Austin steps back into the ring after going fifteen rounds with COVID to discuss Raging Bull with Raymond and returning champion Becky Catalano. The three of them have a marathon discussion about the film's challenging nature, De Niro's Oscar-winning performance, and Martin Scorsese leaving everything on the mat. @beckalano @austin_hayden @creamatoria @CineMythology email@example.com
Matt and Nicole watch and discuss the 11th film on their Martin Scorsese journey, Casino.Links and stuff:Twitter: kidgoesdownPODInstagram: afterthekidgoesdownMerch: Click Here!!!Mixed Breed Brewing: check out their websiteor follow them on instagram (@mixedbreedbrewing). Mention us there for 5% off your bill!!!!
#PodcastersForJustice New York Times bestselling author, and screenwriter-producer, Dennis Lehane, spoke to me about what he learned from Clint Eastwood, working on "Mr. Mercedes" with David E. Kelley, and his new Apple TV+ show "Black Bird." Dennis Lehane is the bestselling author of 13 novels including four adapted into films of the same name: 2003's Academy Award-winning film Mystic River, directed by Clint Eastwood; 2007's Gone Baby Gone; 2010's Shutter Island directed by Martin Scorsese, and 2016's Live by Night directed by Ben Affleck. His latest is the limited Apple TV+ series, Black Bird, described as a "...fascinating, ripped-from-the headlines story [and] true-crime drama..." based on the 2010 memoir by James Keene and Hillel Levin, In With The Devil: A Fallen Hero, A Serial Killer, and A Dangerous Bargain for Redemption. "Jimmy Keene (Taron Egerton), cuts a deal with the FBI to enter maximum-security prison for the criminally insane and befriend a suspected serial killer, Larry Hall (Paul Walter Hauser)." Black Bird premieres globally with the first two episodes on Friday, July 8, followed by one new episode weekly every Friday. Lehane was a staff writer on the acclaimed HBO series "The Wire," worked as a writer-producer on HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," the Netflix series, "Bloodline," and was a writer and producer on the television adaptation of Stephen King's "Mr. Mercedes." Stay calm and write on ... [Discover The Writer Files Extra: Get The Writer Files Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox at writerfiles.fm] In this file Dennis Lehane and I discussed: Why he sucked at everything except writing and playing pool How he landed a literary agent while parking cars Dealing with impostor syndrome early on How he prefers screenwriting to novel writing today Why narcissists have no place on a TV set And a lot more! [If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please click FOLLOW to automatically see new interviews. And drop us a rating or a review wherever you listen] Show Notes: Black Bird | Apple TV+ Dennis Lehane on IMDb Dennis Lehane Amazon Author Page (Amazon Affiliate) In With The Devil: A Fallen Hero, A Serial Killer, and A Dangerous Bargain for Redemption by James Keene and Hillel Levin (Amazon Affiliate) Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The last time we saw Marty direct for TV, it was 1986, and he was working for his good friend, and fellow Oscar-Winner, Steven Spielberg. Now we're in the era of prestige television, and no one adds prestige quite like Martin Scorsese. See what the Grouches think of the Knower-of-cinema taking on the pilot of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire".
Eric & Jeremy discuss Martin Scorsese's "The Departed" starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Mark Wahlberg, Martin Sheen, Ray Winstone, Vera Farmiga, Alec Baldwin, and Anthony Anderson. Visit patreon.com/ericandjeremy for bonus stuff!
1976 war "Taxi Driver" die Speerspitze der "New Hollywood"-Bewegung. Wie funktioniert der Kultfilm von Martin Scorsese mit Robert De Niro heute? Und viel wichtiger: "Are you talkin' to me?" Kommentare, Feedback oder eure Ideen für weitere Episoden könnt ihr uns gerne über die sozialen Netzwerke oder per Mail an firstname.lastname@example.org zukommen lassen, folgt uns damit ihr nichts verpasst, abonniert uns und empfiehlt uns gerne weiter! Dangge! https://www.facebook.com/cineswiss https://instagram.com/cineswiss?igshid=1cjo0dgnqvsrd https://boxd.it/10TmB https://www.cine-swiss.ch --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cineswiss/message
Today, I'm joined by a legend of stage and screen. Britain's naughtiest national treasure. It's the award-winning actress, Miriam Margolyes. Miriam's movie roles have included the BAFTA award-winning Mrs Mingott in Martin Scorsese's ‘The Age of Innocence' and of course Professor Sprout in the Harry Potter films. She's appeared in a host of hugely popular TV shows from Blackadder and Miss Marple to more recently the Real Exotic Marigold Hotel and Call the Midwife. And she's also a prolific travel documentarian filming in and around Australia, the US and Scotland to name a few. As a lifelong lover of Charles Dickens, she presented the successful BBC documentary series Dickens' America and toured the world with her acclaimed one woman show ‘Dicken's Women' in which she played 23 characters based on or inspired by characters in Dickens's novels. Speaking to me from her Australian home, Miriam was so engaging and generous with her time both before, after and during the interview - so grab a cuppa, settle in and enjoy listening to the very widely travelled and very entertaining Miriam Margolyes. Destination Recap:Robertson, NSW, AustraliaAustraliaTuscany, ItalyKingsgate, Kent Coast, EnglandSt Margaret's Bay, Kent, EnglandGlasgow, ScotlandIsle of Harris, ScotlandCambridge, England Norfolk, EnglandBasel, SwitzerlandZurich, Switzerland Lindt Chocolate Shop, Zurich, Switzerland Israel PalestineThe Rust Belt, USAIndiaItalyIreland IndonesiaKerala, IndiaCalcutta, India Giglio, ItalyFordyce, Scotland Rimini, ItalyAfricaMiriam is heading to a British theatre near you next month, as part of her upcoming book tour, in honour of the paperback release of her fantastic memoir, This Much is True. Head online for tickets.With thanks to…Small Luxury Hotels of the World - Ease yourself into a holiday headspace and visit slh.com/travelcomfortzones to find out more.DK Eyewitness - Get new editions of DK's award-winning Eyewitness and Top 10 travel books and plan out adventures to the likes of Italy, Mexico, Spain or Costa Rica. Each guide is complete with updated listings, interest-led travel advice and the latest practical information. Find them all online or at your local bookshop.Thank you so much for listening today. If you're enjoying the podcast, then it would be wonderful if you could leave a rating or a review on your podcast app - it really