wife's murder amidst a media storm. The Academy Award-winning movie The Fugitive, starring Harrison Ford, was loosely based on Sam Sheppard. The media frenzy so tainted the case that the United States Supreme Court released him and ordered a retrial in the decision Sheppard v. Maxwell. At the 1966 retrial, Sheppard was acquitted. He died just a few years later. Follow me on X @billhuffman3. Support the show via Venmo. SOURCES: https://famous-trials.com/sam-sheppard/2-sheppard law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/sheppard/sheppardchonology.html https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/sheppard/#browse https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/newspaper_coverage/ https://case.edu/ech/articles/s/sheppard-murder-case https://www.thoughtco.com/the-sam-sheppard-murder-case-972179 http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/sheppard/sheppardreports.html https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/sam-sheppard-dies https://www.truecrimegarage.com If you'd like to help support the show you can contribute via Venmo with my username @bill-huffman-3. Every contribution big or small helps keep these shows rolling. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
GGACP celebrates the birthday (b. September 12) of Emmy-winning actor Joe Pantoliano by revisiting this memorable interview from 2016. In this episode, Joe joins Gilbert and Frank for a revealing and entertaining conversation about Italian-American stereotypes, underappreciated film directors, dysfunctional families, onscreen immortality and the secret to playing convincing bad guys. Also, Joe meets Gregory Peck, remembers James Gandolfini, takes advice from Robert Stack and takes the fall for Harrison Ford. PLUS: Eli Wallach! "Midnight Run"! Joe befriends Natalie Wood! Gilbert Gottfried: Teen Idol! And Frank Sinatra welshes on a debt! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The show has been taken over for fun, casual Action Movies! Cameron and Isaac are back, reunited to watch The Fugitive (1993). This action-thriller film directed by Andrew Davis, stars Harrison Ford as Dr. Richard Kimble and Tommy Lee Jones as Deputy U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerart. This heart-pounding movie follows Kimble's quest to clear his name after being wrongly accused of murder while Gerard relentlessly pursues him. Join us as we delve into this iconic cat-and-mouse chase in our podcast, exploring its great performances, iconic action scenes, and the evolution of genre cycles in Hollywood. Cinema Spectator is a movie podcast hosted by Isaac Ransom and Cameron Tuttle. The show is executive produced by Darrin O'Neill; recorded & produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. You can support the show at patreon.com/ecfsproductions. Follow us on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter under ECFS Productions (@ecfsproductions). Isaac and Cameron started recording podcasts with their first project Everything Comes from Something (2018), now focusing on new weekly content for Cinema Spectator. Cameron Tuttle is a full-time professional cinematographer, majoring in SFSU Film School to collaborate with corporate, private, and creative productions. Cameron is the expert. Isaac Ransom is a professional creative, digital marketer, and product manager working full-time. Isaac is the student. The podcast is a passion project between two longtime friends, we hope you can enjoy our project with the limited time we have! Thank you for your time, your generosity, and support.
De naturaleza sensible, Delphine acostumbraba recibir en sus salones a diversos artistas de la época: músicos, poetas, pintores, novelistas. Allí se reencontró con Frédéric Chopin en 1831, justo cuando Frédéric no vislumbraba otra opción que ganarse la vida dando lecciones de piano. A los atractivos físicos de la condesa Potocka hay que añadir que era una muy buena pianista y con una voz muy bonita y que además era polaca, cualidades por las que indudablemente agradó particularmente a Chopin, por lo que se convertiría en alumna de Federico y se iniciarán los correspondientes rumores de una relación entre ellos, por lo que se dice que sostuvieron un romance desde 1838 a 1846. No obstante, a lo largo de muchos años, desde el lugar donde se encontraran, se enviaron cartas. En ellas Chopin le anunciaba, si era la ocasión, que tal o cual pieza le había sido dedicada. En 1847, la homenajeó con una más de sus composiciones, un pequeño vals. El pequeño vals se popularizó y llegó a tener nombre propio: "Vals del minuto" se le llamó, por su corta duración. 🎹🎹🎹🎹 Voz: CAMILO GARCÍA. Actor y director de doblaje. El actor más prolífico de nuestro país con una considerable trayectoria a sus espaldas, la voz habitual del considerado el mejor actor francés de todos los tiempos Gérard Depardieu, del oscarizado Gene Hackman (a partir de 1989) y del británico Anthony Hopkins desde que le doblara en el clásico de 1991 - El silencio de los corderos. Ha doblado en más de 3000 películas y series para televisión. Últimos trabajos:🎬 Harrison Ford. El ascenso de Skywalker El padre, Anthony Hopkins (2020) Gérard Depardieu, Maigret (2022) El hijo, Antony Hopkins (2023) John Wick 4, Clancy Brown (2023) Harrison Ford, 1923. 1ªt. (2023) La voz de Logan Roy- Brian Cox en Succession 2019-2023 ¡¡SUMA Y SIGUE!! MUCHAS GRACIAS PROFESOR 👏👏👏👏 🎧 Voz de Asimov en este Podcast: Puedes escuchar el audiolibro completo aquí: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/68011824 Dramatización Cyrano de Bergerac: Voces Camilo García y Olga Paraíso, puedes escucharlo aquí: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/110664633 Una producción de Olga Paraíso, Historias para ser Leídas. 💌 "He reflexionado largamente acerca de la inspiración y la creatividad y, poco a poco, creo haber descubierto la naturaleza esencial de mis poderosos dones, dones que sólo poseo yo"- Chopin Piezas en este audio de Frédéric Chopin: 🎹 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzmGWzCMgxw 🎹 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hyAOYMUVDs 🎹 📌Súbete a nuestra nave y disfruta de contenido exclusivo solo para ti, pulsa el botón azul APOYAR y serás un tabernero galáctico desde 1,49€ al mes. Gracias por tu apoyo. ¡¡Hasta el próximo audio!! 🚀 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
What better what to celebrate the third part of their Expendables Marathon, than by watching... THE EXPENDABLES 3! Ben and Eamonn check out, what is widely considered to be, the worst film in the franchise for the first time, and you may be surprised by their reaction! Plus there's some in-depth Pic 'N' Mix chat, a failed attempted at gaining more listeners and Eamonn dies. "I am The Hague." Please support our Patreon at linktr.ee/filmsontoilet so we can assemble our own team of aging mercenaries for assorted wetwork. The Expendables 3 was directed Patrick Hughes, with a screenplay by Sylvester Stallone, Creighton Rothenberger and Katrin Benedikt, based on Characters by David Callaham, and produced by Avi Lerner, Kevin King-Templeton, Danny Lerner, Les Weldon and John Thompson. The film stars Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Antonio Banderas, Jet Li, Wesley Snipes, Dolph Lundgren, Kelsey Grammer, Randy Couture, Terry Crews, Kellan Lutz, Ronda Rousey, Glen Powell, Victor Ortiz, Robert Davi, Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Is this the last new John Williams film score release we will ever get? If it is, then the Maestro ends with a crescendo of action and terrific new themes to elevate Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny to magical musical glory. Join Laird and Ron as they listen and discuss the movies soundtrack release (and rant about some missteps by Walt Disney Music).
