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In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, the continued attempt to find box office life in the Terminator films, and a modestly-priced movie that demonstrated the power of a trailer.For the third attempt to make a new Terminator trilogy of movies, the plan this time was more straightforward: bring James Cameron back to the series, and give him a big chunk of creative power again. With Deadpool director Tim Miller also on board, hopes were high - but problems were mounting.The simple concept of a bear taking a lot of cocaine meanwhile became fuel for a very R-rated studio film - even if there was some dispute about the title for a while...---Find Simon on Twitter at @simonbrew, and the podcast can be found at @filmstoriesSupport this podcast: www.patreon.com/simonbrew.Find our print magazines at store.filmstories.co.uk Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On the newest episode the guys take on AI with Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Did we record this episode on a cold Christmas Eve? But first does Jake have a frail LA body? Did one of the guys go to midnight mass in Hawaii? Does Cody fear Chicago's winters? Did the guys nail another segue? Has Anthony been a robot from the future this whole time? Who is T-42069? Did people in the 90s go crazy for Bad to the Bone? Is Arnold Schwarzenegger the best action star of all time? Did he change the hierarchy of power in Hollywood? What drinking game are we adding to the show? Which Peacemaker actor appeared in this movie? Is Stephen Lang the T-1000 of Robert Patrick? Will the world be like the beginning of T2 in 6 years? What 90's actor can Cody not remember? Could DJ Qualls beat the Terminator? Is James Cameron Jesus Christ? Is this the best James Cameron film? Is this the best action movie? Was Budnick for the streets? Did Nickelodeon put out bangers back in the day? Is James Cameron a better director than Michael Bay? Is Sarah Connor one of the best female leads? Is T2 the best sequel of all time? Is this movie as scary as the first? Is Kevin McCallister a killer? Is T-1000 intentionally a cop? Did the special effects age well? Who's the John Connor of the pod? Are the other Terminator movies worth watching? Are all James Cameron movies connected in a cinematic universe? Plus we give bonus Pesci's for the movies Bros and Nope! Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ComicsandChronic Check out our website: https://www.comicsandchronic.com/ New episodes every THURSDAY Follow us on social media! Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @comicsnchronic YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC45vP6pBHZk9rZi_2X3VkzQ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cody Twitter: @Cody_Cannon Instagram: @walaka_cannon TikTok: @codywalakacannon Jake Instagram: @jakefhaha Anthony Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @mrtonynacho YouTube: youtube.com/nachocomedy
La poesía se esconde en las cosas más sencillas. En una noche de punk con escoliosis, en un helado chupi chupi, o en algunos casos, en un documental de James Cameron que puede ser al mismo tiempo insulto malandro, disco de música indie o hit single de rock argentino. Hoy la poesía está escondida en nuestro Patreon, al que te puedes unir aquí.
This week Matt and I try out the 2022 and 2023 Old Forester single barrel barrel proof picks from the Cove Cocktail bar in West Covina. They are both exceptional pours perfect for any bourbon enthusiast. They go great in an Old Fashioned as well. After our tasting we discuss the iconic sci-fi action film "The Terminator".
The winner of the Best Picture Cast Action Tournament, Terminator 2: Judgement Day! We get into it all as we return to the world of James Cameron and Arnold! Check out our Best Picture Merch: https://best-picture-cast.creator-spring.com/ Follow us on Social Media, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Letterboxd: @bestpicturecast Email us email@example.com Follow The Co Hosts on Twitter: Steve B: @steveonfilms Jay Dowski: @JayDowski Joey R: @joey0314
Llegó el día de hablar de una película titánica, de la película más cara... de 1997, del rey del mundo, James Cameron, de icebergs y témpanos de hielo, de conflictos de clases sociales, de Leo y Kate... ¡Llegó el día de hablar de TITANIC! ¡Acompáñanos en este viaje por el océano Atlántico junto a Josaika Gimón-León, experta en retratos al carboncillo, joyas de valor incalculable y barcos insumergibles!
Animal Attack April has left us a little on the mauled side, so we're heading back to space for a special, supersized flashback episode discussing the ever-goopy GALAXY OF TERROR!! Now you can relive (or experience for the first time) this deep dive into Alien-sploitation! In the first half, we're joined by Josh Hollis and Brian Skinner as we discuss space-based Happy Hour games, decide if human seat belts really work, and get attacked by E.M., The Extraterrestrial Maggot! Then in the back half, it's time to get busy with active seniors across the galaxy, meet Kermit the Xenomorph, and debate why so many of the scares in the film come from behind! Face your fears and rule the universe with us today!!Our TeePublic shop for killer merch is right here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/kill-by-kill-podcast?utm_campaign=18042&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Kill%2BBy%2BKill%2Bpodcast%2BHave something to say? Find us on Twitter @KillByKillPod Join the conversation about any episode on the Facebook Group! Follow us on IG @killbykillpodcast Check out the films we've covered & what might come soon on Letterboxd! Get even more episodes exclusively on Patreon! Follow our station on vurbl: https://vurbl.com/station/2bdTISeI3X/ Artwork by Josh Hollis: joshhollis.com Kill By Kill theme by Revenge Body. For the full-length version and more great music, head to revengebodymemphis.bandcamp.com today!