makes a big difference because it helps other people to discover the podcast. And to hear future episodes as soon as they're released don't forget to hit subscribe or “follow” on your podcast app of choice.To find out who's joining me coming up, come and follow me on Instagram, I'm @hollyrubenstein - I'd love to hear from you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 311."The Town"Composer: David Buckley.Emmy nominated composer David Buckley is currently scoring Kandahar starring Gerard Butler. Recent film scores include Universal's Nobody starring Bob Odenkirk, Greenland also starring Butler, the remake of Papillon starring Charlie Hunnam & Rami Malek, Jason Bourne directed by Paul Greengrass and The Nice Guys for Shane Black and Joel Silver. Previous scores include the Joel Schumacher-directed thriller Blood Creek, Ben Affleck's crime drama The Town, Taylor Hackford's action feature Parker and Rob Minkoff's fantasy adventure The Forbidden Kingdom.For television, David composed the music for the hit Scott Free/CBS drama series The Good Wife and continues to score the spin-off, now in its sixth season, The Good Fight (for which he received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Title Music). He also composed the scores for Mercy Street (PBS), BrainDead (CBS), The Gifted (Marvel/FOX), The Stranger (Netflix), Stay Close (Netflix) and The Lincoln Lawyer (Netflix). He is currently scoring the third season of Evil (CBS).Born in England, David's first involvement with film music was as a cathedral choirboy performing on Peter Gabriel's score for Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ. He continued his musical education at Cambridge University. In 2006, David moved to Los Angeles where he began collaborating with Harry Gregson-Williams on film scores, including Shrek The Third and Gone Baby Gone. He has written music for films including Wonder Woman, all the Fifty Shades movies, Big Eyes and American Hustle, and his music was featured in David O'Russell's Joy. David was honored as a ‘Brit to Watch' by BAFTA.As well as film and TV, David has written the music for a number of games, including Batman Arkham Knight (Warner Bros/Rocksteady).Welcome, David Buckley.Instagram: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Facebook: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Twitter:@mdmcriticEmail: Mondaymorningcritic@gmail.comYouTube: Monday Morning Critic Podcastwww.mmcpodcast.com
Welcome to another episode of Don't Be Crazy! Here we discuss and dissect what makes a film (past or present) absolutely amazing or a pile of rubbish. All that we ask of each other is don't be crazy. As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster. This week we discuss Martin Scorsese's 1990 Mob masterpiece Goodfellas. A star studded cast brings their A game as they exact violence at will. Greed, guns, whiskey, and drugs. Sound like a good combination for any Gangster movie? Take a listen and don't forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Make sure to leave a 5 star rating on Apple Podcasts. Have questions or comments? Shoot an email to email@example.com and we will answer them on the next podcast.Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Pandora, Amazon Podcasts, TuneIn, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher and remember to rate and leave a comment. Your feedback helps us tremendously.
Let's talk about burnout with Martin Scorsese's Bringing Out the Dead. We compare it to other Scorsese films and it gives us a chance to talk about Marty. Essential workers, appreciation weeks and compassion are all discussed. Finally, Rob's Toilet Story. If you'd like to support our nonsense, join our Patreon at https://patreon.com/themidnightboys
At a time when discussion around organised labour is finding newfound fervour in the face of a summer of strikes across the UK, we are joined once again by podcasting brother in arms Jack to discuss acclaimed screenwriter and long-time Martin Scorsese collaborator Paul Schrader's directorial debut, 1978's "Blue Collar". Starring Richard Pryor, Harvey Keitel and Yaphet Kotto as Detroit auto workers at the tail end of the era of Reaganomics which destroyed the backbone of the American unions, the film takes a rather more jaded look at organised labour than the current Mick Lynch mania would suggest, as the three friends decide to rob their own union, and everything goes wrong. An uncompromising look at the daily hardships of American working class and the tragedy of how the insidious structures of capitalism find their way to undermine worker solidarity, Blue Collar is also something of an anomaly within Paul Schrader's filmography, as Jack and Connor get deep into. Subscribe at patreon.com/leftoverpod for £5 a month (or more if you are feeling generous) for the full episode as well as lots more exclusive content coming your way soon! /// CREDITS /// Hosts: Aarjan /// Connor Guest: Jack Frayne-Reid Production: Connor Music: Cardio /// Captain Beefheart - Hard Workin' Man
The 2016 adaptation of Shūsaku Endō's novel was a passion project for director Martin Scorsese decades in the making. However the heartfelt historical religious drama was a box office bomb, largely prompting Scorsese to move to streaming releases. Follow us! Instagram: @undercastcompany, Twitter: @undercastco, Facebook: Undercast Company. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, join our Discord, or support us on Patreon! Don't forget to check out our friends at With Nothing to Say!
Matt and Nicole watch and discuss the next film on their Martin Scorsese journey, the sumptuous period drama, Age of Innocence, with ATKGD team guest, Arianna Grassia! Links and stuff:Twitter: kidgoesdownPODInstagram: afterthekidgoesdownMerch: Click Here!!!Mixed Breed Brewing: check out their websiteor follow them on instagram (@mixedbreedbrewing). Mention us there for 5% off your bill!!!!
Ciné-Chat'#14: La saison s'achève en beauté avec un podcast sanglant et hilarant sur le classique du film de gangster "Les affranchis", 1990, realisé par Martin Scorsese et autopsié par les Ciné-Buddies/spécialistes Philippe Setbon, Laurent Vachaud et Jean Veber. SVP likez, partagez, commentez et souscrivez partout + 1 bonne critique et 5 étoiles sur iTunes, et n'oubliez pas de vous abonner à la chaine abracadaPod sur Youtube, merci.
After what seems like 14 long years the Bros are back with a new episode, Counselor. With our righteous indignation and newfound freedom we pursue Cape Fear (1991) by Martin Scorsese. Tail us as cross examine the film's morality, the importance of performance, and talk about remakes. Music by Chan Walrus. Instagram @nftss_pod.
