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This week, we talk about a comic adaptation where the fictional stories are actually biographies, which perhaps is why the plot is so contrived. We watched The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, what I imagine Sean Connery calls his drinking buddies. How will The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen hold up? Host: Daniel Panel: Matthew, Nic, and Nur Directed by Stephen Norrington Starring: Sean Connery, Stuart Townsend, Peta Wilson, Jason Flemyng, Naseeruddin Shah, Tony Curran, Shane West, Richard Roxburgh, Max Ryan, Tom Goodman-Hill
Mark Cerulli is a writer, producer, and director who helped create the “Making Of” series giving us the behind the scenes look at GOLDFINGER and THUNDERBALL. Mark tells us how the series was made, behind the scenes stories, his interactions with Sean Connery, and much more. Mark also discusses his documentary BY DESIGN: THE JOE CAROFF STORY. We KNOW every James Bond fan is familiar with Joe Caroff's work. Yet, you probably have never heard of him. Mark fills you in on Joe's major contributions to the James Bond movie franchise as well as other places you will have seen Joe's work. The documentary is available for streaming on MAX. Finally, Mark discusses his upcoming movie, AREA 5150. This is the first full-length movie that Mark Cerulli has written and produced. So, have a listen and you'll “Be in the Know”. We had a lot of fun with this interview. You can check out all of our podcast episodes on your favorite podcast app or on our website. Our channel name is CRACKING THE CODE OF SPY MOVIES. Ideas/Comments? Info@cracking-the-code-of-spy-movies.com Website page: https://bit.ly/44XruL5
Sean Connery puts on some Studio 54 costume, Ator rides around and Linnet gets captured but she's a bird so its ok. "The Sword of the Valiant" is a 1984 movie that attempted to adapt the timeless Arthurian legend into a cinematic experience. Unfortunately, this adaptation falls far short of capturing the magic and wonder of the source material. Here's why this film left me thoroughly disappointed: Lackluster Storytelling: The film's plot is a disjointed mess that fails to engage the audience. It veers away from the rich and intricate narrative of the Arthurian legend, opting for a dull and simplified version. The story lacks depth, character development, and emotional resonance, making it difficult to invest in the fates of the characters. Mediocre Acting: The cast, led by Miles O'Keeffe as Sir Gawain and Sean Connery as the Green Knight, delivers performances that are uninspired at best. O'Keeffe's Gawain comes across as wooden and unconvincing, while Connery's talents are utterly wasted on a character that feels one-dimensional. The chemistry between the actors is virtually non-existent, making it difficult to connect with their plights. Poor Production Values: The Sword of the Valiant's production values leave much to be desired. The special effects are laughably outdated, even by 1984 standards, making the fantastical elements of the story seem cheesy and unconvincing. The costume and set design are equally lackluster, failing to transport viewers to the enchanting world of King Arthur's court. Straying from the Source Material: While creative adaptations can breathe new life into classic tales, "The Sword of the Valiant" takes too many liberties with the original legend. It abandons key elements of the Arthurian mythos in favor of a disjointed and uninspired narrative that feels more like a generic fantasy film than a faithful retelling. Missed Opportunity: The Arthurian legend is a treasure trove of rich characters, moral dilemmas, and epic battles. "The Sword of the Valiant" squanders this potential by delivering a forgettable and lackluster film that fails to capture the essence of the legend's enduring appeal. "The Sword of the Valiant" is a lackluster and forgettable adaptation of the Arthurian legend. Its uninspired storytelling, mediocre acting, and poor production values make it a disappointing experience for fans of this timeless tale. There are far better adaptations of the Arthurian legend out there, and I would recommend seeking them out instead of wasting your time on this lackluster film.
You've dealt with us commentating over some pretty bad non-official Bond films so why not another one? Because we're back for our commentary of the grand daddy of all the non-official Bond films, the 1983 movie that saw Sean Connery return to the role and create a battle we didn't know we needed, Never Say Never Again. Are we going to pay attention to this film this time? Are we going to be more complimentary than our last commentary? Did we realise that last line actually rhymed? Why are we so happy to wish Noah a happy birthday two months late? Do we remember the death by piss? Is this movie the movie that aged Sean Connery? Why is Colin so ready to commit assault in this movie? What promise has Ben broken to Noah? And what other movies do we want to watch instead of this? Brace yourself for another episode that you probably will be entertained but will also showcase why we're number 25 on the top 24 Bond podcasts on the internet! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Spoiler free until 00:32:10!Andrew, Ryan, and Steven review Michael Bay's The Rock! Just how over the top is Nicolas Cage in this film? Why did Sean Connery sign up for this? How hard is it to watch Michael Bay's quick cuts and edits? How crazy were some of the stunts? Is there anything about this film that isn't over the top? Were we even entertained?! We answer all these questions and more in this episode!00:00:00 Intro00:03:25 Other 90s action films 00:13:00 Spoiler Free Review00:32:10 Intermission00:34:36 Trivia00:42:57 Spectacle00:52:28 Performance00:58:40 Score01:00:50 Plot01:08:48 Entertainment01:12:44 OutroThe Rock is Definitely a James Bond movie: https://youtu.be/9FdnevXjqdc?si=QKweoDW6aywcQbmQWebsite: https://www.spoilersintendedpodcast.com/Patreon : patreon.com/SpoilersIntendedPodcastDiscord : https://discord.gg/kGRAmjbqcF
Joey Joleen Mataele plays the lead in a story about royalty, tradition and reputation, and how having just one person in your corner can let you lead a life that's truly yours (and meet Sean Connery in a castle while you're at it.)
Una Intrigante Adaptación Literaria en la Pantalla Grande La adaptación cinematográfica de obras literarias ha sido una tradición en la industria del cine durante décadas. Sin embargo, no todas las adaptaciones logran capturar la esencia y la profundidad de la obra original. "El Nombre de la Rosa," dirigida por Jean-Jacques Annaud y basada en la novela homónima de Umberto Eco, es una de esas excepciones notables en las que la película no solo respeta la esencia del libro, sino que también le agrega una dimensión visual y auditiva que eleva la experiencia del espectador. Un Vistazo a la Trama La película, lanzada en 1986, está ambientada en el siglo XIV en un monasterio benedictino en Italia. El protagonista, Guillermo de Baskerville, interpretado por Sean Connery, es un monje franciscano que llega al monasterio para resolver una serie de misteriosas muertes. Su joven aprendiz, Adso de Melk, interpretado por Christian Slater, lo acompaña en esta intriga llena de giros y misterios. La historia se desarrolla en medio de un ambiente opresivo y claustrofóbico, donde la influencia de la Iglesia y el poder monástico son palpables. El conflicto entre la razón y la fe se convierte en un tema central a medida que Guillermo, un hombre de mente abierta y empírico, investiga los asesinatos mientras se enfrenta a la resistencia de la ortodoxia religiosa. Elenco y Actuación La elección del elenco es uno de los puntos más fuertes de la película. Sean Connery ofrece una actuación memorable como Guillermo de Baskerville, mostrando su destreza como un pensador lógico y también como un hombre comprensivo. Christian Slater, en uno de sus primeros papeles importantes, aporta frescura y vulnerabilidad a su personaje, Adso de Melk. Además, el elenco de apoyo, que incluye a figuras notables como F. Murray Abraham y Ron Perlman, aporta profundidad y autenticidad a la representación de los diversos personajes del monasterio. Ambiente y Escenografía La película utiliza el entorno del monasterio con gran habilidad para crear una atmósfera asfixiante y sombría. Los pasillos oscuros, las celdas austeras y las imágenes religiosas ominosas contribuyen a un sentimiento de misterio y tensión. La cinematografía de Tonino Delli Colli es excepcional, capturando los detalles y la belleza de la arquitectura medieval de forma impresionante. La Adaptación Fiel al Libro Una de las razones por las que "El Nombre de la Rosa" se destaca entre las adaptaciones literarias es su fidelidad al material original. La película respeta la complejidad de la novela de Umberto Eco, manteniendo su intrincada trama y diálogos filosóficos. Aunque algunas subtramas se simplifican para ajustarse al formato cinematográfico, la esencia del libro se mantiene intacta. El Diálogo entre Fe y Razón "El Nombre de la Rosa" es mucho más que una simple historia de misterio. A través de los personajes de Guillermo y Adso, la película plantea cuestiones profundas sobre el conflicto entre la razón y la fe, la intolerancia religiosa y el conocimiento. La película invita a los espectadores a reflexionar sobre estas cuestiones sin imponer respuestas definitivas. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Álvaro García de El Fancine- https://elfan-cine.blogspot.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Antena Historia te regala 30 días PREMIUM, para que lo disfrutes https://www.ivoox.com/premium?affiliate-code=b4688a50868967db9ca413741a54cea5 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Produce Antonio Cruz Edita ANTENA HISTORIA Antena Historia (podcast) forma parte del sello iVoox Originals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- web……….https://antenahistoria.com/ correo.....email@example.com Facebook…..Antena Historia Podcast | Facebook Twitter…...https://twitter.com/AntenaHistoria Telegram…...https://t.me/foroantenahistoria DONACIONES PAYPAL...... https://paypal.me/ancrume ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ¿QUIERES ANUNCIARTE en ANTENA HISTORIA?, menciones, cuñas publicitarias, programas personalizados, etc. Dirígete a Antena Historia - AdVoices Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
The Later with Lou side-series continues with the best film yet and one of Lou's favourite films: Sleeping with the Enemy (1991). Discussion Points: -Sean has lost track of his side-series. -The iconic DVD read-through, now in an American accent! -Lou brings a better synopsis! -Jerry Goldsmith's awesome soundtrack. -Lou brings shed-loads of trivia. It's glorious. -The strength of this film upon multiple viewings. -The links between this film and Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (1980). -The time span of events. -This is not a 'chick flick' and you are missing out if you haven't seen this yet. Raised Questions: -Have Lou and Sean accidentally done a proper review? -Is Patrick Bergin one of the best evil characters ever? -Why do Americans call trousers' pants? -Will Americans understand the word 'undercrackers'? -What was Julia Roberts picking at the beginning? -Did you know there was a more graphic cut of this film? -Is Patrick Bergin easy on the eye? -Is Apple Pie English or American? -Can you see Sean Connery and Jane Fonda in this film? Thanks for Listening! *Apologies for the background noise during parts of this episode* Trailer: FilmFloggers: www.filmfloggers.com Review It Yourself now has a Patreon! Choose from TWO memberships: -'Nowt Special' Side Series: This 'Nowt Special' tier gives you Exclusive Access to a (ANOTHER) side-series in which Sean watches older, classic films.... + other benefits. -Rewatch It Yourself: +All the benefits of the 'Nowt Special' tier PLUS -An even-more exclusive series, where Sean takes you through every Zombie film he owns (there's quite a few). Find us here: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/review_it_yourself21 Twitter: @YourselfReview Instagram: reviewityourselfpodcast2021
Welcome to the rock, as the hosts partner up with the seal team to continue to review their favorite summer movies with an action classic, The Rock, starring Sean Connery, Nicholas Cage, Ed Harris and directed by Michael Bay. The film has been hailed as one of the all time 90's action movies that has stood the test of time. The hosts pair the film with the On The Rock's cocktail. So let's sit back, grab your popcorn, and select your favorite drink as the hosts celebrate this movie adventure ride.Come listen and follow us on Instagram @the.gentlemenpodcast and our website thegentlemenpodcast.com
Underneath the Mango Tree. This week we are back with Sean Connery in the movie that started it all! In his first starring role, James Bond takes on the mysterious (and barely seen) Dr. NO! Join Andrew, Blane, and Corey as we discuss the history of the Baretta company, Jack Lord & his gorgeous sunglasses, Quarrel believing in dragons and cutting his own face, and a completely ADR-ed Ursula Andress. At the end of the episode, we will offer our Awards & Judgments to see where this movie lands in James Bond History! Judgment Podcast LinkTree Judgment Email Music by brolefilmer from Pixabay
In a city of secrets, Sean Connery and Wesley Snipes face a web of deception. Danger lurks at every corner -- especially when you try to say "cultural appropriation" while doing a Connery impression. When East meets West, trust no one. Watch the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EXt9QUAWz4
Rogue Agents Episode 005: OK Connery a.k.a. Operation Kid Brother a.k.a Double Double-O Seven... This episode is a retro-rewind from the On Her Majesty's Secret Podcast Network! Here's the original posted information from when this episode originally aired on Aug 03, 2020. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Rogue Agents return! Starring Jarrod Alberich, The Yard Sale Artist - Jason Alberich - Delvin Williams - and Pat Sampson. This episode: Special Guest, Alan J. Porter, joins the Rogue Agents to discuss Sean Connery's brother, Neil, in Operation: Kid Brother (among other titles). Wanna be part of the show? EMail us your questions or comments - feel free to email us an audio file - to: OHMSPOD@outlook.com If you like our style AND you like comic books, check out the fellas on their other show: The Longbox Crusade at www.LongboxCrusade.com Be a part of the White Rocket Entertainment family by becoming a patron of the shows-we thank you by name on every episode: https://www.patreon.com/vanallenplexico Find links to everything we do at www.plexico.net ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Be sure to check out all the other Longbox Crusade shows at: www.LongboxCrusade.com Let us know what you think! Leave a comment by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org This podcast is a member of the Longbox Crusade Network: LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/longboxcrusade Follow on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LongboxCrusade Follow on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/longboxcrusade Like the FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/LongboxCrusade Subscribe to the YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/4Lkhov Subscribe on Apple Podcasts at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-longboxcrusade/id1118783510?mt=2 Thank you for listening and we hope you have enjoyed this episode of Rogue Agents! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/longbox-crusade/message
All rankings of the 25 007 films are purely personal preference, yet there are some listings that attract more controversy than others. Here, Chris Hunt (aka 'British Bond Addict') and I talk through our most unusual choices, including our views on; 'Thunderball' and 'Diamonds Are Forever' with Sean Connery, 'The Man With the Golden Gun' and 'For Your Eyes Only' with Roger Moore, and 'Quantum of Solace' and 'No Time to Die' with Daniel Craig. Which ones are high and low? Listen to find out.Check out his Instagram profile:www.instagram.com/britishbondaddict...and if you haven't seen it, do check out my 007-minute Youtube video on License to Kill:www.youtube.com/britishcultureMessage me anytime on Instagram, or e-mail: AlbionNeverDies@gmail.comCheck out my Red Bubble shopSubscribe to my newsletter for personal news, a look at 'behind the podcast', and a semi-regular chance of getting a postcard, notebook, or 'Alphabet of Britishness' mug from me: https://youtube.us9.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=b3afdae99897eebbf8ca022c8&id=5165536616 Support the show
Cage-A-Palooza 2023 Comes to a close this week, and Travis is joined by Alex Albisu to talk about his first time watching the 1996 action classic The Rock. Directed by Michael Bay, and starring Sean Connery alongside Nicolas Cage, this movie is a non-stop thrill ride. So, did Alex like it? Was it too long for an action movie? Does it stand the test of time, or should it be left in the 90s? Let's find out...Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@TheAudieNorman) for the album art. Outro music In Pursuit provided by Purple-Planet.comSupport the show by going to patreon.com/wyhsVisit tvstravis.com for more shows and projects from TVsTravis Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jmenuji se Bond. James Bond. Tak se představoval Sean Connery ve své nejslavnější roli agenta 007. Původně však tuto roli vůbec hrát neměl, protože producenti chtěli někoho slavnějšího. Ti však byli drazí a tak padl návrh na nepříliš známého herce Seana Conneryho. Spisovateli Ianu Flemingovi se nelíbil, protože si Bonda představoval jako snobského aristokrata. Žena jednoho z producentů však řekla, že Connery je báječný a to rozhodlo.
Join our email list to get Special reports and updates: https://dougcasey.substack.com/about Join our private member community at https://phyle.co Connect with us on Telegram: https://t.me/dougcasey Sean Connery's Death [00:00:02] Doug discusses the death of Sean Connery and his thoughts on actors throughout history. Doug's Encounter with Sean Connery [00:02:40] Doug shares a personal story about seeing Sean Connery in a restaurant and what he would have said to him. Doug's Sources of News [00:05:16] Doug talks about where he gets his news from, including online sources, newsletters, and independent sources on Substack. Reversing Affirmative Action and the Economy [00:15:40] Doug talks about the potential consequences of reversing affirmative action and its impact on the economy. The Renaissance Man [00:17:57] Doug discusses his upcoming book, "The Renaissance Man," which advises young men on alternatives to college and how to make the most of their time. best book ever written [00:28:26] Doug Casey discusses his personal favorite book and compares the Bible and the Quran. Total System Collapse and the Great Taking [00:32:07] Doug Casey talks about the potential collapse of the financial system and the concept of people owning nothing and being happy. Investments in Argentina and Property Rights [00:37:41] Doug Casey discusses the potential investments in Argentina, including real estate and the stock market. The failure of college alternatives [00:42:55] Discussion on the limited choices available to Americans after college and the growing recognition of college failures. The future of BRICS as a bloc [00:43:56] Analysis of the dysfunctional nature of third-world governments forming BRICS and the challenges they face in creating a successful bloc. China's unemployment and misallocation of capital [00:46:31] Exploration of the high unemployment rate in China, the misallocation of capital, and the potential for economic chaos in the country. The Fed's Dilemma [00:57:23] Discussion on the Federal Reserve's predicament with interest rates and the potential consequences for the economy. The Impending Crash [00:58:39] Speculation on the impending economic crash and the anticipation of its outcome. Overvalued Tech Companies [00:59:51] Analysis of the overvaluation of big tech companies like Apple, Amazon, and Nvidia, and the decision not to invest in them.
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It's been a couple of months since our last commentary and we're back to change that as the entire crew is once again together to bring you their unique talking over the 1967 version of Casino Royale! Why was this the movie we all wanted to commentate over? Why do we not remember this movie? Why is this movie so long? Why are we doing this? Why are we typing things out in this intro when we don't want to do this episode? Why would you want to listen to this episode? Why are you still reading this? Why? Like…why? Yeah we don't know either. But hey, if you're a fan. Listen! If not, wait till the next episode or go back and listen to one of our better episodes. Like ranking the secondary henchmen! That was a good one! Anyway. Cool. Description over. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Encore! Encore! - This month we're revisiting some of our favorite episodes from the last year. Today, we're going back to Episode 8: "The Most Perfect Leading Men". North By Northwest (1959) and Dr. No (1962) Two of the greatest thrilling film enterprises; Films by Alfred Hitchcock and the James Bond film franchise are still alive and well because we love a good thrill and we love James Bond! So – let's hang out on Mount Rushmore with Cary Grant and dive into the Jamaican sea with the sexiest and coolest James Bond ever – Sean Connery, such legendary manly men! To find out more about this and past episodes' movies, including trivia and other fun facts, visit the official Cinema Sounds & Secrets website. And check out our Instagram, @cinemasoundspod.
It's been ages (it seems) since we've had any new Star Wars releases to talk about, but here we are now with something we've been waiting for since Dave Filoni decided to tip it outta his cowboy hat. Ahsoka is here! What's going to happen? Well, we dive into all the rumors and theories swirling about the interwebs and let you know what we think will happen! Also, we talk about a Spidey swap heading into the new Avengers movies, how a single movie ended Sean Connery's career, Doctor Strange becoming the savior (or villain) of the multiverse, and a new Sheik Tweet of the Week this episode's The Week In Geek! LINKS OF INTEREST: - Could we have a Spidey Swap ahead of Avengers 6? - Behind the Scenes - How The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen ended Sean Connery's career - Doctor Strange as Savior of the Multiverse? - Mike Meyers salute to Sean Connery at AFI - Billy Connolly tribute to Sean Connery at BAFTA - How to gird your loins ...AND ANOTHER THING: The Man They Call Tim recommends a rewatch of Star Trek: The Next Generation (be patient through seasons one and two) Uncle Todd advises checking out all of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season two, but especially the season finale FOLLOW US ON THE SOCIAL MEDIAS: Facebook - http://facebook.com/freerangeidiocy Instagram - http://instagram.com/freerangeidiocy YouTube - http://youtube.com/@freerangeidiocy
Pulpy headlines on tonight's show: “Lake Havasu During Hurricane Season!”“Tainted Clam Chowder On A Movie Set!”“Movie Producer Tries To Scam An Entire City!”“Werewolf Santa Claus!”“Ask The Nice Guys If They Finish Last In A Movie Called The Nice Guys!”“RoboDoc: The RoboCop Doc Drops!”Thanks to Bricklayer on Amazon https://amzn.to/3qFmlt4 - Get ready to laugh, gasp, and question reality itself.Discover blockbuster entertainment with Starz https://bit.ly/StarzOfferBWBy contributing your support https://bit.ly/SupportTheShowBW you play a vital role in sustaining the show and ensuring its ongoing success.Enjoying Lake Havasu during hurricane weather? Remember how those MTV houseboat parties used to jumpstart those wild romances? Strolling down the London Bridge? Or how about impressing your date with Hook and the original Mortal Kombat? Our old stomping ground sounds like a tourist attraction.Ocean's 12 A Real Missing Diamond During Movie Promotion? A real diamond went missing during a racing promotion for this heist movie sequel. They strapped a diamond to a race car at the Grand Prix and naturally, they lost the diamond.Tainted Clam Chowder On Titanic Set? This happened when someone on set spiked the soup for the cast and crew.Sean Connery Dates The Mob, Sorta. During a love triangle with his co-star, Sean Connery punched out his rival for love - who happened to be a mobster.Grizzly 2 Producer Joseph Proctor tried to scam an entire city with a scheme to turn garbage into oil.A Werewolf Santa Claus movie is coming this fall. In a case of too little too late, we regret not being able to produce Full Moon Christmas before this one came out.Do nice guys finish last? Just ask the nice guys in The Nice Guys. In 1970s Los Angeles, a mismatched pair of private eyes investigate a missing girl and the mysterious death of a star. Russell Crowe as Healy and Ryan Gosling as March.The noir comedy earned 9 awards and 34 noms including the nom for Best Buddy Comedy from AARP's Grown Up Movie Awards and it won best comedy at IGN's Summer Movie Awards in 2016.Talents Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling both dropped out of high school to pursue their careers, and never had formal training in acting.The movie was initially pitched as a TV series but was rewritten as a film after the plot seemed to be going nowhere.Russell Crowe told Howard Stern that this was one of two films where he wishes there was a sequel as he liked playing his character. The other film was L.A. Confidential.During March's monologue about society taking a turn, a theatre in the background is playing "Bang Bang Kiss Kiss," a nod to Shane Black's previous film Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005).Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is about a thief who is mistaken for an actor and trained to be a private eye - with Robert Downey, Jr and Val Kilmer. One of Val's best roles in recent years before his health complications.Who is Shane Black? He played a role in Predator; he is famous for writing Lethal Weapon, Last Action Hero, The Last Boy Scout, and co-wrote The Monster Squad with Fred Dekker. He also wrote and directed The Predator (2018). Co-written by Fred Dekker and one of the original Predator scribes Jim Thomas. The Thomas Brothers, Jim and John Thomas wrote the original Predator movie.SCREAMBOX Original four-part docuseries RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop will premiere on August 29. New hour-long episodes will follow weekly through September 19 on SCREAMBOX.Support the show
If you grew up in the '60s, '70s, or '80s, you will love StarPodLog!On this epic episode of StarPodLog, we consider the contents of Starlog magazine from 1983 in issues 67 and 68.It's Bond vs Bond as Matthew Kresal considers the backstory behind Sean Connery's Never Say Never Again, and Paul Meyers tells us what it was like to be on the set of Roger Moore's Octopussy!Lou, Rich, and Max discuss Superman III! Check out My Megolike: https:/mymegolike.com/The Professor Rick Delsanto and Johnny K9 give us the lowdown on the wrestling scene of 1983. Find out more about the PWZ Pro Wrestling Zone podcast at: https://m.facebook.com/profile.php/?id=100058599293478...and more on this episode of StarPodLog!Once again, we will be presenting panels as professional guests at Dragon Con in Atlanta, Georgia on Labor Day weekend!https://www.dragoncon.orgMonsterama! The incredible classic sci-fi and horror convention in Atlanta, Georgia returns on Halloween weekend.https://monsteramacon.com/Videogames, pinball, comic books, cosplay, and more at Music City Multicon October 27-29!https://musiccitymulticon.com/Don't forget to join our StarPodLog Facebook group:https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=469912916856743&ref=content_filterLove Starlog magazine?Join the Facebook group:https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=303578380105395&ref=content_filterSuscribe to our YouTube Channel “StarPodLog and StarPodTrek”:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgE_kNBWqnvTPAQODKZA1UgMusic used with permission by Foot Pound Force. Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @StarPodLog Reddit: u/StarPodTrek Visit us on Blogger at https://starpodlogpodcast.blogspot.com/ or iTunes or Spotify or wherever you listen to fine podcasts! If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file here Download (right click, save as)
It's our first/the first James Bond movie as Anniversary Month continues with the 60th anniversary of the US release of Dr. No! Ben and Anthony discuss the style and swagger of Sean Connery's 007 debut. Directed by Terence Young and adapted by Richard Maibaum, Johanna Harwood, and Berkely Mather from the novel by Ian Fleming. Starring Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman and Jack Lord.
The original James Bond is back! Kind of! This week Adam and Allison talk about Michael Bay's 1996 film The Rock and get to discuss Sean Connery for the first time in months. Break back into Alcatraz with us! Music: Codename Dougwood by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com/
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Making public domain characters relevant again is hard. Let's talk about how difficult it was to make The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, from a flood that destroyed millions worth of sets, to Sean Connery nearly getting into a fight with Director Stephen Norrington. Support us on Patreon! (Which includes the longer Director's Cut version of this episode!) Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel! In the entertainment world, there are millions of dollars on the line and troubled productions are bound to happen. Whether it's big egos, bigger budgets, or just plain bad luck, we are going behind-the-scenes on these disastrous, never ending, and sometimes dangerous productions. From the creators of WTF Happened To This Movie?, It Was A Sh*t Show is a video essay/documentary/podcast series looking at some of your favorite films and tv shows, and why they were such a nightmare to make. Podcast Chapters: 00:00 - Intro 05:11 - The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) 54:15 - Shout Outs! Sources: BBC: https://bit.ly/3XNjqdU Bloody Disgusting: https://bit.ly/3pS6Nlf Entertainment Weekly: https://bit.ly/3PVojQj Hollywood Reporter: https://bit.ly/46J7y0L IGN: https://bit.ly/43nXrvt The Independent: https://bit.ly/3XXrrgE LA Times: https://bit.ly/44D30Hk New York Times: https://bit.ly/46LIK8f The Scotsman: https://bit.ly/44olqvH Variety: https://bit.ly/3rt1SYm Music: Ryan Hudson - Sh*t Show Theme #itwasashtshow #lxg #seanconnery
Episodio donde el debate entre Wisto y Pari se pone bueno y candente. Platicamos sobre la huelga de escritores y actores en Hollywood, la predicción que la siguiente película de Mission: Impossible va a ser un exitazo por ser la única disponible, lo bueno y malo sobre usar actores leyenda con Inteligencia Artificial, cómo los ejecutivos se ciclarían con actores como Sylvester Stallone, Harrison Ford, Michael J. Fox, Sean Connery sin dejar oportunidad a actores nuevos, la diferencia en sobresalir en la industria de la música en el pasado y el presente, trailer de Castlevania Nocturne, se oficializa Saint Seiya: La Saga de Zeus y vemos las ganancias que generan los mangas, las caricaturas y los monitos de ánimes!! Escúchanos: Spotify / Apple Podcasts / YouTube Apóyanos: patreon.com/holamsupernova Síguenos: Instagram/ Twitter/ TikTok @holamsupernova
Check out the Ed Hotchkiss has traveled to 128 countries Hey now, I am your host, Ric Gazarian. Checking in with our new guest, Ed Hotchkiss. As I note in my conversation, Ed and I have shared a lot of face time in less than a year, whether it was in the Extraordinary Travel Festival in Armenia or on trips with ITC Sudan to Sudan and a visit to Djibouti. Ed is also one of those people you hear mentioned every episode since he is a patron. As I traveled with Ed for a couple of weeks, I always had a keen ear for his travels. One of the interesting attributes he brings is a window of travel over several decades. I won't spoil the plot, but Ed has been traveling for years whether it is hitchhiking across America, for work, with his great buddy Phil, and his lovely wife Khadija. He is a passionate photographer and has published a massive passion project, a photo book of the people of the NYC subway. OK, if you have been online, you might have noted that things are heating up for the Extraordinary Travel Festival. This is a reminder, save the date! November 15, 2024, so plenty of time to start planning for the second ETF. What about the location? Great question. Tune in to Every Passport Stamp for the live announcement at 9am EST or GMT -5, and you will learn where this amazing event will take place. I would like to thank everyone for their support of Counting Countries, especially my Patrons: Justine Kirby, Marc Jorgensen, Sonia Zimmerman, Lori Pastorelli, Carole Southam, Sunir Joshi, Philippe Izedian, Gin, Simen Flotvik Mathisen, Ted Nims, Bisa Myles, Thor Pedersen, Adam Hickman, Katelyn Jarvis, Ed Hotchkiss, and Barry Hoffner for supporting this podcast. And new patron, Per Flisberg. Welcome aboard! You can support this podcast by going to . My patrons hear extra content with Ed that you will not hear. I was in Boston for this recording while Ed was in NYC. Go Red Sox. Please listen in and enjoy. Thank you to my …. Per, Flisberg, Justine Kirby, Marc Jorgensen, Sonia Zimmermann, Lori Pastorelli, Gintaute Liutkeviciute, Barry Hoffner, Ed Hotchkiss, Katelyn Jarvis, Carole Southam, Thor Pedersen, Simen Flotvik Mathisen, Adam Hickman, Bisa Myles, Ted Nims, Sunir Joshi, Gintaute Liutkeviciute, Philippe Izedian & Dale Wursten. And now you can listen to ! And Alexa! And write a review! More About Ed Hotchkiss Counting Countries Where were you born? Denver, Colorado. What passport (s) do you hold USA Favorite travel book Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage (1959) by Alfred Lansing Special Mention: Into the Wild (1996) by Jon Krakauer On the Grand Trunk Road: A Journey Into South Asia (1993) by On The Road (1957) by Jack Kerouac. The Motorcycle Diaries (written 1952, published posthumously) by Che Guevara. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1968) by Tom Wolfe about Ken Kesey and the “Merry Band of Pranksters" cross-country, psychedelic bus trip. Stanley: An adventurer explored (1975) by Richard Hall Favorite travel film Seven Years in Tibet (1997) starring Brad Pitt based on 1952 memoir Austrian Heinrich Harrer. Special Mention: The Man Who Would Be King (1975) with Sean Connery and Michael Caine. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013) with Ben Stiller. Sullivan's Travels (1941) by Preston Sturges. Zentropa (1991) An American takes a railway job in Germany just after WWII. Open Water (2003) fiction, based on real story1991) of an American couple who go scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef and were accidentally left behind. Night on Earth (1991) 5 different cab drivers adventures in one in 5 American and European cities, directed by . Favorite travel app or website NomadMania.com Special Mention: TheCrazyTourist.com AtlasObscura.com Every Passport Stamp on Facebook All the individual travel blogs Must carry item when traveling (like flashlight, Kindle, deck of cards etc.) Nikon Camera Favorite food Fresh fruits and nuts Favorite drink Smoothies, lassis and Ayran Turkish yogurt drink. Favorite airline Fiji Airways, staff is always polite and considerate, planes are relatively new and 24-hour telephone service where you can speak to an actual person. However, they impose a 7kg weigh limit on carry-ons. Favorite hotel Baber Mahal in Kathmandu, a heritage hotel in Nepal. I like this type of sprawling hotel which have various types of architectural styles and are an integral part of a region's or country's history. Do you have a travel map you would like to share? About Counting Countries Counting Countries is the only podcast to bring you the stories from the dedicated few who've spent their lives on the singular quest of traveling to every country in the world. Less people have traveled to every country in the world than have been to outer space. Theme music for this podcast is Demeter's Dance, written, performed, and provided by . About GlobalGaz Ric Gazarian is the host of Counting Countries. He is the author of three books: , , and . He is the producer of two travel documentaries: and . Ric is also on his own quest to visit every country in the world. You can see where he has and keep up with his journey at How Many Countries Are There? Well… that depends on who you ask! The United Nations states that there are . The British Foreign and Commonwealth office states that there are . The Traveler's Century Club states that there are . The Nomad Mania The Most Traveled Person states that there are 1500 . SISO says there are . Me? My goal is the 193 countries that are recognized by the UN, but I am sure I will visit some other places along the way. Disclaimer: There are affiliates in this post. Ed Hotchkiss Counting Countries
Today on the show, we are going to the land of haggis, kilts, bagpipes, delicious ale, and the best James Bond, Sean Connery. Yes, we are going to Scotland, where we welcome back returning guest: best-selling indie superstar Author Jodi Burnett.We join Jodi in Scotland, where she is on a solo writer's retreat. Jodi is doing research for an upcoming novel and has completely immersed herself in the location getting the words in and soaking up the culture. If you have ever thought of doing your own writers' retreat, you don't want to miss this episode.In today's episode we discuss:· How and why, Jodi started writing. · Jodi's entrepreneurial spirit.· Why she is an indie author and the benefits it has paid her.· Jodi's rise in the publishing world and her becoming a best-selling author. · How Mark Dawson's SPF Courses catapulted her career as a writer. · The benefits of a solo writer's retreat.· Jodi shares her work schedule with us on her retreat.· The good and the unpleasant surprises from her trip.Please visit Jodi at her website to learn more about her and her books.Check out Field Training (Brew City Blues Book 1)!!Enjoy the Cops and Writers book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website. Do you enjoy gritty, action-packed real-life police dramas to get your fill of blood, heartache, and cop humor, and maybe even a little romance?I have partnered up with Michael Anderle and we have released a new crime fiction series called “Brew City Blues.” If you're a fan of Hill Street Blues, Southland, or Bosch you're going to love Brew City Blues! Brew City Blues is now live! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BLR7FX27Avenging Adam Audiobook by Jodi Burnett Get 50% off Avenging Adam audiobook with this link! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
This week's Required Viewing selection is Sidney Lumet's intense, dialogue-driven police thriller, The Offence, in which Sean Connery portrays a dangerous, broken version of the usual hero detective. Then the guys take a look at the long, diverse career of the late, great William Friedkin before running down a smattering of recent things they've seen, including Apple TV+'s The Beanie Bubble.
Michael, Rob, and Karen Flieger close out the Sean Connery era of the Bond films with Diamonds Are Forever. They talk about the return of Connery, whether it's a worthy follow-up to On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and the wisdom of hiring a jazz musician and Crispin Glover's dad to play assassins. The movie's directed by Goldfinger's Guy Hamilton and also stars Jill St John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, and Jimmy Dean.
My very good friend Joel Szaefer is back again to talk about another Nic Cage action flick he saw as a very small child. THE ROCK (1996) stars Nic Cage, Sean Connery, Ed Harris, and David Morse. Set on Alcatraz island (the titular Rock -- or is it? We're not so sure), Nic Cage plays Stanley Goodspeed, an FBI chemical warfare expert forced out of the lab and into the action when a reluctant villain, General Hummel (Ed Harris) takes tourists hostage and threatens the city of San Francisco with chemical weapons. Sean Connery plays a former British spy and the only man to ever successfully escape Alcatraz. The feds need him to sneak back into the former prison, so he's paired with Goodspeed. Hijinx ensue. Talking points: delicious-looking baubles; childhood movie criticism; women in '90s action movies; inexplicable mining operations; and a short digression about a previous episode's movie (THE FAMILY MAN). Support the podcast and get early episodes and behind-the-scenes extras by visiting: https://linktr.ee/rattlingthecage
Murder by Decree is a 1979 mystery thriller directed by Bob Clark (Director of ‘Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things' and 'Dead of Night' (not the brilliant black and white British film from 1945 - featured in episode 13, but the 1974 American film ), he also directed ‘Black Christmas', ‘Porkys' and ‘Porkys 2' Murder by Decree was written by playwright John Hopkins, who scripted the Bond film Thunderball, and the Alec Guinness TV version of Smileys People. Hopkins referenced Conan Doyle's work, particularly Holmes' deduction and science skills but downplayed other aspects of the characters, such as Holmes' drug use, in favour of making them more likeable and human.Peter O'Toole was originally cast as Sherlock Holmes, and Sir Laurence Olivier was cast as Dr. Watson. But the two actors had not worked well together in the past, and were unable to overcome their differences for this movie. Rather, Holmes is played by Christopher (Captain Georg von Trapp) Plummer and Dr. Watson is played by James Mason.Plummer, described by IMDB as“ perhaps Canada's greatest thespian”, turned down the role of Gandalf in Sir Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, and admits to regretting that decision. Question for James and Jon? Christopher Plummer had two roles in common with Peter Cushing, can you name them?James Mason reportedly, he once saved the life of Max Bygraves' son at a party at Judy Garland's house. The boy fell into the pool and Max did not notice. James Mason did and, fully clothed, he jumped into the water and pulled him out. He was scheduled to play James Bond in a 1958 television adaptation of "From Russia with Love", which was ultimately never produced. Later, despite being in his 50s, Mason was a contender to play Bond in Dr. No before Sean Connery was cast. He later turned down the role of Hugo Drax in the James Bond film Moonraker, which went to Michael Lonsdale.In his autobiography, "In Spite of Myself", Plummer noted that Mason was the best Watson he had seen, and that his death halted a proposed furthering of their on-screen partnership.The film also features:David Hemmings (Blow Up, Deep Red, Brabarella, Gladiator, Magnum Pi and Airwolf) as Inspector Foxborough, Anthony Quayle (Lawrence of Arbia, The Guns of Navarone) as Sir Charles Warren, Frank Finlay (Lifeforce, The Three Musketeers) as Inspector Lestrade, Geneviève Bujold as Annie Crook, Susan Clark as Mary Kelly, John Gielgud as Prime Minister Lord Salisbury, Donald Sutherland as Robert Lees and the Mighty June Brown as Anne ChapmanThe film's premise of the plot behind the murders is influenced by the book Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution, by Stephen Knight, who presumed that the killings were part of a Masonic plot. The original script contained the names of the historical suspects, Sir William Gull and John Netley. In the actual film, they are represented by fictional analogues: Thomas Spivy (Gull) and William Slade (Netley). This theory on the perpetrators of the killings is featured in a number of other Jack the Ripper-themed fictions, including the graphic novel ‘From Hell'.The replica nineteenth century dockland set took two months and fifty men to construct at Shepperton Studio's largest soundstage. The set also included a replica muddy Thames River, Alien was shooting concurrently in the same studios.Support the show by buying from our affiliate links…https://tinyurl.com/Murder-Decree-Blu-rayhttps://tinyurl.com/Murder-Decree-DVDhttps://tinyurl.com/From-Hell-Bookhttps://tinyurl.com/From-Hell-Companion-bookhttps://tinyurl.com/The-Five-Book Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/general-witchfinders. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tony Horton is a personal trainer, author and former actor. He is best known as the creator of the P90X home exercise program. He has also trained a long list of celebrities including Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Sean Connery and Billy Idol. He has a new fitness program coming out on September first called “Power Sync 60”. We discuss the new program, his path to P90X, working out with Tom Petty, overcoming Ramsey-Hunt Syndrome and more. 0:00:00 - Intro0:00:50 - P90X Inspirational Stories 0:02:53 - Power Sync 60 0:05:23 - Power of 40:08:25 - Getting Sick From Stress 0:11:35 - Work Ethic & Stress Management 0:17:45 - Looking Good Vs Feeling Good 0:20:10 - Exercise & Recovery Evolving 0:23:20 - People Inspired By Good Trainers 0:25:55 - Comedy Background Leads to Training 0:32:15 - Training Tom Petty 0:36:45 - Tom Petty Leads to Other Celebrities 0:41:25 - Moving to L.A. & Being a Mime 0:46:10 - Acting Days 0:48:00 - Tony Horton Kitchen & Failed Businesses 0:52:35 - Working Harder in the Face of Adversity 0:55:35 - Latest Exercise Programs & Trainers 0:59:25 - Go Campaign & World Central Kitchen 1:03:35 - Outro Tony Horton website:https://www.tonyhortonlife.com/Power Nation Fitness website:https://powernationfitness.org/Go Campaign website:https://gocampaign.org/World Central Kitchen website:https://wck.org/Chuck Shute website:https://www.chuckshute.com/Support the showThanks for Listening & Shute for the Moon!
Mel Brooks introduces the world to Dave Chappelle, 2 Guns is 2 inessential, the rise of Mario Golf, Miyazaki's second to last retirement, Mike Meyers steps out of Wayne's World, Rising Sun is too racist for 1993, and Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's offscreen relationship ignites one of the biggest bombs in movie history. All that and more this week 30, 20 and 10 years ago! [Apologies for the audio quality this week]
Introduction: Welcome back, movie lovers, to another thrilling episode of "Everyone is a Critic." In Episode 585, we've got an exciting lineup of new movie releases to discuss, including "Talk to Me" and "The Haunted Mansion." Plus, we'll revisit a classic horror film from 1981, "The Hand." And don't miss our nostalgic trip back to 1993 with movie reviews of "Robin Hood Men in Tights," "Rising Sun," "So I Married an Axe Murderer," and "Tom & Jerry: The Movie." But that's not all! Stick around for a sneak peek into next week's episode, featuring "The Meg 2," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "Dreamin Wild," "What Comes Around," and "Mob Land," along with the classic "Jaws 2." We've got a lot to cover, so let's dive right in! Segment 1: New Movie Reviews "Talk to Me": Our hosts engage in a heartfelt conversation about "Talk to Me," a poignant drama that delves into the power of communication. We'll explore the performances, storytelling, and the movie's overall impact on the audience. "The Haunted Mansion": Prepare for a spooky ride as we enter "The Haunted Mansion." Our hosts will analyze this horror-comedy based on the famous Disneyland attraction. Does it live up to the chilling experience of the ride? Segment 2: Classic Movie Chills "The Hand" (1981): In this segment, we dare to revisit the horror classic "The Hand." Directed by Oliver Stone, this psychological thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. Our hosts will discuss the film's eerie atmosphere and its place in the horror genre. Segment 3: A Look Back at 1993 "Robin Hood Men in Tights": Our hosts don their Lincoln Green for a comical journey through "Robin Hood Men in Tights." Mel Brooks' hilarious take on the legendary hero is sure to bring back fond memories. "Rising Sun": Next, they'll delve into the crime thriller "Rising Sun," starring Sean Connery and Wesley Snipes. Explore the film's portrayal of cultural clashes and its impact on the 90s audience. "So I Married an Axe Murderer": Join us for laughs as we discuss "So I Married an Axe Murderer," a quirky romantic comedy with Mike Myers. Our hosts will analyze the film's humor and romantic elements. "Tom & Jerry: The Movie": Lastly, we revisit the beloved cat and mouse duo in their animated adventure, "Tom & Jerry: The Movie." Find out if the film maintains the charm of the classic cartoons. Segment 4: Sneak Peek - Next Week's New Movies & Classic Delight New Movies: "The Meg 2" "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" "Dreamin Wild" "What Comes Around" "Mob Land" Classic Movie: "Jaws 2" (1978) Segment 5: Social Media and Support Don't forget to connect with us on social media! Patreon: patreon.com/criticspod Tee Public Link: teepublic.com/user/criticspod YouTube: youtube.com/criticspod Jeff's Art: jefflassiter.com Sean's Reviews: seanatthemovies.blogspot.com Conclusion: That concludes Episode 585 of "Everyone is a Critic." We hope you enjoyed our reviews of "Talk to Me" and "The Haunted Mansion," as well as our classic chills with "The Hand." And thank you for joining us on our journey back to 1993 with reviews of "Robin Hood Men in Tights," "Rising Sun," "So I Married an Axe Murderer," and "Tom & Jerry: The Movie." Remember to stay tuned for next week's episode, where we'll dive into new movies like "The Meg 2," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "Dreamin Wild," "What Comes Around," and "Mob Land," along with the classic "Jaws 2." Connect with us on social media and show your support through Patreon or Tee Public. Until next time, happy watching!
Continuing our celebration of the Indiana Jones movies with The Last Crusade. Darren explains why this one holds a special place in his heart for summer blockbusters. Also the. movie stars Harrison Ford and James Bond himself, Sean Connery. Hope you enjoy our chat about this one.
Episode 179: “Thanks for the memories…” Jim, Joseph, and George discuss their favorite movies in which the plot centers around memory loss. What are the best historic fast food promotions?· What does MLM & FFP stand for?· Which promo is Joseph's favorite loyalty rewards program?· Why is amnesia comedy gold?· What was the last movie Jim saw before dating his wife?· Which food was designed to give patrons unsettling dreams?· Which restaurant was the first fast food to have a salad bar and serve food at a drive-thru · Which food-eating contest increased sales by 93%?· Which movie franchise influenced the Bond movies? · The sad history of Burger Chef and Jeff· The history of VHS sales and Disney· Meteors with Sean Connery and Natalie Wood?· Intended as a gag product – Oversized Doritos chips increases Taco Bell sells · Jim gets lost on his way to meet Matt Damon Enhancement: Trailer for Meteor The Moviehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RW6jS9bJ5bo
Your prayers have been answered – it's a brand new episode of Go Fact Yourself!In this episode…Guests:Niccole Thurman is a comedian and voice actor. She appeared as a guest on episode 126 of Go Fact Yourself. She joins us today as guest co-host. George Hahn is a writer and media personality. He was dubbed an “urban raconteur” by The New York Times. He'll tell us about how he earned the nickname by heavily criticizing New York City… only to fall back in love with it after he left. Plus, he'll share some critical fashion tips and discuss how he was cast as “Great Looking Guy” on “Sex and the City.”Alexandra Petri is a Washington Post columnist. She got her start at the publication as an intern, writing uncredited articles and having a very unprofessional outgoing voicemail. Alexandra's newest book is Alexandra Petri's US History Important American Documents (I Made Up). It includes falsified versions of this country's history – like how “Sesame Street” characters were involved on D-Day.Areas of Expertise:George: Mid-century modern design, various methods of making coffee, and the Bond films of Sean Connery and Daniel Craig. Alexandra: The musical Jesus Christ Superstar, NBC's hit(?) 2013-2015 show “Hannibal,” and Alice Roosevelt Longworth.What's the Difference: Wedding BandWhat's the difference between a wedding band and a wedding ring?What's the difference between a cover band and a tribute band?Experts:Caterina Murino: Actor and model, whose career includes the role of Solange Dimitrios in the Bond film Casino Royale.Ted Neeley: Actor and musician, best known for the title role in Jesus Christ Superstar.Hosts:J. Keith van StraatenNiccole ThurmanCredits:Theme Song by Jonathan Green.Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher.Associate Producer and Editor is Julian Burrell.Seeing our next live-audience show in Pasadena by YOU!
Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner, Erroll Flynn and Sean Connery are just a few of the actors who have performed as Robin Hood on the big screen. But who was this legendary English outlaw, whose name continues to be recognised worldwide centuries later? Helping us to understand the story of Robin Hood and his connection to English Heritage sites you can visit today are our two guests: English Heritage senior properties historian Dr Michael Carter and professor of late medieval and Reformation history at the University of Liverpool, Dr Martin Heale. To plan a visit to the English Heritage sites referenced in this episode, go to: Whitby Abbey: www.english-heritage.org.uk/whitby Rievaulx Abbey: www.english-heritage.org.uk/rievaulxabbey Roche Abbey: www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/roche-abbey Rufford Abbey: www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/rufford-abbey
Our revisiting of Indiana Jones movies continues with “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”, a movie that may not achieve true greatness, but sure has a heck of a lot of fun, thanks to a solid job from Harrison Ford and everything Sean Connery says or does. Dan Moren with Aleen Simms, Kathy Campbell, Monty Ashley and Tony Sindelar.
July 7-13: Clint Eastwood stops an assassin, Sean Connery forms a league, the Sharknado strikes, Nick goes to Weinerville, Netflix goes to prison, Ryan Coogler shows off Oakland, Adam Sandler hangs out with his friends some more, there's no rule says a kid can't play major league baseball, and we get drunk and talk about history. All that and more on our weekly report on the state of 30, 20, and 10 years ago!
The Ringer's Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Sean Fennessey set off in search of eternal life as they rewatch the third installment in the Indiana Jones franchise, ‘Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,' starring Harrison Ford, Sean Connery, and Alison Doody. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We made it! The final movie before we can finally get to the good stuff. The Last Crusade goes deep into Indiana Jones lore with the adventure being shared with Henry Jones Senior played by Sean Connery. With the return of the Nazi's, a magical religious artifact, booby traps, an origin action sequence and tanks this one has it all. It's a great lead in to the fourth entry. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review.Video edition: https://youtu.be/6T245fd9dNkHelp support the show and get early episodes ► https://bigsandwich.co/Patreon ► https://patreon.com/mrsundaymoviesJames' Twitter ► http://twitter.com/mrsundaymoviesMaso's Twitter ► http://twitter.com/wikipediabrownPatreon ► https://patreon.com/mrsundaymoviesT-Shirts/Merch ► https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mr-sunday-moviesThe Weekly Planet iTunes ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-weekly-planet/id718158767?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4The Weekly Planet Direct Download ► https://play.acast.com/s/theweeklyplanetAmazon Affiliate Link ► https://amzn.to/2nc12P4 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.