Did you know that 3 years ago, Los Angeles became a dystopian retrofuturistic hellscape? Well, neither did we! But this week, we review a film that takes place in this very version of Los Angeles - Namely Blade Runner! This film stars Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, and Edward James Olmos among others. Based on Philip K. Dick's 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?', this film follows Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), who is tasked with finding rogue synthetic humans (also known as Replicants) who have escaped from a space colony and returned to earth. And of all places, they go to Los Angeles. This film explores religious, existential, and humanistic themes and raises a lot of questions for the viewer. We here at BIIG Production, however, are ultimately tasked with answering the ultimate question: But... Is Blade Runner Good?If you'd like to suggest a film or film franchise, or if you'd just like to say hello, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, @biigpodcast on Twitter, or @butisitgoodpodcast on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
For their 125th episode, two amnesiac film critics, two ignorant dads, and two redemptive teachers, Will Johnson and Don Shanahan, continue to dive into the older and lesser-seen films of Harrison Ford. Last week, it was "Hanover Street." This week, the boys jump up a decade and change to 1991's "Regarding Henry" written by a young J.J. Abrams and directed by Ford's "Working Girl" director Mike Nichols. This is a cuddlier part for the typical rough and gruff Ford. Listen to hear what our guys thought. Come for the shared challenge and stay for the mutual love and respect for the fun movies encapsulate. Enjoy our podcast!https://www.instagram.com/cinephilehissyfit/https://www.instagram.com/casablancadon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CinephileFitwww.RuminationsRadioNetwork.comwww.instagram.com/RuminationsRadioNetworkTwitter: RuminationsRadioNetwork@RuminationsNProduction by Mitch Proctor for Area 42 Studios and SoundEpisode Artwork by Charles Langley for Area 42 Studios and Soundhttps://www.patreon.com/RuminationsRadiohttps://everymoviehasalesson.com/ ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Inside its genre ‘guardrails,' WITNESS tells the story of worlds brought together by tragedy – but whose intersection point (a haggard Harrison Ford and a repressed Kelly McGillis) exemplifies the deep, dignified richness of human love and connection. Also, Angus MacInnes dies horribly via grain entrapment and Danny Glover's guts get spilled in cow shit. Watch WITNESS on the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Witness_1985 Get tickets to the Peter Weir series at the Trylon: https://www.trylon.org/films/category/peter-weir/ “Harrison Ford and the Power of Star Persona in Witness and The Mosquito Coast” by John Blair for Perisphere, the Trylon blog: https://www.perisphere.org/2023/08/25/harrison-ford-and-the-power-of-star-persona-in-witness-and-the-mosquito-coast/ Roger Ebert's 1985 review of WITNESS: https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/witness-1985 “Peter Weir's ‘Witness': A Deep, Subtle and Complex Social Comment Disguised as a Police Thriller” by Sven Mikulec for Cinephilia & Beyond (containing an excerpt of Virginia Campbell's interview with Peter Weir for Movieline in 1998): https://cinephiliabeyond.org/peter-weirs-witness-deep-subtle-complex-social-comment-disguised-police-thriller/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at email@example.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music: “Main Theme” by Maurice Jarre from the WITNESS soundtrack. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 242: WITNESS (1985) 3:05 - The episode actually starts 9:15 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary 11:20 - First reactions to WITNESS and its ‘guardrail moments' 21:52 - Is WITNESS too married to its genre inspirations? 43:00 - Peter Weir's rewritten ‘hopeless' ending 53:29 - The Junk Drawer 1:05:01 - Good Grief, Give Me a GIF! 1:09:48 - Cody's Noteys: Bearing WITNESS (August trivia through the years)
In this bonus episode we delve into the career and impact of an actor that shaped our love of film: Harrison Ford. Yes, it's our Harrison Ford SOLO episode...... Subscribe on Spotify:open.spotify.com/show/6ShPbVNVFjyxHVHch8JtYq Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/movies-that-shaped-us/id1591109094 Subscribe on YouTube:www.youtube.com/@moviesshapedpod follow us:www.instagram.com/moviesshapedpod/
This week we take a boat up a river as more and more crazy things happen and we descend into madness and succumb to the bliss of mindless bloodshed. JUST KIDDING - But we are reviewing Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 masterpiece Apocalypse Now. Loosely based on the novella 'Heart of Darkness' by Joseph Conrad (Which we didn't even MENTION what were we even DOING), this film follows Captain Benjamin Willard (Martin Sheen) and crew on a journey from South Vietnam into Cambodia, on a top secret mission to terminate the command of a disgruntled and presumed insane military officer, Colonel Kurtz (Marlon Brando). Featuring other big names such as Robert Duvall, Lawrence Fishburne and Harrison Ford, this film is a visual masterpiece and a pillar of filmmaking. But... Is Apocalypse Now Good?If you'd like to suggest a film or film franchise, or if you'd just like to say hello, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, @biigpodcast on Twitter, or @butisitgoodpodcast on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On The Show:Tracey Gold became an actress at the age of four, first appearing in a Pepsi print ad. She appeared in two canceled series, Shirley with Shirley Jones in 1979, and Goodnight Beantown, starring Bill Bixby in 1983. Gold was originally cast as the youngest daughter in the original pilot series of the sitcom Gimme A Break!starring Nell Carter, but was replaced by actress Lara Jill Miller when the show went to series. She played one of Albert Finney and Diane Keaton's four daughters in the feature film Shoot the Moon (1982). Gold also guest starred on her sister Missy Gold's series Benson in 1985, playing the cousin of Missy's character, Katie Gatling.In 1985, Gold auditioned for the role of Carol Seaver on Growing Pains, but was not initially cast. The actress chosen for the pilot was Elizabeth Ward, who had starred alongside Gold in The Hand-Me-Down Kid, a 1983 ABC Afterschool Special. However, test audiences did not favor Ward in the role of Carol, and she was replaced by Gold. Growing Pains ran from 1985 until 1992. During this time, Gold became a famous teen star and battled anorexia. In 1988, Gold also starred as Angela Strull in the teen film Dance 'til Dawn.On August 9, 1988, Gold and her two sisters were the only celebrities at the funeral of murdered child-actor Judith Barsi. Gold read A Child Of Mine (from the poet Edgar Albert Guest) as a eulogyVariety magazine says a new Barbie animated series, named "Barbie: A Touch of Magic", will premiere on Netflix on Sept. 14th. The show is about two Barbie characters who find a baby Pegasus and then go on an adventure. The Guardian says Lego will start selling braille-coded bricks to help visually- impaired children learn how to read. The braille bricks will be available starting in September. Dave Bautista and Jason Momoa are teaming up for a new action movie called ‘'The Wrecking Crew''. The film is described as a ‘buddy action comedy'. The plot is being kept a secretChris Pratt May Replace Super Mario Voice Actor: The Daily Mail says Chris Pratt may replace Charles Martinet as the voice of Super Mario. Martinet has announced his retirement and has voiced the character since 1991. Fans are wondering if Pratt, who faced controversy for being cast as Mario in the 2023 movie, will replace Martinet in future games. Nintendo has not confirmed who will take on the role.Nintendo And Oreo Make Princess Peach Cookies: Gamerant says Nintendo and Oreo are creating special Princess Peach-themed cookies. The limited-edition cookies are for Super Mario fans. Five thousand lucky fans will have the chance to win the Princess Peach x OREOiD Pack. Oreo decided to do Princess Peach cookies because of the success of their Pokemon Oreos. The Princess Peach cookies are dipped in white fudge before being covered in sprinkles. Entertainment Tonight says "Barbie" recently became Warner Bros' highest-grossing film in North America beating "The Dark Knight". ‘'Barbie'' has earned $537.5 million while ‘'The Dark Knight'' earned $533 million. ‘'Barbie'' has earned over $1.19 billion worldwide. Giant Freakin Robot says a new snake species, found in Peru, was recently named after Harrison Ford. The snake, Tachymenoides harrisonfordi, is slender, 16 inches long, and has a pale yellowish-brown tint with black blotches. Researchers named it after Ford because of his dedication to environmental causes. Ford also has ants and a spider named after him Harrison says, “These scientists keep naming critters after me, but it's always the ones that terrify children. I don't understand. I spend my free time cross-stitching. I sing lullabies to my basil plants, so they won't fear the night.”Cinema Blend says the "Barbie" movie has been banned in Algeria for "damaging morals." The film had been showing for several weeks before the ban. An insider says the ban was due to the movie not complying with Algeria's religious beliefs. The film has previously been banned in Lebanon, Kuwait, and Vietnam. Inside the Magic says Taylor Swift may join the cast of 'Deadpool 3' as a character named Dazzler. Dazzler is a mutant with light and sound-based powers. Dazzler is tall, wears a blue outfit, a blue mask and has long blonde hair. Taylor's casting may be due to her close friendship with Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds and his wife, Blake Lively. The Daily Mail says a sequel to the Barbie movie is in the works because the film has made $1 billion. The same crew is being contracted for the sequel. A source tells the newspaper, "It is very early days, but it's become apparent that bosses want the same crew for the sequel as they did for the first."The Miami Herald says a famous scientist recently found out where the fictional world of Barbieland, from the "Barbie" movie, is located. Neil deGrasse Tyson used clues from the movie to conclude that Barbieland is in the Florida Keys. Key West Mayor Teri Johnston is happy about his theory and says it brings something positive to the area.
Today on AirTalk, Disney pulled tv channels from spectrum cable over the weekend– we break down the impact. Also on the show, concert etiquettes you should know; the evolution of the American psyche; and more. Latest On Charter Spectrum & Disney Negotiations As Sports-Packed Weekend Leaves Some Unable To View (0:15) Taking A Peek At The L.A. Public Library's New Collection Of Never-Before-Seen Photos: Marilyn Monroe, Jimi Hendrix, Harrison Ford, Bruce Lee, And More (17:05) To Stand Or Sit? To Capture The Moment Or Be In The Moment? Those And Other Concert Etiquette Questions (32:54) How Did We All Get So Mean To Each Other? (51:16) Could A Virus Actually Be Good? Meet The Phage: Important, Relatively Unknown, And A Potential Key To Medical Innovation (1:22:13)
Théophile Gautier (1811-1872) fue un influyente poeta, novelista, crítico de arte y dramaturgo francés del siglo XIX. Es conocido por su estilo literario exquisito y su papel en el movimiento literario del Romanticismo en Francia. Gautier es considerado uno de los principales exponentes del "arte por el arte", una filosofía que enfatizaba la importancia de la belleza y la estética en el arte, independientemente de cualquier mensaje moral o político. Poesía : Gautier es conocido por su poesía lírica y evocadora. Sus poemas a menudo tratan temas de belleza, amor, exotismo y escapismo. Uno de sus poemas más famosos es "La Muerta Amada", que combina elementos góticos y románticos en una historia de amor vampírico. 💌Sí, he amado como no ha amado nadie en el mundo, con un amor insensato y violento, tan violento que me asombra que no haya hecho estallar mi corazón. 🖤 Voz: CAMILO GARCÍA. Actor y director de doblaje. El actor más prolífico de nuestro país con una considerable trayectoria a sus espaldas, la voz habitual del considerado el mejor actor francés de todos los tiempos Gérard Depardieu, del oscarizado Gene Hackman (a partir de 1989) y del británico Anthony Hopkins desde que le doblara en el clásico de 1991 - El silencio de los corderos. Ha doblado en más de 3000 películas y series para televisión. Últimos trabajos:🎬 Harrison Ford. El ascenso de Skywalker El padre, Anthony Hopkins (2020) Gérard Depardieu, Maigret (2022) El hijo, Antony Hopkins (2023) John Wick 4, Clancy Brown (2023) Harrison Ford, 1923. 1ªt. (2023) La voz de Logan Roy- Brian Cox en Succession 2019-2023 ¡¡SUMA Y SIGUE!! GRACIAS PROFESOR, GRACIAS POR TODO!!👏👏👏👏 🎧 Voz de Asimov en este Podcast: Puedes escuchar el audiolibro completo aquí: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/68011824 Dramatización Cyrano de Bergerac: Voces Camilo García y Olga Paraíso, puedes escucharlo aquí: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/110664633 Una producción de Olga Paraíso, Historias para ser Leídas, Música en este audio de Alicia's Slumber con licencia autorizada de Epidemic Sound. 📌Súbete a nuestra nave y disfruta de contenido exclusivo solo para ti, pulsa el botón azul APOYAR y serás un tabernero galáctico desde 1,49€ al mes. Gracias por tu apoyo. ¡¡Hasta el próximo audio!! 🚀 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Episode 265: “The Fugitive” (1993): Movie Review Chris and Derek continue to look at movies celebrating milestone anniversaries this year with their review of 1993's “The Fugitive” starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones. They discuss the box office performance, the cast, the script, quotes and trivia from the film. For the trivia segment of […]
Summer is winding down but the fall lineup remains up in the air, so we bring you an episode of organized chaos. We hear from "The Nanny" star Fran Drescher, who is president of SAG-AFTRA and recently talked about the state of the actors strike. We also hear from "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston. After talking about finally watching the Netflix series "Dahmer," co-host Bruce Miller talks about all of the movies that are trickling out that might only be in theaters briefly before they head to streaming. His choices might not compete with "Barbie," but they are certainly movies you won't want to miss and will be under consideration when awards season heats up. And co-host Terry Lipshetz talks about "Silo" on Apple TV+, which recently wrapped its first season. This ultimately opens a discussion about which streaming services are worth our time and navigating screen time selections with the kids. Where to watch "Election" on Max "Dahmer" on Netflix "Red, White & Royal Blue" on Amazon Prime Video "Theater Camp" in theaters "Jules" in theaters "To Leslie" on Netflix "Golda" in theaters "The Lesson" in theaters "Challengers" in theaters "Next Goal Wins" in theaters "The Morning Show" on Apple TV+ "The Changeling" on Apple TV+ "Silo" on Apple TV+ "Shrinking" on Apple TV+ "For All Mankind" on Apple TV+ Contact us! We want to hear from you! Email questions to email@example.com and we'll answer your question on a future episode! 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 podcast about movies and TV from Lee Enterprises. I'm Terry Lipshetz is senior producer at Lee and co-host of the program with the legendary Bruce Miller, editor of the Sioux City Journal and a longtime entertainment reporter. Bruce, you're back. So you took a little week off. I mean, the listeners wouldn't know this because they would know that advance. But yeah, yeah, you're right. Bob Barker Here I am. But yeah, and you know, I really got a chance to dig in to TV and see what's there, because right now, normally I would know all of the new shows that were coming out in the fall. I would have seen all of them. I would probably have talked with the people who were involved. And this year is this big question mark. We don't know what we're getting. I don't know what kind of shows are out there, what kind of period we're going to be going through, how long the strike will last. It's very, very weird. And so what I've been doing is revisiting things. And one of the things I did do, I was scared to death of watching Dahmer when it first came out. I really because I don't. Is that giving him too much credibility? Is it, you know, endorsing something that I don't want to be a part of? But I you know, it's nominated for a lot of Emmys. And so I thought, you know, I should watch it. I should see it. Well, I was so scared after the first two episodes. I thought I got to watch something that's going to kind of calm me down a little bit. And so I found election election on Max. They're kind of pushing it now. Do you remember election was an Alexander Payne film about Tracy Blake. She was is this kind of rabid girl who was running for student council president in high school, played by Reese Witherspoon and Matthew Broderick played the the adviser to the the student council. And fascinating to see it again because, you know, they were really serious. Wasn't that big when she made this. And Matthew was kind of coming off his Ferris Bueller run and the movie was, you know, I hear it, but it's now prompted a sequel. There's going to be a sequel called Tracy Flick. What is it? Tracy Flick doesn't win or it doesn't always win or shouldn't win or I don't know. It's based on a new book and they decided to go back and do it. And Reese is producing the thing. We'll see what happens with that. But it was fun to see that because it did cleanse the palette from Dahmer and it gave me a chance to kind of look forward to something that will be coming. Paramount Plus is is actually doing it. I don't know how far they are in the process, but it is scheduled for the next year. What what was your overall thought on Dahmer? Because I know this was a little bit of an older one. It was on it was last year on Netflix. I watched it especially because of, you know, living in Wisconsin, even though it happened before I lived in Wisconsin. It's still something that people talk about, you know, a lot out here. What were your thoughts? I would like to say it was creepy, but it reminds you can tell it was a Ryan Murphy product because like his American Horror Story and all those other kind of things, it has that edge that you got. Oh, my God. I think it's going to go over the edge, I think. And it did. I thought some of those those murder scenes or just even opening the refrigerator was enough to send me reeling. But Evan Peters does a good job because you do see the kind of the the groundwork that's put into play that makes him kind of screwed up. And he plays it very kind of low key. And then you see what he does and it's like, whoa, I don't you know, this would not be made as anything but a streaming service thing. I don't know that you I know that they've done Dahmer movies and stuff, but they've never done it this intensely. And then I looked up the story of him online, of course, you Google everything, right? Right. And you look and you see, well, how many did he kill? And then you realize I've seen two deaths and there are like 17. I'm going to have a long haul with this. And this is really hard for me to watch. So, you know, it was fun to see Michael learn it in there as his grandmother. And, you know, there are good supporting performances, but it's tough. It's a tough slog. Yeah, it it was difficult to watch. I'm glad it didn't get as gory as it could have been. I mean, I was I was that was the one thing that I really because I'm not a big gore. I don't like horror movies. I don't you know, that's not my thing. And, you know, but I do like a thriller. Like I like like Silence of the Lambs, which is the only movie I can think of that's really comparable to you know, that's obviously fiction, although based on some aspects of reality with this, you know, I didn't need to see him like dismembering everybody and in all that. So I'm glad it didn't quite go down that road, but it was very difficult to watch. But it was also fascinating because the story I don't think the story's been told it's been told, but it's not like some stories. It just keeps on getting retold over and over again. I don't you know, this is the the deepest dive I think I've seen on Dahmer to date. I don't think it needed ten episodes. I'll be Oh, no, no, no. And I kept questioning why people didn't complain more. You like when they're in he's in this apartment, he's got all this crap and the smell is bad. You'd complain and I think somebody would do something. And then you see these instances where the cops are in the place and they kind of just bypass it, you know, It's like, Oh, yeah, we'll move on. And I, I would be screaming at the top of my lungs. Plus, here's the other thing. Never go home with somebody that you don't know right now. I mean, if somebody says, come on over to my house and we'll have a drink or something. No, that is a big animal that you can put on anybody's door and do not do it right. You know, I won't even sell something on Facebook. Marketplace and let somebody come in to buy like Nintendo. We're going to go to the parking lot of the QuikTrip and we will make a transaction there or somewhere holding a gun on you at all times. And I pass the merchandise to you, right? Yeah. Yeah. There is no way. I mean, unless unless it's I've got like we sold our swing set for the kids on Facebook marketplace. Obviously somebody has got to come to the house and pick that thing up, but it's like I'm doing a deep dive on your face. I'm like, looking to make sure you seem halfway normal or more. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know I'm with you. And I remember, too, when I watched that Dahmer with my wife. The thing that we kept on commenting over and over again is like, why is this thing ten episodes? Because on one hand, it just it was it was such it became a slog after a while, but we couldn't stop watching because we kind of wanted to know. I mean, we know what happens, but you kind of wanted to know what happens, if that makes sense. So it's like we hit that point where we're just we're in it for the long haul, so I guess we're going to suck it up. But yeah, I wanted to see Niecy Nash because I like her and she's nominated for Best Supporting Actress and she's in right away at the beginning. And then she disappears for a long period of time. And so I thought, well, there must be some big scene that she gets at some point that would have justified her getting nominated for best supporting actress. So I'm not done with it, but I always know now that I have to have something that's very light afterwards. And I have been looking at, you know, streaming is still putting crap out there. There's still stuff out there. I think Amazon had red, white and royal blue. Have you seen this? It's about a ten, I think, the American president's son. And then like some spare in the British lineup become secret lovers. And of course this is a huge scandal and it's all it is. It's just a romance that you probably saw on Hallmark, except it's two guys and one is British and one is America. That's that's about all it is. And they were getting a lot of attention. I mean, interesting. But I don't know that that's something that I would mark my time off to see. Yeah, well, it wasn't is as kind of controversial as they thought it would be. And there are a lot of ones like that that are now popping up. You're going to see in the next month on Hulu. Theater camp and theater camp is this kind of mockumentary done by Ben Platt from Dear Evan Hansen and a bunch of his friends about going to summer camp for theater kids. And it looks darling from it's you know, it's previews, but who knows? And that's one of those things these films he's there are a slew of these films that maybe get a week in a market and then disappear because they can't stand up against the pressure of a Barbie or a Oppenheimer and Barbie. Look at that. The money that Barbie is rolling in. She never made that much money when she was a doll. So now as a movie, she's she's just rake. And, you know, the sequel is probably already not being written by the writers who are on strike right now. But yeah. And so you you see these films that maybe will get a window, but if you are watching very carefully for them, you're not going to find them. One that opened this last week was called Jules and Julie's. It stars Ben Kingsley as Ed and this is what I loved. He's 78 and he's like, seen as this real doddering old man. And I'm thinking, God, I'm closer to 78 than I am to, you know, 21. And he get an alien lands in his itty azalea bushes in the backyard, and he tries to tell people about it, and they just think he's just out of his mind and he doesn't know what he's doing and he needs to go to assisted living. Well, it is an alien or there is an alien there and he communicates with him and two friends of hers also get to get it. Get in on the secret. Jane Curtin is one of the ones and it's a very, very clever film about aging and what kind of things people go through at a certain point in their lives. It's very much in the tone of what Clint Eastwood has been doing lately. You know, it's his Gran Torino kind of concept where old people aren't kind of given their due for having an opinion or, you know, being feisty or whatever. It's just kind of, Oh, that's the effects of aging. Yeah. Was there an alien, you know, is it just all in his mind? But it's a cute film that will it'll make its rounds and you'll see it somewhere on your schedule or maybe on a streaming thing. If you remember last year at the Oscars, there was this thing called to Leslie. Yeah, Yeah. Andrea Riseborough was nominated for best actress for that. And like everybody goes to where is this? How do I see this to Leslie? It's nowhere. And it wasn't. It was in nowhere. And it's like these little films that crop up and then suddenly after it gets traction, somebody will sell it to a streaming service and then it pops up. And I have since seen two Leslie and it was good, and it should have gotten some kind of attention. But the the bigfoot's kind of stomp him out and you don't find him. But there is a whole herd of them, a list of them that I went through and said, you know what? These are ones that maybe we need to look at before the end of the year. Okay. Well, that sounds like an interesting list because we are running out of things. I must say. We're running out of things to talk about, but we're in this interesting period right now because you mentioned, of course, that you would normally be out in L.A. previewing the fall season. We have no idea what's what's even going on because of the strike. This writer's strike in this actors strike, it is it is looking like they're digging in for the long haul. I mean, just last week while you were gone, Fran Drescher, the president of the Screen Actors Guild, was talking about this being an inflection point. And, you know, they're waiting on a deal. So I actually have a quick clip. We're going to play this really quick and we'll listen to her and then bring it back and we'll talk a little bit more about that and then dive into your list. Sounds good. Actors Union President Fran Drescher says there's been no negotiations with the movie and TV studios on a new contract as actors have been on strike for six weeks. I marches are a letter with the latest SAG after a president. Fran Drescher says the union is getting the silent treatment from the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which represents major studios. Drescher says the contract dispute is at an inflection point. I don't think anybody that's in charge of the AMPTP quite understands that this is not like any past negotiation. The actors demands include better pay and protections involving artificial intelligence. The studios have said their offer includes historic pay increases and an A.I. proposal that protects actors likenesses. And then, you know, that was last week. And then just right before we hopped on, I got another clip because the actors from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul gathered and they were talking about it. So here's one more clip from Bryan Cranston from Breaking Bad. We realize that without organized labor, management will just keep stuffing their pockets and they don't. They don't and will not ever just go, You know what? I don't think this is being fair to those people. I'm going to pay them more. It's just not what they do. All right, Bruce, we had talked a few episodes ago about like, you know, where to put money down. When is this thing ending? You were a little bit more optimistic. I was much more pessimistic saying that this could go on until later this year. And then the freak out moment would be once kind of the NFL season, college football season, you know, was kind of wrapping up. And then and then the networks or everybody needs something to air come January that's going to be the problem. So, you know, what are you thinking right now? Are you hearing anything? I think there's you know, it could go whenever. It could go whenever. But they probably will ride it out because it isn't fair. It isn't fair that these people are getting next to nothing and these networks are making pretty big bucks off this stuff. So there are, you know, and the studios come on, if they make a big deal about Margot Robbie getting, what, $50 million for doing Barkley? Well, she's a producer on the thing. She also is a blue chip star. And I hate when we see these clips of, you know, some famous person, like if Meryl Streep decided she was going to walk with the others. That isn't the instance at all. Meryl Streep and all those blue chip names should not be on the picket line because they don't have a beef with what's going on. It's the guy who you maybe recognize his face, but you don't know his name that is getting jobbed in all of this. Right. And those are the people that I think those stories need to be told much more. And I would not doubt that the story about Margot getting 50 million is a studio generated story because they want to say, see, look, they're making big money. Why aren't you know, come on, don't be crying to us. And I think the AIG thing could be a real problem. I've seen some things that have already been written that are not bad, you know, done by a computer because they've been able to input all this other stuff. But where did the other stuff come from that they're trying to duplicate or mimic or whatever that gives us this thing? I would not doubt that in the future the computers are going to be doing all of our writing. I would not doubt that. But you've got to hold the line somewhere because are we eliminating humans entirely? Is that our goal? With every job? You know how it is where they say, well, we're going to we're going to outsource this and we're going to let computers do it. Yeah, maybe sometimes you need that personal touch that comes from having a human in there. I don't know. But I find it really disturbing. And I'll turn on Entertainment Tonight on a regular basis. And it's like, Oh, today, look who showed up on the picket line. And, you know, I don't care. I don't care that the big names, because they'll come for an hour or whatever, eat a sandwich and act like they're part of the the normal people. And what you're doing is not necessarily cheating them out of a job or money, but you are cheating all of those ancillary businesses that rely on this to drive their business. The drivers, the actors, caterers, the set builders, the electricians, I mean, all those kinds of jobs. It's a factory town. Hollywood is a factory town. And if you start cutting that and yet these ones are making just a statement, you know, come on. I don't know why why those studios need so much money for their executives? I've never believed that that's a good way of doing business, because when you see that somebody is getting a $400 million paycheck for the year, really, is that where they make that kind of decision? A $400 million one? There should be caps on those things. But, you know, now I'm saying it's only political and I don't mean. Yeah, it is. I read a story, a few weeks ago even where they were actually talking about that point, because, you know, somebody brought up like where are all the stars while everyone else's, the rank and file are marching. But but that's the point, too, is that it gets a little bit touchy because the percentage of people that are making tons and tons of money is very small compared to the rank and file, which is really it has the most to lose out of this. Right. And then as you mentioned with like a lot of these folks, they're producers on shows now. They're also executives. They're not necessarily running a studio, but it's hard, you know. Sure, they're a member of the Actors Guild and maybe they're a member of the Writers Guild, but if they're a producer or also doing directing work, they're in their hands are in too many parts, and it's probably best that they just stay on the sideline and let things work because it's at some point you got to recuse yourself. And I think that's what happens. We've had, you know, now for me, the impact is the actors are not doing interviews. They're not going to be talking about a project that's coming up. And I get that. I see the the impact it has on me. But some actors who are producers will do an interview. Now, is that really are you playing the game or what? You know, which hat is a better hat or a bigger hat? And which one should you be wearing at any given time? Well, hopefully things will wrap up soon because we need we want it. We need our content. Yeah, we need something. We need something. I know you've got a list here of okay, I've got a list of films that are out there that I have seen some and not seen others. Okay. Golda Which is the Golda meir story? Oh, yeah. Is one that will I think it's starting now in theaters and it's could be another shot for her to win another Oscar. It's set in just a limited period of time. The 19 days of the Yom Kippur War and how she kind of negotiated all that, what she did, what her thought process was. And it's a great a great character piece, because I do not think of Golda meir when I think of Helen Mirren. They are not alike at all. But I think that she captures the essence and she brings to life a character that, you know, did we forget her? Do we still think about her? I don't know. But that's one that's out there. That's that's hanging fire. Blue Gene, have you heard of Blue Jean? No, no. This set in the in the 1980s in in England. And it's about a gym teacher who has this secret kind of private life where she's a lesbian and she doesn't dare come out because she's in Margaret Thatcher. England. And what does this mean for her career? You know, these are things that it seems so long ago and yet these issues come up. And it's a fascinating look at the times. They really get the costumes right. They get the period right. You see things you think, Yeah, I remember that. I remember the eighties like that. And there's people that maybe you don't you don't recognize, but they've been in a lot of British TV series and things. There's one called The Lesson, and this stars Richard E Grant. You remember him from Oh, man, he's been in so many things. He was nominated for an Oscar for the Thing with Melissa McCarthy, where she was a writer. I wish I could tell you right off the top of my head. But he. And this he plays another author. Okay. But he, Audie kind of rich author who, you know, is I mean, he's in the driver's seat. He's not a rank and file guy. And they hire he and his wife hire a tutor for their son. And the tutor sees how this family dynamic is all shaking down Darryl McCormick, who is in. Good luck to you, Leo. Grand. You remember that from with Emma Thompson. He played the guy who was her kind of sex therapist. Okay. Yeah, he was the he was the prostitute. He plays the tutor in this one. Julie Delpy, if you remember her from all those things with Ethan Hawke, she plays the wife and it's a fascinating look at a family situation. Challengers. Challengers is a film that's set in the tennis world, and it's about three tennis players, you know, and it's who's up, who's down, who's wherever. Zendaya plays a champion, I think like Serena, Venus, one of those kind of, you know, big superstars. And then Josh O'Connor from the crown, he played Chas, Prince Charles. Okay. He's one of the tennis players. And Mike Feist, who was in West Side Story and has been in Broadway on Dear Evan Hansen. Those are the three. And there just like who is with whom at what time Now it's done by the guy who did call me by your name and it it has the potential to be very dirty. I'm just throwing that out. It could be a very, very scary next goal wins. Taika Waititi The guy behind Jojo Rabbit and a lot of those, you know what we do in the shadows. A very kind of fun South. I think he's New Zealand. I don't want to say he's Australia, I think he's New Zealand director who focuses on a football coach or a soccer coach played by Michael Fassbinder. Fassbinder MM hmm. Who has to try and turn a Samoan teen into winners. Now, this is very Ted Lasso in it. Yeah, but I think it could be very, very funny and it could be one of those kind of breakout things. Again, these are all these little kind of pocket films that will show up but not be in theaters as long as Barbie is. So look for them. Because I think and if nothing else, within a month after that, more than likely they'll turn up on streaming services. Yeah, it could be what we're watching for the next two or three months, Right? Well, and these are also those films, too, that when the Oscar nominations come out, we get by, you know, we'll know the big ones. But then all of a sudden we're looking at each other and being like, wait, goal while you need it is like 200 people to put your name first. They could be there now. They know that they know what to do. So yeah, and it's funny because I've seen a number of them. They'll, they'll send them to me and then they'll say, See what you think. And if you can write something, it'd be great. And it's fascinating because a lot of, a lot of times they're better than most of the things that you're seeing. Mm hmm. Yeah. I love a good small time film. You know, sometimes it's sometimes those are the the best ones because it's it's under the radar. It catches you by surprise. You have no expectations. And it's just kind of fun to see. And we're getting some of the new series are coming back The morning show on Apple is right back with Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston. Another one that I did watch was The Changeling, and it's based on a novel by Victor Lovell or Victor LAVALLE, depending on how you pronounce it, who also does the narration for the film. And it's so bizarre because it goes back in time and forward in time and back way back in time. I mean, in the first episode, you must be in about six different time periods and it shows how maybe there was some kind of I don't know, black magic that was going on and it affected different generations. And what they what it turned out to be for these kids that are in today's world. Yeah. Fascinating. Lakeith Stanfield is in it and a good acting exercise. But I think it has far too much to try and unpack right away. Okay, We're coming up in in September. We're coming up also around that period where my three month free trial of Apple TV Plus is about to expire and I'm not. So we just watched Sidel go, which it was okay. And I know it's gotten some decent traction on like rotten tomatoes from critics and fans. It started out I thought it started out a little bit slow. It's your typical the story on that one is it's it's a you know, a post-apocalyptic kind of sci fi world. There's 10,000 people living underground in a silo and they are governed by the pact. And the pact is, you know, just their kind of their constitution, their law and order. But the society is broken down to you have this it branch that runs the computer systems and keeps things chugging along. That's run by Tim Robbins. You have a judicial branch which kind of enforce this some of the pact and, you know, make sure everybody is law abiding and common stars is one of the leaders of judicial who kind of, you know, runs a crew that it's almost like a military group. There's also the sheriff's office, which is more of a police type of thing, which is the main character, Julia Nichols. She she works like down below where where keeps the engines running, but kind of gets pushed into this situation where she's the next sheriff, because one of the things that happens is if you say you want to go outside the silo, it's irrevocable and you have to go out to clean off the little camera that shows the desolate world that has become And the it this isn't really much of a spoiler because it sets up the entire series. But the wife of the current sheriff goes outside to clean and then a year later, the sheriff himself goes outside to clean, but kind of picks Juliet Nickels to become the next sheriff. And, you know, so it's there is this mystery as to like whether what you see on that screen is actually what it's true to be. But then it's also in like a lot of these stories. Is Tim Robbins a good guy or is he a bad guy? Is common a good guy, or is he a bad guy or are they just put in such unusual circumstances that there's really no good or bad? Everybody is just kind of trying. They're trying to act within the best interests of the society that they're running. So it's it's not a bad series. I thought that the first few episodes were a little bit of a slog. It definitely picks up once you get through about three or four, it's ten episodes. A few familiar faces, obviously. As I said, Tim Robbins is in it, Carmen is in it. Ian Glen, He played for a moment on Game of Thrones. He plays the father of Sheriff Nichols, Julia Nichols, who's played by Rebecca Ferguson, and then one other person who's in it that a lot of folks have probably seen lately, Harriet Walter. She plays this woman who lives all the way at the bottom of society. But she was in succession as the mother of the three Roy siblings, younger Roy siblings. So it's a good one if you need something to watch, you know, we've been kind of like bouncing through things and slamming through things. So that and then of course, I've been now watching Asoka, which is back on, just made its debut, the latest Star Wars series. So do you find, though, that Apple has a lot of dark shows? They do, yeah. Yeah. It's like some executive must have had some midlife crisis or something and then is trying to explain all of it through these because they I honestly besides Ted Lasso and maybe the after party maybe the after party I'm hard pressed to think of comedies that they really embrace. The one with Harrison Ford or that was. Yeah, yeah, yeah. That's shrinking with Harrison Ford and Jason Segel. Yeah that's that one was good. My wife and I just we watch it right before Silo and really enjoyed it and kind of looking forward already this season to there's a few like that Yeah like these midlife crisis kind of concepts and I would like Snoopy I think is the only thing that's on there that is not really kind of dark underneath, right. Yeah. For all mankind. I don't know. I love Vermont for all mankind. There's the space to alternate history space show. But again, you're getting into a world they'll go to another world to, I think, try and make commentary about our world today. Right? Yeah. It's very sci fi driven. Yeah, a lot of sci fi. I don't know that I would see that as apples. Best calling card. Yeah, I'm. I'm like, really on the fence here because even with the morning show, I watch season one, I watched about half of season two and then kind of got sidetracked and then ended up canceling Apple TV Plus. So now I've got the decision is like, all right, am I going to go back and watch the next five episodes? And then I'll stick around and watch the third season? Or do or am I at the point now where do I just let the subscription run out? I cancel it, I wait six months or a year, get a new Mac, then. Yeah. And then just kind of like crush through that because I just feel like with Apple TV Plus it just does not have the programing yet. Still still like Hulu or Netflix, which those are those I can't cancel. There's just too much stuff that comes on them constantly. I think Apple put a lot of money in a few projects and it's big money. You know, it's this is not just anything but I, I don't know if I were to choose that that would be one of the first ones I would pick for my my extra channels. It's a good one too. You know, you get your, your whatever, a 30 day, 90 day freeze every time you buy an iPhone. So it's really that's what it's you get your free you get your free phone. Well, not a free phone. You pay for your phone. You get a little Apple TV plus on top of it. I mean, it's not expensive. It's it's like, what, six bucks a month? So it's it's one where if you let it go for a few months and you don't really watch it, you don't necessarily feel guilty about it. It's not like like Netflix is creeped up or HBO. Well, now it's Max. They've creeped up in the price where it's, you know, 16, 17 bucks a month. And you start to notice that one if you're not watching Apple TV Plus is still low enough where you're kind of like, wow, it's a $6. I'll get it. It's like that gym membership that, you know, that I never catch. You know, it's like, I guess 12. What about Disney Plus then? Are you sold on that one or is that on? Yeah, no. Well, that's with the kids and I've got the bundle. So it's like I don't I have Hulu, Disney Plus and ESPN plus bundled together which, which maybe if I was only doing one of them I would think twice like, all right, well maybe I'll drop this. But the bundle is it's pretty cheap so I'm not paying a whole lot for all three. So what what is the determiner then, for you to choose a a service, a streaming service? Is it a certain program that gets you in? Is it the price, Is it you know, the potential it has or where does this all land? Because how would you choose you in this day? You can't have it all. I'm sorry. No, you can't have it. I'm I. Yeah, I don't know. It's a good I think right now because of the kids I'm fine having Disney plus semi permanently You'll like it too because you get all that Star Wars stuff and you get all the Star Wars stuff. Right. But it's also, you know, when they like ESPN. Plus I get that bundled in. I don't remember the last time I turned it on, but because I get the Hulu and the Disney Plus packaged in there, I occasionally will put on ESPN plus, but not enough for me to I wouldn't I would definitely never subscribe to that one separately. You know, it's fascinating because you hear people complain about cable when cable keeps raising its prices and stuff, and I can't afford this. This is terrible. And yet they'll add on all these streaming services. And so what gives? And maybe that's the way it just all has to be. All is all a card. Yeah. Just things as you go along and maybe you just have a buy in for X number of weeks or months Yeah, I think at some point and I think it'll, it'll come a little bit more as the kids get older and we're, we're less attached to certain things. But I feel like I'm getting really close to the point where I don't have anything against Apple TV Plus because I do think it has some good programs. It's just not enough for me to commit 12 months out of the year. And I think we're getting to that point where I need one like $6 a month option. So I maybe going to do Apple TV Plus this month and then maybe next month I do peacock and then maybe the month after that I do Paramount Plus, is it hard to go there? Gym? Is it hard to get out of the that's that's where unlike cable, because cable's a nightmare like cable. You're on the phone for 45 minutes because I did it a year ago when I finally cut the cord. Right. And it just it takes forever. And it's it's a pain in the butt. But with all of these streaming services, you just log in online. You know, you got to make sure you get it at the right time because you don't get a refund of $3.18 because you only used it. Right. You know, 42% of of it for the month. So you got to jump before the month is up. Correct. So you like I go to my Google calendar, I put in a reminder like this is the day I got to go cancel Apple TV. Plus, I'll do it. You know, it'll it'll take me through the end of the month and I'll still have like three more days to watch it because I do it a few days in advance. And then the first of the month I'll subscribe to something else. And as long as you can commit to doing that, you can, you can manage them and you can opt in and out and it's pretty darn easy. And that's that's the advantage they have over cable, to be honest. It's not even it's almost the point where it's not the cost anymore. Because once although I'm saving a lot of money by not subscribing, I have YouTube TV for my my right were over the year. I figured it out one time like by by dumping the cable. I'm saving like 100 and something dollars a month. Which can I ask, how much do you spend in a month on services? And you have to factor in the costs for Internet. So between Internet, YouTube, TV and then the other streaming, it's somewhere between 160 and 200 a month. That's not too bad. No, not too bad. I was well over 200 well before I was. Yeah. And I thought, this is silly. I don't watch all these channels. And I it's just a matter of I, I'm too lazy to go and cancel things. Yeah. And when cable dropped my email and I no longer had email through my cable system, I thought, well, this is, this is the wakeup call I needed. And so then I would like you. I went to YouTube TV and I was very impressed with that. I find it kind of strange when you're watching a show where it kind of goes to your moment of Zen, where it's they're covering up an ad that isn't going to be shown on your thing. Right. But I'm fine with that. Yeah. And I do like I, I am now looking more for old content. I really want to see old content. Not because I am nostalgic because that's not me, but I want to see how good it was back then compared to what we have now, what the quality is, you know, and some of the writing was good, but a lot of the production was not as good. You know, you'll see an office or a living room or whatever, and it barely has furniture in it. And today everything is so overly designed and and done that I think it's made for these very high def TVs where you can look at every little aspect and realize that that ashtray is there for a purpose. You know? So it's fascinating, but I do think I spend too much money on it. But then that's my life. I mean, it's obviously for you as somebody who's who needs to be on top of things, having a little bit more than than somebody is fine. You know. But yeah, it's tough. Like, you know, when you're just trying to get through with your household and figure out, okay, you know, the wife watches this, the kids watch this, I watch this, what do we need? And, you know, honestly, I have I have not noticed missing very much since ditching traditional cable. There's a few things there's a few things here and there that I can't watch anymore. But honestly, it doesn't make much of a difference to me how how vigilant are you with your children? Do you say you only get one hour of television time at night? Do you really? Yeah. Really? Yeah. Yeah. And I grew up turning the TV on in the morning with the test pattern and turning off at night. When the test pattern came back on, that was how much TV I watched as a child. Oh, yeah? Yeah. No, the kids are. They're pretty good with it. I mean. Well, it's getting a little bit tougher now as they've gotten older. And there's other things like, okay, we're not watching TV, but I'm going to play my video game system and or, you know, so we try to limit the screen time. You know, we try to insist that they're reading X number, you know, 30 minutes a day of reading as opposed to something else. Do you think you are the exception and not the rule? Yeah, I'm watching a lot more than they are, that's for sure. Yeah, but, but, but it for them. Yeah. No, I mean, but we know we've, we talk, I mean some we know some parents they let their kids watch anything. There's another family that we know that they're pretty similar to us with how much TV they let their kids watch. And so it's just it's you know, there's no right or wrong here. You know, every every family has to make their own decisions. We just choose to limit it. And kids don't have TVs in their bedrooms. It's it's we have a TV in the living room. We have a TV in the family room. I have a TV in our bedroom. But we're we're trying to limit it so you know, it. It's weird because I don't a do you look at it at the ratings of anything before you like? Oh, yeah. You do. Okay. I do think that because television doesn't really have those standards anymore, or at least it's not as policed below as it was, that it's impossible now to say that kids are being influenced by books or whatever when it's a free for all on television. Yeah, you can say that. You know, all my kids are going into whatever because they've watched too much television or what. There's not enough policing on television itself to to kind of guide you through that. And I remember the times when there was family hour, the first hour, the broadcast night was family television. It should not have been anything that had any adult content. And I think parents were safe then just saying, oh, you can watch until 8:00 and then we're not watching TV. That's not the case now, because 7:00 shows can be very R-rated with us. We rely a little bit with like a common sense media where we will go to that website. It's I think it's pretty good. It'll give you some information of like, you know, kids say it's 12 plus, parents say it's ten plus, we say it's 12 plus. You know, it'll give you that kind of information and it'll also explain, like why the show? So this one has a little bit too much sex talk or this one talks about, sure, you know, alcohol or drugs or cigarets and it gives you some decent information. But you know what you mention, too, with you know, that our block of like these shows should be safe. Were they? Because I've gone back and seen, you know, like some some shows like we haven't let our kids watch Seinfeld and I mean, like Seinfeld was of like, well, that's that's not that's not adult time. But it is they're talking about sex and yeah, I worked it out tonight on NBC on Thursdays and come on that isn't appropriate for 12 year olds. That's not happy days. No, it's not. So you know, I know, like, you kind of think about it nostalgically and all that, but there's stuff today that if we had the shows that I grew up with today, we would not let the kids watch the ones that I was allowed to watch. Definitely not. Yeah, it's it's funny how in its day, something like Cinemax, you'd got all the dirty one. Cinemax. Yeah right. We knew right away. Yeah. That was the dirty one. And so if you were subscribing to that, good, like you're getting everything and everything, that's the bad one. But today it's everywhere. Yeah. I don't know that you can even, you know, there are some of those high end cable networks now though. I mean high end in terms of channel numbers where they've bleeped it or they've done, you know, they've done somehow, But it's still the concept, you know, there are dirty movies on those channels, too. They just haven't said two or three words out loud. Yeah, I think it's interesting it with HBO in particular, because I remember as a kid, like as a teenager, not not not as like an eight or nine year old, but as a teenager. If you stayed up just late enough on a Saturday night, you would catch something like their real sex show, right, where it would be, things like that, where it's very adult content. There was nudity and all that. And if you go to HBO now, they've really gone and scrubbed those things like you can't find real sex or what was the other one? It was like taxicab confessions. Oh, yeah. You know, they're kind of dirty, kind of raunchy. And I think HBO and I think that's part of the reason why they they rebranded HBO. Max is just Max, because they're trying to get away from that concept of HBO being very adult. Like it wasn't it was never quite Cinemax, you know, Cinemax because it never got there. But HBO, you knew that if you stayed up past 10:00 or 11:00 at night, you were going to see some stuff. So if you're, you know, a teenage boy like 15, 16 or whatever, and your parents didn't know you're staying up late to watch something until two in the morning. It was it was an interesting time to watch HBO. What was that? Bunny Ranch one where? Yeah, right. They went on to the one night at Las Vegas somewhere and then they would go out there and they'd be a bunch of prostitutes basically locking up. And then they pick one of them and and they show the encounter. Yeah, yeah. I mean, I don't think HBO does any of that kind of programing anymore. And I think and I think they've largely eliminated it from the archives. So you can't like if even if you subscribe to you know, where they have pretty much all their programing ever on like Macs. Now I don't think you can watch any of those because they've tried to really, you know, nothing more than R-rated. And we're going to we're going to tamp it down. So, yeah, it's fascinating how those things shift. And you look at something now on like The Bachelor, right? They're going in directions that I'd be really careful about letting my kids see. Yep. And I, I again, I'm not that person. I'm not one who's uptight about any of that stuff. But I do think that maybe there's a time for innocence and they need to have that, that I don't have to know something about this. And I think those kind of shows which are showing at 7:00 at night in my territory are a little too much right away after dinner. Yeah, absolutely. Well, how about this? We'll we'll kind of wrap up the show. Now, if you heard it, I got on a tangent. I did it. It's a digital picture missing. And then it went on to this. But no films on those streaming services. Absolutely. So. Well, how about we do this too? And we'll just open it up. And if we happen to get some feedback, we'll talk about it on the next episode. But you know, if you're a parent, you're listening to the show, give us some thoughts. Reach out and send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be a link in this episode, show notes as well. And just shoot a short line like, you know, where you watch the streaming gear, traditional cable. How often are you with the kids when it comes to what they're watching, things like that. And well, you know, we can pick up the discussion in the future. So I'm good. I'm that sounds great. That sounds like fun because I want to allow I mean, I, I watch everything. So there is no there is no barrier for me. But I do want to know if people do have those barriers and how they determine what they are. Perfect. All right. Well, on that note, we will let things go and we will be back again next week with another episode of Stream The Screen. Have a great one.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Extracto de "El tren expreso, canto tercero". La poesía de Ramón de Campoamor 🖤es la propia del realismo literario español. Está caracterizada por su prosaísmo, que rehúye conscientemente la belleza de toda idealización. Campoamor era consciente del carácter innovador de su poesía, ya que había proyectado un lenguaje poético que se enfrentase al de los herederos de Manuel José Quintana (heredero a su vez del dialecto poético clásico y al epíteto constante y platonizante de Fernando de Herrera) y al dialecto no menos artificial de los románticos. Anuncia un retorno al lenguaje llano y castizo que disipe la peste del epíteto y sirva de modelo a la prosa vivaz y natural de Juan de Mairena y el verso filosófico de Antonio Machado. Sin embargo, su falta de cuidado formal no ha resistido la prueba del tiempo, por lo que fue detestado por el Modernismo posterior a causa de su nulo esteticismo, y por la Generación del 98 por su carácter burgués y vulgar y su impronta decimonónica. En Poética expresó su concepto de la lírica en general: "La poesía es la representación rítmica de un pensamiento por medio de una imagen, y expresado en un lenguaje que no se puede decir en prosa ni con más naturalidad ni con menos palabras... Sólo el ritmo debe separar al lenguaje del verso del propio de la prosa... Siéndome antipático el arte por el arte y el dialecto especial del clasicismo, ha sido mi constante empeño el de llegar al arte por la idea y el de expresar ésta en el lenguaje común, revolucionando el fondo y la forma de la poesía". R.C. Voz: Camilo García- Gracias de nuevo por tu interpretación 👏👏👏👏 Actor y director de doblaje. El actor más prolífico de nuestro país con una considerable trayectoria a sus espaldas, la voz habitual del considerado el mejor actor francés de todos los tiempos Gérard Depardieu, del oscarizado Gene Hackman (a partir de 1989) y del británico Anthony Hopkins desde que le doblara en el clásico de 1991 - El silencio de los corderos. Ha doblado en más de 3000 películas y series para televisión. Últimos trabajos:🎬 Harrison Ford. El ascenso de Skywalker El padre, Anthony Hopkins (2020) Gérard Depardieu, Maigret (2022) El hijo, Antony Hopkins (2023) John Wick 4, Clancy Brown (2023) Harrison Ford, 1923. 1ªt. (2023) La voz de Logan Roy- Brian Cox en Succession 2019-2023 ¡¡SUMA Y SIGUE!! 🎧 Voz de Asimov en este Podcast: Puedes escuchar el audiolibro completo aquí: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/68011824 Producción: Historias para ser Leídas Puedes escuchar la dramatización de Cyrano aquí: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/110664633 (Interpretada por Camilo García y una servidora). Dramatización Miguel Hernández: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/113366786 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
For their 124rd episode, two dashing film critics, two non-veteran dads, and two honorable teachers, Will Johnson and Don Shanahan, begin to venture to some of the older and underseen films of Harrison Ford. They were inspired after spending in-person time together earlier this summer with "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny." Up first is 1979's romantic drama "Hanover Street" from director Peter Hyams. The movie attempted to make Ford a swoon-worthy romantic lead between the first two "Star Wars" movies when his charisma shot up like a rocket. The guys share their thoughts! Come for the shared challenge and stay for the mutual love and respect for the fun movies encapsulate. Enjoy our podcast!https://www.instagram.com/cinephilehissyfit/https://www.instagram.com/casablancadon/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CinephileFitwww.RuminationsRadioNetwork.comwww.instagram.com/RuminationsRadioNetworkTwitter: RuminationsRadioNetwork@RuminationsNProduction by Mitch Proctor for Area 42 Studios and SoundEpisode Artwork by Charles Langley for Area 42 Studios and Soundhttps://www.patreon.com/RuminationsRadiohttps://everymoviehasalesson.com/ ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This week on episode 195 of The Walt Vault, we are talking about the 1983 film Raiders of The Lost Ark aka Indiana Jones! We talk about young Harrison Ford, the cameos of future famous people, the ridiculousness of the end of the movie and much much more! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thewaltvault/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thewaltvault/support
In this episode of the IndyCast, Indy 5 gets a digital release, Chris A talks his UK red carpet experience, Ron Longo speaks with Katie Leigh, the voice of the Maharajah, Mitch returns with a Raider's Rant and much more!
Harrison Ford is back for one more? go as Indiana Jones. Your FYC hosts DIAL it it to talk all things Indy in this new episode of a classic hero. Is it your DESTINY to agree with our rating? Hope this review doesn't give you whiplash!
Matt's last 80s unseen film. Harrison Ford. Helen Mirren. River Phoenix. Daddy issues. Doug steps up in the church. Matt becomes an empty nester and tries not to sully a post office. Mental health. And stuff... --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mattanddoug/message
This week G-Baby and the Usual Suspect Steve welcome back special guest, Rob Zombie enthusiast and friend of the show, the Wintergreen Zebra himself, Hydraberg from A Cut Above: Horror Review to examine Ben Wheatley's hauntingly violent UK crime/thriller melange from 2011, Kill List. Join us as we discuss Trailer Swift, Hydra's deep lust for exposition - no kink shaming here, director Ben Wheatley's cult film leanings amidst this very cult-like film and finish off with a fun anecdote from Harrison Ford, another of the highly esteemed patron saints of the porpoise. The porpoises, midnight companions and keen observers, guide us through the depths of human depravity, exploring the thin line between hero and monster in this underseen gem. Let's wax this alchemical porpoise. https://linktr.ee/waxtheporpoise #wishtimroth #killlist #waxit #thecarpenters #waxit Huge thanks again to Hydraberg for joining us! Be sure to check out his show A Cut Above: Horror Review for all your horror needs wherever you get your podcasts. https://linktr.ee/ACutAboveHorrorReview Follow us on Twitter & instagram and leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, let us know how we're doing and thank you! Fun theory/interpretation of Kill List with good discussion: http://circleofquality.blogspot.com/2011/07/kill-list-behind-mask-massive-spoilers.html?m=1
We've crossed rivers, and we've climbed high mountains, just to bring you an all new Geek at Arms! James starts off Geek Out with how impressed he's been with the second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, and describes his new Instagram account, Diceknight edc, which combines his geeky hobbies along with pocket knives and more. Mike talks about listening to the audio book Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett and playing the digital version of the miniatures game Unmatched. Next, Bryan shares how much he's enjoyed the game Hardspace: Shipbreaker and streaming games on Twitch with a friend. Finally, in the second movie of their Western Film Club, the guys take a look at The Frisco Kid starring Gene Wilder and Harrison Ford!
We're celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of the seminal films of the 1970s. American Graffiti took audiences back to a more innocent era of malt shops and sock hops. Brandon is joined by Meghan Lowder-Paul and Jacqueline Keysear of "I Think You're Gonna Like This" to break down this ensemble dramedy. The hosts discuss the young cast of future stars including Richard Dreyfuss, Harrison Ford, Ron Howard and Mackenzie Phillips. We also track how American Graffiti helped to usher in the concept of nostalgia.
| Review | AppleTV+ continues to build up their growing catalog of uplifting dramadies with Shrinking, where Jason Segel plays a grieving therapist who throws caution to the wind and starts telling his clients what he really thinks. Hijinks ensue. Amd they got Harrison Ford in there too!
Comenzaremos la primera parte del programa hablando de los resultados de las elecciones presidenciales en Guatemala; y de la llegada a Bolivia de partes de un reactor nuclear provenientes de Rusia. Hablaremos también de un estudio sobre el Pleistoceno, que advierte sobre un posible futuro similar; y para finalizar, de una nueva especie de serpiente nombrada en honor a Harrison Ford. En nuestra sección Trending in Latin America hablaremos de los desafíos detrás de la creación del National Museum of the American Latino. Cerraremos la emisión hablando del Festival de Cine de Locarno, que tuvo una gran retrospectiva dedicada al cine mexicano. - Guatemala vota por el progresismo - Rusia y Bolivia afirman su amistad con llegada de reactor nuclear - Estudio sobre el Pleistoceno advierte sobre un futuro similar - Harrison Ford ya tiene una serpiente con su nombre - Los desafíos de construir un museo latino en Estados Unidos - Locarno celebra tres décadas fundamentales del cine mexicano
Director Andrew Davis is best known for his 1993 action-thriller “The Fugitive,” starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones. The Chicago-set film celebrates its 30th anniversary this month. And the film showcases a wide scope of early-'90s Chicago – from the realistic chaos of Cook County Hospital to a two-flat on 90th and Houston. A native Chicagoan, Davis says his local roots influenced his works, with other movies set in the city such as “Stony Island.” Reset talks with the director about the role Chicago plays in his work.
Opinions That Don't Matter podcast ep. 169 @Roxytheadventurer updates…Effort = Results. Kati feels motivated Mario Bros. noises Professional Hobby Horse Video - Is this a joke?https://www.instagram.com/reel/CvplNwzAVJy/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== Archeology news: Ancient Chinese Tomb may be booby trapped https://www.instagram.com/p/CvsdtrYpfQ0/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== King Tut may be Canadian American accents of yore George Peppard was dreamy! Harrison Ford & Buzz Aldrin People used to look older Discussing the Kardashians. What are SKIMS? Taylor Swift - “Swifterature” https://apple.news/Ac8boWhG7Q0epZdH2JooxoQ Science talk - Math is the language of nerds… Microscopes LETTERS My Spa Experience - Isabel A. Terrible Tans - Mary W. Putin playing hockey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgbI55HdqQs ***Support the OTDM Podcast by shopping with our affiliates**** INSTACART... Enjoy every moment of summer with free delivery on first 3 orders. Get cookout ingredients, picnic snacks, & more. Min $10+ req/order. Now - 9/10 https://instacart.pxf.io/c/2856585/1731530/7412 PURE SPECTRUM CBD... Sean finds PAIN RELIEF for his arthritis (hallux rigidus). Over the past year, the pain has become somewhat debilitating and in an effort to ease the pain, he is using CBD oil from Pure Spectrum. Sean's morning routine: I dropper of Pure Spectrum Black Label. Use the discount code OTDM for 15% Off All your CBD needs @ https://www.purespectrumcbd.com/ AMAZON... Do you buy stuff from Amazon? Visit Amazon through our link and any purchases you make (even if it's not in our store) will count towards the Podcast. How cool is that? Simply use Amazon how you normally would but go to it through our link... https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimorton CONNECT • Discord community https://discord.gg/4gPTrGBM9z • OTDM census form https://forms.gle/qFZM3ywPzrpKMkKfA • Email OTDMpod@gmail.com • Speakpipe 90 second voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/OTDM • Kati Morton TikTok @Katimorton Instagram @katimorton • Sean St. Louis TikTok @hatori_seanzo Instagram @seansaintlouis This description contains affiliate links, and we may be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/otdm/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/otdm/support
ELITE 8 through CHAMPIONSHIP! For weeks, we have debated what is the best summer blockbuster of all time. We took the highest grossing *summer* movie of every year from 1980-2019 (plus Jaws and Star Wars), and we had them battle to the death until only one remains! Damn! We re-watched over 40 movies. We gave them all consideration. We debated historical and cultural importance, what was the better "movie", what made the most money, and we set up dozens of head-to-head battles that all come down to this episode. Which will stand victorious?? Please like and subscribe to keep up with our bracket!*** Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. 0:00 Intro/Grips; 4:22 ELITE 8; 50:51 CHAMPIONSHIP; 1:03:16 Whatchu Been Watching? Cast/Crew: Jaws, Steven Spielberg, John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Heath Ledger, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carey Fisher, Alec Guinness, Robert Shaw, James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Conner, Elton John, Tim Rice, Will Smith, Roland Emmerich, George Lucas. Additional Tags: Disney, Pixar, WB, DCEU, DC, Iron Man, Batman Begins, Quantum of Solace, Disney, Warner Bros, Chinatown, Australia, Melbourne, Queensland, The Philippines, Writer's Strike, WGA, Adelaide, Spotify, residuals, Apple+, Apple TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, TikTok, Twitch, Concord, NC, New Jersey, Method Acting, Jeremy Strong, Brando, Pacino, Dustin Hoffman, Summer Movies, Star Wars, E.T., Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Return of the Jedi, The Empire Strikes Back, ILM,
Welcome along to your weekly trip around the solar system! Dr Lisa Yon from the University of Nottingham is telling us all about a brand new app being used by elephant enclosures to help their keepers understand how they're feeling and what their health is like. Broken trunk? There's an app for that! In science news, Harrison Ford has yet ANOTHER animal named after him! First an ant and then a snake, Harrison is now the namesake of a new species of snake in Peru. We also set out to answer some of your questions, like why are yawns contagious? You better not be yawning listening to this! Join Fun Kids Podcasts+: https://funkidslive.com/plusSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A new Illinois law makes sure children ultimately get paid for monetized social media content. Plus: Blue Shield's big decision, Instacart karma, and Harrison Ford's new snake. Join our hosts Juliet Bennett Rylah and Ben Berkley as they take you through our most interesting stories of the day. Follow us on social media: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thdspod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thdspod/ Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/email/ Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). “The Hustle Daily Show” is a HubSpot Original Podcast // Brought to you by The HubSpot Podcast Network // Produced by Darren Clarke.
Not the most acclaimed film of ‘93, but maybe the most surprisingly acclaimed. Josh and guest Michael Phillips on the lasting appeal of Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones, and one of the great Chicago-set movies. And from the archive, the Top 5 Movies of 1993, recorded in 2013. -Review: “The Fugitive” at 30 (03:02) -Next Week / Notes (28:55) -Polls (31:45) -Top 5 of 1993 (40:47) (Times may not be precise with ads) Promo: Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to https://nordvpn.com/filmspotting to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + a Bonus Gift! Notes/Links: Michael Phillips interviews “Fugitive” director Andrew Davis Rolling Stone's Oral History of “The Fugitive” Feedback: Email us at email@example.com. Ask Us Anything and we might answer your question in bonus content. Support us: -Join the Filmspotting Family for bonus episodes and complete archive access. http://filmspottingfamily.com -T-shirts (and more) on sale at the Filmspotting Shop. https://filmspotting.net/shop Contact us: https://letterboxd.com/filmspotting @filmspotting on Threads https://twitter.com/filmspotting https://facebook.com/filmspotting https://letterboxd.com/larsenonfilm @larsenonfilm on Threads https://twitter.com/larsenonfilm https://facebook.com/larsenonfilm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones gave us a couple of awesome performances 30 years ago in The Fugitive. This has been a favorite of Rob's since he was a kid and we thought we should bring back Timmy St.Sauver, who's been Rob's buddy since Kindergarten. Timmy always has some hot takes and it was a blast breaking down this film we know so well.Enjoy!1:50 Oppenheimer6:33 Jury Duty (Prime)9:15 Turning Red (Disney+)10:33 Plugarooni's 11:00 patreon.com/theavidindoorsmen12:45 Timmy St.Sauver13:54 Plot Synopsis14:30 Rotten Tomatoes15:03 Buegs' Hot Take17:42 Rob's Hot Take21:45 Timmy's Hot Take24:21 The Dude28:11 The Tucci Award34:51 The Dingus44:08 Show Me The Money52:48 Buegs Boo Hoo Moments55:00 Movie Trivia1:09:27 Starting 51:30:55 Top 5 Movies Based Off Of TV Shows
In this edition of Trendard Bernstein, Jack and Miles discuss the trailer for the new film 'Maestro', Hurricane Hilary striking the west coast, a new species of snake (named after Harrison Ford), a Trumpdictment update, a Barbie box office update, and the Sound of Freedom's director denying promoting the Qanon Movement!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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It's National Tell a Joke Day, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are putting their beach house on Airbnb, Kaley Cuoco says she has carpal tunnel from holding her baby, Harrison Ford has a snake species named after him, Tan Mom is back in the news, LOL is now cringe, greeting your neighbor can increase your feeling of well being, a new poll on if people ever lied about their height, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Aug. 4-10: The last action rocket, Fry sells his soul to the Robot Devil, heavy metal murder, a Black superhero hit by a meteor, Deadpool spins off, too many TV adaptations, no one calls it The OC, Dane Cook flies, Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston's road trip, a zom rom com, and magic gets gathered. All that and more this week 30, 20 and 10 years ago!
Did you know the man behind Pee Wee Herman, Paul Reubens, was also known for a few STAR WARS contributions? We pay tribute to Pee Wee and look back at his greatest STAR WARS moments while looking ahead to AHSOKA. Will Thrawn be the main antagonist? What's up with Ezra? Who is the mysterious Inquisitor Marrok? We discuss! The highly anticipated STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL documentary “A Disturbance in the Force '' is on the way! Director Steven Kozak joins us with an update on the doc and his companion book coming this fall. Hear juicy behind-the-scenes stories about Harrison Ford's make-out skills, Peter Mayhew's small car, David Prowse's acting chops and Jefferson Starship's very un-Jedi wardrobe. Plus, surprise updates on Donald Glover's LANDO series, Temeura Morrison's KENOBI clone trooper, and John Boyega rates The Sequel Trilogy. And, we giveaway a rare Boba Fett poster signed by Daniel Logan!