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2004 film directed by Brad Bird

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Mass-Debaters
One on One: 104 2010s Movies Tournament with Chancy Grife

Mass-Debaters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 62:33


We are sitting down with Chancy, and he is doing his own 104 2010s Movies tournament. Check out this episode to see what he think is the best movie of the 2010s. If you want to do your tournament, please contact us, and we will set it up. Here are all the songs in the tournament: Halloween (2018) Straight Outta Compton (2015) BlacKkKlansman (2018) Green Book (2018) Silver Linings Playbook (2012) Joker (2019) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Parasite (2019) Ready Player One (2018) John Wick (2014) Kung Fu Panada 2 (2011) Inception (2010) Nightcrawler (2014) The Irishman (2019) Life of Pi (2012) The Dark Knights Rises (2012) The Help (2011) Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Bridesmaids (2011) The Avengers (2012) Dallas Buyers Club (2013) Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) Django Unchained (2012) Mission: Impossible -Fallout (2018) Avengers: Infinity War (2018) The Fighter (2010) John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Deadpool (2016) The Hateful Eight (2015) The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) Finding Dory (2016) Avengers: Endgame (2019) Jurassic World (2015) Knives Out (2019) MegaMind (2010) Shutter Island (2010) Hidden Figures (2016) John Wick: Chapter 3 (2019) Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (2010) Logan (2017) The King's Speech (2010) A Quiet Place (2018) The Hunger Games (2012) Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Creed (2015) Captain America: Civil War (2016) Jojo Rabbit (2019) Zootopia (2016) The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Baby Driver (2017) Skyfall (2012), True Grit (2010), Coco (2017) Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) Rogue One: A Stars Story (2016) The Social Network (2010) Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) Get Out (2017) Looper (2012) The Martian (2015) American Sniper (2014) Ford V. Ferrari (2019) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) Deadpool 2 (2018) War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) Doctor Strange (2016) Arrival (2016) Interstellar (2014) Monsters University (2013) Split (2016)Thor (2011) Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) 21 Jump Street (2012) Inside Out (2015) Black Panther (2018) Black Swan (2010) Moana (2016) Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Toy Story 3 (2010) The Conjuring (2013) The Cabin in the Woods (2011) 12 Years a Slave (2013) Dunkirk (2017) Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) The Revenant (2015) Incredibles 2 (2018) It (2017) Gone Girl (2014) Ant-Man (2015) Moneyball (2011) Hacksaw Ridge (2016) The Town (2010) Whiplash (2014)Fury (2014) X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) X-Men: First Class (2011) Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) The Imitation Game (2014) Wonder Woman (2017) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support

Not To Be A Bitch, But...
A Mindless Ramble, The Lore of Spieling Peter & White People Sayings

Not To Be A Bitch, But...

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 75:59


Brooke and Katie get ready to see NCT 127, list some white people sayings that we wish we heard more often, and discuss the absolutely stunning Incredibles face characters new to P*xar Day at Sea on D*sney Cruise Line. We also talk about the lore of Tumblr famous Spieling Peter, the Coachella lineup, and do a fun little TMI questionnaire. For our NTBABBs we discuss social media handle decals on cars and J*e Alw*n.

Super Carlin Brothers
Disney: Mr. Incredible VS Luisa - Who's More Powerful?

Super Carlin Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 22:30


This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp — go to http://betterhelp.com/super to get started with Betterhelp today. Carlin Brothers Single Flavor Beans! https://www.carlinbrotherscoffee.com/... Today Ben dives into the world of Pixar's Incredibles and Disney's Encanto to find out who has the MOST SUPER Super Strength: Mr. Incredible or Luisa? #supercarlinbrothers #Disney #pixar Edited by :: Riley Murtagh

The Dark Ride
Resort Round Up – Disney's Contemporary Resort

The Dark Ride

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 45:21


This week on an all-new episode of Drunk Distory presents ‘The Dark Ride', we continue our deep dive into hotels around the theme park world with Drunk Distory's Resort Round Up. Today, get ready to retreat to this 60s version of the ultra-modern aesthetic. It's not just Mrs. Incredibles sweet caboose that loves this iconic A-frame Resort hotel, its the rest of the incredible cast too. why??? your guess is as good as ours, for a company that has been around for 100 years you would think that they would have more in the gas tank then to cram the only mid century modern family at their disposal into every room in the once technologically significant tower. You guessed it kiddies, were talking Disneys Contemporary Resort. So get your necks craned as you peep a 90-foot-tall mural by Disney Legend Mary Blair that celebrates the Grand Canyon and the American Southwest for some reason, and Mr. Iger, if you try to get rid of my favorite five legged donkey you will not like the result. Will the quote unquote dazzling pools (really Disney, dazzling, sheesh) and cheap retheming keep this no-tell motel in less than incredible company. Or, will the MK close proximity and the fact that a damn monorail slides into the hotels DMs every 15 minutes be enough to take this big concrete tent with all the bells and whistles up to the summit. There's only one way to find out!

Entertainment Talk Film Reviews
Classic Reviews Disney/Pixar: The Incredibles

Entertainment Talk Film Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 52:26


By Matthew Nemeth Back with more Classic Reviews episodes, this, for The Disney/Pixar Film The Incredibles Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code ETALKUK at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Check below for the free podcast Click here for a list of our iTunes feeds. Information matthew@entertainmenttalk.org Please rate and review us on iTunes @etalkuk Twitter Patreon Facebook Group matthew@entertainmenttalk.org Facebook Page Matt's Twitch Kualo Domains Click here for the ad-free podcast

Entertainment Talk
Classic Reviews Disney/Pixar: The Incredibles

Entertainment Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 52:26


By Matthew Nemeth Back with more Classic Reviews episodes, this, for The Disney/Pixar Film The Incredibles Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code ETALKUK at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Check below for the free podcast Click here for a list of our iTunes feeds. Information matthew@entertainmenttalk.org Please rate and review us on iTunes @etalkuk Twitter Patreon Facebook Group matthew@entertainmenttalk.org Facebook Page Matt's Twitch Kualo Domains Click here for the ad-free podcast

Emergency Exit Podcast Network
The Rewatch Party 130 - Incredibles 2 (2018)

Emergency Exit Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 93:04


Nick, Anthony, and producer Brandon sit down to discuss and rate the re-watachability of the film, Incredibles 2, from 2018. 

School for Startups Radio
December 27, 2022 – Digistore24 Sven Platte and HR Hints Roza Szafranek

School for Startups Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 53:59


Sven Platte - Founder of Digistore24                     You need very little money to start an online business, you just need to find services like Digistore24 to help you scale. Sven Platte is the founder and CEO of Digistore24, the industry leader in Europe in the online sales platforms space. The company offers technology solutions for online entrepreneurs such as an integrated online store, affiliate networks, payment processing, and tax automation. The platform Digistore24 enables thousands of coaches, consultants and other online entrepreneurs to focus on their core business while they take care of the rest: technology, administration, integration of platforms and payments. As an investor, he is more than just his projects - he is committed to the development of other companies in the music, energy and fintech sectors. He is also the founder and host of SvenCast, a popular podcast and YouTube channel where he interviews entrepreneurs, business leaders, entertainers, and athletes about their stories and insights into building successful brands. Sven's mission is to help people monetize their passion by driving digital innovation. Roza Szafranek - CEO of HR Hints HR Hints is the first company which offers human resources as a monthly subscription. Roza Szafranek is the Founder & CEO of HR Hints, the first HR boutique operating in a subscription model, dedicated to startups and fast-growing tech companies. Together with her team, she has supported over 50 startups, teaching leaders how to be better with people and effectively develop companies. She shows founders and managers how to run companies based on engaged teams that deliver. Roza helps to build superior organizations of the type dreamed of by founders and managers. She cooperated and still cooperates with companies such as Ramp Network, Infermedica, Packhelp, Omnipack, Telemedi, inSTREAMLY, Zowie, Aleph Zero, ShopRunner, Inovo Venture Partner and Innovation Nest. She is a mentor of InCredibles, Sebastian Kulczyk's mentoring program, a winner of the HR Pearls competition and the title of Recruiter of the Year 2018. She is featured in the Strong Women in IT Global Edition 2021 report. Roza is the author of both industry and academic articles, co-author of books, and a conference speaker. In addition, she runs the People from Work podcast.

