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Before Yellowjackets introduced her to a new flock of fans, longtime admirers Leonard and Jessie sat down with Melanie Lynskey in 2017 to talk about her enduring career, which was jump-started when director Peter Jackson cast her and an equally unknown Kate Winslet in his exceptional film Heavenly Creatures. Seen by millions of viewers on the network comedy Two and a Half Men, she has never forsaken her indie roots, and we discussed her latest Sundance sleeper I Don't Feel at Home In This World Anymore. And yes, Melanie is as nice as she is talented.
Markus Klinko is best known for his work with celebrities such as Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, David Bowie, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Will Smith, Eva Mendes, Kim Kardashian, and Naomi Campbell. Join us for an intriguing episode of the Laser Light Show as we explore what Erchonia Lasers can do in the hands of an artist. https://www.markusklinkostudio.com/bio https://www.instagram.com/klinkostudio/
Josh is joined by recurring guests Fred Kolb and Adam Lichtenstein to revisit James Cameron's "Titanic" following its re-release in theaters for its 25th Anniversary. They discuss how impressive of a feat of filmmaking it was of Cameron to convey such an epic event in painstaking detail, performances from Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and the rest of the cast, whether James Cameron's script has been has been historically unfairly maligned and much much more!
This week's mentor is casting director Maribeth Fox of Laura Rosenthal Casting. Maribeth has cast several of our favorites, including The Kids Are All Right with Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, and Mark Ruffalo; Mildred Pierce with Kate Winslet and Evan Rachel Wood; and Late Night with Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson, and many more. In this episode of Mentors on the Mic, Maribeth and I discuss not only these projects and her other upcoming ones, such as Bottoms with Kaia Gerber and produced by Elizabeth Banks; Apple TV psychological thriller Sharper with Julianne Moore and Sebastian Stan, and; Murder Mystery 2 with Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler, and a mentor from this podcast, Tony Goldwyn. We then take a look into the process that led up to these actors' casting – from in-person auditions, self-tapes, and submission preferences, to her own process for selection. We also learn about her own journey within the industry, starting from her first role as an assistant at Buchwald Agency to having an eight-week casting job that eventually turned into a 15-year career. Show highlights: [02:30] Maribeth's first role in the entertainment industry as an assistant at Buchwald Agency [03:56] Her exploration of different trades within the industry – from talent agencies, publicity, to network casting – and why casting with Laura fit her best [10:39] The day-to-day differences between casting at a network and working freelance at a casting office [16:44] How many people she confers with for approval on a project, depending on it being TV and film [24:42] Maribeth's self-tape tips for actors that can help them in future auditions [29:20] Her submission preferences and how casting actually handles self-tapes [30:44] The process of how to select actors for an audition [42:22] How Maribeth navigates self-tapes compared to in-person auditions [44:18] How they split shows in Laura Rosenthal Casting [46:07] A breakdown of Maribeth's upcoming projects including Kaia Gerber's audition for Bottoms *** Links and resources Resources Email Maribeth at email@example.com for a 30-minute self-tape feedback over Zoom Mentors on the Mic is on IMDb Guest links IMDb Host links Website IMDb Instagram - @MentorsontheMic and @MichelleSimoneMiller Twitter - @MentorsontheMic and @MichelleSimoneM Facebook Youtube
We have some really exciting news for you, we've launched a brand new podcast – Intelligence Squared Arts & Culture. Join us every week as we delve into the artistic and cultural moments, movements and conversations that have shaped, and are still shaping, our world. Over the years we've produced hundreds of Arts and Culture debates, live events, discussions and interviews, working with some of the world's greatest minds, including Kate Winslet, Salman Rushdie, Helena Bonham Carter, Christopher Hitchens, Bernardine Evaristo, Tom Hiddleston, Stephen Fry and many others. Search Intelligence Squared Arts & Culture, wherever you get your podcasts. This podcast was produced and edited by Executive Producer Rowan Slaney — We'd love to hear your feedback and what you think we should talk about next, who we should have on and what our future debates should be about. Send us an email or voice note with your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org. At Intelligence Squared we've got our own online streaming platform, Intelligence Squared+ and we'd love you to give it a go. It's packed with more than 20 years' worth of video debates and conversations on the world's most important topics as well as exclusive podcast content. Tune in to live events, ask your questions or watch on-demand, totally ad-free with hours of discussion to dive into. Visit intelligencesquaredplus.com to start watching today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
International Women's Week on Intelligence Squared. On this episode we're hearing a compilation from our award-winning podcast series How I Found My Voice which explores how some of the world's greatest artists and thinkers became such compelling – and unique – communicators. Our host for the series, BBC journalist Samira Ahmed, revisits conversations with writers Margaret Atwood, Bernardine Evaristo and Elif Shafak, actors Kate Winslet, Rose McGowan and Priyanka Chopra Jonas, singer Paloma Faith, Labour politician and Member of Parliament Jess Phillips, businesswoman Gina Miller, and comedian Katharine Ryan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chick flick? Action film? Disaster Film? Drama? Soft porn? This movie is truly everything, and even the humor throughout truly do land, for me, at least. After my high school years when I finally grew up, I was able to freely admit that Titanic is not only one of the greatest films ever made, but also one of my all time favorite films. My top 10 can change on a daily basis, but usually, this one stays up there pretty consistently. I'll never forget when this movie hit theaters at the end of 1997. My sister was either visiting from college or was about to go off to San Diego in the spring. I was in junior high and she had her own life, so the family wasn't together much in those days because, well, that's how it happens when you start to build your own social groups. That whole week leading up to our showtime at Regal Edwards Stadium in Valencia, CA. The memory is so close to me I can reach out and just about touch it. We might have grabbed dinner at our favorite Mexican restaurant, Don Cuco's first. But I remember it was night as it was mid-December and the streets lights were lined with Christmas lights and Christmas wreaths. So I was already pumped full of excitement for Christmas just around the corner, but I think I might have been more excited for Titanic. All week I'd been glued to the news watching live interviews of people walking out of the film, absolutely praising it to high heaven. Women were in tears, teenagers were glowing, young boys were hooping and hollering. The world was right because the Titanic was once again afloat majestically on the sea of the silver screens across the world. Jack Dawson was alive forever, no matter what the movie tried to tell us about his fate. I remember all four of us in our gold Toyota minivan, those vans that looked like an Orca