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Our goal has always been to win the crowd, so we hope we've won your affection as we talk about the Best Picture Oscar winning Ridley Scott epic Gladiator, starring Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix. We both agree this might be the best movie we've discussed on the podcast, and we get into every reason why. We also deliver on-brand tangents and goof off along the way. In the end we hope we don't have to ask whether you are entertained. Subscribe to the podcast free on your preferred app and if it has a rating system, consider giving us a good one! And please share the link to our show with a friend who loves movies! Thank you for listening and be kind, rewind, relax, and enjoy the show.
Mike Mills is a writer and director who's worked in film, TV, and on music videos. He's made the films Beginners and 20th Century Women and his newest movie is called C'mon C'mon. It's a film about the extraordinary burdens of parenthood and the ways it changes parents. It's also about kids and how amazing and resilient they can be, even in the face of serious trauma. Mike talks with us about C'mon C'mon and how the film connects to his personal experiences with parenthood. He also shares that the film features real interviews with kids conducted by Joaquin Phoenix. Plus, he'll talk about the role music plays in his creative process and how he always leaves room in the budget for live musicians on set.
Mel Gibson and Joaquin Phoenix have the same father and Mel Gibson gave birth to Abigail Breslin and Rory Caulkin. Did we mention that aliens are scared of the thing we have most of on planet earth and they have poison wrist tubes? Pretty crazy. Seems like some kind of a "sign"? We're starting a new chaper of Patreon movie polls ever since Kim & Amityville took the stage months back. With M Night Shamwow. December's movie poll inquiry is UP. Send in your suggestion for this month's movie topic - "Worst Horror Movie" Gain access to bonus episodes (this month is Osmosis Jones), watch me watch trailers, watch movies with me, check out bonus Amityville & I'll Suck Your Blood content, vote on polls, and much more on patreon.com/horrorsoup Email movie suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org For business & other inquiries: email@example.com Instagram @horrorsoup (James @niteshiftvideo) Twitter: @horrorsoupsucks Letterboxd: @horrorsoupcaleb (James @niteshiftvideo) Music for Horror Soup has been done by Sonissam, Astroblk, and currently Ross Lee & The Mutant Members Only Club.
This week on the pod as House of Gucci hits cinemas around the world. It is directed by the legend that continues to make films well into his eighties and I am of course writing about Sir Ridley Scott. So we will be picking our favourite films from his work, that we didn't pick in our Ridley Scott episode in disguise, space films. Warning we will be talking SPOILERSMartins pick this week is the instant classic that is, Thelma and Louise. On this one we talk about the incredible acting skills from both Gena Davis and especially Susan Sarandon. We talk about the how funny and emotional this script is. Plus discuss in depth why for some reason Brad Pitt is a movie star now. IMDB page Boaz's pick this week is the sword and sandal modern classic that is, Gladiator. On this one we talk about the greatness in Ridley direction especially in the action scenes. We talk about the amazing performance from Joaquin Phoenix and discus probably why this whole story is all Richard Harris's fault. IMDB page Twitter Instagram As ever please enjoy Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/filmvsfilmpod)
durée : 00:03:16 - Le Billet de Daniel Morin - par : Daniel Morin - En lisant la presse, Daniel Morin a appris que l'acteur Joaquin Phoenix appelait à adopter des dindes, plutôt que de les cuisiner en vue de la traditionnelle fête de Thanksgiving.
Gaby Hoffmann discusses her starring role alongside Joaquin Phoenix in C'mon C'mon, and what the film might say about the connections between adults and children. Musician and former broadcaster Jim Corcoran talks about producing Gilles Vigneault's new album, Comme une chanson d'amour. Richard Carpenter discusses his new book, Carpenters: The Musical Legacy, which reflects on his and his late sister Karen's success as the pop duo the Carpenters.
(image source: https://paleo-media.fandom.com/wiki/Arctodus) Host Matthew Donald and guest co-host Natasha Krech discuss Arctodus, a big, scary bear that would have wiped out humanity had it invented guns first, so thank God it didn't. From the Late Pleistocene, this 12-foot bear was actually closely related to the modern spectacled bear, which is not the relative I would have expected. I would think it was more related to the one Joaquin Phoenix killed in that Disney cartoon no one remembers. I remember it, at least. It was all right. Want to further support the show? Sign up to our Patreon for exclusive bonus content at Patreon.com/MatthewDonald. Also, you can purchase Matthew Donald's dinosaur book "Megazoic" on Amazon by clicking here, its sequel "Megazoic: The Primeval Power" by clicking here, its third installment "Megazoic: The Hunted Ones" by clicking here, or its final installment "Megazoic: An Era's End" by clicking here.
We've got a little bit of everything for you at the buffet this week on Breakfast All Day. First, our dear friend Katie Walsh is back to help talk about the empty fan service of “Ghostbusters: Afterlife.” Then, Alonso and Christy review the crowd-pleasing “King Richard,” about Venus and Serena Williams (although it's really about their dad), which is streaming on HBO Max. We also talk about an indie favorite heading into awards season, Mike Mills' “C'mon C'mon,” starring Joaquin Phoenix in an unusually tender role. In news, we discuss Britney Spears' freedom, the terrible new name for Staples Center, new trailers for “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” “Pam & Tommy” and “Marry Me,” the new Taylor Swift video directed by Blake Lively, the return of “Party Down” and “Fireplaces of the World” bringing you global coziness. And we've got lots of good stuff over at our Patreon: recaps of the season 2 finale of “The Morning Show” on Apple TV+ and the first two episodes of “The Great” season 2 on Hulu. We'll be back with you earlier next week because of the Thanksgiving holiday, so stay tuned, and thanks for sticking around!
Ghostbusters Afterlife Review (starts at 1:16:50) & Disney Plus Day Announcements Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast is about analyzing geekdom and the things we like: an in-depth examination of movies, television, and culture. Expect reviews, a look at entertainment controversies, and other fun content! This Podcast is a once a week release coming out every Friday! The Ladtastic 4 are in the house as Danny (@dannykbartlett), Jammer (@jamthewriter), Nick (@geekyNICKDOLL) and Jonesy (@sirjonesiest) react to the latest news out of Hollywood and review Ghostbusters: Afterlife. First up, the gang reacts The Matrix Resurrections posters, US and International. Why is it that international posters are almost always better than the domestic ones? Anyway, is Morpheus a red pill or cosplaying as Joaquin Phoenix's Joker? Next up, we got a bunch of trailers, starting with Pixar's Turning Red. We debate all possible meanings of the title and suggest alternates. The cutesie Teen Wolfish flick will drop March 2022. Paramount+ dropped an extremely short teaser for their upcoming Halo TV show. Who's excited for it? Find out in the episode. Lastly, we got the last (?) trailer for Marvel's Spider-Man: No Way Home. Danny's not feeling the MCU Multiversal jaunt and Dr. Jammer tries to diagnose why. Jonesy is disappointed by Marvel's reaffirmation that T'Challa would not be recast in the MCU. Quite frankly, it's bullshit and gang discusses the ramifications of what sounds like a short sighted decision. From the Star Wars side of the house, we've learned two bits of news. The first is that Kathleen Kennedy has extended her presidency over Lucasfilm for another 3 years. This hits alongside the revelation that Patty Jenkins' Rogue Squadron is delayed indefinitely, possibly due to creative differences. Later in the show, everyone chooses one announcement from Disney Plus Day as their favorite upcoming Disney projects. Jonesy tries to guess Nick and Jammer's. Finally, Jammer and Jonesy discuss the finer points of Ghostbusters: Afterlife. All this and more on this week's episode of Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast
"C'mon C'mon" follows radio-journalist Johnny, played by Joaquin Phoenix, as he attempts to build a relationship with his young nephew, after they are unexpectedly thrown together. Writer/director Mike Mills, whose previous work includes "20th Century Women" and "Beginners," brings the care and grace he has become known for to a story about kids and parenting, and relationships between adults and children. Mills joins us to discuss the film on its premiere day.
C'MON C'MON MOVIE REVIEW “C'mon, C'mon” is the latest film from writer/director Mike Mills (“20th Century Women”). Elegantly shot in black and white, this naturalistic drama stars Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny, a single man and public radio journalist who is interviewing kids all across the country for an upcoming show. Meanwhile, Johnny's estranged sister Viv… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: C'mon C'mon
C'MON C'MON MOVIE REVIEW “C'mon, C'mon” is the latest film from writer/director Mike Mills (“20th Century Women”). Elegantly shot in black and white, this naturalistic drama stars Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny, a single man and public radio journalist who is interviewing kids all across the country for an upcoming show. Meanwhile, Johnny's estranged sister Viv… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: C'mon C'mon
A groundbreaking new documentary, They're Trying to Kill Us, features notable leaders and influencers from the fields of Hip Hop, medicine, sports, entertainment, policy, and politics weighing in on the singular most deadly threat to American society. ABOUT THE FILM Co-directors John Lewis and Keegan Kuhn have teamed up to tell the untold story of the intersections of diet, disease, poverty, institutional racism, food deserts, government corruption and collusion with Big Food and the pharmaceutical industry. The film follows John from his upbringing in Ferguson, Missouri as he crisscrosses the country seeking answers from experts as to why Americans of Color are getting sick and dying from chronic diseases at often twice the rate of white Americans. Along the way he speaks with Hip Hop artists and celebrities of Color who share their own, deeply personal experiences with how the historically poor diets that have been inflicted upon their community have led to a staggeringly high rate of diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. CAST The film was co-directed by Keegan Kuhn (What The Health, Cowspiracy) and John Lewis (aka “Badass Vegan”) and features interviews with Hip Hop artists, celebrities and medical professionals such as Ne-Yo, Mya, Dame Dash, Cedric The Entertainer, Maggie Q, New York City Mayoral candidate Eric Adams, and Dr's Milton Mills and Neal Barnard. They're Trying to Kill Us also features exclusive interviews with NBA All-Star Chris Paul and multiple Grammy Award Winner Billie Eilish, who are both Executive Producers on the film. RELEASE DETAILS Eschewing a conventional release plan, They're Trying to Kill Us will be released at 11am EST on November 11 exclusively on the film's website https://www.theyretryingtokillus.com/. The price to download the film is $20. Seeking a more efficient and equitable way to release the movie, the filmmakers are launching what they are calling a “Cooperative Release” of the film, giving participants in the documentary, supporters, and select influencers their own unique URL to the film's purchase page and splitting the profits 50/50 for the first week of release. On the filmmakers' side, they are giving their first $1,000,000 dollars raised directly to charity. ABOUT THE PRODUCERS JOHN LEWIS: Widely known by his social media handle, “Badass Vegan”, John Lewis is notorious for stoking conversations and debate with his critical views and memes on current issues. John has a large social media following and is a much sought-after public speaker and social and health activist who is accustomed to saying what's on his mind. In doing so, audiences have responded to his fresh and unfiltered take on social issues. KEEGAN KUHN: Co-director Keegan Kuhn is best known as the director behind the camera for the award-winning and hugely influential films on Netflix, Cowspiracy (executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio) and What The Health (executive produced by Joaquin Phoenix).
This week on the podcast, Nathan and Clint go it alone for this double feature about AmErIcAn HeRoEs - National Treasure and Ladder 49! First is National Treasure, one of Disney's most successful post-Pirates bids to chase the big-budget family-friendly adventure dragon. This time, the theme is America, with Cage as a boy-scout adventurer determined to steal the Declaration of Independence so he can find a secret treasure trove of riches with ties to America's origins. It's rollicking good, dumb fun, and has Sean Bean betraying someone. What more do you want? On the other side of the spectrum, we've got Travolta's weepy firefighter drama Ladder 49, starring Joaquin Phoenix as a whitebread firefighter navigating the risks and stressors of life in the service, with Travolta as his sage mentor. It's all very po-faced and sincere, the kind of movie you can definitely watch with your dad who flies a Thin Blue Line flag outside his house. Pledge to our Patreon at patreon.com/travoltacage Follow us on Twitter @travoltacage Email us questions at firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast theme by Jon Biegen Podcast logo by Felipe Sobreiro
On Episode 121 of Drink in the Movies Michael & Taylor discuss their First Impressions of: House of Gucci & C'mon C'mon(04:23). Then dig into three New Releases: Lamb(14:21), The Last Duel(29:45), and No Time to Die(1:00:14). Visit us at https://drinkinthemovies.com or connect with us on your preferred Social Media Platform Letterboxd, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Michael Clawson on Letterboxd | Taylor Baker on Letterboxd
Starting off this week we look at the first episode of the new season of BBC's Dr. Who - FluxIs it better than last season??..... time will tell!It's also arthouse cinema this week as we look at The Lighthouse from 2019 starring Willem Dafoe & Robert PattinsonThen it's dark & broody as we head to Gotham City for Joaquin Phoenix in Joker, followed up by Heath Ledger in The Dark KnightWe take a first glimpse at the Mandalorian spin off - The Book of Boba FettFinally - love it or hate it - it's Hellboy 2019We're always on the lookout for recommendations so please give us a shout!Send us your suggestions for what we should be watching:email@example.comIf you'd like to become a patron:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=55368632You can also find us here:https://linktr.ee/WHBWpodcastTry out our YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCqOaBzRYx0SvkadS27FfGIA
Mike Mills is a screenwriter and director, but could be considered first and foremost an actor's collaborator. Not only have his films produced some of the most naturalistic performances in recent memory, he's the kind of filmmaker who follows actors' leads, singing their praises at every step of the page-to-screen process. “Whatever feels real and alive to them, that's where I'm gonna go,” he says in this revealing interview. He also grapples with the mysteries inherent in filmmaking: “As a director-writer person, one would think you know everything about your movie...and you don't.” With a background in visual art that transitioned to music videos, Mike is best known for his award-winning feature films “Thumbsuckers,” “Beginners,” and “20th Century Women.” He's turned elements of his life into autobiographically inspired stories, including the newly released “C'mon C'mon” from A24, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Gaby Hoffmann, and Woody Norman. In this episode, Jack is joined by Backstage senior staff writer Casey Mink to shout out recent features on other award-winning directors: https://bit.ly/3k710Cq --- Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage's podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today's most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the industry, to how your favorite projects are made, to personal stories of success and failure alike. Join host Jack Smart, Awards Editor at Backstage, for this guide on how to live the creative life from those who are doing it every day: https://bit.ly/2OMryWQ Follow Backstage and In the Envelope on social media: - https://www.facebook.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/intheenvelope - https://www.instagram.com/backstagecast Looking to get cast? Subscribe here: www.backstage.com/subscribe Browse Backstage casting listings: https://bit.ly/3mth68e Check out our community-driven virtual programming, The Slate: https://bit.ly/2WDNXf0 Backstage stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement: https://bit.ly/3cuMBt5 Special thanks to... - Host: Jack Smart - Producer: Jamie Muffett - Social media: Katie Minard - Design: Mark Stinson, Caitlin Watkins - Additional support: Christine McKenna-Tirella, Kasey Howe, Samantha Sherlock, Benjamin Lindsay, Oriella St. Louis
Get ready for some crazy violence and a whole lot of bravado. We watched Gladiator... or wait, did we watch THE Gladiator? Or did we watch the other Gladiator? Whatever, it's the one where Russell Crowe entertains us, and it's got a lot of dude energy. We're joined by comedian Brett Raybould to discuss, "the worst movie to ever win the best picture." What was Joaquin Phoenix like on set? Which cast members were the biggest drunks? Is there going to be a sequel? We cover all these plus tons of other questions you probably never had about this movie.This one's a real hoot so head on over to wherever you listen to podcasts and make sure to subscribe to the show, rate us 5 stars, and leave us a glowing review. We've been practicing pretending to be sincere while talking about how much we love random startups with no vowels in their names. We'd hate for that work to go to waste.Follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @cableboyspodYou can find Post, Justin, and Kevin at:Post:InstagramKevin:InstagramJustin:InstagramTwitterProduced, edited, and mixed by Kyle Neal (@kylemneal)Theme by Casey Trela (@caseytrela) Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Actor River Phoenix was only 23 years old when he died of a drug overdose outside of the nightclub belonging to Johnny Depp on Halloween morning 1993. He had been there playing in a band alongside members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. The River Phoenix story is a cautionary tale for sure. He was a rapidly ascending young Hollywood star, already with several prestigious awards and iconic movies to his name. His siblings went on to success on their own including younger brother Joaquin Phoenix. This is the tragic story of a young life snuffed out too soon. Part of our 100 Darkest Moments in Pop Culture History series.
Seul, moqué, méprisé, Arthur Fleck, interprété par Joaquin Phoenix, exprime son mal-être par l'intermédiaire d'un rire incontrôlable, qui flanque la chair de poule. De traumatismes en déconvenues, c'est ainsi que, sous le nom de Joker, il deviendra l'icône de ceux qui, comme lui, pensent que la société leur manque de respect. Deux ans après sa sortie, on replonge dans le film de Todd Phillips. Si vous aimez Mansplaining, pensez à l'exprimer en lui donnant la note maximale sur votre plateforme de podcast préférée, en en parlant autour de vous, et en laissant plein de commentaires bienveillants sur les réseaux sociaux. Références: Joker (Todd Phillips, 2019) La Valse des pantins (Martin Scorsese, 1982) Mansplaining est un podcast de Thomas Messias, produit par Slate.fr sous la direction de Christophe Carron et Benjamin Saeptem Hours. Montage: Aurélie Rodrigues Musique: «Warm Sea», Savvier Suivez Slate Podcasts sur Facebook et Instagram (retrouvez-y aussi le compte de Mansplaining). Pour échanger et découvrir de nouveaux podcasts, rejoignez le Slate Podcast Club sur Facebook.
This week I sit down with Christine Rose at her home in London, to find out all about a job that most people aren't aware exists. Christine works behind the scenes in comedy and entertainment, writing jokes for shows including Have I Got News for You and 8 out of 10 Cats; chat-show monologues for the likes of Graham Norton and Alan Carr; and funny host scripts for awards ceremonies like the BAFTAs and the Brits. Christine won Best TV Comedy Writer at the Funny Women Awards last year, and in this episode she talks me through the making of shows like HIGNFY, what it's like trying to get jokes approved by awards-show organisers and celebrity hosts, and why she had to regretfully let go of a brilliant gag involving Joaquin Phoenix and Boris Johnson. Browse books by guests of this podcast at the In Writing shop: https://uk.bookshop.org/shop/in-writing
Cut out From GV 422Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code GVPOD at http://MANSCAPED.com! Should they use Joaquin Phoenix? Could Joker be a female? Plus our Joker FancastsEnjoy Ad Free, Early, & Exclusive Episodes! https://www.patreon.com/GeekVerseSupport Us On Patreon! Help Us Grow The Podcast & Create New Content, Guest On Shows, Pick Films For Us To Review, Send Topics & More!GeekVerse.ca is where you can find all info on the show and where you can find it!Watch Our Weekly News Casts & Game Streams. Subscribe To Support The Channel!https://www.twitch.tv/geekverse/videosWatch Us Record Reviews, GUA Shows & Cut Outs From Our News Casts!Youtube- https://www.youtube.com/c/GeekVersePodcastCome Chat With The Hosts, Join Our Discord!https://discord.gg/sQKAHjAnCheck Out Our Podcast Network, Geek Ultimate Alliance 8 Shows, 6 Days A Week : https://geekverse.ca/geek-ultimate-alliance/Come Chat With The Hosts, Join Our Discord!https://discord.gg/sQKAHjAnCheck Out Our Podcast Network, Geek Ultimate Alliance 10 Shows, 7 Days A Week : https://geekverse.ca/geek-ultimate-alliance/Social MediaGeekVerse Podcast on FacebookTwitter @GeekVerseCastTravis @TravisBSnellTaylor @TaylorTheFieldKirklin @kirklinpatzer Dylan @atomheartcaster
Well if you've ever wanted to be grossed out into never eating meat again this is the doc for you! Joaquin Phoenix narrates this powerful doc about how we as humans treat the animals that co-habitate the earth with us. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threedudespod/message
Intro banter: Chris has some noisy kids. He's a family man! Roger went Columbus to see a Soccer game and drink! WOOOO! Pieces of a Woman is Fantastic but heavy. Be advised. Grayson Watched Craig's bond Legacy and was a pleasure. 0:08:00 - Box Office and Upcoming Releases 0:14:50 - *** WHAT'S STREAMING *** HULU OUTBREAK, Dir. Wolfgang Petersen – Dustin Hoffman, Rene Russo, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Spacey, Cuba Gooding JR, Donald Sutherland, Patrick Dempsey. 1995 THE VILLAGE, Dir. M. Night Shyalmalan – Sigourney Weaver, William Hurt, Joaquin Phoenix, Bryce Dallas Howard, Adrian Brody, Celia Weston, Judy Greer, Michael Pitt, Jesse Eisenberg. 2004 CHILDREN OF THE CORN, Dir. Fritz Kiersch – Peter Horton, Linda Hamilton, Jon Franklin, Courtney Gains. 1884 0:17:15 - Trailers - PERCY VS GOLIATH / THE BATMAN / SCREAM 5 / ONES AND ZEROS 0:31:00 - THE ADDAMS FAMILY 2, Dir. Greg Tiernan, Conrad Vernon, Laura Brousseau and Kevin Pavlovic (4/10) 0:53:50 - NO TIME TO DIE, Dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga (7/10) Hosted, produced and mixed by Grayson Maxwell and Roger Stillion. Music by Chad Wall. Guess appearance by Christopher Boughan. Quality Assurance by Anthony Emmett. Visit the new Youtube channel, "For the Love of Cinema" to follow and support our short video discussions. Roger wears aviators! Please give a like and subscribe if you enjoy it. Follow the show on Twitter @lovecinemapod and check out the Facebook page for updates. Rate, subscribe and leave a comment or two. Every Little bit helps. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for Listening! Happy October! What scary movies are you watching? Happy Halloween!
FilmColumbia, Columbia County's premier annual cultural event, will return, October 22-31, after last year's hiatus due to the pandemic. The 10-day festival in Chatham, NY, will present world-class independent and international features and documentaries, plus post-screening Q&As with directors and special tributes, all presented by The Crandell Theatre.The geographic and artistic scope of FilmColumbia 2021 will be on full display via feature and documentary films hailing from more than 35 countries, as well as the latest releases from award-winning directors Pedro Almodovar and Wes Anderson and theater legend James Lapine. The festival also will feature distinctive performances by many of the world's most celebrated actors, including Timothy Chalamet, Olivia Colman, Penelope Cruz, Benicio Del Toro, Colin Firth, Glenda Jackson, Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Josh O'Connor, Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Schumer, Tilda Swinton and Jeffrey Wright.To tell us more about the festival – we welcome Calliope Nicholas - executive director of FilmColumbia. And festival co-programmer Laurence Kardish - the former Senior Curator of Film at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and presently an instructor in the graduate program for film at the School of Visual Arts.
What a Creep: Casey Affleck & James Franco Season 13, Episode 1 A Duo of Acting Creeps Casey Affleck is a successful actor, writer, and director who was nominated for an Academy Award for the Best Supporting Actor in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford in 2007. He also had roles in a string of hit films like To Do For, Good Will Hunting, Oceans 11, 12 & 13, plus Gone Baby Gone directed by his older brother Ben. In 2009, he and his buddy Joaquin Phoenix decided to direct a Spinal Tap-Esque film where Joaquin would play a hyped-up version of himself becoming a hip hop star after winning an Oscar for Walk the Line. It was called I'm Still Here and was a flop in many ways, artistically and financially (he used his own money to fund it) plus, he was later sued by two women who worked for him for sexual assault and continual harassment on the set by him and his buddies on the set. This lawsuit has not stopped the press fawning over his talent. In this episode, we will talk about the two lawsuits and their aftermath. Trigger warning: sexual assault, sexual harassment, and gaslighting. Sources are: Casey Affleck Wikipedia Daily Beast Daily Beast 2 Magdelana Gorka official complaint Time magazine The Guardian Amanda White lawsuit James Franco Actor James Franco co-starred on Freaks and Geeks and eight movies with Seth Rogen, including Pineapple Express, This Is The End, and Sausage Party. He was nominated for Best Actor in 2010 for the movie “127 Hours,” and won a Golden Globe for Best Actor for The Disaster Artist. He's directed almost 30 low-budget indie features and shorts, written books, and taught film classes at New York University, the University of Southern California, UCLA, Palo Alto High School, Playhouse West, and Studio 4. Such an accomplished fellow - too bad he's also a big creep. Sources for James Franco Buzzfeed Buzzfeed Variety People Magazine NPR LA Times Wikipedia Be sure to follow us on social media. But don't follow us too closely … don't be a creep about it! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Twitter: https://twitter.com/CreepPod @CreepPod Facebook: Join the private group! Instagram @WhatACreepPodcast Visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/whatacreep Email: WhatACreepPodcast@gmail.com We've got merch here! https://whatacreeppodcast.threadless.com/# Our website is www.whatacreeppodcast.com Our logo was created by Claudia Gomez-Rodriguez. Follow her on Instagram @ClaudInCloud
It has come to this. Team members Edwin Gomez and Craig Hammill debate Todd Phillip's 2019 JOKER, the highest grossing rated R movie of all time that finally won Joaquin Phoenix the Best Actor Oscar. Edwin loves the movie. Craig respects many aspects but has some big issues. Mental health and the proper setting up of a new Batman mythos get discussed. As well as the movie's reverence for Martin Scorsese. Edwin keeps insisting on using a Mohammed Ali metaphor to describe this debate. Craig says the audience will have to decide who Ali is after listening.
Aleksandra Koel and Lizzie Boys return to the podcast to discuss Satoshi Kon's sophomore film, Millennium Actress! They talk about the parallels between this film and Perfect Blue and the many homages to movie history that are present in this remarkable piece of work! Plus enjoy an incredible tangent about the Joaquin Phoenix animated film, Brother Bear! Anime discussed: Millenium Actress Edited by: Sacha Husband (@sachahusband on Instagram) Follow Us on the Socials: Is This Anime? Twitter: @isthisanimepod Instagram: @isthisanimepod Jack Metcalfe Instagram: @jackisjak Twitter: @OnlyRealJackM Malcolm McLeod Instagram: @malcolmrjmcleod Twitter: @malcolmrjmcleod Lizzie Boys iMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4703128/ Aleksandra Koel Instagram: @aleksandra.koel
It's October, who is ready for some horror movies? In this episode, Mike talks about what the best horror / scary movies are just happen to be rated PG-13. Great for if you're not super into violent movies or are looking for something scary that will also be okay to watch with your kids. Plus a spoiler-free review of “The Guilty” on Netflix with Jake Gyllenhaal and Joaquin Phoenix talked about the possibility of a Joker sequel. New Episodes Every Monday! Email: MovieMikeD@gmail.com Follow Mike on TikTok: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Instagram: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Twitter: @mikedeestro Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Visit bigsandwich.co for a bonus weekly show, exclusive movie commentaries, early stuff and ad-free podcast feeds for $9 per month.BAM. We're back and in honor of the newest James Bond movie we can't see we look at the top 25 spies of all time. Plus a DC Fandome preview, lots of Marvel spin-offs, the Marvel Secret police and other things linked below. Thanks for listening!00:00 The Start03:24 New MCU Spin-Off Series09:27 The Marvel Police15:27 James Gunn Teases Greatest MCU Character20:19 Jake Gyllenhaal is The Prophet27:44 Expendables 4 Starts Filming30:19 Game of Thrones Prequel Teaser33:21 Resident Evil Reboot Trailer35:34 Joaquin Phoenix on Joker 238:35 DC Fandome Preview 50:00 The Top 25 Secret Agents in Movie History 01:27:07 What We Reading, What We Gonna Read01:31:10 Letters, It's Time For LettersJames' Twitter ► http://twitter.com/mrsundaymoviesMaso's Twitter ► http://twitter.com/wikipediabrown Patreon ► https://patreon.com/mrsundaymovies TWP iTunes ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-weekly-planet/id718158767?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 TWP Direct Download ► https://play.acast.com/s/theweeklyplanet TWP YouTube Channel ► https://goo.gl/1ZQFGH Amazon Affiliate Link ► https://amzn.to/2QbmwGj T-Shirts/Merch ► https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mr-sunday-movies See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode of our daily NYFF59 podcasts, NYFF Director Eugene Hernandez sits down with director Mike Mills and actors Joaquin Phoenix and Molly Webster to discuss C'mon C'mon, a selection in the Spotlight section of this year's festival. After gracing audiences with Beginners and 20th Century Women (NYFF54), writer-director Mike Mills returns with another warm, insightful, and gratifyingly askew portrait of American family life. A soulful Joaquin Phoenix plays Johnny, a kindhearted radio journalist deep into a project in which he interviews children across the U.S. about our world's uncertain future. His sister, Viv (a marvelously intuitive Gaby Hoffmann), asks him to watch her 9-year-old son, Jesse (Woody Norman, in one of the most affecting breakout child performances in years), while she tends to the child's father, who's suffering from mental health issues. After agreeing, Johnny finds himself connecting with his nephew in ways he hadn't expected, ultimately taking Jesse with him on a journey from Los Angeles to New York to New Orleans. Anchored by three remarkable actors, C'mon C'mon is a gentle yet impeccably crafted drama about coming to terms with personal trauma and historical legacies. An A24 release. Explore what's playing at NYFF59 and get tickets at filmlinc.org/nyff.
Have you watched Squid Game yet? because you should. Also on the show today, Tokyo Games Show roundup, big news and rumors from Konami, and Capcom. Appple is apparently the number one video game retailer, and Twitch faces a massive leak. Meanwhile Venom and 007 rule the box office, and Smash Fans are dissapointed but still praise Sakurai,
This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ . Daniel DeMillard has been with IBM's Watson Division and is now CTO of Foodspace, making apps that can connect any dietary or culinary preferences with the products that will fulfill them. We talk about all of that, get into what's realistic and what isn't with natural language understanding, the present and future of AI-assisted search, and... Joaquin Phoenix putting a paper bag over his head? (Some parts of the interview only make sense in context.) All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines. Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
This week Joseph is off on an adventure, and the listener Javier sits in to fill his shoes! Javier works in the video production world of advertisements, with Joseph, and know a thing or two about film. Javier is also our unofficial show Dick, an he earned the $5 prize from Tyler, by guessing the show where Tyler pulled his wheel music theme song from. There's news, there's discussion, and of course streaming picks. Follow along today, and get ready for our deep-dive review of The Voices (2014) listener Ryan's pick, later this week.In News: PTA, Licorice Pizza, Bradley Cooper, Peter Johns, existential dread, Pocahontas, Avatar, Fern Gully, Kevin Costner, Dances with Wolves, Moana, Paul Thomas Anderson, Punch Drunk Love, Adam Sandler, Benny Safdie, Safdie Brothers, Jason Blum, Blumhouse, Halloween Kills, Freaky, Vince Vaughn, Little Women 2, Florence Pugh, Passion of the Christ, Mary Magdalen, Jesus, Nicolas Cage, Adaptation, Willem Defoe, The Last Temptation of Christ, Jason Blum, Blumhouse studios, Halloween Kills, Freaky, Vince Vaughn, Shang Chi, Escape Room 2: Tournament of Champions, The Green Knight, The Card Counter, Dune, Peacock, NBC, Hulu, Netflix, HBO, COVID, Jake Gyllenhaal, Hansel, Zoolander, Bubble Boy, Will Ferrell, Mugatu, Andy Dick, Ben Stiller, Saturday Night Live, MacGruber, Wayne's World, Zoolander 2, Kyle Mooney, David Duchovny, Billy Zane, Kevin Kline, Seth Rogan, The Office, Ridley Scott, Gladiator 2, Joaquin Phoenix, The Master, Djimon Hounsou, Constantine, Blood Diamond, domestic box office COVID record, Tenet, Simu Liu, Kim's Convenience, Awkwafina, Skyfall, Casion Royale, Spectre, Quantum of Solace, No Time to Die, Daniel Craig, Han Solo, Henry Ford, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Eva Green, Cary Fukunaga, True Detective, Animatrix, Bible Black, Milkhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Joseph Navarro Pete Abeyta and Tyler Noe Streaming Picks: Star Wars Visions - Disney+It - HBO Max, Hulu The Old Ways - NetflixThe Beach Bum - HuluRiders of Justice - HuluOperation Avalanche - Amazon Prime
And we're back!!! New format now with two releases a week, one Gab & Chatter, and one deep dive weekly review. This episode the gang covers the news from the last month, while they were off on their month-long break, as well streaming picks from all three of them. Follow along today, and get ready for our deep-dive review of Antichrist (2009) later this week. In News: A24 release schedule, Lamb, sheep hybrid baby, The Souvenir: part 2, James Bond, Joseph's 5 year wedding anniversary, Mile Mills, Come on come on, Joaquin Phoenix, The Humans, Amy Schumer, Richard Jenkins, Red Rocket, Simon Rex, Dirt Nasty, Sean Baker, Florida Project, Tangerine, Joel Cohen, Denzel Washington, Francis McDormand, Macbeth, The Lion King, Hamlet, Skyfall, Javier Bardem, Casino Royale, homoerotic intimidation, water polo, goodnight bro kisses, hairy legs, The Card Counter, Oscar Isaac, nettles trampolines, bareback bouncing, Yorgos Lanthimos, Killing of a Sacred Deer, The Lobster, The Favourite, Poor Things, Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe, Jared Carmichael, Ramy Youseff, Christopher Abbott, Tyler's Rage, Mario, Super Mario brothers movie, Chris Pratt, Crisp Rat, Parks and Recreation, Keegan Michael Key as Toad, Toy Story 4, Jordan Peele, Charlie Day as Luigi, Seth Rogan as Donkey Kong, Anye Taylor Joy as Peach, Jack Black as Bowser, Bladerunner for kids, Toy Story 3, spicy white people, chipotle mayo, Halloween Kills, Billy West, Indian Jones 5, de-aged Harrison Ford, Mick Jagger, James Mangold, Logan, Ford v Ferrari, Lost Boys remake, Jamie Campos Minor, Wes Anderson, Colin Farrell, Al Pacino as Mario, Danny Devito, Mads Mikkelsen, Phoebe Waller-bridge, The Suicide Squad, Boyd Holbrook, Toby Jones, Shaunette Renee Wilson, Thomas Kretschmann, Antonio Banderas, Shia LaBeouf, woke Bond, No Time to Die, Jason Bourne, Cuba Gooding Jr, Radio, Christopher Nolan, Warner Brothers, Following, Memento, Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, J. Robert Oppenheimer, A-bomb, WWII, Apple movie studios, Universal Studios, Denis Villeneuve, Marvel movies, Avengers Endgame, Dune, Captain America, IMDB brigading, Martin Scorsese, David Cronenberg, Francis Ford Coppola, The Fly, Society, Mad Max Fury Road, www.lloydsauctions.com.auhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Joseph Navarro Pete Abeyta and Tyler Noe Streaming Picks: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 1 - HBO MaxHarry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 2 - HBO MaxThe entire Harry Potter series - HBO MaxAlien - Fubo, AMC+, DirecTVAttack the Block - Amazon Prime, HuluPray Away - NetflixTwilight: New Moon - NetflixKate - NetlifxI Love you Phillip Morris - Amazon Prime, Hulu, Roku, Hoopla, KanopyLogan - HuluMalignant - HBO MaxStreets of Fire - NetflixHowl from Beyond the Fog - Amazon PrimeDog Day Afternoon - HBO Max
Before he went on Robert Deniro's talk show, Joaquin Phoenix starred in Lynne Ramsay's dark vigilante thriller from 2017, You Were Never Really Here. Eli kicks off Deep Cut's look at one of his favorite directors by detailing Ramsay's distinct, jarring approach to conveying the trauma of her characters. Wilson finds gentle human relationships in this brutal movie, and Ben comes to understand his unpleasant viewing experience as Ramsay's defining statement on violence in American action cinema. You are always really there on our Discord server. Read the ebook about the making of You Were Never Really Here that Eli cites in this episode.
What do sound-alike pros, Micaela Hicks, Joaquin Phoenix stand-ins, and animation experts have in common? This guy! Sean Rohani chats with incredible on-camera, interactive, and animation voice actor and coach Daniel Ross about his journey to becoming a working voice actor, and how he continues to level UP! his career. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a positive review and share with your friends! Have a question you'd like to ask? Leave a comment on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/groups/voiceactingup/! Thanks for listening!
Episode 24 - On the latest episode, Erik, Justin, and Chris talk about the history of Rome - from Republic to Empire, the numerous factors that lead to it's downfall, Julius Caesar, Cleopatra, gladiator games, ancient architecture, Constantinople (Istanbul), and the absolute worst Roman Emperors of all time: Commodus, Caligula, and Nero! Also on this episode: Stolen Ancient Gilgamesh Tablet Confiscated from Hobby Lobby?! 'Dating Through the Ages' (Cleopatra skit from 2015) Epik Wins of History: Ada Lovelace and Hedy Lamarr The Bracket of Fails: Benedict Arnold vs Brutus / J. Bruce Ismay vs Gavrilo Princip "You've Got Hate Mail" Audio Clips: "Gladiator" (2000) - directed by Ridley Scott, starring Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix; HBO's "ROME" (2005-2007) Check out Erik and Kory's review of "The Green Knight" on 'The World is My Burrito'! You can watch our Cleopatra skit on You Tube! (starring: Caroline Crawford, Devon Seymour, Jimmy Lester, Justin Ache, and Chris Carroll - narrated by Devin Clark, written and directed by Erik Slader) Outro Music / Segment Jingles by DeftStroke Sound! Follow / Message Us on Social Media: E-mail: ErikSlader@gmail.com Twitter: @ErikSlader @EpikFailsdotcom Instagram: @ErikSlader @EpikFailsofHistory All 4 EPIC FAILS books are now available on Amazon! (Get a free audio book on Audible at http://www.audibletrial.com/EpikFails) You can also support me here: BuyMeACoffee.com/EpikFails! This podcast is a production of the We Can Make This Work (Probably) Network follow us to keep up with this show and discover our many other podcasts - including: 2 Young 4 This Trek, Comic Zombie, and Podcasters Assemble! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode, Adam and Laura discuss the 2012 drama film "The Master". Written and Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, "The Master" features Joaquin Phoenix, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams. Film summary: A Naval veteran arrives home from war unsettled and uncertain of his future - until he is tantalized by the Cause and its charismatic leader.
Movie for next week: Cinderella (Amazon Prime)This week we talk about the M. Knight Blockbuster film Signs, which also happens to be one of Andreas' favorite movies of all time! Does Jessie like it? Is it scary? How does it hold up 20 years later? We also catch up on all things Bachelor in Paradise, as well as start our new segment: September Releases!Remember, follow us on the social medias and send us questions/topics you want us to cover in future shows!Instagram: @lets_get_criticalcriticalTwitter: @letzgetcriticalTime Stamps:Bachelor in Paradise: 2:00What We Watched This Week: 26:12September Releases: 53:25Signs Discussion: 1:06:51Songs: "My Travelog On Globalization and the Human Experience," & "Goodwill Hoodie" by Trashbag Ponchos
Lauren and Ryan return to talk about an epic from 2000 "Gladiator" starring Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix. This film feels like a product of a way different time in Hollywood. I personally long for a return to this one day. Lauren may or may not agree. So much going around this movie and behind the scenes that we needed an hour and forty minutes to fit it all. Enjoy
Screenwriter Jay Thornton joins the show to discuss perhaps one of the best picks for this series, RETURN TO PARADISE. A movie even I hadn't heard of, this is a total unheralded gem. It was well-reviewed upon release, but was not a huge box office hit, and is not something I've heard talked about before. Great director (Joseph Ruben, SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY), great cast (Vince Vaughn, Joaquin Phoenix, Anne Heche) and maybe one of the best moral premises in any movie, period. I watched this at 3am and was riveted and had to get to the end. Major recommend if you dig adult dramas. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dan-benamor/support
Hustlers! Today we chat with actor David Arquette about Snoop Dogg and smoking with Cyprus Hill, life after 'Scream,' growing up in an acting family, near death experiences. Check out his new project 'Domino: Battle of the Bones' directed and produced by Baron Davis. Next, we talk to actress Angela Sarafyan about working with Joaquin Phoenix & Marion Cottilard, Westworld, Terminator, fame, and more. Check out her new movie King Knight. Finally, we talk to 'Men in Blazers' broadcaster Roger Bennett about Peli, Messi, and Maradona, his #1 NYT best-seller Re-Born In the USA, Waffle House, and more! Thanks for listening.
Welcome back! To a BRAND NEW season of Things Are Going Great For Me: The Podcast. In our first episode of the season J. Claude Deering (Twitter/Instagram) chats with actor Patrick J. Adams (The Right Stuff). They talk about his work on Suits, and his latest Nat Geo series, The Right Stuff, in which he plays astronaut John Glenn. Getting his first movie role while in college, in Will Ferrell's, Old School. And almost losing the job because of his Canadian citizenship - he had 24 hours to create an internship at USC in order to appear in the film. They talk Burning Man, flying airplanes, it's a wide ranging and interesting chat. Followed by a second interview with another actor/astronaut Michael Benz (For All Mankind). Claude and Michael went to high school together. They talk about his new AppleTV+ series For All Mankind, his work as a child actor for the BBC, his training at RADA, starring as Hamlet for Shakespeare's Globe, doing The Tempest with Ralph Fiennes, being shot to death by Joaquin Phoenix's, Joker (he plays one of “Wall Street Three”), his work on Broadway with Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon in Little Foxes, goofing around with Paul Giamatti on the set of Downton Abbey and getting shushed by Maggie Smith, and if that's not enough, getting discovered by Tom Hanks. Twice. J. Claude is also joined by his producer and co-host Winston Carter (Twitter/Instagram) to talk the differences between the US and UK when it comes to underage drinking. If you like any of what you hear today, do us a BIG kindness - subscribe to the show. Leave us a nice comment. Tell your aunt about us! Give us those five stars wherever you're getting your podcasts from today. And subscribe to our Patreon for all our extras! We've got NEW episodes premiering every Thursday! Featuring interviews with Sarah Levy, Jim O'Heir, Kevin Avery, Ira Madison III, Corbin Reid, Brendan McDonald, Joe Tippett, Alyshia Ochse, Pej Vahdat, and Shelly Bhalla. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thingsaregoinggreatforme/support
Paul McDonald and Pablo Ceron explore the epic movie Gladiator (2000) starring Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix. We compare and contrast Maximus and Commodus as reflections of our own hearts. How can we move from Commodus, who chased love and validation from the crowd, depending on them for his identity? How can we become more like Maximus, who knew who he was, and had a home worth fighting for? We're going deep. Join us as we discover God's truth in this movie. About Pablo Pablo was born and raised in Colombia and moved to the U.S. in 2000, where he married his loving wife Juanita. After a long journey through the desert, and into their "promised land", they now live in Colorado with their two wild sons, Mateo (10) and Lucas (5). Pablo has been a speaker, teacher and leader of men's ministry initiatives for over 10 years. He's the Founder and President of WILDSONS, a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of the hearts of God's people. Website: wildsons.com Podcast: Wildsons Podcast Events: Muster Questions How would you describe the size and scope of your kingdom, the area where you have power and influence? How do those in your kingdom (wife, children, friends, people at work) respond to your leadership? What is the difference between leading from your identity and leading for your identity? How would you describe home? What is the difference between resume traits and eulogy traits? What would be on your resume? What would be included in your eulogy? How are they the same? How are they different? Which ones matter more? What do you receive praise, positive responses to? Where are you mocked, criticized, receive a negative reaction? Where do you turn when you're feeling insecure (food, work, porn, anger, control)? How do you try to soothe your aching heart? Where do you believe, “If I do this, then they will love me?” How do you respond when offered higher positions, promotions, increased responsibility? Where is that response coming from? How do you seek approval? What do you do when you don't get it? What answers did you receive to the questions you took to your father: “Do you love me? Are you proud of me? Do I have what it takes? Am I the real deal?” What messages (from your father, mother, figures you looked up to and admired) have you received that damaged your heart? In what situations do you feel attacked? How do you respond? Looking back, how has what appeared as a setback or failure in the moment actually been a rescue? How has it been both/and, both devastation and a rescue? Who did God think of when He thought of you? What names have you accepted from the enemy, from the world, from your friends/family? What makes you afraid? What do you fear happening most? What do you fear people say about you when you're not around? What do you hope they say about you? Edited and mixed by Grayson Foster (https://graysonfoster.com/) Audio quotes performed by Britt Mooney, Paul McDonald, and Tim Willard, taken from Epic (written by John Eldredge) and Song of Albion (written by Stephen Lawhead). Southerly Change performed by Zane Dickinson, used under license from Shutterstock