Matt & Nicole watch and discuss the next Martin Scorsese film on their list, the 2010 thriller, Shutter Island.Links and stuff:Twitter: kidgoesdownPODInstagram: afterthekidgoesdownMerch: Click Here!!!Mixed Breed Brewing: check out their websiteor follow them on instagram (@mixedbreedbrewing). Mention us there for 5% off your bill!!!!
Phil and John continue to journey through their 100 favorite films of all time, tonight discussing classics from the gangster and horror genres. Next up: #30 Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) and Little Miss Sunshine (2006) #Film #Scorsese #Polanski
It's the first of a few all new episodes of your Boo Crew this week! For this one you are spending some time with the remarkable, KELLI GARNER! She is a wonderful performer who completely fades into each and every role she takes on! She's worked with Scorsese, Alexandre Aja, music videos for Green Day, Mike Mills and A Fine Frenzy. Done an award winning portrayal of Marilyn Monroe, acted alongside DiCaprio, Gosling, Christina Ricci, Daniel Radcliffe, Margot Robbie. Every project as wildly exciting and different as the next! Her new film is all that and then some! WHAT JOSIAH SAW is a haunting, gothic tome featuring stunning writing, immaculate cinematography and inventive storytelling that will disturb you to the core! We'll talk about her journey thru this adventure and of whats to come!! Episode 337 with Kelli Garner is now slaying! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Breaking Down the Gates: Defining the 70s (Part II) The Second Half of an earlier episode where Mr. Chavez & I discuss ten films (and a short list of Honorable Menitons) that defined the 1970s as a decade. All the usual names: Scorsese, Coppola, Spielberg, Friedkin, DePalma, Lumet, etc. are found throughout the episode. Take a listen and see if these (remaining Top 5 and The Honorable Mentions) are on your list. Thanks for the continued support. Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be directed to email@example.com.
In this episode we discuss the relationship of scholarship on the Gospels and the historical Jesus with Dr. Mark Goodacre, who is Frances Hill Fox professor of Religious Studies at Duke University, the author of a number of important studies on the historical Jesus, the Gospels, particularly the Synoptic Problem, and the Gospel of Thomas, and the creator of one of the original biblioblogs, called NTBlog, as well as one of the original biblical studies podcasts, called the NTPod. Over the course of our conversation we discuss a number of aspects of Jesus films and how those relate to contemporary Gospels scholarship, including, the role of the imagination in historical reconstruction, the nature of Jesus' self-understanding, first-century crucifixion, and the composition of the Gospels from earlier sources. Some of the Jesus films that we address at length include: Pasolini's The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964), The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965), Jesus Christ Superstar (1973), Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), Arcand's Jesus of Montreal (1989), and Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ (2004). Team members on the episode from The Two Cities: Dr. Josh Carroll, Dr. John Anthony Dunne, Brandon Hurlbert, Rev. Daniel Parham, and Dr. Chris Porter.
Breaking Down the Gates: Defining the 70s (Part I) On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Mr. Chavez & I continue our examination of the films that defined their respective genres. This week we discuss - arguably (Mr. Ramos's opinion) - the single greatest decade in Cinema . . . The 1970s. The 1970s was an incredibly creative, ground-breaking, and overpowering period of filmmaking that brought us names as important as Spielberg, DePalma, Coppola, Friedkin, Bogdanovich, Ashby, and - of course - Scorsese. These filmmakers, and the names of others who fallen through the cracks, are profiled on this episode (as well as it's sequel). It's not necessarily "The Best of the 1970s" but more importantly, the films that tell us the most about the Decade. It's a fun ride. Join us for it. Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our Continued Love & Thanks.
Spoiler free until 00:34:30! In this episode Andrew, Ryan, and Steven review Martin Scorsese's The Aviator. Is this his best work? Is this his weakest work? How much did Leo di Caprio and Cate Blanchett carry this movie? Did Howard Hughes really do all this? Does 2004 CGI hurt the feel of the film? Is Alan Alda the best heel actor in the business? Did we feel like it was the 20s, 30s, and 40s in the flim? Where is the line between documentary and drama? We answer all these questions and more in this episode! 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:26 Top 5 Aerial Scenes 00:21:08 Spoiler Free Review 00:34:30 Intermission 00:35:15 Spectacle 00:48:00 Performance 00:55:12 Score 00:58:10 Plot 01:08:20 Entertainment Value 01:12:30 Outro Website: https://www.spoilersintendedpodcast.com/ (https://www.spoilersintendedpodcast.com/) Patreon : https://my.captivate.fm/patreon.com/SpoilersIntendedPodcast (patreon.com/SpoilersIntendedPodcast) Discord : https://discord.gg/kGRAmjbqcF (https://discord.gg/kGRAmjbqcF)
Welcome back to another episode of Smoke & Mirrors with Rob, Dave and Triz. We've scoured the web to bring you the latest in Streaming, Film and Entertainment news.Listen in as we break down:Streaming News⁃ DiCaprio and Scorsese teaming up for Apple again?⁃ Soccer coach roles are a thing again!⁃ Kristen Ritter getting Orphan Blacked?Film News⁃ Film Fests are showing some great content!⁃ What is happening with that Tomb Raider sequel?Movie Trailers⁃ Till - October 14⁃ Tár - October⁃ Medieval - September 9⁃ Me Time - August 26⁃ Pearl - September 16⁃ A League of their own - August 12⁃ Echoes - August 19⁃ Samaritan - August 26⁃ Pinocchio - December⁃ Bad Sisters - August 19⁃ Running with the Devil - August 24⁃ Let the right one in - October 7⁃ Moonage Daydream - September 16⁃ Oppenheimer - July 21, 2023⁃ Blonde - September 28⁃ House of Darkness - September 9⁃ Gods Country - September 16⁃ Little Demon - August 25Entertainment News⁃ Legends have been lost this week!⁃ Will Smith finally speaks out about The Slap!+ Our Thoughts On:⁃ Rap Sh!t⁃ Blackbird⁃ Westworld S4E05Join us next week for more movie news and our thoughts on Prey and much more!
From the ashes of a Raimi-less Doctor Strange sequel from another multiverse comes Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill's exemplary adaptation of Joe Hill's THE BLACK PHONE, which gifts us a new horror icon in Ethan Hawke's THE GRABBER and some of the best child performances since IT! Cody and Mike ring up some ghosts themselves to dive into the 70s trappings, heady themes, the ways Derrickson and Cargill expand and improve the short tale, and for some reason debate whether or not the LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT remake should have included the chainsaw massacre or not.Pick up that damn phone, you naughty boy, and download the episode now!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulpApple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641Amazon Podcasts: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7c11ff8b-2875-454d-8770-8b1d36d04b52Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/534ZPRmDoZzNs5GtiAhOEcStitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stpr
Margaret Bodde is the executive director of The Film Foundation, the non-profit organization created by Martin Scorsese in 1990 dedicated to the preservation and protection of motion pictures. Working in partnership with the archives and studios, TFF has preserved and restored over 925 films, including 49 restorations from 28 countries as part of the World Cinema Project.TFF educates young people about the visual language of film through its cinema literacy program, The Story of Movies. In addition, Bodde is the award-winning producer of several of Scorsese's documentaries."Our American artistic heritage has to be preserved and shared by all of us. Just as we've learned to take pride in our poets and writers, in jazz and the blues, we need to take pride in our cinema, our great American art form.” - Martin Scorsese, Founder and ChairThe Film Foundation, the non-profit organization created by Martin Scorsese to preserve cinema, invites you to come together for a series of beautifully restored films in the Restoration Screening Room, our new virtual theater, available through any web browser.Presentations will take place within a 24-hour window on the second Monday of each month, along with Special Features about the films and their restoration process. Monthly programming will encompass a broad array of restorations, including classic and independent films, documentaries, and silent films from around the world.The next free screening is August 8th. They will be playing an amazing Film Noir double feature. Arthur Ripley's 1946 classic The Chase and Edgar G. Ulmer's 1945 masterpiece Detour. Margaret is also a producer, known for Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese (2019), The 50 Year Argument (2014), Public Speaking (2010), George Harrison: Living in the Material World (2011), No Direction Home: Bob Dylan (2005), and the PBS 7-part series The Blues (2003).
Well, we had Karstcast host and video essayist extraordinaire Karsten Runquist on to discuss one of his favorite Scorsese movies and then most of his audio was lost. Prior to editing the podcast, I recorded a brief intro explaining our new release schedule and didn't mention the missing audio because I didn't know that it was missing until I started editing the episode at my girlfriend's place a few hours later. Now it's 3:30 in the morning and I'm finishing the edit but I don't have my microphone so I can't record a new intro with a disclaimer about the audio issues and, frankly, I just want to get this thing uploaded so my night can be over. Pretty hack for the universe to After Hours me while I'm editing a podcast about After Hours but, like Paul Hackett himself, I probably deserve it. @RunquistKarsten @karstcast @austin_hayden @creamatoria @CineMythology email@example.com
Bright light city's gonna set our soul, gonna set our soul on fire... This week we visit the gaming capital of the world in the heat of Nevada, we drop by Las Vegas. The two very different sides of Las Vegas from the perspectives of the Elvis and Ann-Margaret led Viva Las Vegas and Martin Scorsese's Casino. The timings for this week are: Viva Las Vegas (04:59) Casino (23:51) Next weeks theme will be Python's make movies. Follow us on social media: Instagram: frametoframepod Twitter: frametoframepod Letterboxd: frametoframe Facebook: Frame to Frame Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow our network: Twitter: @we_madethis Instagram: @wemadethisnetwork Facebook: @wemadethis Website: www.wemadethisnetwork.com Music: Gothamlicious by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5741-gothamlicious License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Leave us a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts!
Bright light city's gonna set our soul, gonna set our soul on fire... This week we visit the gaming capital of the world in the heat of Nevada, we drop by Las Vegas. The two very different sides of Las Vegas from the perspectives of the Elvis and Ann-Margaret led Viva Las Vegas and Martin Scorsese's Casino.The timings for this week are:Viva Las Vegas (04:59)Casino (23:51)Next weeks theme will be Python's make movies.Follow us on social media:Instagram: frametoframepodTwitter: frametoframepodLetterboxd: frametoframeFacebook: Frame to FrameEmail: email@example.comFollow our network:Twitter: @we_madethisInstagram: @wemadethisnetworkFacebook: @wemadethisWebsite: www.wemadethisnetwork.com Music:Gothamlicious by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5741-gothamlicious License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Leave us a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts!
Airhorn airhorn! Featuring... What's This Shit?!?! - We can see you counting, guys. What We're Watching: He's All That; Speed 2: Cruise Control; Scorsese blind spots Hosted by your own personal cinematic Oreo Cakester and Go-Tarts! Pictured: The two co-hosts Music by Splash '96 Sponsored by Revelator Coffee
Brothers Phil & Warren try not to get their heads stuck in a vise while deep diving into Martin Scorsese's epic crime drama classic “Casino.” Topics include: behind the scenes (3:40), the stars of the picture (17:45), stats & accolades (27:30), best scenes & lines (38:10), Judge Bob's recasting court (1:04:25), and the film's legacy & lore (1:24:45), plus much more.
This week on Fabulous Film & Friends it's round four of the seemingly endless Coppola v. Scorsese Film Battle, where we shift gears downward with two problematic, others might say misunderstood, passion projects in both maestros' respective canons, as we compare Martin Scorsese's 1988 semi-Biblical epic The Last Temptation of Christ, starring Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, Barbara Hershey, Barry Miller, Andre Gregory, Irvin Kershner and David Bowie to Francis Ford Coppola's take on Bram Stoker's Dracula, released in 1992 and starring Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, Keanu Reeves, Cary Elwes, Richard E. Grant, Bill Campbell and Tom Waits. Joining me in this epic clash of blood, life, death and resurrection are my sister Roseanne Caputi, actor, photographer, and erstwhile cycle-jockey, Gordon Alex Robertson and celebrated author, producer and everyone's favorite gadfly George Young who has just announced that his Vampire-themed novel DracuLAND is due to hit the store shelves Halloween of 2022. With so much ground to cover here are two brief synopses:The Last Temptation of Christ reimagines the life and impact of Jesus Christ through the lens of an unwilling, doubtful, mood swinging, weakling who has less sense of purpose than your average over-priced New York Plumber. And with all the Brooklyn accents in the film, you'd think the plumbers' union delegation took a wrong turn at Poughkeepsi and ended up in The Holy Land. Meanwhile Bram Stoker's Dracula breaks up the legendary novel about the infamous Blood-sucking Count Dracula into three distinct, competing and non-complimentary films: 1) a not so erotic tale of swooning eroticism and temptation, 2) a keystone cops movie starring four bland and bumbling supporting actors who look and act exactly alike, save the one who sounds like he stepped off of a surfer turned bank robbers film and 3) a glib action movie starring an entertaining, beef-eating German vampire hunter) Are these misunderstood gems or just flat out turkeys?Find out!
Things are getting a little awkward on the podcast this week, as our film ‘The King of Comedy' focuses on the most socially inept and un-self aware protagonist that we've covered so far, Rupert Pupkin! (not Pumpkin, or Puffer, get it right) This 1982 Martin Scorsese movie might have bombed at the box office and received lukewarm reviews at the time, but it's comments on fame and public perfection are as relevant as either. We briefly go into our relationship with Scorsese as a director, and Austin incorrectly states that he was the man behind the camera on Shark Tale (which is ass). We're also drinking a lime flavored sour thing by Dominga brewing.
Let's take a dive into Scorsese's catalog to a movie with those signature crane shots and quick cuts, but with an extremely low body count. The exploration of love and longing within a rigid world is portrayed by epic performances from Daniel Day Lewis, Michelle Pfieffer, and Winona Ryder and camerawork that speaks as much as the characters. In this odd child of Scorsese's body of work, you're sure to find swoon-worthy dialogue, Oscar winning costumes, and a love story with more than what meets the eye. Thank you to The Epic Mouthful for commissioning this podcast! You can get your very own custom commissioned podcast by visiting https://support.baldmove.com/. Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Movie Wars crew takes a gamble on episode 0030 where we compare Casino and Rounders. These films show gambling and high-stakes poker from different perspectives. Scorsese described Casino as a grandiose, indirect sequel to his Masterpiece Good Fellas. Rounders shows the seedy underground of high-stakes poker with a 90's flare. Roll the dice and enjoy Casino Vs. Rounders. https://www.patreon.com/moviewarspodcast?fan_landing=true (Click here) to become an executive producer on Movie Wars by supporting us on https://www.patreon.com/moviewarspodcast?fan_landing=true (Patreon)! A measly $7 gets you access to Kyle's new 15-minute show “Filmosophy”, interviews with legendary filmmakers, Host Q and A, and bonus content. Film Summaries (info courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes) Casino In early-1970s Las Vegas, low-level mobster Sam "Ace" Rothstein (Robert De Niro) gets tapped by his bosses to head the Tangiers Casino. At first, he's a great success in the job, but over the years, problems with his loose-cannon enforcer Nicky Santoro (Joe Pesci), his ex-hustler wife Ginger (Sharon Stone), her con-artist ex Lester Diamond (James Woods) and a handful of corrupt politicians put Sam in ever-increasing danger. Martin Scorsese directs this adaptation of Nicholas Pileggi's book. Rating: R Genre: Crime, Drama Original Language: English Director: Martin Scorsese Producer: Barbara De Fina Writer: Nicholas Pileggi, Martin Scorsese Release Date (Theaters): Nov 22, 1995 Original Release Date (Streaming): Feb 26, 2002 Box Office (Gross USA): $42.4M Runtime: 2h 57m Distributor: MCA/Universal Pictures [us] Rounders Mike McDermott (Matt Damon) loses his money in a poker game against Russian gangster Teddy "KGB" (John Malkovich). Under pressure from his girlfriend, Jo (Gretchen Mol), he promises to quit gambling. This lasts until his friend, Lester "Worm" Murphy (Edward Norton), gets out of prison and needs to pay off an old debt. The pair come close to earning the money back but are caught cheating. Then Mike finds out the debt is owed to Teddy and makes one last-ditch effort to beat the Russian. Rating: R Genre: Drama Original Language: English Director: John Dahl Producer: Joel Stillerman, Ted Demme Writer: David Levien, Brian Koppelman Release Date (Theaters): Sep 8, 1998 Original Release Date (Streaming): Mar 10, 2009 Box Office (Gross USA): $22.9M Runtime: 2h 0m Distributor: Miramax Films
Lolly Hayes (Lorraine Hayward) - Johnny Boy & Sister Lover - in conversation with David Eastaugh Formed in 2002, Johnny Boy took their name from Robert De Niro's character in Martin Scorsese's film, Mean Streets. Their debut single, "Johnny Boy Theme" featured Scorsese's opening voice-over from the film. Their single "You Are The Generation That Bought More Shoes And You Get What You Deserve" was produced by James Dean Bradfield (of Manic Street Preachers) and achieved critical acclaim. Bradfield also co-produced their debut album, Johnny Boy, which received mixed reviews.
Matt and Nicole watch and discuss the next film on their Martin Scorsese journey, the Howard Hughes biopic, The Aviator. Links and stuff:Twitter: kidgoesdownPODInstagram: afterthekidgoesdownMerch: Click Here!!!Mixed Breed Brewing: check out their websiteor follow them on instagram (@mixedbreedbrewing). Mention us there for 5% off your bill!!!!
This week the Round 3 bell rings loud on our Francis Ford Coppola vs. Martin Scorsese masters of cinema fight for the heavyweight crown of greatest American Filmmaker as we compare their two most extraordinary works, 1979's Apocalypse Now starring Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando, Frederic Forrest, Sam Bottoms, Laurence Fishbourne, Albert Hall, Harrison Ford, G.D. Spradlin and Dennis Hopper, against 1980's Raging Bull, starring Robert DeNiro, Cathy Moriarity, Joe Pesci, Nicholas Colasanto, Theresa Saldana, Frank Vincent and Charles Scorsese. Joining me this week are series regulars Roseanne Caputi, from the Ken and Dante Youtube show, Kendrick Wright and Dante Oliviero and back for his second FFF appearance, Poet. Book Seller. Lover. Thinker: Matthew Turvey. Apocalypse Now charts the journey up Vietnam's Nung River and through the metaphorical portals of time as Army Captain Benjamin Willard, an assassin in a Covert Ops unit is assigned the terminaton—with extreme prejudice, of rougue Special Forces Colonel Walter Kurtz, who has gone AWOL and started his own army with Cambodian Montignard tribesmen during the peak of the U.S. war in Vietnam in the 1970's. Raging Bull catalogs the rise and fall of 1940's era middleweight Italian American boxing champ Jake LaMotta as he reaches the top of the boxing world while repeatedly asking his brother Joey if he slept with his wife Vikki. Once again the rules: We going to go around the panel and saliently state whose work we prefer in as many cinematic components as we can cover.The Categories are:Acting Screenplay CinematographyProduction DesignMusicEditingDirection
Welcome to the RMPodcast! Review: Thor Laugh and Squander (@ 5:23) Vices Segment (@ 1:06:19) This week we review the next MCU blockbuster, Thor Love and Thunder, but does it live up to expectations? The box office has been booming but as we reach the end of blockbuster season will the box office continue to surge or are theaters in for another drought? Kevin Smith discusses Scorsese's comments in the MCU, as Taika Waititi declares there will be no directors cut of Thor 4. In this week's Vices we discuss personal hygiene! How important to you is your hygiene? Did you enjoy Thor Love and Thunder? Agree with Scorsese or Kevin Smith's remarks? Want discuss your hygienic hobbits? Then shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org! Be sure to check out all Red Moon has to offer by visiting our website: www.redmoonproductions.com Headlines: Will Box Office keep surging? Kevin Smith recalls Scorsese's comments on Marvel Waititi has no interest in a directors cut James Caan passes at 82
Easy Drugs & Raging Egos: New Hollywood & the Auteur Era On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Mr. Chavez & I take a look at Ted Demme & Richard LaGravenese's IFC Documentary, A Decade Under the Influence and Kenneth Bowser's Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock 'N' Roll Generation Saved Hollywood. It's a great time for a couple of cinema nerds to look at one of the greatest periods in the history of cinema. We look at the big names and the legacy of the 70s that continues to fascinate us 30+ years later. This week we talk the usual names: DePalma, Coppola, Spielberg, Bogdanovich, Schrader, and many more including - of course - Scorsese. It's a whole lot of fun. Take a listen and let us know what you think. Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be directed to email@example.com. Our Continued Thanks for Your Love and Support.
In our 50th episode Matt and Nicole watch and discuss the next film on their Martin Scorsese journey, the New York City epic, Gangs of New York. Links and stuff:Twitter: kidgoesdownPODInstagram: afterthekidgoesdownMerch: Click Here!!!Mixed Breed Brewing: check out their websiteor follow them on instagram (@mixedbreedbrewing). Mention us there for 5% off your bill!!!!
"For guys like me, Las Vegas washes away your sins. It's a morality car wash." We are so excited to have the one and only Alana Levinson on the pod. She's a writer, editor, and co-host of the West Coast fashion podcast, Free Validation. And today, we're getting very EYE-TALIAN and talking about mob movies, specifically Martin Scorsese's 1995 flick Casino. From Robert De Niro's iconic coral-colored suit, to the countless looks sported by style icon Ginger (played by Sharon Stone), the costumes are bananas, and for that we have Rita Ryack and John Dunn to thank. Tune in now! Follow Alana on Instagram and Twitter Listen to Free Validation Sources: https://www.theringer.com/movies/2020/11/20/21575907/casino-outfits-robert-de-niro-sharon-stone-scorcese https://www.vogue.com/article/sharon-stone-casino-ginger-25th-anniversary https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1995-11-24-ca-6810-story.html For visuals of the costumes, follow us on Instagram at @fishnetflixpod and TikTok @fishnetflix ! DM or email your movie requests at firstname.lastname@example.org! Don't forget to please rate, subscribe, and leave a review wherever you listen to the show!
Juan Claudio de Ramón es diplomático y escritor. Ha vivido en Canadá y en Roma. Acaba de publicar el libro "Roma desordenada" (Siruela) donde comparte impresiones, semblanzas, recuerdos e historias de un lugar que nunca se termina de atrapar del todo. Con Juancla charlamos sobre escribir, el turismo, maletas, Caravaggio, Scorsese, Risto Mejide, la luz y los colores de una ciudad, ladrillos, Lost in Translation, Aladdin, Larra y mucho más.Notas del podcast:LIBROS:- Roma desordenada – Juan Claudio de Ramón - La ciudad de los vivos – Nicola Lagioia - Canadiana – Juan Claudio de Ramón - El nervio óptico – María Gaínza - El ruido eterno – Alex Ross - Carta de Italia – Josep Pla - Artículos – Mariano José de Larra - Oráculo manual y arte de prudencia - Baltasar Gracián - Todo el año es carnaval – Mariano José de Larra - Asesinato en el Orient-Express – Agatha Christie PELÍCULAS: - Lost in Translation – Sofia Coppola (Netflix) - Il Sorpasso – Dino Risi (Filmin) - Il Boom (El especulador) – Vittorio de Sica (Netflix) - Aladdin (Disney +)
Let's talk about burnout with Martin Scorsese's Bringing Out the Dead. We compare it to other Scorsese films and it gives us a chance to talk about Marty. Essential workers, appreciation weeks and compassion are all discussed. Finally, Rob's Toilet Story. If you'd like to support our nonsense, join our Patreon at https://patreon.com/themidnightboys
The 2016 adaptation of Shūsaku Endō's novel was a passion project for director Martin Scorsese decades in the making. However the heartfelt historical religious drama was a box office bomb, largely prompting Scorsese to move to streaming releases. Follow us! Instagram: @undercastcompany, Twitter: @undercastco, Facebook: Undercast Company. Email us at email@example.com, join our Discord, or support us on Patreon! Don't forget to check out our friends at With Nothing to Say!
Tous les amateurs de Bob Dylan ont leur petite histoire à raconter sur le Nez Chantant. La publication chez Nouvelles Editions Place de Bob Dylan et le cinéma par Angel Quintana est l'occasion pour nous de nous épancher sur notre idylle avec le Prix Nobel, via Peckinpah, Pennebaker, Scorsese ou Haynes, en passant par l'unique réalisation du génie, Renaldo & Clara, qui reste le Fear and Desire de Dylan tourné pendant la Rolling Thunder Revue. La moitié poilue de l'émission étant peut friande d'harmonica, c'est l'Iznogoud d'En Attendant Godard, Thomas, qui met de côté ses futiles occupations pour enfin aborder un sujet qui vaut la peine d'être écouté tous les matins au réveil et qui accompagne la moitié imberbe de l'émission pour une présentation sommaire de l'œuvre du plus grand artiste en activité, en attendant une future actualité qui nous permettra d'en remettre une couche .
PBS invites Marty back to the Masters series to talk about controversial director, Elia Kazan. The Grouches navigate their feelings on his art, his actions, and how Scorsese covers the life and work of one America's finest directors.
This episode, we return to the work of director Martin Scorsese, with one of his very few films to receive zero Oscar nominations, 2010′s Shutter Island. The film was Scorsese's highly anticipate follow-up to The Departed after finally securing his overdue Oscar win, and reunited him with that film's star Leonardo DiCaprio. Adapted from Dennis … Continue reading "199 – Shutter Island"
The Otaku Street boys summon their inner Scorsese-movie mobsters and get into a TON of topics. Wild WWE updates are WILD (2:48-7:05). Artificial Intelligence will be the downfall of our species and Cyberpunk is hard to draw (7:35-14:35). There's new Avatar content coming down the pipeline which then leads the guys to speculate on Netflix‘s upcoming One Piece live-action show (14:50-25:05). The guys have major poopy pants after the Mario Strikers: Battle League release and they are not going to let you forget it (25:12-58:30). Episodes 6 and 7 of The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 are reviewed and rated (58:38-96:12). ✅ Follow the NEW Twitch channel
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 222: Goodfellas Released 15 June 2022 For this episode, we watched and talked over Martin Scorsese's crime classic Goodfellas, based on the book Wise Guys by Nicholas Pileggi, who wrote the screenplay with Scorsese. Thelma Schoonmaker handled the editing, the cinematography was by Michael Ballhaus and the cast includes Ray Liotta, Robert de Niro, Joe Pesci, Lorraine Bracco and Paul Sorvino. It cost $25m and made about $47m at the box office. It was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director and Joe Pesci won Best Supporting Actor. It has a 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. BEST PICK – the book is out now from all the usual places, including… From the publisher https://tinyurl.com/best-pick-book-rowman UK Amazon https://amzn.to/3zFNATI US Amazon https://www.amzn.com/1538163101 UK bookstore https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781538163108 US bookstore https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/best-pick-john-dorney/1139956434 Audio book https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Best-Pick-Audiobook/B09SBMX1V4 To send in your questions, comments, thoughts and ideas, you can join our Facebook group, Tweet us on @bestpickpod or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also Tweet us individually, @MrJohnDorney, @ItsJessRegan or @TomSalinsky. You should also visit our website at https://bestpickpod.com and sign up to our mailing list to get notified as soon as a new episode is released. Just follow this link: http://eepurl.com/dbHO3n. If you enjoy this podcast and you'd like to help us to continue to make it, you can now support us on Patreon for as little as £2.50 per month. Thanks go to all of the following lovely people who have already done that. Alex Frith, Alex Wilson, Alison Sandy, Amanda Grey, Andrew Jex, Andrew Straw, Ann Blake, Anna Barker, Anna Coombs, Anna Elizabeth Rawles, Anna Jackson, Anna Joerschke, Anne Dellamaria, Annmarie Gray, Anthea Murray, Ben Squires, Carlos Cajilig, Caroline Moyes Matheou, Cathal McGuire, Catherine Jewkes, Chamois Chui, Charlotte, Charlotte M, Conrad Uno, Craig Boutlis, Daina Aspin, Dave Kloc, David Fraser, David Gillespie, Della, Drew Milloy, Drogo Danderfluff, Elis Bebb, Elizabeth McClees, Esther de Lange, Evelyne Oechslin, Fiona, Flora, frieMo, Gavin Brown, Helen Cousins, Helle Rasmussen, Henry Bushell, Ian C Lau, Imma Chippendale, Jane Coulson, Jess McGinn, Joel Aarons, Jonquil Coy, Joy Wilkinson, Judi Cox, Julie Dirksen, Kate Butler, Kath, Katie Hammonds, Katy Espie, Kurt Scillitoe, Lawson Howling, Lewis Owen, Linda Lengle, Lisa Gillespie, Lucinda Baron von Parker, Mary Traynor, Matheus Mocelin Carvalho, Matt Price, Michael Walker, Michael Wilson, Mike Evans, Pat O'Shea, Peter, Rebecca O'Dwyer, Richard Ewart, Robert Heath, Robert Orzalli, Sally Grant, Sam Elliott, Sharon Colley, Simon Ash, Sladjana Ivanis, Tim Gowen, Tom Stockton, Wayne Wilcox, Zarah Daniel.
This week we celebrate the filmography of one of the greatest gangster-actors of our generation, who for the record is a great actor in general. First we have a childhood favorite of Lindsay's, Corrina, Corrina. A surprisingly sincere look at the best and worst parts of classic 60s Americana, this film really let's the less known soft-side of Liotta shine. Then we talk about his arguably most famous film, Goodfellas. This best-of Scorsese film really gave Liotta the space to shine as the epitome of a gangster and truly set the stage for his long and successful career. Enjoy!
This Week on Fabulous Film and Friends, we're ringing the Round 2 bell of our Francis Ford Coppola vs. Martin Scorsese masters of cinema fight for the crown of greatest American Filmmaker as we compare Mob Epics 1972/74's Godfathers I &II starring Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, James Caan, Richard Castalleno, John Cazale, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Abe Vigoda, Michael V. Gazzo and Lee Strasberg to name but a few, to 1990's Goodfellas, starring Ray Liotta, Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci, Lorrain Bracco, and Paul Sorvino. Joining me once again in my Steadicam shot through the Coconut Grove of Cinema loving Wiseguys and gals are my sister Roseanne Caputi, also known as "Kid Kitchen Gloves," cuz she's always doing the dishes while we're gulping down our sausage and peppers, then there's Kendrick “Two Things” Wright, because he never brings up just one thing when he wants to make a point, his partner in crime Dante “The Director” Oliviero cuz he's the only one among us who's always making movies, and finally Alex “Mr. Mimic” Robertson, cuz he's always mimicking people. So while it wasn't mandatory, I felt we should watch Godfather II in addition to the Godfather as the two really are just one long movie, but technically we have three movies to compare totaling 9 hours of screentime. The synopses: First, The Godfather's I & II chart the rise and fall of the the Corleone family led by patriarch Vito Corleone as he withstands an assassination attempt and then hands off his criminal empire to his son Michael, whom he hoped would avoid a life of corruption and one day become a great American politician. Conversely Goodfellas catalogues the life and times of actual Wiseguy Henry Hill who joined the mob as teenager in a childhood dream come true and evolves from petty crook to high end theif and hijacker, accessory to murder and ultimately finger pointer in the federal witness protection program. Okay, here are the rules again: We going to go around the panel and quickly state whose work we prefer in as many cinematic components as we can cover in what will probably be 3 hours. The Categories are: Acting Screenplay CinematographyProduction DesignMusicEditingDirection
In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, a Martin Scorsese film that took years to come together, and a career-altering Kevin Smith movie. The Irishman was a long talked about reunion of Scorsese and Robert De Niro - but it was always set to be expensive, long, and not family-friendly. Just who would want to pay the bill? Finding a financier was much easier where Kevin Smith's Zack And Miri Make A Porno was concerned - but other problems were around the corner. 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.
Lee, Leah, and returning OG host Daniel take a look at an all-time classic gangster movie this time out with Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas" (1990). The conversation revolves around where Scorsese was career-wise at this point; the ages of the actors compared to the ages of their real-life counterparts; brilliant performances; brilliant shots; violence; pasta sauce; the realities of the wiseguy lifestyle; wigs; and just what a flipper disc was, among a lot of other topics. Also, the hosts play another round of the IMDB Stattogories game and talk about what they've watched recently. Now, grab your fucking shine box and give us a listen. "Goodfellas" IMDB Find Daniel's great podcast I Don't Speak German here. Featured Music: "Speedo" by The Cadillacs; "Remember (Walkin' in the Sand)" by The Shangri-Las & "Ain't that a Kick in the Head" by Dean Martin.
Robert Burns is searching for Rondo Hatton and the new documentary, years in the making, aims to capture the near spiritual quest by the famed art director of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Tourist Trap, and many others! Director and lauded journalist Joe M. O'Connell pieced together this previously unknown personal tale in the annals of horror history through reenactments, interviews with family, friends, the likes of Tobe Hooper, Dee Wallace, Joe Bob Briggs, and much more. We sit down with Joe to discuss the impact of the film, the long making-of process, meeting Bob Burns himself before his untimely passing, guerilla filmmaking at its finest, and get down to why this story needed to be told about the intersecting lives of these two faces of horror. RONDO AND BOB is streaming via Electric Entertainment on all platforms. Download the interview now and uncover Rondo Hatton for yourself! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulp Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641 Amazon Podcasts: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7c11ff8b-2875-454d-8770-8b1d36d04b52Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/534ZPRmDoZzNs5GtiAhOEcStitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stpr https://www.rondoandbob.com/https://twitter.com/rondoandbobhttps://twitter.com/joemoconnell
As far as the AMPM VIDEO crew can remember, we always wanted to talk about GoodFellas a 1990 American biographical crime film directed by Martin Scorsese, written by Nicholas Pileggi and Scorsese, and produced by Irwin Winkler. It is a film adaptation of the 1985 nonfiction book Wiseguy by Pileggi. Starring Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci, Lorraine Bracco and Paul Sorvino, the film narrates the rise and fall of mob associate Henry Hill and his friends and family from 1955 to 1980. Scorsese initially titled the film Wise Guy and postponed making it; he and Pileggi later changed the title to Goodfellas. To prepare for their roles in the film, De Niro, Pesci and Liotta often spoke with Pileggi, who shared research material left over from writing the book. According to Pesci, improvisation and ad-libbing came out of rehearsals wherein Scorsese gave the actors freedom to do whatever they wanted. The director made transcripts of these sessions, took the lines he liked most and put them into a revised script, which the cast worked from during principal photography. You can watch the video podcast on YouTube, listen on Spotify or Apple Music & catch us next week live on twitch.tv/ampmvideo Drop a comment, like & hit the subscribe button. Give us a follow @ampm.video & @goteamvideo BIG shoutout to @gubbsmusic for our intro/outro music & BIG shoutout to @shotfromthepit for our fun promo photos! ⚡️ If you would like to support @ampm.video & @goteamvideo for all we do & so that we can keep creating more content, check out patreon.com/ampmvideo
durée : 00:58:24 - Entendez-vous l'éco ? - par : Tiphaine de Rocquigny - Après nous être penchés sur le cinéma de Frank Capra et celui des frères Coen, nous nous intéressons aujourd'hui à l'argent selon Martin Scorsese, des bas-fonds mafieux de Little Italy aux hautes sphères de la finance en passant par le pognon des casinos... - invités : Thierry Suchère auteur; Thomas Sotinel Critique au journal Le monde
One of the best shows on TV right now is THE OFFER on Paramount+. Actor Patrick Gallo, who plays Mario Puzo, joins Mase and Sue to talk about how he was casted, working with great actors like Miles Teller, Matthew Goode and Dan Fogler and the incredible story of the making of THE GODFATHER. He also talks about his work with Scorsese, DeNiro & Pacino in THE IRISHMAN.
Ladies and Gentlemen, are you ready for some high stakes gangsters? This is a big ol' epic mob movie about Casinos and we are here to talk about all of it! All 3 hours of it. But don't worry, we will condense it for you. We compare this one a LOT to Goodfellas. Guest starring the hollywood legend himself, Joe gives us his personal feelings about this compared to Goodfellas. We also dig deep into Ace's character, the way this story works, and also how all dads can connect to this epic gangster movie. This is the end of our Scorsese run though. Now we must lay this to rest and depart from it. it was great to be with the ol' gang for a while, just hangin' with some goodfellas. All bets are off for the next series we will do. Also, please check out Sirr's Furniture! He produces some amazing pieces of woodworking and we can personally vouch for the quality of his work. Check out his website at https://sirrsfurniture.com/NYFM or his Instagram for more pictures of his work. Email us at email@example.com and be sure to check out our twitter @NYFMovies and follow us on Instagram. Please consider joining our Patreon if you want to support us and you like what you hear! You can find our website at www.nyfmovies.com and any and all other links HERE.
Matt and Nicole watch and discuss the next film on their Martin Scorsese journey, The Last Temptation of Christ. Links and stuff:Twitter: kidgoesdownPODInstagram: afterthekidgoesdownMerch: Click Here!!!Mixed Breed Brewing: check out their website or follow them on instagram (@mixedbreedbrewing). Mention us there for 5% off your bill!!!!
Become a MaxFun supporter or boost/upgrade your membership! maximumfun.org/joinMatt Reeves' new Batman movie (maybe you heard about it?) is finally streaming, and we're commemorating the moment with Batman nerd – ahem, EXPERT – Glen Weldon. Plus, what made-up movie drug haunts our panelists' dreams? It's a MaxFunDrive spectacular!What's GoodAlonso: shelled pistachiosDrea: Life in Looks on YouTubeGlen: First time/long time! & Star Trek: Strange New WorldsIfy: Apex Legends - Newcastle!ITIDICJustin Lin Has Stepped Down as the Director of Fast XViola Davis has responded to criticism of her portrayal of Michelle ObamaScorsese's Film Foundation to Start Virtual Screening Room for Restored MoviesStaff PicksDrea: All My Friends Hate MeAlonso: Teen Titans Go! to the MoviesGlen: CarefulIfy: There Will Be BloodJoin us April 30, 2022 at 4pm Pacific for a watch along of DIRTY DANCING! You'll find it on Twitch at twitch.tv/IfDeezSome of Glen's Books:The Caped Crusade: Batman and the Rise of Nerd CultureNPR's Podcast Startup GuideBuy Alonso's book, I'll Be Home For Christmas MoviesWith:Ify NwadiweDrea ClarkAlonso DuraldeGlen WeldonProduced by Marissa FlaxbartSr. Producer Laura Swisher