whale, I always thought. My dad, at one point early on the trip, exclaimed like the captain of a ship: "Ahoy! Away we go!" My sister rolled her eyes, I giggled with excitement. I may have been growing out of childish things, but I would never grow out of the thrill of a new movie that was about to change the world. Granted, I didn't know James Cameron going into Titanic. I wasn't yet aware of Leonardo DiCaprio or Kate Winslet or even Kathy Bates of Billy Zane. This was a totally new cast to me. It was akin to a monster movie anyway, you show up for the monster, not the actors. The monster in Titanic, of course, was a gentle giant gliding though the Atlantic like battle-ready seraph seeking to bring all onboard to the safety of the New York port. I just wanted to get to the safety of the movie theater, my butt planted, my bladder empty, and a ship-shaped box of popcorn in my lap that would likely be eaten before the final preview ended twenty-five minutes after the lights dimmed. The movie happened, and thought I don't know the names of everyone in that crowded theater, I can tell you that no one was the same that night. Titanic wasn't a mere movie to kill 90 minutes with like Mouse Hunt playing for the kids and poor parents next door. Jack Nicholson was yucking it up with racial slurs in As Good As It Gets in the theater across the hall. For those who got to the box office after the last Titanic ticket sold out, Spielberg's ship movie Ammistad was playing as another sea voyage option. Pierce Brosnan was shooting it up in his second Bond outing at the time Titanic was in theaters in Tomorrow Never Dies. Hollywood never looked better than 1996 and 1997, and we were still in for plenty of surprises in 1998. Quality would Peter off in 1999 and then for the next decade or so moving forward. But for now, life - at least life through the big screen - was good. And now, 26 years later, I've been making it a point to watch Titanic annually for the last few years, because it's too good of a movie to just let slip through your fingers. I'm not sure how many people out there love it as much as I do. Sure, the CGI people on the wide shots of the ship's deck are super obvious, but that can easily be overlooked because the script, as simple of a love story as it is, is so tightly written and the characters are so engaging (perhaps because you know their fate going into the film). You may not realize it, but James Horner's score does to this movie what John Williams' does to Star Wars: It elevates a great film to an excellent film. The Southampton track alone is enough to rival E.T. and Jurassic Park. And yeah, it was overplayed in the late 90's, but you've got to admit, when you hear Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On," your mind is taken instantly to snapshots of this film. That's what a great feature song is supposed to do. I hadn't seen Aliens or Terminator 2 when I first saw Titanic. These are earlier films directed by James Cameron. These are movies I finally got to experience as an older teenager. Sure, I'd seen the motor bike chase scene in the wash a bunch of times on TV, but the commercials would come on and force my hand to change the channel back to Fresh Prince. Aliens and T2, of course, are both classic movies whose appeal to older teens and sci-fi/horror buffs will never die. So of course I was excited to see Avatar after Cameron came out of hibernation, but that movie disappointed me so bad that my viewing party unanimously agreed to turn it off with about 40 minutes left to go (and this was after speeding it up several times). Most people who like Avatar really only like it because of the visual effects. I'm sorry, but the visual effects have never been enough for me to keep me invested in what I paid for - the story and characters. No amount of crayons and digital paintings can keep me watching if the story sucks. If I wanted to watch pretty pictures move around I'd go to an art gallery and have my kids run around with the paintings. I haven't seen Kate Winslet in many other things other than Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and admittedly I need to go back and re-watch that film since I don't remember it much - I guess it's become spotless in my mind. But I'll focus here on the other lead. I've since gained much respect for our dear Leonardo DiCaprio. He did this and Romeo + Juliet (a film you couldn't pay me to watch), and like a college kid exploring drugs, he did it and moved on. He moved on from the pretty-boy image to more serious, grown-up rolls. I first took notice of his range and ability in the masterpiece Catch Me If You Can. From there he went on to do The Departed, The Revenant, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, just to name a few standout films. You can tell Leo is still earning his acting legs in Titanic, but he really does keep up with his more experienced ensemble here. I mean, holding the stage with the great Kathy Bates cannot be an easy task by any stretch of the imagination. I don't have time to go into every actor's role here, but let's just say, everyone is at their best here. And I've heard that many people are annoyed when Billy Zane is chasing Jack and Rose down through the lobby of the sinking ship shooting at them with a pistol, but I loved that extra bit of tension. It shows just how deranged and vengeful he is, that he's not content to leave their fate up to the unforgiving ocean. He has to kill Jack himself, even at the cost of his own life. That's what I'm talking about: James Cameron packs in as much excitement and tension and human drama as possible to make this sinking ship even more exciting and visually stunning than it already is. Over the past few months I feel like I've been on a sinking ship, and it has not felt stunning or glamorous at all. I've been waiting on doctors to give me a date and POA about my heart surgery that's been looming over me for nearly a year now. I got fired from my job that I absolutely loved. Internal family issues have been a big source of our growing sadness. I've learned things about certain people in my past that I cannot overlook. Have you ever felt like you're in a sinking ship? You're like the captain, and you look around and realized there's nothing you can do but wait for the water to crash in through the windows and swallow you up for eternity. One of the greatest things about Jesus is that He practically promises that life is going to suck and things will be hard. Never, ever does He say if you trust in Me, your life will go well. He doesn't even promise an easy life for those who reject Him. Life is going to suck for everyone at some point or another. And for some, the ship will just continue to sink from birth until the day they die. Others might experience a righting of a capsized ship for a time. But there's still water in the galley. Damage has been done. It's still going to go down. But the beauty of this film is that it does't end there. Not for Rose, anyway. When the elderly Rose remembers the Titanic in the final frames - Okay, I do hate the part where Old Rose goes "Oops" and drops the necklace in the ocean, that was awkwardly delivered like it should have been in a sitcom. But that's nothing compared to what the ending could have been. Do me a huge favor. After you're done with this podcast, go on YouTube and look up "Titanic - Alternate Ending." This will shock you, it will crack you up, and you will absolutely be stunned. You'll also be grateful someone had the courage to talk James Cameron out of letting this be the final version of Titanic, and I can almost guarantee that if this were the ending, we would not be talking about this magnificent film today. Not to mention, goodbye, Oscars. Anyway, the beauty of this film is that it doesn't end with the ship going down. At least not for Rose. When the elderly Rose remembers the Titanic in the final frames, she remembers it as it once was, with the warm lights, the smiling faces, the classical ambiance in the background, the hot steaming shrimp platters and broiled chicken. Children looking over the edge, gazing at the endless black ocean which they thought they'd never touch. Couples walking hand in hand.When I look back on the darkest of days, there was always a friend or two. People bringing us food, sending Bible verses, long conversations over chips and salsa, or phone talks aimed at pointing me in the right direction. A hug from my wife goes father than anything else in the world in the darkest of days. My kids saying "I love you," or making a pop-up card with Spider-Man drawn inside can light up the darkest recesses of my heart, if I let it. Yeah, Jesus promised life would suck. But He also promised we'd never be alone, those who trust in Him. And let's just say that everyone you love gets blown up by a raid from Russia and you're the only survivor. You'd still have the Holy Spirit working inside you. I bet if you look back on your most difficult times, you weren't really alone ever. In fact, you might have had too many people pestering you to offer you care and support. Everyone's on a sinking ship. It's called mortality. Not one valuable thing is going to last in this world. Not the Heart of the Ocean. Not your iPhone. Not even that Chinese stickman sitting on your shelf that's supposedly a family heirloom from when your grandfather fought in Vietnam. Life sucks, nothing lasts, but like the movie Titanic, all will end well for those who believe in Jesus as their savior. How do I know this? Can I prove it to you? I mean, I can show you a bunch of Bible verses, but ultimately it just comes down to childlike faith. I've been in the place where I had nothing and nobody, and I had no one else to turn to but God. It was a tough pill to swallow because I really, really hated Him. I cursed Him out on a daily basis, I mocked my wife for believing in Jesus. I despised church and everyone who worked for it. Either way, my ship was sinking. So did I want some help or not? I called on God and asked Jesus to help me. Parts of my life got better, sure. But ultimately, life still sucks. The bills keep getting bigger, the economy still crashed, I still lost my job for reasons 100% outside my control, I still fight with my wife and kids. But now at least, I'm not doing any of it alone. The thing I hate about talking about Christian stuff is that sometimes it just sounds like meaningless platitudes. You've heard people saying forever that some pizza is the greatest pizza in the world. But you truly don't understand how good a Chi Chi's Pizza is until you actually try it. You don't know what great, epic, 90's filmmaking is until you watch Titanic, or Braveheart. Or, like the elderly Rose at the beginning of the movie says after the bearded guy on the ship describes how the Titanic went down with the use of 90's computer graphics. She says, "Thank you for that fine forensic analysis, Mr. Bodee. Of course, the experience of it was ... somewhat different." I can tell you as someone who hated God, Bible verses were like pois on to me. I inwardly reacted to anything Scriptural the way Superman does to Kryptonite. But it's a very different experience when you enter into the faith and family of Jesus. Suddenly, it clicks, and the words of Scripture aren't just meaningless Hallmark well-wishes. They cut deep, speak to your soul, mend wounds that no words from mortals can utter. Your life, like mine, is a sinking ship. Soon, we'll each be buried, some scattered at sea. We hit the iceberg the second we were born. There's no escaping the rising waters. There's no slowing down time. But we can certainly build good memories while there still is time. Though the water may be rising around us, we can choose to focus on the ones we love, our family, our friends, those who speak truth into our lives. Much in the way Jack told Rose that she was better than the life she was born into - that she didn't have to continue on in that way, that she had a choice, she could turn from her life and experience something freer, more exhilarating. Just look around for one minute on Twitter, and you'll see quite clearly that the world is sinking, whether its by political disputes, ongoing systemic racism, or quite literally global warming. Jesus promised it would happen. He warned us about the icebergs. We were unable to steer clear. He's provided enough lifeboats to abandon ship, but unfortunately not everyone gets on. Thank you for listening. I'm your host, Andrew Toy, and I'll see you next time on Life Through the Big Screen.
Erik Childress and Peter Sobczynski are back to get you caught up on your physical media and it runs the gamut from the 1930s up until the Oscars this weekend including one Oscar for Joan Crawford and another hopefully for Sarah Polley. There is also Greta Garbo, Susan Hayward and Shirley Temple. A film about making the perfect man and another teen comedy about hoping to romance the perfect woman. Sony has some 4K editions of late ‘90s action and the pair fondly remember some 1980s Schwarzenegger sci-fi set from just a few years ago. 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Criterion (Mildred Pierce (4K)) 7:01 - Warner Archive (Camille, I'll Cry Tomorrow) 16:57 - Cohen Media (Let it Be Morning) 19:06 - Arrow Films (The House That Screamed) 24:36 - Kino (Asphalt, The Crusades, Little Miss Marker, Making Mr. Right, Secret Admirer) 42:13 - Greenwich (Dear Mr. Brody) 48:29 - Mill Creek (The Fan, Fear 1996, Problem Child) 58:45 - Sony (Air Force One (4K), The Mask of Zorro (4K)) 1:05:13 - Paramount (The Running Man) 1:12:11 - Universal (Women Talking) 1:21:42 – New Blu-ray Announcements 1:26:10 - Outro
Who's ready for a little true crime? This week the siblings are breaking down the fictionalization of the infamous Parker-Hulme murder case in 1950's Christchurch, New Zealand. Heavenly Creatures tells the story of Juliet Hulme and Pauline Parker, who together bludgeoned Parker's mother to death with a half brick in a stocking in order to avoid being separated. Ross gets eeked by the crazy-good acting of Melanie Lynskey and Kate Winslet, Carie can't get over the concept of matricide, and the siblings see the machinations of how two people can become so detached from reality.
Kadeem Fuller is Chicago based comedian, hails from Alabama and has opened for Tony Rock. We talk about ANTIFA getting it in with the cops in Oakland, Kramer says the N word with a hard R and we talk some Black Jews. Eddie Murphy is funny, we talk eating pig feet and I spanked it to Jessica Alba and Kate Winslet. Support The Lobo Den Podcast by joining the Patreon with bonus content and more: https://www.patreon.com/theloboden The views expressed on the podcast are of The Lobo Den Podcast and do not reflect the views and positions of anyone ever. YouTube: https://youtu.be/XSJepECa1f0 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fullacomedy/ https://www.instagram.com/lobo9110/ https://www.instagram.com/thelobodenpodcast/ Best Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/830054804387858 TikTok (aka CCP weaponized social media app): https://www.tiktok.com/@theloboden Twitter: https://twitter.com/lobodenpodcast https://twitter.com/lobo9110 Donate: https://www.paypal.me/thelobodenpodcast Links: https://linktr.ee/theloboden
On this episode of Made in Hollywood Mark and William dissect The Banshees of Inisherin and the Titanic. You may also hear irrelevant things in this episode about Universal Studios, AMC Theaters Del Amy, The Irish Goodbye, Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Titanic, James Cameron, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Avatar: Way of Water, and The Smurfs.
L'historienne Virginie Girod achève son récit autour de l'histoire du naufrage du Titanic, dans une série en 4 parties. Et ce alors que "Titanic", le film, l'une des plus belles histoires d'amour du cinéma, fait son retour sur grand écran 25 ans après sa sortie. Un périple tragique que vous aurez l'occasion de revivre à travers une nouvelle expérience remastérisée.Le 15 avril 1912, vers 2 heures du matin, il reste 1.700 personnes à bord du paquebot en train de couler dans l'Atlantique Nord et seuls quatre radeaux pliables sont encore disponibles. Beaucoup de passagers sentent la mort approcher. Certains chantent même des cantiques. Lord Bruce Ismay, le président de la White Star Line, ne devrait pas monter à bord des derniers canots de sauvetage disponibles, question d'honneur. Mais quel choix va-t-il faire ? Et avec quels fantômes devra-t-il vivre ? Dans cet épisode du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" produit par Europe 1 Studio, Virginie Girod retrace les derniers instants du Titanic, de ses passagers rescapés et de tous les autres.Sujets abordés : Titanic - bateau - naufrage - Grande-Bretagne - White Star line - Bruce Ismay - James Pirrie - Thomas Andrews - John Smith
L'historienne Virginie Girod poursuit son récit sur l'histoire du Titanic, dans une série en 4 parties. Avec le film "Titanic", Leonardo DiCaprio et Kate Winslet seront de nouveau les têtes d'affiche des salles de cinéma dans les semaines à venir. 25 ans après l'idylle entre Jack et Rose, les salles obscures proposent aux spectateurs de vivre une expérience inédite en 3D.Le 14 avril 1912, un peu avant minuit, dans l'Atlantique nord, l'équipage du Titanic est en alerte maximale : après un terrible choc avec un iceberg, les six premiers compartiments étanches prennent l'eau. L'architecte du paquebot Thomas Andrews estime disposer d'une heure pour évacuer le bâtiment… Les passagers de 3e classe sont les premiers à se rendre compte que quelque chose d'anormal vient de se produire. Puis peu à peu, c'est tout le bateau ensommeillé qui bascule dans l'horreur. Canot par canot, qui supervise l'évacuation ? Et avec quelles priorités ? Dans cet épisode du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" produit par Europe 1 Studio, Virginie Girod retrace les heures glaciales qui ont précédé la disparition du Titanic, la pire catastrophe maritime du 20e siècle.Sujets abordés : Titanic - bateau - naufrage - Grande-Bretagne - White Star line - Bruce Ismay - James Pirrie - Thomas Andrews - John Smith
Analisamos a continuação do mega sucesso de James Cameron, que agora retorna ao mundo de Pandora para explorar o fundo do mar. - Visite a página do podcast no site e confira material extra sobre o tema do episódio - Junte-se ao Cineclube Cinematório e tenha acesso a conteúdo exclusivo de cinema Nesta edição, o podcast cinematório café analisa o filme "Avatar: O Caminho da Água" (Avatar: The Way of Water), continuação do mega sucesso de bilheteria dirigido por James Cameron em 2009. Treze anos depois, o cineasta finalmente retorna ao mundo de Pandora, agora para explorar o fundo do mar. O longa foi indicado a quatro estatuetas no Oscar 2023: Melhor Filme, Melhores Efeitos Visuais, Melhor Direção de Arte e Melhor Som. Em "Avatar: O Caminho da Água", Jake (Sam Worthington) e Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña) constituíram família e vivem em comunidade na floresta de Pandora, até que um clone de Quaritch (Stephen Lang) aparece em busca de vingança. Os Na'vi se refugiam em um povoado litorâneo e precisam se adaptar aos costumes dos aliados para reunir forças e enfrentar a nova ameaça ao seu planeta. Também estrelado por Sigourney Weaver, Kate Winslet, Cliff Curtis, Edie Falco, CCH Pounder, Joel David Moore e Jack Champion, "Avatar: O Caminho da Água" chama a atenção novamente pelos esplendorosos efeitos visuais e por recorrer a clichês e convenções de gênero no roteiro. No podcast, nós debatemos os prós e os contras das escolhas de Cameron nesse sentido e também se o uso da tecnologia HFR (High Frame Rate, com velocidade de 48 quadros por segundo) é eficaz. Sentam-se à mesa conosco para discutir "Avatar: O Caminho da Água": Ana Lúcia Andrade, professora de Cinema da Escola de Belas Artes da UFMG; Renné França, professor, crítico de cinema e diretor do filme “Terra e Luz”; e Larissa Vasconcelos, jornalista e redatora do cinematório. O cinematório café é produzido e apresentado por Renato Silveira e Kel Gomes. A cada episódio, nós propomos um debate em torno de filmes recém-lançados e temas relacionados ao cinema, sempre em um clima de descontração e buscando refletir sobre imagens presentes no nosso dia a dia. Quer mandar um e-mail? Escreva para email@example.com. A sua mensagem pode ser lida no podcast!
We have some really exciting news for you, we're launching a brand new podcast – Intelligence Squared Arts & Culture. Join us every week as we delve into the artistic and cultural moments, movements and conversations that have shaped, and are still shaping, our world. Over the years we've produced hundreds of Arts and Culture debates, live events, discussions and interviews, working with some of the world's greatest minds, including Kate Winslet, Salmon Rushdie, Helena Bonham Carter, Christopher Hitchens, Bernardine Evaristo, Tom Hiddleston, Stephen Fry and many others. Search Intelligence Squared Arts & Culture, wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pour célébrer les 25 ans de la première sortie au cinéma de "Titanic", le film de James Cameron fait peau neuve et se présente dans les salles de cinéma avec une version remastérisée en 3D. Titanic a connu un succès monumental avec 11 oscars à son palmarès, égalant ainsi le record détenu par Ben-Hur, en 1959. A cette occasion, écoutez la suite de l'histoire du Titanic racontée par l'historienne Virginie Girod, dans une série en 4 parties.Trois jours après le départ de Southampton en Angleterre, une passagère de première classe surprend une conversation étrange entre le capitaine du paquebot John Smith et le président de White Star Line, Lord Bruce Ismay. Il est question d'un record de vitesse qu'il faudrait battre et de moteurs qu'il faudrait pousser à fond. Mais le lendemain, 14 avril 1912, plusieurs navires qui se trouvent également dans l'Atlantique Nord commencent à signaler par radio la présence d'icebergs… Accélérer dans cette zone, pour tenter de rejoindre plus vite New York, est-il bien raisonnable ? Dans cet épisode du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" produit par Europe 1 Studio, Virginie Girod retrace les heures qui ont précédé le naufrage du Titanic, la pire catastrophe maritime du 20e siècle.Sujets abordés : Titanic - bateau - naufrage - Grande-Bretagne - White Star line - Bruce Ismay - James Pirrie - Thomas Andrews - John Smith
Le film "Titanic" est de retour dans les salles pour célébrer les 25 ans de la sortie du long métrage. L'œuvre de James Cameron a été retravaillée pour proposer aux spectateurs une expérience 3D inédite. L'occasion d'apprécier à nouveau l'idylle entre Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) et Rose (Kate Winslet) à bord du plus mythique paquebot de l'Histoire.Redécouvrez l'histoire de ce naufrage avec l'historienne Virginie Girod qui vous raconte le périple du Titanic dans une série en 4 parties. A l'été 1907, deux lords anglais, Bruce Ismay et James Pirrie, s'associent pour imaginer trois paquebots à la pointe de la modernité et les plus luxueux possibles, pour le compte de la White Star line. L'un d'eux est baptisé le "Titanic". Le 10 avril 1912, à 12 h 15, ce navire transatlantique quitte Southampton en Angleterre, direction New York. 2.200 passagers sont présents à bord. Parmi eux, se trouve le concepteur du navire, Thomas Andrews, qui a tenu à participer à cette traversée inaugurale pour s'assurer que tout se passe bien… Dans cet épisode du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" produit par Europe 1 Studio, Virginie Girod retrace les prémices de l'aventure du Titanic.Sujets abordés : Titanic - bateau - naufrage - Grande-Bretagne - White Star line - Bruce Ismay - James Pirrie - Thomas Andrews - John Smith
Unsinkable: The Titanic Podcast
Join me for a look at the history of modern fan-fiction, its wild and wonderful strangeness, its relationship to sexuality and sexual liberation, just a little bit of everything. Titanic fan-fiction was a part of my childhood and remains a part of my life now; guys, there are GREAT stories on Fanfiction.net and Archive of Our Own (though truly you have to wade through some crap to get to them sometimes.).For info about my upcoming events: https://www.unsinkablepod.com/eventsA few articles about fan-fiction and its long history:https://bookriot.com/history-of-fanfiction/https://www.vice.com/en/article/jgqv7b/people-are-reading-so-much-fanfiction-its-crashing-the-biggest-fanfic-websitehttps://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2020/02/surprising-18th-century-origins-fan-fiction/606532/Support the showSupport Unsinkable on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unsinkablepodBuy Unsinkable shirts here!: https://www.bonfire.com/unsinkable-the-first-t-shirt/Support the pod by buying Titanic-related books through my Bookshop Storefront: https://bookshop.org/shop/unsinkablepodFind me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unsinkablepod/Shoot me an email if you like: UnsinkablePod@gmail.comWebsite: https://www.unsinkablepod.com
It's the episode you've all been waiting for! Emily finally saw Titanic so we finally get to talk about it, and we have A LOT to say! So join us as we discuss overachiever James Cameron's 1997 epic film that set the standard for vessel cinema. We'll never let go of our love for this perfect film. To hear this full episode, join our Patreon. Follow the show: @TSDWpodcast on Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram. Rate Too Scary; Didn't Watch 5 Stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Emily, Henley, and Sammy. Advertise on Too Scary; Didn't Watch via Gumball.fmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello dear listeners! The boys have taken their seats at the round table and are ready to discuss the month in pop culture! BeeJay celebrates Black History Month with the incredible Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur now streaming on Disney+ and airing weekly on The Disney Channel. Erik continues his viewing of Oscar nominees for Best Picture by chatting about Kate Winslet's decent into anime orchestra conducting in Tár. Finally Pat tackles reality food competition shows including Top Chef, Hell's Kitchen, and Next Level Chef. Before wrapping up, it's time for 1UPs!Sit back and get ready to Flame ON!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/flameon. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“I'll never let go, Jack. I'll never let go.”It's been 25 years since James Cameron dazzled the world with his gripping, historical disaster romance drama, but it's perpetually annoying that people forget TITANIC is a teen girl story. We're revisiting the film by focusing on the one aspect of the film that hasn't been analyzed to death yet -- the teenage power of Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater. Alexa, play "My Heart Will Go On."-------Become a Patron! www.patreon.com/thisendsatprom-------Article Discussed: /Film - Titanic Is The Best Possible Defense Of The Movie Sex Scene-------Find the Show on Twitter & Instagram: @ThisEndsAtPromBJ Colangelo —Twitter & Instagram: @BJColangeloHarmony Colangelo — Twitter & Instagram: @Veloci_trap_tor----------Logo Design: Haley Doodles @HaleyDoodleDoTheme Song: The Sonder Bombs 'Title': https://thesonderbombs.bandcamp.com/
"5x BFFM," stands for "Five Times Best Friends For Murder." Today's episode tells the story of Skylar Neese, and four more BFF Murders including the Slender Man murder, and the killing that inspired the Kate Winslet movie, "Heavenly Creatures." Also, Daisy hates this title and called me a, "Facebok Mom."Sources: https://www.aetv.com/real-crime/best-friends-who-killed-together https://abcnews.go.com/US/best-friends-killers-teens-murder-friend-didnt/story?id=24573749 https://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/2014/07/shocking-tweets-from-skylar-neeses-killer-after-she-stabbed-her-to-death/Check out the Anatalian Series: https://www.rebeccamikkelson.com/
Leo Mania, Kate Winslet drawn like a French girl, and the greatest power ballad of all time? Be still our 90's babies' hearts. R Jay Molina joins us to discuss TITANIC. We get into the MASSIVE hit film, James Cameron, and finally answer the age old question: will our hearts go on? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's the 25 anniversary of one of the highest grossing films of all time, and it's back in theaters. James Cameron's epic, TITANIC starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Does this timeless tragic love story still hold up 25 years later? And could both of them have fit on that door?Plus, the heart of the ocean isn't the only thing that's missing this week as so is Zach's new codeword. Will the guys be able to crack the code or will Zach finally see his comeuppance?Find out all that and more on this week's episode of Film Code!
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THIS IS A PREVIEW PODCAST. NOT THE FULL REVIEW. Please check out the full podcast review on our Patreon Page by subscribing over at - https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture For our latest throwback review, we're reviewing James Cameron's "Titanic" starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Gloria Stuart, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Bernard Hill, Jonathan Hyde, Danny Nucci, David Warner & Bill Paxton. A cultural phenomenon upon its release in 1997, the film broke box-office records and tied for the most Academy Award wins in history with eleven, including Best Picture. It continues to be beloved by millions of audiences to this day. For the release of its 25th anniversary, Lauren LaMagna, Dan Bayer, Lauren Cohen, Alyssa Christian, Nadia Dalimonte, and I came together on Valentine's Day to discuss our thoughts and feelings toward one of the most romantic, epic, and greatest movies ever made. Please join us for our over three-hour-long deep dive review as we discuss the writing, performances, spectacle, special effects, music and more. Thank you for all your support, and enjoy! Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
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It's been 25 years since the release of James Cameron's cult classic, Titanic. The epic movie, which early fans will remember came out on VHS in two parts because it was so long, is now being rereleased in cinemas. But more importantly, James Cameron has finally admitted that Jack might have survived had he been allowed on the now infamous door, and if he were to make this film again today the raft would be a lot smaller. On this episode we hear an interview from our series How I Found My Voice with Kate Winslet. In conversation with journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed, they discuss the great raft debate and the Academy Award winning actress' even greater career. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Titanic was a box office juggernaut 25 years ago, and it catapulted Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet into a whole new stratosphere of fame. The film recently returned to theaters, but we've got some distance from Leo Mania and "king of the world" jokes. So how does James Cameron's epic hold up all these years later? In this encore episode, we're revisiting our conversation about Titanic.
Kate Winslet specializes in playing women who fall in love truly, madly, deeply, and quickly. That can sometimes turn off critics and audiences, as was the case with the underrated LABOR DAY a.k.a. Jason Reitman's Most Honest Movie. Listen to Alex & Julio as they allow unfiltered romance to pierce their defenses and discuss Josh Brolin's raw sex appeal, the aphrodisiac qualities of peach pie, and other things you may learn about in prison.TIMELINE00:01:16 Labor Day00:15:17 Contrarians Corner- Wanna know how we really feel about LABOR DAY? Check out the Real Talk (RT) episode, on your feed RIGHT NOW!- Interested in more Contrarians goodness? Join THE CONTRARIANS SUPPLEMENTS on our Patreon Page! Deleted clips, extended plugs, bonus episodes free from the Tomatometer shackles… It's everything a Contrarians devotee would want!- Our YouTube page is live! Get some visual Contrarians delight with our Contrarians Warm-Ups and other fun videos!- Contrarians Merch is finally here! Check out our RED BUBBLE MERCH PAGE and buy yourself something nice that's emblazoned with one of our four different designs!- THE FESTIVE YEARS have been letting us use their music for years now and they are amazing. You can check out their work on Spotify, on Facebook or on their very own website.- THE LATE NIGHT GRIN isn't just a show about wrestling: it's a brand, a lifestyle. And they're very supportive of our Contrarian endeavors, so we'd like to return the favor. Check out their YouTube Channel! You might even spot Alex there from time to time.- Hans Rothgiesser, the man behind our logo, can be reached at @mildemonios on Twitter or you can email him at email@example.com in case you ever need a logo (or comics) produced. And you can listen to him talk about Peruvian politics on his own podcast, NACION COMBI and Peruvian economics on his other podcast, MARGINAL! Aaaaand you can also check out all the stuff he's written on his own website. He has a new book: a fake Peruvian History Textbook called HIZTORIA DEL PERÚ. Ask him about it!
For this special Valentines episode I have my friend Valerie join the show to discuss Michel Gondry's "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind". Written by Charlie Kaufman. Valerie shares some non alcoholic spirits with me in the form of Three Spirit and a gin, spiced rum, and tequila from Ritual. Happy Valentines y'all.
Okay, seriously, Jason Reitman… what happened? You may like LABOR DAY, you may hate LABOR DAY, but either way you can't argue that it's a puzzling career move from the man who brought us Thank You For Smoking, Juno, Up in the Air, and Young Adult. In this Real Talk segment, listen to Alex & Julio try to figure out how Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin ended up in a trashy romance novel and even dare to brainstorm an alternate, more satisfying, version of the story.TIMELINE00:00:42 Now on Patreon00:08:43 Real Talk00:52:20 The Future & Perennial Plugs- Interested in more Contrarians goodness? Join THE CONTRARIANS SUPPLEMENTS on our Patreon Page! Deleted clips, extended plugs, bonus episodes free from the Tomatometer shackles… It's everything a Contrarians devotee would want!- Our YouTube page is live! Get some visual Contrarians delight with our Contrarians Warm-Ups and other fun videos!- Contrarians Merch is finally here! Check out our RED BUBBLE MERCH PAGE and buy yourself something nice that's emblazoned with one of our four different designs!- THE FESTIVE YEARS have been letting us use their music for years now and they are amazing. You can check out their work on Spotify, on Facebook or on their very own website.- THE LATE NIGHT GRIN isn't just a show about wrestling: it's a brand, a lifestyle. And they're very supportive of our Contrarian endeavors, so we'd like to return the favor. Check out their YouTube Channel! You might even spot Alex there from time to time.- As mentioned on the episode, our friend and patron Ben Murray is discussing THE LAST OF US episode by episode over on the Francis Films YouTube Channel!- Hans Rothgiesser, the man behind our logo, can be reached at @mildemonios on Twitter or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you ever need a logo (or comics) produced. And you can listen to him talk about Peruvian politics on his own podcast, NACION COMBI and Peruvian economics on his other podcast, MARGINAL! Aaaaand you can also check out all the stuff he's written on his own website. He has a new book: a fake Peruvian History Textbook called HIZTORIA DEL PERÚ. Ask him about it!Up next, the M. Rushmore saga comes to an end with the Robert DeNiro chapter: the Scorsese classic GOODFELLAS! Until then, let us know what you thought of Labor Day! Are you a voracious reader of romance novels that adored this hostage love story? What's your Jason Reitman ranking? Did the episode leave you craving pie? E-mail us at email@example.com or tweet at us or facebook us and share your thoughts!
So Many Sequels: A Movie Podcast
In this episode of So Many Sequels, we revisit one of the most iconic and successful movies of all time: Titanic. James Cameron's epic romance and disaster film celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and we are here to discuss its legacy and impact. How does Titanic hold up after a quarter of a century? Why did it become such a cultural phenomenon and a box office juggernaut? And of course, could Jack have fit on that door?---Join the So Many Sequels Pod Squad by supporting us on Patreon! Not only will you gain access to our exclusive Discord server to chat with us about movies, TV, and your favorite memes, but you'll also receive a personalized thank you video. We're always striving to offer an even better experience for our supporters.To stay up-to-date on all our episodes, subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Additionally, visit our website to see our full episode catalog and connect with us on our social media channels. Don't hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or feedback!
This movie is so long, we had to split it in two…kind of like the ship it's about (too soon?)! Paul and Erika are back this week with the interesting half of Titanic where there's a lot less tea and a lot more water!
Seven new movies and a modern classic release this week. Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy are here to tell you what to check out, if anything. They reflect a bit on James Cameron's Titanic back in theaters for its 25th anniversary and then Erik tackles a new romcom with shades of a film in its 23rd anniversary (At Midnight). Steve looks at a pair of horror films about getting lost in the desert (The Outwaters) and getting lost in religion (Consecration). Then its back to “romcoms” including a long distance, split-screen one with Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher (Your Place Or Mine) and another starring Alison Brie with shades of a film that recently celebrated its 25th that had the same star as the one in its 23rd (Somebody I Used To Know). Finally con artists go full circle on each other (Sharper) and Steven Soderbergh returns with Channing Tatum to lap it up one final time (Magic Mike's Last Dance). 0:00 - Intro 0:50 - Titanic (25th Anniversary re-release) 5:23 – The Outwaters 13:59 - At Midnight 21:54 - Consecration 29:40 - Your Place Or Mine 45:56 - Somebody I Used To Know 58:11 - Sharper 1:11:11 - Magic Mike's Last Dance 1:28:33 - Outro
Titanic's 1997 film adaptation, is temporaily re-released in theaters. Find out why learning about the ship's history, movie, and love theme song "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion. Theme Song: "Dance Track", composed by Jessica Ann CatenaTitanic (1997): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120338/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0Soundtrack: https://open.spotify.com/album/2vbms1edEpirypSspyXZgB?si=Wm_SzRSPQPuyAoGaJbEYnwTitanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/tv/movies-and-specials/titanic-25-years-later-with-james-cameronhttps://www.hulu.com/series/titanic-25-years-later-with-james-cameron-86dfaf4d-b84f-42e6-864c-ba019792c1ec"My Heart Will Go On"'s instrumental scenes:1. Jack & Rose's first kiss at the front of the ship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-I5zp0xLNC02. Jack sketches Rose's nude portrait [explicit content, viewer discrestion advised]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t21akjSsmw03. Jack & Rose's car love scene [explicit content, viewer discrestion advised]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqNyonVZ4QQ4. Rose jumps out of lifeboat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qohZzigs485. Rose's end of story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL-Fj7Fq5dw6. Rose's Titanic dream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hf375jIleak"My Heart Will Go On" performances:Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gK_2XdjOdYAcademy Awards (1998): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyahS_p725IOscars win: https://youtu.be/9fp3nkY9BqUBillboard Music Awards (2017) for 20th anniversary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGU7NMxboNEBehind the scenes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFip-yfiy4sRelated Episodes:Ep. 112 - Britney Spears Top 20: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/47784060Ep. 144 - Yacht Rock - Board Songs: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/50597561Ep. 167 - 2 "All I Want for Christmas Is You"'s: https://www.spreaker.com/user/jesscatena/ep-167-2-all-i-want-for-christmas-is-you
In honor of Titanic's re-release this weekend and continuing our month-long James Cameron theme, we're re-releasing our Titanic episode! Originally released in March of 2022 in our Oscar winners month, we figured we should re-up it for anyone going to see James Cameron's remastered epic in theaters. Back to regularly scheduled programming on Monday with Aliens!
Unsinkable: The Titanic Podcast
Join me for a quick reaction mini-sode! I saw Titanic in 3D/4K with my family last night, and it was just as emotional experience as I anticipated. I think my kids were floored, and I discovered a few details that I had never before...which honestly seemed impossible. Go see it on the big screen this weekend!Support the showSupport Unsinkable on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unsinkablepodBuy Unsinkable shirts here!: https://www.bonfire.com/unsinkable-the-first-t-shirt/Support the pod by buying Titanic-related books through my Bookshop Storefront: https://bookshop.org/shop/unsinkablepodFind me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unsinkablepod/Shoot me an email if you like: UnsinkablePod@gmail.comWebsite: https://www.unsinkablepod.com
Titanic is setting sail again in theaters, this time in 3D. The only time that I have seen the film was in the theater when I was 18 years old. I am now 43, and fully expect to have a different experience with the film. Will the plot still hold water, or will it sink to the bottom upon arrival. Tune in to find out. Follow Andrew on Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/andrewmartin/ Email the show: AndrewWatchesFilm@gmail.com
Pour les 25 ans de la sortie du film "Titanic" et son retour dans les salles obscures, remontons le temps dans cet épisode inédit d'Entrez dans l'Histoire jusqu'en 1912. Nous allons rencontrer un géant des mers, qui a accueilli au cinéma Kate Winslet et Leonardo DiCaprio. Et retenez une chose : tout ce que va Lorànt Deutsch vous raconter est la vérité historique la plus exacte. Même si le film Titanic est une bien belle romance qui ne manque pas de charme
February is here, and it's bringing 3+ hour movies with it! That's right, kids, all movies this month are going to be two parters, because we can turn an 80 minute movie into a two hour episode without breaking a sweat. We're obviously starting off with Titanic. Kate Winslet! Leonardo DiCaprio! The ship sinks (but not yet)!
Gay homosexuals Nick and Joseph discuss Revolutionary Road - a 2008 romantic drama film directed by Sam Mendes, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Michael Shannon, Kathryn Hahn, David Harbour, and Kathy Bates. Additional topics include: Fantasia back in school, Holliday vs. Hudson, the deaths of Cindy Williams and Melinda Dillon, and too many films to mention. Want to send them stuff? Fish Jelly PO Box 461752 Los Angeles, CA 90046 Find merch here: https://fishjellyfilmreviews.myspreadshop.com/all Venmo @fishjelly Find them on Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/ragingbells/, https://letterboxd.com/joroyolo/ Nick's Apple Music playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/lamour-de-nico/pl.u-PDb4zlpsLVrvqE1 Joseph's Apple Music playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/josephs-vibe/pl.u-6mo448yuBWzNE1 Check them out on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChVV6ezEYnPv9XaLZtUlZdw Nick's IG: ragingbells Joseph's IG: joroyolo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fish-jelly/support
C.J. Navas comenta la primera imagen de ‘The Palace', la nueva miniserie de HBO protagonizada por Kate Winslet y Hugh Grant, el teaser de ‘Unstable', la nueva comedia de Rob Lowe junto a su hijo en Netflix, un montón de renovaciones de series y muchas noticias más en su repaso diario al mundo de las series de televisión PATROCINADOR:Ya puedes comprar en http://fueradeseries.com/tienda, la tienda para grandes fans de las series de televisión. Además de productos FDS y nuestra colección de tazas seriéfilas, ya puedes comprar figuras MINIX. Con licencia oficial de Netflix, tienes figuras de tus personajes favoritos de Stranger Things, La Casa de Papel, El Juego del Calamar o The Witcher, modeladas con tecnología 3D que permite captar los rasgos físicos y de personalidad más característicos de cada personaje. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Well, that was quite a minefield to navigate in Contrarians Corner. But now that we are in Real Talk, are we really in sync with Marcos Siega's vision in PRETTY PERSUASION? We can all agree that Evan Rachel Wood and the rest of the cast are great but… in the service of what, exactly? And yes, there's more James Woods talk. TIMELINE00:00:38 Now on Patreon00:09:57 Real Talk00:56:03 The Future & Perennial Plugs- Interested in more Contrarians goodness? Join THE CONTRARIANS SUPPLEMENTS on our Patreon Page! Deleted clips, extended plugs, bonus episodes free from the Tomatometer shackles… It's everything a Contrarians devotee would want!- Our YouTube page is live! Get some visual Contrarians delight with our Contrarians Warm-Ups and other fun videos!- Contrarians Merch is finally here! Check out our RED BUBBLE MERCH PAGE and buy yourself something nice that's emblazoned with one of our four different designs!- THE FESTIVE YEARS have been letting us use their music for years now and they are amazing. You can check out their work on Spotify, on Facebook or on their very own website.- THE LATE NIGHT GRIN isn't just a show about wrestling: it's a brand, a lifestyle. And they're very supportive of our Contrarian endeavors, so we'd like to return the favor. Check out their YouTube Channel! You might even spot Alex there from time to time.- Hans Rothgiesser, the man behind our logo, can be reached at @mildemonios on Twitter or you can email him at email@example.com in case you ever need a logo (or comics) produced. And you can listen to him talk about Peruvian politics on his own podcast, NACION COMBI and Peruvian economics on his other podcast, MARGINAL! Aaaaand you can also check out all the stuff he's written on his own website. He has a new book: a fake Peruvian History Textbook called HIZTORIA DEL PERÚ. Ask him about it!Up next, we return to the M. Rushmore saga as we tackle the Kate Winslet romance LABOR DAY! Until then, let us know what you thought of Pretty Persuasion! Is it misguided in its depiction of teenagers? Is this Ron Livingstone's bravest performance? How has Evan Rachel Wood not taken over the world yet? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet at us or facebook us and share your thoughts!
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James Cameron's smash hit film "Titanic" is being re-released in theaters with a new, 25th anniversary edition. The tragic love story between Jack and Rose launched the careers of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet into the stratosphere, and sparked the timeless debate-- was there room on the door? To celebrate 25 years of "Titanic" we're joined by Alissa Wilkinson, senior culture writer & critic at Vox and author of the piece "Titanic left an indelible mark on moviegoers' hearts in 1997. I finally get why."
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Caitlin Durante and Jamie Loftus (The Bechdel Cast) to discuss the biggest and best blockbuster of them all. Jimmy C's 1997 epic is one of the greatest love story ever told – but is it also secretly queer? We dive into filmmaker Celine Sciamma's love for this film's freeing subtext, Leo's androgynous look that awakened us all, Rose defying gender norms, Cal's campy villain performance, and gay icon Kathy Bates (aka the Unsinkable Molly Brown).Follow us on Twitter and IG! (And Jordan's Letterboxd / Brooke's Letterboxd)Follow The Bechdel Cast on Twitter and IG!This episode is sponsored by Super Yaki! Use code: SUPERQQ for 10% off
Billy from We Watched a Thing is back to kick the new year off with the biggest blockbuster in, well, forever probably at the point of writing this. Featuring Q's like: Surely they could have found someone different than Sigourney Weaver to play a young girl? Surely they could have found someone different from Kate Winslet to play an indigenous woman? What subplot needed the biggest axing? But of course the best questions are from our premier Patreons: Emily, Julio, Dan, Chris, Nerdtrovert and Nick! Wanna join them and help shape the show? Well you can join them here: www.patreon.com/mritqs Emily also has her own podcast, which you can find here: https://www.tastelesspod.com/ As does Julio! Find it here: http://www.wearethecontrarians.com/ And of course Dan, at https://www.netflixnswill.com/ Also Nick! Just search out Nikolis Kitchen ALSO! Wanna buy Sam's book? It's available on most of the major websites (Amazon, Book Depository etc), just search out "Sam Hurley Compliance" and ya should find it. SOCIALS: You can contact us here on Twitter: www.twitter.com/moviereviewsin Or here on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovieReviewsIn20Qs Or via email at email@example.com Cheers!
kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Kate Winslet gave a young reporter a pep talk that a lot of people need to hear this morning, and Chris Harrison is back to talk about getting fired from The Bachelor after a year and a half of staying silent.