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It's all about Commander Cobra in this highly requested special replay show, including 20 questions the gang has always wanted to ask CC, why comedian Robin Williams was a dick, how many Dallas Cheerleaders can you fit inside a helicopter and how not to vomit while airborne. Also, the beginnings of the on-going & usually heated debate on whether Popeye was in the US Navy or the Coast Guard. Plus, Switch explains how he had rum for breakfast & then suddenly shaved off his beard.
It's all about Commander Cobra in this highly requested special replay, including 20 questions the gang has always wanted to ask CC, why comedian Robin Williams was a dick, how many Dallas Cheerleaders can you fit inside a helicopter and how not to vomit while airborne. Also, the beginnings of the on-going & usually heated debate on whether Popeye was in the US Navy or the Coast Guard. Plus, Switch explains how he had rum for breakfast & then suddenly shaved off his beard. To get a free bag of MMMXFiles swag, go to www.mackmaloney.com & hit the contact button. Mack Maloney Online: Website - https://www.mackmaloney.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WingmanMack/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/MilitaryXFiles Twitter - https://twitter.com/WingmanMack Amazon – https://amzn.to/2IlFRkq
Descructive humans, sexy fairies, and one very sensual smog monster––this movie has everything. Join sisters Lindsay and Halle as they add new characters to their hot cartoons list and continue to obsess over all things Robin Williams and Tim Curry.
Steve is back with the Nashville boys Reno, John and Aaron. They break down stand up from Dave Chapelle, Robin Williams and Mark Normand. Live Dates - www.stevebyrnelive.com IG - instagram.com/stevebyrnelive Twitter - twitter.com/stevebyrnelive Facebook - Facebook.com/stevebyrnelive
Invaluable comedian, actor and former podcaster Cole Stratton stops by to reminisce on how his comedienne friend Lorraine Newman is his neighbor, approaching make-up based acting, cancelling out internet trolls, how comedians get dramatic acting opportunities & memories of the legendary Robin Williams' appearances at his co-founded comedy festival, The San Francisco SketchFest! It all collides in grand fashion so don't miss an hour of this inspiring yet cheerful interview chat! MAIN LINKS: LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/JURSPodcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/JackedUpReviewShow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackedUpReview Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacked_up_podcast/ SHOW LINKS: YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCIyMawFPgvOpOUhKcQo4eQQ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-jacked-up-review-show-59422651/ Podbean: https://jackedupreviewshow.podbean.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7Eg8w0DNympD6SQXSj1X3M Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast/id1494236218 RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/the-jacked-up-review-show-We4VjE Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1494236218/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNDYyOTdjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Anchor: https://anchor.fm/s/a46297c/podcast/rss PocketCasts: https://pca.st/0ncd5qp4 CastBox: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Jacked-Up-Review-Show-Podcast-id2591222
June is pride month and we are doing our first official pride episode of Ruin My Childhood! We are excited to be discussing The Birdcage staring Robin Williams, Nathan Lane, and Gene Hackman. Listen to Kat and Mike break down the iconic film and see if it stands the test of time!At MDXpods we strive to be allies but recognize our hosts come from privileged backgrounds. We want all of our LGBTQIA+ listeners know that we here to listen and learn. If anything we said in this episode is not accurate or feels harmful in anyway, please reach out to us and we commit to being humble and willing to learn+We are now on YouTube!Listen to our other great podcast, Remake Rewind, starring Mike and Alex! Available every other Friday!Get a free audio book and one free month of audible on us! AudibleTrial.com/MDXpodsSupport us on Patreon.com/MDXpods and help get Mike his webshooters and microphone stands!Check us out on Instagram and Twitter @MDXpods. We are on Facebook.com/MDXpods. Check us out at MDXpods.comListen to Remake Rewind, another great podcast from MDXpods.Leave us a voicemail to ask us a question! Call 64MDXpods1 (646-397-6371).
Dana Carvey joins Conan writer Mike Sweeney to discuss meeting Conan at Saturday Night Live, the genius and humility of Robin Williams, the key to a good Beatles impression, and the time Regis Philbin heckled Sweeney. Plus Mike and Jessie answer a listener question about wrestling Conan.Got a question for Inside Conan? Call our voicemail: (323) 209-5303 and e-mail us at email@example.com.
THE BIRDCAGE (1996) Kicking off our celebration for Pride Month, the Cinema Chicks are jumping into the 1996 classic, BIRDCAGE! With a star-studded cast including the late Robin Williams and Nathan Lane, we couldn't get enough of the performances in this! Tune in to hear all of our thoughts, you won't want to miss it! *THIS EPISODE CONTAINS SPOILERS* THE BIRDCAGE (1996) is available on HBO MAX, Amazon Prime with Cinemax, and Hulu with Cinemax Let's be friends! Follow us at thecinemachicks on Instagram! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinema-chicks/support
Another day another podcast! Hosts David and Paris are joined by screenwriter and freelance creative Connor Prichard - one of the creators of ‘Workaholics', a long-time comedy human, and writing teacher, to discuss ‘Sunset Blvd' (1950). Starring Gloria Swanson, William Holden, Nancy Olsen, and even Cecil B. DeMille makes an appearance in this AFI 100 film about a screenwriter who develops a dangerous relationship with a faded film star determined to make a triumphant return. A very relevant story for today's world, you're not going to want to miss this episode where we learn about Connors start in the business (hint: it involves growing up around folks like Robin Williams, AND borrowing an uncle's porn studio in the valley), breaking into the film business, and all things going mad for your art. Relevant links: Script Anatomy: https://scriptanatomy.com/ OnlyWriter: https://onlywriters.co
It's almost Father's Day! The TechnoRetro Dads look at some of the (scientifically minded) father figures that influenced them in movies and TV. Jay and Shua celebrate Dad-dom on Enjoy Stuff Not all scientists are trying to reanimate the dead. Dr. Frankenstein may not have been a good father figure, but there were plenty of good influences in movies and TV. This week we remember some of the father figures we Enjoy classic movie dads. News Big Hero 6 will soon come to Disney+ The prankster kid from Jaws is now a police chief on the island where the movie was filmed Did you get the limited edition mashup of Peanut Butter Ritz and Oreos? Season 2 of the Godzilla animated series is being released for the first time since it was on TV Check out this sweet ET Atari T-shirt given to the crew that excavated the Alamogordo landfill What we're Enjoying So much great stuff to enjoy this week! Shua can't say enough great stuff about the Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi. Such a phenomenal story. Jay likes that too, and is also watching Stranger Things and Love, Death, and Robots. So much great stuff to catch up on and Enjoy! Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Be sure to check out Jay's articles on Retrozap.com. In the last few weeks he has covered the Kurt Russell film that started a TV franchise, Stargate; the first Trek movie with Picard as the captain, Star Trek Generations; and Godzilla vs Space Godzilla. And make sure to check out MCULocationScout.com for some Ms Marvel locations. Enjoy Fathers! Did you have a positive father figure in your life? We hope so. Even though both Jay and Shua had supportive and teacherly dads, they still were influenced by other dads in movies and TV. Back in the 60s, Fred MacMurray brought his Absent Minded Professor to life when he helped the students at Medfield College achieve greatness through flubber. For the next generation, Robin Williams did the same thing in the remake, Flubber. While neither of these scientists had children, they were good role models to young people and made sure the bad guy got what was coming to him too. Rick Moranis played a father named Wayne Szalinski, who accidentally shrunk his kids in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. He may not be responsible when it comes to safely securing his equipment, he would do anything to protect his kids. Another Disney Dad that taught valuable lessons was Cornelius Robinson in Meet the Robinsons. Though there was a complex path for Lewis to get Cornelius's advice, it was still a great message. Doc Brown didn't have kids of his own, but I bet he felt like he was raising young Marty McFly through all of their time traveling adventures. In the end he had a great message that Marty could pass down to all his children that Doc probably visited too. And we have some honorable mention ‘dads' too. These TV scientist help us learn the value of lighting things on fire in our kitchen along with many other lessons. Who can you honor this week during Father's Day? What valuable lesson, science or otherwise, did that person teach you? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Science rules!” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
This week is part 3 of the celebrity death conspiracy series.Are the Illuminiati responsible for the deaths of Robin Williams, Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston and Brittany Murphy?patreon.com/whatkastSupport the show
15 Year Catch Up: We have some catching up to do as some fine listeners have sent in some audio and some kind words about your favorite boys, Jim and Them.Death And The Modern Blockbuster: With all of these legacy sequels and reunions of original characters from the past 40+ years, it's amazing that most of them are still alive! Who is the next to go and what will it mean to you?Who's To Blame?: Who is actually at fault for all of the bad Star Wars we have to deal with? Is it solely Kathleen Kennedy or is it more complicated than that? Also where is all of the E.T. 40th Anniversary Merch!?DON'T KNOW HOW TO FEEL!, MORALITY WISE!, BREAKING BAD!, FELINA!, RETENTION!, PODCASTS!, END OF EACH PARTS!, EVERY FRIDAY!, CUMMIES!, PATREON!, TAKE ME TO CHURCH!, NOAH!, ARNOFSKY!, SKIM AND THEM!, HANG!, CASINO!, CATCH UP!, 15 YEAR CELEBRATION!, EMAILS!, AUDIO!, PEEPAW!, WHAR!, TWFS!, ARCHIVES!, SLING BLADE!, PODCAST SCUM!, SWEAR EDIT!, #727 PART 1!, BACKGROUND MUSIC!, MONTAGE!, GRIM HARALD!, ICELAND!, CHINESE HIP HOP!, IN BEIJING!, WATCH THIS!, JURASSIC WORLD DOMINION!, LEGACY SEQUALS!, REQUELS!, SCREAM!, NEVE CAMPBELL!, NOT COMING BACK!, DEWEY!, BLOCKBUSTER!, FRANCHISES!, STAR WARS!, ROBIN WILLIAMS!, DEATHS!, CARRIE FISCHER!, HAN SOLO!, HARRISON FORD!, MARK HAMILL!, SPIDERVERSE!, LOU FERRIGNO!, CAVILL!, BATMAN!, BEN AFFLECK!, SNYDER CUT!, PAUL WALKER!, FAST AND FURIOUS!, DIGITAL PAUL WALKER!, STAN LEE!, BLACK PANTHER!, WAKANDA FOREVER!, T'CHALLA!, CHADWICK BOSEMAN!, M'BAKU!, HAROLD RAMIS!, GHOSTBUSTERS!, CG DEAD PEOPLE!, FLOODGATES!, THE RISE OF SKYWALKER!, HERO MOMENT!, DOC BROWN!, BACK TO THE FUTURE!, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS!, JURASSIC PARK!, DARTH VADER!, JAMES EARL JONES!, OBI-WAN KENOBI!, YOUNG LEIA!, BOBA FETT!, KATHLEEN KENNEDY!, JJ ABRAMS!, JOSH TRANK!, COLIN TREVORROW!, WHO'S TO BLAME!?, NOT SPECIAL!, REDEEM!, JON FAVREAU!, DAVE FILONI!, THE LAST JEDI!, RLM!, SUBVERT EXPECTATIONS!, E.T.!, 40TH ANNIVERSARY!, YOUTHS!, LADIES!, GODFATHER!, MARLON BRANDO!, DEAD BY DAWN!, JON WILLIAMS!, MICHAEL J FOX!, COREY FELDMAN!, GOONIES!, CHRISTOPHER LLOYD!, DEADITE!, BRUCE CAMPBELL!, RAY LIOTTA!, SAMUEL L JACKSON!, SPIKE LEE!, PULP FICTION!, NEW BOND!, COBRA KAI!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
Tonight we watched Ferngully, the animated classic that taught us all about SAVING THE RAINFORESTS. Whatever happpened to the rainforests, guys? Are they okay? We liked these non-Disney cartoons enough, but really feel that they just miss the mark slightly in terms of their character building, song choice and plot pacing! We'll talk about all the save the earth stuff we were bombarded with as kids, agree that Robin Williams as Batty Koda is like Genie Light, and profess our undying love for Tim Curry and his wonderful voice!
Episode 630 gives Rob the week off as Stuart is joined by Guest host for the week, Chloe Traicos star of Introducing Jodea, Devils Cove and who can be seen in HBOs The Righteous Gemstones.. Stuart and Chloe cover a great many topics in this episode including toxic fandom, reviewers, favourite films, and ends up with a really lovely story about the genius that is Robin Williams. Closing Song for this episode is 'Im ready for my close up' by Daniel Iltis with Alison Lewis (The song from film Introducing Jodea) Introducing Jodea is now on digital https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/introducing-jodea/id1589300443 If you would like to pass any feedback to us, You can do so at firstname.lastname@example.org Check out https://frompage2screen.com/ for more content including reviews, competitions, interviews and movie news that you dont see everywhere else. Check out 'thegeekhouse' in groups on Facebook Video Content at https://www.youtube.com/frompage2screen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frompage2screen/
THE HALL podcast series from “Netflix is a Joke” offers an in-depth look into the lives and careers of the greats of stand-up comedy. Hosted by Cristela Alonzo, the fourth episode of THE HALL explores the brilliance of Robin Williams, whose riffing, quick-paced, stream-of-consciousness comedy wowed crowds the world over. We look at the evolution of Williams' iconic talent and generous spirit, from the perspectives of those who knew him well. We hear from Williams' friends and family, colleagues and chroniclers — including Ron Howard, Glenn Close, Barry Levinson, Rick Overton, Jay Leno, Mara Wilson, and two of Williams' kids Zelda and Zak Williams — who join us to share up-close stories of the legendary comedian and actor.
We're looking at the 1980 film from director Robert Altman and writer Jules Feifer, Popeye. Based on the King Syndicate comic by E.C. Segar, it's the story of a mariner (Robin Williams) who comes to the port town of Sweethaven looking for his father. He finds a town under the control of a mysterious man known only as The Commodore who has left his right hand man, Bluto (Paul L Smith), in charge of the city which is plagued with ruffians and an overzealous tax collector. He meets the Oyl family, a dysfunctional group whom he must redeem in order to find his father and true happiness.Father Malone and Paul Zimmerman join Mike to discuss the film while interviews include Allan F. Nicholls, Paul Dooley, and MacIntyre Dixon.
Welcome back to WWWWP! The podcast where we revisit our favourite childhood films for the first time as adults. This week we are watching John Hughes's Flubber staring Robin Williams. If you enjoy the episode, please rate us on Apple Podcasts and have your five-star review read on the next episode in the booming voice of KRONK from the hit 2000's flick The Emperor's New Groove! Follow us at @WhatWillWeWatch? Guest @Dana_Bontempo Produced by @WillemOzland Cover art by @Nickarlin Music by @JoshPolanco
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Mit der kurzen, aber bemerkenswerten Filmographie von Regisseurin Penny Marshall starten wir in den Sommer. Und was könnte die Stimmung mehr heben als ein Wiedersehen mit Whoopi Goldberg in ihrer ersten großen Hollywoodkomödie JUMPIN' JACK FLASH (1986)? Nun ja, so richtig vom sprichwörtlichen Hocker hat uns Marshalls Spielfilmdebüt nicht gerissen, aber wir rechnen es ihr mal als hilfreiche Fingerübung für ihr Meisterwerg BIG (1988) an. Zumindest Patrick ist hellauf begeistert. Dennis wiederum liebt insbesondere ZEIT DES ERWACHENS (1990) sehr, woran Patrick hier und da etwas zu Nörgeln hat. Überraschenderweise ist es aber diesmal nicht die Präsenz von Robin Williams, die ihn fuchst. Doch der gute Dennis leistet grundsolide Überzeugungsarbeit, warum die Bestsellerverfilmung nach Oliver Sacks als gelungenes, großes Gefühlskino flutscht.
In the first hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco and Rudy Salazar talk about what time of the week they do their best thinking, the hit 1996 movie Jack starring Robin Williams and Josh has a take on the Miami Heat and Jimmy Butler that relates to Mahomes and the Chiefs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The one that made movie stars out of Damon & Affleck has been discussed by nearly everybody for the past 25 years, but we managed to find several new wrinkles in this well-written dramedy about friendship, love, grief and advanced math. Matt & Ben won Oscars for their quotable script and so did Robin Williams for his heartfelt performance as Damon's therapist. Williams is at his best in Good Will Hunting and now we can see how his character has even more depth than we thought at the time. Gus Van Sant got marvelous work out of those 3 stars, not to mention Stellan Skarsgard and Minnie Driver. It's an atypical film for an arthouse director like Van Sant, but he wrings all the emotion and comedy out of apples, caramels and Bah-ston coffee. So let the quirky, cool and sexy lady win you over with a kiss as the 445th Ellises' Analysis psychoanalyzes Good Will Hunting. But, hey, don't sit around eating caramels when you can get a 20% discount off Sparkplug Coffee. Use our promo code ("top100project") to save some money, but also tweet us (@moviefiend51 and @bevellisellis) and why not seek out Ryan's sports movie podcast (Scoring At The Movies).
Sure this can be argued that this is a holiday movie, but I'm releasing it early because 1) I couldn't wait to share this one, and 2) I don't have room on my hard drive to retain it until November. James Richardson is my best friend's younger brother, and probably grew up quicker than I did!He runs outreach and missionary care in a church in Omaha, Nebraska. He shares a little bit about his mission work in Mexico City. About Hook, I ask which is better? Hook or Pirates of the Caribbean? We pretty much decide that the sets in Hook alone elevate it over the more recent pirate franchise. How cool is it that this movie morphs over time, like how as kids we relate to Jack and now as adults and parents we associate more closely to Robin Williams' character as Peter Banning. And not only did we all grow up to become Peter Banning, but like our own parents. We spend some time reminiscing about old days and our perceptions of each other, and how a lack of communication led to a lot of missed opportunities. We discuss how a lot of children don't have dads that go off and find themselves in Neverland, and how children and their parents can reconcile. How traumatic was the kidnapping scene? I think it might have scared me more than it did him.And what the heck caused Peter Pan to grow up to be an alcoholic father? It makes sense that people want to chase away the passage of time by drinking away the idea of aging. Who's the real antagonist in this movie? Peter? Hook? Or is there something else at play here? And speaking of villains, what's with that stupid taxidermic crocodile?? And what about when we as parents become our kids' bad guys? How do we deal with that? Peter tells his kids to grow up. Wendy tells them, "No growing up." I ask James who's correct. Has the pendulum swung the other way, where our parents' generation wanted us to grow up, and now as adults, we want to stay young, thus we encourage our kids to not grow up? I ask a very raw, personal, and difficult question of James: Is there any fear that would keep you from saving your kids? His answer is deep and profound and heart-breaking. Mine... is a bit different. Here is the link to the Adam Young podcast I recommend about diving into your trauma to find yourself: The Place We Find OurselvesWe finish off with a few trivia questions about Hook and James shares three other movies he'd want with him if he were stuck on a desert island. Don't forget to rate and review. Here are the socials you can find me on: InstagramFacebookTwitterEmail: Author.email@example.comThis episode was sponsored by Spur Creative
A film where a man experiences weird things but doesn't actually do anything. Kyle is a bit bewildered. Dave wants to live a different life. The Machine believes in absurdism. You can follow us on Letterboxd to see the entire list of movies we've talked about: https://letterboxd.com/kdvstm/Watch the trailer for The World According to Garp here: https://youtu.be/VmRPh1xwab8Our sponsors this week are: Alberta Blue Cross - https://www.ab.bluecross.ca - Alberta Blue Cross group benefit plans are easy to manage, anywhere, anytime and on any device, making it easy for you and your employees to access. Pod Power - With Pod Power, our sponsors are making it possible for us to amplify the voices of Albertans and Alberta podcasters. This episode, Edmonton Community Foundation is helping us give a Pod Power shout out to Your Forest - https://yourforestpodcast.com - healthy ecosystems are the bedrock of a vibrant society. This podcast exists to discover what that looks idk and how we can achieve it. Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.orgKyle and Dave vs The Machine is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comKeep up to date with Kyle and Dave vs The Machine by following its social media channels: Twitter: https://twitter.com/kdvstmInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kdvstm/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEZKUfH0IOp-lH5OQdIpvLwPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/kdvstmThis week the Machine printed out: 01000111 01100001 01110010 01110000 00111111 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
On the twenty-seventh installment of the Pop Goes The Classics series looking at the Disney animated features, Andy Atherton, Steve Riddle & Mirandia Berthold look at 1992's Aladdin They discuss the many aspects of the film including: the force of nature that Robin Williams was as The Genie; The Cave of Wonders; the conniving villain Jafar; where Iago ranks amongst Disney henchmen; the musical numbers that enhance the story tremendously; the romance between Aladdin & Jasmine; the sidekicks Abu & Carpet & the true messages of the story: being yourself and brains over brawn. The Disney Renaissance is truly under way!
The brothers are back! This week talking getting hurt camping, Publix subs, Robin Williams, the new Elvis movie starring Fat Tom Hanks and sing basically a full Marc Cohen album!Merch Link: https://snack-spot-se.creator-spring.comInstacart Link: https://instacart.oloiyb.net/vAWXNTITC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twointhecooler/?hl=enSupport the show
“Visibility equals donors. The more work you do, the more you're out there, the more people come to see the shows, the more you continue to maintain your lists of who is coming to see the work – the more easy fundraising becomes.” What is the future of theater making? How has creating theater in rehearsal rooms helped cultivate the multi-hyphenate, an economically friendly hiring option for producers? From the point of view from one of the most sought after directors and cultivators, Moisés Kaufman has incredible insight for anyone who wants to found their own company. What are the first steps? What should they be aware of? How do you raise money? Make your company official? Money can scare people – but it's imperative to understand it when creating theatre. On this episode we discuss being pushed into boxes and how that affected his journey of bringing the Tony Nominated musical Paradise Square to Broadway. Plus, there is a ticket giveaway where you and a guest can see the show! All you have to do are these two is: Follow in IG: @dearmultihyphenate Write a review – as long as you write a review from June 1st to June 13th, that review will be considered an entry! Mention how much you loved this episode with Moisés Kaufman! The winner will be announced on the next episode of Dear Multi-Hyphenate released on June 13th. Moisés Kaufman is the founder and artistic director of Tectonic Theater Project, a Tony- and Emmy-nominated director and playwright, and a 2015 recipient of the National Medal of Arts. Mr. Kaufman's Broadway directing credits include the revival of Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song, the revival of The Heiress with Jessica Chastain, 33 Variations (which he also wrote) starring Jane Fonda (Five Tony nominations); Rajiv Joseph's Pulitzer Prize finalist Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo with Robin Williams; and Doug Wright's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play I Am My Own Wife with Jefferson Mays. His play The Laramie Project (which he wrote with the Tectonic Theater Project company) is among the most performed plays in America. Kaufman also co-wrote and directed the HBO film adaptation of “The Laramie Project,” which received two Emmy Award nominations for Best Director and Best Writer. He is an Obie Award winner and a Guggenheim Fellow in Playwriting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This one was a split decision - Dan hated it and Tony cried like a baby at the sappy love story. We both agreed that it took a long time getting there. Robin Williams did his Robin Williams thing. Not so much science fiction and a protracted love story with some sci fi elements. Hate Watching is the show that never forgets.#IsaacAsimov #RobinWilliams #ChrisColumbus
Which 1980s bad boy made a daring escape from prison and later had his freedom negotiated by a former Beatle? Why did the father of a Hollywood A-lister confess to the assassination of JFK? And just how did a serial killer manage to find his own 15 minutes of fame on national television while in the middle of a killing spree? Hear the wild but true stories behind these questions as the fame, fortune, and felonies of tinseltown come alive in BADLANDS Season 4: Hollywoodland. BADLANDS is a true-crime anthology podcast from Double Elvis and Jake Brennan, executive producer of DEAR YOUNG ROCKER. This season of BADLANDS features all of these crazy-but-true tales plus the almost-too-crazy-to-be-true stories of Sean Penn, Woody Harrelson, Judy Garland, Robin Williams, Winona Ryder, Lindsay Lohan, Sharon Tate, Mickey Rourke, and Rodney Alcala, AKA The Dating Game Killer. New episodes are released every Wednesday and are available wherever you get your podcasts. Or, listen to all 10 episodes of BADLANDS Season 4: HOLLYWOODLAND on-demand, right now at amazon.com/badlands. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Which 1980s bad boy made a daring escape from prison and later had his freedom negotiated by a former Beatle? Why did the father of a Hollywood A-lister confess to the assassination of JFK? And just how did a serial killer manage to find his own 15 minutes of fame on national television while in the middle of a killing spree? Hear the wild but true stories behind these questions as the fame, fortune, and felonies of tinseltown come alive in BADLANDS Season 4: Hollywoodland. BADLANDS is a true-crime anthology podcast from Double Elvis and Jake Brennan, the creator and host of the award-winning music and true crime podcast DISGRACELAND and executive producer of CITIZEN CRITIC. This season of BADLANDS features all of these crazy-but-true tales plus the almost-too-crazy-to-be-true stories of Sean Penn, Woody Harrelson, Judy Garland, Robin Williams, Winona Ryder, Lindsay Lohan, Sharon Tate, Mickey Rourke, and Rodney Alcala, AKA The Dating Game Killer. New episodes are released every Wednesday and are available wherever you get your podcasts. Or, listen to all 10 episodes of BADLANDS Season 4: HOLLYWOODLAND on-demand, right now at amazon.com/badlands. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tony & Jeremy review Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers (2022) starring John Mulaney, Andy Sandberg, Seth Rogan & J.K. Simmons. In the second half we'll be discussing one of Tony's old favorites Good Will Hunting (1997) starring Matt Damon and Robin Williams.Chapters:Current Talk: Stranger Things 4, Think like a Freak (00:29)Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers (2022) Review: (15:14) Good Will Hunting (1997) Discussion: (32:26)The clips featured in this podcast were for critical review and parody, which are protected under the Fair Use laws of the United States Copyright Act of 1976. All rights are reserved and acknowledged.Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers (2022) - Rotten TomatoesGood Will Hunting (1997) - Rotten TomatoesStanger Things - WikipediaThink like a Freak - Amazon
This week on the Men at the Movies podcast, we try out our Boston accents and talk about Good Will Hunting starring Robin Williams, Matt Damon, Minnie Driver, and Ben Affleck. Like Will, we have an amazing gift, but the pain of our past leaves us incapable of using that gift in a way that matters. We were created to desire two things: intimacy and purpose; but we can't pursue our purpose without being grounded in intimacy. Thankfully, Will had Shawn, Skylar, and Chucky to help him navigate through the brokenness to find healing and restoration. So, how about them apples…and let's discover God's truth in this movie. Questions Where do you have an illusion of a safe little life? Where are you being invited to give it a shot, venture into the unknown? What are you afraid that others will find out/think about you? Who plays the different roles in your life? Shawn? Skylar? Chucky? Which roles do you play in the lives of those around you? Who thinks more highly of you than you do? How are intimacy and purpose linked? Where do you find purpose? How is intimacy fostered? With whom? Who inspires you? In what way? How can you inspire others? To dive into this content even more, visit our website: www.menatthemovies.com/podcast. You will find resources mentioned on the podcast, plus quotes and themes discussed. If you would like to support our work (and get some behind-the-scenes perks), visit our Patreon page, www.patreon.com/menatthemovies. Get invites to livestreams, ebook devotionals drawn from a movie, even free merch. If you'd like to do a one-time contribution (a cameo appearance), visit www.menatthemovies.com/investors. Edited and mixed by Grayson Foster (https://graysonfoster.com/) Audio quotes performed by Britt Mooney, Paul McDonald, and Tim Willard, taken from Epic (written by John Eldredge) and Song of Albion (written by Stephen Lawhead). Southerly Change performed by Zane Dickinson, used under license from Shutterstock
This month wraps up with another actor highlight. This time around Brandon & Caleb discuss the life and career of the late great comedic actor Robin Williams. #RobinWilliams #Actor --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rockvideo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rockvideo/support
Ya está ocurriendo, pero mucho más en los próximos años en los que la industria del cine en cuanto a producción, exhibición y modificación de las salas de proyección, empezarán a incorporar nuevas tecnologías como la experiencia multidimensional (con efectos de olores, movimientos y temperaturas), pantallas esféricas (ver una película en 360 grados) proyecciones holográficas y otras mejoras. Para hablarnos de cómo va a cambiar la experiencia del cine estará con nosotros Pepa Llausas, guionista, analista de comunicación y directora del podcast “Las musas no avisan”, que nos hablará de Unreal Engine, un motor de videojuegos y contenidos de realidad virtual que consigue que las películas sean mucho más realistas. Y en la tertulia surgirá el tema de la necrofilia digital para resucitar digitalmente a actores muertos, el metaverso que supondrá una nueva forma de hacer, exhibir y consumir cine, las animaciones cinemáticas, el problema de los films chinos en Hollywood, la singularidad tecnológica hacia la que nos dirigimos, la cripto-financiación en los proyectos de cine independiente y muchos más asuntos apasionantes cinéfilos-cibernéticos. Para terminar con el entrañable Robin Williams y su recordatorio del Carpe Diem…
You know him. You love him. He was one of the original “Make Me Laugh” comics along side Bob Sagat, Gary Shandling and Howie Mandel. He shared the stage with Robin Williams, Richard Pryor and our own Gary Kroeger. The man who gave birth to “Baby Man”…Ladies and gentleman and all you non-binaries out there…we give you Bruce Baum!
The Revamp has begun and we start with a LIVE PANEL AT MEGACON, ORLANDO. Today this panel consist of Tommy James, Mista Malave and Mr. A-Town Ryan as they begin and discuss The Robin Williams film Mrs. Doubtfire. Will Mrs. Doubtfire get in The Flickbook?
John Mulaney is tired of hearing how comedians all have darkness which is what makes them funny.Bill Burr talks about George CarlinJudd Apatow is glad Carlin was a bit of a hoarder.Dave Chappelle's alleged attacker gets charged with a more serious crime.Kenan Thompson says Samuel L Jackson is not banned from SNL.The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival will return in August in Jamestown, New York.The multi-day event, led by the National Comedy Center, will be held Aug. 3 through Aug. 7Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/dcnpod - join us to to discuss comedy and your favorite comedians.Instagram is @dailycomedynewsReddit https://www.reddit.com/r/dailycomedynews/Twitter is @dcnpod because the person with what I want tweeted onceSupport the show by Buying Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/dailycomedynewsGoodpods: https://goodpods.app.link/2OUMliguTkb and I am @johnnymacEmail: john at thesharkdeck dot comDaily Comedy News is a production of The Shark Deck, the leading company in short form daily podcasts.www.linktr.ee/dailycomedynewsListen Ad-Free and get the episodes early with a premium subscription for $4.99/month on Apple Podcasts. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/daily-comedy-news-podcast-a-podcast-about-comedians/id1474309028
A special ASMR episode! Steebee and Jeremiah compete in a Ping Pong Showdown with an exciting punishment! Steebee asks if Robin Williams was a better comedian or actor. Jeremiah asks Steebee to not vape in the garage. And of course the boys make beautiful music together. Go to Adult Summer Camp with us! https://www.camprahh.com Use promo code: scissorbros Download the new Scissor Bros Album here!: https://linktr.ee/ComedyStoreRecords OUR PATREON IS LIVE: https://www.patreon.com/scissorbros NEW MERCH IS HERE!: https://shop.upstatemerch.com/scissorbros/shop/home SUBSCRIBE to our NEW CLIPS CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/scissorbros FOLLOW our NEW INSTA: @scissor_bros Updated P.O. BOX JEREMIAH WATKINS/SB P.O. BOX # 78375 LOS ANGELES, CA 90016 New episodes every Friday on this channel. Subscribe! #ScissorBros #SteebeeWeebee #JeremiahWatkins 0:00 Teasers 01:01 #ASMR whispers 04:24 Opening Song "What are Dreams Made of?" 09:30 Disrespectful Vaping 09:50 Ghost Hunting Updates 14:30 TV Shows we grew up watching 18:21 Sex Education w/ #ErikGriffin 11:59 Jeremiah's Wife wants another Baby 24:07 Terrence's Advice 33:03 Scissor Makeout Time 43:48 Scissor Cribs 52:30 Full Metal Jacket 56:30 Robin Williams: Better Actor or Comedian? 1:00:35 Ping Pong Showdown 01:14:40 Gerald's Thoughts Follow Jeremiah: @Jeremiah Watkins https://instagram.com/jeremiahstandup https://twitter.com/jeremiahstandup Follow Steebee: @Steebee Weebee https://instagram.com/quangou https://steebeeweebee.bandcamp.com Sponsored by: Babbel Support the show and receive up to 60% off your subscription at https://Babbel.com/ SCISSORBROS Displate Support the show and get up to 34% off some sweet new metal art with the code SCISSORBROS at https://displate.com/scissorbros?art=624740f674d63 Edited By Jordan Blauvelt & Jeremiah Watkins Thank you to @dabberjones @thebuddysystemshow @yoitzmini @blackgreg @kidwelljeremiah for getting Scissor Bros tattoos and sending them into the show!! And a huge thanks to the team of artists that helped make this episode possible! Follow them: @papiotoon @anotherstrauss @drawnfromthemind @detectivedesigns @LimitBreakLife Thank you to all of the Scissor Brothers and Scissor Sisters who submitted music, art, suggestions & more to: email@example.com We read all of the mail and try to respond to as many of you as possible, we are super grateful! Please keep sending us your wonderful contributions to the show, and we'll do our best to feature it!
This week Brandon & Caleb turn things to the drama genre as the watch a less popular movie from the 90s staring Robin Williams. Does the film What Dreams May Come deliver on an attempt to make an oscar movie splash, or does it leave you dreaming and wanting for something more when finished? #RobinWilliams #WhatDreamsMayCome #MovieReview --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rockvideo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rockvideo/support
The Hall honors the lives and careers of the greats of stand-up comedy, and serves as a companion to The Hall: Honoring The Greats of Stand Up special, streaming on Netflix May 19th. Each of the four episodes of this inaugural season will look at a different comedy titan. Episode One explores the work of George Carlin – his obsession with words and the joy he took in repeatedly poking the eye of authority. Episode Two looks into the brilliance and longevity of Joan Rivers – not only one of the best comedians ever, but a pioneer who opened doors for many women comedians of today. Episode Three is about Richard Pryor who changed comedy forever with his gift for storytelling and his stark honesty on stage. Episode Four is about Robin Williams whose riffing, stream-of-consciousness stand-up is unique and beloved.
In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, a pair of hit family movies with very different stories behind them. It took a little while for writer/director Paul King to confirm he was returning for Paddington 2. And for the sequel, there was a big idea that didn't fit into the first movie, plus a much-loved sequence that nearly got the chop. Mrs Doubtfire meanwhile was a film that saw its star, the late Robin Williams, spend over 100 hours in a make-up chair. What's more, it was a movie sparking a lot of behind the scenes debate about its ending. 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.
March 31- April 6, 1979 This week Ken welcomes the man behind the Pop Arena YouTube Channel and the force behind Nick Knacks, Greg Stevens to the show. Ken and Greg discuss Idaho, the I states, growing up in CA but moving to the midwest, the birth of Nickelodeon, MTV, the cutthroat nature of the cable business in the 1970s, cigarettes, shared experience, the 80s and 90s boom of VCR driven television preservation, the lost media of the 21st Century, prescient and haunting articles about Robin Williams on Mork and Mindy, the news, After School Specials, The Baby with Four Fathers, Filmation Live Action, Roller Derby, Saturday Mornings, Hollywood Teen, how the Bad News Bears TV series is the best Bad News Bears, LA's Channel 18 KSCI owned by The transcendental Medication Movement, positive programming, Dynaman, Night Flight, hatred of 80s teen comedies, Delta House, love boat, Easter programming, Kraft Food Hints, demon fruit plates, Space Junk Yard Men looking for scrap, Andy Griffith, Conversations with Charlie Lutes, WKRP, the mystery of "Slim Skins", Cliffhangers, Dracula, offensive pulp images, Taxi, Disney Cartoons, Lucha Libre, Police Woman, Night Gallery, Dear Detective and how Mr. Wizard shows you how to make giant turtles attack people.
The Buzz 1: “In the 19th century, inventors were heroes … Their ideas helped drag humanity from agrarian poverty to manufactured plenty. These days, though, inventor-superstars, while not absent, are fewer and farther between.” [economist.com] The Buzz 2: “While we've had our fair share of inventive breakthroughs in the past that have changed the world, the dazzling and world-shaking inventions of the future will change the world in even stranger and greater ways.” [bigthink.com] The Buzz 3: “There's a way to do it better … find it.” [Thomas A. Edison] The Buzz 4: Professor Philip Brainard [played by Robin Williams in Flubber, 1997 American sci-fi comedy], a mad scientist developing a new energy source to save his college from closure, accidentally creates a sentient green goo substance with enormous elasticity and kinetic energy that bounces and is difficult to control. His robot assistant Weebo classifies it as flying rubber” aka Flubber. We'll ask modern inventors Veronica Vargas, Pat Daily, Tammie Sykes and Carol Novello for their take on Your Great Idea: The Future of Inventors, Inventing and Technology.
Robin Williams' manic mind moved at such a breakneck speed that cocaine had the opposite effect than it had on most other people: it slowed him down. Robin's primary addiction, however, wasn't cocaine. He was addicted to the dopamine rush of being on a stage, where he could let his mind run wild with free association, and be rewarded with uproarious laughter. He was addicted to proving himself as a dramatic actor, even if that meant attempting to trigger his own mental breakdown by running in place for hours. And when he died tragically at the age of 63, the cause of his death was surprisingly not what anyone suspected. It still isn't. BADLANDS is a true-crime anthology podcast from Jake Brennan, creator and host of 27 CLUB. Follow BADLANDS wherever you get your podcasts to hear a new episode from the current season each Wednesday. As a bonus, Amazon Music listeners can hear all 10 new episodes on-demand right now at amazon.com/badlands. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Robin Williams has a patchy history on "Shat The Movies." He shined in "Good Will Hunting" (don't tell Gene) and flopped in "Hook." Will "Jumanji" be his redemption? Sure, the special effects are a bit dated and the rules are a bit silly, but this movie has the nostalgia of the Caledecott Medal-winning book and the staying power of the recently refreshed series. "Jumanji" also has a great villain, a solid cast, and emotional notes that other Robin Williams movies sometimes lack. In this podcast, the Shat Crew discusses whitewashing the '60s, what jungle life can do to a man, easily frightened girls, indestructible Chevrolets, and the fallout from altering history. And, of course, we tell the world how we'd be so much better at playing a board game. SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite