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    Kill James Bond!
    S2E6: Air Force One

    Kill James Bond!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 88:56 Very Popular


    We're just not quite ready to let Harrison Ford go yet, so we move seamlessly from Clear and Present Danger to Air Force One, a roughly contemporaneous movie that could fit very neatly into the Jack Ryan universe, as canonically Jack does become President of the United States, in part for his actions during Clear and Present Danger. I hate knowing so much about these fuckin films. A barely-concealed reaction to the Yugoslavian War, and in particular the Bosnian Genocide, this movie shows the president making a speech in which he promises the US will involve itself at the first sign of humanitarian crisis, rather than waiting for international consensus. This prompts a group of communist revanchists (Led by Gary Oldman) to invade and take control of Air Force One, the president's private plane. Find bonus episodes at our reasonably-priced patreon! https://www.patreon.com/killjamesbond   *WEB DESIGN ALERT*  Tom Allen is a friend of the show (and the designer behind our website). If you need web design help, reach out to him here:  https://www.tomallen.media/   Find us at https://killjamesbond.com and https://twitter.com/killjamesbond

    Trash, Art, And The Movies
    TAATM #375: The Fugitive vs. The Wrong Guy

    Trash, Art, And The Movies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 98:16


    Erin and Paul review two films about desperate men on the run from the law: the 1993 Harrison Ford blockbuster THE FUGITIVE, and the 1997 Canadian cult comedy THE WRONG GUY, starring Dave Foley. Plus: our quick takes on FLUX GOURMET, NOPE, KIDS IN THE HALL: COMEDY PUNKS, LUCK, RESURRECTION, and BEYOND THE INFINITE TWO MINUTES.

    Classic Movie Reviews
    Episode 215 - Secret of the Incas & Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Classic Movie Reviews

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 47:14


    “Secret of the Incas” 1954 an adventure film that influences“Indiana Jonas and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” 1981. In “Secret of the Incas” Charlton Heston as Harry Steele has a hat, coat, and other things similar to those of Indiana Jones played by Harrison Ford in “Raiders of the Lost Ark”. Moreover, Harry uses a shaft of light in the tomb as does Indiana in the Map Room at the Nazi dig site.Nicole Maurey as Elena Antonescu and Thomas Mitchell as Ed Morgan add to the action in Peru. Meanwhile Indiana travels the world in search of the Ark. His adventures also include Marion Ravenwood a former lover played by Karen Allen and a host of heroes to ne'er-do-wells. Enjoy the action.We recorded this in 2021, the 40th anniversary of Raiders Of The Lost Arc Here's the IMDB page for “Secret Of The Incas” and “Raiders”Check us out on Patreon at www.patreon.com/classicmoviereviews for even more content and bonus shows.

    The IndyCast: Indiana Jones News and Commentary
    IndyCast Special: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Commentary

    The IndyCast: Indiana Jones News and Commentary

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


    The IndyCast's Joe Stuber and Keith Voss are joined by The Magic of John William's Laird Malamed and Ron Longo with a full length movie commentary for Indy's third adventure. So keep up with the Joneses as they discuss trivia, anecdotes and lots more!

    Dragon at the Movies
    Episode 103 - Blade

    Dragon at the Movies

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 94:27


    Dragon on The Couch: The Dragon watched Men (Rent), Alex Garland's latest film. The Dragon liked the body horror elements but felt like the narrative was lacking. Next, she watched The Shining: Forwards and Backwards (Theaters). She enjoyed the experience but felt the first 10 minutes were jarring. Next, she watched Claydream (Theatres), a documentary about Will Vinton. She thought it was very interesting especially if you are into that kind of art. The Dragon went to Joe Bob corner and watched Nosferatu The Vampyre (Shudder), a remake of the silent film. She found it entertaining and enjoyed it overall. Finally, she started the show Players (Paramount +). She feels it is a clever e-sports satire of The Last Dance.   Berto on the Bed: Berto watched Guardians of The Galaxy (Disney+), and Guardians of The Galaxy Part 2 (Disney +). He thought they were both still very good, especially when paired together. Berto next watched Mother! (Prime). He thought it was great if you go in understanding that it's a retelling of the Bible, and the last 30 minutes are amazing to watch. Next, he watched The Bourne Supremacy (HBO). He found it to be a good spy action film. Berto also watched The Fugitive (HBO). He was reminded how great Tommy Lee Jones and Harrison Ford are as actors, and thought the film was a good thriller. Next, Berto watched Last Shift (Prime), it was a passable supernatural horror film. Finally for Joe Bob Corner, Berto watched Mayhem (Shudder). He thought it was a great premise with a great 1st act, but found the rest of the film to be lackluster and boring.   Dragon at the Movies: This week's deep dive is the 1998 action film Blade, currently streaming on HBO Max.

    Bald Move TV
    Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

    Bald Move TV

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 90:49 Very Popular


    Take a walk on the adventurous side as we revisit a staple of classic pulp movies. The dialogue crackles, the visuals stun, and Harrison Ford creates an icon of 20th century cinema. We have the behind-the-scenes of stunts and the story of Lucas and Spielberg's fateful Hawaii trip. From the rolling boulder to the Ark wiping out the Third Reich, it's a rip roaring time of good writing, great acting, and a score that soars.  Thank you to Bill Dodd for commissioning this episode!  Hey there! Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Movigilantes
    That's No Moonvigilantes Episode 3: Episode 6 (Return of the Jedi, 1983)

    Movigilantes

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 89:50


    Was mal der Abschluss der Saga war, ist der Abschluss unseres dennislosen Exkurses. Heute kehren die Jedi-Ritter zurück, nächste Wcohe tut es ihnen Dennis nach. Aber keine Sorge, Folgen zu anderen Lucasfilm-Blockbustern werden früher oder später folgen. Heute aber erst mal wissenswertes zu Jabba, Boosh, Palpatine, Ewoks und mehr.

    LENS ME YOUR EARS
    We Have Ways of Making You Listen: WWII Thrillers

    LENS ME YOUR EARS

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 56:09


    Wow, the big 150! For LMYE 150, Carsten & Stephen delve into the world of intrigue behind the battlefields of the Second World War, starting with the new feature Operation Mincemeat, about a real operation meant to fool the Germans about British invasion plans, and the heavily fictionalized thriller Enigma, about the capture and decryption of the mysterious Enigma coding machine at Bletchley Park. Then we look at thrillers made during the war itself, Contraband and Went the Day Well? and '70s dramas The Eagle Has Landed and Hanover Street, which stars Harrison Ford as a dashing, wisecracking pilot. I think he can pull that off. Follow us on twitter: @Lensmeyourears and like us on Facebook! Stephen's twitter:@NS_scooke Carsten's twitter: @FlawInTheIris

    DaddyLand
    India Jones

    DaddyLand

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 94:54


    Honorary mayor Ryann Hoffmann returns to the show! We discuss Bollywood cinema, Harrison Ford and poop stories.

    The Nick D Podcast on Radio Misfits
    Nick D – PJ Soles!!

