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Herschel Walker struggles to make a coherent point about walls, Spotify Wrapped has dropped and Twitter ends its Covid misinformation policy. Filmmaker Ondi Timoner discusses "Last Flight Home," and actor Gabrielle Union talks about her movie "The Inspection."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As broadcast November 29, 2022 with perfect attendance! Tonight we pay tribute to the late, great George Harrison, who passed on this date 21 years ago. Obviously one of the understated members of the Fab Four, he nonetheless had a huge presence and his career after the band broke up left a trail of massive influence on the music world. Kat Bass is back on the gig in studio for this evening's showcase, with a great deal of super highlights on a very strong playlist. Tunes from serpentwithfeet, Jadu Heart, Haunter, and Gwak Tae Poong definitely added shine to the stage tonight, so do check!#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)George Harrison – Let It Downmeija – How You Likeapril june – making out at the cemeteryEli Smart – Baby BenzingJulia Pratt – Odysseyserpentwithfeet – The Hands Part II (33:50)Peach Tree Rascals - Yesterday Park Soeun - About everything Owell Mood - Vanishing CatsJadu Heart - Freedom Vox Rea - Julia Elvis Depressedly - In That Sound Part III (61:16)Cheon Jinwoo - 여름좀비 (Summer Zombie)Haunter - Voodoo Trailer Mazey Haze - I feel Like A Child Ethel Cain - famous last words (an ode to eaters) Woo - Repeat Marni - Fragile Part IV (92:39)Ian Frandsen - Westcoast Cowboy Dayglow & Endel - Then It All Goes Away (Dancing) Beach Novels - undress GLOSSER - Movies Ducktails - Jack O Lantern Gwak Tae Poong - Memory
Gabrielle Union shares how she spent Thanksgiving this year and explains why she continues to be a truth teller in Hollywood. Plus, she's joined by director Elegance Bratton, who is the director of “The Inspection,” and they share about the making of the true story based on his life. Then, “Avatar: The Way Of Water” actor Sam Worthington discusses the challenges behind making the film and how he measured up to co-star Sigourney Weaver when it came to holding your breath underwater. In Hot Topics, the co-hosts react to the Senate passing the Same-Sex Marriage Bill, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Inspired by the real life story of writer and director Elegance Bratton, "The Inspection" tells the story of a young gay man (Jeremy Pope) who struggles to find acceptance for his identity both at home, and as a part of the U.S. Marine Corps. Bratton and Pope join us to discuss the film, which is in theaters now.
On this holiday week edition, Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy look at the films in theaters (if briefly) for Thanksgiving. One that you can catch on Shudder is Noan Segan's Paper Moon-like vampire tale (Blood Relatives), then you can go to theaters if you choose to see Luca Guadagino's tale of young love and cannibalism (Bones and All). If you don't want to wait for Amazon Prime, check out this year's Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winner (Nanny) and if you can't wait a month for Netflix, get out to see the exclusive one-week release of Rian Johnson's sequel to Knives Out (Glass Onion). Elegance Bratton tells an autobiographical tale of a gay black man joining the Marines (The Inspection) and J.D. Dillard has the story of the first black pilot during the Korean War (Devotion). Steve takes a look at Disney's animated sci-fi offering for families (Strange World) and the pair conclude with a dive into Steven Spielberg's long-awaited origin story (The Fabelmans). 0:00 - Intro 1:50 - Blood Relatives 8:55 - The Inspection 20:27 - Nanny 27:31 - Bones and All 41:12 - Devotion 52:30 - Glass Onion 1:08:18 - Strange World 1:17:01 - The Fabelmans 1:38:0 - Outro
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Joe Ochal, the Founder of The Chimney Scientists, a full-service chimney and fireplace company based in southeastern Pennsylvania, just outside of Philadelphia, which provides general services, including chimney and fireplace repairs, inspections, and cleanings. They also sell and install high-quality fireplace enhancements, such as gas inserts, wood stoves, and even firewood in bulk. Beyond their services, the Chimney Scientists is committed to providing full training and certifications to their employees and are helping tackle critical issues, locally and abroad, from watershed testing for healthier ecosystems to reducing emissions from burning firewood to improving health care access in West Africa. Tune in to learn more!