Comic Quick Stop 21 GramsGet M A D with Chris Graves 5-3-2023 Phil HesterThis episode of Get M.A.D. with yours truly, I welcome comic book writer & artist Phil Hester! We chat about his time working with filmmaker Kevin Smith on Clerks / Jay & Silent Bob comics, Green Arrow, Swamp Thing, horror comics, creating characters that later appear in film & television, selling his own projects to Hollywood including James Cameron, the notorious "21 grams" experiments, creativity, and more. I can't wait to speak with Phil again. Enjoy!Links for Phil Hester:https://twitter.com/philhesterhttps://www.facebook.com/philhestercomics/https://comicvine.gamespot.com/phil-hester/4040-6833/https://www.dc.com/talent/phil-hesterhttps://imagecomics.com/creators/phil-hesterhttps://www.marvel.com/comics/creators/869/phil_hesterEverything Chris Graves can be found on his Linktree: https://linktr.ee/cgravesmassguyPayPal:http://paypal.me/SirhcSevargGet Mad Archives:https://ochelli.com/category/get-m-a-d-with-chris-graves/When Short Attention Span DJ Theater Returns, Chuck will only be using what listeners send to him. Please send audio Clips, Music, and sounds you think should be part of SASDJT to firstname.lastname@example.org and all of you will be responsible for the sounds of the LIVE music-based show on the network. Stuff you like, stuff you made, your friend's music, audio quotes you like, news clips, short audio from movies, whatever you think should be part of the audio, just send MP3s and we'll add them to the library.Chuck Ochelli, The Ochelli Effect Ochelli Link Treehttps://linktr.ee/chuckochelliYOUR HELP TO KEEP US GOING IS CRITICAL: https://ochelli.com/donate/Rokfin https://rokfin.com/ChuckOchelliBitchute Channel: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/oxL96KiJtQLP/Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ochelliSign-up on Ochelli.comhttps://ochelli.com/membership-account/membership-levels/LIVE LISTENING OPTIONS:OCHELLI.COM https://ochelli.com/listen-live/ RADDIO https://raddio.net/324242-ochellicom/ ZENO https://zeno.fm/radio/ochelli-radio/ TUNEIN http://tun.in/sfxkx
Dr. Chap Clark, a professor of practical theology and youth, family, and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary, offers an encouraging gospel-centered hope to help young people navigate the modern world. Drawing on his extensive experience, Dr. Clark emphasizes the importance of nurturing and healing, the use of different avatars, and engaging life faithfully with Jesus. He also stresses the significance of being present for children, recognizing the power of community, pursuing others with grace, and investing in relationships with kids. By following Jesus' teachings of love and connection, we can help young people find their identity, community, and faith in an ever-changing world.
This is episode 1/6 of our scifi miniseries. This episode is all about Aliens. We talk about how they are depicted in science fiction, what we think a real alien encounter would be and what is our favourite movie about aliens that we've covered here at SatMs!To get the conversation going we watched James Camerons series 'The History of Science Fiction'. It's well worth a watch! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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We're going back to basics with a Schwarzenegger classic in our brand new series on the 1994 masterpiece TRUE LIES! Join us as Kevin and John examine James Cameron's unfair(?) reputation, the film's French roots, our sleep snuggling preferences, and Nick Fury's imprint on the movie. This episode covers 0:00 - 26:25; Harry Tasker infiltrates a shady party, Harry tangos with Juno Skinner, a big shootout, Harry's out of whack work/life balance, and Aziz's cell is revealed.
Team Deakins speaks with cinematographer Russell Carpenter (TITANIC, TRUE LIES, AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER). We wade through the years-long process of shooting AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER, and Russell describes the unique environment James Cameron created to realize the film. We compare working on smaller, less effects-heavy projects with the contrary and discuss the joys of knowing what you got on the day and the immediacy of that type of filmmaking. Enjoy! - This episode is sponsored by TrueCut Motion
...What more can I say? We got an absolute heater for y'all today. Me and Justis scream at each other about Beau is Afraid, James Cameron, Barry, and much more, enjoy. Listen to All False Noise by Multiplex wherever you listen to music & listen to Microwave Minutes wherever you get podcasts. Subscribe, like, comment, or whatever. MERCH: http://rfat.bigcartel.com RFAT Audio Podcast Network: http://linktr.ee/rfataudio Everything Else: http://linktr.ee/rfat "I RFAT, YOU RFAT, WE RFAT" #ifeelliketuesday #rfat
The intense drama and riveting action in the newest primetime CBS hit series FIRE COUNTRY is accompanied by spectacular firestorms: The work of visual effects leaders CBS VFX which was selected by producers to create the namesake infernos and deliver other critical visual effects for the most watched new network series of the season. Led by VFX Supervisor Colin Strause, whose career includes such big-screen blockbusters as RAMPAGE, SAN ANDREAS and THE AVENGERS, CBS VFX brings together a visual effects crew of more than 100 people to deliver as many as 135 effects shots in every episode of the series from Jerry Bruckheimer Productions and CBS Studios. To make fire into a palpable antagonist in the series and to showcase the many different and terrifying forms that fire can take, the work from CBS VFX incorporates multiple elements, sometimes including actual pyrotechnics that were filmed on set in highly controlled circumstances. Although the series is set in Northern California, it is shot in British Columbia where extremely dry conditions mostly prevent the large-scale use of physical fire. FIRE COUNTRY is the largest in an impressive range of recent projects for CBS VFX, which have also included the acclaimed series ONE PERFECT SHOT for HBO Max and ARRAY Filmworks; and innovative virtual production solution to COVID-relateds challenges for THE DREW BARRYMORE SHOW; and special productions for the 2021 MTV Movie Awards and NCAA Final Four. CBS VFX has developed groundbreaking technology and created visual effects for multiple series across many networks, including Apple TV's ROAR, THE OFFER for Paramount +, THIS IS US on NBC, Netflix's DEAD TO ME, and BIG SHOT on Disney +. Brothers Colin and Greg Strause have charted a meteoric rise from self-taught artists working on local cable commercials in the suburbs of Chicago, to renowned visual effects gurus. Their careers began on the original run of THE X-FILES television show before working their way onto early CG-driven features, THE NUTTY PROFESSOR, VOLCANO, and the iceberg sequence of James Cameron's TITANIC. Founding their own VFX house, Hydraulx in 2002, the brothers have worked on visionary sequences for over ninety feature films including AVATAR, THE AVENGERS, SKYFALL, 300, CAPTAIN AMERICA, 2012, IRON MAN 2, BATTLE: LOS ANGELES and THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW. Their work on the latter brought Greg a BAFTA for Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects. In this Podcast, Allan McKay interviews the VFX Supervisor, Director and Producer Colin Strause about his start in VFX – from launching his own company Hydraulx to directing feature films – his learning on the job and working on the challenging fire sequences on FIRE COUNTRY on CBS. For more show notes, visit www.allanmckay.com/401.
It's Kramer vs. Kramer in this Biblical installment of the Saw franchise.LINKSOur PatreonOur YouTubeOur TikTokAri's WritingCREDITSCover artist: Isabel PereiraAri's and Isabel's Webcomic: MothorialMusic composition and arrangement: FlorrifyTheme by Garrett Stein-SeroussiCo-produced by New 32 Productions (indie media company co-owned by Charlie)FOR TRANS YOUTH IN CRISISTHE TREVOR PROJECTSUICIDE HOTLINEDial 998 or go to this websiteFriendly reminder that we're NOT experts in gender studies, psychology, or trans history! Questions? Feedback? Email us at email@example.com! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Certains bijoux ont une fâcheuse réputation. C'est le cas du diamant "Hope". L'un des personnages du film "Titanic", de James Cameron, porte un joyau, le "Cœur de l'océan", qui s'en inspire. Or, ce diamant est censé porter malheur à ses propriétaires. Certains prétendent que, si une véritable malédiction s'attache à ce bijou, c'est qu'il aurait été volé sur une statue de la déesse hindoue Sita. Quoi qu'il en soit, le diamant est découvert en Inde au XVIIe siècle. Il est exceptionnel par sa pureté et son nombre de carats : pas moins de 115. Le bijou est ensuite rapporté en France, où il est offert à Louis XIV. Ramené à 69 carats, il fera désormais partie des joyaux de la Couronne, jusqu'à ce jour de septembre 1792, où, à la faveur des soubresauts de la Révolution, il est dérobé par des voleurs inconnus. En 1812, le diamant réapparaît à Londres, sans qu'on sache comment. Faisant désormais un peu plus de 45 carats, ce joyau très pur semble désormais attirer sur ses propriétaires successifs une tenace malchance. En effet, le banquier anglais Henry Thomas Hope, qui l'achète en 1824, et lui donne son nom, est bientôt ruiné. Ses héritiers, qui héritent le diamant, connaissent aussi de graves revers de fortune. Quant au propriétaire suivant, il ne tarde pas à se suicider. Le diamant "Hope" fait aussi partie des biens du prince russe Ivan Kanitovitch, qui périt assassiné. En 1908, le sultan turc Abdülhamid II dépense 400.000 dollars pour l'achat du diamant, qu'il destine à l'une de ses favorites. Mais, la soupçonnant de noirs desseins, il la fait bientôt exécuter, avant d'être lui-même déposé en 1909. Le diamant "Hope" est ensuite récupéré par le joaillier Pierre Cartier. Il l'offre alors à une riche héritière américaine, Evelyn Walsh McLean, qui, malgré sa fortune, finit sa vie dans la pauvreté. On le voit, ce célèbre joyau semble bien avoir mérité sa réputation de diamant "maudit". Il est aujourd'hui conservé au musée d'histoire naturelle de Washington. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The guys take some of the Highest Grossing Movies of all time and try to debate which reigns supreme. Will a Marvel movie take the top prize? Or will a James Cameron movie be chosen as the best? Listen to see if your favorite wins!Support the show
Join this month's book club to talk about "The Second Mrs. Astor" by Shana Abe, a historical fiction detailing John Jacob Astor's second wife and their experience on the Titanic. Join Kara and Katera as they review the book and their love for James Cameron's famous movie, Titanic, for which it is the 25th anniversary of the release this year! The snack for today is baked apples! Visit us at http://www.booksandbrunchpodcast.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/booksandbrunch/support
This week the podcast enters strange uncharted territory without its TITular hero Dave. But when dads away the kids will play… so join Casey, Kate and Moisty Magic as the unholy trinity take you through a series of entertaining and inevitably cursed facts this week in Dave's absence.The trio of smellin' degenerates reference OJ Simpson way too often, figure out Mel Gibson's real name, James Cameron's real talents, discuss a revolting series of “would you rathers”, and hear some voice messages from our DVG family for Dave while he's away.Listen to us on itunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.or direct download the mp3 from the link below:https://www.buzzsprout.com/186739/12749473-casey-s-big-fact-hunt-with-moisty-magic.mp3?download=trueFollow Moisty Magic:https://www.instagram.com/missmoisty/https://www.instagram.com/politicswithapinup/https://www.buzzsprout.com/1868811Stalk us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or send us your sweet nothings at firstname.lastname@example.org #moistymagic #movies #film #davesvideograveyard #moviepodcast #filmpodcast
[CW: mild references to SA] Come with me if you want to live! In this episode we time travel into Terminator 2. We discuss the movie's diagnosis of Sarah Connor having schizoaffective disorder. We dive into the movie's portrayal of mental health services within an intensive institutionalized setting. We also break down John Connor as a kid who was raised by an unconventional parent who normalized a number of behaviors that would be considered criminal by mainstream society.
There are certain directors that when you see their name on a production you can expect great things, but as Piranha 2: The Spawning shows this wasn't always the case for James Cameron. Join James, Ryan, and Max as they head to the Caribbean for deep sea shenanigans and people getting what they deserve. Set Sail for 1:35:10 for the post episode wrap up where the GBBV Gang lets loose their final thought on Piranha II, the accompanying beer, a discussion of movies with notable underwater sequences, and What is more terrifying: Underwater vs. Space? Like what we're doing? Want to choose future episodes? Gain access to bonus episodes? Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/goodbrewsbadviews Opening theme: Tha Silent Partner – Prohibition Brew and Pork Chops
This week on Unclear and Present Danger, Jamelle and John watched “Canadian Bacon,” a 1995 political comedy written, produced and directed by Michael Moore, which takes aim at American politics in the wake of the Cold War. It stars an ensemble cast of John Candy (in his last film role), Alan Alda as the president of the United States, Bill Nunn, Kevin J. O'Connor, Rhea Perlman, Kevin Pollak and Rip Torn.In their conversation, Jamelle and John discuss Michael Moore's work and impact (especially on their political awareness), post-Cold War demobilization, deindustrialization and the ways that race and class work together in American life. New episodes come out every two weeks, so join the podcast then when we discuss James Cameron's “True Lies.”Connor Lynch produced this episode. Artwork by Rachel Eck.Contact us!Follow us on Twitter!John GanzJamelle BouieUnclearPodAnd join the Unclear and Present Patreon! For just $5 a month, patrons get access to a bonus show on the films of the Cold War, and much, much more.
TOTAL MASSACRE's science fiction month concludes with the biggest space marine story of them all, James Cameron's ALIENS. Rowan is joined by Carli Velocci and Ellie Warren to talk about James Cameron, Sigourney Weaver, production design, James Cameron's obsession with Titanic, trauma, cats, and Jim Cameron's career! Game over, man!
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In today's episode the docs discuss how Artificial Intelligence is already helping us be healthier and happier, and where the technology could take us in the future, Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
James Cameron's Titanic: Scene by Scene
In this episode we read a very sweet listener letter, discuss various historical facts and tidbits, more deleted scenes, Jack and Rose's friendship, James Cameron sprinkling in comedy during serious moments, plus some CRAZY set-ups and payoffs that (thankfully) didn't make the cut!! OUR SOCIALS: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Tumblr EMAIL: email@example.com Brittany's Letterboxd - letterboxd.com/brittanybutler Ethan's Letterboxd - letterboxd.com/thetwizard --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/titanicscenebyscene/message
Unsinkable: The Titanic Podcast
Chelsea Pinkard is back to discuss trends in historical fiction, HOW historical fiction can illuminate or box in the Titanic narrative, and why we can't quite ever get to that "Jack and Rose" moment in ship lit. We co-read the novel Titanic Girls by researcher Julie Cook (who has also published in the non-fiction realm about Titanic widows and orphans in Southampton). We break down the feminist themes in it and why they're so important. Crucial! We also find a little time to debrief about the 25th anniversary of the Cameron film. I wish Chelsea had time to be my co-host, she's incredible, but alas she'd BUSY researching maritime history in Australia. Though she's promised to come back once a year to update us!Find her on social here: https://www.instagram.com/chelseapinkardships/And buy a copy of Cook's novel via my Bookshop link! https://bookshop.org/p/books/the-titanic-girls-julie-cook/18961713?aid=80949&ean=9798215456668&listref=the-unsinkable-book-clubSupport the showSupport Unsinkable on Patreon for as little as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/unsinkablepodOr buy me a coffee!: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/labeadlesBuy Unsinkable shirts here!: https://www.bonfire.com/unsinkable-the-first-t-shirt/Support the pod via my Bookshop Storefront: https://bookshop.org/shop/unsinkablepodFind me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unsinkablepod/Website: https://www.unsinkablepod.com
Find more about Allen Jay and his work in the links below:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allenjay62Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allenjay62/Mindset Studios Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindset_studios_/Eaglestower Production Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eaglestower_production_/Mindset Studios Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsRNofZ3hxuejL2eCOPCoAAWelcome back to another episode of the First Generations Podcast. Allen Jay is a returning guest and made his first appearance on the platform in episode 43. In this episode, we talk about his projects like his feature-film and his fantasy novel that is currently in the midst of being written. We talk about the themes of authenticity and identity and the roles it plays in our society and our day to day. We also unravel these themes on some recent film release discussions such as James Cameron's Avatar 2: Way of Water and a comedy horror film, The Menu.Allen Jay is an American Film Director, writer, producer and actor. He studied acting at the Camden county college for a year and in 2013, he studied film at the art institute of Philadelphia. He acted in many stage plays since he was six years old and starred in his first lead short independent film roll called “ Azul.” He went on and was a background actor in the feature film called”Creed.” Our guest also directed his first feature film called “Family Secrets.” He started and co-founded Mindset studios and is the founder of Eaglestower production. Since 2019, he has done many mini short and short films and now in the processing to release his first feature film he written and directed called “Today will be Different.” He is also in the midst of writing a fantasy novel as well.Subscribe and Follow the podcast for updates on:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6eM...Website: https://www.thefirstgenerationspodcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/FirstGenera...
James Cameron is known for Titanic, Avatar, Terminator and one of the Alien movies. True Lies is often forgotten by most people. And what many don't know is that this a monster hit. It also gave Jamie Lee Curtis career the joint it needed. Also, ARNOLD! This maybe Peak Arnold.
Episode 92 marks the sixth and final appearance for Austin's friend, Henry Molski. To close out the April slate, the duo complete the final Live On Set film deep dive with all things Avatar. Topics include: James Cameron's success at the box office, his impact on filmmaking, and the cinematic beauty of Avatar 1 & 2.
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Welcome to the finale of "The Fate We Make." Bryan Dressel, Matt "Zombie Dog" Dykes, Joel DeWitte, and Ryan Lootens wrap up this series with a look at the Terminator franchise overall and how it has remained ambitious throughout, even if the execution wasn't up to snuff. A dense episode with a lot to unpack so stop reading these shownotes and hit that play button.
Star Wars Celebration takes place in the UK and the nuggets of SW stuff roll in, sending the boys down one of their favorite rabbit holes. From there talk turns to how the movie box office has ruined our perception of movies and lastly to the work of James Cameron.MotA-Minute: Beneath The Minute of the Apes - In Between are the segments wherein the guys take the time to record the cownversations they have in between recording sessions for MotA. Topics range from the personal to various pop culture tangents. "Minute of the Apes" is the daily podcast where Sean, Richard and Todd break down "The Planet of the Apes" movies, one minute at a time. At times they feel that the Netflix series went too far, but were overall good and deserve a new take within the existing MCU. The talk turns to COVID restrictions and a take on how it is handled in different cultures as Todd discusses having attended a funeral during the pandemic. Follow us on:Facebook @MinuteOfTheApesTwitter @MinuteOfTheApesEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: https://www.minuteoftheapes.com/http://moviesbyminutes.com/https://www.zeuscomics.com/http://divebarboombox.com/
2022 was definitely the everything bagel of movie years. No less an authority than Stephen Spielberg anointed Tom Cruise as the savior of movies this summer, which made sense given the success of "Top Gun: Maverick". Then came the fall, and excellent movies were released…and no one showed up. And even when they did, as with the $2.2 billion dollar gross accumulated by James Cameron's "Dances with Smurfs Part Deux", the movies barely seemed to make a dent in the cultural landscape. It didn't help that so many of our beloved directors released crappy movies: Aronofsky with the odious "The Whale", Russell with his how-could-it possibly-go-wrong-with-that-cast disaster "Amsterdam", Alex Garland with the puzzling (and not in an interesting way) "Men", Iñarritú inadvertently reminding us how brilliant both "Roma" and "8 ½" are with "Bardo", and the literal crapfest (elephant, in this case) that was "Babylon". Sometimes, it felt like 2022 was a living, breathing argument against the auteur theory. Yet there were some very good spots too, including not one but two really interesting portrait-of-the-filmmaker-as-a-young-man movies with "Fabelmans" and "Armageddon Time". The scene of the year? Cate Blanchett as Lydia Tar (née Linda Tarr of Staten Island!) arguing with one of her students about the pointlessness of cancelling Bach in Todd Fields' most welcome return. "Everything Everywhere" became the only film in history to win three acting Oscars and Best Picture. Underappreciated gems like "The Menu" and (sorry, John and Michael) "Don't Worry Darling", and even appreciated ones like "Aftersun" wormed their way into our brains and didn't let go, though I will never look at s'mores the same way again. And we even had a solid Oscars ceremony, with powerhouse performances by Rihanna and Lady Gaga and nearly an epic battle between Malala and Cocaine Bear. Plus, we got perhaps the most sublime moment in American film this century: David Lynch playing John Ford in a Spielberg film. That glorious scene almost took away the sour taste of the “Look, I'm doing Bergman!” montage of film history that ended "Babylon" not nearly soon enough. And while we liked "EO" better when it was "Au Hasard Balthasar", and "Living" better when it was "Ikiru", and we thought that the Siegfried Sassoon biopic "Benediction" was a better World War I film than "All Quiet", there were definitely some tasty tidbits to be found on that everything bagel. An up and down year, but to paraphrase the wondrous Lashana Lynch as Miss Honey in Matilda, it wasn't much, but it was enough for us.
If you're looking for a dose of wonder and inspiration, you're in the right place.In today's episode, Gay and Mike are diving deep into the art of staying open and how wondering can lead to infinite creativity.Gay shares the details about how he stays open and keeps that space of pure consciousness alive and working for him at ALL times. They'll also share their own personal stories, including a hilarious tale of Gay's experience in the Zen monastery of an LA traffic jam, and a connection he made with Ram Dass himself.But what really stood out to Mike was Gay's discussion of the “third way of manifestation” where we tap into a space of pure openness without any content. A deliciously limitless space where intuition and creativity flow freely, and the universe has no choice but to reveal itself to us in all its glory.So if you're ready to tap into your infinite creative muse and experience the wonders of the universe, tune in to their latest episode of The Big Leap.And who knows, you might even discover some new ways to beat LA traffic or find the key to connecting with extraterrestrial beings!Stay open, friends.Key Takeaways (03:03) Kafka said what?? (A surprising quote) (06:39) The Zen Monastery of an LA traffic jam (08:40) Mike's personal form of meditation + the art of being open (11:48) A party a James Cameron's house (27:09) Openness is like a relationship with a Muse Additional Resources Get a copy of Mike's NEW BOOK, Referral Party HERE! Get on the Early Bird List for The Big Leap Experience!
In this episode of The Big Score Grammy Award winner and composer, Simon Franglen, takes listeners behind the music of Avatar: The Way of Water, with water being one of the main inspirations for how Simon deftly created an ambient piece of music matching the stunning visuals of the film. But, creating unique water sounds was just one part of the process, tune in to hear how Simon created a new instrument, printed from his sketch on a 3D printer, and perfect for a character 10 feet tall with three fingers. A longtime collaborator with director, James Cameron, Simon also reveals in the episode how he came to work with Cameron initially on Titanic, winning a Grammy for “My Heart Will Go On” and which lead to them collaborating again on the original Avatar, alongside James Horner, and Avatar: The Way of Water. Follow The Big Score podcast here: https://www.instagram.com/bigscoreoff... https://www.facebook.com/TheBigScoreO... https://www.tiktok.com/@bigscoreofficial https://twitter.com/thebigscore
In his Oscar-nominated CLOSE, filmmaker Lukas Dhont uses the sparest dialogue, the gentlest music, and the most pastoral of images...to tell a shattering story about the brutal ways society turns boys into men.We're taking a mid-season break from our series on movie music to bring you this candid interview with Dhont—in which he tells host Rico Gagliano how he writes like a dancer, why this quiet film is intended as a loud political statement, and what it has in common with James Cameron's TITANIC.CLOSE is streaming exclusively on MUBI starting April 21 in the UK, Ireland, India, Turkey, and Latin America. MUBI is a global streaming service, production company and film distributor dedicated to elevating great cinema. MUBI makes, acquires, curates, and champions extraordinary films, connecting them to audiences all over the world. A place to discover ambitious new films and singular voices, from iconic directors to emerging auteurs. Each carefully chosen by MUBI's curators.
It's 1997. One movie about a love story set against one of the most iconic nautical disasters in history becomes embedded in the popular culture. With stunning set pieces, visual effects and period details, James Cameron's Titanic is a magisterial document of the vessel and its demise. And yet, there are oh so many things they got wrong.Patreon: patreon.com/themorbidmuseum Instagram: @themorbidmuseum Email:email@example.comArtwork: Brittany Schall Music: "Danse Macabre" by Camille Saint-Saens, performed by Kevin MacLeod
Movie Talk with Chris and Jake
Submit a topic/question: https://forms.gle/yGfYKbmJDRLvdbGm9 In this episode Jake reviews Avatar: The Way of Water, the new James Cameron movie. What did you think of this movie? Send feedback to us by: 1. Commenting on the YouTube video 2. Sending a voicemail: https://anchor.fm/movietalkwithjandc 3. Sending an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Intro music: https://www.bensound.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/movietalkwithjandc/message
This is one...impactful movie :/. Hang on tight for nautical nudes, cruise smooches, and bewildering boob. The person most confused by the film this week was: The Heart of the Ocean.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Blackest Questions with Dr. Christina Greer
Dr. Paula Kahumbu is a champion for wildlife conservation and she hopes her new project with National Geographic will further her cause. As an expert on the African savanna elephant, it made perfect sense for her to take part in James Cameron's series "Secrets of the Elephants." Dr. Paula Kahumbu joins The Blackest Questions in a special Kenya themed episode as she shares personal stories about her homeland and her wildlife adventures. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Vendredi signifie le jour de Vénus. Vénus c'est la déesse de l'amour dans la mythologie romaine. Si vous écoutez True Story, c'est que vous aimez que l'on vous raconte des histoires extraordinaires. Alors pour célébrer la déesse de l'amour, découvrez chaque vendredi des histoires d'amour hors du commun de Love Story, le podcast de Bababam qui parle le mieux d'amour. Dans cet épisode, nous nous intéressons à l'un des couples les plus emblématiques de l'histoire du cinéma : Rose et Jack, dans le film de James Cameron, Titanic. A sa sortie, Titanic est le film le plus cher jamais produit, avec un budget de 200 millions de dollars. Pour un tel projet, il faut de grands acteurs. Kate Winslet incarne Rose Dewitt Bukater. Leonardo Dicaprio est Jack Dawson. Titanic est un film catastrophe, mais surtout, une histoire d'amour, avec des personnages forts et complexes... Découvrez cette histoire de voyage, d'émancipation et de naufrage. Une histoire d'amour. Pour découvrir d'autres récits passionnants, cliquez ci-dessous : La Maison Frochot, la demeure hantée de Pigalle aux phénomènes inexplicables Marie-Antoinette, l'une des reines les plus scandaleuses de l'Histoire Ralph Baer, le père du jeu-vidéo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
Roger William Corman was born April 5, 1926, in Detroit, Michigan. Initially following in his father's footsteps, Corman studied engineering at Stanford University but while in school, he began to lose interest in the profession and developed a growing passion for film. Upon graduation, he worked a total of three days as an engineer at US Electrical Motors, which cemented his growing realization that engineering wasn't for him. He quit and took a job as a messenger for 20th Century Fox, eventually rising to the position of story analyst.After a term spent studying modern English literature at England's Oxford University and a year spent bopping around Europe, Corman returned to the US, intent on becoming a screenwriter/producer.He sold his first script in 1953, "The House in the Sea," which was eventually filmed and released as Highway Dragnet (1954).Horrified by the disconnect between his vision for the project and the film that eventually emerged, Corman took his salary from the picture, scraped together a little capital and set himself up as a producer, turning out Monster from the Ocean Floor (1954). Corman used his next picture, The Fast and the Furious (1954), to finagle a multi-picture deal with a fledgling company called American Releasing Corp. (ARC). It would soon change its name to American-International Pictures (AIP) and with Corman as its major talent behind the camera, would become one of the most successful independent studios in cinema history.With no formal training, Corman first took to the director's chair with Five Guns West (1955) and over the next 15 years directed 53 films, mostly for AIP. He proved himself a master of quick, inexpensive productions, turning out several movies as director and/or producer in each of those years--nine movies in 1957, and nine again in 1958. His personal speed record was set with The Little Shop of Horrors (1960), which he shot in two days and a night.In the early 1960s he began to take on more ambitious projects, gaining a great deal of critical praise (and commercial success) from a series of adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe stories, most of them starring Vincent Price. His film The Intruder (1962) was a serious look at racial integration in the South, starring a very young William Shatner. Critically praised and winning a prize at the Venice Film Festival, the movie became Corman's first--and, for many years, only--commercial flop. He called its failure "the greatest disappointment in my career." As a consequence of the experience, Corman opted to avoid such direct "message" films in the future and resolved to express his social and political concerns beneath the surface of overt entertainments.Those messages became more radical as the 1960s wound to a close and after AIP began re-editing his films without his knowledge or consent, he left the company, retiring from directing to concentrate on production and distribution through his own newly formed company, New World Pictures. In addition to low-budget exploitation flicks, New World also distributed distinguished art cinema from around the world, becoming the American distributor for the films of Ingmar Bergman, Akira Kurosawa, Federico Fellini, François Truffaut and others. Selling off New World in the 1980s, Corman has continued his work through various companies in the years since--Concorde Pictures, New Horizons, Millenium Pictures, New Concorde. In 1990, after the publication of his biography "How I Made A Hundred Movies in Hollywood And Never Lost A Dime"--one of the all-time great books on filmmaking--he returned to directing but only for a single film, Frankenstein Unbound (1990)With hundreds of movies to his credit, Roger Corman is one of the most prolific producers in the history of the film medium and one of the most successful--in his nearly six decades in the business, only about a dozen of his films have failed to turn a profit. Corman has been dubbed, among other things, "The King of the Cult Film" and "The Pope of Pop Cinema" and his filmography is packed with hundreds of remarkably entertaining films in addition to dozens of genuine cult classics.Corman has displayed an unrivaled eye for talent over the years--it could almost be said that it would be easier to name the top directors, actors, writers and creators in Hollywood who DIDN'T get their start with him than those who did. Among those he mentored are Francis Ford Coppola, Ron Howard, Martin Scorsese, Jack Nicholson, James Cameron, Robert De Niro, Peter Bogdanovich, Joe Dante and Sandra Bullock. His influence on modern American cinema is almost incalculable. In 2009 he was honored with an Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement.
This week we're gossin' 'bout Love BEING DEAD since Taytay and Joejoe broke UP, a Compliment Sandwich of an April Reals Day this April 19th over on Holden's Twitch, NEW TOUUUUUUR DATES CUMMIN' UP ON LASTPODCASTNETWORK, Kylie Jenner and Timothee Chalamet have been secretly in an age-appropriate relationship and now we all feel old, Kim Kardashian brings her puppy cop lovin' vocal fry abilities to American Horror Story, Jack Black's incredible music video for Peaches (which has nothin' to do with the 1996 song by The Presidents of the United States of America from the album The Presidents of the United States of America), it's Jackie (and the audience) v The Critics when it comes to The Super Mario Bros. Movie, Nick Cannon would be open to T. Swift being his lucky 13 sister wife and the absolute travesty of trying to surprise your kids when they don't know what you look like, and in Celebrity Conspiracy Corner; Did Leonardo DiCaprio dose James Cameron with PCP?!? And a list of commercials to search on YouTube while listening to this episode and blindz that follow an earlier thread! Want even more Page 7? Support us on Patreon! Patreon.com/Page7Podcast
Tim Miller es el dueño del estudio de animación BLUR junto al director de cine David Fincher (Seven, El Curioso Caso de Benjamin Button). Juntos han hecho 'Love, Death And Robots', una serie de cortos animados inspirados por la película 'Heavy Metal' de la década de los ochenta. El seriado de Netflix le ha ganado a Miller un importante lugar en la animación moderna y el respeto de un grupo de fans que celebra su excepcional adaptación al cine de Deadpool. En esta conversación desde el Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena, Tim habla de trabajar con Natalia Reyes en 'Terminator: Dark Fate', de por qué la gran obra 'Stranger In A Strange Land' de Robert A. Heinlein nunca se ha adaptado al cine, de la reputación de James Cameron de ser "un imbécil" y de muchas cosas más. La nueva temporada del podcast ya está al aire en la televisión pública colombiana. No se pierda cada capítulo todos los lunes desde las 10 de la noche por Canal Trece. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alejandro-marin-bilingual/message
James Cameron's Titanic: Scene by Scene
The Titanic is sinking, Jack is handcuffed to a pipe and Rose becomes a classic James Cameron female action hero! In this episode we discuss some technical goofs, share a hilarious scene-relevant meme, address the "JACK!" and "ROSE!" of it all, and discover a poetic revelation or two. We also pick apart and laugh hysterically over some absolutely bonkers deleted lines of dialogue. This movie is a masterpiece, but it COULD'VE gone so very wrong. This is a fun one!!! OUR SOCIALS: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Tumblr EMAIL: email@example.com Brittany's Letterboxd - letterboxd.com/brittanybutler Ethan's Letterboxd - letterboxd.com/thetwizard --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/titanicscenebyscene/message
For Episode 261, we're re-releasing our interview with Jenette Goldstein from September 2020 for our Kathryn Bigelow series. Listen as Brandon talks with Jenette about her work with James Cameron, her acting career, and her excellent performance as Diamondback in Kathryn Bigelow's NEAR DARK, the reason for this re-release. Join our Patreon for More Content: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, Chris takes a trip to Pandora to delve into the design of Avatar: The Way of Water, James Cameron's latest jaw-dropping cinematic epic. His guide is Ben Procter, the super-talented production designer who specializes in creating vehicles and environments for Avatar antagonists the RDA — to the extent that he thinks of himself as the “bad guy” of the art department. Ben goes into a fascinating deep-dive into the design and construction of the S-76 SeaDragon, the formidable whaling ship that becomes the setting for the film's final act. Ben talks about how the design process works between the writers, other artists, VFX studios, and James Cameron himself. Ben also gives his thoughts on artificial intelligence and how it's going to change a generation.
Fareed shares his thoughts on the indictment of former President Donald Trump this week and the implications for our democratic system. Then, retired 4-star Admiral William McRaven joins the show to discuss the state of the war in eastern Ukraine, the importance of finding common ground with China, and McRaven's new book, "The Wisdom of the Bullfrog: Leadership Made Simple (But Not Easy)." Fareed also speaks with Academy Award-winning filmmaker James Cameron about his new film Avatar: The Way of Water, technological innovation, sustainability, exploration, storytelling, and more.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy