Jan. 20-26: Chicago has all that jazz, Disneyland gets toonified, Jimmy Kimmel gets kidnapped, Vine deserved better, Jeremy Renner's hunting witches, Shirley MacLaine is used, Sam Rockwell has a dangerous mind, and an actually good ski movie?! All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
This week, we are continuing the “bonus episode” director deep dive. With the film The Banshees of Inisherin on the horizon, we're going on a kick of the playwright turned director Martin McDonagh's movies. The list may be small, but he is one of the best writer/directors working today. This week, we are doing his second feature length film, Seven Psychopaths (2012), as well as his very first film, the short Six Shooter (2004).
This week, Matt realizes he needs more Mike and Rob in his life and recommits to The Manspace. Mike and Rob benevolently allow Matt back in and talk with Brian Bean, creator of the Real-World Classroom teaching model about his experiences with failure and building back better. We talk about what it takes to make it through failure successfully. Plus, we quote Sam Rockwell. Who doesn't like that guy? Spread the word! The Manspace is Rad!!
On this episode, Cozi tells Bri about the 2013 coming-of-age dramedy The Way Way Back! Focused on a shy awkward brown-haired sensitive 14-year-old boy and featuring an incredible cast (Toni Collete, Sam Rockwell, Steve Carell, Allison Janney, Maya Rudolph, it just keeps going), this one's a must-see. Recommendations: Bri – White Lotus Season 2 Cozi – Find positive coping mechanisms and hold them close (and when you're ready, move past them) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/youneedtoseethis/support
Not often is there a film that comes around like 2017's THREE BILLBOARS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI. Some feel the movie is almost perfect. It was nominated for many awards, won a whole lot, and will probably be remembered more so than the films it competed against. Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) is a grieving mother. A year prior her daughter was raped and murdered and there has been no leads. Outside her town, she decides to rent three billboards calling out the local sheriff and his officers for their stalled investigation. The film is directed and written by Martin McDonagh in a career defining masterpiece. Starring Frances McDormand in a award winning performance, the movie also stars Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Peter Dinklage, Abbie Cornish, and Samara Weaving in a large ensemble cast. Your co-hosts take a look at their latest picture to reminisce on and give their thoughts.
Cavin and Bree dive into this love letter to Agatha Christie. Hear as they talk about plays based on movies based on plays, when the heck noir is, and as they refine the Sam Rockwell scale of good movies. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/byitscover/support
MASSIVE INSANE SPOILER WARNING!!!!Apologies in advance for Alec's mic, he is traveling for the holidays and did not have the proper audio equipment to record this episode. Anyways, this week Alec and Justin discuss the latest Whodunnit film, “See How they Run”. It seems like a resurgence of the genre is happening these days, but the twist with this one is, it's based in 1950's London and revolves around a murder in a theater. Stellar cast, funny moments, and very nice costume & set design. Justin does his darnedest to convince Alec this is a good film, let's see if he succeeds. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!!!!
Today on the show we have writer, producer, actor, director and Emmy® winning show runner Danny Strong. Danny started his career as an actor in numerous classic films and TV shows such as Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Gilmore Girls, then transitioned into screenwriting, exploding onto the scene with his 2007 script Recount which was #1 on the Hollywood Blacklist and became an award winning HBO Film.Since then he has become a prolific film and TV writer, director and producer, garnering numerous awards for various projects, including two Emmys, a Golden Globe, two WGA awards, a PGA Award, and the Peabody Award.Through out his career he has shown a wide range and versatility moving between mediums and genres with films like the political docudramas Recount and Game Change, the civil rights epic The Butler and the big budget action blockbusters Hunger Games: Mockingjay (Part I and II).He co-created the smash hit TV show Empire which won him the NAACP Image Award and he produced the civil rights drama The Best of Enemies starring Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell. He has also written numerous theater projects having made his theatrical debut with a new book to the musical Chess that premiered at the Kennedy Center.Strong transitioned into directing with several episodes of Empire. He made his feature directorial debut with Rebel in the Rye that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was distributed by IFC Films.Over the years he has continued his acting career with recurring roles in many highly acclaimed TV shows including Mad Men, Girls, Justified, Billions and The Right Stuff. He grew up in Manhattan Beach, California and attended the USC School of Dramatic Arts.Enjoy my enlightening conversation with Danny Strong.
Ben & Rob reach the epic third part of their Martin McDonagh series, with "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" (2018). Starring Frances McDormand as a bereaved and furious mother at war with her local police force (Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell), 'Billboards' is one of Rob's all-time favourite films; the pinnacle of what cinema can be. Will the hosts having to shoulder life stress, illness and exhaustion get in the way of it being enjoyed on the podcast? Does Martin McDonagh fetishise little people? Would Mildred Hayes beat Ellen Ripley in a vacuuming competition? CONSUUUME!Socials:linktr.ee/everymovieeverpodcast
This week's episode was streamed live in Twitch through Sacramento's own STAB comedy theater. Watch the VOD here--> https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1663436276The gang goes on a road trip to paint a portrait this week, as they review A24's 4th most expensive movie to make, Woman Walks Ahead (2017) written by Steven Knight, directed by Susanna White. Based off a real portrait painter that actually painted Sitting Bull's portrait in the late 1800's, and the book that was written about her, Woman Walks ahead came and went with not a moment's notice, and absolutely tanked at the box office. But with a couple of heavy-hitters like Jessica Chastain and Sam Rockwell at the lead, it was sure to bring something to to the table. Streaming right now on HBO Max, watch along, then hear us break it down. http://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/Sponsor - N/AJoseph NavarroPete Abeytaand Tyler Noe
Terry Knickerbocker is founder and studio director of the Terry Knickerbocker Studio, the renowned New York City-based acting school. He teaches the Meisner technique and is part of a direct lineage of Sanford Meisner, having spent over 30 years training and teaching with William Esper, one of Sandy's most respected protégés. Terry has coached such renowned actors as Sacha Baron Cohen, Josh Charles, Daniel Craig, Zac Efron, Isla Fisher, Boyd Holbrook, John Leguizamo, Natasha Lyonne, Jonathan Majors, Gretchen Mol, Sam Rockwell, Emmy Rossum, Brian Michael Smith, Yul Vasquez, Michelle Williams, and others. Terry has coached actors on performances that earned an Academy Award, Golden Globe Awards, and Screen Actors Guild Awards. Today, Terry discusses coaching great actors into their next role of directing! THAT ONE AUDITION'S LINKS: LIMTED-TIME OFFER: Black Friday Deal TERRY KNICKERBOCKER STUDIOS: TERRY KNICKERBOCKER STUDIOS TNTT ACTING MEMBERSHIP: The New Triple Threat Membership PATREON: @thatoneaudition CONSULTING: Get 1-on-1 advice for your acting career from Alyshia Ochse COACHING: Get personalized coaching from Alyshia on your next audition or role INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher
Animated or not, well acted or not, sometimes a movie doesn't land with you when you watch it. So this week, Eric and Ian worked on convincing Daniel that this week's movie is something he really should give another shot. The Bad Guys is rated PG and was released on April 22, 2022. This animated movie features the voice acting of Sam Rockwell as Wolf, Marc Maron as Snake, Awkwafina as Tarantula, Craig Robinson as Shark, Anthony Ramos as Piranha, Richard Ayoade as Professor Marmalade and Zazie Beetz as Diane Foxington. Hosts: Daniel Levain, Ian Sweetman and Eric Sweetman. Subscribe thru: Apple Podcast Google Podcast Spotify
Manuel Puro's career as a casting director started with a dozen hand written letters accompanied by a KitKat and a note saying ‘Since I've supplied the KitKat, you could give me a break'. One of the people that replied was casting director Jeremy Zimmermann (of 'Robin Hood Prince of Thieves' & 'Willow' fame). He assisted Jeremy on many projects including Guillermo del Toro's ‘Hell Boy II' and soon found his feet as a casting director in his own right. His credits include multiple collaborations with Duncan Jone on ‘Mute' starring Alexander Skarsgård & Paul Rudd and the Wonderful ‘Moon' starring Sam Rockwell. From ‘Born to be Blue' starring Ethan Hawke to the ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon' Manny has never shied away from making bold and exciting choices. I have him to thank him for casting me in several movies, my first villain as Iago in a modern day Adaptation of Othello and most notably my first lead in a feature film in BAFTA Nominated ‘Northern Soul'. For this I will always be hugely grateful, thank you - Host - Elliot James Langridge - Thank you to our guest Manny. If you enjoy this episode, please review and share this podcast it makes a huge difference. We are also on Patreon, Tik Tok and Instagram if you would like to support us and get more content. Thank you.
Matt and Zach are joined by acclaimed author Rebecca to discuss the Sam Rockwell-led psychological drama film "Moon" to discuss accurate representations of space programs and religion. BONUS: Stay tuned for an after-episode conversation about the origin of the Loch Ness Monster Myth.
Sometimes we cover obscure sports films on this channel. The Winning Season is a prime example. It barely even played in theatres 12 years ago. Since it's another in our recent run of "pleasant experience" movies, it probably deserved at least a little more attention back then. Sam Rockwell is the ne'er-do-well coach of a girls' basketball team in this dramedy that co-stars pre-stardom youngsters Emma Roberts and Rooney Mara. Even though the biggest name in the cast is Sam The Man, this film easily passes the Bechdel Test. There are many connections to boys' b-ball flicks in this though and it often follows their lead a little too closely. That's the biggest problem. The story isn't fresh or original in any way. Anyway, don't threaten to get a restraining order against your own father just because you're mad at him. Take a breath, learn to appreciate dear old drunken dad and his team of underdogs and---while you're doing that---listen to us jam about The Winning Season. We're always curious to hear your feedback through Twitter (@moviefiend51 and @scoringatmovies) and/or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Oscar-winning actor, George Clooney, starts his directing career with a biopic about controversial TV producer, Chuck Barris. See what the Grouches think of this audacious debut starring Sam Rockwell, and written by Charlie Kaufman.
Het is al de hele week Black Friday en dat begint ook consumenten tegen te staan. We bespreken vandaag dat onbehaaglijke gevoel dat we krijgen van al die kortingen in deze dure tijden, vooral als het gaat om tech natuurlijk. Verder: de verbeterde nieuwsfeed van Facebook, gerommel bij Amazon en gedoe om elektrische fatbikes.Deze aflevering wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door Bechtle, de IT-partner die hybride werken veiliger maakt met hun security ladder. Beklim als het ware die ladder, en je bent helemaal klaar voor alle digitale dreigingen. Meer weten? Kijk op securityladder.nl.Tips uit deze aflevering:Serie: 1899 op Netflix. De nieuwe serie van de makers van de Duitse Netflix-hit Dark. En ook dit is weer een mysterieus, vaag, onheilspellend verhaal. Het speelt zich allemaal af op een grote boot die van Europa naar Amerika vaart, vol met passagiers uit allerlei landen.Film: See How They Run op Disney+. Een leuke comedy mystery in het Londen van de jaren ‘50. Draait om een moord bij een toneelstuk over een moord. Hoofdrollen worden vertolkt door Sam Rockwell en Saoirse Ronan, een ervaren detective en een beginnend agent. Een vlotte film van anderhalf uur met mooie sets en kostuums en een vleugje Wes Anderson. Knap gemaakt door de vrij onbekende regisseur Tom George.Podcast: Het China van Xi, een podcast van de NPO die inzoomt op Xi Jinping, de meest prominente Chinese leider sinds Mao. Wat drijft de man, en hoe verandert daardoor de rol die China in de wereld speelt?Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Today on the show we have producer Bradley Gallo. His production company, Amasia Entertainment, is behind the upcoming Wild Mountain Thyme, starring Emily Blunt, Christopher Walken, Jon Hamm, and Jamie Dornan.His 2019's Official Sundance Selection Them That Follow, starring Olivia Coleman, Jim Gaffigan, Walton Goggins, Kaitlyn Dever, Lewis Pullman, Alice Englert, and Thomas Mann is now on Showtime.Amasia has also recently acquired the rights to the Green Hornet franchise. Bradley's other credits include Mr. Rightwith Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell (available on Netflix); The Call with Halle Berry; and Careful What You Wish Forwith Nick Jonas and Dermot Mulroney.Bradley and I discuss the ever-changing film marketplace, how he is positioning his new project to adapt to the new rules of the game, and much more.Enjoy my conversation with Bradley Gallo.
For this episode, The Movie Newbie dives into the world of Martin McDonagh's dark comedy Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing Missouri. A spit-fire screenplay, almost written to perfection by McDonagh, Three Billboards offers incredible performances from across the board, including a scene-stealing Sam Rockwell. Frances shines in what can be her finest performance to date, giving us her raw power and brutality as well as her vulnerability and sensitivity, delicately balancing and juggling the nuances of an incredibly layered character. There's no better way to see off this theme than with this hilarious and devastating story about a mother seeking justice.***JABRIEL ALSUHAIMI is a multi-disciplinary creative, working on a multitude of various projects in the audiovisual sphere. Hailing from Saudi Arabia and Singapore, Jabriel brings his international perspective and varying influences into his work, which includes podcasts like Curious Humans, Founders For Good & The Movie Newbie, music under the alias Rei.do.Nada, video content for YouTube and some occasional writing on his website.Twitter: https://twitter.com/jabealsuhaimiInstagram: https://instagram.com/__jabriel__Website/Newsletter: www.jabrielalsuhaimi.comRAPHAEL LECAT is an actor; some would say thespian, some would say clown; others would say human golden retriever (and by some, he means himself...) Raphael was born in France to French parents but quickly became a third-culture kid after his family moved to Singapore. This is where he discovered his passion for theatre and decided to make it his mission in life to be a vessel for stories old and new through the craft of acting.Website: https://raphaellecat.me/IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm8941524/OLIVER MANGHAM is a represented screenwriter, producer, fundraiser and content creator across a range of media. A cinema obsessive from a young age, he channelled his passion for storytelling by co-founding the film and television production company Through The Lens Entertainment. When he's not navigating the shark-infested waters of Hollywood, Oliver likes to pen scripts, record podcasts, host musical events and consume large quantities of pasta.Twitter: https://twitter.com/olivermangham1Instagram: https://instagram.com/hoothoot1992 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Josh and Jade talk the best and worst of Thanksgiving dishes. Review their weekly watches that range from westerns to sci-fi and of course a sprinkle of drama. They also review the outstanding whodunit flick, "See How They Run", starring Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, Adrien Brody, and David Oyelowo. Once you finish with your Thanksgiving meal, give this episode a binge. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Galaxy Quest - Episode 219: Never Give Up, Never Surrender! Get your Beryllium Sphere's ready, listeners, because on a very special episode we're taking a break from our Trek through the Stars and instead taking a Quest through the Galaxy - with Galaxy Quest! The Sci-Fi Parody Film is beloved by Trekkies alike, but does the film still stand out? Tune in to find out! By Grabthar's Hammer - click these links. Insta @NormiesLikeUs https://www.instagram.com/normieslikeus/ @jacob https://www.instagram.com/jacob/ @JoeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/joehasinsta/ @MikeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/mikehasinsta/
This week, we are starting a “bonus episode” director deep dive. With the film The Banshees of Inisherin on the horizon, we're going on a kick of the playwright turned director Martin McDonagh's movies. The list may be small, but he is one of the best writer/directors working today. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017), directed by Martin McDonagh.
Despite what the commercials on TV tell you, the holidays aren't quite here yet. Which means you have time to enjoy watching something without feeling guilty that you're not shopping or cooking. In fact you might even have time to learn something. Which is why we start with "The Fabelmans." It's Steven Spielberg's life story - sort of. It's got lots of buzz. We all saw it. And we'll let you know what we think of it. Then we've got "Till." It takes place in 1955, after Emmett Till is murdered in a brutal lynching. His mother vows to expose the racism behind the attack while working to have those involved brought to justice. It's got buzz too and Bill MCuddy will tell you all about it. Neil Rosen has the Ken Burns documentary "The U.s. and the Holocaust" which examines America's response to one of the greatest humanitarian crises of the twentieth century by delving deeply into the tragic human consequences of public indifference, bureaucratic red tape and restrictive quota laws. And to lighten things up Bill Bregoli has "Enola Holmes 2" which stars Millie Bobby Brown as Sherlock's younger sister. It's based on some historical based events so there's something to learn there too. Oh, but that's not all. We've got wicked satires such as "The Menu" starring Anya Taylor-Joy and "Triangle of Sadness" and "Triangle of Sadness" in which a fashion model celebrity couple join an eventful cruise for the super-rich. Plus there's "She Said" which is based on the true and sad story of New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor who break one of the most important stories in a generation — a story that helped launch the #MeToo movement. And for streaming fans there's "Causeway" starring Jennifer Lawrence and "See How They Run" with Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan. There's all that and more. So listen in!
Happy Wakanda Forever week nerds!! In this episode we start off discussing the new Drake and 21 Savage collaboration album "Her Loss" (1:32) and its' surrounding controversy. We also spend a good amount of time talking about episodes 7-9 of "Andor" (26:10). There are 2 movies we review this week in "Causeway" (1:14:47) the new movie starring Brian Tyree Henry and Jennifer Lawrence on Apple TV+, and "See How They Run" (1:25) the mystery/comedy film starring Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan. News of the Week (1:35:43) : Spielberg/Zaslav Meeting, Harry Potter, Gears of War, Monster Netflix, Westworld RIP Takeoff (Song: Hotel Lobby x Takeoff & Quavo)
Out now on digital is the movie "See How They Run." Rather than being a filmic adaptation of Agatha's Christie long-running play, "The Mousetrap," it is a comedic mystery surrounding a fictional murder taking place near the start of that show's historic run. This leaves Josh with any numerable of imponderables to ponder and ponder he does.
On this episode of The Snub Club, our hosts discuss 1957's Peyton Place. Directed by Mark Robson and starring Lana Turner, Peyton Place was nominated for seven Academy Awards but lost all of them on awards night. In this episode, Danny, Sarah and Caleb discuss melodrama, Sam Rockwell, and who was skinny dipping in the lake last Labor Day. The Snub Club is a biweekly podcast about cinema history where we discuss the film from every year's Academy Awards with the most nominations but no wins. Hosted by Danny Vincent, Sarah Knauf, and Caleb Bunn! Follow us everywhere! Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/SnubClubPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesnubclubpodcast/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=108436691341808&id=108435618008582&substory_index=0 Theme music: That's All Right by Arthur Crudup
Episode 400: Shocktober Special 2022 -- Tyler starts off the episode by discussing the new Sam Rockwell film See How They Run. Pat shares his thoughts on the new Netflix series The Midnight Club. Tyler leads the discussion of the latest "Nerd News" (including season four of The Witcher). They also recap their respective "Shocktobers"...their month-long celebration of Halloween and the horror genre. They end the episode with a special 400th episode "Nerd Favorite"...favorite thing about the podcast. Timestamps: What We are Into: 15:10-35:37 Nerd News: 35:37-47:34 Shocktober Special: 47:34-1:26 Nerd Favorite: 1:26-1:33
In her new essay collection, Maybe It's Me: On Being the Wrong Kind of Woman (Delphinium Books 2022), Eileen Pollack covers her life in snippets or by delving into history, but the overall picture is of an extremely talented writer, a brilliant woman with a degree in physics and a long list of respected publications who is still somewhat bewildered to find herself alone. She tells stories about her childhood home, her grandparents, her father the dentist, her mother's closets, her ex-husband who thought his work took precedence, her son who turned into a socialist, and assorted neighbors, friends, and men who drifted through her life. In her distinctive voice, she sometimes slips humor into the most horrendous situations, maybe because that's how she survived. This is an author who dissects her thoughts, words, and actions without worrying about having a big bow to tie it all together. Eileen Pollack is a writer whose novel Breaking and Entering, about the deep divisions between blue and red America, was named a 2012 New York Times Editor's Choice selection. Her essay, “Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science?” was published in the Sunday, October 6, 2013, issue of The New York Times Magazine and went viral; the essay is an excerpt from her investigative memoir The Only Woman in the Room: Why Science Is Still A Boys' Club, published in 2015 by Beacon Press. A native of the Catskill Mountains, Eileen also is the author of the novels The Bible of Dirty Jokes and Paradise, New York, as well as two collections of short fiction, In the Mouth and The Rabbi in the Attic. Her innovative work of creative nonfiction called Woman Walking Ahead: In Search of Catherine Weldon and Sitting Bull was made into a major motion picture starring Jessica Chastain, Sam Rockwell, and Michael Greyeyes. A long-time faculty member and former director of the Helen Zell MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Michigan, she now lives in Boston and offers her services as a freelance editor and writing coach. When she isn't reading, writing, or teaching, Eileen loves to play tennis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
In this episode, Jennifer talks to seasoned Broadway performer & dancer, Afra Hines, all about what it means to understudy, swing, cover, and standby a show. They break down the responsibilities of each and the way each is contracted. Afra shares helpful tools for learning multiple tracks, being proactive, and staying organized. Plus, they talk about crafting your resume and website to reflect where you would like to go artistically and how you can advocate for yourself & your career. About Afra: Currently performing in the Broadway revival of Funny Girl, and last seen in the Broadway musical Hadestown (where she understudied the role of Persephone), Afra Hines is a veteran performer with 9 Broadway credits to her name. Some of her favorites include SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical where she played Michael/Maid and understudied Disco Donna Summer (performing the role 25 times), In The Heights (Original Broadway Company with Lin-Manuel Miranda), Shuffle Along (Original Broadway Company alongside Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Billy Porter and Joshua Henry with choreography by Savion Glover), Ghost (Original Broadway Company, understudy Clara/Louise), and Motown (understudy Tina Marie). She also spent a year on the First National Tour of HAMILTON (Angelica Tour) playing San Francisco and Los Angeles. Additionally, Afra was a Radio City Rockette for 7 years. You can see Afra in NBC's Annie Live!, and the miniseries Fosse/Verdon with Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams, on FX. Other television work includes Boardwalk Empire (Onyx Dancer), Curb Your Enthusiasm (Hamilton ensemble), The Detour (B.Frank ensemble), Mozart In the Jungle, and SNL. Afra's IG: @afrahines Afra's Website: www.afrahines.com Want to coach with Jennifer? Schedule a session here! https://appt.link/jenniferapple Monologue Sourcing Promo Link! https://empoweredartistcollective.com/podcastpromo Learn more: https://www.empoweredartistcollective.com/podcast EAC IG: @EmpoweredArtistCollective EAC TikTok: @EmpowerArtistCollective EAC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/empoweredartistcollective/ Check Out Our Merch! https://www.empoweredartistcollective.threadless.com/ Any thoughts you'd like to share? Email us at EmpoweredArtistCollective@gmail.com
In her new essay collection, Maybe It's Me: On Being the Wrong Kind of Woman (Delphinium Books 2022), Eileen Pollack covers her life in snippets or by delving into history, but the overall picture is of an extremely talented writer, a brilliant woman with a degree in physics and a long list of respected publications who is still somewhat bewildered to find herself alone. She tells stories about her childhood home, her grandparents, her father the dentist, her mother's closets, her ex-husband who thought his work took precedence, her son who turned into a socialist, and assorted neighbors, friends, and men who drifted through her life. In her distinctive voice, she sometimes slips humor into the most horrendous situations, maybe because that's how she survived. This is an author who dissects her thoughts, words, and actions without worrying about having a big bow to tie it all together. Eileen Pollack is a writer whose novel Breaking and Entering, about the deep divisions between blue and red America, was named a 2012 New York Times Editor's Choice selection. Her essay, “Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science?” was published in the Sunday, October 6, 2013, issue of The New York Times Magazine and went viral; the essay is an excerpt from her investigative memoir The Only Woman in the Room: Why Science Is Still A Boys' Club, published in 2015 by Beacon Press. A native of the Catskill Mountains, Eileen also is the author of the novels The Bible of Dirty Jokes and Paradise, New York, as well as two collections of short fiction, In the Mouth and The Rabbi in the Attic. Her innovative work of creative nonfiction called Woman Walking Ahead: In Search of Catherine Weldon and Sitting Bull was made into a major motion picture starring Jessica Chastain, Sam Rockwell, and Michael Greyeyes. A long-time faculty member and former director of the Helen Zell MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Michigan, she now lives in Boston and offers her services as a freelance editor and writing coach. When she isn't reading, writing, or teaching, Eileen loves to play tennis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
We are here once again to tackle one of the buzzwords in the Ag industry and one of those is the use of drones in managing our farm activities. Now we are fortunate to have with us in this episode one of the people who help our fellow farm owners in their farming operation, Mr. Sam Rockwell from Rocoza Drones. Are drones really the future of farm tech? We are going to find out here in this episode so tune in, let's go!
Tom George is a director and sometimes writer of TV and film. He directed all three series of the acclaimed BBC comedy “This Country”. The show, which George also helped write, won four BAFTAs, including one for Best Scripted Comedy, as well as a host of other awards. His other credits include the BBC legal comedy “Defending the Guilty”, which starred Will Sharpe and Katherine Parkinson. George began his comedy career in short films, which screened at festivals around the world. He started out as a director filming music. Today I'm joined by Tom George to discuss his work on SEE HOW THEY RUN. In 1950s London, plans for a movie version of a smash-hit play come to an abrupt halt after a pivotal member of the crew is murdered. When a world-weary inspector and an eager rookie constable take on the case, they find themselves thrown into a puzzling whodunit within the glamorously sordid world of underground theater, investigating the mysterious homicide at their own peril. The film features stellar performances from Adrien Brody, Saoirse Ronan, and Sam Rockwell and will be available on-demand on 11-11. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/followingfilms/support
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Beautiful, breathy, kittenish, dizzy, bombshell, blonde. So many words can describe Marilyn Monroe and never really capture who she was…or who we think she was. Was she a spoiled, vain, ambitious starlet who played men as easily as she did the ukulele in “Some Like It Hot”? Or a sad, traumatized victim, ever needy, ever wanting for approval, never finding the respect she craved, the child she yearned for nor the man she really loved. The movie “Blonde” starring Ana de Armas directed by Andrew Dominik adapted from the novel by Joyce Carol Oates, seems to be certain of the latter. Lisa and Dean sit down with master acting teacher Terry Knickerbocker — who coaches some of Hollywood's most compelling actors like Sam Rockwell, Daniel Craig and Emmy Rossum — to ask what he thinks of the film, of the performance by de Armas and why the persona of Marilyn Monroe has become so iconic, and such a Mount Everest, much like the role of Hamlet, that so many actresses want to climb. Join us as we break it all down. #Blonde #AnaDeArmas #MarilynMonroe #Bombshell #Hollywood #Starlet #AndrewDominik
This week the kids cover Sam, Levinson of Euphoria's Assassination Nation (2018). Josh and Drusilla have some very uncomfy discussions. Josh is very anxious to talk about this movie, which seems very divisive. We love Hari Nef. But first! All about Carmel, Indiana and Peter Bogdanovich's Targets (along with What's Up Doc?, The Last Picture Show, and Paper Moon), Danny DeVito and Roger Corman. Drusilla finally saw Barbarian and LOVED it. She loves Zach Cregger. She also saw See How They Run and loved it, too. We love Sam Rockwell! Next week: The Skin I Live In Website: http://www.bloodhauspod.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BloodhausPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloodhauspod/ Email: email@example.com Drusilla's art: https://www.sisterhydedesign.com/ Drusilla's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hydesister/ Drusilla's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/drew_phillips/ Joshua's website: https://www.joshuaconkel.com/ Joshua's Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshuaConkel Joshua's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshua_conkel/ Joshua's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/joshuaconkel/
Join your hosts, Heather Elaine Abbott & Zoey Danielson, as they chat with Stephen S. Campanelli! Stephen was the Camera Operator for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouriand is known for being the first to combine 'A' Camera Operating and Steadicam. In this episode, Zoey & Heather learn all about Stephen's process, manifestations, and secrets to the iconic Sam Rockwell scene from Three Billboards.You can keep up with Stephen's work through his Instagram, @stevecampanelliA big thank you to Lee Walls (@Unapologetical.lee on Instagram and @Lee_FinalVer on Twitter) for our amazing Logo and to M.L. Abbott (@MLAbbottWrites on Twitter) for our theme song. You can keep up with all things Last to Leave here: @LastToLeavePodcast on Instagram@Last2LeavePod on Twitter Become parasocial friends with us: @Zoey_Nicole on Instagram @TheHAbbott on Instagram
Galaxy Quest movie review from the Salty Nerds has them never giving up and never surrendering! In what is arguably a better Star Trek movie than 90% of the Star Trek movies out there, Galaxy Quest is a hilarious and heartwarming movie about a group of washed-up TV actors who must embody their roles to help save an alien race from total annihilation. Starring an amazing cast consisting of Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub, Sam Rockwell, and Justin Long, this ensemble cast comes together to create a truly wonderful science fiction adventure film. What do you think of Galaxy Quest? Do you love it? Hate it? By Grapthar's Hammer, do you swear we will be avenged? Let us know in our Discord Server here: http://www.saltynerddiscord.com And if you want to support the show, consider becoming a member of our Patreon here: ▷ SUPPORT THE SHOW: http://www.saltynerdclub.com/ By becoming a Patron of the Salty Nerd Podcast you help us to create great content AND get awesome perks! Check out our Patreon page through the link above for more detail. Thank you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saltynerd/support
Chris and Taylor review the new mystery comedy film "See How They Run" written by Mark Chappell and directed by Tom George. When a Hollywood director is murdered backstage at a hit West End show, Inspector Stoppard and Constable Stalker must solve the case. The film stars Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Rowan, Adrien Brody, Ruth Wilson, Reece Shearsmith, Harris Dickinson, David Oyelowo and Charlie Cooper. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook: @thepotentialpodcast And on Twitter: @thepotentialpod Thanks to our sponsor BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp by going to https://betterhelp.com/potential
The Mike's are watching this week's film from the back of a station wagon as they discuss the 2013 film The Way Way Back, starring Steve Carell, Sam Rockwell, and Toni Collette. Listen as Mike Butler and Mike Field discuss this coming-of-age comedy/drama. From the great dialogue from Rockwell's character to the story and it's adherence to the main character's point of view. This movie carries along its themes out in a meaningful, but still fun and enjoyable way. So, grab your popcorn and soda, please notice the exits to the left and right of you and settle down for https://www.forgottencinemapodcast.com/ (Forgotten Cinema). 00:00 - Introduction 01:37 - Film Summary 02:41 - Film Facts 10:43 - Film Discussion 37:14 - Critics Reviews 38:00 - Why It's Forgotten 46:09 - Where to Find Us
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Tony & Jeremy review the in-theatre movie See How They Run (2022) Starring Sam Rockwell & Soairse Ronan. In the second half we'll be discussing one of our old favorites Halloween (1978) starring Jamie Lee Curtis Enjoy the show!!Chapters:Current Talk: Super Smash Brothers, Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (00:26)See How They Run (2022) Review: (17:08)Halloween (1978) Discussion: (34:11)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.See How They Run (2022) - Rotten TomatoesHalloween (1978) - Rotten Tomatoes
We LOVE a Whodunnit here at Movies Last Night. Tom George directs Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan in a 50's set British crime caper. Join Zach, Scott and Jason as we have a great time talking about this years coziest movie. Perhaps the biggest mystery of all is strange case of Jason's microphone! Apologies in advance, thankfully we fixed the issue and everything gets back to normal quickly. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movieslastnight/message
Welcome everyone to an all new episode of Some Like It Scott! On this week's episode, the two Scotts don their detective caps for an Agatha Christie inspired whodunnit with a review of the mystery-comedy, SEE HOW THEY RUN. After discussing the performances of the ensemble cast including Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell and whether the mystery itself is engaging enough, the co-hosts turn their attention to a few quick reviews of other recent releases, as well as the hyped news that Aneesh Chaganty's next film, MISSING, will be a standalone sequel to his first feature film SEARCHING. See time codes below: 5:43 - SEE HOW THEY RUN review 44:38 - Review roundup: PEARL, DO REVENGE 1:01:37 - MISSING announced with February release date Next week: DON'T WORRY DARLING (Theaters) Patreon: www.patreon.com/MediaPlugPods
The new comedy See How They Run is a whodunit for people who really like a whodunit. Set behind the scenes at a 1950s production of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, the film is a murder mystery with a big cast that includes Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, David Oyelowo, Ruth Wilson, and Adrien Brody. And it's an entertaining send-up that takes some very meta swings at the very idea of a murder mystery.
Reviews of the new Quantum Leap, the David Bowie documentary Moonage Daydream, Sam Rockwell in See How They Run and more discussion of the Star Wars Disney+ series Andor. Plus an interview with Greg Mottola, the director of Confess, Fletch.
Director: Tom George Screenwriter: Mark Chappell Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, Adrien Brody, David Oyelowo, Ruth Wilson Runtime: 2 hour 15 minutes Synopsis: In the West End of 1950s London, plans for a movie version of a smash-hit play come to an abrupt halt after a pivotal member of the crew is murdered. See How They Run isn't a bad movie but suffers from an identity crisis in what movie it wants to be. The trailer will have you thinking it's got the timing and is shot like a Wes Anderson film. The story at times feels as if you ordered Knives Out off of Wish. In reality it's probably trying to be more like Clue but falls short. In what seems like a recurring theme this year with films, it criminally underuses its cast. Because this has happened so frequently this year, particularly with lower budget films, one has to wonder if this is a product of some of the COVID protocols that Hollywood was following earlier in the pandemic when a lot of these films began filming. That doesn't completely excuse the under-use of a cast but might shine a light on why this seems to be happening so often. See How They Run is also making a theater-only run which seems like a mistake. This is a film that would probably find it's audience in a same-day streaming release. Instead this film is going to have an up-hill battle. Listen as Ro & Kriss discuss See How They Run. Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork Our shirts are now on TeePublic. https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!
After years and years of nodunnits - Does that work? Probably not, let's move on - it seems as if there are more and more comedy crime capers coming out, with See How They Run the latest whodunnit to hit cinemas. This one has an incredible cast, including Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell (who you'll hear from today), as well as Adrien Brody, Ruth Wilson, Reece Shearsmith, David Oyelowo, Charlie Cooper, Tim Key and more. Plus! It's directed by This Country veteran Tom George, it's set in the 1950s and looks absolutely gorgeous. Ronan and Rockwell are both on fine form in these interviews, so listen up, and be sure to keep an ear out for clues - and lassos, amazingly.
'Ello 'ello 'ello, what's all this then? This week's Empire Podcast — recorded before the news about the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II — sees Sam Rockwell, who plays Inspector Stoppard in breezy new whodunnit See How They Run, reunite with his director, Tom George, and tell Chris Hewitt all about howtheydidit. That can be found from 00:51:13.00 - 01:10:39.00 approx. Then, in the virtual podbooth, Chris returns to the host's chair after a couple of weeks 'off', and is armed with tales of what's out there in the world of children's TV. He's joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for a fun episode in which they discuss the week's movie news, review See How They Run, Pinocchio, Crimes Of The Future, Bodies Bodies Bodies, and tackle the big question: if you had to erase the movies of Adam Sandler, Jim Carrey, or Seth Rogen, who would you choose and why? Nobody can ever accuse us of not being highbrow. Enjoy. UPDATE: NOW WITH ACTUAL HELEN. IF YOU HAVE THE VERSION WITHOUT HELEN, DELETE AND RE-UPLOAD.