Sometimes our co-hosts really struggle to come up with a character to discuss for our show. But actor Raúl Castillo (The Inspection, Cha Cha Real Smooth, Looking, and much more) went with his gut, and what came to mind immediately was The Outsiders, and especially Matt Dillon's character of lead "greaser" Dallas "Dally" Winston. Jordan, Raúl, and you the listener will all learn at the same time just why this character stuck with him all these years. ***With Jordan Crucchiola and Raúl Castillo
Gotham- and Independent Spirit Award-nominated Gabrielle Union talks about her work in Elegance Bratton's film "The Inspection." She discusses her advocacy work for LGBTQ rights, what's next for her and even weighs on some of the media obsessions including "The Slap" at last year's Oscars ceremony. Later, we chat with actor Claire Foy about “Women Talking.” But first, the roundtable dissects the bombshell news about Bob Iger's return to Disney once again as CEO, and how it all came about. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Builder's Warranty Inspection requires the inspector to know the building industry's “one/two-year fit-and-finish warranty,” but not all builders are the same. Learn the information you need to know with Certified Master Inspector® Randy Meadows. For more webinars, visit nachi.org/webinars.
Van and Rachel discuss Kyrie Irving's return to the Brooklyn Nets and Black Hebrew Israelites showing up in support (22:34), before reacting to the tragedy at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs (35:24). Then, Gabrielle Union joins the show to discuss her new film ‘The Inspection' and motherhood in the face of public scrutiny (46:46). Hosts: Van Lathan Jr. and Rachel Lindsay Guest: Gabrielle Union Producer: Donnie Beacham Jr. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Inspired by his own life's story, ‘The Inspection' is Elegance Bratton's debut feature film — a story of a young, gay Black man who, after facing rejection from his mother and with few options for his future, joins the Marines. It's a story of triumph over even the most oppressive adversity and prejudice. Elegance virtually sat down with Vocalo's Ayana Contreras to discuss the film, its reception and his story which inspired it. This interview was produced by Ayana Contreras for Vocalo. ‘The Inspection' is set for theatrical release Tuesday, Nov. 22. For more information, visit A24films.com.
A professional CDL instructor explains how to make the Pre-Trip inspection easier for your CDL road test.Our Website: cdldrivingacademy.comOur Instagram (@cdldrivingacademy): instagram.com/cdldrivingacademyOur Facebook (@cdldrivingacademy): facebook.com/cdldrivingacademyCDL Driving Academy is the GREATEST CDL school available in the United States. We offer training for your CDL permit, simulation training with our state-of-the-art trucking simulator, AND hands-on yard and road training to prepare you for your CDL road test. If you are looking to get a CDL and want to train with only the BEST CDL school, give us a call TODAY to get started on your ROAD TO FREEDOM with your new career!
Kym remembers good times with her sister Daena, and cries over Will's music box gift. Lauren inspects Morgan's room and discovers there is more to her than she realized. She interrogates numerous people, using her lie-detecting skills to uncover people who she will have to return to later. Despite some people's reticence, she manages to uncover Morgan's killer, only to dodge a bullet when going to his apartment.
Gabrielle Union is a veteran in the game. We know her name, her beauty, and her work. No one can deny her star power. We start this conversation with the question, what is the difference between being an entertainer vs an actor? Union eloquently explains the difference. Union then tells the “WHY” behind this role in her upcoming film, The Inspection. As I said before we all know Union - the entertainer, but we are about to be introduced to Gabrielle the actress. The Inspection is in theaters now! Connect @CariChampion @GabUnionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Downeast Mike Episode 66 *News & Commentary* November 18th, 2022 Our Motto: Some of this is whimsy – some of this is true – the interpretation of it all is entirely up to you! Today is Friday, November 18th, 2022 In today's episode: CMP Requests A 15% Rate Increase (1971) Inmates Build Forklift Tank And Escape (1971) Republicans Demand Election Result Inspection (1879) Maine's Mineral Of The Moment Thank you for listening! Please send your birthday wishes, comments and requests to mike(@)downeastmike.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/frank-w-norwood/support
As Congresswoman Karen Bass is officially announced as LA's next mayor, the homelessness crisis here keeps growing, and Angelenos are losing trust in City Hall. Billions will watch the World Cup as kicks off on Sunday. But this year's event is plagued with scandals and allegations of human rights abuses. Critics review the latest film releases: “The Menu,” “She Said,” “The Inspection,” “Bones and All.” William Kentridge is best known for his charcoal illustrations and unique animation style, where he draws a picture, films it, makes changes by erasing and redrawing. Thirty years of his work is now on view at the Broad Museum.
