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Book Vs. Movie Podcast"A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickensthe 2009 Jim Carey Animated MoviePlus, the Margos Pick Their "Top 5 Scrooge Performances"The Margos continue their holiday celebrations with the all-time classic "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens. There have been hundreds of adaptations on the theme of Scrooge and his ultimate salvation, but only one features stop-motion animation and Jim Carey so we pair the discussion with Disney's A Christmas Carol, directed by Book Vs. Movie favorite Robert Zemeckis.We had SO much fun recording this episode! Topics we cover here:The Margos each pick our favorite "Scrooge" adaptationThe incredible life story of Charles Dickens and the reasons he wrote A Christmas CarolHow England changed how they celebrate Christmas after the publicationOur favorite adaptations of the workJim Carey's frenetic performanceClips used:Sir Patrick Stewart readingJim Carey as the Ghost of Christmas past & ScroogeVanessa Williams's “Sleigh Ride”Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Find us in Apple Podcasts.Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at email@example.comMargo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com firstname.lastname@example.orgMargo P. @ShesNachoMama http://thechingonahomesteader.weebly.com/
The bois went to Greece and saw Glass Onion! They talk Andor, Rian Johnson, the politics of Knives Out, pop music, Robert Zemeckis, and the difference between a mystery and a thriller linktr.ee/welcomebackpod twitter.com/welcomebackpod instagram.com/welcomebackpod patreon.com/welcomebackpod Art by: Randi Hamel @artbunns on Instagram and rannibuns.tumblr.com
The Polar Express is a children's book written by Chris Van Allsburg and published by Houghton Mifflin in 1985. The book is now widely considered to be a classic Christmas story for young children. The book is set partially in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the author's hometown, and was inspired in part by Van Allsburg's memories of visiting the Herpolsheimer's and Wurzburg's department stores as a child. It was adapted as an Oscar-nominated motion-capture film in 2004 starring Tom Hanks and directed by Robert Zemeckis. Van Allsburg served as an executive producer on the film. Van Allsburg won the annual Caldecott Medal for illustration of an American children's picture book in 1986, his second after Jumanji.
On #episode 89, we along with special guests Darius from d_riptide and Gal from Film Toppings. Go over the #filmography of the one and only Robert Zemeckis. From the highs of Romancing the Stone, Back to the Future, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit. To the lows of The Polar Express, Welcome to Marwen, and Mars Needs Mom. we go over all of them. Special thanks to our guests Darius and Gal for coming on. We had so much fun talking shop and hope to have you on again. Make sure to check out their content as well. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mmr20/support
Sergio Mims and Erik Childress discussed DVDs and Blu-rays for two decades on the radio and on this podcast. To honor his recent untimely passing, we wanted to continue this tradition and shine a light on the world of physical media that he was so passionate in preserving. For that, Erik is joined by Peter Sobczynski of RogerEbert.com to once again bring you all the latest and greatest for your home collection and holiday shopping needs. They talk a number of new 4K releases including an early film from Robert Zemeckis with possibly the greatest commentary track ever, Quentin Tarantino's debut, late Don Siegel, Elvis' return from the Army, one of the greatest films ever made and a foursome from Warner Bros. modern Christmas archive. There is also a colorful alien musical, new films from George Miller, Ti West and Claire Denis and the inspiration for a film that teamed Keanu Reeves and Ana De Armas 0:00 - Intro 3:05 - Shout Factory (Used Cars) 7:50 - Lionsgate (Reservoir Dogs, Pearl, Earth Girls Are Easy (Vestron Collector's Series)) 30:22 - Paramount (Blue Hawaii) 37:31 - Grindhouse (Death Game) 45:42 - Kino (Escape From Alcatraz (4K), Valachi papers) 59:11 - IFC (Both Sides of the Blade) 1:04:31 - WB (Three Thousand Years of Longing) 1:11:44 - WB 4K (Casablanca, Elf, The Polar Express, A Christmas Story, Christmas Vacation) 1:38:54 – New Blu-ray Announcements
A down and out private detective with a haunted past and a hatred for toons is a cartoon rabbit's only hope to prove his innocence when he is accused of a high profile murder. Directed by Robert Zemeckis. Screenplay by Jeffrey Price and Peter S. Seaman. Based on the novel "Who Censored Roger Rabbit?" by Gary K. Wolf. Starring Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, Joanna Cassidy and Charles Fleischer. FOLLOW US ON LETTERBOXD - Zach1983 & MattCrosby Thank you so much for listening! Please follow the show on Twitter: @GreatestPod Subscribe on Apple Podcasts / Podbean This week's recommendations: Tár (Now in theaters) The Banshees of Inisherin (Now in theaters) Cinema Speculation by Quentin Tarantino (Available wherever books are sold)
After various production problems, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has finally hit theaters and become another box office smash. So, it only seems appropriate for Double Edged Double Bill to return to the world of films with troubled productions for Revember! First, $100 million and extensive on set rewrites resulted in a flop that nearly destroyed Eddie Murphy's career with The Adventures of Pluto Nash! Then, Robert Zemeckis managed to overcome being denied by every studio and a complete recasting of his lead actor to create an absolute classic with Back to the Future! Together, our duo answers the crucial questions. Is Eddie Murphy responsible for Pluto being stripped of its planet status? Will Ken Burns help them explain what happened between 1955 and 1985? Which two films will they discuss for next week's episode going back to the world of Cannon Films? Well, jump into your DeLorean and travel to the moon while you listen to find out! Subscribe to our Patreon for $1 a month to get bonus podcasts & polls to choose episode topics and films we cover! Follow the show on Twitter @DEDBpod & Facebook as well as Thomas on Twitter! Send feedback to email@example.com! Subscribe and rate us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & Podbean! Our artwork is provided by the amazing Christian Thor Lally! We're a proud member of the Talk Film Society Podcast Network!
After various production problems, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has finally hit theaters and become another box office smash. So, it only seems appropriate for Double Edged Double Bill to return to the world of films with troubled productions for Revember! First, $100 million and extensive on set rewrites resulted in a flop that nearly destroyed Eddie Murphy's career with The Adventures of Pluto Nash! Then, Robert Zemeckis managed to overcome being denied by every studio and a complete recasting of his lead actor to create the absolute classic with Back to the Future! Together, our duo answers the crucial questions. Is Eddie Murphy responsible for Pluto being stripped of its planet status? Will Ken Burns help us explain what happened between 1955 and 1985? Which two films will they discuss for next week's episode going back to the world of Cannon Films? Well, jump into your DeLorean and travel to the moon while you listen to find out! Subscribe to our Patreon for $1 a month to get bonus podcasts & polls to choose episode topics and films we cover! patreon.com/dedbpod Follow the show on Twitter @DEDBpod & Facebook as well as Thomas on Twitter! Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org! Subscribe and rate us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & Podbean! Our artwork is provided by the amazing Christian Thor Lally!
The Spin Chagrin is the latest supplemental podcast of 2 Guys 5 Movies. This concept finds Frank having to watch a movie he's never seen before based on the random spin of a wheel filled with off-the-wall genres. In this episode, Frank's category was "A Modern Remake of a Classic Disney Movie." The movie Frank chose was the 2022 Robert Zemeckis remake of Pinocchio. There's also plenty of discussion of Tim Burton's 2010 Alice in Wonderland.
Do you know what they do to soft, bald, overweight Republicans in prison, Ernest? They don't let them listen to Cinema Very Gay, that's what. Grab your shovels and your shotguns, the time has finally come for us to cover one of our favorite gay camp classics, Robert Zemeckis' Death Becomes Her, starring the indelible Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn, Isabella Rossellini, and Bruce Willis. Madeline Ashton (Streep) and Helen Sharp (Hawn) are bitter social rivals with their eyes on the heart of Dr. Ernest Menville (Willis), but also on their fading looks. A modern witch (Rossellini) offers a magical remedy to help, but is the cure worse than the disease? This movie has solidified its status as a cornerstone of queer cult camp and for excellent reason- it's endlessly quotable, hilariously over-acted, and pits two Oscar winners against each other in a battle of bitchiness. It might be easy to write this movie off as a feminist's nightmare, but that surface-level read might miss some of the nuance that makes this movie so fun to revisit. The morgue? She'll be furious! Our journey through queer-coded Disney villain history continues as well with the gentle and greedy Prince John from Disney's Robin Hood (1973). Voiced hilariously by the esteemed dramatic actor Peter Ustinov, Prince John is a whiny brat of a Prince, a total mama's boy, and casually abusive to his sidekick Sir Hiss. Even though the movie doesn't have the staying power that other animated classics can boast, this languishing lion certainly makes a solid entry in this mini-series. Oo De Lally with Jake and Kevin on this week's episode and give us a follow on Twitter and Instagram @CinemaVeryGay !
July 3rd, 1985 - a day that a little time travel movie produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Robert Zemeckis called Back to the Future was released to the public. This podcast will dive into the world of BTTF, and discuss the movies, characters, and behind-the-scenes details on one of the greatest trilogies of all time. So buckle in, make sure your flux capacitor is fluxing, and enjoy the 88 mile per hour adventure of the Back to the Future trilogy. Order the "Back from the Future" paperback with expanded material! Amazon- https://bit.ly/BackFromTheFutureBook Bookshop- https://bit.ly/BackFromTheFuturebook Barnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/BackFromtheFutureBook Mango- https://bit.ly/BackfromTheFutureBook Chapters indigo- https://bit.ly/BackFromThefutureBook Buy the BACK FROM THE FUTURE Book. ORDER: BOND, James Bond now! CLICK HERE. Back to the Future: The Podcast is produced and presented by Brad Gilmore, and is not affiliated with the Back to the Future franchise. This show is meant for entertainment and documentary purposes only, and does not intend to infringe on any copyrights of Universal Pictures, Back to the Future, or any of its characters, clips or music. Brad Gilmore expresses views and statements which represent that of the hosts and the guests of the program alone. The statements made on this program are in no way intended to represent views of any other organization affiliated with the hosts or guests and in no way represent the views of the sponsors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Was Biff the most underrated of 80's movie villains? Was George McFly kinda hot? And, why did Doc Brown risk his dog's life the first time he tested time travel? These are some of the questions we had upon re-watch of 1985's iconic Back to the Future. The $388M megahit DeLorean'ed Michael J. Fox's career, and became an instant classic. Now, over 35 years later, with our middle-aged thinking caps firmly in place, does the movie still make us laugh, gasp, and think? The Old Roommates slip on their Calvins and take a shallow dive. Listen to this.Bonus content including the article “5 Things the Movie Got Right ... and 4 It Didn't” from cineworld.com available at patreon.com/oldroommates! Follow Old Roommates on social media @OldRoommates. Email us at email@example.com and please give us a rating or review! #RobertZemeckis #BobGale #MichaelJFox #ChristopherLloyd #LeaThompson #CrispinGlover #ThomasFWilson
On the latest episode of Time on Screen, Zach Kazan and Kat Shoulders are diving deep into a wormhole on a journey to the heart of the universe. Contact, Robert Zemeckis's 1997 follow up to Forrest Gump, is on tap this week. It's a personal favorite among several Worn & Wound team members, and has an inherently time centered plot device (and some surprising connections to watch enthusiasm in general) that are worth discussing. Mostly, though, Contact is a lasting tribute to the ideas of the late Carl Sagan, who is the focus of much of the conversation in this episode. The film follows astronomer Eleanor Arroway, played by Jodie Foster, as she – and the rest of the world – grapple with the discovery of a lifetime: a radio signal from a distant star system, an unmistakable sign of intelligent life. These hypothetical situations were a fascination for Sagan through much of his life, and the film approaches it from a grounded and scientifically realistic perspective, uncommon for a summer blockbuster from a big studio.To stay on top of all new episodes, you can subscribe to The Worn & Wound Podcast — now available on all major platforms including iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify, and more. You can also find our RSS feed here.And if you like what you hear, then don't forget to leave us a review on iTunes.If there's a question you want us to answer you can hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll put your question in the queue.
The Witches, The Witches, The Witches is back...AND IT'S BAD! Join us as we begin HB-NO-Vember, a series on the HBO Max Originals removed from the platform during their merger with Discovery, and break down one of Robert Zemeckis's worst late career movies yet! Check out our website www.madefortvpodcast.com and look for us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @made4tvpodcast
This month the Johns get back to basics and watch an obscure film from Longino's childhood: Used Cars. Will this early Robert Zemeckis directed comedy starring Kurt Russell drive off the lot with zero issues? Or will it be a full blown lemon? Listen and find out!
Put down that turkey leg, take a pass on that pumpkin pie, and toss out that cranberry sauce. The Simplistic Reviews Podcast is here to put your Thanksgiving appetite in jeopardy. On this episode, the boys bring on their friend and attorney, Freddy Maas, to help them finally make a statement about She-Hulk that won't get them cancelled. They also take some shots at Black Adam, Superman, Hawkman, Robert Zemeckis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Lena Dunham, and of course...Kanye. So gobble gobble up this brand new episode!
Pegue a sua poção mágica e aperte o play para revisitar "Convenção das Bruxas" conosco e descobrir se o filme ainda é tão marcante quanto na época em que o vimos pela primeira vez! - Visite a página do podcast no site e confira material extra sobre o tema do episódio - Junte-se ao Cineclube Cinematório e tenha acesso a conteúdo exclusivo de cinema Confira abaixo a minutagem dos quadros do podcast De Volta Para Sofá sobre "Convenção das Bruxas": 00:00:00 - Introdução 00:07:50 - Memória Afetiva: relembramos quando vimos o filme pela primeira vez e discutimos seu impacto ontem e hoje 00:38:15 - Deu Tilt: os aspectos que ficaram datados e as cenas que não funcionam mais 00:48:57 - Supra Sumo: nossas cenas favoritas 00:56:22 - Por Onde Anda: saiba o que os atores principais estão fazendo hoje em dia 01:06:33 - Música de Encerramento Neste episódio do podcast De Volta Para o Sofá, nós rebobinamos a fita até o ano de 1990 e revisitamos o filme "Convenção das Bruxas" (The Witches), a cultuada adaptação do livro de Roald Dahl, dirigida por Nicolas Roeg e estrelada por Anjelica Huston. Com produção de Jim Henson, criador dos Muppets, "Convenção das Bruxas" conta a história de um menino e sua avó que, durante uma viagem de férias, hospedam-se em um hotel luxuoso. Mas lá, eles descobrem que o local é a sede de um suposto congresso de prevenção à violência contra crianças, criado para disfarçar um encontro de bruxas maléficas. Com direção de Nicolas Roeg ("Inverno de Sangue em Veneza") e roteiro de Allan Scott ("O Gambito da Rainha"), o filme é um clássico que marcou a infância de muita gente, graças à história que mistura comédia e terror, além dos incríveis efeitos especiais de maquiagem. No podcast, nós relembramos quando vimos "Convenção das Bruxas" na infância e comentamos como foi reencontrar o filme hoje. No quadro "Deu Tilt", nós apontamos o que envelheceu mal, e no quadro "Momento Supra Sumo", nós elegemos as melhores cenas. Descubra, também, por onde andam os principais nomes do elenco -- que inclui Rowan Atkinson, o eterno Mr. Bean -- e confira nossa opinião sobre a refilmagem de 2020, dirigida por Robert Zemeckis e estrelada por Anne Hathaway. O De Volta Para o Sofá é produzido e apresentado por Renato Silveira e Kel Gomes. Quer mandar um e-mail? Escreva para email@example.com
Alex, Philip and Bridget put out an APB on 'Monster House' from 2003, directed by Gil Kenan, about a villainous house that eats people (and dogs)! This edgy horror-comedy for kids is the perfect balance of kid-friendly intrigue and clever, tongue-in-cheek dialogue from the animation house behind 'The Polar Express.' Having made the tonal shift from Christmas to Halloween, Robert Zemeckis' ImageMovers adopted a more cartoonish style for their characters in a rare departure for the performance-capture specialists. This arguably gives 'Monster House' a more ageless quality a la classic Tim Burton or Henry Selick stop motion. Can DJ, Chowder, and Jenny defeat the ultimate haunted house before it devours more victims? They key (literally) lies in one of the best fake-out deaths (in a movie that also has one of the best anatomical jokes) ever put to film. Follow The ThawedCast: Conversations About Animation: twitter.com/thawedcast and instagram.com/thawedcast. instagram.com/ayeedeezy, instagram.com/elysiumskyy, instagram.com/bridget5246, instagram.com/philipehlke. Visit thawedcast.com
We're back with a Miriam pick! We recant when we first saw this 2000 classic Tom Hanks flick. What was in the FedEx package? Does VHS make a good rope?! Miriam does a deep dive, talking about when she first saw this movie with her dad, Chris discusses the importance of sound while in isolation and together, we find out how many “Wilson” Wilson volleyballs are sold every year.
It's day 2 of our 13 days of Halloween and today we are talking an early 2000's classic, Thirteen Ghosts. Does it have Shannon Elizabeth? Check. Does it have Matthew Lillard? Check. Does it have a disgusting amount of flashy edit cuts? Mega check. Join Alec and Justin as they return to their childhoods and discuss this kind of a mess of a movie. Enjoy!
Host Jon Burlingame sits down with long time musical partners Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard to discuss their work on Disney's new live action Pinocchio. The composers reveal how the new film honors the original while spinning its own magic with additional songs they wrote for new and original characters. They also share stories of their years working closely with director Robert Zemeckis.
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Chris Hastings as they start asking questions about Robert Zemeckis' 1988 live-action/animation comedy detective film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Best described by the animation team as a supposedly fun thing they would never do again. When you finish listening be sure to check out Chris' podcast and comics.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira Marcks@feelingcartoons (Twitter)@feelingcartoons (Instagram)cartoonfeelings.com (Episode Archive)firstname.lastname@example.org (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
Diana welcomes, with great delight, Daniel Van Kirk to discuss Cast Away (2000). There is thoughtful discussion about relationships ending and loving a person that no longer exists. Keep up to date on Daniel's podcasts and live shows on his website and meat raffle winnings on his social media. You can support his amazing work on Patreon, too. A FedEx executive undergoes a physical and emotional transformation after crash landing on a deserted island. Stars Tom Hanks, Helen Hunt, Nick Searcy, Chris Noth, Lari White, Vince Martin, Jenifer Lewis, Elden Henson, Timothy Stack and directed by Robert Zemeckis. (from imdb.com and wikipedia.org) Find other amazing podcasts by searching #ladypodsquad on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and all the social media platforms. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @HEAMCast, like us on Facebook @HappilyEverAftermath, and e-mail us at email@example.com.
“It's so fun to be bad.” Spooky season continues with filmmaker Ana Lily Amirpour, who talks to Gemma and Slim about her four favorite films—American Psycho, Death Becomes Her, Gremlins, The NeverEnding Story—and the makings of her latest feature Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon and her episode of Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities. Plus: how Ana Lily got Keanu Reeves to sport a ‘stache (and why he paid for his own wig in The Bad Batch), the saddest scene in all of cinema history, the deep and psychedelic qualities of Everything Everywhere All at Once, crushing on Atreyu, how to care for your psychic health when you are a filmmaker, how Mary Harron nailed her American Psycho adaptation, the story behind the gorgeous poster for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Gemma's love for Kate Micucci, Slim's love for Kate Hudson, Ana Lily's love for hard lighting, why we've been watching movies all wrong, the intelligence of comedians, making sure there are snacks in the story, walking red carpets with your dog, the genius of Robert Zemeckis, peak Rossellini, and is Gizmo a symbol of consumerism or cinephile pin-up? #hopefordweebs Credits: This episode was recorded in Los Angeles, Auckland and Pennsylvania, and edited by Slim. Facts by Jack. Booker: Brian Formo. Transcript by Sophie Shin. Art by Samm. Theme: ‘Vampiros Dancoteque' by Moniker. The Letterboxd Show is a TAPEDECK production. Lists & Links: The Letterboxd list of films mentioned in this episode. Rachel's “Movies I wanna show my kids”. Yazz's “When you're feeling a little lost”. Josiah's “The filmbro watchlist” (aka the gaslighter's bible). Etsy's “red flag for men, white flag for women”. Cult Girls - Jack's interview with Guinevere Turner Reviews of The NeverEnding Story by Danny, Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon by Jon Williams, Gremlins by Willow McLay.
We're back for another Banned Book discussion about Roald Dahl's The Witches (1963) which we've partnered with Nicolas Roeg's 1990 adaptation, as well as tangential conversation about Robert Zemeckis' 2020 film. Thanks to listener Miriam for contributing!Yes, this book was banned...for promoting witchcraft, not Dahl's anti-semitism, which we have to discuss . It's such a shame because the book - with its willingness to put children in danger and its "grim dark" ending - is still great (bonus points for Quentin Blake's illustrations). Then the film is all about Anjelica Houston's Grand High Witch, cute Jim Henson mice, Roeg's POV camerawork and great practical FX.Wanna connect with the show? Follow us on Twitter @HKHSPod or use the hashtag #HKHSPod:> Brenna: @brennacgray> Joe: @bstolemyremoteHave something longer to say or a comment about banned book club? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us your responses before the following deadlines:> Nov 24: Lord of the Flies by William Golding (1954) / Peter Brook (1964)> Dec 20: All American Boys by Reynolds and Kiely (2015) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's spooky season, so let's watch a scary movie! And then make fun of it... This time host TJW is joined by Contributor Jake again to pick apart a movie; 2001's Robert Zemeckis remake, Thirteen Ghosts. We're going to discuss it's reception, what the world was like when it came out, and of course break down the plot and tell you what was wrong with it. Watch with us, watch first, or listen to us run our mouths and THEN watch it, but whatever you do, get Thirteen Ghosts in your Halloween rotation! ** SPOILERS START @ 22:30 ** Logo credit: TJW Theme credit: Garageband loops and my lack of creativity
In the first of three special Halloween episodes this year, we're continuing with 1992, the year we covered in our most recent season, to talk about Robert Zemeckis' Death Becomes Her. Directed by Robert Zemeckis from a screenplay by David Koepp and Martin Donovan and starring Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn, Bruce Willis and Isabella Rossellini, Death Becomes Her won an Oscar for its pioneering special effects. The contemporary reviews quoted in this episode come from Rita Kempley in the Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/style/longterm/movies/videos/deathbecomesherpg13kempley_a0a2cd.htm (https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/style/longterm/movies/videos/deathbecomesherpg13kempley_a0a2cd.htm)), Kenneth Turan in the Los Angeles Times (https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1992-07-31-ca-4212-story.html (https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1992-07-31-ca-4212-story.html)), and Owen Gleiberman in Entertainment Weekly (https://ew.com/article/1992/08/14/death-becomes-her-2/ (https://ew.com/article/1992/08/14/death-becomes-her-2/)). Visit https://www.awesomemovieyear.com/ (https://www.awesomemovieyear.com) for more info about the show. Make sure to like Awesome Movie Year on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/awesomemovieyear (http://www.facebook.com/awesomemovieyear) and follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/awesomemoviepod (@Awesomemoviepod) You can find Jason online at http://goforjason.com/ (http://goforjason.com/), on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/JHarrisComedy/ (https://www.facebook.com/JHarrisComedy/), on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/jasonharriscomedy/ (https://www.instagram.com/jasonharriscomedy/) and on Twitter https://twitter.com/JHarrisComedy (@JHarrisComedy) You can find Josh online at http://joshbellhateseverything.com/ (http://joshbellhateseverything.com/), on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/joshbellhateseverything/ (https://www.facebook.com/joshbellhateseverything/) and on Twitter https://twitter.com/signalbleed (@signalbleed) You can find our producer David Rosen's Piecing It Together Podcast at https://www.piecingpod.com/ (https://www.piecingpod.com), on Twitter at https://twitter.com/piecingpod (@piecingpod) and the Popcorn & Puzzle Pieces Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/piecingpod (https://www.facebook.com/groups/piecingpod). You can also follow us all on Letterboxd to keep up with what we've been watching at https://letterboxd.com/goforjason/ (goforjason), https://letterboxd.com/signalbleed/ (signalbleed) and https://letterboxd.com/bydavidrosen/ (bydavidrosen). Subscribe on Patreon to support the show and get access to exclusive content from Awesome Movie Year, plus fellow podcasts Piecing It Together and All Rice No Beans, and music by David Rosen: https://www.patreon.com/bydavidrosen (https://www.patreon.com/bydavidrosen) All of the music in the episode is by David Rosen. Find more of his music at https://www.bydavidrosen.com/ (https://www.bydavidrosen.com) Please like, share, rate and comment on the show and this episode, and tune in next time for our second special Halloween episode for this year, featuring one of the finalists from our 1999 audience choice teen movie tournament, Idle Hands.
In the first of three special Halloween episodes this year, we're continuing with 1992, the year we covered in our most recent season, to talk about Robert Zemeckis' Death Becomes Her. Directed by Robert Zemeckis from a screenplay by David Koepp and Martin Donovan and starring Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn, Bruce Willis and Isabella Rossellini, Death Becomes Her won an Oscar for its pioneering special effects. The post Death Becomes Her (1992 Halloween Bonus) appeared first on Awesome Movie Year.
In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, two films that hit much bigger than expected - each of which changed a lot in post-production.Horror hit Paranormal Activity actually first debuted on screen in 2007. But it'd be two years before it got a full wide release in cinemas, and by then the ending would have undergone changes (and a planned remake abandoned).20th Century Fox was having doubts about 1985's Cocoon, meanwhile, to the point where Robert Zemeckis was fired as its director (making Back To The Future instead!). In came Ron Howard though, and changes would get underway...Stories of both are told in this episode.Find Simon on Twitter at @simonbrew, and the podcast can be found at @filmstoriespod.Support this podcast: www.patreon.com/simonbrew. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Since they talked about the documentary Man on Wire, this week the guys discuss the Robert Zemeckis' feature film adaptation of the real story of Philippe Petit and his infamous wire-walk - the aptly-titled The Walk. They talk about Joseph Gordon-Levitt's performance and accent work, Annie getting short-changed here even moreso than the documentary, the look of the climactic walk and much more. Plus: the ultimate debate - even if the movie is good... is it necessary? Next week: A spiritual sequel of sorts! Questions? Comments? Suggestions? You can always shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com Full List: https://www.empireonline.com/movies/features/best-british-films/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/forscreenandcountry Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/fsacpod Our logo was designed by the wonderful Mariah Lirette (https://instagram.com/its.mariah.xo) The Walk stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Charlotte Le Bon, Clement Sibony, James Badge Dale, Cesar Domboy, Ben Schwartz, Benedict Samuel, Steve Valentine and Ben Kingsley; directed by Robert Zemeckis. Is It Streaming? USA: Starz and available to rent Canada: Netflix and available to rent UK: Virgin TV GO and available to rent Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Victoria and Chelsea drink from the dark cup of this 90s-era camp comedy.Shop the Store: http://tee.pub/lic/bvHvK3HNFhkTheme Music "A Movie I'd Like to See" by Al Harley. Show Art: Cecily Brown Follow the Show @freshmoviepod YouTube Channel firstname.lastname@example.org
What could be better than two dummies reviewing a movie about a wooden boy? A new episode of the Oh Brother podcast of course! Dan and Mike review the latest animated turned live-action feature from Walt Disney Pictures Pinocchio starring Tom Hanks as Geppetto. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, Pinocchio tells the story of a puppet that is brought to life by a fairy (Cynthia Erivo), who assigns him to lead a virtuous life in order to become a real boy. The live-action adaptation also features voice acting from Joseph Gordon Levitt (Jiminy Cricket) and Benjamin Evan Ainsworth in the titular role of Pinocchio. Lorraine Bracco and Keegan-Michael Key also provide voices as Sofia and Honest John respectively. Let your conscience be your guide and tune into another episode of the one and only Oh Brother podcast.#Pinocchio #tomhanks #disney #animation #waltdisney #movies #podcast #disneyplus #entertainmentFor all things Oh Brother, visit their official website at https://ohbpodcast.com and don't forget to subscribe to the Oh Brother podcast on YouTube.Oh Brother theme music: Dave Diaz @RevdrumAudio/video production: Nicholas Walton Cover Art: Naim Solis @lenovatoFind Oh Brother on social mediaInstagramTwitterFacebookOh Brother can be found on all major podcast platforms:Apple PodcastsSpotifyPandoraAmazon MusiciHeartRadio Actress Karissa Lee Staples
Ben (@BenSewardLewis) and Eric (@Eric_Laine) travel to Toon Town to answer the important questions of our time, such as: are cartoons attractive? Join them as they discuss the 1988 groundbreaking film by Robert Zemeckis, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, on the Pod of Dreams (@podofdreamspod). Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/46c3C827AUwbjV5oEsrhon?si=c191cad0e73d40ee Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pod-of-dreams/id1611180213 Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/2e214ba7-1c94-4838-97ac-caf666a0ddfa/pod-of-dreams Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2dvYXVkaW9hd2Vzb21lcG9kb2ZkcmVhbXMvZmVlZC54bWw?sa=X&ved=0CBoQ27cFahcKEwjY-vrGrpv2AhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQLA You can listen to all our prior episodes with the following link: https://goaudioawesomepodofdreams.podbean.com/ Or wherever you get your podcasts!
SPECIAL SNEAK PREVIEWListen to this special preview and then subscribe to PEOPLE ALSO WATCHED on Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/people-also-watched/id1646796443Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5AnBRm8v09vlTEA9W56gdW?si=ede2f61b506d40a2Tara, Adam & Dave pull the strings on two Pinocchio movies! The first is the live action...is it live action?...remake from Robert Zemeckis, Disney+'s PINOCCHIO starring Tom Hanks, Keegan-Michael Key, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and they also watched Trimark Pictures' PINOCCHIO'S REVENGE a 1996 horror/thriller from writer/director Kevin Tenney! ***Every month, studios release big-budget features and for every one of those, there are a ton of lesser-known movies you just might love.Join Tara, Adam, & Dave, industry insiders clinging onto the lower rungs of the Hollywood ladder, as they compare a new release to an older, nearly forgotten movie. If you love the big-name, big-budget movies and the little-known movies that you think everybody must see, then you'll want to get to know what People Also Watched…!***People Also Watched theme written & performed by: Brian Ruppenkamp***Follow us on twitter/insta @PeopleAlsoWatchFollow Tara on twitter/insta @TarTarSauce1Follow Dave on twitter/insta @SuperDaveAwesumFollow Adam on Insta @UrJester
Today we're going back waaay back in time! To the Wild West, where we discuss Rodney Dangerfield, a challenge to spin a harmonica like ZZ Top, and whether or not this movie has any plot holes. It's a grand ole' time filled with fun with some of our favorite guests, the brothers Eden! Listen to 90 Under 90 And join their Patreon Watch An Intervention Listen to Micah's new single and preorder the album: As the Deer Panteth for Water Help us get to 50 Patrons by the end of the year so we can cover every Pixar movie! - Sign up for $3 Join our Facebook Group - Facebook
It's stupid is as stupid does as Jonny and Darin welcome Gareth Green of the Popcorn Digest podcast to chat at length about Robert Zemeckis's technical masterwork, FORREST GUMP. We talk floating feathers, shrimp, ping pong, Vietnam, shrimp, Mamas, Bubbas, shrimp, boxes of chocolate, and everything else that makes up this Best Picture-winning black comedy fantasy confection. You never know what you're gonna get!
She's a home wrecker. She's a man-eater. And she's a BAD actress. Join us and returning guest Tommy Schwanfelder as we discuss the campy classic DEATH BECOMES HER. We've got Meryl, we've got Goldie and we've got Bruce—all directed by the legendary Robert Zemeckis! Grab your tub of frosting and enjoy the Drag community's favorite movie. Siempre Vida!For more information about the show go tohttps://www.whatdoyoumedia.comOr Send us an email at email@example.comThank you to James Alexander for creating the awesome artwork for this show! Check out his instagram at https://instagram.com/pleasantviewdesigns?igshid=NDBlY2NjN2I=Follow the show on social media!!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WhatdoyoumeanY4Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/What-Do-You-Mean-Youve-Never-Seen-107380251977450/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/whatdoyoumeanyouveneverseen?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKK5WkxviFwkBDV38XC43nQ Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatdoyoumedia TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@whatdoumeanuveneverseen?Smells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Champs and Shade PodcastA PREACHER'S DAUGHTER AND A WANNABE HIPPIE WALK INTO A BAR….. WE'LL TELL YOU ALL ABOUT...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Tate picks a movie he has seen and watched with Sage but doesn't remember seeing. That movie? Romancing the Stone from 1984 starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, and Danny DeVito. Tate and Jacob think they should have leaned harder into one single category, romance, comedy, or adventure, Sage talks about how he enjoyed it more a second time and thinks that's because he went in with a different mindset, and we also discuss Michael Douglas' former escapades. This movie was directed by Robert Zemeckis. GD4AM: 70/100 IMDb: 6.9/10 Metacritic: 63/100 RT: 86% A mousy romance novelist sets off for Colombia to ransom her kidnapped sister and soon finds herself in the middle of a dangerous adventure hunting for treasure with a mercenary rogue. This movie is currently streaming on HBOMAX. NEXT MOVIE REVIEW: The beginning of FRANCHISE FRENZY! We start our new special, where we will be reviewing entire series or franchises of movies, one by one, with Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark - currently streaming on Showtime. These reviews will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel, with our first episode being recorded on 09/27.
This week's episode the secret world is ulcer as a Devon who is more chili than man leads a discussion focusing on the current state of video games buoyed by the release of “Return to Monkey Island” and gives a brief history of exploitation in comic books. Then, Sejohn takes us to the cinema to discuss the latest motion capture work from Robert Zemeckis with his live-action remake of Disney's Pinocchio, which spirals into more fun with some of the latest offerings on the Silver Screen.
This week we're talking director Robert Zemeckis' filmography. "Who's Robert Zemeckis?" Oh, nobody... just the director of Back to the Future, Forrest Gump, Contact, Cast Away, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and much much more!Also discussed:1. Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale's struggles in Hollywood2. Diane Thomas' Wikipedia3. We forget the name of the kid from Problem Child. It's Junior. Sorry!4. Phil actually *did* say he was "street shart"5. Judge Doom hanging outside bathroom at ILM6. We weigh in on the Little Mermaid controversy7. Kevin Sorbo's Real SurnameJoin us on our Patreon this week where we'll talking about Slasher Camp ClichesSupport the show
We're back from the past and currently in the future, but now we need to go to the future future, then back to the present then back to the past, before going back to the past again. Got it! Good! Today we're joined by the wonder Max Miller to dissect this strange and wonderful sequel. Follow Max and listen to Bob's Credits Listen to Micah's new single and preorder the album: As the Deer Panteth for Water Help us get to 50 Patrons by the end of the year so we can cover every Pixar movie! - Sign up for $3 Join our Facebook Group - Facebook
We wrap up our return to the Back to the Future trilogy with Robert Zemeckis' finale from 1990: BACK TO THE FUTURE PART III. What do we think of the western direction they took? Does it hold up better than the second film? And why do all of their relatives look exactly the same? Tune in!
Now a warning? This week on the podcast, Gavin and Louie go back in time to take a deep dive into the career of the director and technical wizard Robert Zemeckis! From Back to the Future to Death Becomes Her, Who Framed Roger Rabbit to Cast Away! Run, Forrest, run to this episode! If you have any questions/comments/suggestions for the show, follow us on twitter @TheMixedReviews, like us on Facebook, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit our Instagram or TikTok for extra content, or stop by our shop and pick up some podcast merchandise! Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Spotify, Podchaser, Audible, or Google.
“Is this thing on?” Taking a brief pause in the Renaissance Era, film journalist Ben Travis and animation academic Sam Summers come to you LIVE from the London Podcast Festival 2022 to present a special live-action (in more ways than one) class on 1988's Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Not only did it give Ben an excuse to finally watch the film for the first time, but it brought us face-to-face with Disniversity students at last – talking through Robert Zemeckis' mind-blowing, medium-blending favourite. Get ready for a deep-dive into all the Disney cameos, explorations of the film's cartoonish reality, the adorable wounded hearts of Roger Rabbit and Eddie Valiant, the terror of Judge Doom, the politics of Jessica Rabbit, and the very, very different novel it was drawn from. Plus, Sam gives an epic recap of the entire Disney story so far, and the audience delivers some very helpful sing-alongs. Regular class resumes next time! Huge thanks to everyone who attended the show, and to Kings Place for hosting. Next up: Beauty & The Beast Disniversity is brought to you by Ben Travis (@benstravis) and Sam Summers (@samsummers0), with art by Olly Gibbs and music by Nafets. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @disniversity. This podcast is not affiliated with Disney. — Welcome to Disniversity, the podcast crash course through the history of Disney's animated classics, with film journalist Ben Travis and animation academic Dr. Sam Summers. Each week, we'll be moving forward in time through the legendary Walt Disney Animation Studios catalogue, watching every feature film in chronological order – from Snow White to Encanto. Watch along with us, and listen as we explore each film's historical context, advances in animation and lasting legacy, and talk about how they stand up today.
SPIN ME ROUND is available On Demand and streaming on AMC+! This week, Alrik and Liz welcome writer/director Jeff Baena, the filmmaker behind Life after Beth, Joshy, The Little Hours and Horse Girl to talk about his latest film Spin Me Round starring Allison Brie. Jeff also talks about interning for Robert Zemeckis and writing I Heart Huckabees with David O. Russell. After that we play another round of The Game. Enjoy! Pre-order The Alternate on Itunes Now Coming out 9/13: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/the-alternate/id1640576609?ls=1 Sign up for Casting Networks today at: https://www.castingnetworks.com/movies/ For 20% off your Jambox subscription use code MMIH @ jambox.io Check out the ISA at: www.networkisa.org
You can lose yourself in cinema -- and you can find yourself in it. Jai Arjun Singh and Subrat Mohanty join Amit Varma in episode 294 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about the films in their lives, why we should watch old films, why we should watch new films, why Bollywood and Hollywood and other woods are all great, and why we live in a wonderful technicolor world. This episode is a celebration of cinema! (For full linked show notes, go to SeenUnseen.in.) Also check out: 1. Jai Arjun Singh on Twitter and Instagram. 2. Haal-Chaal Theek Thaak Hai -- Subrat Mohanty and Pavan Jha's podcast. 3. Jai Arjun Singh Lost It at the Movies -- Episode 230 of The Seen and the Unseen. 4. Jabberwock — Jai Arjun Singh's blog. 5. Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron: Seriously Funny Since 1983 — Jai Arjun Singh. 6. The World of Hrishikesh Mukherjee -- Jai Arjun Singh. 7. Popcorn Essayists: What Movies do to Writers -- Edited by Jai Arjun Singh. 8. The Golden Era -- Subrat Mohanty's YouTube playlist of 100 lesser-known songs from the golden era of Hindi film music (mostly 1935-65). 9. The Unseen Lata -- Subrat Mohanty's YouTube playlist of 54 lesser-heard songs from Lata Mangeshkar, from 1948 to 1976. 10. Old posts by Subrat Mohanty from the Passion For Cinema web archives. 11. Some Spotify playlists, courtesy Nishant Shah, from Haal-Chaal Theek Thaak Hai episodes: 1, 2, 3, 4. 12. Pavan Jha's YouTube channel. 13. The only 1980s Maltova Mum commercial I could locate from the 1980s. (Couldn't find Singer.) 14. Kashmir Ki Kali -- Shakti Samanta. 15. Mughal-E-Azam -- K Asif. 16. Khuda Nigehbaan Ho -- Song from Mughal-E-Azam, sung by Lata Mangeshkar, music by Naushad, lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni. 17. Cinema Paradiso -- Giuseppe Tornatore. 18. Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan -- talk show by Tabassum. 19. Old episodes of Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan with RD Burman, Deepti Naval, Anand Bakshi and Bhupinder. 20. The Indiana Jones and Superman franchises. 21. The Evil Dead -- Sam Raimi. 22. Sam Raimi, Wes Craven and John Carpenter. 23. The Fugitive and The Bodyguard. 24. The Unbearable Lightness of Being -- Milan Kundera. 25. The Antichrist -- Friedrich Nietzsche. 26. The 400 Blows -- Francois Truffaut. 27. Salò, or The 120 Days of Sodom -- Pier Paolo Pasolini. 28. Łódź Film School and Andrzej Wajda. 29. Do the Right Thing -- Spike Lee. 30. On Exactitude in Science (Wikipedia) -- Jorge Luis Borges. 31. Titus Andronicus -- William Shakespeare. 32. A Chess Story (previously published as The Royal Game) -- Stefan Zweig. 33. The World of Yesterday -- Stefan Zweig. 34. The Friday the 13th franchise. 35. Tracy and Hepburn -- Garson Kanin. 36. Bhimsen Joshi, Mallikarjun Mansur, Kumar Gandharva and Lata Mangeshkar on Spotify. 37. Vijay Anand, Guru Dutt, Raj Kapoor, Bimal Roy and Hrishikesh Mukherjee. 38. Guide -- Vijay Anand. 39. Kaagaz Ke Phool -- Guru Dutt. 40. Jean-Luc Godard and Federico Fellini. 41. Shankar–Jaikishan, Hasrat Jaipuri, Shailendra, Mukesh, KA Abbas, Ramanand Sagar and Kidar Sharma. 42. Aag, Satyam Shivam Sundaram, Awaara, Barsaat and Shree 420.43. Nargis and Nadira. 44. Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh -- Song from Shree 420, sung by Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey, music by Shankar-Jaikishan, lyrics by Shailendra. 45. Orson Welles. 46. Squid Game on Netflix. 47. The Immediate Experience -- Robert Warshow. 48. Dil Dhadakne Do, Luck by Chance and Gully Boy -- Zoya Akhtar. 49. Casablanca -- Michael Curtiz. 50. Yudh and Tridev -- Rajiv Rai. 51. Amit Varma's Twitter threads on the MAMI festival from 2018 and 2019. 52. The Art of Translation -- Episode 168 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Arunava Sinha). 53. Dead Poet's Society -- Peter Weir. 54. The desire to help, and the desire not to be helped — Roger Ebert's review of Goodbye Solo. 55. Pauline Kael on Amazon. 56. Dekalog — Krzysztof Kieślowski. (And Roger Ebert's essay on it.) 57. The Dead — John Huston. 58. In the Bedroom -- Todd Field. 59. Devdas (Sanjay Leela Bhansali) and Parineeta (Pradeep Sarkar). 60. Salman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy and Vikram Seth. 61. Raag Darbari (Hindi) (English) — Shrilal Shukla. 62. PG Wodehouse on Amazon and Wikipedia. 63. Films, Feminism, Paromita — Episode 155 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Paromita Vohra). 64. Dharmyug and Dharamvir Bharati. 65. Andha Yug (Hindi) (English) -- Dharamvir Bharati. 66. Suraj ka Satvaan Ghoda -- Dharamvir Bharati. 67. Gunahon Ka Devta — Dharamvir Bharati. 68. Sara Rai Inhales Literature — Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 69. The Life and Times of Mrinal Pande — Episode 263 of The Seen and the Unseen. 70. Anil Biswas, SD Burman, Chitragupt, Roshan, C Ramchandra and Madan Mohan. 71. Naushad and Aan. 72. Maan Mera Ehsan -- Song from Aan, sung by Mohammad Rafi, music by Naushad, lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni. 73. Sebastian D'Souza, Anthony Gonsalves, Ghulam Mohammed and Mohammed Shafi. 74. Khayyam and RD Burman. 75. The Long Tail -- Chris Anderson. 76. The Sound of Music -- Robert Wise. 77. Do-Re-Mi -- Song from The Sound of Music. 78. Giacomo Puccini and Giuseppe Verdi on Spotify. 79. Tosca -- Giacomo Puccini -- performed at Arena di Verona. 80. Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo, Lizzo and Billie Eilish on Spotify. 81. About That Time -- Lizzo. 82. Renaissance -- Beyoncé. 83. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil -- Karan Johar. 84. Aar Paar, Geeta Dutt and Eminem. 85. Pet Shop Boys, Guns N' Roses, U2, REM and Stone Temple Pilots on Spotify. 86. Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. 87. How This Nobel Has Redefined Literature -- Amit Varma. 88. Mera Joota Hai Japani -- Song from Shree 420, sung by Mukesh, music by Shankar-Jaikishen, lyrics by Shailendra. 89. Sahir Ludhianvi and Majrooh Sultanpuri. 90. Do Bigha Zamin -- Bimal Roy. 91. Dharti Kahe Pukaar Ke -- Song from Do Bigha Zamin, sung by Manna Dey and Lata Mangeshkar, music by Salil Chowdhury, lyrics by Shailendra. 92. Varun Grover Is in the House -- Episode 292 of The Seen and the Unseen. 93. Mondegreen. 94. Tragedy -- Bee Gees. 95. Aap Jaisa Koi -- Song from Qurbani, sung by Nazia Hassan, music by Biddu Appaiah, lyrics by Masth Ali & Shashi Pritam. 96. Ek Akela Is Shaher Mein -- Song from Gharaonda, sung by Bhupinder Singh, music by Jaidev, lyrics by Gulzar. 97. Jonathan Haidt on Amazon. 98. Amar Akbar Anthony and Andrei Tarkovsky. 99. 2001: A Space Odyssey -- Stanley Kubrick. 100. Mirza Ghalib (and the show on him by Gulzar). 101. Roy Lichtenstein, Drowning Girl, Jackson Pollock, René Magritte, Pablo Picasso and the Pre-Raphaelites. 102. The Wire, Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. 103. Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorcese, Quentin Tarantino, Coen Brothers and Preston Sturges. 104. Ball of Fire -- Howard Hawks. 105. The Lady Eve -- Preston Sturges. 106. Barbara Stanwyck and Lawrence Olivier. 107. Francis Ford Coppola, Brian De Palma and Alfred Hitchcock. 108. How to Read and Why -- Harold Bloom. 109. Malayankunju -- Sajimon Prabhakar. 110. Muqaddar Ka Sikandar -- Prakash Mehra. 111. Agatha Christie on Amazon and Wikipedia. 112. Nayak -- Satyajit Ray. 113. Prakash Mehra and Kader Khan. 114. Laawaris -- Prakash Mehra. 115. Don and Majboor. 116. Sample SSR conspiracy theory: He's alive! 117. David Cronenberg. 118. Masaan — Directed by Neeraj Ghaywan and written by Varun Grover. 119. Moonlight — Barry Jenkins. 120. Chacha Bhatija, Parvarish, Amar Akbar Anthony and Dharam Veer -- Manmohan Desai. 121. Man, Woman and Child -- Erich Segal. 122. Man, Woman and Child (1983 film) -- Dick Richards. 123. Masoom -- Shekhar Kapoor. 124. Shyam Benegal, Govind Nihalani, Mani Kaul, Kumar Shahani, Mrinal Sen and Robert Bresson. 125. Au Hasard Balthazar -- Robert Bresson. 126. Uski Roti -- Mani Kaul. 127. Narendra Shenoy and Mr Narendra Shenoy — Episode 250 of The Seen and the Unseen. 128. Calcutta 71 -- Mrinal Sen. 129. Ivan's Childhood, Solaris and Andrei Rublev -- Andrei Tarkovsky. 130. Stanislaw Lem on Amazon and Wikipedia. 131. Cahiers du Cinéma and Mayapuri. 132. Black Friday and Paanch -- Anurag Kashyap. 133. Navdeep Singh, Sudhir Mishra, Neeraj Ghaywan, Raj Kumar Gupta and Rajkumar Kohli. 134. Nagin and Nagina. 135. Jaani Dushman -- Rajkumar Kohli. 136. Three Colors: Blue -- Krzysztof Kieślowski. 137. Three Colors: Red -- Krzysztof Kieślowski. 138. Three Colors: White -- Krzysztof Kieślowski. 139. The Double Life of Veronique -- Krzysztof Kieślowski. 140. The legendary Babbar Subhash. 141. Dance Dance -- Babbar Subhash. 142. Aagaya Aagaya Halwa Wala -- Song from Dance Dance. 143. Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro -- Kundan Shah. 144. Leke Pehla Pehla Pyar -- Song from CID, sung by Shamshad Begum, Asha Bhosle and Mohammad Rafi., music by OP Nayyar, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. 145. Rote Hue Aate Hain Sab -- Song from Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, sung by Kishore Kumar, music by Kalyani-Anandji, lyrics by Anjaan. 146. Kai Baar Yun Bhi Dekha Hai -- Song from Rajnigandha, sung by Mukesh, music by Salil Chowdhury, lyrics by Yogesh. 147. Rim Jhim Gire Saawan -- Song from Manzil, sung by Lata Mangeshkar, music by RD Burman, lyrics by Yogesh. 148. Andrew Sarris and André Bazin. 149. Sergei Eisenstein and the Odessa Steps sequence. 150. Court — Chaitanya Tamhane. 151. Khosla Ka Ghosla, Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!, Love Sex Aur Dhokha, Shanghai and Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! -- Dibakar Banerjee. 152. Jean Renoir. 153. Akira Kurosawa and Yasujirō Ozu. 154. Tokyo Story -- Yasujirō Ozu. 155. Rashomon -- Akira Kurosawa. 156. The 2012 Sight and Sound poll of the 100 Greatest Films of All Time. 157. Early Summer -- Yasujirō Ozu. 158. Make Way for Tomorrow -- Leo McCarey. 159. Citizen Kane -- Orson Welles. 160. Vertigo -- Alfred Hitchcock. 161. Setsuko Hara. 162. Sara Akash -- Basu Chatterjee. 163. Bhuvan Shome -- Mrinal Sen. 164. KK Mahajan. 165. One Cut of the Dead -- Shin'ichirō Ueda. 166. Unsane -- Steven Soderbergh. 167. Promising Young Woman -- Emerald Fennell. 168. Psycho -- Alfred Hitchcock. 169. Hitchcock's Films Revisited -- Robin Wood. 170. Picnic at Hanging Rock, Gallipoli, Witness, Dead Poet's Society and The Truman Show -- Peter Weir. 171. Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. 172. John Ford and Girish Shahane. 173. Everything is Cinema -- Don Palathara. 174. Hi Mom! -- Brian De Palma. 175. Taxi Driver -- Martin Scorcese. 176. Joyful Mystery -- Don Palathara. 177. The Postman Always Rings Twice -- Tay Garnett. 178. Treasure of the Sierra Madre -- John Huston. 179. Noir's arc - notes on an excellent anthology -- Jai Arjun Singh. 180. Key Largo -- John Huston. 181. Gun Crazy -- Joseph H Lewis. 182. Sullivan's Travels -- Preston Sturges. 183. O Brother, Where Art Thou? -- Coen Brothers. 184. Winchester '73 and Bend of the River -- Anthony Mann. 185. Shaheed (1948) -- Ramesh Saigal, starring Dilip Kumar. 186. Andaz -- Mehboob Khan. 187. Duniya Na Mane -- V Shantaram. 188. Some Like it Hot and Ace in the Hole -- Billy Wilder. 189. Ernst Lubitsch and James Wong Howe. 190. Sweet Smell of Success -- Alexander Mackendrick. 191. Mere Apne -- Gulzar. 192. Haal Chaal Thik Thak Hai -- Song from Mere Apne, sung by Kishore Kumar and Mukesh, music by Salil Chowdhury, lyrics by Gulzar. 193. Mr Sampat -- SS Vasan. 194. Miss Malini -- Kothamangalam Subbu. 195. Mr. Sampath: The Printer Of Malgudi -- RK Narayan. 196. Achhe Din Aa Rahe Hain -- Song from Mr Sampat, sung by Shamshad Begum and ML Vasantakumari, music by Balkrishna Kalla, lyrics by Pandit Indra Chander. 197. Parakh -- Bimal Roy. 198. O Sajna Barkha Bahaar Aayee -- Song from Parakh, sung by Lata Mangeshkar, music by Salil Chowdhury, lyrics by Shailendra. 199. Oonche Log -- Phani Majumdar. 200. Major Chandrakanth -- K Balachander. 201. Jaag Dil-E-Deewana -- Song from Oonche Log, sung by Mohammad Rafi, music by Chitragupt, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. 202. Birendranath Sircar, RC Boral and Timir Baran. 203. PC Barua, Bimal Roy and KL Saigal. 204. Devdas (1936) -- PC Barua. 205. President -- Nitin Bose. 206. Ek Bangla Bane Nyara -- Song from President, sung by KL Saigal, music by RC Boral, lyrcs by Kidar Sharma. 207. Street Singer -- Phani Majumdar. 208. Babul Mora Naihar Chhooto Hi Jaye -- Song from Street Singer, sung by KL Saigal, music by RC Boral, lyrics by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah. 209. Wajid Ali Shah. 210. Shatranj Ke Khilari -- Satyajit Ray. 211. Duniya, Yeh Duniya, Toofan Mail-- Song from Jawab, sung by Kanan Devi, music by Kamal Dasgupta, lyrics by Pandit Madhur. 212. Rajnigandha -- Basu Chatterjee. 213. Rajnigandha/राजनीगंधा -- Mannu Bhandari. 214. The Conversation -- Francis Ford Coppola. 215. Deer Hunter -- Michael Cimino. 216. The Godfather -- Francis Ford Coppola. 217. The Godfather: Part 2 -- Francis Ford Coppola. 218. Sisters -- Brian De Palma. 219. Blow Out -- Brian De Palma. 220. Blowup -- Michelangelo Antonioni. 221. The Long Goodbye and Nashville -- Robert Altman. 222. The Missouri Breaks -- Arthur Penn. 223. The Last Picture Show, Paper Moon, What's Up, Doc? and Targets -- Peter Bogdanovich. 224. This is Orson Welles -- Orson Welles and Peter Bogdanovich. 225. Hitchcock -- Francois Truffaut. 226. Bringing Up Baby, His Girl Friday, The Big Sleep and To Have and Have Not -- Howard Hawks. 227. The Big Sleep -- Raymond Chandler. 228. William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway on Amazon. 229. Johny Mera Naam and Jewel Thief -- Vijay Anand. 230. Sholay -- Ramesh Sippy. 231. Back to the Future -- Robert Zemeckis. 232. Mr India -- Shekhar Kapoor. 233. Rahul Rawail, JP Dutta, Mukul Anand and Rajiv Rai. 234. Hathyar and Ghulami -- JP Dutta. 235. Raat Bhat Jaam Se Jaam Takrayega -- Song from Tridev with galaxy of villains. 236. Naseeb -- Manmohan Desai. 237. Dan Dhanoa, Mahesh Anand, Dalip Tahil and Tej Sapru. 238. The Ramsay Brothers! 239. Don't Disturb the Dead: The Story of the Ramsay Brothers -- Shamya Dasgupta. 240. Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche -- Tulsi and Shyam Ramsay. 241. Veerana -- Ramsay Brothers. 242. Purana Mandir -- Ramsay Brothers. 243. Govinda! 244. Ilzaam -- Shibu Mitra. 245. I am a Street Dancer and Main Aaya Tere Liye from Ilzaam. 246. Jackie Brown and Pulp Fiction -- Quentin Tarantino. 247. Halloween -- John Carpenter. 248. A Nightmare on Elm Street -- Wes Craven. 249. Scream -- Wes Craven. 250. Terminator 2: Judgment Day -- James Cameron. 251. Mad Max: Fury Road -- George Miller. 252. Nicholas Cage and Keanu Reeves. 253. Wild at Heart -- David Lynch. 254. Red Rock West -- John Dahl. 255. The Last Seduction -- John Dahl. 256. Edward Norton in American History X and Rounders. 257. New Delhi Times -- Ramesh Sharma. 258. Drohkaal -- Govind Niahalani. 259. Gupt and Mohra by Rajiv Rai. 260. Sonam! 261. Wild -- Nicolette Krebitz. 262. Waves -- Trey Edward Shults. 263. Climax -- Gaspar Noé. 264. Mother! -- Darren Aronofsky. 265 Eho — Dren Zherka. 266. The Magic Mountain -- Thomas Mann. 267. Invisible Cities -- Italo Calvino. 268. Cosmicomics -- Itali Calvino. 269. If on a Winter's Night a Traveller -- Italo Calvino. 270. A House For Mr Biswas -- VS Naipaul. 271. A Bend in the River -- VS Naipaul. 272. Middlemarch -- George Eliot. 273. Mrs Dalloway -- Virginia Woolf. 274. To the Lighthouse -- Virginia Woolf. 275. Decline and Fall -- Evelyn Waugh. 276. Scoop -- Evelyn Waugh. 277. Brighton Rock -- Graham Greene. 278. Brighton Rock (1948 film) -- John Boulting. 279. Kingsley Amis and Martin Amis. 280. Lucky Jim -- Kingsley Amis. 281. The Siege Of Krishnapur -- JG Farrell. 282. Alfie -- Lewis Gilbert. 283. Get Carter -- Mike Hodges. 284. Blame it on Rio -- Stanley Donen. 285. Gangs of Wasseypur -- Anurag Kashyap. 286. Tamas -- Govind Nihalani. This episode is sponsored by Capital Mind. Check out their offerings here. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art by Simahina, in a homage to Jackson Pollock.
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