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Laura (BBC Culture, Little White Lies, Empire Magazine) Venning and Lillian (AUTISM through CINEMA podcast, Little White Lies) Crawford join Flixwatcher to review Laura's choice The Others. The Others is a 2001 gothic horror starring Nicole Kidman and written and directed by Alejandro (Open Your Eyes) Amenábar. Kidman is Grace who lives in a remote house in Jersey in the aftermath of World War II with her two young children who suffer from an unspecified photosensitive condition. She hires three new house staff and strange things start happening at the house which leads Grace to believe there are “others” in the house with them. The Others is a beautifully designed gothic horror that manages to create and sustain a feeling of something not being quite right but not revealing its twist too early. Scores for recommendability for The Others were high but due to the twist ending repeat viewing was much lower and gives an overall rating of 3.59. [supsystic-tables id=286 Episode #274 Crew Links Thanks to Episode #274 Crew of Lillian Crawford and (@lillcrawf) Laura Venning (@laura_venning) Find their Websites online at https://t.co/1hwBIvOwGz and at https://twitter.com/WFTV_UK and at https://twitter.com/BBC_Culture and at https://twitter.com/lwlies and at https://twitter.com/mubiuk and at https://twitter.com/CurzonCinemas and at https://twitter.com/empiremagazine and at https://twitter.com/yearzerocinema and at https://www.lauravenning.com/ Please make sure you give them some love More about The Others For more info on The Others, you can visit The Others IMDb page here or The Others Tomatoes page here. Final Plug! Subscribe, Share and Review us on iTunes If you enjoyed this episode of Flixwatcher Podcast you probably know other people who will like it too! Please share it with your friends and family, review us, and join us across ALL of the Social Media links below. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey Jam Fam! We are excited to share today's episode with you, featuring Phil LaDuca! We know you know the name for being the shoe maker to the stars, but there is so much more to his story. Thank you Phil for honesty and carving out time for us! Most recognize the name LaDuca as the pinnacle of dance shoes, but before shoes, there was Phil LaDuca, the performer, who went from classical ballet and contemporary dance, onto Broadway as a song and dance man, to ‘hoofing' with the biggest stars onstage, offstage and the big screen. Phil began his early stage career singing in rock bands in Chicago before switching gears to a dance career studying classical ballet with the premier ballet masters, Bentley Stone and Walter Camryn (actually performing in the ballet Romeo and Juliet with the legendary Rudolf Nureyev). jazz with Lou Conte founder of Hubbard Street Dance Company, and contemporary with the Joel Hall Dancers. On Broadway he appeared in “Brigadoon” for Agnes DeMille (alongside Jerry Mitchell), the “Pirates of Penzance” , and was the original understudy for the Gene Kelly role in “Singin' In the Rain” for Twyla Tharp. Phil toured in “Camelot” along with staring on tour in the lead role, of Bill Snipson in “Me and My Girl”. While in New York Phil first performed with American Dance Machine under the legendary Lee Theodore, working with such greats as Bob Fosse, Jerome Robbins, Ona White, Danny Daniels, Patricia Birch, Anne Reinking, Wayne Cilento and Chita Rivera.Fulfilling another creative side, Phil created the international acclaimed LaDuca Shoes, crowned the “Shoemaker to the Shoes”; designing shoes for the likes of Katy Perry, Meryl Streep, Taylor Swift, Emma Thompson, Hugh Jackman, Catherine Zeta Jones, Lea Salonga, Pink, Shania Twain, Penelope Cruz, Selena Gomez , Christina Aguilera, Harry Connick Jr. and most of the shows on Broadway and tour; Moulin Rouge, The Music Man, Wicked, Book of Mormon, Frozen, Some Like It Hot, The Cher Musical, Bandstand, An American in Paris, Kinky Boots, Matilda, Pippin, Sister Act, Annie, Anastasia, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Aladdin; TV – Fosse/Verdon, Hairspray Live, So You Think You Can Dance, SMASH; Movies – The Eternals, The Prom, The Greatest Showman, La La Land, Chicago, Burlesque, NINE, Mamma Mia, Julie/Julia, Hail Caesar, working with such stars as Meryl Streep, Catherine Zeta Jones, Liza Minnelli, Cher, Arianna Grande, Antonio Banderas, Bette Midler, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Hudson, Sophia Loren, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Judith Dench, Glen Close, Reba McIntire, Sarah Paulson and Tatum Channing to name a few.Along with being the first, “Shoe commentator' for Miss America in 2015, Phil is most proud of being bestowed a Drama Desk Award 2017 for, “Proving that character comes from the ground up, the designer's innovative flexible dance ensures that hoofers on any stage remain on point”.Mr. LaDuca continues to design but still finds time to teach Master Theatre Jazz Dance classes. “I believe in not only giving back to this great community of dance, but I also feel obligated to ‘pass the baton' to future generations, all the knowledge I was gifted by the greats who taught and influenced me to achieve my goals and dreams”.Thank you for listening Jam Fam! Make sure you follow us across social media and don't forget to like and subscribe anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts!Facebook: JAM Joe and Michelle's Dance PodcastInstagram: jam_dance_podcastTwitter: @jamdancepodcastEmail: email@example.com
Zoe Saldaña joins the podcast to talk her new Netflix series "From Scratch," her upcoming sequels "Avatar: The Way of Water" and "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3," and her lead role in the Paramount+ series "Lioness," co-starring Nicole Kidman. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For this episode, we're reading cult classic “Practical Magic” by Alice Hoffman. This book blends witchcraft, magic, sisterhood, romance, humor, and mystery, into a beautiful story centered around two sisters, Gillian and Sally. Some of you might remember the movie adaptation featuring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock! For this episode, we'll discuss some of the magical metaphors and the ways in which this book serves as both a cautionary tale and beacon of hope.Wine-wise, Alexa took inspiration from character Jimmy and grabbed Sinister Hand Red Blend 2019.FYI—This episode contains spoilers, so don't listen unless you've read the book, seen the movie, or don't mind about getting the whole rundown.
On today's Good Day Download:The attack on Paul Pelosi, a Halloween celebration in Seoul turns deadly, the death of a Rock 'n Roll icon, and problems with social media. We discuss. Dolly Parton says no more tours and Nicole Kidman continues to wow fans with her many talents. We discuss that, too. Get more information on GoodDayShow.com.Follow us on social media. Facebook & Instagram - @GoodDayRadioShowTwitter - @GoodDayOnAir
Created by Sandra, Emily and Jess. It's time for the bits! Jess curses Emily. As in, host Jess curses host Emily, not Jess Mariano cursing Emily Gilmore. Everyone should absolutely drop what they are doing and go watch Moulin Rouge if you haven't seen it (starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor), there are some coats to die for (you know which ones), and a bit of Town Meeting Pod Gossip at the end. Join us this week for Part 2 of a Deep Fried Korean Thanksgiving! Email us at TownMeetingPod@gmail.com to be featured in future episodes, or leave us a message on Anchor.fm/townmeetingpod! Special thanks to ack106 for the jingles! Some license stuff: Intro: Chord Guitar 002 by Sascha Ende® Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/557-chord-guitar-002 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Outro: Chord Guitar 001 by Sascha Ende® Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/556-chord-guitar-001 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/townmeetingpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/townmeetingpod/support
Did we actually get an intern? Is this episode regular weird or different weird? And what are the neurological effects of jumping into the MIDDLE of this television show? We contextualize these questions and more as we watch Season 5, Episode 20 of Family Matters.Alex Diamond, David Kenny, and John McDaniel heard that the long-running network sitcom Family Matters ends with side character Steve Urkel going to space. And the best way to figure out how that happened - obviously - is to watch the last episode first and make our way backwards through nearly ten years of television.Join our countdown to number one (and our slow descent into madness) in all the places you expect internet people to be:Website: jumpingtheshuttle.spaceEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @JumpingTheShuttle / @ThatAlexD / @dak577Twitter: @JumpingShuttle / @ThatAlexD / @dak577TikTok: @JumpingTheShuttle / @dak577Brought to you by Smooth My Balls
Keith Urban turns 55 years old today! In honor of his birthday, we wanted to share when Bobby and Keith sat down and dove into where his love of music started and how he discovered country music in Australia. Keith explains how his dad got him into country music and how their relationship led to him wanting to pursue it as a career. Keith talks about his early days starting out, his biggest inspiration as an artist, why he strives to make his live show so BIG and he also breaks down the day he wrote “Somebody Like You”. Bobby talks to Keith about how he and his wife Nicole Kidman seem like a normal despite each being huge stars. Keith confirms and debunks facts that you may have read about him online. Keith also talks about going to rehab for his struggles with addiction. Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on YoutubeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's spooky season, Friends, and Elizabeth's embracing her Practical Magic Era. If you've neglected to read the 1995 book by Alice Hoffman and haven't seen the 1998 cinema classic by the same name, that's a life deficiency you need to correct. ASAP. Once you've tasted the life available to you during your crone stage, you won't ever look back.Radiant BadassChris Martin, Creativity CoachPractical Magic by Alice HoffmanPractical Magic (1998)Astoria Column
This week on Tickets Please:Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman team up with Stockard Channing and Dianne West to bring us the film that launched an entire generation of hot witches with gorgeous kitchens. If you enjoyed this episode, share it with someone you think might like it too. And support the show by leaving us five stars on SpotifyHave a question or suggestion? Just want to say hey?Email: email@example.comInstagram: @ticketspleasepodTiktok: @ticketspleasepodTwitter: @tixpleasepod
Michael Myers has been a Halloween icon since 1978. Sad to say, Halloween ends does NOT deserve your money or time in what is ultimately an extremely disappointing end to an otherwise awesome icon. 0:07:45 - Box Office and upcoming releases. 0:19:15 *** What's Streaming *** AMAZON THE NORTHMAN, Dir. Robert Eggers – Alexander Skarsgard, Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke, Anya Taylor Joy, Willem Dafoe. 2022 THE WOLF OF WALL STREET, Dir Martin Scorsese – Leo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margo Robbie, Matthew McConaughey, Kyle Chandler, Jon Bernthal, Jon Favreau. 2013 THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, Dir. Daniel Myrick / Eduardo Sanchez- Heather Donahue, Michael C Williams, Joshua Leomard. 1999 0:27:00 - Trailers - CREED 3 / A MAN CALLED OTTO / VIOLENT NIGHT 0:36:00 - HALLOWEEN ENDS, Dir. David Gordon Green ( Grayson 3 / Roger 3 / Chris 2 ) Hosted, produced and mixed by Grayson Maxwell and Roger Stillion. Guest appearance by Christopher Boughan. Music by Chad Wall. Quality Assurance by Anthony Emmett. Visit the new Youtube channel, "For the Love of Cinema" to follow and support our short video discussions. Roger wears aviators! Please give a like and subscribe if you enjoy it. Follow the show on Twitter @lovecinemapod and check out the Facebook page for updates. Rate, subscribe and leave a comment or two. Every Little bit helps. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Halloween season, Movies for Life listeners! We hope you're having a great time with however you celebrate if you do, perhaps with plenty of scary movies. We thought we would change things up just a bit for spooky month, so instead of talking about those traditional Halloween movies that frankly get talked about enough this time of year, we thought we would highlight a couple of films that really give us the feeling of the season. First up in the conversation is Michele's pick of PRACTICAL MAGIC from 1998, starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman and directed by Griffin Dunne (yes THAT Griffin Dunne!). It's an admittedly weird and chaotic little movie but at its core has a very warm and enjoyable story about the bonds of women and sisters. Then we move on to Brian's pick which is Steven Spielberg's classic E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (1982). What is it about that little alien that can still capture our hearts and imaginations all these years later? We discuss it all in the episode, so listen now! Follow the hosts and show on Twitter: Movies For Life podcast: @MovieLifePod Brian Keiper: @Brianwaves42 Michele Eggen: @micheleneggen
Can a movie survive multiple viewings when you already know the twist? The Mikes are about to find out as they discuss the 2001 gothic-horror film, https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0230600/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 (The Others), starring https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000173/?ref_=tt_ov_st (Nicole Kidman) and https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001172/?ref_=tt_ov_st (Christopher Eccleston) on the penultimate episode of Forgotten Horror! Listen to the episode as Mike Butler and Mike Field talk about how knowing the big twist at the end of the film harms this film in many ways, but in other, similar films, such as https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0167404/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 (The Sixth Sense) or https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0164181/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 (Stir of Echoes) (an episode the Mikes did way back during season 1) are still infinitely re-watchable, perhaps even more so, by knowing the twist. That being said, this film has great mood, camera work, and acting. So, grab your proton packs, please notice the ghost traps to your left and right and that at https://www.forgottencinemapodcast.com/ (Forgotten Cinema), busting makes us feel good. 00:00 - Introduction 02:58 - Film Summary 03:28 - Film Facts 09:28 - Film Discussion 40:44 - Critics Reviews 49:29 - Where to Find Us
This 1998 women-centric fall favorite movie features young Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman and has found a home in many hearts. Though the critics took it a little too serious, Avery discusses it's important themes and the simplicity of it all. Instagram: @TheUnboundCinefemPod Twitter: @UnboundCinefem Letterboxd: @averycof --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Happy spooky season! Actor and producer Lotta Losten makes a welcome return to the oubliette for our Halloween Special and weaves some Practical Magic on us! This bewitching rom-com, starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman as the enchanting Owens sisters, failed to cast a spell on the box office when it was released during this week 24 years ago (!), but has found a special place in the hearts of many viewers since. Should it be given a broomstick and allowed to soar off the roof this Halloween, or should it be banished from the world like a warty toad? Find out! Follow Lotta Losten on Instagram and look out for Shazam! Fury of the Gods next March! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Support us on Patreon to nominate future films and access exclusive bonus content
Double! Double! Toil and trouble, fire burn and tequila bubble! Pinch of salt, juice of lime. Blocks of ice, booze divine! In the mixer, blend and shake. For our goblets, margaritas make!This week, we check in with our friends, the Owens family and the curious case of how a bad man went missing. Erin gets some strong vampire vibes from Jimmy and Brennan is astonished that Madam First Lady Bartlet is so far from Washington! We discuss the impossible notion of a kind man that can flip pancakes, dancing in the solstice moon (clothing optional), and drawing pentagrams in whipped cream. Can Sandra Bullock break her own spell, or will Nicole Kidman's serial killer boyfriend ruin the bonds of sisterhood?Huh, season 3, episode 33. . . Thrice to thine and thrice to mine, and thrice again to make up nine. Peace, the charm's wound up.
Danny and Speedy honor Dame Angela Lansbury, the legendary actress who passed away at the age of 96 this week. From Tony awards for Broadway classics like "Sweeney Todd" to 12 consecutive Emmy-nominated seasons on "Murder, She Wrote" to an iconic tune in "Beauty and the Beast," they attempt to unpack her legacy for the many generations she touched. Plus, they celebrate the 45th birthday of Billy Joel's breakout album, "The Stranger," by trying to figure out if you can find a collection of five better Billy Joel tunes from all of his other works combined. Finally, they must tackle the announced sequel to Nicole Kidman's infamous AMC commercial, and they try to figure out what the heck is left to be said about a place where "heartbreak feels good." As always, If you have comments, questions, or personal misheard-lyric stories, you can send them to IfYoureAnOldSoul@gmail.com.
What a feel-good, comfort film about some things that simply aren't too feel good! But also - some REALLY good things too!! Practical Magic (1998) feels almost like a TV series combined with its thrilling series finale, & for that, we love it all the more! Remember, there's no homework here, & you should fall in love whenever you can - & also listen to us discuss all things practical & magical under the bed!
The Aussie director tells Bucky some fun stories about his famous pals, Nicole Kidman, Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio. He also opens up about his latest project with Bombay Sapphire. Host: Andrew BucklowProducer: Emily PidgeonAssistant Producer: Nina YoungAudio Editor: Tiffany DimmackSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You don't need to be wearing a tinfoil hat to accept that Lincoln was assassinated by a conspiracy-it's a historical fact. But these days the phrase "conspiracy theory" has become synonymous with labyrinthine plots and nebulous clues hidden in blown-up photos and arcane paintings. The simple suggestion of a conspiracy is often dismissed by the mainstream media as if inherently impossible. That's What They Want You to Think: Conspiracies Real, Possible, and Paranoid by Paul Simpson sorts through the most well-known theories-both historically accepted and summarily dismissed-to provide an overview of the real, the possible, and the paranoid. Conspiracies covered include Pearl Harbor, JFK, MLK, Lincoln, Princess Diana, John Lennon, Roswell, Freemasons, Watergate, 9/11 and more! Paul Simpson is a freelance editor and writer. He is the author of many books on pop culture, including the official books charting the making of Farscape, Smallville, and The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, as well as The Bond Files and a biography of Nicole Kidman. He edits the popular news and reviews website SciFiBulletin.com.Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - email@example.com
We're back for week two of our Halloween movies series! Gab Latona joins us to discuss Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock's witchy cult classic from the 90s, Practical Magic. Follow Gab @gabandcompanyIG: instagram.com/gabandcompanyWebsite: www.gabandcompany.comFollow the podcast @didthatagewellIG: instagram.com/didthatagewellTwitter: twitter.com/didthatagewellFollow Molly @mollybirdsmithIG: instagram.com/mollybirdsmithTwitter: twitter.com/mollybirdsmithGive us 5 stars, write a lil' review, and let us know what you think! Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike Rinder is a former Scientology national spokesman.Mike was a HIGH RANKING OFFICIAL in Scientology, Mike has since left Scientology and has a new book called, “A BILLION YEARS: MY ESCAPE FROM A LIFEIN THE HIGHER RANKS OF SCIENTOLOGY”Former Scientologist Mike Rinder talks:-'The Hole' was a building that was essentially a prison-Where the Head of Scientology, David Miscavige has his wife-Tom Cruise was considered to be the ultimate poster child of Scientology-Tom's marriages with Nicole Kidman & Katie Holmes were facilitated by Scientology-How he had to 'clean up' John Travolta's gay affairs... and so much more Mike's book can be found here
Ali Abunimah talks about Israel and Palestine and the New York Times piece blaming Russia for the hate and Islamophobia faced by Linda Sarsour and the organizers of The Women's March. But first Karen and Jamie Zelermyer talk about their award winning podcast "I Was Never There," which looks at what happened to their friend Marsha "Mudd" Ferber, a rock-club owner and low-level drug dealer who went out for an errand in 1988 — and never came home. Ali Abunimah is a Palestinian-American journalist who has been described as "the leading American proponent of a one-state solution to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict." He's the co-founder of The Electronic Intifada website and the author of 'One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse' and 'The Battle for Justice in Palestine: The Case for a Single Democratic State in Palestine..' Jamie Zelermyer has been a New York based Producer and Production Executive for the past twenty plus years. Currently, she is the co-host and creator of I Was Never There, a serialized eight episode non- fiction podcast, made in collaboration with Wonder Media Network. The series premiered at The Tribeca Festival in 2022 garnering a Special Jury Mention and has cracked the top 20 on ApplePodcasts. She was the VP, Physical Production at Focus Features / Rogue Pictures for six years. Prior to Focus Jamie was a Line Producer and Production Manager working on films such as Igby Goes Down, Boys Don't Cry and You Can Count on Me. Jamie is the President of the Board of Directors of New York Women In Film and Television, and is an adviser on NYWIFT's The Writer Lab, a program for female Writer's over 40 funded by Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman. In her 73 turns around the sun, Karen Zelermyer has held a multiplicity of job titles including President and CEO of a philanthropic advocacy organization, Deputy Director of an LGBTQ foundation, Development Director of a women's social service organization, Board Chair and foundation consultant. Karen is also a life-long social justice feminist activist. She cut her activism teeth in the Vietnam anti-war movement and continues to have an unwavering commitment to the dismantling of racism and white privilege, heteronormativity and misogyny. She is the co-host and creator of the podcast I Was Never There. She also has a few degrees but that was a really long time ago. Links to "I Was Never There" podcast: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1crmHd7u1dLqfw9NJa82xc Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-was-never-there/id1619387402
On this very special 51st episode of Fabulous Film & Friends we're making good on our promise to pit 2022's The Northman written and directed by Robert Eggers and starring Alexander Skarsgard, Nicole Kidman, Claes Bang, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke, Bjork and Willem Dafoe against 2021's The Green Knight, written and directed by David Lowry and starring Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris and Ralph Ineson. My guests this week are series regulars Dr. David Johnson and Roseanne Caputi. Welcome back to you both. The synopses to both films are simple: In the Northman Prince Amleth endures a string of hardships, including posing as a slave to get revenge against his Uncle Fjølnir who murdered his father, the Raven King Aurvandill and married his mother Gudren. With the help of a Slavic Witch named Olga, Amleth, systematically carries out his revenge plot until he realizes he has a choice to give up a mission of vengeance for love. In The Green Knight, King Arthur's ne'er do-well nephew Gawain embarks on a quest to find his true self after he answers a Christmas challenge from the mysterious Green Knight. Along the way he encounters robbers, headless ghosts, naked giants a cute, lovable little talking fox and demons, all in service of his self-discovery. Why are we pitting these two films against each other? Are they similar? Find out!
Anthony Brandon Wong is an actor, acting coach, writer and musician. His screen credits include Steven Soderbergh's 'Haywire, Guns Girls and Gambling' opposite Gary Oldman and Christian Slater, 'Hemingway and Gellhorn' opposite Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen, 'The Matrix Reloaded', 'The Matrix Revolutions', ' Glee', 'NCIS', 'The Unit', 'Crooked Business', 'All Saints', 'Home and Away', 'Samurai Girl', 'Mask of the Ninja' and 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde'. His extensive stage credits include lead and major roles in productions for Sydney Theatre Company, Melbourne Theatre Company, Malthouse, Playbox, Victorian Arts Centre, State Theatre Company of South Australia, Urban Theatre Projects and One Extra Company. Anthony won the Victorian Green Room Best Actor Award for 'Sex Diary of an Infidel'. Anthony's recent song 'Emancipate' is now available to listen to or you can watch the official music video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3sc4MeXepw Anthony's instagram: @anthony_brandon_wong Don't Be So Dramatic Podcast: @dbsdpodcast @rachel.lauren.baker Email: email@example.com Produced by: Alyssa Stevenson, Rachel Baker Network: Diamantina Media (DM Podcasts) Audio Editor: Echidna Audio https://echidnaaudio.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are here to dispel the myth that practicing acts of fitness and health improvement are equated to suffering. Workouts are not acts of torture, and neither is eating a balanced healthy diet. This discussion is in reference to Nicole Kidman leaning out and getting stronger for a photo shoot. In an article in The Guardian, the author is all about putting Kidman down and ridiculing women who take action to get fit. She calls it a ‘ridiculous effort to look half your age' And a knock against sister solidarity. We are giving it right back to her. Her opinion about trying to look half your age [and calling women who do so ridiculous] is the real spoof on sister solidarity. Savvy Midlife women today don't see optimizing our fitness as an act against our sisters. We see getting fit as a way to enjoy life without limits for as long as possible. We also applaud each other's efforts and don't feel triggered by fit women. We applaud everyone who is taking her own health into her own hands. Listen in and let's chat more about this. Check back in on Tuesdays for new episodes on the Air Hug Community podcast. Follow Candace on Instagram @Beauty_of_Strength contact firstname.lastname@example.org For podcast inquiries, send pitches to the email above. Have a healthy balanced day, Air hugs, Judy
This is the first installment in our Spooktacular month of October, we are doing all spooky (but not too spooky) movies. This week we are taking it back to the 90's with Practical Magic starring Sandra Bullock as Sally and Nicole Kidman as Gillian. Sally and Gillian are sisters who come from a family of witches. Unfortunately, they are also cursed, any man that falls in love with them is doomed to die, but two men enter Sally & Gillian's lives and both will change everything. In this episode we discourage each other from dying because it would seriously interfere with the podcast, contemplate if bringing people back from the dead is a bad idea (Tam is for it, Corinne is against it), invent some words like: meth-urder and argue about who will be poking who in the face during our New York trip. We are giving it our all in this episode and have a spectacular time discussing Practical Magic. Episode drops October 4th. |
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Reed (@reedblackcomics) discuss Pearl (2022), the fun side of carbon monoxide leaks, Titanic II, and Nicole Kidman's AMC commercial sequel. Follow us: Socials & Email email@example.com Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! Dirty Little Horror is an LGBT Horror podcast where we try to find the gay subtext and make spooky dick jokes! Opening instrumental: Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio
What do, Sisters who were raised by magic, witchcraft-practicing aunts, and an adventurous little boy who gets turned into a mouse by the evil Grand High Witch, have in common? This week on THE MOVIE CONNECTION: KC Watched: "THE WITCHES" (1990) (5:00) (Directed by, Nicolas Roeg. Starring, Anjelica Houson, Mai Zatterling, Jasen Fisher...) Jacob Watched: "PRACTICAL MAGIC" (30:28) (Directed by, Griffin Dunne. Starring, Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Stockard Channing...) Talking points include: Which of these movies required an exorcism to finish filming? How involved should Authors be in movie adaptations? Most out-of-place songs in movies and more!! Send us an email to let us know how we're doing: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Instagram Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Check out more reviews from Jacob on Letterboxd Cover art by Austin Hillebrecht, Letters by KC Schwartz
This week, we continue our descent into the early 2010s with the two films that truly cemented Cage's "will-do-anything-for-money" phase! First, there's Seeking Justice, the Roger Donaldson-directed thriller about a mild-mannered English teacher (Cage) who decides to enlist the services of a kind of civilian vengeance business (led by a shaved-headed Guy Pearce) to avenge the brutal rape of his wife (January Jones, giving us nothing). Thus begins a freefall into violence and madness, shot with all the direct-to-DVD flatness of a geezer teaser. Then, there's Trespass, the last (and worst) film by Joel Schumacher, a tepid home-invasion thriller where a group of thugs (with an overacting Ben Mendelsohn at the front) break into the home of a "wealthy" jewel dealer (Cage), only for him and his wife (Nicole Kidman, who knows why she agreed to be in this) to enter a tense negotiation for their lives. Well, I *say* tense, but the film is content to fill itself with more twists than a loaf of challah. Pledge to our Patreon at patreon.com/travoltacage Follow us on Twitter @travoltacage Email us questions at email@example.com Podcast theme by Jon Biegen Podcast logo by Felipe Sobreiro
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In today's episode, we discuss Jeff Bezos' ex-wife MacKenzie Scott filing for divorce from her 2nd husband. Dan Jewett. We also discuss rumors about the (alleged) real reason that Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman's marriage ended.Cash App: KingKandyShowWebsite: www.KingKandyShow.comE-Mail: KingKandyShow@gmail.com
The prosecutor who put Jeffrey Dahmer behind bars is pushing back against the narrative Netflix puts forth in its new show -- namely, that cops ignored obvious clues because the case involved gay and/or Black people. Hailey Bieber is clearing the air about the fan-fueled notion she stole Justin Bieber from Selena Gomez -- saying that couldn't be further from the truth. The Church of Scientology had a serious issue with Tom Cruise while he was with "negative influence" Nicole Kidman ... this according to a former church officer that was once high up in the religion. Rihanna and her creative team are hard at work -- planning her Super Bowl Halftime Show and figuring out whether or not she'll be joined by guests -- with a list of nearly 50 possible names to hit the stage with her. Navy SEALs are apparently using performance-enhancing drugs en masse -- a phenomenon under the microscope after a recent death -- and now ... the branch is cracking down. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tom Cruise started to pull away from Scientology while filming “Eyes Wide Shut” with then-wife Nicole Kidman, which meant she had to go. Before Queen Elizabeth passed away, Harry and Meghan were respectful of the monarchy, but not anymore. Kelly Ripa recalls all the ‘petty' details of accepting the job to sit next to Regis. Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the 90's a gloriously permed Nicole Kidman, was swept off her feet by a hunky movie star named Tom Cruise. They starred in movies together, had a glorious Christmas Eve wedding, and were totally and completely smitten - and then a certain religion came knocking. This is a story of young love, heartbreak and aliens (kinda). One story, two generations, so much WTF. THE END BITS Subscribe to Mamamia CONTACT US Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Hosts: Shannen Findlay and Holly Wainwright Executive Producer: Talissa Bazaz Audio Producer: Leah Porges Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are kicking off spooky season with one of our all time favs, the 1998 movie Practical Magic, staring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock. We are relieved that the movie (which we adored as kids) has withstood the test of time, minus some interesting plot holes here and there. Still, there's plenty for us to laugh and wonder about. Hope you enjoy our humor and unsophisticated takes on this millennial classic.
We start with a complete lack of intro this week but don't worry it won't be too long before we settle into our usual bland patter as we discuss the Top 5 Hitchhikers. Expect a few stories from seasoned traveller Dan, having somehow once found himself in the Belgian Congo after draft dodging, or perhaps some other stuff that he did actually say. LION (2016) is a biography of Indian-Australian entrepreneur Saroo Brierley which tells the amazing journey of his reunification with his family, 25 years after having become separated from them in a train station in rural India. Accidentally journeying 1600km to Kolkata (Calcutta) where his native Hindi makes him incomprehensible to the Bengali speaking locals, newcomer Sunny Pawar gives an astonishing performance in the harrowing first 40 minutes as five-year old Sheru, who finds himself homeless and almost the victim of sex crimes before he is eventually adopted by an Australian couple. Dev Patel plays the adult Saroo searching improbably for his home, Rooney Mara does as much as she can with the thankless task of obligatory composite girlfriend but it's Nicole Kidman and David Wenham's benevolent parents Sue and John who warm your soul in the movies second half, made all the more affecting by Kidman's personal situation as mother to adopted children, before a simultaneously uplifting and heart-breaking ending draws this emotional gut-wringer to a close. A complete lack of any real lion content and an extended cameo from Google Earth forces me to take a star off. It's summer vacation and PHINEAS AND FERB find themselves challenged to a thumb wrestling competition by local bully Buford after an accidental public humiliation with an ice-cream. Meanwhile, probable Nazi Dr Doofenshmirtz is attempting to mind-rape people into attending his birthday party and only the brother's pet platypus Perry can stop him. With Phineas undergoing a rigorous training regime masterminded by former world heavyweight champion boxer Evander Holyfield, and thousands of tickets sold to the forthcoming bout, sister Candace has the chance she needs to finally obtain undisputable proof of the boys' shenanigans. Sharp writing and consistent wittiness mean this Disney offering was a firm favourite in one Dads house.We love to hear from our listeners! By which I mean we tolerate it. Try us on twitter @dads_film, on Facebook Bad Dads Film Review or on our website baddadsfilm.com. Until next time, we remain... Bad Dads
Eric & Jeremy travel to Hawaii to discuss the 2011 movie "Just Go With It" starring Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Nicole Kidman, Nick Swardson, Brooklyn Decker, Bailee Madison, Griffin Gluck, and Heidi Montag. Go to patreon.com/ericandjeremy for bonus stuff!
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This week, Ryan hosts the Emmy-nominated director of “Yellowjackets,” Karyn Kusama, and her husband screenwriter, Phil Hay. The husband-wife filmmaking duo are genre film legends, with their most recent collaborations as “The Invitation” (2015) and “Destroyer” (2018). Slasher fans may be familiar with Kusama's work as a director with “Jennifer's Body” (2009). “Destroyer,” starring Nicole Kidman, is one of Ryan's favorite films. In addition, Ryan is joined later on the show by two Patreons, Ryan Young and Joey Noberini. Ryan often puts forth pro-Sam Carpenter sentiments on this podcast. However, because she is a divisive figure, rounding out the debate about the character felt necessary. Ryan Young brings a dissent to Sam Carpenter, while Ryan C. Showers provides a rebuttal. The episode is introduced by Joey Vallese, a recurring guest on the podcast. His upcoming queer-horror book, “It Came from the Closet,” features an essay on “Jennifer's Body,” which makes Joey well-suited to introduce Kusama and Hay. Introduction “It Came From the Closet” Interview with Karyn Kusama and Phil Hay Patreon Spotlight Sam Carpenter Debate Conclusion Find us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Host: @ScreamWithRCS Producer: @albertmpadilla Network: @EarGlueMedia Special Guest: @phillycarly Patreon Guests: @HomoHorror @RyanNotDyin @joeynoberini Subscribe on Patreon at: Patreon.com/screamwithrcs
This week... Carly Monardo from Birdgirl and the Fortunate Horse podcasts pitching Young Frankestein as the best horror movie ever made? ...it. Could. WORK!!! We're getting into the sizzle you need to sell a steak, the incredible comedic ensemble, how talcum powder is sold and above all, toasting Nicole Kidman. And more! Don't miss out on the great ep about a great movie! PLUS: Check out the BLHHiP Patreon to get bonus episodes, discord access and more! Most recent episodes include Synecdoche, New York with Michael Swaim, The Blob (1988) with Mike Mitchell, and P.T./Silent Hills with Clay Tatum.
Labor Day weekend is coming up, and it's a great time to celebrate American workers. We check in with Labor Secretary Marty Walsh about unions, the state of the job market, and why so many people are “quiet quitting” their jobs. And in headlines: a U.N. report accused China of committing human rights violations against Uyghur Muslims, actress Lea Michele addressed rumors about her behind-the-scenes conduct on “Glee”, and Nicole Kidman's AMC ad is getting a sequel.Show Notes:WAD will be on break for the Labor Day holiday. We'll have a new episode on Wednesday, September 7th.U.S. Department of Labor: Worker Protections – https://www.worker.gov/Vote Save America: Fuck Bans Action Plan – https://votesaveamerica.com/roe/Crooked Coffee is officially here. Our first blend, What A Morning, is available in medium and dark roasts. Wake up with your own bag at crooked.com/coffeeFollow us on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/whataday/For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday
Michael Cunningham is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Hours. He's the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and a Guggenheim Fellowship. The Hours was published in 1998, and in addition to the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, it won the PEN/Faulkner Award. The book was later adapted into an Oscar-winning film starring Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, and Julianne Moore. In this episode, Michael speaks to Susan Orlean about a passage concerning the suicide of Virginia Woolf, which comes at the end of the prologue. For more, visit bookexploder.com/episodes/michael-cunningham.
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