This week Mitchell and slim discuss their growing watchlists including Bones and All, The Menu and She Said. There is also a discussion about a topless Dennis Quaid so YMMV. After a quick look back at recent releases and community reviews, they shuffle their watchlists with witchy camping trips gone wrong and Jackie Earle Haley in a wig. Weekend Watchlist – Updated Weekly list > movies mentioned in this episode. Letterboxd reviews and links mentioned: Transcripts of podcast episodes available Cory Everett's Bones and All review movie enjoyer's The Menu review shoji's The Menu review Flynn's The Menu review Gemma's She Said review fran hoepfner's She Said review Ella Kemp's EO review Joe Reid's The Inspection review Kev's Black Panther: Wakanda Forever review Aeon's Falling for Christmas review scott17's The Fabelmans review Ian's The Game review Angel's Smile review Amanda Wheeler's My Cousin Vinny review Fran Hoepfner's Four Faves episode Kier-La Janisse's Four Faves episode Letterboxd's Top 50 Horror Films of 2022 Jack's Top 50 of 2022 list Credits: This episode was recorded in Philadelphia and Delaware, and edited by Slim. Facts by Jack. Transcript by Sophie Shin. Theme: ‘IZON' by Trent Walton.
"The Inspection" had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and later screened at the New York Film Festival (NYFF) as the Closing Night Film. Elegance Bratton's feature directorial debut pulls from his own life experiences to tell a powerful, inspiring story of a Black gay man who joined the Marines when he had nowhere else to turn to in life for love, support, or purpose. Stars Jeremy Pope and Raúl Castillo were kind enough to spend a few minutes talking with Dan Bayer and I about their characters in the film, working with Elegance, going to "boot camp," how important the story is for today's society, and more. Enjoy, and please check out the film in limited release from A24 on November 18th and then going wide on December 2nd. Thank you! Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
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Connor Crawford | Pike Robotics - Autonomous Robotic Inspection Platform Transforming Inspection of Oil & Gas facilities through Custom Robotic Solutions Pike Robotics was spun out of UT's Nuclear and Applied Robotics Group and originally funded by Phillips 66 to help with the real need they have for maintaining their product storage and refining facilities. We provide a next-gen robotic solution for in-service inspection of floating roof storage tanks (simulation and demo of robot Here) (Inspection results video Here). Our alternative to manned entry inspections increases safety of personnel, reduces operational issues associated with confined space permits and tank downtime, and accurately quantifies previously subjective inspection results. This approach also makes the seal inspection process simpler and less costly to the tank owner operators. The ability to monitor a large source of methane emissions also allows Pike to play an important role in cleaning up our environment, while at the same time improving the Environment, Social, & Governance scores of many companies in the Energy space. www.pikerobotics.com About Connor: Connor is the CEO & Co-Founder of Pike Robotics. He officially transitioned into the world of Robotics by returning to graduate school at UT Austin in 2019 and working as a GRA for the Nuclear and Applied Robotics Lab (NRG). While pursuing research and studies, he formed a business to commercialize the technology directly related to his research. This novel wall-climbing inspection robot technology will improve maintenance operations in the Energy industry. For most of his adult life, Connor has been involved in all aspects of engineering, from mechanical design and analysis to electronics to programming. He spent four years in the Aerospace Industry, working mainly for Lockheed Martin as a design engineer on the F-16 retrofit team, a manufacturing engineer on the Dream Chaser spaceship, and other Classified Programs. --- This episode is sponsored by Brex: Brex is the all-in-one financial toolkit for every scaling business. With products built for scrappy startups, expanding mid-market companies, and large international enterprises, Brex has a suite of financial products that cater to the uniqueness of your business. If you're a founder or overseeing spend in a large organization, Brex keeps your team's spending within policy, on budget, and housed in a single dashboard, saving you time, money, and stress. With everything from free interest-yielding bank accounts & corporate cards to expense management & budgeting and so much more; Brex is your go-to all-in-one financial platform for scaling your business! Learn more at https://brex.com/ --
On this episode we were joined by special guest Chris Juneau. Visual inspection for lower limb malalignment diagnosis is unreliable Nguyen HC, van Egmond N, de Visser HM, et al. Cartilage. Published ahead of print. doi:10.1177/19476035221113952 Due to copyright laws, unless the article is open source we cannot legally post the PDF on the website for the world to download at will. Brought to you by CSMi – https://www.humacnorm.com/ptinquest Learn more about/Buy Erik's courses – The Science PT Support us on the Patreons! Music for PT Inquest: “The Science of Selling Yourself Short” by Less Than Jake Used by Permission Other Music by Kevin MacLeod – incompetech.com: MidRoll Promo – Mining by Moonlight
Should you encourage your buyers to get an inspection on new construction? It is a loaded question. On today's episode of the Real Estate Fight Club Podcast, Jenn and Monica sort it all out on what is important and why, don't miss it! Episode Highlights: Do you really need to get an inspection of new construction? Monica used to work for a builder and she weighs in with her opinion. Jenn brings up how the builders are pulling permits on things, where does that come into play in whether or not to have an inspection? Are house inspectors trained and licensed? Jenn mentions how buyers should not solely rely on the inspector if they decide to get one, or solely rely on the builder, but rather they need to be there regularly and understand what is going on. Monica always recommends a pre-drywall inspection and explains why. She brings up other big things you may want to check on. A good inspector represents the buyer and protects their investment. Jenn and Monica talk through scenarios they have experienced with new construction. Does it depend on who your buyer is and what their comfort level is? What if they were previously a builder? As a real estate agent, you do share a responsibility through the process to make sure they are getting what they pay for. Monica shares a story where water was pulled by a back door concrete pad and leaking through into the basement. If you have stories about the importance of inspections, let us know, share them! Tiebreaker today, Brandon Thomspon, is a broker owner of STR Wealth Brokers out of North Georgia/metro Atlanta. Brandon Thompson has been around all aspects of real estate for a very long time. He has a lot of experience and advice to share. Brandon was a part of an experience where a buyer bought and didn't get an inspection. The seller was hiding things on purpose. BRandon advises that just because you pass permits doesn't dismiss the need for inspection and explains why. In this particular story, the house flooded and things were shifting in the house. Jenn asks Brandon what he thinks would be going through a buyer's head when they think they may not get an inspection for a new home? $600 give or take is worth having eyes look at what you're buying rather than spending the hundred of thousands of dollars to then have your house sinking. Jenn says that an inspection on a new property can come back with two pages of issues not necessarily because the builder is bad but because there are a lot of things that go into constructing a home. Brandon Thompson shares his experience with brokerages, flips, long-term rentals, etc. 3 Key Points: An inspection on new construction is a good investment just as it is on a pre-existing home. Jenn and Monica talk through scenarios of why. Getting people to come back out after the fact to fix things is much more difficult than doing so up front. You should be recommending your clients to get an inspection because you do share a responsibility through the process to make sure they are getting what they pay for. Resources Mentioned: Jenn Murtland LinkedIn | Facebook | (513) 400-1691 | Website | Instagram https://jennifermurtland.com/Vault/ Monica Weakley website | LinkedIn | Facebook Real Estate Fight Club Podcast Facebook page | Instagram | YouTube Brandon Thompson: https://www.instagram.com/brandongthompson/ https://www.strwealthbrokers.com/ Thank You To Our Incredible Sponsor Partners (Get Great Discounts with these links) Coach John Kitchens - What type of Agent are You? What is your RIGHT Career Path Take this quick quiz and find out - https://www.realestatecareeraccelerator.com/ Ghostpostr - https://www.ghostpostr.com/ (Get It For FREE!) Cyberbacker - https://cyberbacker.com/ (Get a FREE gift by simply saying you heard it on Real Estate Fight Club) Pipeline Pro Tools - https://pipelineprotools.com/fightclub/
Today on Go Gaddis Real Estate Radio, we interview Alex Newton, Inspection Specialist with Northwest Exterminating to discuss, "Are You Prepared for Fall Pests?"
Todd Field, the writer, director and producer of “Tár,” discusses working with Cate Blanchett and Nina Hoss, some of the film's most burning questions and how long until we get another feature from him. Later, we chat with actor Jeremy Pope about his new film “The Inspection.” But first, the Roundtable talks about some of the year's top animated and documentary contenders with “Good Night Oppy” opening this week in theaters and “Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio” premiering at AFI Film Fest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Humanity has deep longings that are ultimately satisfied by the presence of God. Throughout scripture we see the beauty and hope in God, who has always intended to dwell with His people. We enter into a new portion of Exodus and a new sermon series, "God Dwells Among Us." This week Pastor Matt preaches out of Exodus 36-39.
THIS WEEK IN MTG Welcome Magic Folk, to This Week in MTG. Your aggregate news source for all things Magic: The Gathering. Whether you are a new listener or a returning one, we are glad that you are here! Below we have all the important links that you will need. This is where you can find us online linktr.ee/ThisWeekinMTG Please check out our AMAZING sponsor, JWW Sports Cards and Gaming! They have you covered on all things Magic supplies and product. They also ship all across America and can help get your cards graded through PSA or Beckett. Hit them up with any questions and let them know that we sent you! Intro and outro Music: Higher Up by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com. EVENTS: Magic 30 JWW RCQ Paradox RCQ NEWS: MaRo BRO Teaser WoTC and MagiKids Starter Commander Decklist Phyrexia: All Will Be One Weekly MTG Update Secret Lair Countdown Hasbro Earnings Summary FINANCE: Weekly Winners tcgSniper.com
You placed your roach bait as usual but the problem is only getting worse. What is the issue? On today's edition of the Pestgeek Podcast, host and integrated pest control professional Franklin ‘The Pestgeek' Hernandez gives us a quick breakdown of the areas that are most often overlooked when performing a German roach inspection. On…
Actor Raul Castillo sat down with Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk. In the newest episode, Castillo talks about the backstory for the much-anticipated movie “The Inspection,” what it's like to be a person of color in the film industry right now, the parallels he draws between his career and his character in “The Inspection,” and much more.
I am joined again by 1st Time Flipped Home Buyer and Army Veteran Sergeant First Class Ramiro Rodriguez (Aka Ray), United States Army Retired. Hires Me To Inspect His 1st House! Ray invited his realtor Rick Albert to join us for his input about his home purchase and inspection process. This podcast episode is the Post Inspection Interview! Ray had some great questions in the Pre-Inspection interview which helped set some realistic expectations about what i might find in his flipped home built in 1966. Well, I inspected the house the day after the pre inspection interview, It turns out i actually found a few system defects that i pre warned ray about which was good because i preset expectations before the inspection.Ray does have the gift of gab so we went off topic a few times and discussed muscle cars Vs electric cars, NHRA drag racing etc. Compound bows and target practice as well as Rays morning hunting routine. Below are links that Ray wanted to share with any veterans looking to purchase a home. Ray said the VA Loan process was a good experience overall and highly recommends looking into it.Thank You All For Your Servicehttps://www.veteransunited.com/va-loans/https://www.veteransunited.com/lo/cj-bommarito/Rick Albert is a Realtor, House Hacking Investor, and Landlord here in Los Angeles. His expertise has been published in a variety of news outlets including Apartment Therapy, BankRate.com, and The Real Estate: Los Angeles Real Estate News. He brings a wealth of knowledge from buying foreclosures at the courthouse steps to selling multimillion dollar properties. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0NMalPSU-gMfALyoxeNswQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rickbalbert/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rickbalbert/If you are looking to add an ADU to your property or need to get an existing one permitted contact Rick Albert.http://rickalbertonline.com/Rick also has a very helpful youtube channel that covers all things real-estate. Please like and subscribe.https://www.youtube.com/c/RickBAlbert
It's season finale time in Westeros, and Zach and Johnny are breaking down the shocking finale of “House of the Dragon.” Plus, reviews of the first batch of movies seen at Film Fest 919.4:52 - “House Of The Dragon” Season Finale Recap ||34:00 - Looking back on Season 1 and what's next? ||53:00 - Film Fest 919 Recap ||54:00 - “Devotion” Review || 1:01:39 - “Close” Review ||1:10:17 - “Women Talking” Review ||1:28:09 - “The Inspection” Review ||Subscribe to The Rewind: bit.ly/itfr-rewind Make sure to follow Inside The Film Room on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and YouTube for all the latest movie news (@insidefilmroom), and be sure to subscribe and rate/review five stars wherever you get your podcasts!
Technology has brought us to a place where mobile phones have better cameras than the most advanced manufacturing lines had ten years ago. Vision inspection technology has come so far that the barriers to entry in terms of investment and technological feasibility have made vision automation accessible to all manufacturers. Austin Appel is the Co-Founder of Overview, an AI deep-learning vision platform for manufacturing. At Overview, Austin is responsible for leading product development and operations. Previously, Austin spent four years at Tesla in battery manufacturing and research and development roles. In this episode, Austin talks about the advancements in vision inspection technology. Join us as we discuss: The underlying problems within manufacturing facilities How is technology helping to alleviate labor problems What's different now vs. 20 years ago in vision technology for manufacturing How Overview fits into the overall picture of vision technology
The answer is Yes! 100% yes! We have Ben Grove with VIP Home Inspections talking about the importance of having a home inspection on your new home build and did you know that you are covered by your builder for about 1 year and can have them fix items found on that inspection report?! Keep watching to learn more! Thanks for watching! Subscribe to our channel to get the updated market trends each month for Las Vegas, and other great real estate tips and news! Tune in every Saturday at 11am to 101.5FM & 720AM, KDWN, The Talk of Las Vegas to hear Las Vegas Real Estate Now! Call Harvey for all of your Real Estate needs: (702) 203-1165. Visit our radio show website: lvrealestateradio.com/ Visit our real estate website: blankfeldgroup.com/
You already know about the big “Black” blockbusters coming to a cineplex near you this season. There's Black Adam, DC's comic book flick. And, of course, the much anticipated Marvel movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. But what about those dramas made for adult audiences? We highlight films you should seek out on the silver and smaller screens.
