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This week on CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold review Denis Villeneuve's long-awaited sci-fi epic DUNE, the slasher sequel HALLOWEEN KILLS, Wes Anderson's ode to old-fashioned magazines THE FRENCH DISPATCH, Ridley Scott's medieval Rashomon riff THE LAST DUEL, Mia Hansen-Løve's indie relationship drama BERGMAN ISLAND, and Hallmark's supernatural rom-com BOYFRIENDS OF CHRISTMAS PAST! Dune - 2:50 Halloween Kills - 39:04 The French Dispatch - 56:15 The Last Duel - 1:12:29 Bergman Island - 1:20:58 Boyfriends of Christmas Past - 1:31:51 Round-Up - 1:49:18 Subscribe on Patreon at www.patreon.com/criticallyacclaimednetwork for exclusive content and exciting rewards, like bonus episodes, commentary tracks and much, much more! And visit our TeePublic page to buy shirts, mugs and other exciting merchandise! Email us at email@example.com, so we can read your correspondence and answer YOUR questions in future episodes! And if you want soap, be sure to check out M. Lopes da Silva's Etsy store: SaltCatSoap! Follow us on Twitter at @CriticAcclaim, join the official Fan Club on Facebook, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold, and head on over to www.criticallyacclaimed.net for all their podcasts, reviews and more! Support the show: https://www.patreon.com//criticallyacclaimednetwork See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the second Nanorama episode - episodes slightly shorter, but focusing on interesting titbits of information. For this episode, I'm continuing with the Alien franchise by talking a little about the saga's attempts at prequels: Prometheus brought back Alien director Ridley Scott, to distance itself from the franchise and delve into the origins of humanity, and the story around Alien's space jockey with a big-name cast including Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron and Idris Elba, but while it was a financial success, audiences struggled with this Alien prequels reliance on philosophical ideas about the creation of humanity. and distinct lack of actual aliens.... Alien: Covenant, also directed by Ridley Scott, distanced itself from its prequel, by returning to its franchise roots and almost disregarding the plot and characters of the previous movie (bar Michael Fassbender's David). It was being worked on at the same time as Neill Blomkamp's Alien 5, which would reunite Sigourney Weaver and Michael Biehn as Ripley and Hicks. No guesses which movie out of the two got cancelled as a result.... Support this podcast
durée : 00:54:36 - Le masque et la plume - par : Jérôme Garcin - Doit-on se précipiter dans les salles obscures pour voir "Le Dernier duel" de Ridley Scott, "Julie (en 12 chapitres)" de Joachim Trier, "Illusions perdues" de Xavier Giannoli, "Eiffel" de Martin Bourboulon, "L'Homme de la cave" de Philippe Le Guay, "First Cow" de Kelly Reichardt ? - réalisé par : Xavier PESTUGGIA
EPISODE 161 - Peter Kohn - First Assistant Director Team Deakins sits down with first assistant director Peter Kohn (LA LA LAND, BIRDMAN, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN) for a conversation. In this episode, Peter tells us how his father's career in the industry influenced his aspirations and his taste in films– he loves watching and working on musicals. Peter shares stories from working on the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy and Birdman, working with Gordon Willis, and doing smoke on the set of Ridley Scott's The Duellists. Together we talk about what makes a successful assistant director, having a big first day on set, the many factors that dictate the shooting schedule, and even car work. Peter also sneaks in a few questions about 1917!
Alex flies solo to deliver a spoiler-free review of Ridley Scott's new film, “The Last Duel." Alex discusses “Rashomon” narrative styles, a never-better Adam Driver, confident direction, and much more. Then Nick stops by and the guys share their Top 5 Ridley Scott films. What's your favorite Ridley Scott movie? Let us know on Twitter @WAYW_Podcast.Watch Alex's films at http://alexwithrow.com/Watch Nick's films at https://www.nicholasdostal.com/Tell us what you're watching at firstname.lastname@example.org
The boys talk all things DC FanDome, including The Batman, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, Black Adam, as well as discussion about Ridley Scott's The Last Duel, Spider-Man sequels and more! Plus, Listener Questions!Share your love for The Beard & The Bald with official merch! T-shirts, hoodies and posters now available as well as other cool Movie-Themed Designs! Check out the shop HEREFor those new to the podcast, please give us a follow on our social pages: @thebeardthebald on Twitter The Beard and The Bald Podcast on Facebook And for those who have been with us for a while, please take a moment, please take a moment to give us a rating and a review! CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW!
In this episode, Ben and I review Ridley Scott's The Last Duel and Fran Kranz's directorial debut, Mass. We also discuss Halloween Kills, this year's Heartland Film Festival and more. Timestamps Show Start - 00:30 The Last Duel - 15:48 Non-Spoiler - 17:24 Spoiler - 37:48 Mass - 50:39 Potpourri - 1:19:15 HIFF2021: The French Dispatch - 1:19:30 HIFF2021: King Richard - 1:26:40 HIFF2021: The Power of the Dog - 1:30:28 HIFF2021: Petite Maman - 1:35:00 Halloween Kills - 1:39:36 Closing the Ep - 1:41:45 Patreon Stinger - 1:43:14 Pre-Recorded Outro - 1:44:18 Related Links Di$ney: Tarzan II Matt's Review: Dune (2021) Editorial: The Toby Theater and Beyond the Infinite (Kubrick on the Big Screen) - Feb. 2013 Obsessive Viewer: HIFF2021 Coverage HIFF2021: Ben's Column – Interview with “Disfluency” Writer/Director Anna Baumgarten HIFF2021: Ben's Column – Bergman Island (2021) HIFF2021: Ben's Column – Esluna: The Crown of Babylon (2021) HIFF2021: Ben's Column – Mass (2021) Home Sweet Home Alone - Trailer Recent Patreon Content $1 Tier 148 - TJ B-Roll - "Poor Little Laptop Angel: A MacBook Story" - The Continuity of Podcasts, Matt's Podcast Workflow, Pizza's Vet Follow-up, and Midnight Mass - Oct 11, 2021 149 - OV B-Roll - “Reflecting on the Year that Was" - Educating and Creativity in Pandemic Times, Marvel and DC, Cat Talk! - Oct 13, 2021 $2 Tier TV Reaction - Foundation - S01E05: Upon Awakening - Sept 18, 2021 TV Reaction - Storm of the Century (1999) - Night 1 - Oct 17, 2021 TV Reaction - Foundation - S01E06: Death and the Maiden - Sept 18, 2021 $5 Tier Commentary - Halloween H20 (1998) - Oct 9, 2021 Commentary - Halloween (2018) - Oct 8, 2021 Patreon Potpourri 001 - The Last Duel, Dune, and Halloween Kills - Oct 12-15, 2021 Immediate Reaction - Dune (2021) Parking Lot Special - Oct 21, 2021 Help Support the Podcast Official OV Merch: Our TeePublic Store Obsessive Viewer – The homepage for all the things we do. Obsessive Viewer Presents: Anthology – Matt's solo podcast exploring science fiction anthology storytelling in television's first golden age starting with The Twilight Zone. Obsessive Viewer Presents: Tower Junkies – Our spinoff podcast dedicated to Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower and related topics. Episode Homepage: ObsessiveViewer.com/OV355
This week on Fresh Hop Cinema; Beer 1: "Acid Drop" from Black Plague Brewing (Oceanside, CA). Style: Lager. ABV: 4% Ratings: Jonny - 7.9, Max - 8. Film: "The Last Duel" directed by Ridley Scott. Ratings: Jonny- 7.1, Max - 6. Beer 2: "Nyjah" from Black Plague Brewing (Oceanside, CA). Style: Hazy IPA ABV: 7% Ratings: Jonny - 6.2 Max: 6 ------ Episode Timeline: // 0:00 - Intro , Ads, & Shoutouts // 5:06 - "Acid Drop" // 17:33 - “The Last Duel” (No Spoilers) // 35:40 - “The Last Duel” (DANGER ZONE) // 57:00 - "Nyjah" // 1:07:13 - Hot & Bothered Please leave us a rating and/or review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! Got a few bucks to spare? Support us on Patreon for as little as a dollar per week at www.patreon.com/freshhopcinema.
This week on episode 85, Derek and Brandon talk about Ridley Scott's new movie The Last Duel! Nick = https://letterboxd.com/moffman23 Brandon = https://letterboxd.com/beb Derek = https://letterboxd.com/chickentac Shaun = https://letterboxd.com/bulbinator
The gang reviews Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Ridley Scott's The Last Duel, and Ron's Gone Wrong. Trailers from DC FanDome (Yes that trailer!) and everything else we learned from the event is broken down too.
We're back after another short hiatus! This week, Daily Grindhouse's Preston Fassel joins us to talk about two films featuring our heroes in erstwhile dysfunctional families: A Love Song for Bobby Long and Matchstick Men! In Love Song for Bobby Long, Travolta plays the titular Southern-fried English professor, a hard-drinking, hard-living man dealing with his itinerant ways in N'Awlins, only to have to grow up when a young girl (Scarlett Johansson, not quite yet playing black widows or Japanese people) shows up to claim the house he's squatting in as hers. Contrast that with Ridley Scott's masterful Matchstick Men, in which Cage fills the tic-filled shoes of a con man struggling with Tourette's and OCD, and what happens when a young girl (Alison Lohman) who may be his daughter comes into his life. One's a sprightly, energetic dramedy with all the power of an actor and director at the top of his game (plus Sam Rockwell dancing!). The other? Well, it's got Travolta saying “pussy” a lot. Take a listen!
This week, Gavia and Morgan discuss Ridley Scott's new historical drama "The Last Duel," which stars Matt Damon, Adam Driver, Jodie Comer, and Ben Affleck. Topics include the film's tripartite structure, its thoughtful handling of the rape that drives its plot, Affleck's unexpectedly dazzling comedic performance, and much more.
Happy Thursday! The Kelly Brothers make a big announcement about a future giveaway, discuss the potential for a World War Hulk movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the latest spoilers coming out from the "Eternals" World Premiere, and give their Max Jindo Head Rating for the latest Ridley Scott movie starring Matt Damon, Adam Driver, Jodie Comer, and Ben Affleck, "The Last Duel"! Rate and Subscribe!
Now playing in theaters, The Last Duel is the latest epic medieval drama from acclaimed director Ridley Scott. Loosely based on true events and a 2004 book by Eric Jager, the film was written by Nicole Holofcener, Ben Affleck, and Matt Damon. Damon and Affleck also star in the film alongside Jodie Comer and Adam Driver. This review is an excerpt from Episode #242 of the Cinemaholics Podcast. Our intro music this week is “Rainy Afternoon” by Josh Tarzi. Links: Find more of our movie reviews on Cinemaholics.com Follow us on Twitter: Jon Negroni, Will Ashton Support our show on Patreon. Follow Cinemaholics on Facebook and Twitter. Send us an email via cinemaholicspodcast [at] gmail.com. Leave us a voicemail on The “Swell” App. Shop our Cinemaholics merch page for hoodies, shirts, and more! Support our show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cinemaholics See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to an all new episode of Some Like It Scott! On this week's episode, the two Scotts don their armor and hoist their lances for a joust with the first of Ridley Scott's two new films this year: THE LAST DUEL. After giving their thoughts on the performances, the period setting, the narrative, and its intense themes, the co-hosts turn their attention to recent news about who is playing the lead in Christopher Nolan's next film, as well as the trailer for the upcoming fifth film in the Scream franchise. See time codes below: 4:19 - The Last Duel 1:01:07 - Cillian Murphy cast in Christopher Nolan's next film 1:06:16 - Scream (2021) trailer Next week: Dune (Theaters.... an on HBO Max, but THEATERS PEOPLE) Patreon: www.patreon.com/MediaPlugPods
The latest medieval movie has just dropped into theatres, and that means that Danièle was first in line with Peter Konieczny to bring you the goods. This week, they discuss Ridley Scott's The Last Duel, starring Jodie Comer, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, and Adam Driver. You can support The Medieval Podcast on Patreon - go to www.patreon.com/medievalists to learn more.
On this episode, Sonny Bunch (The Bulwark), Alyssa Rosenberg (The Washington Post), and Peter Suderman (Reason) ask whether Dave Chappelle, his new special, and the way Netflix has handled internal and external fallout from its airing, are controversies, or nontroversies. Then the gang reviews The Last Duel, a/k/a Medieval Me Too. (For more on The Last Duel, you can read Sonny here, Alyssa here, and Peter here.) Make sure to listen all the way to end for a special programming note! And check out our bonus episode on our favorite Ridley Scott movies. There are so many to choose from!
Bryan and Anderson review Ridley Scott's first of the year in The Last Duel, an arthouse film called Lamb, the controversial documentary FAUCI and a brilliant Irish flick called Dating Amber which was once had a better title that was Beards. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Featured Artists: Hank and Her Ponies Anderson's Video Review of The Last Duel Subscribe to Anderson's Video Reviews Here. CONECT WITH US: Instagram: @AndersonAndBryan Facebook.com/TheFilmVault Twitter: @TheFilmVault HAVE A CHAT WITH ANDY HERE ATTY & ANDY: DIRECTED BY A FOUR-YEAR-OLD Subscribe Atty and Andy's Youtube Channel Here THE COLD COCKLE SHORTS RULES OF REDUCTION MORMOAN THE CULT OF CARANO Please Give Groupers a Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score Here Please Rate It on IMDB Here The Blu-ray, US The Blu-ray, International Groupers is now available on these platforms. On Amazon On Google Play On iTunes On Youtube On Tubi On Vudu Flickfessions: The Last Duel Lamb Fauci Dating Amber
Support the show! www.Patreon.com/TheWatchAndTalk This week Karen Peterson (@karenmpeterson) & Derek Miranda (@DerekMiranda85) sit down to talk THE LAST DUEL. As always, featured reviews are done in two parts, a NON-SPOILER review with letter grade and brief discussion, followed by a more in depth SPOILER review. PLOT SUMMARY: In 1386, Marguerite de Carrouges claims to have been raped by her husband's best friend and squire Jacques Le Gris. Her husband, knight Jean de Carrouges, challenges him to trial by combat, the last legally sanctioned duel in France's history. @TheWatchAndTalk (Twitter/Instagram) Facebook.com/TheWatchAndTalk www.TheWatchAndTalk.com TheWatchAndTalk@gmail.com
Ridley Scott is one of the most critically acclaimed director's of our generation. At 83 years old he has a brand new film dropping this week with The Last Duel. What better way to celebrate him than talking about his classic film that reignited an entire genre of film? Slide on your sandals and join us on this week's Once Upon a Time at the Oscars! Up Next: Traffic (2000) directed by Stephen Soderbergh Special thanks to Sean C. for being a generous supporter of Once Upon a Time at the Oscars! You can find more info on the show as well as the full film list and watch order on our website: www.outaopodcast.com Or use our Letterboxd list! Support for Once Upon a Time at the Oscars is provided by our Patreon backers. For as little as $2 a month you can help support our show as well as receive fun benefits, including the chance to vote for what film you think deserves to win Best Picture every year! Subscribe to the show – Apple, Google, Spotify, Feed (Copy the url into the podcast app of your choice) If you like the show, please consider leaving a rating or review on iTunes or your podcast player of choice! Help us reach more listeners! You can stay up to date with the show by following us at: facebook.com/outaopodcast twitter.com/outaopodcast instagram.com/onceuponatimeattheoscars Once Upon a Time at the Oscars is the weekly podcast where we take on the gauntlet of watching every single film that was nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards! Starting with the films of 1927, Kyle and Marilee break down these movies every week. Each episode is part review, part trivia, and part critique. This podcast is intended for anybody that loves movies. We have zero background in the film industry, we're just a film-loving couple that thought it'd be fun to go on this odyssey together, with all of you! Let us know what you thought of the film! You can send your thoughts and we'll read them on an upcoming ceremony episode: email@example.com Thanks for tuning in! See you at the movies, Kyle and Marilee
What up Lazy Boys! Today, we have a special guest. Our resident podcast artist, Graeham Jarvis! Graeham joins us as we talk about the latest from Ridley Scott, The Last Duel. Starring Matt Damon, Adam Driver, and Jodie Comer. And kind of Ben Affleck, except he's blonde so you can't tell. Twitter & Instagram: @CouchCriticsPod Facebook: Couch Critics Find Easton on Twitter & Instagram! @eastonmooreiv Find Trevor on Twitter & Instagram! @tlandrethperc Artwork by @graehamjarvis on Instagram Music by Tristen Moore --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week on the InSession Film Podcast, we discuss Ridley Scott's Medieval film The Last Duel and also A24's latest "horror" film from Valdimar Jóhannsson in Lamb! Plus, Brendan offers his thoughts on David Gordon Green's Halloween Kills. - Review: The Last Duel (6:12) - Notes / Discussion (1:00:56) - Review: Lamb (1:22:21) Thanks for listening and be sure to subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud or TuneIn Radio! iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/insession-film-podcast/id605634337 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5LIi40D5BTFnsRMP57O5nG IHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-insession-film-podcast-30916083/ Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?authuser&u=0#/ps/It5foal422yoktioaclalk3ykyi Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/insession-film Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/insession-film TuneIn Radio: http://tunein.com/radio/The-InSession-Film-Podcast-p522717/ Listen Now: http://insessionfilm.com/isten-now/
Ridley Scott trabalhou durante a pandemia e tem dois filmes para lançar este ano - ambos com Adam Driver, curiosamente. O primeiro dos projetos, O Último Duelo, chegou aos cinemas brasileiros na última semana marcando o retorno do diretor britânico à Idade Média, com uma história de diferentes perspectivas sobre um mesmo crime de estupro. Mas enquanto Matt Damon e Driver duelam até a morte para provar que sua versão dos fatos é a verdadeira perante os olhos de Deus, o grande chamariz do longa é a personagem de Jodie Comer, cuja atuação dá vazão a toda a força da Marguerite que é central a toda a trama. No Cinemático 240, Carlos Merigo, Carlos Quintão e Pedro Strazza conversam sobre o filme e a carreira de Ridley Scott, situam a produção em sua longa trajetória e desvendam as reais intenções do diretor com o projeto. _____ Cinemático é uma produção do B9 Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Carlos Merigo, Ju Wallauer e Cris Bartis Produção e Pesquisa: Pedro Strazza Edição e Sonorização: Alexandre Pottaschef e Mariana Leão Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Pedro Strazza e Hiago Vinicus Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza e Telma Zenaro See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is Halloween Kills another casualty of the never-ending Halloween franchise? In addition to discussing David Gordon Green's sequel to his 2018 legacy sequel to the 1978 slasher masterpiece, Halloween, we review The Last Duel, Ridley Scott's epic medieval drama starring Matt Damon, Jodie Comer, and Adam Driver. We then turn up the volume for The Velvet Underground, Todd Haynes' (first!) documentary covering the eclectic roots of Lou Reed and John Cale's infamous late-60s music movement, now available to stream on Apple TV+. Plus we discuss the IATSE strike and offer some brief thoughts on Bergman Island. Show Notes: 00:00:00 – Intro 00:03:55 – IATSE strike overview 00:17:55 – Will's brief thoughts on Bergman Island 00:26:15 – Halloween Kills review 01:02:35 – The Last Duel review 01:50:30 – The Velvet Underground review Links: Follow us on Twitter: Jon Negroni, Will Ashton Check out our Cinemaholics Merch! Leave us a voicemail using The “Swell” App. We post new prompts every week or so. Check out our Patreon to support Cinemaholics! Email your feedback to cinemaholicspodcast [at] gmail.com. Connect with Cinemaholics on Facebook and Twitter. Support our show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cinemaholics See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We exist. Two will and buys dudes finally came together to record the podcast we love... And I accidentally deleted the video. On the off chance you like staring at us as we talk, I am sorry. Still, we have a couple of good, if not a little old, stories to go through! Timecodes: 00:26 - FUCK Adobe Flash Player01:26 - Spooktober/What we've been watching9:00 - DC Fandome trailers14:18 - Mandalorian season 3/Boba Fett release date18:31 - GOTG Vol.3 casting news20:45 - How would you do more Star Wars sequels?22:54 - Bad Batch season finale review/Star Wars animation discussion29:00 - Spider-Man: No Way Home characters not returning?34:24 - David Gordon Green Disneyland documentary38:50 - Gladiator 240:18 - Timothee Chalamet as Willy Wonka43:00 - How to lucid dream43:44 - "The Idol," Weeknd HBO show49:57 - Ridley Scott's recent comment on Alien TV series
DC FanDome (2:00) finally happened this weekend! And you know we gotta break it down. From 'BLACK ADAM' to 'THE BATMAN' there's a ton to cover in the 4 hour event. The latest installment from the 'Halloween' franchise is here with 'HALLOWEEN KILLS' (57:19) and you know we had to check it out. Also the latest from Ridley Scott has hit theaters starring Matt Damon, Adam Driver, and Jodie Comer, 'THE LAST DUEL' (1:13:13). It's been a couple years but 'YOU' (1:32:41) is back for season 3 and boy is it wild! Plus some other news including new trailers and the change of MCU film dates. (Song: GED (Gettin Every Dolla) x Lute) 2BlackNerds.com
We're talking about ‘The Last Duel,' the latest film from Ridley Scott and the first produced screenplay from Matt Damon and Ben Affleck since ‘Good Will Hunting.' Thinking about Matt and Ben has us in the mood to celebrate movie duos, so Sean and Amanda drop some top 5s (1:00). Then, Sean talks to Todd Haynes about his new documentary, ‘The Velvet Underground' (43:55). Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guest: Todd Haynes Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Episode 178 of the Always the Critic Podcast, we don a suit of armor and joust our way through a review of The Last Duel, starring Matt Damon, Adam Driver, Ben Affleck, and Jodie Comer. Rico and Jess discuss the latest film from prestige director Ridley Scott, including how they felt about the acting performances, the cinematography, the (infuriating) sexual assault case, the way the story is told through multiple perspectives, and Ridley Scott as a director. For episodes with similar movies, click below Drama Follow us! Patreon Instagram Twitter Facebook Rico's Youtube Rico's Letterboxd Jessica's Letterboxd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alwaysthecritic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alwaysthecritic/support
Dave and Pat review Aespa's debut EP 'Savage' (1:12), Maxo Kream's 3rd album 'The Weight of the World' (7:22), Kirk Knight's 3rd album 'After Dark' (14:30), Young Thug's 2nd album 'Punk' (20:22), Finneas's debut album 'Optimist' (27:46), Coldplay's 9th album 'Music of the Spheres' (33:53), HBO's highly anticipated 'Succession' Season 3 premiere (41:39), and Ridley Scott's historical drama film 'The Last Duel' starring Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Adam Driver, and Jodie Comer (50:48). Follow our Best of 2021 Spotify playlist: open.spotify.com/playlist/5L7qTzU83QDT7zuZszwWdK Subscribe on YouTube: Youtube.com/NowstalgiaPod Follow on Twitter: Twitter.com/NowstalgiaPod
New Movies: Halloween Kills - The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode continues in the next thrilling chapter of the Halloween series. The Last Duel - King Charles VI declares that Knight Jean de Carrouges settle his dispute with his squire by challenging him to a duel.Hard Luck Love Song - A gritty love story about a charismatic but down-on-his-luck troubadour living out of cheap motels and making bad decisions.The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground explores the multiple threads that converged to bring together one of the most influential bands in rock and roll. Bergman Island - A couple retreat to the island that inspired Ingmar Bergman to write screenplays for their upcoming films when the lines between reality and fiction start to blur.Introducing, Selma Blair - A deeply intimate and raw portrait of Selma Blair after she is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and tries to slow the progression of her disease. Undisputed ClassicSaint Maud - Follows a pious nurse who becomes dangerously obsessed with saving the soul of her dying patient.Lamb - A childless couple, María and Ingvar discover a mysterious newborn on their farm in Iceland. The unexpected prospect of family life brings them much joy, before ultimately destroying them. Next Week - Dune, David Lynch's Dune, Jodorowsky's Dune Documentary and The Subject starring Jason Biggs Classic - Murder Party
As our Prime Time Horror October rolls on, HPH takes a look at probably the most influential work of science fiction horror out there, Dan O'Bannon and Ridley Scott's seminal (although in this context, John Hurt at least might not appreciate that choice of words) movie ALIEN!
On today's episode of Movie Time!, we review yet another Stephen King adaptation: Misery (1990) directed by Robert Reiner (starring Kathy Bates and James Caan). We discuss Kathy Bates' comedic performance, the town sheriff, the Castle Rock extended universe, and more! At the top of the show, we give spoiler-free mini-reviews of Lamb (dir. By Valdimar Jóhannsson) and The Last Duel (dir. by Ridley Scott). Plus, we run through the latest movie news and share our reactions to Matt Reeves' The Batman (2022) trailer. It's a jam-packed episode--you don't want to miss it! Time Stamps: What Are We Watching: 1:30 Movie News: 14:45 Misery Review: 29:40 Connect with us on social media: twitter.com/movietimepod instagram.com/movietime_pod firstname.lastname@example.org Intro music by Dodo from the Applied Anime podcast. You can find his podcast here: Podcast: anchor.fm/applied-anime Twitter: twitter.com/appliedanime
2015. First permanent colony established on moon. 2032. Commercial mining begins on Mars. 2040. Deep space research vessel “Event Horizon” launched to explore the boundaries of the solar system. She disappears without trace beyond the eighth planet, Neptune. It is the worst space disaster on record. 2047. Now… Event Horizon. Sci-Frightmare Month began with Ridley Scott's 1982 dystopian science-fiction masterpiece BLADE RUNNER starring Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer, continued with 1958's drive-in classic THE BLOB starring iconic action star Steve McQueen as the world's most haggard teenager, and then we witnessed an (allegedly true) alien abduction in the mountains of Arizona with 1993's FIRE IN THE SKY starring D.B. Sweeney, Robert Patrick and James Garner. Along the way we've talked about totalitarian governmental regimes, the age of the local horror host and UFO's...how can we possibly cap this month of programming off? By going to the edge of the solar system and boarding a ship that's been to HELL!!! Starring Laurence Fishburne (THE MATRIX, MAN OF STEEL), Sam Neill (JURASSIC PARK, DEAD CALM), Kathleen Quinlan (APOLLO 13, THE DOORS), Joely Richardson (THE PATRIOT, NIP/TUCK), Jason Isaacs (the HARRY POTTER series of films, THE PATRIOT), Richard T. Jones (VANTAGE POINT, PHONE BOOTH) and Sean Pertwee (GOTHAM, DOG SOLDIERS) and directed by Paul W.S. Anderson (RESIDENT EVIL, ALIENS VS. PREDATOR), EVENT HORIZON was a box office disappointment upon its initial release, but has since garnered a cult following with a remake from Amazon in the works. Join Dan and Faith for a look back at the film as well as a discussion of evil places and ley lines. Stay tuned for a special news editorial from Mario Manicotti, the Cake Contractor, addressing the impending supply chain crisis. Commercials include Chicken Bitz from Welsh Jennings, a teaser for CONSPIRACIES and a new spot for the Dark Depository. Pour yourself a cup of coffee, put your feet up and get ready to howl at the moon because it is time for the LATE NIGHT FRIGHT, only on WKMF Cozy Corner Public Radio! email us at email@example.com Join us next week for our Halloween show when we take a look back at 1989's GHOSTBUSTERS II starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis, Rick Moranis, Ernie Hudson and Annie Potts! Until then, stay spooky!
There's a big star-laden period studio movie, and a horror sequel. Everything is normal now! We discuss Ridley Scott's "The Last Duel" and then the David Gordon Green follow-up "Halloween Kills." Then we discuss Mia Hansen-Love's "Bergman Island." Timestamps: 11:11 "The Last Duel" 42:22 "Halloween Kills" 1:02:41 "Bergman Island" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on Twitter, or firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, give us a review on iTunes with the name of a movie you'd like us to review, and we'll discuss it on a later podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, David and Connor discuss the plethora of things to come for the rest of 2021! They discuss Ridley Scott's next endeavors, what PTA could be cooking up with Licorice Pizza, how awful Sing 2's trailer is, and much much more of what's up and coming this year. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 56 An Imaginary Movie in Sound Playlist John Carpenter, “Opening sequence” from Dark Star (1980 Citadel). This record contains incidental music, sound effects and dialogue from the motion picture. Electronic music by John Carpenter. Completed in 1974, the film wasn't released until 1979 following the success of Carpenter's Halloween. The soundtrack followed in 1980. Early synth music from Carpenter for which he used the EMS VCS3 synthesizer. 3:30 Dick Maas, “Main Title” and “Out of Breath” from L'Ascenseur Bande Originale Du Film (The Lift) (1984 Milan). Composed by, Roland synthesizers, Dick Maas. 5:11 Mike Oldfield, “Pran's Departure,” “Worksite,” “The Year Zero,” “Blood Sucking” from The Killing Fields (1984 Virgin). Composed by, guitar, Fairlight Computer, Mike Oldfield; Choral & Orchestral Arrangements, edited by, David Bedford; Choir, Tölzer Boys Choir; Composed by David Bedford (“Worksite”), Mike Oldfield; Conductor, Eberhard Schoener; Orchestra Of The Bavarian State Opera; Asian Percussion, Preston Heyman (“The Year Zero”). 6:56 David Holmes, “You're Going To Belfast,” “The Hunt,” and “'71” from '71 (2014 Touch Sensitive Records). 10:01 Arthur B Rubinstein, “Video Fever” plus dialogue from Wargames (1983 Polydor). Composer, Arthur B Rubinstein; Synclaver II Digital Music System; Linndrum Drum Machine; Roland System 100 Analog Synthesizer, programmed and performed, Anthony Marinelli, Brian Banks. 3:30 Michael Stearns, “Meditation 1” from Chronos (1984 Sonic Atmospheres). Created for the Ron Fricke film and produced for the six-channel discreet surround sound system of the OMNIMAX IMAX theaters. Stearns plays synthesizers made by Serge Modular, Oberheim, Yamaha, and EMU. Constance Demby plays “space” bass. 8:36 Cliff Martinez, “I Drive” from Drive (2011 Lakeshore Records). Composer, performer, Baschet Crystal, Cliff Martinez; Guitar, Mac Quayle; Lute, Sitar, Gregory Tripi. The Cristal Baschet is a contemporary musical instrument developed in 1952 by the brothers Bernard and François Baschet. To play, musicians rub the rods with wet fingertips. Martinez was also known as the drummer for the early Red Hot Chili Peppers. He uses the Baschet Cristal, a kind of glass harmonica, for many of the sustained, ambient tonalities, plus vintage synths and percussion devices to create these beautiful textures. 2:04 Cliff Martinez, “My Name on a Car” from Drive (2011 Lakeshore Records). Composer, performer, Baschet Crystal, Cliff Martinez; Guitar, Mac Quayle; Lute, Sitar, Gregory Tripi. 2:19 Cliff Martinez, “On the Beach” from Drive (2011 Lakeshore Records). Composer, performer, Baschet Crystal, Cliff Martinez; Guitar, Mac Quayle; Lute, Sitar, Gregory Tripi. 6:35 Cliff Martinez, “Rubber Head” from Drive (2011 Lakeshore Records). Composer, performer, Baschet Crystal, Cliff Martinez; Guitar, Mac Quayle; Lute, Sitar, Gregory Tripi. 3:09 Michael Stearns, “Meditation 3” from Chronos (1984 Sonic Atmospheres). Stearns plays synthesizers made by Serge Modular, Oberheim, Yamaha, and EMU. Constance Demby plays “space” bass. 5:05 Popol Vuh, “Sieh Nicht Überm Meer Ist's” from Cobra Verde (1987 Milan). Piano, Synclavier, vocals, Florian Fricke; Synclavier programming, recording and digital mastering by Ralph Graf; Guitar, percussion, vocals, Daniel Fichelscher; Vocals, Renate Knaup. 1:23 Popol Vuh, “Nachts: Schnee” and “Der Marktplatz” from Cobra Verde (1987 Milan). Piano, Synclavier, vocals, Florian Fricke; Synclavier programming, recording and digital mastering by Ralph Graf; Guitar, percussion, vocals, Daniel Fichelscher; Vocals, Renate Knaup. 4:24 Christopher Spelman, “The Final Journey” from The Lost City of Z (2017 Filmtrax). Composed, Arranged, Christopher Spelman; Conductors, Adam Klemens, Pejtsik Péter, Richard Hein; Drum, Jim Berenholtz; Flute, Jim Berenholtz; additional music, Kent Sparling; FILMharmonic Orchestra, The Budapest Film Orchestra, orchestrated by Daniel Halle. 7:51 Background Music, Introduction Vangelis, “Blade Runner Blues” from Blade Runner (1994 EastWest). "Most of the music contained in this album originates from recordings I made in London in 1982, whilst working on the score for the film Blade Runner. Finding myself unable to release these recordings at the time, it is with great pleasure that I am able to do so now. Some of the pieces contained will be known to you from the Original Soundtrack of the film, whilst others are appearing here for the first time. Looking back to Ridley Scott's powerful and evocative pictures left me as stimulated as before, and made the recompiling of this music, today, an enjoyable experience." Vangelis (Athens, April 1994). 8:54 Opening: Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. For additional notes, please see my blog Noise and Notations.
Daniel, Shahbaz, & Anthony review Ridley Scott's THE LAST DUEL, written by Nicole Holofcener, Ben Affleck, and Matt Damon. The film stars Jodie Comer, Matt Damon, Adam Driver, and Ben Affleck. The Last Duel releases in theatres October 15, 2021. Listen now on all podcast feeds and on TheMoviePodcast.caContact: email@example.comJean de Carrouges is a respected knight known for his bravery and skill on the battlefield. Jacques Le Gris is a squire whose intelligence and eloquence makes him one of the most admired nobles in court. When Le Gris viciously assaults Carrouges' wife, she steps forward to accuse her attacker, an act of bravery and defiance that puts her life in jeopardy. The ensuing trial by combat, a grueling duel to the death, places the fate of all three in God's hands.FOLLOW USFollow Daniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow Shahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow Anthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdFollow The Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTubeThe Movie Podcast is on a mission to hit 200 Apple Podcast reviews, click here to head over to our show page on APPLE PODCASTS and leave us a 5 STAR review!ABOUTThe Movie Podcast is one of Canada's top film and review podcasts. Every week you'll hear film lovers Daniel, Shahbaz, and Anthony discuss the biggest movie news, talk trailers, what's coming soon, ponder a unique topic of show, and speak to special guests from across the film industry. Catch a new episode of The Movie Podcast every Monday and watch out for Review episodes on all the latest movies and series.
We'll take up our swords and fight for your honor this week on Breakfast All Day. Our great friend Katie Walsh of Tribune News Service returns to help Christy review Ridley Scott's medieval “Rashomon” tale “The Last Duel.” Then, it's just Christy and Alonso for reviews of the sequel “Halloween Kills,” the meta movie drama “Bergman Island” and “The Velvet Underground,” Todd Haynes' documentary about the influential New York City band. In news, Superman is gay and people are pissed, IATSE film and TV crew members may strike on Monday, transgender Netflix employees and their allies plan a walkout to protest the Dave Chappell special, Timothee Chalamet talks about Armie Hammer (sort of), Jamie Lee Curtis dresses as her mom's iconic “Psycho” role for the “Halloween Kills” red carpet, and Christy discusses the IMAX screening of “Dune” she attended (and we'll have a full review for you this week). Over at our Patreon, we recap episode 5 of “The Morning Show” on Apple TV+. We truly appreciate having you around, so thanks for joining us.
This week we're burrowing deeper under the earth-toned blanket of October with David Gordon Green's second installment in his take on the Halloween franchise. Also on the docket is the latest historical epic from Ridley Scott, The Last Duel. For our Staff Picks section we're channeling Michael Meyers and hashing out our favorite horror remakes and sequels. The Devil's Rejects The Electrical Life of Louis Wain The Exorcist III Halloween Kills Lamb The Last Duel Psycho The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 Titane Just to be Nominated is hosted and produced by Chris Lay, the podcast operations manager for Lee, along with Bruce Miller, the editor of the Sioux City Journal, and Jared McNett, a reporter for the Globe Gazette in Mason City, Iowa. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've reached the end of our dive into the filmography of director Denis Villenueve, and we're ending off with what many consider to be his masterpiece Blade Runner 2049. The long awaited (?) sequel to Ridley Scott's seminal 1982 sci-fi classic was Denis' biggest film to date and it famously didn't do well in theaters at all. However it is a common candidate in the topic of "Movies We Wish Made More Money." With Dune now on the way what can we say about this visionary's first step into the world of blockbuster filmmaking? Tune in to find out. Plus we talk the latest trailers like Scream and The Black Phone, latest news like Will Poulter joining Guardians 3, and more right here on Notorious by Chance. 0:36 - NFL Week 5 Recap/Week 6 Predictions 25:50 - Trailer Talk 44:05 - NOTORIOUS News 1:07:55 - Blade Runner Quick Review 1:11:20 - Blade Runner 2049 Prologue Shorts (Black Out 2022, Nexus Dawn 2036, and Nowhere to Run 2048) 1:20:17 - Blade Runner 2049 Review
THE LAST DUEL MOVIE REVIEW Based on a true story and morphed into a medieval rape survivor tale told “Rashomon” style from three different viewpoints, “The Last Duel” is the latest Ridley Scott film, and only the second film ever written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck together (along with Nicole Holofcener). Some folks are… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: The Last Duel
THE LAST DUEL MOVIE REVIEW Based on a true story and morphed into a medieval rape survivor tale told “Rashomon” style from three different viewpoints, “The Last Duel” is the latest Ridley Scott film, and only the second film ever written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck together (along with Nicole Holofcener). Some folks are… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: The Last Duel
It's been more than 20 years since Ben Affleck and Matt Damon wrote their Oscar-winning screenplay Good Will Hunting, but that changes with Ridley Scott's bloody epic The Last Duel. Co-written by Oscar nominee Nicole Holofcener, the film features performances by Damon, Affleck, Adam Driver and Jodie Comer. Together, they play out a tale of anger, vengeance and the fine points of 14th century property ownership.
À l'occasion de la sortie du film "Le dernier duel" de Ridley Scott, mercredi 13 octobre, Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach poursuit son analyse de la place des femmes au Moyen-Age. Bien qu'elles vivent largement sous domination masculine, les chroniques médiévales font état de femmes chevaliers : des “chevaleresses”. Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast Europe 1 Studio "Au cœur de l'Histoire", découvrez les portraits de ces guerrières dont la plus connue est bien sûr Jeanne d'Arc.
We are continuing our Halloween movie month, with an all-time space horror classic Alien! This week we try to help Ripley (and Jonesey!) get safely back to Earth, despite a rogue android, and the perfect killing machine stalking us at every turn. Join us for hibernation pods, android blood, chest bursting creatures, creepy eggs, life aboard the Nostromo, and a chat about the Ridley Scott classic, Alien. This week's cocktail comes from Custodi Exitus! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Theatre director Emma Jordan discusses The Border Game, a new play to mark 100 years of the Irish border. We hear from Omagh in County Tyrone as reporter Freya McClement explores a moving new installation by artist Paula Stokes at the Ulster American Folk Park. And director Ridley Scott talks to Samira about his new film The Last Duel starring Matt Damon, Adam Driver and Jodie Comer. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Julian May Photo: Liz Fitzgibbon and Patrick McBrearty in The Border Game - photo credit Ciaran Bagnall
En 1386 se déroule le fameux duel judiciaire pour l'honneur de Marguerite de Carrouges, relaté dans le film "Le dernier duel" de Ridley Scott, sorti en salle ce mercredi 13 octobre. Mais quelles places occupent véritablement les femmes dans la société médiévale ? Comment certaines femmes ont-elles échappé à la domination masculine ? Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast Europe 1 Studio "Au cœur de l'Histoire", Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach détaille la condition des femmes au 14e siècle.
À l'occasion de la sortie du film "Le dernier duel" de Ridley Scott, en salles ce mercredi 13 octobre, Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach vous raconte le duel judiciaire entre Jean de Carrouge et Jacques Legris à l'hiver 1386… Mais qu'est-ce qui a amené ces deux amis, un chevalier et un écuyer, à s'affronter à mort ? Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast Europe 1 Studio "Au cœur de l'Histoire" découvrez ce qui a conduit à ce combat polémique.