    The Nick D Podcast on Radio Misfits

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 94:15


    Nick is joined by legendary actress PJ Soles to talk about her roles in films like "Halloween," "Carrie," Rock n Roll High School" and "Stripes." She also tells us stories about Nicolas Cage and a shrunken head, Bill Murray being grumpy, the night she played footsies with Harrison Ford, and much more. Then Esmeralda Leon and Nick talk about terrible TV shows, and why all TV shows from Canada are just weird. [EP58]

    Teach These Devils
    Harrison Ford The Joe Biden Of The Stars

    Teach These Devils

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 56:44


    Gang is all here! The doomsday clock is at 11:30.

    The Next Reel Film Podcast Master Feed
    The Next Reel Film Podcast Star Wars

    The Next Reel Film Podcast Master Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 111:00


    Star Wars – The Start of Something Big For our twelfth season, we're looking at franchises and series of films that for one reason or another, we just haven't gotten around to yet. To start things off, we look at the original Star Wars trilogy. Join us – Pete Wright and Andy Nelson – as we start this series with George Lucas' 1977 classic Star Wars. What hasn't been said by this point about Star Wars? It's a big question – what do we talk about in a film that seemingly everyone's already talked about? For starters, we chat about our first experiences with this film and how it shaped our youths. We also discuss the Harmy Despecialized edition, as those are the versions we're looking at for this series. What changes has Lucas made to the film over the decades, why, and do they change our approach to the film? There have also been spinoffs of so many types over the years. How does this film change with projects like Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Obi-Wan Kenobi? Does it make certain lines of dialogue in this film not work as well? Or are we able to look past that? And how do we define what's canon? The cast is iconic by this point. Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, Sir Alec Guinness, Peter Cushing, Anthony Daniels, Kenny Baker, Peter Mayhew, David Prowse, James Earl Jones. They all are as much a part of this film and this franchise as it's a part of them. That holds true for the technical teams as well. Effects, sounds, costume, production design, score – it's all a core piece of what this film is. And of course it all comes back to George Lucas and this journey he created based on the Hero's Journey. We have a wide-ranging conversation about the film but it warrants it, so revisit this great film then tune in for a great episode. The Next Reel – when the movie ends, our conversation begins! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on [The Next Reel's Discord channel][discord]! Film Sundries Learn more about supporting The Next Reel Film Podcast through your own membership. Watch this on [Apple][apple] or [Amazon][amazon], or find other places at [JustWatch][justwatch] [Script Transcript][script] [Theatrical trailer][trailer] [Poster artwork][pinterest] [Flickchart][flickchart] [Letterboxd][letterboxd] SNL Star Wars Lounge Singer Star Wars/Cantina Disco Harmy's Despecialized Edition [script]:https://maddogmovies.com/almost/scripts/starwars_fourth3_76.pdf [trailer]:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHk5kCIiGoM [pinterest]:https://www.pinterest.com/thenextreel/the-next-reels-poster-collection/ [flickchart]:https://www.flickchart.com/movie/A898B2411B [letterboxd]:https://letterboxd.com/film/star-wars/ [justwatch]:https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/star-wars-episode-iv-a-new-hope [discord]:https://discord.gg/yW72E6M [apple]:https://tv.apple.com/us/movie/star-wars-a-new-hope/umc.cmc.2o65qvudvwq1l1rqjlbyfszwn?playableId=tvs.sbd.9001%3A978943481 [amazon]:https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/0IE43SG8P6JXCFIMECRZKH1EUY/

    The Next Reel by The Next Reel Film Podcasts

    Star Wars – The Start of Something Big For our twelfth season, we're looking at franchises and series of films that for one reason or another, we just haven't gotten around to yet. To start things off, we look at the original Star Wars trilogy. Join us – Pete Wright and Andy Nelson – as we start this series with George Lucas' 1977 classic Star Wars. What hasn't been said by this point about Star Wars? It's a big question – what do we talk about in a film that seemingly everyone's already talked about? For starters, we chat about our first experiences with this film and how it shaped our youths. We also discuss the Harmy Despecialized edition, as those are the versions we're looking at for this series. What changes has Lucas made to the film over the decades, why, and do they change our approach to the film? There have also been spinoffs of so many types over the years. How does this film change with projects like Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Obi-Wan Kenobi? Does it make certain lines of dialogue in this film not work as well? Or are we able to look past that? And how do we define what's canon? The cast is iconic by this point. Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, Sir Alec Guinness, Peter Cushing, Anthony Daniels, Kenny Baker, Peter Mayhew, David Prowse, James Earl Jones. They all are as much a part of this film and this franchise as it's a part of them. That holds true for the technical teams as well. Effects, sounds, costume, production design, score – it's all a core piece of what this film is. And of course it all comes back to George Lucas and this journey he created based on the Hero's Journey. We have a wide-ranging conversation about the film but it warrants it, so revisit this great film then tune in for a great episode. The Next Reel – when the movie ends, our conversation begins! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on [The Next Reel's Discord channel][discord]! Film Sundries Learn more about supporting The Next Reel Film Podcast through your own membership. Watch this on [Apple][apple] or [Amazon][amazon], or find other places at [JustWatch][justwatch] [Script Transcript][script] [Theatrical trailer][trailer] [Poster artwork][pinterest] [Flickchart][flickchart] [Letterboxd][letterboxd] SNL Star Wars Lounge Singer Star Wars/Cantina Disco Harmy's Despecialized Edition [script]:https://maddogmovies.com/almost/scripts/starwars_fourth3_76.pdf [trailer]:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHk5kCIiGoM [pinterest]:https://www.pinterest.com/thenextreel/the-next-reels-poster-collection/ [flickchart]:https://www.flickchart.com/movie/A898B2411B [letterboxd]:https://letterboxd.com/film/star-wars/ [justwatch]:https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/star-wars-episode-iv-a-new-hope [discord]:https://discord.gg/yW72E6M [apple]:https://tv.apple.com/us/movie/star-wars-a-new-hope/umc.cmc.2o65qvudvwq1l1rqjlbyfszwn?playableId=tvs.sbd.9001%3A978943481 [amazon]:https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/0IE43SG8P6JXCFIMECRZKH1EUY/

    Subtitles On
    Episode 59 - Blade Runner

    Subtitles On

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 70:22


    In this episode, Ryan and Erik go back in time to a futuristic 2019 to hunt down some replicants with Harrison Ford in Ridley Scott's sci-fi hit, Blade Runner. Then, Erik gives Ryan the Voight-Kampff test. Also, Ryan shoots Erik in the middle of the Voight-Kampff test.Email questions, suggestions, or corrections to us at turnthesubtitleson@gmail.com.You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for information on upcoming episodes and behind the podcast nuggets.

    A Quality Interruption
    #350 William Gibson's BLADE RUNNER: THE FINAL CUT (1982)

    A Quality Interruption

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 97:57


    EPISODE #350-- For this most hallowed of three-hundred-fiftieth episode we tackle the influntial cult class, BLADE RUNNER from 1982. Directed by Sir Ridley Scott and staring Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. It's a great one. We also talk about HOUSE OF BAMBOO (1955), FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX (1965), and SHAFT (1971). Nice little spread there, right? Donate to the cause at Patreon.com/Quality. Follow the show on Twitter @AQualityInterruption, and James on Twitter @kislingtwits and on Instagram @kislingwhatsit. You can watch Cruz and show favorite Alexis Simpson on You Tube in "They Live Together." Thanks to our artists Julius Tanag (http://www.juliustanag.com) and Sef Joosten (http://spexdoodles.tumblr.com). The theme music is "Eine Kleine Sheissemusik" by Drew Alexander. Listen to DRACULA: A RADIO PLAY on Apple Podcasts, at dracularadio.podbean.com, and at the Long Beach Playhouse at https://lbplayhouse.org/show/dracula And, as always, please leave us a review on iTunes or whatever podcatcher you listened to us on!

    A Movie Odyssey
    The Mosquito Coast (1986) with Gus Trauth and Adam Lukas

    A Movie Odyssey

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 53:42


    Gus and Adam break down one of Harrison Ford's lesser known films, the thoughtful family drama directed by Peter Weir. email us: amovieodyssey.podcast@gmail.com

    Life Through the Big Screen
    The MPAA is Useless

    Life Through the Big Screen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 40:53


    Please note that I there may be some adult content in this episode as I discuss different reasons for film ratings. The second half of this episode is purely subjective -- I fully expect my listeners to have differing opinions, and that's okay. These are just the guidelines I go by when choosing to show my kids certain movies. Welcome to season 4 of Life Through the Big Screen. Typically I've been keeping my seasons six episodes long, so being 4 seasons in isn't as impressive as it sounds. I do think that I'm going to start expanding the length of episodes per season eventually. I just love creating new introductions - and speaking of, which one has been your favorite so far? Give me some feedback. A little update about my personal life, because I let you in on it on my last solo episode: my open heart surgery is no longer scheduled for late in July - it's been pushed back to September or October. I'm not thrilled that it might overlap with the holidays - but it is what it is. It was pushed back because there's fluid in my lungs from possible COVID that needs to completely clear out before they cut me open. So I do appreciate that the doctors are taking extreme precautions. I also got a job! It's my dream job of marketing and content creation. It's for a super cool retirement firm who seems to always want to be on the cutting edge of unique ideas and new ways of reaching their target demographics. I start a week from the time of this recording. And if Zach, Dylan, and Larin are listening to this, my highest gratitude goes out to you for taking a chance on me.And thank you, listeners for continuing to take a chance on this podcast. I know your time is valuable and you dozens of other podcasts you could be listening to right now, so I am honored that your spending your time with me. I do my best with the tools I have available to bring you the best quality podcast I can. And with time I hope to continue to get better. I'm also open to hearing your feedback and any suggestions you may have, so feel free to email me at author.andrewtoy@gmail.com or leave a comment in Apple podcasts. As you know, I open up each season with me gabbing about a particular topic that I feel I want to discuss for a little bit. As you know my kids are seven and eight at the time of this recording and that means that they're becoming of age to start watching more movies that fall outside of the Disney catalogue. This also means that my wife and I can find more common ground on what we can show the kids - or at least that it's easier for her to allow more space for me to show them what I think might be appropriate, because they're no longer tiny children. They're growing kids, who, as long as they know what's on screen is fabricated with great skill and masterful imagery and film magic, they can take in what I allow to be placed in front of them. They know too that movies are meant to be vessels of enjoyment and pleasure. And Sarabeth knows that movies are my best way of connecting to the kids. The same way that Tim Taylor was obsessed with his tools and wanted to pass that love on to his boys, that's how I am with movies and my kids. It's also fun debating with them, for instance, which of the Star Wars movies are superior. My daughter claims that Kylo Ren is a great villain, but I get a little overzealous when I try to explain to her how he started off as a great character, but went downhill quickly as Disney executives started listening to the angry mobs rather than focusing on telling a great story, thus his character was ruined for time immortal. I'm looking at YOU Kathleen Kennedy and Ryan Johnson, and whosever idea it was to make Ray-lo a disgusting reality. But I do thank you on behalf of my daughter. Yesterday my son said that The Empire Strikes Back is his least favorite Star Wars movie. When I pressed him, he said it was because Yoda was boring. I'll be interested to see if and when his opinion changes on that. So what is the MPAA? You'll know it as soon as I say one color: Green. That's right, when you go the theater and that green screen with a bunch of random words nobody has ever read pops up on the screen - and if you were cool like me, you yelled "Green!" when you were in high school. The words state that the following preview - or trailer - has been approved for all audiences by the Motion Picture Association of America. The MPAA. These are the people who have been telling parents which movies they can or cannot take their kids to see. You already know by the title of my episode that I'm not going to speak very favorably about the MPAA, and I'll explain why they're full of crap, and always have been. But first, a little history on the MPAA. According to motionpicture.org, the MPAA was, and I quote: "Established in 1968, the film rating system provides parents with the information needed to determine if a film is appropriate for their children." This sounds like it had good intentions. "Ratings are determined by the Classification and Ratings Administration (CARA), via a board comprised of an independent group of parents."Before I read a little about the history of the MPAA, I'm going to breeze through a quick refresher course of what the individual rating are today: If a film is rated G, that means it's approved for general, or all, audiences: Nothing that would offend parents for viewing by children.A PG rated film stands for Parental Guidance. Where parents are "urged to give “parental guidance.” May contain some material parents might not like for their young children." A PG-13 film is not only the most common film rating, but it's also the newest. This means that parents are strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13, so parents are urged to be cautious. An R-rated film means "Restricted." This type of film contains some adult material. Parents are urged to learn more about the film before taking their young children with them. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. And finally NC-17 means that no one under 17 is admitted. I can't recall a mainstream film being given this rating and being shown in a local movie theater. So we're not going to touch on this one for the purposes of this podcast.Now MotionPictures.org makes this beginning part sound much moralistic than it really is, and for a good video on what went on to REALLY inspire the formation of the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America (MPPDA), check out a video called The History of Hollywood Censorship and the Rating System by Filmmaker IQ. I'll put a link to that down in the show notes. But this organization was formed in 1922, basically to protect the rights of corrupt elitists in Hollywood. In 1945, the organization changes its name to what we now know it today as the MPAA. In 1968, the film industry sought artistic freedoms and the removal of strict limits on certain content. The result? The MPAA created the film rating system (G, PG, PG-13, R) we use today. I got a little curious about the rating system, so I looked up some interesting stats. I looked up the most inappropriate G-rated movies. Screencrush gave me a list of 15 suggestions. I'm going to list just 10 of them. 2001 A Space Odyssey - I haven't seen this movie yet, so no comment. But according to the description it has some pretty violent deaths it it. And 3. 1968's Planet of the Apes, and 1970's Beneath the Planet of the Apes. These I haven't seen, either but apparently Charlton Heston gets shot in the throat and bleeds to death, Tarrantino-style, and entire planets of people die. Sarabeth cannot stand blood, but these movies did not traumatize her as a child, so I'm sure it's fine for kids today. 4.   Dracula has Risen From His Grave (1968). I promise you I've watched movies before, but I also have not seen this. Maybe I just tend to stay away from G-rated movies as a rule. But I'd think any Dracula film rated G is a little suspect, unless it's those Adam Sandler cartoons. 5. Romeo and Juliet from 1968 is also rated G. Not sure I'd care to watch a G-rated version of this story - and yes, that was my adolescent self talking. 6. The Andromeda Strain (1971) - Didn't see this either, but I read the book. The book was bull crap with 0 suspense. Can't imagine the movie being any different. 7. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971). Sure it was a little unsettling when Violett turned into the blueberry, but I don't think this film is outside the range of being G-rated. My kids like it. 8. Gone with the Wind - I can get on board this one not being G-rated. This is a dark, dark movie, filled with corpses, attempted abortion, child death, racism, a lot of traumatizing stuff here. Still one of the greatest films ever made, to be clear. 9. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - I'm in the middle of reviewing this for an episode. So far, nothing very unsettling. 10. Old Yeller. I mean, it gets pretty freaky when they show Old Yeller baring his teeth like he's about to rip Travis' throat out. Moving along with the stats: There used to not be a PG option. The rating system actually began with four categories: G, M (for Mature audiences, which changed in 1969 to PG), R, and X. I couldn't find the first PG movie, but the first Disney-released PG movie was the Black Hole, which came out in 1970. Most people know this, but I'll talk about the history of the PG-13 rating briefly here. This is the newest on the rating system, even though it's the most populated. In 1984, parents were outraged at the PG rating of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (remember, at that time it went from PG to R). And I believe Gremlins was also part of the outrage as it was PG as well, as a little holiday horror classic with bloodthirsty puppets ravaging the small town of Kingston Falls. (But I think the most traumatizing part of that movie is when Phoebe Cates talks about her dad suffering and dying in the chimney that might have justifiably resulted in the PG-13 rating.) So after the outrage from parents, the PG-13 rating was invented and thus Red Dawn, starring Patrick Swayze, was the first to earn the most popular rating in the system. A movie called Greetings, which was released in 1968, was the first film to earn the R-rating. The Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, held the record for the number of the uses of the F-word at a count of 569. It has been beat by two other films since then, but neither are R-rated. And finally, here is the list of the top 10 highest grossing R-rated films of all time as of July 2022: Number 10, is Fifty Shades of Grey, followed by The Hangover 2 (bad start). Then we get into better territory with The Passion of the Christ at number 8 and Logan at number 7. Number 6 is Defective Chinatown 3, whatever that is. Number 5 is appropriately It from 2017. Number 4, The Matrix Reloaded, sure whatever. And the top 3 are appropriately Deadpool raking in $78.6 million, followed by the superior Deadpool 2 at just about the same amount of earnings at just a few million more. And the highest grossing R-rated movie is also the only R-rated film that has earned its spot in the billion-dollar movie club, Joker, at just over a billion dollars. When we come back I'm going to talk about how to break movies down when deciding what to show my kids. *Commercial Break*One thing the MPAA has improved on is that now they'll actually list the reasons a film is rated what it is. That wasn't always the case. Our poor parents would take us to Blockbuster and see that Mr. & Mrs. Smith, for instance, was rated PG-13, but it wouldn't state why. Was it sequences for action/violence? Sensuality? Sexual references? So you see, the rating, without the reasoning, is pretty useless. Take for example The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Twister, two PG-13 movies that came out within a year of each other. Both have the same ratings, but for very different reasons and to extremely differing degrees. If you're the kind of parent who doesn't want their kids seeing people die on screen, The Lost World: Jurassic Park won't be the movie to watch with your kids. Peter Stormare gets savagely attacked by the compys, Arliss Howard gets toyed and played with by a baby T-rex before he's eaten by it and the mommy T-rex. My favorite character in the movie, played by Richard Schiff gets the worst death in the Jurassic Park trilogy when the two T-rexes flip him in the air and rip his body apart. Not to mention several deaths of people in the camp and in the *sigh* San Diego scene. It also has more blood than the first movie, but it's not nearly as scary. Twister, by contrast, has an unusually low body count, especially for a disaster film. Helen Hunt's dad dies his needless death in the movie's opening, and no one else dies except for Cary Elwes much later in the film, and it's sort of off-screen. Those are the only two deaths in the entire movie -- everyone else lives happily ever after, and completely bloodless. Yet, despite the high body count and flowing blood, I'll show The Lost World: Jurassic Park to my kids before I show them Twister. Why? Because Twister, as silly of a movie as it is (though don't knock it too hard, because it's my favorite natural disaster movie), is based off of real-life threats. Living in the mid-west, or south, we get tornado warnings pretty regularly. When I showed my kids the original Jurassic Park, they didn't go to bed afraid that they'd be attacked by dinosaurs. Real life disasters, however, might have a different affect on them. I could be wrong, but I know from experience when my parents had me watch Unsolved Mysteries or Eyewitness News, I sometimes had a hard time going to sleep because I knew the things were credible, though distant. Now let's compare a couple of R-rated movies to some PG-13 ones and I want you to tell me which one you'd rather have your young kids watch with you. Would you rather watch Swimfan with your kids, or Mel Gibson's The Patriot? If you said The Patriot, that's R-rated for "strong war violence." But that strong war violence is momentary and brief. But Swimfan is PG-13 for mature thematic elements, sexual content, disturbing images, and language. Would you feel more comfortable showing The King's Speech to your kids, or The Dark Knight? Can you believe that The King's Speech is the R-rated one, and The Dark Knight is deemed appropriate for children as young as 13? The King's Speech has a few F-words, which is always meant for humor. My kids have heard Sarabeth and I use much harsher language. But for those of you who've seen The Dark Knight, you'd agree that that movie could be scarring for young audiences. And the MPAA reasoning is only half-truthful. It reads that the Dark Knight is PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and some menace, but it makes no mention at all of terrifying imagery. I'm sorry, but Two Face is much scarier than any monster I've seen depicted in an R-rated film. Let's do one more comparison, shall we? Would you rather show your kids the PG-rated Poltergeist, or the R-rated Planes, Trains, & Automobiles? The MPAA has not bothered to go back and re-rate 1982's Poltergeist, despite the moderate use of violence, and severe and frequent use of frightening and intense scenes. Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, however, is only appropriate for adults, according to the MPAA, because Steve Martin cusses out the car rental lady. So are you starting to see what I mean when I say ratings mean nothing? My kids' first PG-13 theater experience was Ghostbusters: Afterlife and it was for my son's 6th birthday and my daughter was 7. Felix got a little freaked out during the big climax, but I told him to hang in there, and before he knew it, it was over, and now he wants to own the movie and watch it again. Some people may say that the rating system is completely subjective, but I say it's not subjective enough. There's no board of parents anywhere that can predict or dictate what would be okay or not okay for my kids to watch. Sometimes it's not based off the content at all, but more about the message being delivered. I've told you that I've shown my kids the first two Jurassic Park movies because 95% of the human relationships are people helping people. There is very little human infighting. The struggle is between man and creature, and the overall idea is people depending on the kindness and bravery of others. That's a good message that I want to subconsciously sink into my kids' heads. But I'll skip the first beginning part of Home Alone where Kevin is a complete asshole to his mom. "Content-wise" and I'm doing air-quotes, it's acceptable, because it lacks violence or sexuality, but the message behind it is something my kids aren't ready to see because if they watch that part enough, they'll think it's acceptable to talk to their parents the way Kevin does. Also, he doesn't really get punished for that particular crime - his punishment, if you want to call it that, is unrelated to the way he treats and talks to his family. (Best Christmas movie ever, by the way.)I know this is sort of a lot, and I hope you're tracking with me. I hope this helps you see past just the rating system that the MPAA offers. Another example is this. The Lord of the Rings, compared to Jurassic Park, is relatively bloodless. However, it's going to be many years before I show that trilogy to my kids. Why? It's action and adventure and fantasy, you'd think it'd be a great candidate to show the kiddos. Well, it never let's up. Pretty much once the hobbits leave the Shire within the first 30 minutes of Fellowship, it's nothing but heartache and stress and nightmare visions until the last 30 minutes of Return of the King. And there's no comic relief to relieve the heavy tension. Also, it gets pretty convoluted and drawn-out. So even if the stress didn't get to them, I don't want them to get bored on their first viewing and not have an appreciation of the films from the start. I want to make sure their brains are developed and mature enough to be able to grasp the magnitude of the story beyond just the sword fights. In the previous episode about Spider-Man: No Way Home, Dean Letini brought up a great point that there are many movies in the MCU that he has yet to show his 9 year old, notably Winter Soldier because some guy gets kicked into the propeller of a helicopter. PG-13. You know what else is PG-13 in the MCU? Ant Man. That's right. The giant Thomas the Train bouncing off the tracks in the little girl's room warranted the same rating as Winter Soldier, or The Sixth Sense. Why? It's one word, and it'll come as no surprise: Money. You better believe that the studio execs at Disney know full well that if they release an MCU movie with a PG rating, it'll lose a lot of money. When's the last time a G-rated movie snuck into theaters? I don't know either. Frozen is PG. Ice Age is PG. Zootopia is PG. They're all PG because it's a chance that it'll get more butts int he seats - those kids teetering on adolences who might be skeptical going to see an animated movie. You know what's rated G? Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Pinocchio. All Dogs Go to Heaven. Those movies are nightmare-inducing! Pinocchio was banned in Germany for any child at the time of its release - it had an equivalent of an R-rating. But what kid do you know that got a single nightmare from Moana? So the rating system is stupid. Lightyear is PG, but I don't give a crap because I'm not taking my kids to see a movie where lesbians are normalized. That doesn't make me a bigot and I'll tell you why. Sexuality is complicated enough without a million different influences and ideas barraging our kids. Sexuality needs to not be discussed in front of or around kids for the simple reason that kids need to be kids. We need to keep their minds clear of all that stuff. They've got the rest of their lives to figure it all out, and wrestle with it and grapple with what sexuality is and what it means to them. If we're in such a hurry for our kids to grow up, why the hell not hand them over the keys to our cars? Put them to work in the factories? Take out a portion of their allowance for taxes? Actually, that last idea isn't half bad. But please understand what I'm saying. Once human beings are of age, where their brains are fully developed and they can reason on their own and take in entertainment with critical thinking and they've been properly educated on the basics of sexuality, then we can loosen things up a little bit.I'm not a bigot because Oscar is my favorite supporting character in The Office. Those two guys in Modern Family? They were hilarious. The fact that Negasonic Teenage Warhead has a lesbian lover in Deadpool and the way Ryan Reynolds plays it is awesome. Deadpool himself is practically bi or A-sexual or something, and I love him anyway. But my kids don't need to see any of that because they barely know how a mommy and a daddy make a baby. They're still at level one knowledge. There's absolutely no reason for them to know anything more than that at this age. And I understand that they're likely not going to turn to me and ask why two women are married and kissing in a cartoon movie, but the thought will stick with them, and it will grow overtime the more they see that. My religion teaches that it's wrong to be in a same-sex relationship, and I'll teach my kids the same, but when they're of age, it's ultimately going to be their choice. All I can do is teach them what I know to be morally right and to love those who don't see it that way. So the rating system is based off of 4 or 5 main elements. Violence. We spoke pretty extensively about violence so I won't go over it again except to add that there are different styles and different degrees. I'll let my kids watch people get eaten by dinosaurs (and keep in mind, they know that it's fake), but I won't be showing them any Tarrentino-style movies any time soon. That's a style of violence that I don't think would be good for my kids to see - with blood squirting out of arteries and flooding the ground. Not because it's realistic, but it's just a lot. And most of it is caused by human on human violence - that goes back to the message behind the movie. I don't want my kids thinking we applaud or glorify humans murdering one another. Just as there's different styles of violence, there's also different degrees of it. Yes, I'm okay with my kids watching dinosaurs or creatures eating people, but even that can be taken too far for them at this age. I wouldn't dare show them the bear attack in The Revenant, for instance, because that's way too realistic and could be traumatizing. Or even the pig-creature attack in Annihilation, or any of the Alien franchise just yet. Why? Because that's a level of gore and creepiness that's above Jurassic Park. It's also prolonged. When someone gets eaten in Jurassic Park, it's usually pretty quick and the movie movies on. I admit that this is all purely subjective. You may think Jurassic Park is too gory for your kids, and I won't tell you you're wrong. Only you know what your kids will be able to handle. We've talked about sex, in movies. It's not that my wife and I are sensitive to the subject. No, it's that we're unabashedly over-protective of our kids when it comes to it. And when they're ready to talk about it, we'll be ready to lead them in a frank and honest discussion that we're not afraid to have with them. The point here is that we want to be the first source our kids get that information from. Thankfully there are a lot of movies - PG, PG-13, or even R that don't mention or show anything sensual. But be weary of the PG movies from our youth. We turned on a random movie from Disney + not too long ago. It was a movie that starred Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Chevy Chase called Man of the House. Now to be fair, I remember watching it as a kid and it didn't affect me, but we turned it off 15 minutes in, first because it was boring, but secondly, it seemed like all they were talking about was how JTT didn't want Chevy Chase to sleep with Farrah Fawcett. It was just a little TMI in this JTT "family comedy." Air quotes again. And honestly, even when my kids do come of age, there's a ton of stuff I'll be uncomfortable watching with them. I'll never forget how awkward it got watching Friends with my parents on Thursday nights - especially the later episodes - and particularly when I learned how to *ahem* do certain things, and the show addressed that more and more. So, so awkward. As far as language goes in movies, this is sort of a funny story, and it's not to shame my kids, but to celebrate their innocence. They've seen plenty of PG-13 movies where there's cursing throughout - I even showed them the PG-rated Back to the Future films which are basically just damn and shit every other line (that's not a fundamentalist complaint, by the way, that's just an observation). But you know where my kids have heard the majority of cursing? That's right, from their mom and dad, during our dark days leading up to our separation and even a bit afterwards on some bad days. And we use every word in the book and then some. Thankfully it's not like that any more, but if any kid had reason to mimic curse words, it would be ours. But recently we asked them to list off some bad words they know - we did this with wry smiles and curiosity - they could only come up with "stupid" and "dumb." I wonder if they know more than they're letting on. I showed them Raiders of the Lost Ark not too long ago and Harrison Ford goes, "God Damn it," at one point, and of course my son laughs because of the line delivery and he goes, "He just said God damn it." Sarabeth promptly explained that that's not something we say, and he hasn't since. Every movie is going to have cursing. You're going to hear cursing when you take your kids to Taco Bell or to the beach. It's everywhere. Just remember, it's not a sin for them to hear it. And I believe when they're older, it's not even a sin for them to curse. I curse all the time, though I do try to limit it in front of the kids. Lastly, ratings can be determined on drug use, and now tobacco use. I've really got no reason to show my kids Pineapple Express or any stoner movie. And seeing Peter Pan smoking a bong never made me want to go out and try it myself. Nor did the racist depictions make me think racist thoughts against Native Americans. But really, are the Indians in Neverland REALLY Native Americans? Shouldn't they be called Native Neverlandians? All that to say, the MPAA can look like they're nit-picking things and trying to be more protective, but in my opinion, they're nitpicking the wrong things. It's up to each parent to decide what's important to restrict from their children, because only each parent knows their children. Not the MPAA, and certainly not Hollywood. Thanks for tolerating this little lecture about my thoughts on movie ratings. If you have different thoughts or opinions, I'd love to hear them. Drop me an email at author.andrewtoy@gmail.com or leave a comment down below. You can follow Life Through the Big Screen on Instagram or Facebook or Twitter, all that stuff is in the show notes below. Here's the video talking more about the history of the MPAA: The History of Hollywood Censorship & the Rating SystemFollow Life Through the Big Screen on these following pages:InstagramFacebookTwitterEmail: Author.andrewtoy@gmail.comThis episode was sponsored by Spur Creative 

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    The MovieFilm Podcast
    Commentary Track: Air Force One

    The MovieFilm Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 129:42


    This week marks 10 years of the MovieFilm Podcast and 25 years of AIR FORCE ONE, so naturally we chose to mark the occasion with a special commentary talking through the ins-and-outs of the Harrison Ford action thriller! Whether you listen separately or watch along with us, we have observations, anecdotes, and plenty of banter that hopefully won't have you reaching for your parachute!

    The IndyCast: Indiana Jones News and Commentary

    In this exciting episode Chris Pratt addresses those rumours and David Koepp talks aliens, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock gives us an unboxing review of the new Disney Sankara Stone, we hear some rumours of new Indy themed Lego sets, have some great listener emails and lots more!

    During the Break
    Gary Miller - Actor and Author of 'Finding Grace'

    During the Break

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 56:31


    It's always fun when Gary Miller can join me on DTB! We caught up about life and all the awards and accolades his book, 'Finding Grace', has received (which was nominated for the 2023 Pulitzer Prize). PLUS - we talked about his experiences on movie/TV show sets! He shared a lot of stories (Clint Eastwood - Harrsion Ford - more) and walked us through the writing process and reminded us again of why he started writing the book to begin with! Oh and yeah - there may be a movie and/or a song in the works! Some of his movies/TV shows: 42 - Harrison Ford, Chadwick Boseman Hunger Games - Jennifer Lawrence, Woody Harrelson, Liam Hemsworth Anchorman 2 - Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd Insurgent Murder Chose Me Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk - Steve Martin, Chris Tucker - Director Ang Lee Captain America - Civil War - Robert Downey Jr. Sully - Tom Hanks - Director Clint Eastwood The Last Movie Star - Burt Reynolds, Ariel Winter Avengers End Game - Chris Evans Watchmen Shazam 2 (not released yet) - Zachery Levi She-Hulk (not released yet) - Tatiana Maslany Monacrch (TV - Soon to be released) - Susan Sarandon, Trace Adkins Ghosted (not released yet) - Chris Evans *Find out more about 'Finding Grace': www.findinggracebook.com === THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Granite Garage Floors of Chattanooga: https://granitegaragefloors.com/location/chattanooga Vascular Institute of Chattanooga: https://www.vascularinstituteofchattanooga.com/ MedicareMisty: https://medicaremisty.com/ The Barn Nursery: https://www.barnnursery.com/ Rent-My-Equipment: https://www.rentmyequipment.com/ Tasty Donuts: https://www.thetastydonuts.com/ Tasty Scoops and Sweets: https://www.tastyscoopsandsweets.com/ Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm

    Shoot The Flick
    Air Force One (1997)

    Shoot The Flick

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 67:03


    This week Frankie and Scott dive fly through the sky and review the Harrison Ford film Air Force One! What will they think of this airplane action movie? Will it reach the stars or crash in a fiery explosion? Tune in to find out as we SHOOT THE FLICK!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shoottheflick/message

    Johnny And The Greg Podcast
    Is Harrison Ford Being A Baby? | JATG #109

    Johnny And The Greg Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 74:49


    Today we talk about recasting Indy. Where is the MCU going? The Munsters trailer, and our latest question on #dadbod Like & Subscribe! www.johnnyandthegreg.com Get one free month of Audible on us! http://www.audibletrial.com/jatg Linktree: https://linktr.ee/JATGP #HarrisonFord #IndianaJones #JATG #MCU #RobZombie #TheMunsters #dadbob

    Mailbag: A 'John Campea Show Podcast' Bonus Feed
    Should Indiana Jones Be Recast After Harrison Ford Walks Away? - Mailbag

    Mailbag: A 'John Campea Show Podcast' Bonus Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 37:08


    Support the sponsors of today's Mailbag: Storyblocks - Go To http://www.storyblocks.com/CAMPEA and get started today! Support or submit your question for the current or next Mailbag show 24/7 here: https://streamelements.com/movieblogtv/tip (Remember, you are submitting a TIP to support the channel. You are not "buying" a question to be on the show. We're happy to answer the questions or comments you submit with your tips, but we reserve the right to not air any question or comment if we consider it inappropriate, unconstructive or disruptive to the flow of the show). Become A John Campea Channel Member - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYyDbdaja1UDNdFSwUrYVGA/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Flickcast
    493. Small Bites

    The Flickcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 80:52


    It's time for a brand new episode of The Flickcast. The podcast about stuff nerds love. This week it's Episode 493: Small Bites. There's a lot going on in this episode, so get ready. This week some of the stuff nerds (mostly) love include The Lord of the Rings, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, Crystal Skull, Stranger Things, Chris Pratt, The Terminal List, Harrison Ford, The Boys, Seth Rogen, Quentin Tarantino, Star Trek, The Witcher, Henry Cavill's Warhammer figures and, of course, The Bear. Plus,  a whole lot more. So yeah, it's a big one but divided into smaller bite-sized portions. You can handle it.  Picks this week include Chris' pick of the audiobook version of Kitchen Confidential, as read by Anthony Bourdain, and Joe's pick of the TV series The Old Man. You can find Kitchen Confidential wherever you get audiobooks and The Old Man currently streaming on Hulu. If you like the show, please give it a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, or your app of choice. Every rating and review helps. And if you're really feeling it, consider becoming a Patron and supporting the show on Patreon. That would be super cool.  Thanks for listening! As always, if you have comments, questions, critiques, offers of sponsorship or whatever, feel free to hit us up in the comments, Twitter, Instagram or, yes, even Facebook. Plus, our newest Discord Channel is now live. Click the link for an invite and be sure to check it out.   Opening music by GoodB Music under Creative Commons License End music by Kevin MacLeod under Creative Commons License Image: Hulu

    Fake Doctors, Real Friends with Zach and Donald

    On this week's episode, everyone is being rejected sexually and thus showers in "cold water" to starve off their desire. In the real world, we talk to a robotic surgeon and Zach explains what it's like directing superstar, Harrison Ford.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    It Came from a Monster Movie!
    Episode 4.9: COWBOYS VS ALIENS / 2011

    It Came from a Monster Movie!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 130:28


    FIRST CONTACT IS OUR LAST STAND!  Yeehaw everyone! Saddle up with your hosts with the mosts, Henry and Lillie as they head out west with the likes of Jason, host of the Talking During Movies Podcast , Roswell, New Mexico tailor and local Taylor the Twist and Concept Artist Shaun Michael Keenan as they check out the film that could have been something but has oddly enough its own alien conspiracies in the wild and weird western that is COWBOYS VS ALIENS (2011)  CLICK HERE to watch COWBOYS VS ALIENS on the Peacock Streaming Service CLICK HERE to learn how to follow, support and experience more ICFAMMPodcast! CLICK HERE for WANTED: ABOMINATION ICFAMMPodcast Cowboy Merch CLICK HERE for WANTED: THE DOLL ICFAMMpodcast Cowboy Merch

    Behind The Timeline
    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - 1989

    Behind The Timeline

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 78:50


    It's back to the Timeline we go with the conclusion of the Indiana Jones original trilogy. Despite most of our previous 80's films, Lindsay HAD actually seen this - she just more or less forgot almost everything about it. Was she pleasantly surprised by how much she enjoyed it? Did the arrival of Sean Connery to the cast finally give us some emotional weight to stand behind? Why did it have to be snakes? Make sure to listen in as we discuss why OSHA would've hated this movie, Liundsay thinks this is better than a Bond film and of course, to reconfirm 80's Harrison Ford is STILL an absolute smokeshow!-Make sure to subscribe to Behind the Timeline and check out our website----Email: gobehindthetimeline@gmail.comTwitter: BehindtimelineInstagram: GobehindthetimelinePatreon: https://www.patreon.com/BehindTheTimeline?fan_landing=true

    Good Day for a Movie Podcast
    Ep 065 // The Fugitive

    Good Day for a Movie Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 70:34


    Harrison Ford time on the Good Day for a Movie Podcast and somehow Jacob wasn't the one to pick it? Sage picks 1993's The Fugitive, starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones. Sage questions if Tate actually watched the movie, Sage tests Jacob's Harrison Ford trivia knowledge, and Sage throws down the gauntlet to the Scrubs stars that he will destroy any Scrubs trivia challenge they "drive" his way. This movie was directed by Andrew Davis. GD4AM: 83/100 IMDb: 7.8/10 Metacritic: 87/100 RT: 96% Dr. Richard Kimble, unjustly accused of murdering his wife, must find the real killer while being the target of a nationwide manhunt led by a seasoned U.S. Marshal. This movie is currently streaming on HBOMAX. NEXT MOVIE REVIEW: Invasion of the Body Snatchers, streaming on Amazon Prime.

    Middle Class Film Class
    Gab & Chatter: Incantation / The Bear / Speed / Urban Legend / Bob's Burgers Movie / The Wedding SInger

    Middle Class Film Class

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 64:49


    On this episode: Pratt v Ford: a battle for the ages, a Thor review dripping with maple syrup, and Cartoon Network royalty brings us a new animated movie. Plus! Listeners have seen it a thousand times, Shots fired at Baby Yoda, and a friendly Hawaiian alien gets a live action rebootIn news: Reincarnation, Gen Z meme humor, Boomer humor, natural disasters in movies, Titanic, tornado, Krakatoa, Yellowstone, Pitch Black, Chronicles of Riddick, California, Florida, air conditioning, freon, cruise ships, Bill Burr, SF Bay Area, Alameda, San Francisco Oakland, Battle of the Bay, Battle of the Bay, Oakland A's, The Day After Tomorrow, Mark Wahlberg, The Happening, Twister, Chris Pratt, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Parks and Recreation, Guardians of the Galaxy, Lego Movie, Wanted, Elvis, Winnie the Pooh, Blood and Honey, Happy Sad Confused, Solo: A Star Wars Story, Alden Ehrenreich, Aaron A. Aaronson, Listener Stephen, The Maple Syrup Don, Montreal, Thor: Love and Thunder, Chris Hemsworth, Ghostbusters, Avengers: End game, Natalie Portman, Kat Dennings, Christian Bale, Guns and Roses, Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi, Genndy Tartakovsky, Dexter's Laboratory, Powerpuff Girls, Cow and Chicken, Johnny Bravo, Fixed, Hotel Transylvania, Samurai Jack, Sausage Party, Phil Tippett, Jurassic Park, Star Wars, Mad God, Ren and Stimpy, The Tick, Freakazoid, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Rocket Power, Rugrats, Doug, Ahh Real Monsters, Are you Afraid of the Dark, Catalog, Kablam, All That, Seen It A Million Times, Joel Shinneman, A Knight's Tale, Bruce Purkey, Joe vs the Volcano, Meet Joe Black, Get Out, Gremlins, Joe Dante, The Mandalorian, John Favreau, baby Yoda, Grogu, Gizmo & Grogu, Marcel the Shell with Shoes on, Lilo and Stitch, Disney, The Lion King, Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Under Wraps, Bill Fagerbakke, Jungle Book, Christopher Walken, Bill Murray, Ben Kingsley, Idris Elba, Scarlett Johansson, Lupita Nyong'o, Giancarlo Esposito, Garry Shandling, Elf, Iron Man, M. Night Shyamalan, Dave Filoni, Tomcats, Top Gun, Liam Neeson, Mel Gibson, Mission Impossible, Hocus Pocus 2, Orphan: First Kill, Jamie Foxx, Snoop Dogg, The Day Shift, Luck, Amsterdam, Christian Bale, The Woman King, Clerks 3, See How They Run, The Reef: Stalked, #metoo, She Said, Pray For The Devil, Fall, David O Russell, Margot Robbie, Anya Taylor-Joy. Robert De Niro, Zoe Saldana, Timothy Olyphant, Andrea Riseborough, Rami Malek, Michael Shannon, Mike Myers, Taylor Swift, John David Washington, Chris Rockhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com    Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/Joseph Navarro    Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe    Streaming Picks:The Bear - HuluBob's Burgers Movie - Hulu, HBO MaxIncantation - NetflixUrban Legend - HuluThe Wedding Singer - HBO MaxSpeed - Amazon Prime

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    Sucedió una noche
    Sucedió una noche | Harrison Ford, ‘Una cara con ángel' y playas del cine clásico

    Sucedió una noche

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 56:12


    Harrison Ford acaba de cumplir 80 años. Unos 80 años muy activos ya que acaba de rodar la quinta parte de la saga Indiana Jones que llegará a los cines el año que viene. En este episodio vamos a recordar cómo fueron sus comienzos en el cine, cuando ganaba más como carpintero que como actor. Hemos charlado con Gonzalo García Pelayo, director de cine, productor musical, jugador profesional de casinos, apoderado taurino y mil cosas más, hasta personaje cinematográfico. Nuestra Enciclopedia Curiosa de Cine ha reunido algunas de nuestras playas favoritas del cine clásico y ‘Una cara con ángel', el delicioso musical de Fred Astaire y Audrey Hepburn, es la película que nos trae esta semana Jack Bourbon en su sección.

    Out Now With Aaron and Abe
    Out Now Commentary: Air Force One (1997)

    Out Now With Aaron and Abe

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 134:12


    This month's Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary track is getting on Ford's plane. Aaron is joined by Brandon Peters, Yancy Jack, and Mark Hofmeyer to discuss 1997's Air Force One, featuring Harrison Ford as the President of the United States. Listen in to hear the crew discuss what made this 90s Summer blockbuster stand out, why Ford is an excellent choice as President, how action films have changed since, the politics of it all, and more. There's plenty more discussion about the nature of film culture at the time, what's going on with this cast, what director Wolfgang Petersen brings to the film, and lots of fun tangents as well. So now, if you've got an hour to kill… Follow all of us on Twitter: @Outnow_Podcast, @AaronsPS4, @WalrusMoose, @MHofmeyer, @YancyJack, @Brandon4KUHD Check out all of our sites and blogs:  TheCodeIsZeek.com, Why So Blu?, The Brandon Peters Show, Movies, Films & Flix, Con Air: The Podcast, Deep Blue Sea the Pod Watch the Trailer for Air Force One #AirForceOneMovie #HarrisonFord #GaryOldman #WolfgangPetersen #GlennClose #WilliamHMacy #Commentary #Podcast #SummerBlockbuster #actionmovie #diehard #movies #film #entertainment #outnowpodcast #outnowwithaaronandabe

    The John Fugelsang Podcast
    The Struggle in Congress Over Women's Rights

    The John Fugelsang Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 55:53


    John discusses how lawmakers are battling over women's reproductive rights and how the January 6th committee has carefully constructed a clever plan to build their case against Trump bit by bit - gathering more evidence each day. Next he chats with comedian Keith Price about Broadway, Harrison Ford, and the latest January 6th committee hearing. Then finally, John and Keith take calls from Joseph in New Mexico, Bill in Florida, California in Queens, Sean in California, and Frank in New York.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Fabulous Film & Friends
    Ep. 46 - Coppola v. Scorsese - Round 3: Apocalypse Now v. Raging Bull

    Fabulous Film & Friends

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 85:18


    This week the Round 3 bell rings loud on our Francis Ford Coppola vs. Martin Scorsese masters of cinema fight for the heavyweight crown of greatest American Filmmaker as we compare their two most extraordinary works, 1979's Apocalypse Now starring  Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando, Frederic Forrest, Sam Bottoms, Laurence Fishbourne, Albert Hall, Harrison Ford, G.D. Spradlin and Dennis Hopper, against 1980's Raging Bull, starring Robert DeNiro, Cathy Moriarity, Joe Pesci, Nicholas Colasanto, Theresa Saldana, Frank Vincent and Charles Scorsese.  Joining me this week are series regulars Roseanne Caputi, from the Ken and Dante Youtube show, Kendrick Wright and Dante Oliviero and back for his second FFF appearance, Poet. Book Seller. Lover. Thinker:  Matthew Turvey. Apocalypse Now charts the journey up Vietnam's Nung River and through the metaphorical portals of time as Army Captain Benjamin Willard, an assassin in a Covert Ops unit is assigned the terminaton—with extreme prejudice, of rougue Special Forces Colonel Walter Kurtz, who has gone AWOL and started his own army with Cambodian Montignard tribesmen during the peak of the U.S. war in Vietnam in the 1970's. Raging Bull catalogs the rise and fall of 1940's era middleweight Italian American boxing champ Jake LaMotta as he reaches the top of the boxing world while repeatedly asking his brother Joey if he slept with his wife Vikki. Once again the rules: We going to go around the panel and saliently state whose work we prefer in as many cinematic components as we can cover.The Categories are:Acting Screenplay CinematographyProduction DesignMusicEditingDirection          

    Mackey & Judd w/ Ramie
    ACTION MOVIE REWIND: Air Force One! (1997)

    Mackey & Judd w/ Ramie

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 49:04


    Air Force One! (1997) starring Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman, William H. Macy, Glenn Close and more; Why Harrison Ford is great; Is he actually Han Solo?; Why was this group let on the plane? It's action movie rewind!

    Thirty Twenty Ten
    Disney Blows up a Kid, Harrison Ford Submerges, and The Dark Knight Ends

    Thirty Twenty Ten

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 127:17


    July 15-21: Jack Nicholson has trouble, eBay hits Buy It Now, Fred Willard goes to the movies, David Arquette is a freak, Ross Perot quits, Michael J. Fox is mousey, Breaking Bad hits the home stretch, and skinny James Gandolfini. All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.

    Salty Nerd Podcast
    Good Directors Bad Movies Week - Indiana Jones & The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

    Salty Nerd Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 46:07


    How does one review a movie that doesn't exist? The Salty Nerds jump into the multiverse to find the non-existent Indiana Jones 4 movie in order to review it. Turns out, it wasn't worth the effort. Part of the "Good Directors Bad Movies" week.If you like this content and want access to more uncensored ad-free reviews and hilarious outtakes, check out our members area here: http://www.saltynerdclub.com

    World Class Bullshitters
    E315: Harrison Ford| The Bullshit Club and MORE

    World Class Bullshitters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 223:33


    We're a week away from SDCC, but we have something else to celebrate, Harrison Ford! We kidnapped him, now let's celebrate him. #StrangerThings #SDCC #TheMunsters The BS Club Shirt: https://wcbsclub.myshopify.com/products/thebsclub You like good art, check out my work: Wokebusters: https://www.wokebusterscomic.com Stealing Solo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/stealing-solo-fandom-menace-edition/x Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/worldclassbs Merch: https://www.shopwcbs.com  

    I Said No Gifts!
    Christine Nangle Disobeys Bridger

    I Said No Gifts!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 67:19 Very Popular


    Bridger almost goes off the deep end when Christine Nangle (The Simpsons) arrives at his home with a gift. The two discuss Tetris, espionage, and prying Harrison Ford out of a plane.Follow the show and play Gift or a Curse -Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/isaidnogifts/Twitter - https://twitter.com/isaidnogifts Bring a copy of Gift Master home!I Said No Gifts Merch - https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/i-said-no-gifts-shop See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Dr Zeus
    80 years of Harrison Ford

    Dr Zeus

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 26:14


    Born July 13, 1942 the movie star, the man, the pilot and our Indiana Jones. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/support

    The Onside Zone with Big O
    Podcast Wednesday - Happy Birthday Harrison Ford 07 13 2022

    The Onside Zone with Big O

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 5:18


    Big O talks Harrison Ford Movies

    Sci-Fi 5
    Harrison Ford - July 13, 1942

    Sci-Fi 5

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 5:01


    From his humble beginnings as a radio host and carpenter to his immensely popular roles in Star Wars, Blade Runner, and Indiana Jones, Harrison Ford is a truly fascinating character. Unveil the mystery behind this action icon on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Ryan Myers Hosted by Earl Green Music by Devin Curry