On this episode: Aronofsky defends Fraser, The Mummy 4 with a familiar face, and Netflix's new business model. PLUS Liam Neeson sounds like Leslie Neilson, right?!? And John Carpenter calling his shot in the video game movie game...In news: Rachel Weisz, Jet Li, Predator, Super Mario Bros, Mario Mario, Luigi Mario, John Leguizamo, Bob Hoskins, Dennis Hopper, Mario Lemieux, Darren Aronofsky, Brendan Fraser, The Whale, Mean Girls, Daniel Franzese, TLC, Gabourey Sidibe, Ryan Reynolds, Martin Luther King, Chris Pratt, Michelle Yeoh, aria Bello, Dodgeball: An Underdog story, Justin Long, Indiana Jones, Nathan Drake, Binge Lord Dan, Air America, Sneakers, The Three Amigos, Leslie Nelson, John Hamm, Nathan Fielder, Will Arnett, Will Forte, Akiva Shafer, Lonely Island, Lego Movie, THE Movie Trivia Game, Lego Batman, Ricky Gervais, Extras, Derry Girls, Dan Gregor, Doug and, Chip and Dale, Andy Samberg, Alec Sulkin, Netflix with ads, Jerkmate, pornographic websites, NFL, Quest for no Trailers, God's Creatures, The Inspection, Tar, Cate Blanchett, White Noise, Weird Al Movie, The Little Mermaid, Indiana Jones 5, NYCC, Disenchanted, All Quiet On The Western Front, Babylon, Damien Chazelle, Dead For a Dollar, Walter Hill, Barbarian, Hellraiser, Carmel by the sea, BloodyDisgusting.com, John Carpenter, Wes Craven, Dead Space, Doom, Harrison Ford, Clerks 3, Wolverine, Steelershttp://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:Annihilation - Paramount +Texas Chainsaw Massacre - ShowtimeRings of Power - Amazon PrimeAs Above So Below - HuluThe Grimcutty - HuluDeadstream - ShudderDerry Girls - NetflixHellraiser (2022) - HuluThe Devil Below - Netflix
Director Elegance Bratton and cast members Jeremy Pope, Gabrielle Union, and Raúl Castillo, and producers Effie Brown and Chester Algernal Gordon present and discuss The Inspection, the Closing Night selection of this year's festival, with NYFF Executive Director Eugene Hernandez. Known for his affecting and dynamic documentary Pier Kids, about homeless queer and transgender youth in New York, and the Viceland series My House, on underground competitive ballroom dancing, filmmaker and photographer Elegance Bratton has made his ambitious narrative debut with The Inspection, a knockout drama based on his own experiences as a gay man in Marine Corps basic training following a decade of living on the streets. In a breathtaking first cinematic starring role, Tony– and Emmy–nominated actor Jeremy Pope is run through an emotional and physical gauntlet as a young man dealing with the intimidation of a sadistic sergeant (Bokeem Woodbine), his desire for a sympathetic superior (Raúl Castillo), and his complicated feelings toward the mother who rejected him (a revelatory Gabrielle Union). Bratton's film is a nuanced portrait of American masculinity and evocation of the military during the Don't Ask, Don't Tell era, as well as a forceful, electric work of autobiography. An A24 release.
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With regional festivals and special screenings in full effect, films like Everything Everywhere All at Once and Women Talking may find themselves with a distinct advantage: their casts seem to really, genuinely love spending time together. Plus, a look at the New York Film Festival premieres of She Said and The Inspection and deep dives on the endlessly fascinating best original song and best director races. Find Little Gold Men on Twitter: @HWD Follow our hosts: @kateyrich, @rilaws, @beccamford, @davidcanfield97 Our editor and producer is Brett Fuchs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices