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Well, what the heck? 200 episodes....of a RIDDLE podcast!? How? WHY?! Thank goodness our fourth cohost Janet Varney is here to help us emotionally process this, play some games, and get some sobering feedback from our listeners. Starring: Adal Rifai John Patrick Coan Erin Keif Special Guest: Janet Varney Editing by: Casey Toney Theme by: Arne Parrott Logo by: Emily Kardamis & Emmaline Morris Want more? Get Weekly Bonus Eps on Patreon! Want merch? Visit our TeePublic Store! or pins, buttons & prints Want to advertise on the show? Check out Hey Riddle Riddle via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let me tell you somethin', Travolting is the greatest podcast in the f*cking world. Our podcast. We were small in the beginning, started at the bottom, and we made it to the top. This podcast ends in two ways, running out of Travolta movies or getting canceled. We did both. Cue the bass drop of Pitbull's Amore
Cameron English from ACSH calls out journals for trying to weaken Pro Vaping #science.Anti-Vaping Bias Undermines E-Cigarette Research? New Study Raises Questionshttps://www.acsh.org/.../anti-vaping-bias-undermines-e...More Madness from the liars at TRUTHhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=Fq6EFiQaU_Y...https://www.fox4now.com/.../youth-nicotine-vaping-is-a...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTWmZWODbfQhttps://cbsaustin.com/.../survey-from-the-truth...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fq6EFiQaU_Yhttps://news.yahoo.com/youth-nicotine-vaping-mental...https://www.koin.com/.../ednw.../vaping-and-mental-health/"How to better brainwash the masses"https://medicalxpress.com/.../2022-05-reveals-effective...Brad Rodu is asking smart questionshttps://rodutobaccotruth.blogspot.com/.../where-is...Michelle Minton spotted CDC's game of follow the leader with FDAhttps://twitter.com/michell.../status/1524509288013651970...One Healthier choice leads to anotherhttps://medicalxpress.com/.../2022-05-smokers-e...Kicking arse a mile highhttps://www.cpr.org/.../colorado-flavor-ban-bill-dies-in.../Tobacco tax may be associated with higher e-cigarette use among young peoplehttps://www.news-medical.net/.../Tobacco-tax-may-be...New study finds global adolescent vaping is lowhttps://medicalxpress.com/.../2022-05-global-adolescent...Vape: The Musical: judge allows parody of John Travolta's 'Grease 'https://www.geo.tv/.../416604-vape-the-musical-judge...Join us tonight at 10pm Eastern on Facebok, YouTube, Twitter and Twitch
In 2008, Michael Caputo started his own business. He did that for six years and became one of the most famous massage therapists on the planet when the Daily News interviewed him in May of 2012 in light of the John Travolta sex scandal involving numerous male massage therapists from around the country. Caputo unexpectedly ended up on the front page of the Daily News and was written up in People Magazine and the National Enquirer. For weeks he was bombarded with phone calls from all the major media outlets worldwide begging him for an interview.In 2009, Caputo's first book, (Dear Pat Cooper: What happened to my father Pasquale Caputo?) was published. His book caused major controversy within his father's camp but was a major success with over fifty positive reviews on Amazon. Caputo's dream is to turn that book into a screenplay or a documentary someday.In 2021, Caputo's second book (CHAMELEON: A Memoir) was published. This memoir shows another side of the author in which he vividly describes his harrowing journey coming out of the closet and living authentically, post-Stonewall, pre-HIV/AIDS epidemic, and thereafter. In addition, Caputo discusses how the Christian Right has been notorious for using their Bible to discriminate and relentlessly trying to derail the progress of the LGBTQ+ community while denying them their fundamental human and American rightsSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/houseofmysteryradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 180: Face/OffFind us around the web and subscribe on your favorite podcast player! Directed By: John WooWritten By: Mike Werb & Michael Colleary Cinematography: Oliver WoodScore By: John Powell Budget: $80 millionGross: $245.7 millionCast: John Travolta as Sean ArcherNicolas Cage as Castor TroyJoan Allen as Eve ArcherAlessandro Nivola as Pollux TroyGina Gershon as Sasha HasslerDominique Swain as Jamie ArcherTalking Points: Non-Spoiler Section: What are our Non-Spoiler thoughts on Face/Off?Spoiler Section: Stand out moments/elementsClosing Thoughts
"Als der Tontechniker Jack eines Nachts im Park Naturgeräusche für einen neuen Horrorfilm aufnimmt, wird er Zeuge eines dramatischen Unfalls: Ein Auto kommt von der Straße ab und rast in einen See. Aus dem Auto kann er die junge Frau Sally retten. Präsidentschaftskandidat George McRyan verunglückt tödlich. Doch Jacks Tonbänder erzählen eine andere Geschichte. Auf der Suche nach der Wahrheit landet Jack in seinem eigenen ganz realen Horrorfilm, denn der Tod löscht alle Spuren…"