Mass-Debaters
One on One: 104 2000s Movies Tournament with Vanessa Rayne

Mass-Debaters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 74:54


We are sitting down with Vanessa, and she is doing her own 104 2000s Movies tournament. Check out this episode to see what she think is the best movie from the 2000s. If you want to do your tournament, please get in touch with us, and we will set it up. Here are all the movies in the tournament: Watchmen (2009) STEP BROTHERS (2008) Cast Away (2000) BAD SANTA (2003) LOVE & BASKETBALL (2000) THE DARK KNIGHT (2008) PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL (2003) THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING (2001) BRIDGET JONES'S DIARY (2001) LOST IN TRANSLATION (2003) BARBERSHOP (2002) GLADIATOR (2000) THE HANGOVER (2009) THE PRESTIGE (2006) SIN CITY (2005) ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (2004) OCEAN'S ELEVEN (2001) CHILDREN OF MEN (2006) TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE (2004) NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (2007) ELF (2003) SHAUN OF THE DEAD (2004) THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA (2006) IRON MAN (2008) WEDDING CRASHERS (2005) UP (2009) BLACK HAWK DOWN (2001) THE WRESTLER (2008) HAPPY FEET (2006) MEAN GIRLS (2004) V FOR VENDETTA (2006) BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) PARANORMAL ACTIVITY (2007) WALL-E (2008) BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM (2002) THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS (2005) ERIN BROCKOVICH (2000) MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING (2002) WALK THE LINE (2005) HAROLD & KUMAR GO TO WHITE CASTLE (2004) SHREK (2001) THE INCREDIBLES (2004) IN BRUGES (2008) CHICKEN RUN (2000) DONNIE DARKO (2001) SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE (2008) REMEMBER THE TITANS (2000) CASINO ROYALE (2006) CORALINE (2009) HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER'S STONE (2001) REQUIEM FOR A DREAM (2000) TRAINING DAY (2001) THE 40-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN (2005) CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON (2000) KILL BILL: VOL. 1 (2003) THE RING (2002) Grindhouse (2007) IDIOCRACY (2006) THE PIANIST (2002) SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE (2003) UNBREAKABLE (2000) THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM (2007) X2 (2003) JUNO (2007) COLLATERAL (2004) SPIDER-MAN 2 (2004) LEGALLY BLONDE (2001) THE DEPARTED (2006) AVATAR (2009) AMERICAN PSYCHO (2000) INSIDE MAN (2006) MINORITY REPORT (2002) STAR TREK (2009) THE HURT LOCKER (2008) LOVE ACTUALLY (2003) DISTRICT 9 (2009) SPY KIDS (2001) ZOOLANDER (2001) 28 DAYS LATER (2002) 300 (2006) SUPERBAD (2007) BEST IN SHOW (2000) MR. & MRS. SMITH (2005) BORAT: CULTURAL LEARNINGS OF AMERICA FOR MAKE BENEFIT GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN (2006) ALMOST FAMOUS (2000) NATIONAL TREASURE (2004) TROPIC THUNDER (2008) INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS (2009) FINDING NEMO (2003) LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE (2006) TRANSFORMERS (2007) NAPOLEON DYNAMITE (2004) TAKEN (2008) ZODIAC (2007) MAMMA MIA! (2008) THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS (2001) THE NOTEBOOK (2004) MOULIN ROUGE (2001) THE SCHOOL OF ROCK (2003) TWILIGHT (2008) SAVE THE LAST DANCE (2001) HOT FUZZ (2007) SAW (2004) MILLION DOLLAR BABY (2004) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support

Emergency Exit Podcast Network
The Rewatch Party 128 - The Incredibles (2004)

Emergency Exit Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 126:19


Nick and Anthony sit down to discuss and rate the re-watchability of the film, The Incredibles, from 2004.    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317705/

Disney Deciphered: a Disney World planning podcast
Ep. 253 - Disney's Contemporary Resort: Should you stay there?

Disney Deciphered: a Disney World planning podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 30:54 Very Popular


Disney's Contemporary Resort Looking to plan a Disney World or Disneyland vacation? Let Joe do all the hard work for you at no cost to you as your travel agent. Get started by e-mailing josephcheung@travelmation.net today! Bookings for the Disney Wish are open if you are interested in sailing on Disney Cruise Line's latest ship! Episode Description We take an in depth look at the Contemporary resort - pros, cons, the Incredibles theming, the incredible location, and why you should or should not stay there on your next trip. Plus - all the great food options at the resort. What has your experience with the Contemporary been like? Let us know by e-mailing disneydeciphered AT gmail DOT com, messaging us on Twitter, or leaving a comment on our Facebook page. You can also follow us on Instagram now! Episode Notes 2:06 - Disney's Contemporary Resort overview and theming 6:18 - Transportation options 7:45 - Rooms 11:49 - Food and restaurants 18:19 - Pools and amenities 21:31 - Disney's Contemporary Resort perks   23:12 - Why should you or why should you not stay at the Contemporary? 28:46 - Disney dos and don'ts If we've helped you to plan your trip and you'd like to thank us we'd appreciate you considering a one time donation. Or if you'd like to receive bonus content, check out our Patreon page and our special subscriber only content! You can also support the show by buying tickets (if they're the best deal, of course) using our Undercover Tourist link or signing up for Mouse Dining through our link. If you like what you hear, please share and subscribe! Find us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn, PlayerFM, iHeartRadio, or Google Podcasts (please leave a positive review if you're enjoying the show), like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram! Connect with Leslie @TripsWithTykes on social media and Joe @asthejoeflies.

Your Highness Podcast
Ghost of Cannabis Past

Your Highness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 31:22


To honor all the Christmas movies playing, we are doing a theme: Past, Present, and Future of Cannabis. We begin with the past, as Diana and JR take a trip down memory lane. Listeners get a 10% discount when they use  code YHPOD for Mitragaia products.Important links:Ranchera FamiliaIncredibles  Speaker 1 [00:00:00] During the holiday season. I would like to take a minute to thank all of our listeners and guests for making this past year so special. Thanks to your continued support, we can keep doing our part to normalize cannabis by sharing the uncensored truth with the world. We are honored that you choose to spend time with us and we wish everyone a safe and healthy holiday season.  Speaker 2 [00:00:32] And you're listening to Your Highness, Princess Diana Crash.  Speaker 3 [00:00:52] And I'm J.R. Crash.  Speaker 2 [00:00:54] Before we start this episode, we will begin with our recurring segment, Safe Pot and Shape Up, where each one of us talks about our favorite cannabis related item or thing or whatever item. I guess that kind of clarifies. It can be really anything cannabis related and our fave, not pot, which is our food, not cannabis related thing at the moment. So I'm going to start, as I usually do, my fave pot. I have mentioned this brand before, but I just love their hemp cigarets so much and it's Ranchera Familia. It's a Latina owned, grown and owned hemp business and they seriously have the best hemp cigarets. They're just so smooth. They're so smooth.  Speaker 3 [00:01:47] So smooth.  Speaker 2 [00:01:48] So smooth. And I'm a big fan. They they're really easy to smoke. And I love supporting small businesses when I can. So what's your fave pot right now?  Speaker 3 [00:02:04] J.R. My favorite pot is actually from the company Incredibles. It's their gummies. It's the straw Berry Chews. You can tell it's going to make you relaxed because it's not strawberry but straw berry. So yeah, they are so 1 to 1 with THC and CBD. I recently got over being sick, being very sick that COVID sick, but almost worse in my.  Speaker 2 [00:02:34] Yeah, I think it was worse.  Speaker 3 [00:02:36] Yeah, it was a bad it was a bad one. And really at night I just could not get comfortable enough to sleep. My body itself was just so sore from all the coughing and sneezing and just being miserable. And really these incredible straw berry chews were really the only thing that kind of brought my body to a point where I could be comfortable enough to to sleep. They were really a saving grace during that. So that is why the incredible strawberry chews are my favorite pot this week.  Speaker 2 [00:03:10] Your fave pot.  Speaker 3 [00:03:12] My fave pot.  Speaker 2 [00:03:14] So those are really good gummies. I second that pot and especially when you're sick, I guess cannabis has that that magical getting you over those respiratory illness effects. You know, I'm not going to save my age. I was joking. We're not saying cannabis is magical. I mean.  Speaker 3 [00:03:38] Anything is is magical. This world is a magical place. Christmas time. So.  Speaker 2 [00:03:43] Okay, magic. I heard. But I will say, I think cannabis got us through this, like, wave of just. Health gave this sickness. This was this is something else. I feel like it was worse. I think of it. And I think that's saying a lot because I'm not a big baby when I'm sick. And you are.  Speaker 3 [00:04:07] And I am a big baby.  Speaker 2 [00:04:11] What else got me through us? Being sick was getting you into White Lotus, which is my safe. Not hot right now. I didn't think it was going to be. I tried to avoid the second season because if you've seen the first season, you'll understand what I'm talking about. It's just a weird show, but it's weirdly captivating and the second season it brings the visual escapism elements to the screen, you know, I mean, because inflation is what it is and we're deeply in a recession and some people are still avoiding calling a recession. And we can't just, you know, go off to Italy at a moment's notice. We've never been those people. But like, you know, we can pretend like we could be those people. When we're watching White Lotus, it gives you that, like, escapism elements, like it's it's visually stunning. The acting is good.  Speaker 3 [00:05:11] I mean, I don't think you should really be saying that we want to be in White Lotus because none of the people in the show seem to be really happy with their current state and life.  Speaker 2 [00:05:21] Yeah, but then they look out at The View and they're fine for a little while, you know? Yeah. I'm not saying we want to be those people. I'm saying we want to be there at the. The resort.  Speaker 3 [00:05:34] So what you're saying is your your favorite not pot is Italy.  Speaker 2 [00:05:40] I mean, it's not not right. I mean, I have to say, Italy has a big I think Italy is like whatever whatever character. I don't know. I lost count how many characters are in this season. But you know how people always say like New York's the other character, Sex of the City or Seinfeld or whatever. Right.  Speaker 3 [00:06:02] Or Batman.  Speaker 2 [00:06:03] Or. Isn't that Gotham City, though?  Speaker 3 [00:06:05] Yeah, it's a character.  Speaker 2 [00:06:07] All right. Well, and this and this dramatic series, I don't know what you call it. It's a it's a strange show, but it's like you can't stop once you start. And you know that now because I've drag you into it. You still haven't seen season one. I don't know that you really need to. And if you haven't seen season one out there, I don't recommend it. I just go straight to season two.  Speaker 3 [00:06:30] It's an amazing show because you're watching it and then you're thinking to yourself, I really like this. And then 5 minutes later you're like, But why do I like it? Because it's not really doing anything right.  Speaker 2 [00:06:44] Like, it's it's weirdly slow moving yet also captivating. It's it's a strange mix. Yes. Yes. But that's the case for a lot of HBO shows. I feel so anyway. What's your favorite fight right now?  Speaker 3 [00:07:05] My favorite not part is actually the movie spirited. It is a Christmas movie because it's magic time, you know. So it's a movie with Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds. It's a musical which I absolutely love. And it's really it's a take on a Christmas carol, you know, and it's just really magical. It's an it's a fun movie, and it is the perfect movie to kind of segway into our topic at hand. Which is.  Speaker 2 [00:07:45] Yes, we are doing a theme because it's the month of December and you might not be listening to this in the month of December, but that is why we're doing it. So with that Segway, we'll be discussing the past, present and future of cannabis. So today we're going to start obviously on the past and go down a little a little memory, a little trip down memory lane. We're going to take a little trip. When we began this podcast five years ago. Over five years ago. It was a very exciting time. And the person that got me into this idea of doing this for a show actually had been in the industry for a very long time and I was new to it. And she she thought it was really cool that I was so excited. I think that might have been her favorite thing about me because she always is commenting about how how excited I made her about this industry that she had grown very weary of. And I didn't understand it at the time. I'm like, What? There's so much to do. There's so much possibility.  Speaker 3 [00:09:00] But yeah, I mean, a lot of people were really excited. There was a lot of just possibility. I remember when we went to that expo in South Florida, and at that time just the buzz of energy in the air was just so captivating. It was it was awesome, you know, sitting in panels and not just people discussing business. There was people that were like obviously discussing business, but it was more of just the the swapping of of ideas and theories and science. And everyone was just so excited, just eat up any piece of information they possibly could. And it was it was just contagious. You know, you just get into that atmosphere and just think this is going to be the industry that is going to change our world. And I remember I was just leaving there thinking like, this is going to be a game changer.  Speaker 2 [00:10:03] Yeah. Yeah. Because that convention, I mean, we dragged my uncle to it who had been using cannabis for most of his life and was like, What am I going to learn? And I mean, we had that same mentality to an extent, but we were we were learning so many new things, so we were getting so excited about it. And he was kind of like, Oh, we'll see. But I also remember at that same convention seeing people who were just starting out, who are now major figures in this industry and. And like you said, there was a buzz. There was everyone was excited about the so-called green rush. And we drove right in with both feet ourselves. But a lot of the things we dealt with five years ago we thought would get better. And of course, we're going to touch on that later. But one thing that was very prevalent was people working for free. There was a lot more let's trade services and let's let's work for equity. And unfortunately, that started to kind of snowball. And it left a lot of people in the dust, so to speak, because they thought things would eventually get better. I mean, looking back on our first season and I did this recent morning. Most of the people that I interviewed during that season aren't even in the industry anymore.  Speaker 3 [00:11:37] Now. Now they really aren't at all. And really just just piggybacking off of what you what you're saying is, you know, a lot of people were basically creating like a barter system for us to operate and work in. And that kind of set the framework of what the industry kind of. McCain. You know, you had people instead of, you know, offering payment, offering things like like shares in their company, their their nonexistent company. You know, a lot of people who were just one or two people that had an idea, though, a great idea, not really having the understanding of how to to build a business. And in doing so, a lot of those really, really great ideas ended up being taken by larger companies. And the people that created those ideas were oftentimes kind of pushed to the side because they really didn't have a firm grasp on how to start a business, how to operate a business in the early years before you actually go into the black. And, you know, unfortunately, big companies swooped in and kind of took control of everything. And then you also have other companies which were smaller companies, because everyone was kind of making it up as they went along. You know, here in Maryland, we have a lot of dispensaries, a lot of shops, and we have dispensaries and shops that were started from day one thinking on a very compliant level. And then you also have shops who weren't really operating compliant at all and basically viewed things like inspections from state agencies and fines almost as like a shakedown, like it was just a cost of doing business. You know, companies that have been, you know, acquired by other companies. And then those companies are left with a lot of a lot of mess, you know, because the companies beforehand were just operating as in, oh, we're just going to do what we want. Once a month, an inspector is going to come in, shake us down with some fines, will pay the fines. We're making a lot of money as it is. And that was kind of a mindset that kind of fell in place with a lot of these these companies that were just kind of going, you know, just kind of rolling as they went. You know, a lot of these companies really only got the license and opened a dispensary during medical use knowing that eventually adult use will come what would pass and they'd be able to sell their license for a huge profit. So a lot of companies were basically built out of sticks and straws deliberately for financial reasons. And now that leaves us into a situation on a present day where a lot of companies really aren't really operating on the up and up. You know, when we're trying to legitimize an industry, there's still a lot of that ingrained thought process and behaviors from the early days of this is the Wild West, and we're just doing what we're doing and making making the money. And that's led us into a situation that we're at today.  Speaker 2 [00:15:00] Yes. And then, you know, to speak to the podcast and the journey that we've taken and thinking back on the past, I remember writing a few articles about how women executives were on the rise in cannabis, and we were all very excited about that.  Speaker 3 [00:15:17] But I remember that that was a very exciting time.  Speaker 2 [00:15:20] But then as the women in cannabis studies showed and that that was a study that took years to complete. A lot of those positions were not comparable to other industries because if we're calling someone an executive and they have no one below them, it's not really comparing apples to oranges when you're talking about other industries. So it was really easy to conflate these numbers as like progress, like, oh, look, women and non-binary people are going to actually have a foothold in this industry. And spoiler alert, that's not happening. So there was a lot of that excitement as well five years ago, like people were still believing, look, women and non-binary folks can can make a name for themselves in this industry in a way that they can't in others. And I mean, that is just obviously fizzled out as an idea, even though I do still see the Arendt's headline that says things like Women are taking over in cannabis and it's it's just propaganda, really, because that's not the case. And I see less and less representation on just a non-executive level when it comes to women and non-binary folks. So that's dipping into the present, though.  Speaker 3 [00:16:54] Yes, that's for us for our next episode.  Speaker 2 [00:16:56] Okay. Well, even though we're talking about five years ago, this is still in the past bit from the report because I think it speaks to what we're talking about. It says there are many potential paths or there are many potential path. I can't say path paths have. There are many potential paths.  Speaker 3 [00:17:23] You're saying it?  Speaker 2 [00:17:25] There are many potential paths for cannabis workers under broader cannabis legalization likely to come under the low road scenario outlined in this report. Cannabis workers are subject to the same harmful practices inflicted on non unionized workers in agricultural or other industries with parallels to cannabis. Low wages, workplace benefits, unprotected statuses as contract workers and erratic scheduling. So that's just a little bit of a I mean, that's kind of waffling in between the past and present because it's still it was an issue then and in a way more of an issue now. But at the time when we when you were getting used to the industry, I mean, you work on the retail side of things, the medical retail side of things. So I mean, what did you see? People like the attitudes of the people you're working with?  Speaker 3 [00:18:25] I mean, it's it's wild and you still get it now. You know, it's it's weird, this concept and this belief of what it's like to work in the industry in a lot of people will watch disjointed or what have you just TV shows and they're assuming that if they go and work in the industry that we're all hanging out in the back and talking about philosophies and listen, a Pink Floyd and all that stuff. And and that's just not happening. You know, I do make everyone listen to show tunes on Saturdays for show tunes Saturdays. But that's just man maniacal behavior. But no Pink Floyd. We never listen to Pink Floyd if we don't really talk about philosophies. I mean, it's a lot of hard work. It's and that's really all it is. It's just a different product that you're selling. So, you know, you have to basically set that that standard when when people come in, they're interviewing, you know, that's one of the first things I have to tell people is, you know, let's let's set this expectation like this isn't going to be like Empire Records. You know, for anyone that's too young to remember Empire Records, it's an amazing movie about a bunch of kids working at a record store and they're just having just a jiggly. Good time at it, you know? So a lot of people have that same mentality of like, oh my God, this is going to be such a fun job. And, you know, it's it's not. And, you know, I personally come from a standpoint of while I am a huge proponent of of the plant and plant medicine, you know, this isn't my entire life, you know, where a lot of people, though, they'll gauge that, where they think that just because they enjoy the plant, it's like that old monicker. Like you'd love what you do and you never work a day in your life. And they assume that that's what's going to happen. And then they have to hit that realization that, you know, much like any job that you're going to get and capitalism, you're just working very, very hard, you know, to make other people large sums of money. And then you get a small portion of said money.  Speaker 2 [00:20:44] You know, if you're lucky, if you're lucky.  Speaker 3 [00:20:47] You know, luckily I was grateful enough to be grateful. I was lucky enough to get in with, you know, a relatively, you know, good company. But there are a lot of companies out there that really put their their workers through a lot of strife and hardship just under under working conditions. You know, and you this is still a schedule one federal drug. So, you know, there's a lot of things that you don't really think about. You know, the fact that if the wrong person is in the federal level of government, then you could get in a lot of trouble when it comes to banking, when it comes to if you want to buy a house and you're working in this industry, you have a select number of banks that you can actually go through that will actually consider the money that you make in this industry as legitimate. You know, a lot of big banks, you know, like your Bank of America and stuff like that won't loan you a mortgage using, you know, cannabis industry payroll as as, you know, proof of of income. So, you know, it's basically a setting that expectation so that people know that this is a very difficult job that isn't just this glamorized rainbows and Sunshine's Hollywood job that we're all just having this absolute blast that.  Speaker 2 [00:22:17] Right. Absolutely. And to your point, thinking about things I can consider you while you're working in. Industry as a non favorable or unfavorable lender or whatever the case may be, you know, beyond that. Talking about the past. There was a lot of people who couldn't even get into this industry because they used cannabis. I mean, let's talk about that for a minute. In Maryland, for instance, you almost didn't get your job because you failed the drug test. And. Speaker 3 [00:22:53] Well, they they they eliminated that.  Speaker 2 [00:22:55] Right. They eliminated it now. But in the past, that wasn't something that was that was a very big issue. And it's still a very big issue depending on where you live. I mean, we talk about it all the time. I had Shonda Vrooman recently, and she just she's constantly testifying about it because she's trying to change the laws in her state. And that is a very big thing that a lot of people don't understand, or at least they didn't in the past. I should say more so than now, is that using cannabis can actually prevent you from getting a job in cannabis, and it can also prevent you from getting jobs in other industries. And we'll touch more on that in our future episode. But yeah, that's to me, that's the thing that really stood out because a lot of people thought, Hey, look, I consume cannabis every day. I'm a I'm a perfect fit. And that is not the case. That was not the case for them. And now that things have changed, obviously some people are a little it's a little easier to get in to these these jobs in some states, but it's still very much a problem.  Speaker 3 [00:24:06] And you also have and this is something that's still kind of prevalent and I'll still say I don't want to say that they're they're they're scams or grabs. But a lot of these programs that promise, you know, like, hey, come and sign up for this program and go through this this this training on being a bartender. And I can tell you right now, out of. All the people I've hired, all the resumes I looked at, that means absolutely nothing to me. You know, things like that. Like. Please do not just throw money at stuff like that, because most people that I've talked to really do not care in hell at all. If anything, you know, it's it's nice that, you know, it shows that you want to that you wanted to learn things on your own. But really just saying that you took, you know, maybe a free webinar, you know, or something like that, that will go just as far, you know, no one gets any kind of push in front of any kind of line because they they took one of these expensive courses that gave them a printed out certificate saying that you're worthy of of being a bartender because really, for being honest, you know, that would be like me going in and getting a certification and how to sell cell phones so that I could get a job at Verizon. You know, they just don't care. And that was very big back then because no one really knew otherwise. You know, there were still so little opportunity at the beginning because there was only so many dispensaries open that they thought, oh, I'm going to get ahead of the game by by taking all these courses. And these programs just raked in so much money on programs that are not worth the paper that the certificates printed on.  Speaker 2 [00:26:02] Yeah, I fell for it. I fell for it or I bought I don't even I don't remember the, the fake university that I purchased it from. I don't think that they're in existence anymore. But it was I paid for it and then I couldn't access the courses and then it shut me out. It was a mess and they still gave me some type of certificate. I don't even remember what the certificate was for and it didn't help me at all. And and the thing is, is that, you know, we just touched on how people have different attitudes depending on where you are in the industry and our previous episode. But a lot of the things I learned was from interviewing people who had been in this industry a lot longer than me, you know. And now I'm that person who's been in this industry a lot longer. But I still feel like there's so much to learn. And so.  Speaker 3 [00:27:00] Well, that was another thing, too, you know, because not everything like we touched at the beginning was negative about the early days of cannabis. It was that swapping of ideas. Like that's how we learned just from from talking to people. And now, you know, you do see a little bit more of that that gatekeeping where it's it's decided who is privy to that information, you know, who deserves to get that information. We're at you know, there's beginning years. Like people just loved talking about ideas, talking about possibilities, talking about products that didn't exist yet that could. And like I said, there was some unfortunate cases where people got their ideas lifted, you know, for other people to make large sums of money on. You know, so that definitely wasn't good. But, you know, that openness and that willing to discuss ideas because at that time, people's main focus was on on how we can make this world better. All these amazing things that hemp and cannabis can do that could revolutionize the world. You know, and taking our our health into our own hands, it was exciting. It was exhilarating. And people just wanted to share those ideas. A lot of it.  Speaker 2 [00:28:17] Had to do with the change in legislation as well, because like one of our friends, she started off in this industry by just giving it was like a co-op and she was just giving people their medications. She wasn't charging them. She was able to grow it and formulate it for people. I know that's not the right word for me, but you know what I mean? Like she was able to tailor people's treatment plans and it was a real like holistic co-op. But then the laws changed and she wasn't allowed to do that anymore. And that happened a lot. I mean, a lot of the people that are were our first guess. They were coming up with these really revolutionary ideas and they really were in it for helping the patients, helping the people who need who want to better their lives with plant medicine. I mean, we don't have to always say the patients, but, you know, with that mentality of this is going to improve your life and not just financially. And then it shifted. And obviously that's that's for later on. But yeah, I, I don't want to say that it was all bad. It was definitely challenging in the past and it's still is very challenging. And we're not here to just speak negatively about the industry as a whole. Obviously, we're still in it.  Speaker 3 [00:29:38] So yeah, but we have to we have to recognize I mean, the past leads to our present and our present paves the way to our future. So, you know, we've seen the good and the bad of the past, you know, that have led us into this present, which is both a mixture of of good and bad. And, you know, we need to recognize these things and talk about them. So that way when we get to our future, maybe we can ratio that a little bit stronger on to a good and not so much on on a negative. And but to do that, we need to be open and honest about where we came from in this industry as a whole. You know, what was the beginnings of this industry? What were the intentions of this industry at the beginning? What are we looking at now? What are the intentions that are in place now? What are the actions that are being taken now and what plans do we have for the future?  Speaker 2 [00:30:34] Yeah, and what happens in the future when you don't want to be on campus anymore? That's something that we'll touch on because that is a very complex subject in itself and so look forward to that. And before we end, I have to give a shout out to our sponsor Nature, Gaia, and listeners can get 10% off any non sale item by entering the code. Why h cause. Anything you want to add before we end? Speaker 3 [00:31:07] No, I'm just very excited to be here with you. Definitely. People check out that metro guy. Their products have been absolutely amazing. So, you know, I want to just be saying that for S's and geez, you know, I do consume it on a daily basis and it's done wonders. So definitely check them out and I look forward to talking to everyone next episode.  Speaker 2 [00:31:31] Until next time, say hi and beautiful. Bye.  Speaker 1 [00:31:36] Thanks for listening. You can find us on Instagram at Your Highness podcast or on Twitter at Finest podcast. Be sure to rate us on.  Speaker 2 [00:31:47] ITunes and subscribe.      

The Filmmakers Podcast
Story Creation & Leadership with Inside Out, Up, Cars 2 creative director Shawn Krause

The Filmmakers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 46:47


On today's Friday special, hosts Dom Lenoir & Tobias Vees welcome a man who has worked on your favourite animation films in the last 20 years – animator & story creator Shawn Krause. He has worked at Pixar since their early days – his filmography includes masterpieces such as Finding Nemo (2003), Cars (2006), Up (2009), Cars 2 (2011), Inside Out (2015), Incredibles 2 (2018), only to name a few. In 2020, he joined the newly formed animation studio Spire as a creative director.In our conversation, Shawn chats about· starting a new studio· storyboarding· difference between live-action & animation· learnings from Disney & Pixar· favourite movie moments in his work· leadership· career paths in animation… and on Patreon, he talks about· distribution· influences and getting into animationShawn gave a very interesting insight into the world of animation. Nothing you want to miss! So sit back, relax and listen to our lovely chat with Shawn Krause. EPISODE LINKSCheck out Spire Animation Studios PATREONBig thank you to:Lee HutchingsMarli J MonroeKaren NewmanWant your name in the show notes or some great bonus material on filmmaking?Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects! Our new 4 tier structure is in place. Come join the community!https://www.patreon.com/thefilmmakerspodcast MERCHSpread the Word with Our Merch T-Shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Masks and Water Bottles all now available in some very cool designs. SUPPORT THE PODCASTRead & Sign Up for The Wrap Up – Our weekly Newsletter with news and information from the world of filmGet in touch? Email us thefilmmakerspodcast@gmail.com CREDITSThe Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesaldersonEdited by @tobiasveesSocial Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieepMarketing Huw SiddleLogo and Banner Art by Lois Creative Theme Music by John J. Harvey Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Time Out with Tony!
The Incredibles

Time Out with Tony!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 29:53


The first Pixar movie to not even feature a talking magic creature of any kind. The Incredibles took the world by surprise in what may have been one of the best years of 2000s cinema

The Super Review Show - Podcast Edition
Mixed Bag - Sequels That Waited Too Long

The Super Review Show - Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 76:20


On This Weeks Episode of The Super Review Show's Mixed Bag - Podcast Edition The J-Man and Bill discuss movies with Sequels That Waited Too Long to make!! Movies from Toy Story 3 (and 4), Incredibles 2 and Top Gun MaverickEnjoy this weeks Mixed Bag!!Follow our Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SuperReviewShowInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesuperreviewshow/Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuperReviewShow

Drinking Age Movies
Ep 113: Something Amazing, I Guess

Drinking Age Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 51:42


Today the Oscar Grouches continue the path of the Best Animated Feature with "The Incredibles"

At The Disney Movies With the Harts

This week we revisit our favorite Super FAM. With some new powers but still the same old family love. The Incredibles 2 from 2018. 

The Always Believer Podcast
Motivational Monday: I never look back, darling

The Always Believer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 18:23


Edna Mode from The Incredibles reminds us to be present and setting boundaries, and is what this Motivational Monday episode is all about.  From speaking your mind to standing your ground, join host Ariadna as she shares her stories and discussion on our need for attachment and connection with other people.

How Star Wars Is It?
Ep 197: The Incredibles

How Star Wars Is It?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 54:41


We're not talking the holidays this week. We're talking about a random topic that we both know a little about and didn't need to do any research for, okay?? Sometimes that's what you have to do when you have to record a bunch of episodes in advance alright?? We're talking about The Incredibles! It's a great movie and a great episode about the movie! We also play some Incredibles Only Connect and it's Incredible Incredible. Enjoy! You can contact the show at agoodpodcast@gmail.com and @HowStarWarsIsIt on all platforms. You can also follow Mike @MikeGospel on Twitter and @WordGospel09 on Youtube and Instagram and Josiah @JosiahDotBiz on social media and on his website josiahrobinson.biz. And don't forget to rate and review on iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts! And if you REALLY like the show, once again, head over to our Patreon at patreon.com/howstarwarsisit for bonus episodes, Star Wars movie commentaries, and more!

Valentine's Battle Of The Sexes
Name One Of The Children From The Movie "The Incredibles"

Valentine's Battle Of The Sexes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 6:03


Listen to Valentine in The Morning every weekday from 5a-10a on 104.3MYfm in Los Angeles.

Just The Nobody's
Episode 53: Dark Web Theories! Urban Legends! Dark Disney Theory!

Just The Nobody's

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 52:33


In this episode we talk about some crazy news and the dark web. Ryan talks about the most common last names and a dark Disney theory about The Incredibles. He also talks about the most common dreams that everyone has. Daniel talks about one of the worst punishments in history and some scary legends and games!

WELSTech Video
694 – One Button Dissertations

WELSTech Video

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 63:35


WELSTech is back with our Incredibles of EdTech series. We welcome Rachel Feld to the discussion of multi-purpose tools that would make Elastigirl proud. MLC Spring registration is open, there's still room for you at the Lutheran Leadership Conference, and picks of the week includes buttons for all things, including starting your car, and a […]

WELSTech Audio
694 – One Button Dissertations

WELSTech Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 63:34


WELSTech is back with our Incredibles of EdTech series. We welcome Rachel Feld to the discussion of multi-purpose tools that would make Elastigirl proud. MLC Spring registration is open, there's still room for you at the Lutheran Leadership Conference, and picks of the week includes buttons for all things, including starting your car, and a […]

The Coolness Chronicles® with Ryan Luis Rodriguez

For our seventh episode, it's Brad Bird's 2004 animated Pixar masterpiece "The Incredibles"!How hard is it to make something so perfect? Why did it take until 2004 to simulate squash-and-stretch in the CG realm? Is recording commentaries before a theatrical release tempting fate? Should your wonky yet affable host ever make another episode without any clips?For the answers to these questions and more, press play now!Ryan's Recommendations: "Trolls World Tour" (2020), "Pom Poko" (1994), and "The Shadow" (1994)For exclusive bonus content and early releases of every episode, join our Patreon and become an Official Minder: http://www.patreon.com/onetrackmindpodcastTheme Music by: Bildschirm (bildschirm.bandcamp.com). Artwork by: Lacie Barker. Support the show

Mousetalgia! - Your Disneyland Podcast
No. 40: An Incredible evening at Pixar

Mousetalgia! - Your Disneyland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 67:11


Mousetalgia's Best Ear Ever #40: An Incredible evening at Pixar from June 11, 2018. Contact us at comments@mousetalgia.com. Dave and Becky traveled to Emeryville in 2018 to see a Super VIP screening of "The Incredibles 2" at the Pixar Animation Studio and Mousetalgia reports from the event. Women in Animation (WIA) hosted an exclusive screening of the new film at Pixar, and Dave and Becky were able to attend. During the event, attendees were able to meet and speak with female animators, artists and filmmakers involved with the production. We discuss the Pixar campus, stories about Brad Bird, the techniques of modern computer animation, the status of women in the field of animation, and finally offer a spoiler-free glimpse at the new installment in the Incredibles franchise. Bonus: a spoiler-free review of "Bao," the short presented before Incredibles 2. Plus - Pirate Redd joins the the Pirates of the Caribbean; John Lasseter will be leaving the Walt Disney Company; Solo box office disappoints; and more.

The 250
312. The Incredibles - Bird Watching 2022 (#230)

The 250

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 159:05


Hosted by Andrew Quinn and Darren Mooney, and this week with special guests Deirdre Molumby and Graham Day, The 250 is a weekly trip through some of the best (and worst) movies ever made, as voted for by Internet Movie Database Users. New episodes are released Saturdays at 6pm GMT. This week, we're continuing a season focusing on the work of one particular director: Brad Bird's The Incredibles. Bob Parr was living an exciting life as the superhero Mr. Incredible, until a change in public opinion forced him to hang up his tights for good. Settling down to start a family with Helen, Bob still yearns for the adventure and excitement of his youth. Out of nowhere, a mysterious woman appears with an offer that seems too good to be true, drawing Bob back into a life that he never fully abandoned. At time of recording, it was ranked 230th on the list of the best movies of all time on the Internet Movie Database.

The Movies We've Never Seen Podcast

Today on the Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, Mike is joined by his good friend Michael where they watch the worst Bollywood film imaginable, the alleged 1980s Kevin Bacon classic Footloose. This episode does contain *SPOILERS* for Footloose, The Incredibles, Friday the 13th, Kill Bill Vol.2 and minor spoilers for Ti West's X, Bone Tomahawk and Cabin in the Woods. This podcast may contain STRONG LANGUAGE and ADULT THEMES. Not Recommended for children. This episode is Rated R. On The Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, we talk about a movie that one or more of the hosts have not seen. In the fist half of the episode, we talk about our pre-viewing thoughts, expectations and impressions about it punctuated by a small trivia quiz and other fun facts. We then give the movie a tentative rating (on a scale of 0-5 Snake Plisskens) based on the discussion. We then come to the intermission, where we take a break and watch the film in question. In the second half we have a similar conversation and discuss our post-viewing thoughts and see how right, wrong or on the nose we were about the film and give it our final rating. Links: Twitter: @MWNSPodcast Insta: @MWNSPodcast Contact with questions or suggestions at MWNSPodcast@protonmail.com Friends Links: Alex at Altiora Aerial Unmutual Citizen on ETSY and Twitter AJ On Instagram and ALL THE LINKS Mike also has a non movie related podcast with his good friend sometimes enemy Patrick where he rambles about random topics called All Downhill. You can check that out on Twitter @alldownhillshow or at their home page. All Music in this episode is Prod. by Yung Kartz and used with License. All clip samples are used under either Public Domain or Fair Use.

Disney Plus Us
The Incredibles

Disney Plus Us

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 67:06


Time to dust off that super suite! In this show we talk about, a new Night at the Museum Movie, Nutcracker Hiphop, Willow and so much more! Also, we take a good look at the Incredibles, is the magic still there? Is it worth all the fuss? Tune in to find out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/disneyplusus/message

The Lorerunner
Rumination Analysis on Incredibles 2

The Lorerunner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 49:32


Rumination Analysis on Incredibles 2

Middle Class Film Class
Gab & Chatter: Werewolf by Night / Dave Made a Maze / Doctor Sleep / Willy Wonka / Charlie & The Chocolate Factory / Evil Dead (2013)

Middle Class Film Class

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 69:54


On this episode: The Passion of Scott Fischer-Noe, and new-release Listener reviews. PLUS Wall-E breaks the Disney Criterion seal, and ESPN 8: The Ocho…  heading back to the silver screenIn news: Scott Fischer, Jesse, Stab Comedy, www.twitch.tv.stabcomedy , first week of the month, Hulu, Venmo, Listener Chris, Antichrist, Tank Girl, Joel, Geiger's All Grain Review, Jurassic Park Dominion, Dead Space, John Carpenter, Ghost of Mars, Barbarian, Men, Jessie Buckley, Force Five Podcast, Jason Kleeburg, Jim Carrey, Cinnemaddicts, Joseph Bridges, The Cable Guy, Training Day, reparations, Green Day, Wall-E, Criterion, Disney, Pixar, Andrew Stanton, Grand Budapest Hotel, Terrier 2, Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Cars, Soul, Up, The Rock, Armageddon, The Incredibles, Violet, Justin Long, Vince Vaughn, Dodgeball 2, Ben Stiller, Anchorman 2, Zoolander 2, Rip Torn, Tropic Thunder, Kirk Lazarushttp://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com    -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/-Sponsor - N/AJoseph Navarro    Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe    Streaming Picks:Evil Dead (2013) - HuluWerewolf by Night - Disney+Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - HBO MaxWilly Wonka and the Chocolate Factory - HBO MaxDeadstream - ShudderDave Made a Maze - Amazon PrimeCabinet of Curiosities - The Viewing - NetflixDoctor Sleep - HBO Max

Place to Be Nation POP
Pop Goes The Classics - The Incredibles Live Watch

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 118:30


On a special episode of Pop Goes The Classics, Andy Atherton is joined by Michael Cook to do a live watch of 2004's The Incredibles. Originally broadcasted live on Stream Lounge, they duo gives their thoughts on the family's super powers; the fun names of the heroes and villains; superhero “marks”; The Incredicoaster; The Super Relocation Program; leftover night; incompetent bad guys; Omnidroids; the mysterious Mirage; Edna's rules for superhero suits; villain monologues; Helen's pilot skills; Kari the babysitter; superhero stances; arguing over directions and Frank & Ollie. So remember: no capes!   To watch along on Stream Lounge, click this link: https://www.streamlounge.io/watch/24ee54fc-f91c-4b11-bfc2-4fd9ca465ed9

Dane Baptiste Questions Everything
Episode 184 Gilli Apter: Is Comedy Dead Or Am I Dead Inside?

Dane Baptiste Questions Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 53:20


Welcome to Dane Baptiste Questions Everything, a podcast where comedian Dane Baptiste, producer Howard Cohen and a special guest take turns posing questions that just need answering. On this weeks episode we chat to comedian Gilli Apter whilst she is in London doing her comedy performances. Gilli brings her brilliant dry sense of humour to the table and her golden question sparks a great debate amongst Dane and Howard about the comedy industry. Dane also manages to quote The Incredibles whilst still managing to sound incredibly profound... You can now support us on Patreon for ad free and video content at https://www.patreon.com/dbqepodcastPlease rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and beyond. #QuestionEverything @DBQEPodcastDane Baptiste Questions Everything, this has been an Insanity Podcasts production.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/danebaptistequestionseverything. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Sounds of Hollywood
Voice-Over Actress Rebecca Davis

The Sounds of Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 54:52


We all know the path to an acting career is long and windy, but did you know the path to getting a part in "The Incredibles" winds through a pizzeria bathroom in Chicago? I get up close and personal with the first ever recipient of the Don LaFontaine Voiceover Spirit Award, the first female nominee for a Golden Trailer Award for Best Voiceover in 10 years, Rebecca Davis. You've certainly heard her voice before, but just didn't know it. Rebecca's giving spirit comes through while we laugh about the importance of taking your craft (but not yourself) seriously.

Mass-Debaters
One on One: 104 2000s Movies with Amanda Kohlhofer from the Sip list

Mass-Debaters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 67:03


We are sitting down with Amanda from the Sip List Podcast, and she is doing her very own 104 2000s movie tournament. Check out this episode to see what she think is the best movie from the 2000s is. If you want to do your own tournament, please contact us, and we will set it up. Here are all the movies in the tournament: Watchmen (2009) STEP BROTHERS (2008) Cast Away (2000) BAD SANTA (2003) LOVE & BASKETBALL (2000) THE DARK KNIGHT (2008) PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL (2003) THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING (2001) BRIDGET JONES'S DIARY (2001) LOST IN TRANSLATION (2003) BARBERSHOP (2002) GLADIATOR (2000) THE HANGOVER (2009) THE PRESTIGE (2006) SIN CITY (2005) ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (2004) OCEAN'S ELEVEN (2001) CHILDREN OF MEN (2006) TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE (2004) NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (2007) ELF (2003) SHAUN OF THE DEAD (2004) THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA (2006) IRON MAN (2008) WEDDING CRASHERS (2005) UP (2009) BLACK HAWK DOWN (2001) THE WRESTLER (2008) HAPPY FEET (2006) MEAN GIRLS (2004) V FOR VENDETTA (2006) BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) PARANORMAL ACTIVITY (2007) WALL-E (2008) BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM (2002) THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS (2005) ERIN BROCKOVICH (2000) MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING (2002) WALK THE LINE (2005) HAROLD & KUMAR GO TO WHITE CASTLE (2004) SHREK (2001) THE INCREDIBLES (2004) IN BRUGES (2008) CHICKEN RUN (2000) DONNIE DARKO (2001) SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE (2008) REMEMBER THE TITANS (2000) CASINO ROYALE (2006) CORALINE (2009) HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER'S STONE (2001) REQUIEM FOR A DREAM (2000) TRAINING DAY (2001) THE 40-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN (2005) CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON (2000) KILL BILL: VOL. 1 (2003) THE RING (2002) Grindhouse (2007) IDIOCRACY (2006) THE PIANIST (2002) SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE (2003) UNBREAKABLE (2000) THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM (2007) X2 (2003)JUNO (2007) COLLATERAL (2004) SPIDER-MAN 2 (2004) LEGALLY BLONDE (2001) THE DEPARTED (2006) AVATAR (2009) AMERICAN PSYCHO (2000) INSIDE MAN (2006) MINORITY REPORT (2002) STAR TREK (2009) THE HURT LOCKER (2008) LOVE ACTUALLY (2003) DISTRICT 9 (2009) SPY KIDS (2001) ZOOLANDER (2001) 28 DAYS LATER (2002) 300 (2006) SUPERBAD (2007) BEST IN SHOW (2000) MR. & MRS. SMITH (2005) BORAT: CULTURAL LEARNINGS OF AMERICA FOR MAKE BENEFIT GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN (2006) ALMOST FAMOUS (2000) NATIONAL TREASURE (2004) TROPIC THUNDER (2008) INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS (2009) FINDING NEMO (2003) LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE (2006) TRANSFORMERS (2007) NAPOLEON DYNAMITE (2004) TAKEN (2008)ZODIAC (2007) MAMMA MIA! (2008) THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS (2001) THE NOTEBOOK (2004) MOULIN ROUGE (2001) THE SCHOOL OF ROCK (2003) TWILIGHT (2008) SAVE THE LAST DANCE (2001) HOT FUZZ (2007) SAW (2004) MILLION DOLLAR BABY (2004) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support

The Pixie Chicks
Episode 179 : Disney News & Holly's 'Incredible' Visit

The Pixie Chicks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 60:07


Join Amy and Holly for a look at the latest news including a fire in EPCOT and another Stoney Clover drop! Holly then gives her thoughts on staying in the new Incredibles themed rooms as well as her experience as the 'first family' of Beaches and Cream.Follow us on IG : @thepixiechickspodcast 

Mouse House Weekly
Best Disney Movie of 2004

Mouse House Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 66:37


Colby is celebrating his 18th birthday, so he and Darrell are debating which Disney movie is the best from the year of his birth, 2004! As Bryce mentioned last week, 2004 wasn't a particularly strong year for Disney movies, BUT there are a few standouts! We've chosen The Incredibles and National Treasure to go head to head.  Colby will argue for The Incredibles and against National Treasure, while Darrell will argue for National Treasure and against The Incredibles. Let us know who you think won the debate via any of the links below!   Connect with Mouse House Weekly: Facebook community Twitter Instagram Golden Spiral Media Feedback Page  

Life in the Credits
065 The Incredibles with Showrunner and Executive Producer Rich Rosenthal

Life in the Credits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:54


Rich Rosenthal, Showrunner and Executive Producer, joins Susan and Ben to discuss The Incredibles, a 2004 animated action adventure. Rich shares what it's like having an Emmy and James Beard award winning career as the showrunner for Netflix's Somebody Feed Phil. He discusses getting his start as a production assistant working on commercials, becoming an executive producer on Adult Swim's ‘Children's Hospital', transitioning a show from PBS to Netflix, and getting to travel the world eating delicious food with his brother Phil Rosenthal. Rich plays our “Somebody Feed the Movies” game. Follow Rich on IMDB. Watch “Somebody Feed Phil” on Netflix and find recipes from the show in the “Somebody Feed Phil the Book” cookbook available from Simon & Schuster wherever books are sold. Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts to help us reach more listeners. Find out about our guests and upcoming events by following us at Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, contribute to our Patreon, or shop at lifeinthecredits.com. Life in Our Credits Hosts: Susan Swarner and Ben Blohm Executive Producer: Michelle Levin Logo Art: Melissa Durkin Music Composer and Performer: Steve Trowbridge

Golden Spiral Media All Inclusive Feed
Best Disney Movie of 2004

Golden Spiral Media All Inclusive Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 66:37


Colby is celebrating his 18th birthday, so he and Darrell are debating which Disney movie is the best from the year of his birth, 2004! As Bryce mentioned last week, 2004 wasn't a particularly strong year for Disney movies, BUT there are a few standouts! We've chosen The Incredibles and National Treasure to go head to head.  Colby will argue for The Incredibles and against National Treasure, while Darrell will argue for National Treasure and against The Incredibles. The post Best Disney Movie of 2004 appeared first on Golden Spiral Media- Entertainment Podcasts, Technology Podcasts & More.

Bruin Success
Jeff Kryka M.A. '08, Ph.D. '11, Film and Television Composer

Bruin Success

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 37:24


Los Angeles-based composer Jeff Kryka has been awarded by Turner Classic Movies, ASCAP, the RMALA, and the Henry Mancini Foundation. As both a composer and orchestrator, his work has been featured in major motion pictures, TV-shows, video games, and heard in concert halls across the globe. Jeff studied music composition at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (B.M. 2006) and at the University of California-Los Angeles (M.A. 2008 & Ph.D. 2011). He has taught music theory, ear training, and composition at UCLA and the Colburn Conservatory of Music. In addition to his own composition work, he has collaborated with composers Michael Giacchino, Laura Karpman, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Alex Lacamoire, Nathan Johnson, Chris Tilton, Nami Melumad, Erran Baron Cohen, Morgan Kibby, James S. Levine, & Paul Chihara. Some of his recent credits include composing the score for the Disney+ original documentary series The Imagineering Story, and the documentary feature Traces of the Brush, as well as orchestrations on: Spider-Man: No Way Home, Jurassic World: Dominion, The Batman, Lightyear, Nightmare Alley, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Vivo, Lovecraft Country, What If…?, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Jojo Rabbit, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Incredibles 2, Coco, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Jurassic World, Star Trek Beyond, War for the Planet of the Apes, Inside Out, & Zootopia. For more information, and to listen to samples of Jeff's music, please visit www.jeffkrykamusic.com.

Straight Up
Kanye vs the world and what the Kardashians did next

Straight Up

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 53:00


Sorry for the late episode this week hunnies… the kitten ate our homework. Ok, not quite – though Kathleen does have a new kitten – but actually we had our celeb guest reschedule last minute. And, instead of leaving you all in the lurch (because obv you can't get through the weekend without us), we did recorded a spontaneous deep dive into the topic EVERYONE is talking about this week: Kanye's disastrous Paris fashion week, in which he wore and presented a White Lives Matter T-Shirt. And then, because Kathleen is actually a Kardashian academic (ok, not really, but almost), we thought we would also treat you to a thorough dissection of the Kardashian Klan: from Kimye's twisted mythology (ft an excellent The New Yorker piece on why their trajectory is modelled on The Incredibles by @Kardashian_Kolloqium's MJ Corey) to Kourtney's work ethic and Khloe's body positivity. Plus, important questions: is Kim a good role model? Is money her main motivator? Are Kanye & her in a secret business partnership? And was her relationship with Pete scripted by Hulu? Dive in! Enjoy, leave us a review, and hop into our DMs @straightuppod to let us know what you think of the whole wild saga. We'd love to know! Kathleen's IG: @kathleen.m.johnston Ellie's IG: @elliehalls1 Straight Up's music and editing is by Marlon Percy. Find him on Instagram @marlonpercy

The Uneducated Duo
The Best Pixar Villains Of All Time. McDonald's Now Has Adult Happy Meals.

The Uneducated Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 77:32


One gotta go Pixar villains. Randall from Monsters Inc, Sid from Toy Story, Syndrome from the Incredibles, Hopper from A Bugs life. Liangelo Ball has signed for the Charlotte Hornets. The Phoenix Suns Lost to the NBL Adelaide 36ers. McDonalds released new Adult happy meals. The FIFA World Cup is about to start. Kanye West wears a White Lives Matter jacket alongside Candice Owens. The Hypothetical moment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theuneducatedduopodcast/support

A Pinch of Pixie Dust: The Podcast
S3 E25: The Incredibles

A Pinch of Pixie Dust: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 34:27


Happy last episode of Increditember everyone! In this episode, we talk about Pixar's, "The Incredibles".  We discuss what happens in the movie, our thoughts, and some fun facts about the movie. We hope you will join us for this incredible episode!

Magical Mindset Moments
Our Incredible Internal Compass

Magical Mindset Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 24:27


Our emotions are like magnets that can point us to true north. But they can be really hard to fully feel and dissect in our busy, everyday lives. Also, as Jen acknowledges in this episode, a lot of this internal work can feel like naval gazing. There can be a temptation to either stay on the inside and never do anything with the new information acquired or to skip it altogether in favor of tackling something more active. But the truth is that if we want to connect more fully to our values, we must begin by cultivating this deep self-awareness. And then - equally important - move towards action informed by what we learn. We don't want to get stuck just in feelings. We want to progress to where we can identify the deeper truth that the feelings are trying to signal us to. And we explore ways to do just that in this episode of the Magical Mindset Moments Podcast. Want to join our Magical Movie Night for The Incredibles where we create our personal and family manifestos? Come support Magical Mindset Moments on Patreon and, when you do, you'll gain access to every Magical Movie Night guide we've created - and receive a new one each month! We're kicking it off with Incredibles and cannot wait to explore the deeper life lessons from Disney movies with you, our amazing Magic Fam.  Thank you for being here. And, now, on with the show! This Week's Big Think: Peek into the dark corners where your big feelings are living and simply ask yourself what those strong emotions are inviting you towards. What are they indicating about your deeply held values? Loving the podcast? Support Magical Mindset Moments by joining the Magic Family on Patreon.

We Love the Love
Boomerang

We Love the Love

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 58:41


In 1992, Eddie Murphy, director Reginald Hudlin, and the writers of Coming to America made a foray into the world of romantic comedies with Boomerang, a movie about a playboy who decides it's time to settle down. Join in as we discsus the movie's shockingly racist critical reaction, the changes to the script along the way, token white people, and the 1992 MTV Movie Awards. Plus: Remember that horny Incredibles 2 review? When exactly does Angela move into Marcus's place? Can we get Marc that mushroom outfit? And, most importantly, why is this movie called "Boomerang"? Make sure to rate, review, and subscribe! Next week: Hocus Pocus (1993) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/we-love-the-love/message

The Nerd Expansion
36. Natalie Weiss & Riffing

The Nerd Expansion

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 55:21


Welcome back to The Nerd Expansion! Today's guest is the one and only Natalie Weiss and her nerd love is Riffing. It's awesome.Acclaimed singer and highly sought-after vocal coach, Natalie Weiss, has become a global sensation. Her online presence skyrocketed with the viral, “Breaking Down The Riffs®," a game-changing, fun approach to pop technique, which has become a growing standard in the industry. Natalie has worked with everyone from Broadway greats to iconic TV and media personalities including Tori Kelly, Ben Platt, Katharine McPhee, Pentatonix, Gaten Matarazzo, Chrissy Metz, Shoshana Bean and Cheyenne Jackson, just to name a few. She has performed to sold-out audiences and has led master classes in dozens of major cities across the US and abroad.  Natalie's voice can be heard on The Greatest Showman soundtrack, Dear Evan Hansen cast recording, The Incredibles 2 jingles, and various musical theatre composers' albums. She has performed on Broadway in Everyday Rapture, Off-Broadway in Emojiland, in national tours of Wicked & Les Miserables, and regional productions of Ghost and Chess. She was also an American Idol season 4 semi-finalist. Natalie holds a BFA in musical theatre from Penn State University. This past year, she released her premiere digital course, The Guide To Breaking Down The Riffs®. Find Natalie:Natalie's instagramNatalie OfficialNatalie Voice (Breaking Down the Riffs Course available!)Hosted By: Nick Bowan & Sasha WeissTheme song written by Korrie YamaokaPerformed by Sasha Weiss & Korrie Yamaoka

Marvelvision
SHE-HULK: "Mean, Green and Straight Poured Into These Jeans"

Marvelvision

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 74:46


Extreme David Bowie voice: Fashion! This week on She-Hulk we get a glimpse inside the world of the MCU's version of Edna from The Incredibles, Luke, a designer who does all the best superhero costumes. While Nikki and Our Beloved Pug find out how to get Jen an appointment with him, She-Hulk tussles with Titania in a court of law. All this plus news and observations about the cost of pizza, but if you don't want to hear that stuff skip right to 25:28!See you again next week, and as always, thanks for listening. 

Jumpers Jump
EP.96 - PRINCESS DIANA THEORY, RAPPER DEATH COINCIDENCES, & INCREDIBLES THEORY

Jumpers Jump

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 84:59


Jump in with Carlos Juico and Gavin Ruta on episode 96 of Jumpers Jump. This episode we discuss: Rolling loud got everyone sick, Rappers death coincidences, Princess Diana theory, Queen Elizabeth is still alive, Through the fire and flames story, AI generated messages, People manifest the future, Lil Tay and XXXtentacion theory, Fast food agenda, God's Plan music video theory, having blind faith, gaining confidence, and much more! As a listener of this podcast, you'll get $100 off of your first month at Talkspace.com Just use the code JUMPERS Follow the podcast: @JumpersPodcast Follow Carlos: @CarlosJuico Follow Gavin: @GavinRutaa Check out the podcast on YouTube: https://bit.ly/JumpersJumpYT Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Queen Of The Ratchet
Ratchet Incredibles

Queen Of The Ratchet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 0:45


Let me smell yo d*** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/queenoftheratchet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/queenoftheratchet/support