Roy L Hales/ COrtes Currents - Transport Canada (CT) transferred administration of the wharves at Owen Bay on Sonora Island, Surge Narrows on Read Island, and Port Neville on the northern shore of the Johnstone Strait, over to the Strathcona Regional District (SRD) in 2014. The SRD was also provided with $2.9 million for maintenance and upgrades that were to be completed by 2024. These upgrades have not yet occurred. Nor has a service to carry out operations and maintenance been established for Area C. In the face of local opposition, the SRD deferred discussion of this issue until next January. At the September 21 board meeting, Chief Administrative Officer David Leitch explained, “Throughout the years, at every budget meeting that I've been at, we've been trying to establish a work service to put these in. The lack of establishment of the wharf service has delayed us in doing the capital works to these. It occurs greater liability and finally this year we had support from the area director as the other electoral area directors were adamant this year that they wanted that the liability removed from the admin function. So the Area C Director made the motion, supported all the votes on it and then for some reason we'd seen articles in social media that the director was supporting a referendum of the folks and subsequently, saying that there was gonna be increased cost of the service, lack of control and that is what we believe inspired a petition process that basically caused the service vote to fail.” In their report drawn up for this meeting, staff presented two options to the board: Option A - seek elector agreement through a vote Option B - abandon the service proposal and return the $2.9 million to Transport Canada. Jim Abram, the Regional Director for Area C, took exception to Leitch's description, “First of all, I have to say, our CAO, with respect, is completely wrong on his assessment of why this failed. It had nothing to do with me. It had to do with a number of people on Quadra Island mainly, and on Reed Island, that were completely incensed by the fact that I had put it through to move to approval process. I was the target of the negative comments, not the SRD and it further moved to the SRD later, of course, but I have to say that the opposition to this proposal was due to a community lack of understanding and feeling that the service was being pushed through without proper consultation. That came from one local media, one of our local media and a few organizers, not me. I first heard about it when I was called by disgruntled constituents and in a letter. It was community driven period.” He explained that no money was being taken from any electoral area, including Area C. Only Transport Canada money had been used. “The service establishment could be dropped at this time and reintroduced at a later date with a better information campaign to assure approval. At that time, the service could be established for the three TC wharves,” proposed Abram. “There's no need to return the wharves to Transport Canada along with the funds. Transport Canada would not want, nor would they take them back. The money has been spent on the wharves and would be part of the return of the wharves should that take back piece happen, which it won't. I know it won't from having talked with Transport Canada.” Abram suggested this project be forwarded to either November or January, after which the meeting descended into a disagreement as to who should make the motion.
Josh is joined by action/David Leitch movie correspondents Daniel Lima and Fred Kolb to talk about Leitch's "Bullet Train" (Beginning-1:04:35) as they discuss how they enjoyed Brad Pitt leading an action comedy, whether the action met the standards of other films that share behind-the-scenes talent such as the John Wick franchise, if the multitude of celebrity cameos was distracting and much more! Then, Josh and Daniel talk about the newest Netflix action movie, "Day Shift," (1:04:40-End) including whether Jamie Foxx's charisma carried the movie to a thumbs up for them, if the premise of a vampire hunter union was fully utilized, the quality of the various action set pieces and much more!
durée : 00:54:20 - Le masque et la plume - par : Jérôme Garcin - Que valent "Trois mille ans à t'attendre" de G. Miller, "Bullet Train" de D. Leitch, "Nope" de J. Peele, "Les derniers jours dans le désert" de R. Garcia, "Les vieux fourneaux 2" de C. Duthuron, "La dérive des continents (au sud)" de L. Baier et "America latina" de Damiano et F. D'Innocenzo ? - réalisé par : Xavier PESTUGGIA
On the latest episode of the San Jose Earthquakes "The Soccer Hour" presented by Your NorCal Honda Dealers, Ted goes over the news that the Earthquakes have named Luchi Gonzales as their next head coach. Then he is joined by Earthquakes president Jared Shawlee and GM Chris Leitch, before sitting down with the man that broke the news, Tom Bogert of MLSSoccer.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Alçado à fama pelo primeiro John Wick, David Leitch enfim sai dos rumos das grandes franquias de Hollywood em 2022 para assumir a adaptação de Trem-Bala, sucesso recente da literatura japonesa e que agora ganha as telas com grande elenco. Com Brad Pitt à frente, o longa acompanha uma longa jornada de um trem-bala no país, onde cinco assassinos de diferentes origens entram em conflito por conta dos objetivos misteriosos que os levam até seus compartimentos. A tensão, o humor e as brigas são exatamente aquilo que se espera de quem comandou continuações de Deadpool e Velozes e Furiosos, mas seria o filme o grande retorno de seu diretor? No Cinemático 313, Carlos Merigo, Caio Sandin e Pedro Strazza discutem se a produção descarrila ou chega intacta à estação final, fazendo outros inúmeros trocadilhos infames enquanto analisam se a força da galhofa e das reviravoltas são suficientes para conduzir as inspirações “tarantineanas” de Leitch. spoilers: 25m10s notas: 32m49s ASSINE: catarse.me/cinematico SIGA @CINEMATICOPOD Apresentação: Carlos MerigoProdução e Pesquisa: Pedro StrazzaEdição e Sonorização: Marcelo MirandaAtendimento e Comercialização: FTPI / Boo-BoxContato: firstname.lastname@example.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the latest episode of the San Jose Earthquakes "The Soccer Hour" presented by Your NorCal Honda Dealers, Ted goes over the news that the Earthquakes have named Luchi Gonzales as their next head coach. Then he is joined by Earthquakes president Jared Shawlee and GM Chris Leitch, before sitting down with the man that broke the news, Tom Bogert of MLSSoccer.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's time for a new blend of the month! Christian and Scott are speeding into August aboard Bullet Train as we start our David Leitch Blend of the Month. Leitch is one of the foremost action directors working today and our daring co-hosts will evaluate his skills. Brad Pitt is here leading an ensemble cast of familiar faces. Stay tuned to get our co-hosts' thoughts. Intro + David Leitch| 0:00 - 3:55, Information on Bullets and Trains| 3:55 - 10:50, Review| 10:50 - 40:08, Closing Thoughts and Looking Ahead| 40:08 - 43:56
For Episode #113 of Radio Free Galaxy, we're reviewing the new David Leitch action movie, Bullet Train! Ladybug(Brad Pitt) is an unlucky assassin who's determined to do his job peacefully after one too many gigs has gone off the rails. Fate, however, may have other plans as his latest mission puts him on a collision course with lethal adversaries from around the globe -- all with connected yet conflicting objectives -- on the world's fastest train! Tune in to find out if we think this movie holds up against other Leitch movies such as John Wick & Deadpool 2! Thanks for listening and please remember to leave us a rating on Apple Podcasts and the Spotify app! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiofreegalaxy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radiofreegalaxy/support
Sports Open Line is shortened tonight due to the Cardinals vs Rockies pregame show! Matt Pauley is joined by New York Magazine contributor and MLB columnist Will Leitch to judge the Cardinals' trade deadline moves, the presence of Yadier Molina in the dugout, the sweep of the Yankees, and more! Tomorrow: Cardinals @ Rockies at 7:40pm CT; pregame show at 6:45pm CT. Follow Matt on Twitter: @MattPauleyOnAir
Welcome to Right on Cue, the podcast where we interview film, TV, and video game composers about the origins and nuances of their latest works and select commentaries from some of the score's most important tracks. What do you get when you throw Brad Pitt onto a fast-moving train with a bunch of eclectic assassins, an army of yakuza, and an arch sense of humor? Turns out you get Bullet Train, the latest high-concept action thriller from John Wick co-director David Leitch. Simply put, it's a gonzo mishmash of action influences, from anime to Jackie Chan to, well, John Wick, with a storytelling style as anarchic and tonally playful as that descriptor sounds. Leitch and the cast aim for capital-r Ridiculous with every intricate fight scene, from a brawl in the train's 'quiet car' to extended riffs on Thomas the Tank Engine. Rather than feebly attempt to wrangle that insanity into a sedate, consistent score, composer Dominic Lewis revels in the chaos, crafting what he calls a "concept album" of tracks that bob and weave amongst the rogue's gallery of colorful hitmen that comprise the film's cast. The results are as muscular and propulsive as they are archly funny, Lewis hopping and skipping from hard rock to traditional Russian and Japanese musical modes to covers of the West Ham football team's official anthem. Whatever you feel about Bullet Train's very specific wavelength, the score is a joy to listen to and holds your hand through each zany jump in time, tone, and temperament. We were lucky enough to sit down with Lewis for a good long while to break down his score for Bullet Train -- how a long scoring process aided in his sense of experimentation, the pinballing influences behind each of the characters, and how his own history of musical mentors helped prep him for opportunities like this one. (Plus, he helps us break down several of the score's craziest tracks.) Bullet Train is currently playing in theaters, and you can listen to the score on your preferred music streaming service courtesy of Sony Music.
Bullet Train is a 2022 American action comedy film starring Brad Pitt as an assassin who has to deal with enemies while riding a Japanese bullet train. The film is directed by David Leitch based on a screenplay by Zak Olkewicz that adapts the Japanese novel Maria Beetle (published in English as Bullet Train) by Kōtarō Isaka. In addition to Pitt, the film stars Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A. Martínez Ocasio, and Sandra Bullock. Bullet Train premiered in Paris on July 18, 2022, and Sony Pictures Releasing released the film in theaters in the United States on August 5, 2022. The film has grossed $65 million and received mixed reviews from critics. Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things: https://linktr.ee/markkind76 also snapchat: markkind76 FB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSW Tiktok: @markradulich twitter: @MarkRadulich
Ocena filma Režiser: David Leitch Igrajo: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Zazie Beetz, Joey King Piše: Gaja Poeschl Bere: Lidija Hartman Brad Pitt je Pikapolonica. No, Brad Pitt je izurjeni plačani morilec na (dokaj klišejsko za ta filmski žanr) prelomni točki svojega predvsem poklicnega življenja, trdno prepričan, da ga ves čas spremlja nesreča, zato mu njegova šefica za spodbudo da srečni vzdevek: Pikapolonica. Pozneje se sicer izkaže, da v japonski tradiciji pikapolonice ne prinašajo sreče, ampak nase vežejo nesrečo vseh bližnjih, toda takrat je Pitt-Pikapolnica že tako globoko v težavah, da bistvene razlike pravzaprav ni. V težavah pa se je morilec mehkega srca in prikupnega pogleda, kakšnega mu najbrž lahko zavida vsak pasji mladiček, znašel povsem nepričakovano, saj je bila njegova osnovna naloga – namreč na brzečem japonskem hitrem vlaku suniti neko ne preveč vpadljivo aktovko in čim prej izstopiti –, na videz povsem rutinska. A seveda, in tu spet trčimo ob tipično scenarističen kliše komičnih akcijad: kar je videti lahko, se praviloma vedno izkaže za najbolj zafrknjeno. Pikapolonica tako kmalu ugotovi, da nikakor ni edini (in vsaj na prvi pogled niti ne najbolj prikupen) morilec na vlaku in akcija, v še kar posrečeni mešanici Tarantina, Ritchija in filmov iz sredine 90. let, začinjena z nekoliko premalo sofisticiranim humorjem in ravno prav sofisticiranimi japonskimi borilnimi veščinami, se lahko začne. Hiter kot strel – naslov Bullet Train je žal enako neposrečeno preveden, kot je bil naslov filma Money Train iz leta 1995 – je film, o katerem ni dobro preveč razmišljati, in zdi se, da se režiser David Leitch, med drugim tudi nekdanji Pittov osebni kaskader, tega odlično zaveda. Kakor pri obeh Deadpoolih tudi tokrat, ko je na veliko platno prenesel roman japonskega pisatelja Kotara Isake, stavi predvsem na veliko hitre akcije ter veliko bolj ali manj posrečenih besednih dovtipov, na številne dobro preverjene klišeje ter na bogato zgodovino tovrstnih filmov, ki skorajda vedno najdejo svoje občinstvo. Na pretirano logičnost ali kakšno poglobljeno psihologizacijo svojih junakov in anijunakov različnih spolov in narodnosti se Leitch ne ozira in ob odlični igralski zasedbi se mu pravzaprav niti ni treba. Gledalca preprosto zvabi na drveči vlak in ga po dveh urah divje in objestne vožnje izpljune rahlo potolčenega, a nasmejanega in zadovoljnega, ker je dobil točno tisto, po kar je prišel. In včasih, sploh v hudi poletni vročini, je to popolnoma dovolj.