Thank you to Ana Luisa for partnering with our podcast! Don't forget to check out https://shop.analuisa.com/spookytuesday to take advantage of their Buy One, Get One 40% Off sale with pieces starting at just $39.Here at Spooky Tuesday, we believe sex education is SO important, which is why we spent the objectively correct and exactly appropriate amount of time reflecting on our own history of menstruation on our Carrie (1976) episode. That's right, the Sissy Spacek cinematic masterpiece arrived just in time for prom season, so don't forget to get all gussied up and ready for your date with John Travolta's fluffy hair, P.J. Soles' rainbow hat, and a whole lot of ‘70s-era bush.References:https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/nov/03/carrie-stephen-king-brian-de-palma-horror-films-feminismhttps://www.indiewire.com/2016/01/oscar-nominee-production-designer-jack-fisk-talks-his-career-with-terrence-malick-paul-thomas-anderson-david-lynch-and-more-90180/
Episode 299."Wild Hogs"Director: Walt Becker.Walt Becker is a director, screenwriter, producer and author, known for directing the films “Van Wilder” starring Ryan Reynolds and “Wild Hogs” starring John Travolta, Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy. He most recently directed “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip” for Fox 2000, "Clifford the Big Red Dog" and New Regency and produced the Sony Film, “Zookeeper” with Kevin James. His films have grossed close to one billion dollars worldwide.In television, Mr. Becker co-created and executive produced the TBS series “Glory Daze” a one-hour period comedy following the lives of four college freshman in 1985, which he also directed.In addition to producing or directing many television pilots, Mr. Becker executive produced the Fox series “Bad Samaritans” for Netflix and created the unscripted television format “WORKED for TBS and TRUE TV.The author of two novels, Misconception was co-written with attorney Robert Shapiro. His first novel Link was on the Los Angeles Times and National Bestseller Lists; both were published by Harper Collins and William Morrow. Mr. Becker created the graphic novel “Last Reign” which Boom! Comics published in 2009.Mr. Becker received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications Studies from UCLA and a Master's Degree in Film from the School of Cinematic Arts at USC.Welcome, Walt Becker.Instagram: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Facebook: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Twitter:@mdmcriticEmail: Mondaymorningcritic@gmail.comYouTube: Monday Morning Critic Podcastwww.mmcpodcast.com
Nearly three decades after starring in the first major sitcom to center on an Asian-American family, Margaret Cho is more “hopeful” than ever about the opportunities for Asian-American comedians. In this episode, Cho talks about how she would approach that sitcom differently today and tells stories about dating director Quentin Tarantino and acting opposite Nicolas Cage and John Travolta. She also weighs in on Dave Chappelle's jokes about the bisexual community and reflects on the backlash she received after portraying an exaggerated North Korean character alongside Tina Fey and Amy Poehler at the Golden Globes.Get tickets to see Margaret Cho perform live at Netflix Is a Joke FestThis episode was originally published on November 19th, 2019.Follow Margaret Cho on Twitter @margaretcho and Instagram @margaret_choFollow Matt Wilstein on Twitter @mattwilsteinFollow The Last Laugh on Instagram @lastlaughpod Highlights from this episode and others at The Daily Beast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jimmy and Derik Talk JOHN TRAVOLTA, hear what John has to say about Grease, Saturday Night Fever and more, what a fun interview!!!
As The Clone Wars begins to lean into heftier, multi-episode arcs, we're hit with the first one we've been forced to break up due to scheduling and length issues. Which means that, yes, we will get to half of an arc about Obi-Wan going to undercover a la John Travolta in Face Off. But first we need to tackle the stand alone return of Pre Vizsla, Deathwatch, and... Lux Bonteri. NEXT TIME: Episodes 83 & 84 ("The Box" and "Crisis on Naboo") You can support the show and gain access to a monthly Q&A cast by going to patreon.com/civilized Show Notes Deaths: Tryla, Obi-Wan Kenobi (Faked) Hosted by Rob Zacny (@RobZacny) Featuring Alicia Acampora (@ali_west), Austin Walker (@austin_walker), and Natalie Watson (@nataliewatson) Produced by Austin Walker Music by Jack de Quidt (@notquitereal) Cover art by Xeecee (@xeeceevevo)
It's no accident that we're covering this movie on our 66th episode. John Travolta, aka Stanley Hill, aka Mister Wrath, wrecks havoc John Wick style on the corrupt city of Columbus Ohio as he takes his path of vengeance all the way to the top. Oh and Christopher Meloni, Detective Elliot Stabler himself, is in this.
Hello and welcome to this week's episode of Sorry You're In My Seat, a weekly podcast which unites best friends on a quest to find the greatest movies of all! This time round we review the year 1997 in film! From the phenomenal LA Confidential to the titanic...Titanic, 1997 truly was a great year for film. How do you like your Nic Cage? Long haired with an accent? We've got it. Serial killer that swaps his face with Travolta? We've got it. Underrated masterpiece? Copland. Terrifyingly horror? Event Horizon. A year packed with more greatness than a pinata filled with Sandra Bullock, alcohol and unicorns. If you liked this episode, then why not join in and leave a review and message the podcast about joining us.
En este episodio de Back to the Movies! Gabriel, Rafa y El Watcher terminan el mes de abril, mes en el que conversaron sobre sus películas favoritas de Nicolas Cage, conversando sobre las películas "Face/Off" (1997), película protagonizada por Joan Allen, John Travolta y Nicolas Cage, escrita por Mike Werb y Michael Colleary e dirigida por John Who y "Adaptation" (2002), película protagonizada por Meryl Streep, Tilda Swinton, Chris Cooper y Nicolas Cage, escrita por Charlie Kaufman basada en el libro "The Orchid Thief" (1998) escrito por Susan Orlean y dirigida por Spike Jonze. ¡Apoya nuestro contenido uniéndote a nuestro Patreon! Visita: https://www.patreon.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Síguenos y Suscríbete a nuestro canal de Twitch! Visita: https://www.twitch.tv/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Twitter! Visita: https://twitter.com/CultSecuencial ¡Síguenos en Instagram! Visita: https://www.instagram.com/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Facebook! Visita: https://www.facebook.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Subscríbete a nuestro canal de YouTube! Visita: https://www.youtube.com/culturasecuencial --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/culturasecuencial/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturasecuencial/support
To become a Patreon supporter go to www.patreon.com/howisthismovie Please enjoy this special bonus episode of our Patreon exclusive Podcast "The Twosies" with Bill and Dana Join our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/danabucklershowHelp support this show by going to www.patreon.com/howisthismovie For one time donations go to https://www.paypal.me/DanaBuckler11 Cash App : $DanaBuckler Venmo : @DanaABuckler www.twitter.com/Danabucklershow https://www.facebook.com/groups/danabucklershow firstname.lastname@example.org Thedanabucklershow@gmail.com
If you want to see Sam cry her eyes out then this is the episode for you. Most People have never heard of or seen this John Travolta movie but its honestly one of my personal favorite movies he has ever made. Just sit back and let Deric take you on the emotional roller coaster that is this amazing film. If you aren't crying like sam at the end your one heartless bastard! Enjoy Bean Mafia! Manscaped has joined up with the bean gang! 20% off with promo code SPOILTHEBEANS!
I do what I do, so you do youYou can't stop me lovin' myselfIt's IDOL time!BTS deliver their magnum opus with Love Yourself: Answer and we bid farewell to the Love Yourself era. Join us to chat about all things IDOL plus a 90's action thriller/meet cute starring John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, erotic fan dances, desertannies and embracing your inner goblin.Our army shout out this episode goes to @abyxrt_ on Instagram, make sure you check out their amazing artwork.Send us an email email@example.comFollow us on InstagramCheck out our BTS themed book club podcast Bangtan Book ClubBorahae!Links mentioned in this episodeIDOL MVhttps://youtu.be/pBuZEGYXA6EIDOL feat Nicki Minajhttps://youtu.be/K1scjjbfNskDance prachttps://youtu.be/bhWXw56puNYMV Shootinghttps://youtu.be/LAdvo0kOz8AMV Reactionhttps://youtu.be/MnZyQ7aPLE4M Countdown comebackhttps://youtu.be/CfZEph5TsVkMusic Bankhttps://youtu.be/jbo99VrxHqcMusic Corehttps://youtu.be/zkNHcKjsQZs2018 SBS Gayo Daejunhttps://youtu.be/VmbDPLYgYpwLY Seoulhttps://youtu.be/K0YxkggUKpELY Tokyohttps://youtu.be/LmW4jZ9kxX02018 MAMA in Hong Konghttps://youtu.be/HtGjAlZusZs2018 MMA https://youtu.be/LfgXdDaryBE2019 Golden Disc Awardshttps://youtu.be/T6STAAk9INYSY Idol upgradehttps://youtu.be/gMTHl2A7164Jimmy Fallon special performance from Seoul - September 2020https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXFkjMNXfpYSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wereviewbts)
durée : 00:04:16 - Tubes N' Co - par : Rebecca Manzoni, Ilinca Negulesco - Le film “La Fièvre du samedi soir” avec John Travolta est sorti sur les écrans américains il y a 45 ans. “Night Fever”, chanson des Bee Gees, est à l'affiche de Tubes N Co ce matin. - réalisé par : Khoï NGUYEN
Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/danabucklershowJoin my Patreon for early access to all episodes, plus a new exclusive podcast, go to Patreon.com/howisthismovieIn this episode Dana and Jason chat about the filmography of Nicolas Cage and review his latest movie " The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent" For one time donations go to https://www.paypal.me/DanaBuckler11twitter.com/Danabucklershowhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/danabucklershowThedanabucklershow@gmail.com
How do you follow up one of the most successful musicals in modern memory? How about you cast relative unknowns in lead roles and get them started with a 1/2 finished script that makes ZERO sense, and only just barely connects to its source material? YES, THIS MOVIE IS GOD AWFUL...but it has earned its cult status over the past almost forty years...so join us as Ashley introduces Katie to a beloved childhood favorite, and the final entry in our SEQUEL SENSATION theme -- 1982's Grease 2. Starring Michelle Pfeiffer in her first leading role, this film picks up two years after Olivia Newton John and John Travolta hand jived their way through Rydell High -- focusing on our NEW CLASS of Pink Ladies and T-Birds. Michelle plays Stephanie, the leader of the Pink Ladies who is just so OVER dating T-Birds and is looking for a new man...a "cool rider". Enter new kid in town, Michael Carrington (played by Maxwell Caulfield, aka REX MANNING) -- Australian Sandy's cousin from the original film, although he is inexplicably British. He sets his sights on winning Stephanie's heart by learning everything there is to learn about motorcyclin' - and takes on a secret persona as said "cool rider". This film then gets nuts with wacky songs (hello, even if you hate this film, the song "Reproduction" is a must) insane dance numbers, and an almost 2 hour runtime. We also discuss how this film affected Ashley's entire fashion aesthetic all throughout her life, the gang's favorite musicals, a new mini-Let Me Introduce You, and a preview of our SEASON FINALE in 2 weeks. So put on your motorcycle hat and enjoy one of our more divisive episodes - 'cuz come on, we've got a rep to protect! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Continue to dance/not dance with Chandra, Tyler, and special guest Robin! In this episode, we talk about Minute 68 of High School Musical 2 and all of the Ryan/Chad subtext therein. Also, we attempt to cross over three different Disney properties! Robin can be found on Twitter and listen to Toy Story Minute! Wildcat Minute is a production of the Amateur Nerds. Rate, review, subscribe, tell your friends! Follow us on Twitter @amateurnerds Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Logo by @tgoldenart Music by Joe Winslow
Nicolas Cage gets unhinged this week with two out of body performances! First up, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, followed by the Cage classic, Face/Off. We're back! Not that we went anywhere. #unbearableweightofmassivetalent #faceoff #nicolascage #pedropascal #johnwoo #castortroy
Wayne "The Maniac" Mattei Part 2! We learn the origins of the infamous "BulletKliq", how he went from living in his car to guarding the stars, wrestling WCW Legend Scott Steiner, and sharing social media tips with John Travolta!... Song: 'Lobby Time' Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
In episode 46, we're sharing 5 fun and easy ideas for photo shoots that you can use for social media, promotions, programs, emails and more! White Wall - Outdoors - A white background always brightens up photos! We just did this with our graduating seniors to create some cohesive photos to use on social media, our year-end show programs and also to gift to them as a graduation gift! We found a closed grocery store with a simple, bright white brick wall! We spent about 10 minutes on each dancer, got a few action shots and a headshot. The pictures look awesome, and we were able to create a cohesive, fun page in our program and also a fun poster of our grads! You could do this in any situation you needed some promo photos for! Check out our pics! Seamless roll of photo paper: This simple option can be set up inside or outside in any space available to you. Order online or buy locally from a photography supply store. If you don't have tripods or the equipment to hang it in the middle of a room, you can simply tape it to a flat wall. You can shoot them plain or add in a few simple props. Take a photo anywhere that has good lighting and remove the background! Apps like Pic Collage and Canva make this so easy. We highly recommend the pro version and the team option! Both of these have a background remover where you can remove the background of any photo and put it on a plain background or a fun print background. Murals: This is a fun way to capture photos on a fun and colorful background requiring no effort other than finding the location. Almost every city now has painted murals and if you haven't seen them in person, you can likely find them by just googling “fun mural walls” in whatever city or town you live in. We recommend checking them out ahead of time to make sure the space is conducive to taking photos. Atlanta has quite a few mural walls and some of them are more recognizable than others. We have one that's been around for many years, and it's painted on the back side of a grocery store. It's a giant, fun disco ball with a John Travolta-ish disco dancing guy on it, and it's just so colorful. It's right up our alley! We took our cast of characters last year on a Sunday morning really early to be sure we didn't run into too many cars in the parking lot and it was a huge success. The key here is simple and quick because other than googling and taking a quick drive to check it out, you don't have to set anything up. You just show up and snap your fun photos!Confetti Pic! The final easy photo shoot idea is launch some confetti around a dancer or group of dancers! Use your smartphone or a camera and snap as many times as you can as you launch the confetti. Tell the dancers to smile and jump around, and it is SO easy to get a cute photo! This always brings out those authentic smiles too! This is also a great video moment too to use for a reel!! We hope this inspires you to snap some fun photos! Try to do a quick photo shoot soon and tag us or let us know how it goes! We will be watching for those on instagram! Subscribe & ShareYou are officially invited to subscribe to our podcast, and we would love you to leave us a 5 star rating and review! We'd also love for you to share on social media! Join our (FREE) Confetti CircleRequest to join our private (and FREE) Facebook GroupFollow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest
Running on Empty was the fifth album by Jackson Browne. The album revolves around the theme of life on the road, and it is a live album, but with a couple of twists. First, none of these tracks had previously appeared on a Jackson Browne studio album. Second, while some of the songs were recorded on stage during concerts, others were recorded backstage, or in hotel rooms, or on the tour bus. This gives the album more of a concept feel than would be present for a typical "live" album.Browne got his start as a songwriter as a teenager, and joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band shortly after high school. His early songs were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles, The Byrds, and others. He was a backing musician for Nico in 1967 and wrote three of the songs on her debut album, He co-wrote "Take It Easy," the first hit by the Eagles.This album is considered one of the most accessible albums Browne created, and is his most successful album. It reached number 3 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart in 1978, and stayed on the charts for 65 weeks. It was nominated for Album of the Year in 1979. The title track would become a staple of classic rock. Running on EmptyThe title track and first single from the album was recorded in concert at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland. It hit number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was inspired by Browne's driving to the studio to make "The Pretender." It was only a few blocks from his house to the studio, and Browne wouldn't bother to fill up, so he was always literally running on empty.Nothing But TimeThis track is about the boredom of life on the road. It was written and recorded on the tour bus, a Continental Silver Eagle. You can hear the bus's engine running in the background, downshifting and accelerating during the bridge. Browne and Howard Burke (his tour manager) wrote this one. Russ Kunkel is on percussion, playing snare, hi-hat, and "cardboard box with foot pedal."The Load OutThis is a well-known track about the folks that put the show together and the fans that come to hear the concert. "We've got to drive all night and do the show in Chicago - or Detroit, I don't know. We do so many shows in a row, and these towns all look the same." It portrays a decidedly unglamorous picture of touring life, with the one exception of the time on the stage.StayAlmost always played in series on rock stations with “The Load Out,” this cover of Maurice Williams and the Zodiac's song from 1960 replaces concerns about mom and dad letting the girl stay out with concerns that the roadies, producers, and union letting the band play one more song. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Night Fever by the Bee Gees (from the motion picture "Saturday Night Fever")The movie that would make John Travolta a household name and disco the music genre of choice across the nation was released in December 1977. STAFF PICKS:Mind Bender by StillwaterWayne leads off with a band whose name was used for a rock band in the movie "Almost Famous." This vocoder-laced southern rock piece with a shuffle beat hit the Billboard Hot 100 at number 46. The song is about a talking guitar called "Mindbender.: Stillwater is from Warner Robins, Georgia, and plays an annual show in Macon at Christmas time.She's Not There by SantanaRob brings us a cover of the Zombie's hit from the 60's. While the Zombie's version made it to number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, Carlos Santana gives it a Latin fusion twist that would hit number 27 on the charts. Greg Walker is the vocalist on this single, with Santana of course on guitar.Help Is On Its Way by the Little River BandBrian's staff pick is from the Australian band known for their harmonies and easy groove. This is the lead single from their third album, Diamantina Cocktail. The song has a positive feel, and peaked at number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100.Baby Come Back by PlayerBruce's staff pick was written by band members Peter Beckett (lead vocals and guitar) and J.C. Crowley (piano and backing vocals) after two of the band members had broken up with their girl friends. This is off their self-titled debut album. The band would be less successful when they moved from a soul oriented sound to a more rock-oriented sound on their future albums. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:The Dialogue from the motion picture "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"The distinctive 5-note jingle marked the start of a conversation with aliens in this science fiction movie that debuted in December 1977.
Beset with technical problems including crashing software and randomly rebooting laptops, Jonny and Richard finally managed to record this show of nonsense with a few unwanted pops and squelches on the audio. Sorry about that. Topics covered this week include GT-Rs in Peaky Blinders, a trip to the corrections desk, random people on American internal flights, a confusion between 'loo' and 'poo', impersonating a peacock, bold claims in car ads, Japanese sports cars that look good without boot spoilers, Norfolk as the UK hotspot for cars for sale at the side of the road, USAF personnel driving American cars in Britain, giving away a Ford Raptor to an East Anglian grandma, San Franciscans dissolving in the rain, Richard's short review of the new Range Rover, Jonny watching Cliffhanger, the coolness of El Caminos, seeing a Rivian R1T in real life, the surprisingly nice new Toyota Venza, and John Travolta flying himself to the East of England to go on a deranged shellfish binge. patreon.com/smithandsniff Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
First, it puts the marbles in its mouth. Then, it eats the tequila worm. When the mallow is flamin', or the legs are sweating, you are either a bull rider or a loser criminal wearing a mesh shirt. Regardless of the outcome, you are apparently a wife beater in either scenario. Make some cornbread or find a box of instant while you listen to Mike and Anthony give their take on Urban Cowboy.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/sodapopcultureclub)
This month's Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary track is getting the doves ready to soar, while the explosions go off in the background. Aaron is joined by Brandon Peters, Scott Mendelson, and Mark Hofmeyer to discuss 1997's Face/Off, featuring Nicolas Cage as John Travolta, and John Travolta as Nicolas Cage. Listen in to hear the crew discuss what makes this a 90s action classic, why the acting is worthy of praise, how director John Woo acquits himself with this amazing/ridiculous premise and more. There's plenty more discussion about the nature of the production, what makes this film stand out, Woo's signature style, and lots of fun tangents as well. So now, if you've got an hour to kill… Follow all of us on Twitter: @Outnow_Podcast, @AaronsPS4, @WalrusMoose, @MHofmeyer, @ScottMendelson, @Brandon4KUHD Check out all of our sites and blogs: TheCodeIsZeek.com, Why So Blu?, Forbes, The Brandon Peters Show, Movies, Films & Flix, Deep Blue Sea the Pod Watch the Trailer for Face/Off #FaceOff #NicolasCage #JohnTravolta #JohnWoo #JoanAllen #GinaGershon #AlessandroNivola #Action #Commentary #Doves #film #movies #entertainment #outnowwithaaronandabe #outnowpodcast
This week, our boys lean into some hard times on opposite ends of the family-friendly spectrum; in Killing Season, Travolta slaps on a dyed-black chinbeard and a thick moose-and-skvirrel accent as a Bosnian War vet set to take revenge on the American soldier (a weary Robert De Niro) who nearly killed him years ago. It's a one-on-one survival thriller in the wilderness among two old men, which isn't as fun as it sounds (save for some ooey-gooey gore effects). On the kiddie half of the equation, Nic Cage teams back up with Jerry Bruckheimer for G-Force, a hokey live-action/animation adventure that asks the fundamental question: what if guinea pigs were spies? It's a feast of late-aughts 3D gimmickry, comedy actors slumming it (Will Arnett, Zack Galifinakis) and Cage hamming -- well, mole-ing -- it up as a member of the team with a surprising secret (and a nasal voice that would make Peggy Sue Got Married jealous). Critic and author Marya E. Gates joins us on the pod to talk about this highly unique double feature, and shares with us her childhood memories that might make G-Force just a bit more palatable. Pledge to our Patreon at patreon.com/travoltacage Follow us on Twitter @travoltacage Email us questions at email@example.com Podcast theme by Jon Biegen Podcast logo by Felipe Sobreiro
Not that anybody asked but this week we donned our Cage masks and double checked we weren't actually John Travolta because we're talking about The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. As part of our target audience you are probably more than aware that Nicolas Cage is starring as Nick Cage in what is probably the best movie ever made. But what other actors would we like see star in a movie as themselves? What will make our final Top 3 list this week? Expect Carl Weathers Sorbet, Dolphinmonkeypigs and around 27 billion dollars. You can find the trailers for our choices, and other things referenced, on this https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlT3Mg5E25QU7I3jHw6X1Uyxs7mt3_5I7 (youtube playlist). Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thepodcastnobodyaskedfor/ (thepodcastnobodyaskedfor) Follow us on Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/nobodyasked4pod (@nobodyasked4pod) Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nobodyasked4pod (/nobodyasked4pod) You can become a friend of the podcast over at https://www.patreon.com/thepodcastnobodyaskedfor (Patreon) - all money will go towards making the podcast bigger and better. Leave us a review, including any ideas you have for future episodes on https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-podcast-nobody-asked-for/id1531618753 (Apple Podcast) or https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-podcast-nobody-asked-for-1964757 (Podchaser)
xclusive Interview With Paul Barresi Broke into show business by hanging around the set of The Wild Party (1975) and was hired as a gofer and given a small part as a bartender. Posed for Playgirl magazine in the 1970s with Cassandra Peterson, who would later be the namesake host of Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988). Sold a story to the "National Enquirer" in 1990 for $100,000 about his alleged longtime love affair with John Travolta. Once worked as an investigator for celebrity private detective Anthony Pellicano.
xclusive Interview With Paul Barresi Broke into show business by hanging around the set of The Wild Party (1975) and was hired as a gofer and given a small part as a bartender.Posed for Playgirl magazine in the 1970s with Cassandra Peterson, who would later be the namesake host of Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988).Sold a story to the "National Enquirer" in 1990 for $100,000 about his alleged longtime love affair with John Travolta.Once worked as an investigator for celebrity private detective Anthony Pellicano.
In 1977 Disco got a second life after the surprise success of the film "Saturday Night Fever". This pop culture nuclear bomb also made John Travolta a movie star. Similarly in 1987, "Dirty Dancing" was surprise success that vaulted Patrick Swayze to A list movie star. Join us as we celebrate the 45th and 35th anniversaries of these iconic, impactful movies. We discuss their beginnings, the castings and the incredible stories behind the scenes! It'll make you feel like dancing! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our resident Co-host, James Warny returns for a review of the John Woo cult classic, ‘FACE/OFF.'Hit the play button to hear our pop culture news updates as well as weekly recommendations for both, tv/film. Podcast music:Onarres.Edited and mixed:Wesley Swanson.John Travolta interview audio:BUILD Series.
The directing duo Daniels (“Swiss Army Man”) take a maximalist approach to filmmaking that suits the dizzying plotting of their new multiverse tale EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE. And while Daniels' seemingly endless inventiveness is impressive and often hilarious, what makes the film really tick is the layered acting work of stars Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan. Speaking of acting, 1997's FACE/OFF has its share of it, with Nicolas Cage and John Travolta trading personas - and faces - in John Woo's action spectacle. Adam and Josh give the film a 25th-anniversary revisit in anticipation of their upcoming Top 5 Nicolas Cage Performances. Plus they crown the winner of Filmspotting Madness—Best of the '70s. 0:00 - Billboard 1:25 - Review: “Everything Everywhere All At Once” Jair Claudino Rodrigues Junior, “Sorte” 31:25 - Next Week / Notes 36:43 - Filmspotting Madness—Best of the '70s: Champion 52:32 - Review: “Face/Off” at 25 1:21:34 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Bad Movie Battle continues, with NYC hip-hop artists S!LENCE and Wavy Bagels joining hosts Gary Suarez and Jeffery Laughlin to discuss Gotti (2018, starring John Travolta as John Gotti).Subscribe to the Cabbages hip-hop newsletter for free at cabbageshiphop.com Theme and interstitial music produced and provided by Steel Tipped Dove.★ Support this podcast ★
Action Movie Month continues with one of the worst films of all time: John Travolta's passion project, the adaptation of Battlefield Earth! We discuss terrible villain design, terrible everything else, and wonder what it must have been like eating lunch with John Travolta. This episode brought to you in part by Framebridge. Framebridge makes it super easy and affordable to frame your favorite things, from art prints and posters to the travel photos sitting on your phone. Go to www.framebridge.com and use promo code LOVEIT to save an additional 15% off your first order. This episode brought to you in part by Good Chop. With Good Chop, you get a flexible monthly subscription plan for high-quality American meat and seafood delivered convenient, contact-free delivery right to your doorstep. Go to www.goodchop.com/love100 and use code love100 to get $100 off your first 3 boxes. Brought to you in part by Cat Person, cat food that's everything your cat needs to stay happy and healthy – high quality, high protein meals delivered right to your door! Go to CatPerson.com/love and use code LOVE to save nearly 50% on your Starter Box with free shipping. This episode brought to you in part by Best Fiends. If you're looking for a fun game to pass the time while engaging your brain and enjoying breathtaking visuals and a gripping story, your answer is Best Fiends. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. With over 100 million downloads, this 5-star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play! Download the 5 star-rated puzzle game, Best Fiends FREE today on the App Store or Google Play. Produced by Andrew Ivimey as part of The From Superheroes Network. Visit www.FromSuperheroes.com for more podcasts, articles, YouTube series, web comics, and more.
Frank Skinner's on Absolute Radio every Saturday morning and you can enjoy the show's podcast right here. Radio Academy Award winning Frank, Emily and Alun bring you a show which is like joining your mates for a coffee... So, put the kettle on, sit down and enjoy UK commercial radio's most popular podcast. This week Frank has been to see The Lovely Eggs and has also seen a celebrity in an unlikely place. The team also discuss John Travolta's trip to Morrisons, having a rat as a pet and top hats.
Become a SYSCA supporter here!! Listen to the full episode on Apple Podcasts here. And on Spotify here.We get it - we're all sick of reading, thinking, and talking about the slap - so we don't dwell on it for long. Instead we take you through some of the WILD (and some of the downright racist) moments that have occurred in the many years that the Oscars have been running, and I promise you're going to be SHOCKED at some of them. (PS does anyone else remember John Travolta calling Idina Mendel "Adele Dazeem???" Tune in for more! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hilaria Baldwin is pregnant with her 7th baby with Alec Baldwin, ‘The Flash' actor Ezra Miller arrested at Hawaii karaoke bar, John Travolta and his son adopt the puppy from Betty White's Oscars tribute, ‘It' prequel series in the works at HBO Max, Japan to change age of adulthood for the first time since the Meiji Era of the late 1800s, the average Californian is prepared to gain 14 pounds in order to drink, a study in China says that women have smelly feet compared to men but the study was just trying to sell product, and a best man stole his best friends bride at his wedding!
Part 2 of today's pod opens with your daily dose of rants as the Bittersweet 16 of March Madness Madness kicks off. Adam also complains about how citizens in LA are being told not to wear expensive jewelry so they don't get robbed, and other stories of brazen smash and grab thievery. Gina then shares a story about Vinnie Tortorich's panic attack at a strip club, and she reads a news story about the death of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins. Later, Vinnie Tortorich calls in to provide more context for his strip club panic attack. As the show wraps up, Gina plays some more Oscar highlights, and the guys discuss Oscar ratings, John Travolta's latest flight license, and Singapore's organ donation rules. Please support today's sponsors: JBweld.com Geico.com Pluto.TV The Jordan Harbinger Show
Bobby starts by talking about a woman with “biggest breasts in the US” who wants them removed. John Travolta now has his pilot license to fly a 737. Bobby shares a texting pet peeves he has when someone just asks him ‘if you're busy on a certain day'. Bobby teases a new podcast idea. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zach, Amin and Mayes induct John Travolta into the ten timer's club with the movie that flipped the world upside down so startlingly, it has never recovered. When a family man hits rock bottom at an astronomical rate, he is forced to do whatever is necessary to recover the money owed to him by his wealthy former boss. Join the Count The Dings Patreon for the 2021 Awards, Glossary, Holiday Episodes, Cinepheud, and the full Mailbag at www.patreon.com/CountTheDings You will also get access to our exclusive watch-a-long episodes in 2022 and beyond! Rate Cinephobe 5-stars on Apple Podcasts. Follow Cinephobe on Twitter & Instagram: Zach Harper @talkhoops IG: @talkhoops Amin Elhassan @darthamin IG: @darthamin Anthony Mayes @cornpuzzle IG: @cornpuzzle CTD @countthedings IG: @countthedings Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Maury Povich show ends, Chinese plane crash & airline conspiracies, Eli Zaret stops in, what Gen Z wants Boomers to learn, pontoon boat killing, and BranDon's Uber adventure with Andy Dick.Eli Zaret drops by to complain about Lily's AT&T commercials, hate on Duke, discuss March Madness, give his weekly Winning Time recap, vet Deshaun Watson as much as the Cleveland Browns did, make fun of Urban Meyer for being an idiot, and complain about the Detroit Tigers.Tom Mazawey is the most famous Saint Peter's alumni of all time.Trash TV: Maury is going off was still on the air after 30+ years. Steve Harvey and Jerry Springer are judges now. Sherri Shepherd stole Wendy Williams act and show. BranDon and Andy Dick had an Uber adventure last night.Ted Cruz clashed with airport police in Montana.The People's Convoy got trolled by a bicyclist. This dude HATES the convoy.Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis bought a Cameo from Volodymyr Zelenskyy for $35,000,000.Amy Schumer is "NOT afraid to go there". She stands with Ukraine.Rachel Zegler was not invited to the Oscars, so she complained on social media. People are wondering who they are going to kick out to make room for her now.Life has been so difficult for Zoë Kravitz in spite of having famous rich parents.Britney Spears is looking to possibly maybe make new music if she feels like it. She has the most fascinating voice.The Game says the Grammys are racist for not allowing Kanye West to perform.Kid Rock declares himself uncancelable with Tucker Carlson.Russia vs Ukraine: Aaron Lewis of Staind is team Putin and afraid of the Deep State. Maksim Chmerkovskiy is making the conflict all about him AGAIN. A 737 airplane crashed in China. Drew wants answers about this as well as Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Some people are saying both of them are joyride suicides.John Travolta wants you to know that he is now a 737 pilot.A dude in Florida was crushed by a bulldozer while taking a dump in a porta potty.60 Minutes did a piece on why Millennials are getting screwed in the housing market again.Drew Crime: A 74-year-old man was twice trying to save a couple from drowning... until he had to kill one of them.Generational Wars: Gen Z is holding Boomers accountable.Sue Bird needs to be in more commercials.Michigan is always under construction. Woodward is going on a "road diet".Michigan Unemployment agency remains a joke.Buy Kwame Kilpatrick's book and give it a review with our Amazon portal.Parliament-Funkadelic is touring. Drew flashes back to the 70's.Nancy Reagan was the Hollywood BJ Queen.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).