Welcome to the Movie Mike's Ultimate Summer Movie Survival Guide! Whether you're a die-hard movie buff or simply looking for some blockbuster excitement: Mike wants to help you make the most of your summer at the movies while keeping some extra cash in your pocket. As someone who goes to the movies 1-2 times a week, Mike shares his valuable tips on how to save time and money at the theater. In the Movie Review, Mike talks about Fast X. He shares if it's as ridiculous as all the other films, why the naming of these movies make no sense and if we really need any more of these movies. In the Trailer Park, Mike talks about Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One and its use of real stunts and high-stakes action that await Ethan Hunt and his team in this next installment. From the Listener Shout Out of The Week - Kelsey's Book Episodes Kelsey's Top 10 Books of 2022 (Starts at 20 mins) https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-movie-mikes-movie-podcast-53761269/episode/spoiler-review-mike-and-kelsey-on-106593004/ Books that should be turned into Movies: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-movie-mikes-movie-podcast-53761269/episode/books-that-should-be-turned-into-100897750/ New Episodes Every Monday! Watch on YouTube: @MikeDeestro Follow Mike on TikTok: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Instagram: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Twitter: @mikedeestro Email: MovieMikeD@gmail.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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This week, Juliet and Jacoby discuss Oscar Mayer changing the name of the Wienermobile to the Frankmobile, share their thoughts on office fridge etiquette, and question a supposed beer-powered motorcycle. For this week's Taste Test, they try the Bacon Ranch McCrispy from McDonald's. Finally, they close the show by sharing their Personal Food News and reacting to a listener-submitted voicemail. Do you have Personal Food News? We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail at 646-783-9138 or email ListenerFoodNews@Gmail.com for a chance to have your news shared on the show. Hosts: Juliet Litman and David Jacoby Producers: Mike Wargon and Ronak Nair Musical Elements: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Light The Fuse - A Mission: Impossible Podcast
It's time for our forensic, shot-by-shot analysis of the new trailer for “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part One.” We get into the nitty gritty of the terrific new trailer, looking for clues, solving riddles and attempting to solve our own globetrotting mystery. If you've ever wanted two nerds to pick apart a trailer like it's the Zapruder film, this is the episode for you!
I Hate Green Beans with Lincee Ray
Hello everyone! Todd and I have big thoughts about upcoming blockbusters, and we discuss in length what makes us nervous about some of our choices to watch this summer. For example: Is Harrison Ford too old to continue playing Indiana Jones? Can I let go of the fact that I can't stand underwater movies and just accept that Ariel is a mermaid, and that is where her story takes place? Will I be confused while watching Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3? How many more Mission Impossibles will Tom Cruise star in? At what point in Barbie will I fall in love with Ryan Gosling all over again? I'll give you a hint: Immediately. EPISODE NOTES: Todd's Picks Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 Oppenheimer Lincee's Picks Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3 The Little Mermaid Barbie SHOW NOTES: Subscribe to Podcast: iTunes or Android Follow Me: Facebook and Instagram and Twitter Buy My Books: It's a Love Story and Why I Hate Green Beans
Light The Fuse - A Mission: Impossible Podcast
We are once again joined by Clint Schultz, graphic designer for “Top Gun: Maverick” and “Mission: Impossible 3” and this week we talk about the logo for the IMF that Schultz designed (and is barely seen in the movie), designing the four dots logo for “Ghost Protocol,” and he tells stories about “Zodiac,” “Tomorrowland,” “Star Trek” and much, much more!
It was a time I had the opportunity to be in London. I got to see some things that we don't see much of in America: the palace, the double-decker buses; buildings that represent up to 1,000 years of history. And there's one thing that was very new there for an American, and It could be dangerous. Yeah, the direction of traffic. Cars drive on the left side, and it really messes up American drivers and in this case an American pedestrian. You step off a curb, looking to the left of course. We've been conditioned for a lifetime - look left. You do that in London, and you may not be using your return ticket. As in any city, there's busy traffic. But the British must know there will be confused Yanks there like me. So they paint these signs and arrows on the pavement that say "Look Right." They saved my life! It's very important. If you're not looking the right way, you can get run over. I'm Ron Hutchcraft and I want to have A Word With You today about "Which Way to Look When It's Overwhelming" Our word for today from the Word of God, Luke 9, and we're in the middle of that feeding of the 5,000 where the disciples have seen the size of the crowd and said, "Boy, they've got to eat, Jesus, and we'd better send them away." And Jesus said, "You give them something to eat." The disciples aren't quite sure what to do with that command. They answered, "We have only five loaves of bread and two fish - unless we go and buy food for all this crowd. But He said to His disciples, 'Have them sit down in groups of about fifty each.' Taking the five loaves and two fish and looking up to heaven, He gave thanks and broke them. Then He gave them to the disciples to set before the people. They all ate and were satisfied." Okay, Jesus and the disciples are facing an overwhelming need. Maybe like you are right now. Maybe you're looking at a financial need, or a family need, and it's like a Mission Impossible. See, that's when miracles happen. It's kind of like crossing streets in London. The outcome depends on which way you're looking. There are three ways you can look when you're facing an overwhelming situation. First, you can look out at the need. That's what the disciples did. It's a huge crowd; a huge need. Secondly, you can look down at your resources. In John 6 that's what the disciples did. Andrew said, "Here's a boy with five small barley loaves and two small fish, but how far will they go among so many?" "Hey, our resources are no match for this need, Jesus!" Maybe that's how you feel right now. You just don't have the money, or the wisdom, the people, the strength, the help. Well, in both cases you're going to be paralyzed or you;re going to be panicky. There's a third way to look, and that's what Jesus did. It says, "And looking up to heaven He gave thanks for the loaves." Jesus chose to look in the Lord's direction, not out at the need, not down at the resources, but where the resources are unlimited. The Bible says in Philippians 4:19, "God will supply all your needs according to His glorious riches in Christ Jesus." So Jesus thanked God for what He did have, though it was nowhere near enough. And not enough was miraculously multiplied into more than enough. Do you know that's exactly what happens when somebody puts their life into Jesus' hands? Jesus said, "I've come that you may have life and have it to the full." And we do as much as we can do with our lives, until one day we say, "Jesus, You died on the cross to pay for my sin. You walked out of your grave under your own power. It's time I took this life that I have thwarted and put it in the hands of the One who was meant to be controlling it all along." That's your "Jesus day." It could be today. The One who loved you enough to die for you, You begin your relationship with Him. Say, "Jesus, I'm yours." You want to be sure you belong to Him, check out our website. It will help you. Go to ANewStory.com. You know, if we hadn't looked the right way in heavy traffic, we would have been run over. But God has written in this feeding of the 5,000, clear direction. Don't look out at the need. Don't look down at the resources. Look up to heaven where the riches in glory in Christ Jesus are.
Welcome gang to this, the most exciting development in podcasts since crypto bros decided to pick up a microphone! May-ssion Impossible is here and boy do we kick off with a doozy of an episode! Designed in a play along at home style, Andy builds his very own Mission Impossible film using the tropes of the series that we know and love. From building a badass crew, to choosing his Macguffin and of course including a wildly ambitious stunt. Let us know what you roll for at home!
In this two-part episode of the podcast, Mark Labriola II and Benjamin Manley have an exclusive conversation with Hugh Howey, the New York Times bestselling author of over 20 books, including the hit "Silo Series" (FKA Wool") and Apple TV+'s upcoming series "Silo" based on Hugh Howey's New York Times bestseller trilogy. Howey shares his insights into what it takes to be a successful author and how reading novels every day played a pivotal role in his writing journey. Listeners will be inspired by Howey's advice on following their passions instead of chasing trends or money. Tune in to this podcast to gain valuable insights from one of the most successful authors of our time!Fans of dystopian dramas won't want to miss Apple TV+'s series "Silo". The show features a star-studded cast led by Rebecca Ferguson (“Dune," “Mission: Impossible"). Get ready for an engrossing new world full of mystery and intrigue!Links: https://tv.apple.com/us/show/silo/umc.cmc.3yksgc857px0k0rqe5zd4jicehttps://hughhowey.com/https://a.co/d/5Q9uvw6
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Today David Altrogge sits down with Oscar-winner Paul Hirsch. And while he's not a documentary filmmaker, he's one of Hollywood's most revered editors (we're talking Carrie, Star Wars, Ferris Buhlers Day Off, and Mission Impossible to name a few). He's also the author of A Long Time Ago in a Cutting Room Far, Far Away (which is one of our all-time favorite books about filmmaking). Today's episode is pure gold. A special thanks to Caleb J. Murphy (https://calebjmurphy.com/) and Musicbed (http://share.mscbd.fm/daltrogge) for the great tunes. School of Doc is a Production of Vinegar Hill (https://vinegarhill.film/)
You Heard that Right! Today marks the 5th anniversary of the start of this podcast, and how are we celebrating? By treating it like any other week of course! lol. Anyway, this weeks has some fun topics. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is out and we have a early feelings review, we are a week out from the CMA's decision on the Xbox ABK deal, The Writers Strike is official, and we finally got our first look at Dune Part II. Come take a listen.
In today's episode of Bingeworthy, our TV and streaming podcast host Mike DeAngelo dives deep underground with Apple TV+'s new sci-fi mystery series, “Silo.” Created by Graham Yost (“Justified,” “Sneaky Pete,” “Speed”), the show follows the last survivors of a toxic Earth that live in an underground silo and live by strict tenets set in place by the government to ensure their survival. The show stars Rebecca Ferguson, Common, Tim Robbins, Rashida Jones, David Oyelowo, Iain Glen, and Will Patton. READ MORE: ‘Silo' Review: Rebecca Ferguson Captivates in Apple TV+'s Impressive, Must-Watch Sci-Fi Mystery Joining Bingeworthy to discuss the show is star, Rebecca Ferguson (“Mission: Impossible - Fallout,” “Dune,” “The Greatest Showman”). During the chat, Ferguson discussed passing on the lead role of Juliette initially, despite liking the concept. This ultimately led to a role with more creative input and control. Remember to check out more stories, news, reviews, interviews, and more at ThePlaylist.net, subscribe to our newsletter, and check out more of our Playlist Podcast interviews here. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theplaylist/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theplaylist/support
HFPA journalists Scott Orlin, Janet Nepales, and Mirian Spritzer sat down after this year's CinemaCon to talk about all the exciting things they saw coming soon from Hollywood's various studios. They talk about the full screenings of The Flash, The Boogeyman, & Joy Ride, previews for the new Mission Impossible, Oppenheimer, Barbie, & Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, surprise guests, and more!
Ade Oladipo and Gareth A Davies attempt to unpack what is holding up the heavyweight division in boxing and hear also from Oleksandr Usyk's promoter Alex Krassyuk who says his camp are just as frustrated as the rest of us with the lack of movement in boxings premier divison.We hear also from Canelo Alvarez who tells us he is eager to fight in the UK once he completes his homecoming fight in Mexico this weekend against John RyderAnd we look ahead to Joshua Buatsi's debut fight as a Boxxer fighter, he takes on Pawel Stepien this weekend live on talkSPORT Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Great Health Does Not Have to Be A Mission Impossible!
Dr. Trites introduces his health and wellness podcast, Great Health Does Not Have to be a Mission Impossible" so that you can empower yourself to make the best health decisions for you and with your practitioner.
On this SPECIAL EDITION of The Movie Podcast, Daniel and Shahbaz are joined by REBECCA FERGUSON, COMMON, GRAHAM YOST, & HUGH HOWEY of Apple TV+ Original Series SILO. In a ruined and toxic future, a community exists in a giant underground silo that plunges hundreds of stories deep; there, people live in a society full of regulations they believe are meant to protect them. Silo will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, May 5, 2023 with the first two episodes followed by one new episode weekly every Friday through June 30, 2023.Watch and listen to The Movie Podcast interview now on all podcast feeds, YouTube, and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE MOVIE PODCAST ON ET CANADA!THE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTube
Real Fans 4 Real Movies (RF4RM) Podcast
The Real Fans resurrect an old tradition and look at 19 big movies coming out this summer and make their box office predictions. Find more Real Fans 4 Real Movies on the internet: Web | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Rate, review, & subscribe to the RF4RM Podcast on: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn Your feedback is appreciated. Send emails to email@example.com
Kara talks to screenwriter and author David Koepp, who's written or co-written the screenplays for over 30 films, from Death Becomes Her and Jurassic Park to Mission: Impossible and his latest film Kimi. He's also a director and has written two novels, Cold Storage and Aurora, both of which are being adapted into films. Big moments include reworking a draft, how to respond to notes you may not agree with, and his method for fighting the number one enemy of work.Visit David Koepp's website Read his Script ArchiveBuy Cold StorageBuy AuroraDo It Today is a podcast created by Kara Cutruzzula. She's the author of three motivational journals and a musical theater writer, playwright, and editor.Buy Do It Today: An Encouragement JournalBuy Do It For Yourself: A Motivational JournalPre-order Do It (or Don't): A Boundary-Creating JournalSubscribe to Kara's newsletter: https://brassringdaily.substack.com/Visit www.karacutruzzula.com, or follow her on Instagram @karacut Artwork by Tyler Spangler and music by Kristoffer Bjarke
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206 - It's the final episode of our Spy Guys miniseries and it's a DOOZY. You chose it, it's Mission: Impossible, and we have ACTUAL Spy Guy with us again to break it down, former ASIO agent, and current comedian, podcaster, top bloke, David Callan. Be sure to check out David's podcast, I Spied hereSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ryan and Dylan go over the movie news released at this year's Cinemacon and preview the jam-packed summer blockbuster season.
April 30, 2023 - This week we discuss all things CinemaCon as Matt and Preston take a look at the new trailers for Dune 2, Flash, Fast X, Little Mermaid, and more! Which are you most excited for?Don't forget to subscribe and follow us!iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/just-us-losers/id1241054006?mt=2Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0vICUJjEJL5NDV66fJ9gjg?si=eHuOPj52QBWSYsB762uVwgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/JustUsLosersPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustUsLosersPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justusloserspod/?hl=en Email: JustUsLosersPod@gmail.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk_xEkEnx9xqhg_qpI9o8kwREM Homepage: https://remproductions.net/
On this episode, Andy, Ian, and Josh, join me to talk about the next movie in the Mission Impossible franchise: Rogue Nation. We finally got to a point where a movie is now new to Andy as well. All the previous movies have only been new to Ian. On this episode, Andy and Ian are continuing their journey through the Mission Impossible franchise. We're up to #5, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, and are joined by Josh for the review section of this one. As we do with all the Never SCENE That episodes, the first part is a pre-movie discussion, we break for the movie, and then come back and talk about what we thought after watching the movie. We also finally got to a point where these movies are completely new to Andy as well. One more movie to go before we get to Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 in July! Feel free to let us know what you think of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation if you're watching along with us! You can check us out at the following places: Facebook: www.facebook.com/bryguysuperfriends Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/BGSuperFriends Twitch: www.twitch.tv/jedibryguy
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Saturday April, 29th(ep.85)Cool News from Cinemacon, James Gunn says yes to Static and Pras from the Fugees auditions to play a villain in the next Mission Impossible!! The Ciabatta Boyz talk about all that and more, TUNE IN!!!1IN100 PODCAST Support the 1in100 Podcast and yourself by starting your own podcast with Buzzsprout. Hit the link https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1871825Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport the showthanks for tuning in follow @the6lackpodcaster on IG
Ryan Dunlevy and Rob Dunham discuss:(1:30) Box office update(13:19) Revisiting Mission Impossible (1996)(48:19) WatchlistFilmforFan.com
Seventeen years after Japanese warplanes sank seven warships in Darwin Harbour, a Japanese firm, the Fujita Salvage Company, came to Darwin to tackle the mission impossible - removing the ships left in the harbour. It is considered to be one of the greatest act of reconciliation. - 日本軍がダーウィン湾に沈めた連合軍の艦船。沈んだ艦船を回収するという難事業に取り組んだのは、日本の藤田サルベージでした。シドニーの作家・松平みなさんへのインタビューです。
Light The Fuse - A Mission: Impossible Podcast
This week we have a special episode, recorded live outside of a derelict motel near the Las Vegas Airport! Drew and Charles talk about the new trailer, 20 minutes of “Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning, Part One” and the new movie's amazing title sequence, all screened at this year's CinemaCon.
Fan2Fan Podcast - A Conversation Between Fans About Movies, Comics, TV, Video Games, Toys, Cartoons, And All Things Pop Cultu
We're talking more TV themes on this episode of the Fan2Fan Podcast! Bernie and Pete are joined by Allen, Jon, and Rebecca as they continue going down the unending rabbit hole of memorable tv theme songs. In part five we discuss a few classic sitcoms including Step by Step, Perfect Strangers, and Happy Days. And we wrap up our discussion by sharing some honorable mentions including Miami Vice, Wonder Years, CHiPs, Amazing Stories, Shameless, Mission Impossible, Doogie Howser, and more. For more info about the Fan2Fan Podcast, visit fanpodcast.com
This week on 8111, Alia Agha!!! Alia was born in Damascus, Syria. Just before the age of 2, her family fled Syria and moved to Lebanon. After a time there, they boarded a ship and travelled to Brazil where they lived with Alia's mother's family. A few years later they emigrated to the United States and moved to Anaheim, California. Growing up Alia loved art and spent hours making models, drawing, sculpting, and watching movies. She attended an all girls school and continued making art and going to the cinema. Her and her friends loved silent films and even dressed up like their favorite movie stars. After high school she went off to San Francisco State University where she studied studied Cinema. The expense of filmmaking was a challenge so she transferred to UC Berkeley and earned her undergraduate degree in writing with an interest in writing for film. A chance meeting at a party led Alia to an opportunity to become the receptionist at Industrial Light & Magic. After a year at the front desk she moved to work as a production assistant on Back to the Future 3. After a few years she left and went to work at Skellington as a production coordinator on Nightmare Before Christmas. She returned to ILM after that project wrapped and worked on Star Trek: Generations and Wolf. Alia later went to work as a rotoscoper on Congo, Twister and 101 Dalmatians before transitioning to work as a 3D camera matchmover on Mission: Impossible. She worked on numerous projects and then had the opportunity to go work on set for Galaxy Quest. She's worked as a matchmover for 29 years. Today Alia lives in Portland and working on a project for Laika. Alia's family life story is incredible. She's a great storyteller and it was fantastic to have the opportunity to catch up with her.
Jung Sein 2023- Mission Impossible oder besser als man glaubt? Zum Start der Ö3-Jugendstudie ist Sozialforscher Günther Ogris zu Gast in „Frühstück bei mir“ auf Ö3. „Am Arbeitsmarkt hat es die GenZ jetzt sicher viel leichter, aber die Lebenserhaltungskosten und Preise sind so gestiegen, dass das Leben schwieriger geworden ist “, fasst der Mitbegründer des SORA Instituts, das die Ö3 Jugendstudie wissenschaftlich begleitet, einige Aspekte zusammen. Ogris spricht über Umfeld, Aufstiegschancen und Wissensvorsprung der Jungen in einer digitalisierten Welt, über die Gesellschaft und ihren Umgang mit dem Generationenkonflikt. Der 63jährige Wiener erzählt auch seine eigene Geschichte- wie er als Sohn einer alleinerziehenden Mutter, die als Reinigungskraft gearbeitet hat, und Studienabbrecher zum renommierten Sozialwissenschaftler wurde und welche seiner Learnings auch denen, die jetzt am Start stehen, weiterhelfen könnten. (Sendungshinweis: Frühstück bei mir am 23.4.2023, 9-11h)
Light The Fuse - A Mission: Impossible Podcast
This week we return to our Tom Cruise interview, which was previously heard in our 200th episode. If you've already heard it, this is a fun return, and if you never have welcome! We have many, many more episodes. In our chat TC talks about some of his less talked about work (including “Legend” and “The Color of Money”), how he started the “Mission: Impossible” film franchise, and more. It's a really great chat and one we were glad to hit replay on.
Movie villain achetypes hasvechanged over the years with era-specific fears and anxieties. Pat and Mark dive into what the swinging 60s and 70s looked like.
Welcome to Episode 133 of the Different Animals Podcast and this week we talk about Super Mario Bros. John Wick Chapter 4, Les Mis at DPAC, Mission Impossible, avoiding trailers, that new Drake garbage, the NCAA Tourney, and the NBA Playoffs. This podcast is available on Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts and wherever else you catch your podcasts. You can catch us on IG and Twitter @DifAnimalsPod or email us directly at DifferentAnimalsPodcast@gmail.com with any feedback or suggestions. S/O to @Creative.Collin on IG for the dope Artwork. S/O to @EdERuger and @PhilliePhr3sh for the dope theme. Enjoy, and we'll see you in a week. PEACE. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Grab on to your nearest airplane side door because it's time for the best Mission: Impossible, at least, until the next one. Join in with us as we discuss the scale up in character-development, writing, and stunts, as well as Sean Harris bringing in at least the second best Mission: Impossible villain. Also, we found the rabbit's foot.
What food and beverage brands stood out at Coachella 2023? Jacqui Brugliera reported back from the annual music festival, including how most festival-goers quenched their thirst in the desert. Speaking of hydration, the hosts discussed whether #watertok is a faux controversy, before riffing on new snack and protein bars, CBD cocktails and a (very) cherry juice shot. This episode also features an interview with Raffi Vartanian and Patrick Johnson, the co-founders of Ziba Foods, a mission-driven brand of heirloom nuts, seeds and dried fruits that maintains an ethical supply chain from farm to bag, including fair and direct trade with Afghan farmers along with living wages for its women-centric workforce at the company's processing facility in Kabul. Show notes: 0:43: So Silver, So ‘Lit. Don't Procrastinate. Bars And Protein Aplenty. – Omusubi, low-carb Dutch beer, dumplings and recovery drinks – Jacqui had on a full plate at Coachella. The hosts urged early-stage beverage founders to apply to participate in New Beverage Showdown 25 before the May 12 deadline and begrudgingly discussed the latest TikTok-born controversy/trend. Later, they each highlighted a new snack bar, including one with a boba tea flavor, a collaboration between two powerhouse brands and a trio of Pakistani-inspired hot sauces. 26:44: Interview: Raffi Vartanian & Patrick Johnson, Co-Founders, Ziba Foods – Taste Radio editor Ray Latif spoke with Vartanian and Johnson at Expo West 2023 about their vision for Ziba and how they articulate the brand's compelling story and product value to consumers and retailers. The duo also discussed, how they navigated the complexities of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021 and subsequent return of Taliban rule in the country, and how contingency planning factors into their long-term business strategy. Brands in this episode: Dave's Killer Bread, Little Saints, Unite Foods, MiLa, Electrolit, Hello Soju, Chamberlain Coffee, Heineken, Michelob, Lesser Evil, Fishwife, OWYN, Chomps, The Coconut Cult, Pressed, Milonga, Fringe Food Co., Peepal People, Ziba Foods
On this week's episode of The Boxoffice Podcast, hosts Daniel Loria, Rebecca Pahle, and Romeo Duchene discuss the upcoming CinemaCon 2023 including the possible presentations of the major exhibitors and their respective upcoming movie slates. In the feature segment, Daniel talks to John Fithian, outgoing NATO president and CEO, about his long history in service of exhibition and the industry as a whole. Give us your feedback on our podcast by accessing this survey: https://forms.gle/CcuvaXCEpgPLQ6d18 Episode Resources: CinemaCon 2023 Schedule Of Events National CineMedia Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, To Undergo Debt Restructuring What to Listen For 00:00 Intro 01:53 National CineMedia files for Chapter 11 02:47 Cineplex Q1 earnings 03:53 New title releases 06:18 Sony's upcoming movie slate 10:53 The Flash to screen at CinemaCon, Warner Bros. upcoming films 14:11 Disney's presentation next week 18:29 Universal and Focus presentation coverage 22:41 Paramount and the next Mission Impossible film 25:16 Lionsgate presentation 31:35 How it got started 34:00 NATO executives 1992 35:59 Industry-wide issues that affect everyone in the industry 39:47 Transition to digital cinema 45:09 The cyclical life of exhibition 49:11 NATO needed to evolve 54:22 Acquisition of Show West 59:04 Global unity 01:02:51 Crisis management challenges 01:04:58 The Sony hack 01:07:39 Develop positive relationships to the creative community 01:11:42 Misunderstood comment about 12 Years a Slave
Geoffrey Klein, aka Mr. Purple or the Story Guy, is a Tedx speaker, an adjunct professor and a visual content producer. He helps people and organizations communicate more effectively through the power of story. He currently serves as President & CEO of nine dots, a visual content company that helps businesses share their message through visual communication to connect with their audience. Geoffrey's diverse professional experience includes working in the film industry, where he worked on films such as the Truman Show, Mission Impossible 2, Legally Blonde and Die Another Day. He also spent 10 years living in Manchester, England where he worked in both real estate and at a creative design agency. As a visual storyteller, Geoffrey's belief is that the best way to communicate is through telling a story and that the best way to share a story is by making it visual. He produces animation and video to help clients bring their story to life in a dynamic and refreshing way to share your message. Geoffrey has a bachelor's degree from Amherst College and a law degree from Temple University. Geoffrey is a gadget & cufflinks enthusiast and Pez dispenser collector, and in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, whether it's baking, basketball or board games. Find Geoffrey Online https://ninedotsmedia.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ggklein/ https://ggklein.com/ If you're enjoying Entrepreneur's Enigma, please give us a review on the podcast directory of your choice. We're on all of them and these reviews really help others find the show. GoodPods: https://gmwd.us/goodpods iTunes: https://gmwd.us/itunes Podchaser: https://gmwd.us/podchaser Also, if you're getting value from the show and want to buy me a coffee, go to the show notes to get the link to get me a coffee to keep me awake, while I work on bringing you more great episodes to your ears. → https://gmwd.us/buy-me-a-coffee Follow Seth Online: Seth | Digital Marketer (@s3th.me) • Instagram: Instagram.com/s3th.me Seth Goldstein | LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/sethmgoldstein Seth on Mastodon: https://masto.ai/@phillycodehound MarketingJunto.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
At the age of eighty and as a shepherd of his father-in-law's flock, Moses is given a seemingly impossible mission by God to return to Egypt and lead the Israelites out of bondage. Where are they going? To the land of milk and honey, promised by God to Abraham's descendants through Isaac and Jacob. We see Moses give reasons why he is not the right person for this mission. However God reassures Moses that he will be with him. God also provides a name for Moses to give to the Israelites - "I AM WHO I AM". What objections does Moses give that he is not the right person for this mission?Do we sometimes give reasons to God on why we are not the right person to serve Him?What is the meaning of the name "I AM"? Where is the land "flowing with milk and honey"?Why is this the time God chooses to take the Israelites from bondage?Support the show
On this episode we show love to Jamie Foxx, talk about the new A.I advancements and where it will take the music business, Drake & Kodak Black's disagreement, the movie Air review, Snowfall episode left us stunned, is Bel Air falling off? Timberwolves making playoffs, honest conversations about groups breaking up going solo. Power is turning into Mission Impossible movies and we discuss MUCH MORE only on the Sunday dinner podcast! Grab a plate --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brandon-riddley/support
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Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we begin a new series on 1997's Rare classic, GoldenEye 007. We set the game in its time before getting down to brass tacks, including comparing the experience to the film. Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: First full mission (three levels) Issues covered: the license, a bit about the film and the film series, 1997 in games, the flourishing of the first person shooter, late in a console cycle, disparity between PC FPSes and console FPSes, Rare with a lot of games and a lot of further game studios, missing the original controller, remapping shenanigans, threading the needle on a film adaptation, filling in gaps in the license, choosing your exciting set piece, wide level design, the triple cut, Hong Kong cinema, cinematic choices, contrasting with later cinematic games, how many mechanics will you incorporate, chasing this game, choosing different presentation, showing death the character death, an era of accessibility needs recognition, at last listening to our hate mail. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Nintendo, Fatal Frame, PlayStation, Pierce Brosnan, Nintendo 64, Sean Bean, Famke Janssen, Alan Cumming, Judi Dench, Desmond Llewelyn, Ralph Fiennes, Daniel Craig, Skyfall, Diablo, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Fallout, Quake, SW: Jedi Knight: DF2, Blood, Outlaws, Turok, Shadow Warrior, Hexen II, Raven Software, 3D Realms, GT Interactive, Duke Nuke'em, Postal, Curse of Monkey Island, Age of Empires, The Last Express, Final Fantasy VII, Colony Wars, Wing Commander: Prophecy, Riven, MYST, XvT, Interstate '76, Mario Kart 64, OddWorld, Grand Theft Auto, Gran Turismo, Diddy Kong Racing, The Stamp brothers, NES, Slalom, Wizards and Warriors, Battletoads, Killer Instinct, Perfect Dark, Microsoft, Viva Pinata, Banjo Kazooie (series), Donkey Kong Country, Silicon Graphics, Timesplitters, Free Radical, John Romero, Majora's Mask, Minish Cap, Metroid Fusion, The Fugitive, Harrison Ford, Mission: Impossible, John Woo, Hard Target, Broken Arrow, Face Off, Metal Gear Solid, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Alpha Protocol, Telltale Games, IO Interactive, Machine Games, Colin "The Shots," Devil May Cry, Dark Souls, Celeste, Luke Harris, Tetris 64, Starfighter/JSF, 343 Industries, Kingdom Hearts (series), Republic Commando, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: More GoldenEye 007 Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com
Light The Fuse - A Mission: Impossible Podcast
This week we are joined by Paul Scheer, amazing podcast host, comedian and producer, to talk all things “Mission: Impossible.” In part 1 Paul shares his two Tom Cruise stories, why he's not a huge fan of the first film, and why “Fast X” (and the recent 007 films) will never top “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part One.” This is a fun one!
From a new MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, to the much-talked-about BARBIE movie, a new TRANSFORMERS, INDIANA JONES 4 and more, what will be the movie of the summer? This is our yearly attempt to forecast the SUMMER (winter in winter) movie season, with a little at stake between us hosts. Bonus episodes, exclusives and support MAM by becoming a VIP at madaboutmoviespodcast.com/vip
Listener Uniforms, Teens and Social Media, Baby Owls, What People Value, Mission Impossible, Elite Gym, Imposter Syndrome, Breaking Animal News, Get To Know Jesus More, Masterclass, Price of a Kid, Shock Jock, NT/OT, BONUS CONTENT: Teens and Social Media Follow-Up; Quotes: “I pledge to use it for good.” “Social Media is worse than smoking for kids.” “Money is a difficult God to serve.” “I'm just gonna let God chart my big path.”