Sun, 07 Aug 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://die-filmanalyse.podigee.io/65-bullet-train 8525d8530543db1f469f9abf8b7c7648 Die Filmanalyse David Leitch hat nach „John Wick“ eher Schlimmes angereichtet – man denke nur an „Atomic Blonde“. Da ist es nun fast schon eine Überraschung, dass „Bullet Train“ als Actionfilm packend inszeniert und dynamisch erzählt ist. Man kann zufrieden sein, wenngleich ein wunderbares Schauspieler-Ensemble (u.a. Brad Pitt, Joey King, Michael Shannon, Brian Tyree Henry, Aaron Taylor-Johnson) den Film über seine Schwächen hinwegträgt. Auch kann Leitch gut mit der Beschränkung des Raumes umgehen. Allerdings nimmt der Film philosophisch eine völlig falsche Weichenstellung vor und gerät deshalb bald aus dem Gleis: Ausgegangen wird hier von einem deterministischen Weltbild, wonach alles so verläuft, wie es eben verlaufen muss. Die Willensfreiheit wird negiert. Von Schicksal sprechen gleich mehrere Figuren unaufhörlich. Und auch die Rückblenden dienen vor allem dem Eindruck, dass eigentlich alles irgendwie vorherbestimmt ist. Dem widerspricht aber das Denken und Handeln der Figuren. Hinzu kommt ein grundsätzliches Problem: Wenn man dem Determinismus zustimmt, wird das Actiongenre völlig uninteressant. Deshalb lässt uns der Film unbefriedigt zurück. „Bullet Train“ sitzt einem philosophischen Irrtum auf. Mehr dazu von Wolfgang M. Schmitt in der Filmanalyse! Literatur: Karl Jaspers: „Über Gefahren und Chancen der Freiheit“, in: Ders.: Das Wagnis der Freiheit. Gesammelte Aufsätze zur Philosophie. Piper. Gert Keil: Willensfreiheit und Determinismus. Reclam. Sie können DIE FILMANALYSE finanziell unterstützen – vielen Dank! Wolfgang M. Schmitt Betreff: DIE FILMANALYSE IBAN: DE29 5745 0120 0130 7858 43 BIC: MALADE51NWD PayPal: http://www.paypal.me/filmanalyse Wolfgang M. Schmitt auf Twitter: https://twitter.com/SchmittJunior Wolfgang M. Schmitt auf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wolfgangm.schmittjun/ Wolfgang M. Schmitt auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wolfgangmschmitt/ Produziert von FatboyFilm: https://www.fatboyfilm.de/ https://www.facebook.com/fatboyfilm/ https://www.instagram.com/fatboyfilm/ full Die Filmanalyse no filmanalyse,wolfgang m. schmitt jun.,filmkritik,film,kinokritik,review,trailer,kritik,reviews,kino Wolfgang M. Schmitt
Brad Pitt je Pikapolonica. No, Brad Pitt je izurjeni plačani morilec na (dokaj klišejsko za ta filmski žanr) prelomni točki svojega predvsem poklicnega življenja, trdno prepričan, da ga ves čas spremlja nesreča, zato mu njegova šefica za spodbudo da srečni vzdevek: Pikapolonica. Pozneje se sicer izkaže, da v japonski tradiciji pikapolonice ne prinašajo sreče, ampak nase vežejo nesrečo vseh bližnjih, toda takrat je Pitt-Pikapolnica že tako globoko v težavah, da bistvene razlike pravzaprav ni. V težavah pa se je morilec mehkega srca in prikupnega pogleda, kakšnega mu najbrž lahko zavida vsak pasji mladiček, znašel povsem nepričakovano, saj je bila njegova osnovna naloga – namreč na brzečem japonskem hitrem vlaku suniti neko ne preveč vpadljivo aktovko in čim prej izstopiti –, na videz povsem rutinska. A seveda, in tu spet trčimo ob tipično scenarističen kliše komičnih akcijad: kar je videti lahko, se praviloma vedno izkaže za najbolj zafrknjeno. Pikapolonica tako kmalu ugotovi, da nikakor ni edini (in vsaj na prvi pogled niti ne najbolj prikupen) morilec na vlaku in akcija, v še kar posrečeni mešanici Tarantina, Ritchija in filmov iz sredine 90. let, začinjena z nekoliko premalo sofisticiranim humorjem in ravno prav sofisticiranimi japonskimi borilnimi veščinami, se lahko začne. Hiter kot strel – naslov Bullet Train je žal enako neposrečeno preveden, kot je bil naslov filma Money Train iz leta 1995 – je film, o katerem ni dobro preveč razmišljati, in zdi se, da se režiser David Leitch, med drugim tudi nekdanji Pittov osebni kaskader, tega odlično zaveda. Kakor pri obeh Deadpoolih tudi tokrat, ko je na veliko platno prenesel roman japonskega pisatelja Kotara Isake, stavi predvsem na veliko hitre akcije ter veliko bolj ali manj posrečenih besednih dovtipov, na številne dobro preverjene klišeje ter na bogato zgodovino tovrstnih filmov, ki skorajda vedno najdejo svoje občinstvo. Na pretirano logičnost ali kakšno poglobljeno psihologizacijo svojih junakov in anijunakov različnih spolov in narodnosti se Leitch ne ozira in ob odlični igralski zasedbi se mu pravzaprav niti ni treba. Gledalca preprosto zvabi na drveči vlak in ga po dveh urah divje in objestne vožnje izpljune rahlo potolčenega, a nasmejanega in zadovoljnega, ker je dobil točno tisto, po kar je prišel. In včasih, sploh v hudi poletni vročini, je to popolnoma dovolj.
In this episode we speak to adoptive parent and Executive Headteacher Rob Leitch about his campaign to "Provide all care-experienced children with a right to be assessed for an EHCP" This petition calls for all care-experienced children to be provided with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) assessment as an automatic right, upon request. This would provide all care-experienced children with an equality of opportunity, following a disadvantaged start in life. You can add your signature here Rob is a great guest and he shares some of his experience as an adoptive parent as well as his views on the challenges of education and the unique education model in the online school he is the headteacher at. As always if you've experience of adoption, Fostering or special guardianship from any perspective and would like share that on the podcast please get in touch through the Facebook or twitter page or email us at AandFpodcast@gmail.com Listen/subscribe on iTunes here Spotify here Google here
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Part III of this series covers 1993 (NCAA Tournament win over Long Beach State followed by the R32 loss to Vandy) through 1997 (NCAA Tournament win over USC followed by the R32 loss to Chattanooga). My guest: Daily Illini writer/editor at the time (and he's done a *few* more things since then), Will Leitch.
Keith is joined by Tim Grierson, Senior U.S. Critic for ScreenDaily.com, co-host of the Grierson & Leitch podcast, and author of the recently released book 'This is How You Make a Movie' to discuss how Tim prepares to cover a film festival — the similarities to scouting baseball — and managing large volumes of information while consuming films in that setting. Plus, Keith's first foray into The Godfather trilogy, Tim's returns to those films over time, and more. Follow Keith on Twitter: @keithlaw Follow Tim on Twitter: @TimGrierson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the final episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, Will and LZ reveal the teams they most want to see win a championship next; offer one change they hope will occur in the sports world one day; and explain the single event they'd love to see take place in their personal lives in the future (and no, it's not winning the lottery). Then they wrap up the show with a fond farewell — not goodbye — share a few memorable stories, and talk about what The Long Game and their growing relationship has meant to them.Thank you for listening to The Long Game with LZ & Leitch! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Leitch is solo this week! (That's why the episode is so short.) Grierson is in Cannes still, so Leitch talks about Alex Garland's "Men" and the Stephen King remake "Firestarter." He also talks about the Jurassic Park movies for a while and mostly just reminds you why he needs Grierson on this show. Grierson will be back next week, promise. Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on Twitter, or email@example.com. As always, give us a review on iTunes with the name of a movie you'd like us to review, and we'll discuss it on a later podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, Will and LZ break down the NBA Conference Championships and make their predictions; talk about how the sports world would react if a male superstar athlete was incarcerated in Russia instead of Brittney Griner; and after their epic takedown of Skip Bayless last week, the two hosts continue their discussion of the worst people in sports, this time focusing on Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Then, they wrap up the show with their weekly "This Week In Sports History'' segment, explaining that the biggest difference between Michael Jordan and LeBron James is that LeBron is happy, while Michael seems decidedly miserable.The final episode of The Long Game drops next Wednesday. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Let's go North of the border to Glasgow to meet an engineer and football superfan called Archie. Disillusioned with building factories, Archie wanted nothing more than to somehow contribute to his beloved Glasgow Rangers. But what could an engineer specialising in large-scale functional buildings possibly offer to a football team who had more fans wanting to attend than their stadium could hold?Guest Host: Ollie Green See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, Will and LZ talk about the best moments of Round 2 of the NBA playoffs; explain why it's smart for the NFL, NBA, and MLB to avoid making statements about the Supreme Court's possible repeal of Roe v. Wade; and discuss their choice for the worst person in sports. Then they wrap up the show with their weekly "This Week In Sports History'' segment, going back to 2006 when Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro suffered catastrophic injuries during the Preakness Stakes, which led to a nationwide 8-month vigil as the horse struggled in vain to return to health.The Long Game drops on Wednesdays. Listen, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In deze Doing the 116-podcast bespreekt Joris van de Wier samen met Jeroen Heijink weer het wel en wee van het Britse voetbal. Waar Jeroen in Spanje nog aan het bijkomen is van de wedstrijd Villarreal - Liverpool, zit Joris fris en fruitig in zijn kantoor in Bathgate. De heren hebben het over finales, promoties en degradaties in de verschillende Britse competities. Ook praat Joris de luisteraar bij over de status bij Bury FC en ligt daar een rivaliteit met Bury AFC op de loer? Voor het nieuwe magazine ging Joris op de stap voor een artikel over Archibald Leitch en bezocht hij onder andere zijn graf op de begraafplaats. Waar Jeroen zich afvraagt of Joris nog een bod heeft gedaan op het shirt van Maradona, wil laatstgenoemde weer van Jeroen weten hoeveel finales hij nog hoopt te bezoeken van Liverpool. Vragen, tips of suggesties over onze podcasts zijn altijd welkom: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, Will and LZ are joined by Jack Flaherty, star pitcher of the St. Louis Cardinals, to discuss MLB's unwritten rules and what happened in last week's fight between the Cards and the Mets. Will and LZ also preview the second round of the NBA playoffs; nominate the smartest and dumbest moves in the recent NFL Draft; and weigh in on the latest news about the Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade. Then they wrap up the show with their weekly "This Week In Sports History'' segment, going back 41 years to when tennis great Billie Jean King became the first athlete to be publicly outed when she was sued by a former girlfriend for money and property.The Long Game drops every Wednesday. Listen, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, Will and LZ discuss why the NFL Draft matters less now than it ever has; break down the wild and crazy NBA Playoffs and explain why the next champion will hail from the East; and engage in a hot debate over Wimbledon's ban of Russian and Belarusian players. Then they are joined by Josh Kantor, the organist for the Boston Red Sox, to wrap up the show with their weekly "This Week In Sports History'' segment on the 81st anniversary of the first live organ music played at a baseball game.The Long Game drops every Wednesday. Listen, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, Will and LZ discuss why some NFL quarterbacks have more leverage in contract negotiations than ever while others may not get paid what they expect; break down the alleged financial misdeeds of Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder and how Snyder's actions reveal what matters most to the league; and explain why Alabama head football coach Nick Saban is starting to get very worried about student athletes getting paid for their names, images, and likenesses. Then they wrap up the show with their weekly "This Week In Sports History" segment, imagining how the world would be different if George W. Bush was named MLB commissioner instead of Bud Selig.The Long Game drops every Wednesday. Listen, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, Will and LZ preview the NBA playoffs and predict the next league champion, break down why it costs more every year to watch our favorite sports and explain why this trend will continue, and discuss the pros and cons of the public funding of NFL stadiums, most specifically the newly approved $1.4 billion facility in Buffalo, with New York State Senator Sean Ryan. Then they wrap up the show with a "This Week In Sports History" segment debating the merits of presidential ceremonial first pitches and the visits of athletes to the White House.The Long Game drops every Wednesday. Listen, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Boys are joined for an awesome episode to by some of the best in the reporting game, LZ Granderson & Will Leitch. Talking everything from the big picture of Social Media, the MLB, LeBron, and more, this is one you do not want to miss. Hit ya free throws!
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, while Will spends a miserable vacation in Florida waiting for his luggage to arrive, he and LZ discuss which MLB teams are under the most pressure to win this year; make their NBA MVP picks and then debate who will be the future face of the league; and break down how the leagues should handle two players accused of sexual harassment and assault, Deshaun Watson and Trevor Bauer. Then they wrap up the show with a “This Week In Sports History” segment about Tiger Woods' iconic Master's win in 1997 and whether the media would cover it differently if it happened today, and with a listener Q&A.The Long Game drops every Wednesday. Listen, rate, and review wherever you get your podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, LZ and Will discuss sports hate-watching and explain why, even though they loathe Coach K, they will miss him when he retires; unpack why baseball has been so resistant improving the entertainment value of the sport by making changes to its rules; and play a spirited game of Chatterbrain, The Recount's new game show premiering on Twitch on Wednesday, March 30th, at 4 PM ET on twitch.tv/therecount. They wrap up with a memorable "This Week in Sports History" segment about the Baltimore Colts leaving town in the dead of night for Indianapolis, and answer a poignant listener question.Watch The Long Game with LZ & Leitch Monday, April 4th at 12:30pm ET at www.therecount.com or on Twitch at twitch.tv/therecount, or on The Recount's YouTube or Twitter platforms. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bernie starts the segment examining the impact losing Torey Krug will have on the Blues. Bernie's co-host of the seeing red podcast, Will Leitch, joins the show to talk about the Cardinals and specifically what Oliver Marmol will bring as a manager and how he can be an improvement over Mike Matheny and Mike Shildt. Bernie also expresses alarm at how the Cleveland Browns showed a total disregard for the sexual misconduct complaints against Deshaun Watson when they traded for him.
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, LZ and Will are joined by Michelle Beadle, formerly of ESPN and now host of the “What Did I Miss?” podcast, and Lindsay Jones, senior writer for The Athletic covering the NFL, to discuss the Deshaun Watson trade and the NFL's bankrupt morals; predict whether LeBron, Joel, or Giannis will win the closest NBA scoring race in history, and wrap up the show with a “This Week In Sports History” segment about Magic, Bird, and one of the greatest rivalries in sports.Watch The Long Game with LZ & Leitch every Tuesday at 12:30pm ET at twitch.tv/therecount; on Twitter @therecount; and on YouTube at youtube.com/TheRecount. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, LZ and Will preview the NCAA college basketball tournaments and predict both final fours and tourney MVPs; examine why Coco Gauff is the only well-known athlete to criticize Florida's "Don't Say Gay" bill, and explain why Jerry Jones is every bit the villain that Dan Snyder is. They wrap up with a "This Week in Sports History" segment about Phil Jackson's tumultuous tenure as president of the New York Knicks, and answer a round of listener questions.Watch The Long Game with LZ & Leitch every Tuesday at 12:30pm ET at twitch.tv/therecount; on Twitter @therecount; and on YouTube at youtube.com/TheRecount.Join "The Long Game-Will Leitch Newsletter NCAA College Basketball Tournament Pool" here and win a chance to appear on a future The Long Game episode: Will Leitch Newsletter NCAA Men's Basketball Pool Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of The Long Game with LZ & Leitch, L.A. Rams and Super Bowl champion head coach Sean McVay stops by to talk about how L.A. is treating him now that he's won the big one, the status of his relationship with Jon Gruden, and his personal connection to the ongoing war in Ukraine, among many other topics. Will and LZ also break down the highly concerning arrest of WNBA star Brittney Griner in Moscow, and after "sports hating" on Coach K, even find a reason or two to praise him. And to honor International Women's Day, they wrap up with a "This Week in Sports History" segment about the lawsuit that finally opened locker room doors to female sports reporters.Watch The Long Game with LZ & Leitch every Tuesday at 12:30pm ET at twitch.tv/therecount; on Twitter @therecount; and on YouTube at youtube.com/TheRecount.Happy Birthday LZ! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
John Wick Welcome to The Guys Review, where we review media, products and experiences. **READ APPLE REVIEWS/Fan Mail**Mention Twitter DM group - like pinned tweet @The_GuysReviewRead emails email@example.comTwitter Poll John Wick Directed: Chad Stahelski and David leitch (uncredited)Written: Derek Kolstad Starring: Keanu ReevesMichael NyqvistAlfie AllenWilliem DafoeAndy (the beagle puppy Daisy) Released on Oct 26, 2014 Budget: $20M ($23,8 in 2021) Box Office: Opening weekend US & Canada $14,4M, Worldwide $86,1 ($17,1 US&CAN M in 2021) (Worldwide $102,2M in 2022) Total: Over $100M Ratings: IMDb 7.4/10 Rotten Tomatoes 86% Metacritic 68% Google Users 91% The franchise, which is owned by Lionsgate, began with the release of John Wick in 2014 followed by two sequels, John Wick: Chapter 2 on February 10, 2017, and John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum on May 17, 2019. All three films were considered critical and commercial successes, with a collective gross of more than $587 million worldwide. A fourth installment, John Wick: Chapter 4, is in post-production and has a release date of March 24, 2023. A fifth installment is also in development, and was originally intended to be shot back-to-back with the fourth film. Nominated for 10 awards and won 5. First time you saw the movie? Plot:-That is an old ass iphone.-Interesting way to start a movie, with the main character seemingly dying.-Really going for the emotional gut punch right off the bat, huh?-The fucking beagle... Sweet letter. Emotional gut punch, binding you to the character.-obviously John Wick has never had a puppy... Don't just leave it on the ground, not in a kennel.-Fitting the guys in the bmw are russian-So he goes to air field just to power slide? we obviously know nothing about him, yet. So what does he do? What happened to the dog during the power sliding?-The russian assholes are back; all for the car? Because they felt disrespected? Fuck those guys for killing the dog.-So John knows exactly where to go to find his car? Who's Vigo? The Carpathian? He did conquer the country of Moldavia.-Hey, look, it's the mayham guy... Guess that's apt for this movie.-Finally getting some back story on John... So he was an assassin. -So they're going to try and kill him before he can come for them... Obviously he's waiting on them.-It's increadable these guys only come for him one at a time... The knife fight was anxiety inducing.-Chat with the sheriff was funny.-What's with the gold coins?-Getting Wicks old friend to try and kill him is low-The pacing of the movie is bumpy. The fighting is fun, but all the other stuff is laboring.-So some werid hotel that everyone knows John and now a Matrix-esque club/bar thing?-How long does it take to drown someone? Always seems too fast in movies.-Interesting music choice in the club fight scene-Being thrown off the balcony, that wouldn've broken something... back, elbow, leg.-Nice phone call to the kid... Everything has a price. -Bourbon John drinks is blantons single barrel malt whisky-Willem Dafoes character is a shitty shot if he misses while John is sleeping. Interesting fight...-Didn't kill the girl assassin; guess there is some honor among assassins. -So he burns all the money... I would've taken a stack or two... Even though it seems he doesn't need it. -The car park gun fight... When he's hit by the car... Again, should've broken something. Concussion at least.-Cool they get to meet face to face, and John explains his anger... Don't really see that happening in most action moivies. Very emotionally driven.-That is ssecond shot willem dafoes character missed on an easy shot... is he trying ot subtly help Wick?-Can't imagine giving up your kid to be killed. ugh... almost feel bad for the guy.-I cant wait to watch this shitty kid get killed for being such an asshole.-Management gave him a dodge challenger/charger? I'd rather have the old camero or mustang.-So Dafoe was really... Da-ally... -Girl assassin still after him, even though the contract was pulled?-Uh-oh, they killed Willem Dafoe.-The girl assassin got hers... But killing her in the crossfire like that... Not too smart. What if one misses.-Its crazy, right when he jumps off the car, is when it starts raining.-Big fight wasn't that big... Few punches and a stab.-Back to the begninning, and he's alive.-So he steals someone elses dog? The end Top Five Trivia of the movie: Marcus Facts about John wick 1 When Kolstad was writing John Wick, he orginally titled the film Scorn then he decided to name his protagonist after his grandfather, John Wick, a businessman who owned Wick Building Systems in Madison, Wisconsin. 2 The Action scenes had to be muted. On location in New York City, Stahelski and Leitch had to exercise caution when it came to staging shootouts and car chases, and not just for safety. Their filming permit didn't allow for blank ammunition, so computer-generated muzzle flashes were often used. 3 Based on how many dynamic action scenes the John Wick movies include, it is pretty obvious that filming them must be somewhat arduous for series star Keanu Reeves. As it turns out, that was especially true for the actor when they filmed the nightclub scene he had the flu at the time and was running a 104° fever. 4 Michael Nyqvist, who played Viggo Tarasov, had to have 80 stitches put in his head after a stunt went wrong while filming. 5: Director Chad Stahelski was Keanu Reeves' stunt double in The Matrix movies The story is loosely inspired by an incident in Texas involving former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, who wrote Lone Survivor, about his fireteam's ordeal during Operation Red Wings in Afghanistan in 2005. Luttrell was given a yellow labrador puppy, whom he named DASY, after the members of his fireteam. On April 1, 2009, at about 1:00 a.m., Luttrell was awakened by a gunshot, and saw four men drive away. DASY was dead in his yard from a gunshot wound. He armed himself with two 9mm Beretta pistols and chased the men through four counties in his truck until police apprehended them. They taunted Luttrell, threatened to kill him, and indicated no remorse for their actions. They were later sentenced for animal cruelty. Luttrell stated later, "I spared them, because I've killed enough people already." TOP 5Stephen:1 Breakfast club2 T23 Sandlot4 Back to the Future5 Mail order brides Chris:1. sandlots2. T23. trick r treat4. rocky horror picture show5. hubie halloween Trey:1) Boondocks Saints2) Mail Order Brides3) Tombstone4) John Wick5) She out of my league Tucker:1. T23. Tombstone4. Gross Pointe Blank5. My Cousin VinnyJohn Wick Web: https://theguysreview.simplecast.com/EM: firstname.lastname@example.orgIG: @TheGuysReviewPodTW: @The_GuysReviewFB: https://facebook.com/TheGuysReviewPod/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYKXJhq9LbQ2VfR4K33kT9Q Please, Subscribe, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts from!! Thank you,-The Guys The Guys Review... John Wick. The 2014 hit that continued to make Keanu Reeves a badass who knows kung fu... Or gun fu? The guys chat about heavy topics, as usual in their thoughtful and caring manner; while discussing the intricacies of how long it realistically takes to drown someone. Does John Wick survive by putting a bullet into the dissenting opinions? Find out when The Guys Review... John Wick. Web: https://theguysreview.simplecast.com/EM: email@example.comIG: @TheGuysReviewPodTW: @The_GuysReviewFB: https://facebook.com/TheGuysReviewPod/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYKXJhq9LbQ2VfR4K33kT9Q Please, Subscribe, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts from!! Thank you,-The Guys