This is the third part of an eight-part series about American movie ratings. Part 1 focused on Prano Baily-Bond's "Censor". Part 2 focused on Mike Nichols's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?".Future episodes will focus on Gordon Flemyng's "The Split" (1968), Steven Spielberg's "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" (1984), Garry Marshall's "The Flamingo Kid" (1984), John McNaughton's "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer" (1986), and Philip Kaufmans's "Henry & June" (1990).***Referenced media:"Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?" (Mike Nichols, 1966)"Red Dawn" (John Milius, 1984)"This Savage Land" (Vincent McEveety, 1969)"Assignment to Kill" (Sheldon Reynolds, 1968)"Payment in Blood" (Enzo G. Castellari, 1968)"Birds in Peru" (Romain Gary, 1968)"Planet of the Apes" (Franklin J. Schaffner, 1968)"2001: A Space Odyssey" (Stanley Kubrick, 1968)"Night of the Living Dead" (George A. Romero, 1968)"Barbarella" (Roger Vadim, 1968)"The Girl on a Motorcycle" (Jack Cardiff, 1968)"Head" (Bob Rafelson, 1968)"Yellow Submarine" (George Dunning, 1968)"Faces" (John Cassavetes, 1968)"The Great Silence" (Sergio Corbucci, 1968)"Sympathy for the Devil" (Jean-Luc Godard, 1968)"Candy" (Christian Marquand, 1968)"The Night They Raided Minsky's" (William Friedkin, 1968)"The Wrecking Crew" (Phil Karlson, 1968)"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" (Quentin Tarantino, 2019)"Three in the Attic" (Richard Wilson, 1968)"Pumping Iron" (George Butler and Robert Fiore, 1977)"Blowup" (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966)"Mean Streets" (Martin Scorsese, 1973)"Hi, Mom!" (Brian DePalma, 1970)"C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D." (David Irving, 1989)"Phantom of the Paradise" (Brian DePalma, 1974)"Shadows" (John Cassavetes, 1959)"Fritz the Cat" (Ralph Bakshi, 1972)"Beverly Hills Cop II" (Tony Scott, 1987)"Breathless" (Jean-Luc Godard, 1960)"Laugh-In" (George Schlatter, 1968-1973)"Saturday Night Live" (Lorne Michaels, 1975-now)"Deep Throat" (Gerard Damiano, 1972)"Behind the Green Door" (Artie Mitchell and Jim Mitchell, 1972)"Midnight Cowboy" (John Schlesinger, 1969)"Superfly" (Gordon Parks, Jr., 1972)"Across 110th Street" (Barry Shear, 1972)"Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song" (Melvin Van Peebles, 1971)
This week we take a look at the top ten movies on Netflix and talk about DTS Play-Fi becoming a challenger to WISA with their new Play-Fi Soundbars. We also discuss why 8K TV sales are not really doing anything worldwide. Plus we read your emails and the week's news. News: Major Smart Home Milestone Achieved! Z-Wave Alliance Surpasses 4,000 Certified Devices Amazon overhauls Fire TV user interface Chromecast with Google TV users get first crack at profiles Nokia Is Working On A Chromecast-Like Streaming Stick Netflix's most watched films, ranked The following are Netflix's most watched movies, based on Netflix's own reporting of total hours viewed in the first 28 days of each titles' release. Any changes are in bold text. Red Notice, an action movie starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds -- 364 million hours. Don't Look Up, a dark comedy with a star-packed cast -- 359.8 million hours. Bird Box, a post-apocalyptic movie starring Sandra Bullock -- 282 million hours. The Adam Project, a sci-fi adventure comedy -- 233.2 million hours. Extraction, an action movie starring Chris Hemsworth-- 231.3 million hours. The Unforgivable, a drama about a woman rebuilding her life after prison -- 214.7 million hours. The Irishman, a period Mafia epic directed by Martin Scorsese-- 214.6 million hours. The Kissing Booth 2, a teen rom-com sequel -- 209.3 million hours. 6 Underground, a Michael Bay explosion-fest starring Ryan Reynolds -- 205.5 million hours. Spenser Confidential, an action-comedy starring Mark Wahlberg -- 197.3 million hours. DTS Play-Fi Launches Play-Fi Home Theater for Soundbars Play-Fi Home Theater Extended in TVs to support new Speaker Configurations. DTS Play-Fi Home Theater is both expanding the feature-set and availability. Full press release from DTS here… Play-Fi Home Theater for Soundbars Support for wireless surround sound has been added to the latest generation of Play-Fi soundbars, speakers and subwoofers. You can create a wireless home theater using multiple Play-Fi products as the cornerstone of your system. TYou can add up to two subwoofers and optional rear satellites or amplifiers for surround sound with support up to 7.2.4. Play-Fi Home Theater for TVs Enhancements Available beginning with 2022 TV models, Play-Fi Home Theater for TVs will allow Play-Fi speakers or amplifiers to be used either as stereo pairs with the TV, or alternatively to be used as left and right speakers with the TV serving as the center channel for a surround sound system. This functionality augments existing home theater functionality enabled in 2021 TVs including: Using the TV's built-in speakers as the front channels of a surround system or upgrading them with a Play-Fi enabled soundbar to improve audio quality without wiring between TVs and external speakers or electronics. Select Philips TVs will be first to launch with these features. New and Recently Launched Play-Fi Products New products continue to launch featuring DTS Play-Fi in 2022 and more products are on the way. Products that have launched or are launching soon include: Audiolab Omnia Streaming Amplifier Hisense AX2106GW 2.1 Soundbar Hisense U5120GW 5.1.2 Soundbar Integra DRX-2.4, DRX-3.4, DRX-5.4 AVRs Loewe klang bar5 mr 5.1.2 Soundbar Loewe klang mr1, mr3, and mr5 Speakers Onkyo TX-NR5100, TX-NR6050, TX-NR6100, TX-NR7100, and TX-RZ50 AVRs Full 2022 range Philips Ambilight TVs running on Android TV Philips Fidelio FB1 7.1.2 Soundbar Philips Fidelio FW1 Subwoofer Philips Fidelio FS1 Speaker Philips B8907 Soundbar Philips B8507 Soundbar Pioneer VSX-LX105, VSX-LX305, VSX-LX505 AVRs SVS Prime Wireless Pro Powered Speakers SVS Prime Wireless Pro Streaming Amplifier Products that Support Play-Fi Surround There are two elements of product required for Play-Fi Surround. They are the concepts of the Master and its Surrounds. In order to have Play-Fi Surround, you need at least one product that can be the Master, and you need two to act in Surround as Left and Right respectively. Any Play-Fi product can act as Surround Left or Right, but the Master has special requirements, and is limited to select products. The latest DTS Play-Fi soundbars will allow you to create configurations up to 7.2.4—complete with height channels for Dolby Atmos—simply by adding more Wi-Fi-connected Play-Fi speakers. 8K TV Adoption is Much Lower Than Expected 8K TV has been getting a lot of hype, especially from Samsung, but the latest numbers show that consumers aren't taking the bait. Full article here… According to a recent report from Omdia research only 350,000 8K TVs were shipped to dealers worldwide in 2021, which amounts to only 1.5% of total TV shipments. With Samsung offering the most models, 65% of the 250,000 were from them. What is interesting is that according to the report, Samsung didn't ship any 8K TVs to Japan. What makes this significant is that Japan is the only country that actually offers 8K TV broadcasts on a limited basis. By the end of 2022, the number of 8K TV households is expected to break down as follows: REGION NUMBER OF 8K TV HOUSEHOLDS Western Europe 305,000 North America 269,000 China 244,000 Asia and Oceania 121,000 Eastern Europe 115,000 Japan 48,000 Latin America and the Caribbean 43,000 The Middle East and Africa 37,000 World Total 1,181,000 The following factors affect 8K TV Adoption: Although almost all TVs on store shelves 43-inches and larger are 4K UHD TVs, there are still millions of consumers that own 1080p Full HD sets and most of the content they are watching is HD and not even 4K. Although 8K TVs work with content sources currently available and perform upscaling of 4K content, to take full advantage of an 8K TV you need access to content that has been made in native 8K. To date, there is very little content to justify the purchase of an 8K TV. Even though 8K TVs offer more pixels per inch, it's nearly impossible to notice an improvement in picture quality unless seated within a few feet from the screen. Our eyes simply can't resolve 8K resolution at a real world seating distances. In terms of streaming in 8K only YouTube, Vimeo, and a few other apps offer any 8K content and it is very limited. To stream 8K you need upwards of 50 Mbps or higher broadband speed. There is no 8K TV broadcasting (except in Japan as mentioned previously). The ability to broadcast in 4K is still slowly being rolled out in the U.S. 8K TV broadcasting is a long way off. Movie and TV studios don't have an end-to-end 8K production and distribution capability of any consequence. Also, movie theater projectors currently in use are either 2K or 4K. This means that there is no incentive to make movies in 8K. It has been indicated that the current UHD Blu-ray Disc format will be the last disc-based format available. There are no plans to make an 8K disc format available to consumers. Although some PC and console gaming platforms are starting to include 8K gaming capability, there aren't a significant number of 8K games being released.
Today Jason discusses the ethics on display in Martin Scorsese's recent masterpiece: The Wolf of Wall Street.We all know Jordan Belfort and his crew engage in constant wrongdoing in The Wolf of Wall Street - but why? What ethical mistakes does Jordan make? Does money make Jordan happy, or make him a better person? Or does money simply enable Jordan to plumb the depths of his own hedonism?Please consider becoming a patron of Team Alme Studios! You'll get free swag and access to a huge library of exclusive audio and video content, livestreams, and more.Also take a listen to these awesome podcasts:Creatures of the Night - wild paranormal & conspiraciesAbcb Café - classic 80's anime romcom Kimagure Orange Road is meticulously analyzed
No episódio de hoje, Brunão, Baconzitos e Plínio Perru se juntam para celebrar a grande obra de Martin Scorsese, Os Bons Companheiros. E aproveitam para homenagear o ator Ray Liotta que nos deixou esse ano. Neste programa entenda quem é o delator da máfia favorito de Hollywood, conheça os segredos dos bastidores e, de quebra, aprenda a amassar a cara de um inimigo do seu chefe! Como assim eu sou engraçado?
Episode 122: “I need a checker the size of a steering wheel!” This week the guys debate the Top 5 non-board, non-card, non-video games. Also discussed are those great movies that flopped at the box-office but deserve a second chance to be viewed. · Why is actress Jennifer Garner considered the Lady Macbeth of butter?· Medals for Table Hockey?· Which podcast host's brother made him cry by cheating using a mirror?· Which film was director Martin Scorsese so distraught about low box-office returns that he wrote an op-ed piece in the L.A. Times?· How can the word ‘Zephyr' help you win a card game?· Which podcast host's wife tricked him into playing a chess master online?· Which ending of Dr. Sleep was filmed?· Which 90s film noir has the shortest film scene shot ratio at 2 seconds or less?· Why are death row inmates forced to serve out their sentences by ice fishing?· Which game caused Joseph's father to go on a violent rampage until Joseph turned age 24?
This episode, we return to the work of director Martin Scorsese, with one of his very few films to receive zero Oscar nominations, 2010′s Shutter Island. The film was Scorsese's highly anticipate follow-up to The Departed after finally securing his overdue Oscar win, and reunited him with that film's star Leonardo DiCaprio. Adapted from Dennis … Continue reading "199 – Shutter Island"
One of the greatest boxing films in history, along with being one of the upper echelon films in the storied legacy of both Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese covering the troubled life of boxer Jake LaMotta. Co-starring Joe Pesci and Cathy Moriarty.
With returning guest Charlie Mackin (https://twitter.com/charliemander13)! Frank thinks he's supposed to save lives. Frank's got it backwards. Join us in discussing BRINGING OUT THE DEAD: number two in the Trylon's Nic Cage summer series, one of the black sheep of Martin Scorsese's filmography, and a stylized-but-intimate look at what motivates and depresses EMTs. Stick around for our takes on the impact of failed systems on individuals and communities, the hard-learned lessons of guilt and the grief that follows, how BRINGING OUT THE DEAD leverages action tropes to bizarre ends, and the nature of messianic self-sacrifice when nobody asked you to. Fair warning: This was recorded from 9:30 p.m. until about 11:15 p.m. on a Tuesday, immediately after a screening of the movie. No apologies. Just a warning. Links: Find Charlie on Twitter at https://twitter.com/charliemander13 Find her work at https://charliemackin.com/ And on Letterboxd at https://letterboxd.com/charliemander/ - “NIC CAGE, NATIONAL TREASURE” (June - Aug 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/national-treasure/ - “GENE TIERNEY” (July 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/gene-tierney/ - “YAPHET KOTTO” (Aug 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/yaphet-kotto/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at email@example.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Closing song: “TB Sheets” by Van Morrison from the BRINGING OUT THE DEAD soundtrack.
On this special episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen return with another edition of Oscars Playback. This time, Joyce and Chris look back at the 1991 Oscars ceremony, where Kevin Costner and Dances With Wolves won seven awards and Martin Scorsese's legendary Goodfellas won just one. Come for Joyce and Chris and their thoughts on the best 1990 movies and what should've taken home academy hardware, stay for Chris listing off every director of a major 1990 release as a possible Best Director nominee. Make your own picks at https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's episode was a recap and review of Goodfellas from 1990 Directed by Martin Scorsese starring Robert De Niro/Joe Pesci and the last great Ray Lotta. Continuing our Mobb marathon! Hope you enjoy and thank you for your support ❤️
Welcome to the very first episode of 'Golden Reels'. Listen as Brad and Blake break down their favorite movies available on streaming.Christopher Nolan's 'Momento' & Martin Scorsese's 'The Departed'.Hosts: Brad and Blake PerryHost Socials Follow Brad on Instagram - instagram.com/brad_film6Follow Blake on Instagram - instagram.com/blakerobertperryFollow You've Gotta See This on Instagram - instagram.com/youvegottaseethispodCareful 4 Spoilers Follow Careful 4 Spoilers on Twitter - twitter.com/c4spoilersFollow Careful 4 Spoilers on Facebook - facebook.com/c4spoilersFollow Careful 4 Spoilers on Instagram - instagram.com/c4spoilers Follow Careful 4 Spoilers on Patreon - patreon.com/c4spoilersStay up-to-date with the latest news in the world of Movies, TV Shows, Anime, Manga, Comics, and more at careful4spoilers.com
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 222: Goodfellas Released 15 June 2022 For this episode, we watched and talked over Martin Scorsese's crime classic Goodfellas, based on the book Wise Guys by Nicholas Pileggi, who wrote the screenplay with Scorsese. Thelma Schoonmaker handled the editing, the cinematography was by Michael Ballhaus and the cast includes Ray Liotta, Robert de Niro, Joe Pesci, Lorraine Bracco and Paul Sorvino. It cost $25m and made about $47m at the box office. It was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director and Joe Pesci won Best Supporting Actor. It has a 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. BEST PICK – the book is out now from all the usual places, including… From the publisher https://tinyurl.com/best-pick-book-rowman UK Amazon https://amzn.to/3zFNATI US Amazon https://www.amzn.com/1538163101 UK bookstore https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781538163108 US bookstore https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/best-pick-john-dorney/1139956434 Audio book https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Best-Pick-Audiobook/B09SBMX1V4 To send in your questions, comments, thoughts and ideas, you can join our Facebook group, Tweet us on @bestpickpod or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also Tweet us individually, @MrJohnDorney, @ItsJessRegan or @TomSalinsky. You should also visit our website at https://bestpickpod.com and sign up to our mailing list to get notified as soon as a new episode is released. Just follow this link: http://eepurl.com/dbHO3n. If you enjoy this podcast and you'd like to help us to continue to make it, you can now support us on Patreon for as little as £2.50 per month. Thanks go to all of the following lovely people who have already done that. Alex Frith, Alex Wilson, Alison Sandy, Amanda Grey, Andrew Jex, Andrew Straw, Ann Blake, Anna Barker, Anna Coombs, Anna Elizabeth Rawles, Anna Jackson, Anna Joerschke, Anne Dellamaria, Annmarie Gray, Anthea Murray, Ben Squires, Carlos Cajilig, Caroline Moyes Matheou, Cathal McGuire, Catherine Jewkes, Chamois Chui, Charlotte, Charlotte M, Conrad Uno, Craig Boutlis, Daina Aspin, Dave Kloc, David Fraser, David Gillespie, Della, Drew Milloy, Drogo Danderfluff, Elis Bebb, Elizabeth McClees, Esther de Lange, Evelyne Oechslin, Fiona, Flora, frieMo, Gavin Brown, Helen Cousins, Helle Rasmussen, Henry Bushell, Ian C Lau, Imma Chippendale, Jane Coulson, Jess McGinn, Joel Aarons, Jonquil Coy, Joy Wilkinson, Judi Cox, Julie Dirksen, Kate Butler, Kath, Katie Hammonds, Katy Espie, Kurt Scillitoe, Lawson Howling, Lewis Owen, Linda Lengle, Lisa Gillespie, Lucinda Baron von Parker, Mary Traynor, Matheus Mocelin Carvalho, Matt Price, Michael Walker, Michael Wilson, Mike Evans, Pat O'Shea, Peter, Rebecca O'Dwyer, Richard Ewart, Robert Heath, Robert Orzalli, Sally Grant, Sam Elliott, Sharon Colley, Simon Ash, Sladjana Ivanis, Tim Gowen, Tom Stockton, Wayne Wilcox, Zarah Daniel.
Hey everyone! Hold on to your butts because our Recent Review is Universal Pictures's Jurassic World: Dominion this week, and our Geriatric Cinematic is Jurassic Park (1993). Both films have dinosaurs, and neither film has house cats. Our Variety Time segment gets very weird as we discuss Tammy and the T-Rex and Kelsey's bizarre dream about Martin Scorsese. Which is weirder–the movie or Kelsey's dream? You decide! Next week, our Recent Review is Pixar's Lightyear, in theaters Friday, June 17, 2022, and our Geriatric Cinematic is Flash Gordon (1980), available to rent on Amazon or available for purchase on YouTube TV and Apple TV and other VOD services. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@TheReelAppeal), Facebook, and Instagram, and you can contact the show at TheReelAppeal@gmail.com. Find every episode on all podcast catchers, and don't forget to rate our show on iTunes! Jurassic World: Dominion - 12:15 Spoilers - 31:46 Variety Time - Tammy, the T-Rex, and a lot of What the F***s. - 52:20 Geriatric Cinematic - Jurassic (1986) - 1:21:34
The passing of Ray Liotta was most certainly unexpected. He was sixty-seven years old and had been having a career rejuvenation with roles both in television and movies. His meteoric rise to fame was the 1990 Martin Scorsese film GOODFELLAS. Soon after he was one of Hollywood's most recognizable names. In 2003, award winning director James Mangold gave him a co-starring role in his film IDENTITY. When a group of travelers get caught in a torrential rainstorm in the remote area of Nevada, each lands up at a broken down motel to spend the night. Unfortunately, an accident occurs leading to one person at deaths door. To add to the drama, a police officer traveling with a violent murderer has to spend the night as well. Unfortunately patrons begin to die making each wonder who is the culprit. Besides Ray Liotta, the film stars John Cusack, Rebecca De Mornay, Amanda Peet, John Hawkes, John C. McGinley, Jake Busey, Alfred Molina, and Pruitt Taylor Vince. IDENTITY, gaining great reviews on its initial release, has slowly grown a cult following with its many twists and turns. Dark Discussions Podcast takes a look at the movie and pays tribute to acting great, Ray Liotta.
“Never rat on your friends, and always keep your mouth shut.” The first big tournament of the season is a murder case based on the plot of Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas. The teams are practicing saying “consigliere” and figuring out what the difference is between a “capo” and a “soldier.” In between we get a lesson on South Dakota geography (cowboy hats out west), and take a trip to H.E.B. (el Heb) for triple shot espressos. Learn more about the schools, programs and special guests: St. Mary's University Law School University of South Dakota Knudson School of Law Elie Honig Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law Up Against the Mob with Elie Honig Follow us on Twitter @ClassActionPod and Instagram @ClassActionPod Visit our show page for transcripts and more details about the series at ClassActionPod.com Follow host Katie Phang on Twitter @KatiePhang and Instagram @KatiePhang. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 121: “It's a family affair/the sheep don't like it!”This week the guys compare their top five favorite actor family members. Also considered are the most severe misunderstood song lyrics. · Which eccentric movie director sold DVDs of his only film in the theater along with his designer underwear?· Which 90s box office bomb was a guilty pleasure of Martin Scorsese?· Which famous Hollywood family does George butchers the last name of? · Which song immortalized a specific feminine product forever?· What is up with all of these baldheaded women?· Why is Whitney Houston changing lyrics?· Which misunderstood lyric does Joseph learn ‘live' during the podcast that he's gotten wrong for so many years?· What is a ‘Blue Summer'?
En este episodio The Wolf of Wall Street – El Lobo de Wall Street (2013) dirigida por Martin Scorsese, comentamos todo el argumento, así como lo que nos gustó y además de las opiniones respectivas; además como siempre noticias y las recomendaciones de la semana.
This Week on Fabulous Film and Friends, we're ringing the Round 2 bell of our Francis Ford Coppola vs. Martin Scorsese masters of cinema fight for the crown of greatest American Filmmaker as we compare Mob Epics 1972/74's Godfathers I &II starring Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, James Caan, Richard Castalleno, John Cazale, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Abe Vigoda, Michael V. Gazzo and Lee Strasberg to name but a few, to 1990's Goodfellas, starring Ray Liotta, Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci, Lorrain Bracco, and Paul Sorvino. Joining me once again in my Steadicam shot through the Coconut Grove of Cinema loving Wiseguys and gals are my sister Roseanne Caputi, also known as "Kid Kitchen Gloves," cuz she's always doing the dishes while we're gulping down our sausage and peppers, then there's Kendrick “Two Things” Wright, because he never brings up just one thing when he wants to make a point, his partner in crime Dante “The Director” Oliviero cuz he's the only one among us who's always making movies, and finally Alex “Mr. Mimic” Robertson, cuz he's always mimicking people. So while it wasn't mandatory, I felt we should watch Godfather II in addition to the Godfather as the two really are just one long movie, but technically we have three movies to compare totaling 9 hours of screentime. The synopses: First, The Godfather's I & II chart the rise and fall of the the Corleone family led by patriarch Vito Corleone as he withstands an assassination attempt and then hands off his criminal empire to his son Michael, whom he hoped would avoid a life of corruption and one day become a great American politician. Conversely Goodfellas catalogues the life and times of actual Wiseguy Henry Hill who joined the mob as teenager in a childhood dream come true and evolves from petty crook to high end theif and hijacker, accessory to murder and ultimately finger pointer in the federal witness protection program. Okay, here are the rules again: We going to go around the panel and quickly state whose work we prefer in as many cinematic components as we can cover in what will probably be 3 hours. The Categories are: Acting Screenplay CinematographyProduction DesignMusicEditingDirection
The Met Gala is an annual fundraiser for The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in New York City. Each year it marks the opening of The Costume Institute's spring exhibition and is widely regarded as one of the most exclusive social events in the world. This year's theme is 'In America: An Anthology of Fashion', the second in the two-part exhibition. The exhibition follows 'In America: A Lexicon of Fashion', which opened last year and remains on view with part two. This year the focus is on American fashion and Andrew Bolton, The Costume Institute's head curator, his team and curators from The Met's American Wing are working with film directors to create different cinematic scenes, installed as still vignettes across 13 period rooms. Each room depicts a different period of history in the world of American fashion. The nine film directors involved include Sofia Coppola, Martin Scorsese and last year's Oscar winner Chloé Zhao. Reporter, Kizzy Cox, has behind-the-scenes access shadowing the team, as they create the exhibition, bringing Andrew Bolton's vision to life. She also chats to film director Chloé Zhao about how she goes about creating the Shaker Retiring Room vignette.
In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, a Martin Scorsese film that took years to come together, and a career-altering Kevin Smith movie. The Irishman was a long talked about reunion of Scorsese and Robert De Niro - but it was always set to be expensive, long, and not family-friendly. Just who would want to pay the bill? Finding a financier was much easier where Kevin Smith's Zack And Miri Make A Porno was concerned - but other problems were around the corner. Stories of both are told in this episode. Find Simon on Twitter at @simonbrew, and the podcast can be found at @filmstoriespod. Support this podcast: www.patreon.com/simonbrew.
On this episode: Tyler has abandoned his post, Ezra watch 2022, and a call from the other side of the world. PLUS! M Night cranks out another gem, updates from Joseph, and grievances with The GooniesIn news: Coronavirus, X-Files, Mother, Danzig, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Ezra Miller Watch 2022, Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, R Kelly, Macauley Culkin, Michael Jackson, Francis Ford Coppola, Warner Brothers, The Flash, Justin Long, Tusk, Portlandia, Carrie Brownstein, Flight of the Conchords, John Hodgeman, Judge John Hodgeman, Judge Judy, Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Killers of the Flower Moon, Jack Fitzpatrick, LetsCrashThisParade, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF75-Dalj0xIZOHWM4xl_Mg , The Film Vault, Cinemaddicts, Find Your Film, Saw, Clue, Cluedo, Matel, Milton Bradley, Hasbro, Milton Brothers, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, I Am Legend, The Mist, Leigh Whannell, James Wan, Phil Tippett, Don Mancini, Triangle, M Night Shyamalan, Old, Yorgos Lanthimos, Knock At The Cabin, Dave Bautista, Rupert Grint, Servant, Apple TV, Empire Records, Scream, Shrek, Lord of the Rings, Jarin Blaschke, Robert Eggers, The Northman, The Witch, The Lighthouse, The Goonies, Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Cory Feldman, Ke Huy Kwan, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Kate Bush, The Sandlot, Joe Pantoliano, Eric Roberts, Epstein, Richard Donner, John Matuszak, The Quest For No Trailers, Thor: Love and Thunder, Don't Worry Darling, Willow, Val Kilmer, Warick Davis, Pinocchio, Robert Zemeckis, Avatar 2, Polly Shore, Beavis and Butthead do the Universe, The Man From Toronto, Prey, Predator 5, Black Adam, The Munsters, Rob Zombie, Idris Elba, Megan Fox, Rogue, Beast, Brian and Charles, Binge Movies, http://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com Joseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe with Jack Fitzpatrick from LetsCrashThisParadehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF75-Dalj0xIZOHWM4xl_MgStreaming Picks:Carrie - Amazon PrimeStand By Me - Netflix10 Things I Hate About You - Disney+One Shot - HuluAntlers - HBO MaxWhat We Do In The Shadows (series) - HuluStranger Things - NetflixThe New Mutants - HBO MaxAd spot this week. The PVDcast hosted by John Orlandohttps://pvdcast.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-pvdcast/id1414474661https://open.spotify.com/show/00Z8qeeH9AePH2fvFMcPG0
Lee, Leah, and returning OG host Daniel take a look at an all-time classic gangster movie this time out with Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas" (1990). The conversation revolves around where Scorsese was career-wise at this point; the ages of the actors compared to the ages of their real-life counterparts; brilliant performances; brilliant shots; violence; pasta sauce; the realities of the wiseguy lifestyle; wigs; and just what a flipper disc was, among a lot of other topics. Also, the hosts play another round of the IMDB Stattogories game and talk about what they've watched recently. Now, grab your fucking shine box and give us a listen. "Goodfellas" IMDB Find Daniel's great podcast I Don't Speak German here. Featured Music: "Speedo" by The Cadillacs; "Remember (Walkin' in the Sand)" by The Shangri-Las & "Ain't that a Kick in the Head" by Dean Martin.
Eric & Jeremy discuss Martin Scorsese's "The Aviator" starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Howard Hughes, Cate Blanchett as Katharine Hepburn, and Kate Beckinsale as Ava Gardner. Visit patreon.com/ericandjeremy for a whole lotta bonus content!
Movie Brats, which includes Francis Coppola, George Lucas, Brian DePalma, John Milius, Martin Scorsese, and Steven Spielberg, is our series where we focus on the big gaps among these directors. These guys are considered to be some of the best directors of the last forty years and yet there were some major movies that Jonathan and Corey had not seen before. As far as the podcast goes, each episode features an in-depth review of the movie for the week. They begin with a spoiler-free review before diving in completely after the needed spoiler warning. However, before getting into the review of the week, Jonathan and Corey discuss what other movies they've seen since the last episode as well as anything else they feel like discussing. To help them decide which of the many films to watch each month they started creating themes for them all. Be sure to follow them on Social Media @berkreviews and @coreyrstarr Movie 1 - Blow Out (1981) IMDb.com Synopsis - A movie sound recordist accidentally records the evidence that proves that a car accident was actually murder and consequently finds himself in danger. Directed by Brian De Palma Cast: John Travolta Nancy Allen John Lithgow Dennis Franz Peter Boyden Curt May --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/berkreviewsmovieclub/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/berkreviewsmovieclub/support
As far as the AMPM VIDEO crew can remember, we always wanted to talk about GoodFellas a 1990 American biographical crime film directed by Martin Scorsese, written by Nicholas Pileggi and Scorsese, and produced by Irwin Winkler. It is a film adaptation of the 1985 nonfiction book Wiseguy by Pileggi. Starring Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci, Lorraine Bracco and Paul Sorvino, the film narrates the rise and fall of mob associate Henry Hill and his friends and family from 1955 to 1980. Scorsese initially titled the film Wise Guy and postponed making it; he and Pileggi later changed the title to Goodfellas. To prepare for their roles in the film, De Niro, Pesci and Liotta often spoke with Pileggi, who shared research material left over from writing the book. According to Pesci, improvisation and ad-libbing came out of rehearsals wherein Scorsese gave the actors freedom to do whatever they wanted. The director made transcripts of these sessions, took the lines he liked most and put them into a revised script, which the cast worked from during principal photography. You can watch the video podcast on YouTube, listen on Spotify or Apple Music & catch us next week live on twitch.tv/ampmvideo Drop a comment, like & hit the subscribe button. Give us a follow @ampm.video & @goteamvideo BIG shoutout to @gubbsmusic for our intro/outro music & BIG shoutout to @shotfromthepit for our fun promo photos! ⚡️ If you would like to support @ampm.video & @goteamvideo for all we do & so that we can keep creating more content, check out patreon.com/ampmvideo
durée : 00:58:24 - Entendez-vous l'éco ? - par : Tiphaine de Rocquigny - Après nous être penchés sur le cinéma de Frank Capra et celui des frères Coen, nous nous intéressons aujourd'hui à l'argent selon Martin Scorsese, des bas-fonds mafieux de Little Italy aux hautes sphères de la finance en passant par le pognon des casinos... - invités : Thierry Suchère auteur; Thomas Sotinel Critique au journal Le monde
As broadcast June 8, 2022 with plenty of Jersey attitude for your streaming feast. Tonight we went to New Jersey for our weekly travelling without moving showcase with Dunia Aljawad once again gracing our broadcast. We opened with arguably the state's most famous current resident in Stevie Wonder and roll from there with every famed New Jersey-born or based artist that we could cram into two hours, which is surely not nearly enough to cover even a good percentage. Starting with some funk from now & then, we also payed tribute to Newark-born Ray Liotta, who passed away over the weekend then covered some amazing indie rock to end the first half. Once on the plane, we rocked some classics from all over the timeline and up until now, with Frank Sinatra, Bon Jovi, and Halsey all highlights.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Stevie Wonder – Black ManSteely Dan – Black CowFlamingosis – DaybreakThe Fugees – The ScoreKool & The Gang – Dujii (Live) Part II (32:18)Billy Ward & His Dominoes – Star DustBobby Darin – Beyond The SeaSave Face – Preoccupied Sharon Van Etten – SeventeenReal Estate – Talking BackwardsYo La Tengo – Autumn SweaterThe Vaughns - Raina Part III (61:53)Frank Sinatra – All The WayDionne Warwick – You're Gonna Need MeJon Bon Jovi - Livin' On A PrayerBruce Springsteen – I'm On FireHalsey - Finally // beautiful strangerBlack Science Orchestra – New Jersey Deep Part IV (96:49)Lesley Gore - You Don't Own MeCount Basie – Fun TimeNancy Sinatra - These Boots Are Made For Walkin'Blondie – Once I Had A Love (AKA The Disco Song)Yun Ddanddan 윤딴딴 - ㄴㄴㄴCHOI SANG YEOP – Cheer Up
We're BOUNCING from Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" to "Christopher Nolan's "Insomnia"! Thank you for the BOUNCE this week, Al Pacino. (0:15 - 37:00) Mike and Harry discuss the 20th Anniversary of this flick! Why isn't anyone celebrating? Is this movie not good? Anyone?... Can someone bring out the balloons? Where will we BOUNCE to next week? Please SUBSCRIBE and leave a review on iTunes or anywhere you listen to Movie Bounce.
Welcome back Reel Friends! This week, our hosts Alex and Walker strayed away from the normal format and chose their own category instead of relying on the Reel of Fate. The chose to use this episode to honor the late Ray Liotta who recently passed away. The two thought what better way to honor him then to watch Martin Scorsese's film Goodfellas. "A young man grows up in the mob and works very hard to advance himself through the ranks. He enjoys his life of money and luxury, but is oblivious to the horror that he causes. A drug addiction and a few mistakes ultimately unravel his climb to the top. Based on the book "Wiseguy" by Nicholas Pileggi." Want to know how it ends? Then sit back, relax, and enjoy this week's episode of Spin The Reel!Don't forget to rate and subscribe! You can find us on all social media platforms as Spin The Reel Podcast. You can email your movie category and film suggestions to email@example.com.Episode Sponsor: rngr. - IntheRoomhttps://open.spotify.com/track/2vW6tcHMLgSpSA4Xs4lV8t?si=d5feb082765b4385
Jason and Steven think back as far as they can remember. They pay tribute to the late great Ray Liotta. This is a long one so sit back and give us the fucking strong box you varmint you! Episode 30: Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Matt and Nicole watch and discuss the next film on their Martin Scorsese journey, the 1991 thriller, Cape Fear. Links and stuff:Twitter: kidgoesdownPODInstagram: afterthekidgoesdownMerch: Click Here!!!Mixed Breed Brewing: check out their website or follow them on instagram (@mixedbreedbrewing). Mention us there for 5% off your bill!!!!
Hosts Sonia Mansfield and Margo D. are here to amuse you and dork out about 1990's GOODFELLAS, starring Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Lorraine Bracco, and Paul Sorvino. Dork out everywhere …Email at firstname.lastname@example.orgSubscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle PlaySpotify LibsynTune In Stitcherhttp://dorkingoutshow.com/https://twitter.com/dorkingoutshow
This week we're joined by actor Jon Bernthal! To begin, we discuss his latest performance on HBO's We Own This City (6:00), policing and gun culture in America (9:15), growing up grappling with toxic masculinity (14:47), his pivot to acting in college (23:30), and the powerful history of theater in Moscow (27:25). On the back-half, he reflects on his first year in Los Angeles (32:45), the night that changed his life (37:44), and the magic behind the making of Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street (45:05). To close, Jon shares his hopes for the future (51:00) and how, as a father, he's processed these tragic weeks in America (52:58). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What a film. This is cinema. It was amazing to finally take this in the way it should be. Me and Charles were completely hypnotized for the first 30 minutes and had so many first thoughts. We got into other casting options, the travesty at the 1977 Oscars, the fashion (specifically Betsy), and how this music score was top notch.Off- Topic rants include: old hollywood man candy, Martha Stewart & Cybill Shepherd beef, Meryl Streep, women focused 90s sitcoms---Get over 60 BONUS episodes on 90s TV (Freaks & Geeks, My So Called Life, Felicity, Dawson's Creek, Buffy, and more...) and to support the show, join the PATREON for $5/month! www.patreon.com/fashiongrungeGIVE US A 5 STAR RATING & SUBSCRIBE!Hosts: Lauren @lauren_melanie & Charles @charleshaslam Music by Den-Mate @imdenmateFollow Fashion Grunge Podcast Instagram @fashiongrungepodTwitter @fgrungepodLetterboxd Fashion Grunge PodcastTikTok @fashiongrungepod
Mary Payne and Erin talk about Season 9, episode 6 of 90DF “If I Have To Turn This Car Around.” Bilal reaches a new level of Evil A$$hole this week, if you can believe it, while we fall deeper in love with the true relationship of the season: John & Patrick. We are here for #JATRICK, their shared trauma, their brotherly bond, and their future writing credits on a Martin Scorsese film. We are not enjoying Mother Jibri this week as she attempts to slut-shame Miona, though. And Erin has decided that Mohammed's voice is no longer soothing. It's legit frightening. June 11 Chicago Bunkie Meet Up RSVP link! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/336671432317PLEASE Follow us on Instagram @pinkshadepod and TikTok @pinkshadepodcastCLICK HERE to join Pink Shade Bunkies on Patreon for our bonus shows every week: PINK SHADE BUNKIESJoin the closed Facebook group: Pink ShadeVisit the new Pink Shade Shop! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.