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Hosts Bernadette Gorman-White and Mike Burdge venture into the era of 2018 Toni Collette, which saw her give one of the best performances of her career in Hereditary, as well as sparked the very beginnings of this podcast! Other films and projects discussed include Please Stand By, Hearts Beat Loud, Arcade Fire: Money + Love, Birthmarked, Wanderlust, Let's Dance and Velvet Buzzsaw. Listen on....
What if we had a Patreon? That's what we're exploring this week as we continue to stand in solidarity with the WGA and SAG-AFTRA. In lieu of a new actor interview we're book clubbing 1979's Norma Rae starring Sally Field, Beau Bridges, and Ron Leibman. Norma Rae is inspired by the real story of mill workers unionizing in rural North Carolina. We get into all the important parts: Ron Leibman being hot, Burt Reynolds advising Sally not to do the film, and the beautiful appearance of legendary character actress Grace Zabriskie in a small role. The film is a small quiet human story about the importance of labor unions and it felt like the right time to correct our blindspot and screen it. Also discussed this episode: the Debra Winger-Barbra Hershey led film A Dangerous Woman, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Mandy Patinkin vs. Toni Collette. Follow us on social media: @youmightknowherfrom || @damianbellino || @rodemanne A Dangerous Woman (1993) Mandy vs. Tony in the Wild Party Norma Rae (1979) Director: Martin Ritt Screenplay: Irving Ravetch & Harriet Frank Jr Best Song: “So It Goes” (David Shire, ex-husband of Talia Shire and current husband of Didi Conn) Sally Field's Oscar speech (1980) Jane Fonda, Marsha Mason, Faye Dunaway and Jill Clayburgh turned down the role of Norma Rae Ron Leibman was Roy Cohn in the original Broadway cast of Angels in America Ron Leibman's first wife was Linda Lavin and his second wife was Jessica Walter Shirley MacLaine clip “A dancer died at the top of these stairs”
Between it being Ari Aster feature film directorial debut, one hell of a performance by Toni Collette, and a scene where you'll never look at a telephone pole the same, Richard and Jeff are joined by Simeon Huntsman to talk about Hereditary from 2018. Sponsored By @southland_dungeon on Instagram www.southlandbooksandcafe.com @nightofthenerdylaser on Instagram Email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org Hosts: Richard & Jeff
Have you ever wondered what happened to Daniel Radcliffe's career after Harry Potter ended? Join us this week as we dive into his highest-rated films that display his impressive range. Explore the evolution of Daniel Radcliffe's career - from child actor to well-balanced adult star of several indie gems and quirky TV shows.
Hey there, Meanie! Welcome back to another episode of MGI (we shortened it because we didn't feel like typing it even though this explanation took way more time)! This week we discuss the the 1994 Australian gem, Muriel's Wedding. It stars Toni Collette and that's it. There isn't anyone else in this movie. She played every other character. The end. Wanna know what we think of this movie? Listen to the end to find out! Follow us on Instagram @meangirlsinterrupted for info on upcoming shows Watch Us: Mean Girls, Interrupted on Youtube Email Us: email@example.com Visit: meangirlsinterrupted.com for all this stuff in one place!
It's the sweaty, sexy version of The Wild Party! Somehow there were two musicals released in the same year but John LaChiusa's version was on Broadway, starred Mandy Patinkin and Toni Collette, and featured Eartha Kitt. Matt Koplik returns to drink some bathroom gin and discuss this unhinged show.You can listen to Broadway Breakdown here: https://podtail.com/en/podcast/broadway-breakdown-1/And you can follow Matt on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/mattkoplik/Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.orgPutting It Together is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comKeep up to date with Putting It Together by following its social media channels.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/puttingittogetherpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/sondheimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sondheimpodcast ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This week we're reairing the contemporary horror/drama classic Hereditary (2018)! Jamie and Nikisha talk 'Freaky', traveling pants, grief, model making, Toni Collette, the sound of a falling head, Dua Lipa, and, of course, 'Hercules'. Watch us on YouTube! Follow us on Instagram | Twitter | TikTok: @TalkHorrorPod Check out Jamie (aka Amiibojamie) on Twitch! Find Bryan and Jamie on Letterboxd
Welcome to another fun episode of All Pop No Culture! Our biggest topic of the week is, of course, Star Trek Picard (Paramount+,) both the season/series finale and the third season as a whole. While Jen is on this week, that topic will be the sole property of Kevin and Andrew. But don't fret! Jen will get a lot of time this week. Kevin kicks off the show by talking about the new Peacock release, Mrs Davis, starring Betty Gilpin of Nurse Jackie and GLOW fame. It's a quick review as the show has just launched, but it sounds like a fun one. The gang then jumps into Cocaine Bear (Peacock) and YellowJackets before Jen takes the reins with talk of Mafia Mama starring Toni Collette. After that, Andrew takes over with a quick trip in the wayback machine to talk about The New Mutants and The Legend of Vox Machine. Next up, the group closes out their previous discussion on Beef (Netflix) and their final thoughts on how that show ended up and what should come next, if anything. Kevin and Jen then take the lead with a discussion about The Last Thing He Told Me (Apple TV+) starring the wonderful Jennifer Garner. They then finish off the show with the aforementioned Picard discussion. As always, we hope you enjoyed the episode. The gang went in thinking they didn't have much and instead dumped a pile of big steaming content on your laps. If you enjoyed the episode (or maybe if you didn't) let us know in the comments. We love feedback! Don't forget to like and subscribe if you haven't already. And please share us with all of your friends! We are easily shareable on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/apncpodcast, so give us a follow there and share away! Enjoy the episode and we'll see you next week!
DJ & Toppie discuss the trivia behind the 2006 Comedy, Drama "Little Miss Sunshine" starring Toni Collette, Greg Kineer and Alan Arkin. Our Season Finale. See you in September. We will return Fri 9/15 at 9pm EDT join us at http://matineeminutiae.com Write to DJ & Toppie at email@example.com Leave a comment on our page at matineeminutiae.com Follow the show on Twitter. View our our videos on YouTube. Friend DJ on Facebook This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
All hail Paimon! This week, Scotty and Andrew are just miniature dolls being moved around in a dollhouse by unseen forces as they discuss "Hereditary". They also reveal something special coming in their next episode!"Hereditary" is the debut feature film directed by Ari Aster. It stars Toni Collette, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro, and Gabriel Byrne as a family deeply affected by tragedy and trauma, while increasingly haunted by a mysterious entity.Follow us on social media:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/396586601815924Twitter - https://twitter.com/funwhorrorInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/fun_with_horror_podcast/FWH + Fangoria collab:For 20% off at the Fango Shop, just enter FUN_WITH_HORROR_PODCAST at checkout!
It's that time of the year again, when we celebrate our queen Carlene with a birthday torture! Get ready to hear her groan through 2005's "In her Shoes" or "Seohs reh nI" and 2012's nightmare "What to Expect When You're Expecting" Double the Diaz double the torture! Toni Collette is amazing as a woman forced to wear snow pants to look fat, Camreon can't read and has a geriatric pregnancy. Plus, what a fun surprise, Carlene's boo, Kenny, shows up for the bithday fun! Both are avalible for rental everywhere! Follow us on Instagram:@Gaspatchojones@Homewreckingwhore@QualityHoegramming@Mullhollanddaze@Kennyamongus@The_Miseducation_of_DandG_PodCheck Out Our WebsiteIf you love the show check out our Teepublic shop!Right Here Yo!
"Sarcasm is the refuge of losers." Little Miss Sunshine (2006) directed by Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton and starring Toni Collette, Steve Carell, Greg Kinnear, Paul Dano, Abigail Breslin and Alan Arkin. Next Time: American Beauty (1999)
On the 316th episode of Piecing It Together, filmmaker Paul Odgren joins me to talk about Ruby Gillman Teenage Kraken. DreamWorks Animation's latest is about a mystical teenage half human half sea creature dealing with her emotions... You can probably guess some of our puzzle pieces already... Puzzle pieces include The Little Mermaid, Turning Red, Stranger Things and South Park.As always, SPOILER ALERT for Ruby Gillman Teenage Kraken and the movies we discuss!Written by Pam Brady, Brain C Brown and Elliot GiGuiseppiDirected by Kirk DeMiccoStarring Lana Condor, Toni Collette, Annie Murphy, Sam Richardson, Will Forte, Jane FondaDreamWorkshttps://www.teenagekrakenmovie.com/Paul Odgren is a filmmaker whose latest short Honest Cocktail is currently making the festival rounds.Check out Paul's IMDb at https://www.imdb.me/paulodgrenAnd Follow along with Honest Cocktail on Instagram at @honestcocktailMy sixth album, MORE CONTENT is available NOW on iTunes, Bandcamp and all other digital music stores! Make sure to check it out!My latest music video “Ascending" which you can watch at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fypZ3Z8qeT8The song at the end of the episode is "Secret Places" from my latest album MORE CONTENT.Make sure to “Like” Piecing It Together on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PiecingPodAnd “Follow” us on Twitter @PiecingPodAnd Join the Conversation in our Facebook Group, Piecing It Together – A Movie Discussion Group.And check out https://www.piecingpod.com for more about our show!And if you want to SUPPORT THE SHOW, you can now sign up for our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bydavidrosenShare the episode, comment and give us feedback! And of course, SUBSCRIBE!And of course, don't forget to leave us a 5 star review on Goodpods, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Podchaser!Check out the Hallmarkies Podcast at https://www.hallmarkiespodcast.com/And most important of all… Keep going to the theater to see new movies!Mentioned in this episode:Piecing It Together Survey Ad
Bernadette Gorman-White and Mike Burdge venture into the mid-to-late aughts on their continued quest through the filmography of the great Toni Collette. This time up, a major spotlight on Little Miss Sunshine, while also discussing The Hours, Japanese Story, Connie and Carla, The Last Shot, In Her Shoes, The Night Listener, Like Minds (Murderous Intent), The Dead Girl, and a blast from the past: the much anticipated Diana & Me. Listen on....
A new episode of 2 LEGITMATE PODCAST is here where dive into new films. Here on this rebranded podcast episode, host Bryan Kluger from Boomstick Comics, High Def Digest, and Screen Rant, along with fellow actress/model and film critic Alexandria Wanzer joins in on the fun. In this excellent episode, we tackle the brand new 2023 film – Ruby Gillman: Teenage Kraken, starring Toni Collette and Jane Fonda. Enjoy the show! And go see Ruby Gillman: Teenage Kraken in theaters now. SPOTIFY: 2 LEGITIMATE PODCAST APPLE PODCASTS: 2 LEGITIMATE PODCAST Thank you for listening.
We're seeing dead people this week as we discuss M. Night Shymalan's breakout film THE SIXTH SENSE! Other topics include our quick thoughts on Across the Spiderverse (listen to RANK KINGS for more!), our shared love of the icon Toni Collette, and maybe our wildest wheel spin in the history of the show... Episode Chapters: (00:00:00) Intro (00:04:34) Whatcha Been Watching? (00:07:21) Austin News (00:09:27) THE SIXTH SENSE Main Discussion (00:58:04) I Love Goooooold (01:01:16) “The Allen Parsons Project” (01:02:04) There You Are, You're Over There! (01:04:38) The Wheel + Outro Listen to our Spider-Variants episode of THE RANK KINGS! Check out Mike Myers' latest conversation with the team over at The Metrograph. Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, or our Letterboxd HQ at @austindangerpod. Send us a letter or voicemail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll share them on our episodes. If you tag your reviews with "austindangerpod" on Letterboxd, we'll find them and also share them on the show! Listen to Kev's other podcast, Ammonite Movie Nite! Listen to McKenzie's other podcasts The Criterion Connection & ON LYNCH. NEXT WEEK: We got souls but we're not soldiers — SOUTHLAND TALES (2006) on ADP.
Clint Eastwood has directed over 40 feature films, and is now working on what he says will be his last movie, called Juror No. 2 with Nicholas Holt and Toni Collette. So to celebrate, Erick, Chris, and Daniel have chosen three films apiece to serve to celebrate his towering and incredibly varied career. There are, of course, a couple of classics - but also a few picks might be new to many listeners! Come join Martini Giant in wishing this master a happy 93nd birthday!
It's time for everyone's 'favorite' episode of the season, Cryptid Cinema. This week, Ashton and John break down the cinematic delight that is Krampus (2015), starring Adam Scott and Toni Collette. Want to buy some merch? Check out MacAshton.com/Merch. Make sure to follow us on every social platform so we can finally reach the height of ego we deserve: https://linktr.ee/cryptidsdecrypted More information on Ashton and his writing can be found on his website: https://macashton.com/ You can also follow him on Twitter (@RealMacAshton). To purchase books, check out these links: https://linktr.ee/MacAshton Credit for our excellent outro music goes to: Song: Strange Indeed Variation A Composer: Felipe Adorno Vassao (ABRAMUS) Content Provider: LynneMusic --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cryptids-decrypted/support
Avoid triangles and watch your head because we're talking Ari Aster's Hereditary (2018) aka the film that we named our horror awards after!We're joined by mega fans Jazz and Kat from Girl, That's Scary, who love the film, but wonder if Aster is ok?It's all about Toni Collette's "bad mom", but also shout-outs to Alex Wolff and Ann Dowd. Plus: a trans reading of Paimon, Dante's Inferno, secret clues, skittering and turkey noises, and the perils of making deals with the 8th King of HellReferences:> Sasha Geffen. "Trans Horror Stories and Society's Fear of the Transmasculine Body." Them> Carl Lewandowski. "The Shape of the Devil." UnwinnableQuestions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd, Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch with other listeners> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremote> GTS: @GirlThatsScaryBe sure to support the boys on Patreon! Theme Music: Alexander Nakarada Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Erin and Paul review two films about legendary rock 'n' roll singers, and the investigations into their mysterious deaths. Our art pick is Todd Haynes' wildly imaginative 1998 riff on the '70s glam-rock scene starring Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Ewan McGregor and Christian Bale; and our trash pick is Martin Davidson's 1983 cult fave EDDIE AND THE CRUISERS.
While streaming companies get tax write-offs for dropping content, physical media lives on and Peter Sobczynski joins Erik Childress to tell you what you can pick up this week. They include a classic of French cinema from Criterion, another Sammo Hung title, a recent Nicolas Cage film as well as a good Nicolas Cage film. A pair of 60s & 70s era horror films of questionable tastes are here for you. Finally, show your age and your varying love for each chapter of the adventure films starring Harrison Ford and Brendan Fraser. 0:00 - Intro 3:00 - Criterion (The Rules of the Game (4K)) 6:10 - Decal (Mafia Mamma) 9:35 - Universal (Renfield, The Mummy Ultimate Trilogy (4K)) 17:09 - Lions Gate (Lord of War (4K Steelbook)) 19:38 - Arrow Films (Warriors Two) 21:13 - Shout! Factory (Private Parts, The Strangler) 31:49 - Paramount (Indy 4K) 39:47 – New Blu-ray Announcements 44:30 - Outro
On today's episode Donny and Maura discuss the 1946 William Lindsay Gresham novel Nightmare Alley and it's 2021 film adaptation. This easy breezy two and a half hour film was directed by Guillermo Del Toro and features a star studded cast. Among the cast is Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Toni Collette, and Willem Dafoe.Connect with A Reel Page Turner: https://www.facebook.com/groups/352221223264794https://www.areelpageturner.com/Twitter: @AReelPageTurnerInstagram: @AReelPageTurnerTikTok:@areelpageturner
Episode 9 is the final episode of the first season of the television show we've been talking about for over two months now that stars John Leguizamo and Toni Collette- a pairing that still blows our mind. That nun died which has caused a divide amongst the girls. Allie is protected by her 'followers' and together they transfer their powers to the rest of the nuns. What a weird couple of sentences. Bernie did it. We all saw that coming. Toni Collette shocks her political opponent with her magical eel powers when she is provoked by him when he exposes personal details about her family. Tatiana releases Tunde from prison and in return gets a bunch of information about her sister's whereabouts. John Leguizamo still plays the dad. So well. We really do like him. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
*Ghostly tape recorder mumbling* Boo-n in for paranormal premises, spectral psychologists, and gross ghosts. The person most confused by the film this week was: all of Haley Joel Osment's classmates.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Adam talks to high schooler Cam (the hilarious Alana Johnston) about the power of pogs, navigating the world without a phone, and the cult that took his friend and almost took his life. Then Adam talks with actress, comedian, and writer Alana Johnston about the impacts of Hereditary, texting in cults, laser eyes, and so much more. For more from Alana, go to: https://www.alanajohnston.com/ or https://twitter.com/alana_johnston--SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @MyDeadNeighborsInstagram: @MyNeighborsAreDeadEmail: MyNeighborsAreDead@gmail.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/myneighborsaredeadMerchandise: TeePublicSubscribe: Apple PodcastsSubscribe: Spotify
Stay tuned to the end of this one, because you won't want to miss the announcement we have for you! We find ourselves in a Freaky Friday situation as Jack takes over the 2nd Unit to share a decade-and-a-half long obsession of his: Richard Williams' animated passion project, The Thief and The Cobbler! Never truly finished by Williams and released in a variety of cuts from different companies, this is a must-listen story for anyone even remotely interested in animation (and a heartbreakingly cathartic story for anyone with creative anxiety). Join us for the tale of arguably the longest production cycle in history (sorry, Mad God), the ways people like the Weinsteins absolutely ruin films, and the heights of achievement and acclaim you can reach (and what they can cost). Then, stick around for our thoughts about how this journey makes us think about our own creativity and goals for the podcast and beyond. CW: Spousal neglect, mention of the Weinsteins again, tyrannical working conditions Podcast plugged in this episode: The Geeky Dad Podcast (@geekydadpodcast on Twitter) Stuff Mentioned In This Episode: Vincent Price, Sean Connery, Steven Spielberg, Robert Zimeckis, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Miramax, Warner Bros, Wile E. Coyote, "Bumping The Lamp," Disney, Aladdin, Arabian Knight, Space Jam, Tom and Jerry, Bob Hoskins, The Pink Panther, Christopher Lloyd, Se7en, David Fincher, Stanley Kubrick, The Shining, Phil Tippett, Fred Calvert, Terry Gilliam, The Princess and the Cobbler, Don Bluth, Matthew Broderick, Toni Collette, Eddie Carrol, Jonathan Winters, Froot Loops, Hey Arnold!, Nickelodeon, The Persistence of Vision, The Animator's Survival Kit, The Venture Bros, Jackson Publick, Doc Hammer, Mike Lazzo, Dethklok: Metalocalypse, Lysistrata, Roy Disney, Michael Eisner, Salvador Dali, Destino, Wes Anderson, Garret Gilchrist, The Emoji Movie, Bugs Bunny, Loony Tunes, Alice In Wonderland --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/derazzled/support
For this week's commentary, The Blind Rage Podcast delves into Ari Aster's HEREDITARY, a modern horror classic that has undoubtedly inspired countless folk thrillers. While we dedicate a substantial amount of time discussing the actual film, there is a lot of gushing over Toni Collette's amazing performance. But then again, it's impossible to watch HERIDITARY, or any other titles in Collette's extensive filmography, and not pontificate about how incredible she is. She's Toni fucking Collette. She's a goddamn force of nature. See? I simply can't control myself. Also, for fans of Ari Aster, I encourage you to check out the Cavalcade of Christmas Carnage episode of the podcast, posted in December 2021, and is centered around MIDSOMMAR. I think I did the show a disservice by disguising which film Tony, James, and I selected for the big Christmas episode that year, since it unfortunately fared quite poorly. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blindragepod/message
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We're visiting the drop ceilings, fluorescent lights and empty coffee pots of 90s office life in 1997's “Clockwatchers” this week. A very Muriel-esque Toni Collette is the new girl in the temp pool, making fast friends with Parker Posey, Lisa Kudrow and Alanna Ubach, all at exciting times in their film careers. We get Debra Jo Rupp doing micromanaging magic as Barbara from HR, to say nothing of Best Supporting JAG in the corner office. We also have much to relate to in this movie, as neither of us are strangers to corporate drag. But at least there's free wings at happy hour! Join us for The Best Supporting Aftershow, the complete season 1 recap of "SMASH" and early access to main episodes on Patreon: www.patreon.com/bsapod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @bsapod Colin Drucker - Instagram: @colindrucker_ Nick Kochanov - Instagram: @nickkochanov
On this episode of Made in Hollywood Mark and William strike up conversation about the potential writers strike. You may also hear irrelevant things in this episode about Fox News, Bombshell, Roger Ailes, Rupert Murdoch, WGA, Mafia Mama, Toni Collette, Air, Renfield, Nicolas Cage, Quentin Tarantino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones: The Dial of Destiny, Martin Scorsese, Will Smith, James Mangold, Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans, Star Wars, Jeff Goldblum, Independence Day, Laura Dean, Jurassic Park, Sam Neil, Kingsman the Golden Circle, Tron: Legacy, Jeff Bridges, Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse, Miles Morales, Snowden, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Inception, 500 Days of Summer, Kickass, John Travolta, The Croods, Machen Amick, Twin Peaks, Jennifer's Body, and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.
Jen speaks! We are here with actor and writer Jen Tullock. You Might Know Her From Perry Mason, Severance, Before You Know It, Spirited, 6 Balloons, and The L Word: Generation Q. Jen gave us the skinny on her banner year playing a period lesbian in the Perry Mason reboot and wearing a prosthetic pregnant belly while navigating the tone of genre dark-comedy Severance. We also talked about getting her indie Before You Know It made, bit work in the holiday film Spirited, and, of course, her iconic turn as Kimmy the wedding planner in the final episode (ever) of The L Word: Generation Q. We had a total hoot with Jen going from old Hollywood gossip to Evangelical beginnings to Judy Speaks to Joan Plowright. This one is gonna get you nice and ready! Follow us on social media: @youmightknowherfrom || @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this month: Matthew Lawrence and Chili made it internet official Len Goodman of DWTS has passed John Travolta did a T-Mobile commercial with Donald Faison and Zach Braff to “Summer Nights” John Travolta at the 2023 Oscars Jim Jacobs wtf “Spiritual Sandy” Anne loved The 10 Commandments, Hereditary, Succession, and Women Talking Mandy Patinkin spitting on Toni Collette in The Wild Party on Broadway Mandy apologizes for his past behavior Damian loving Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies = 90210 reboot meets HSM meets Grease Perry Mason also stars Juliet Rylance and Gayle Rankin Jen plays Anita St. Pierre (based on Anita Loos) on the new Perry Mason on HBO Max Powder room lesbian cruising scene in Perry Mason Series regular on Severance starring Adam Scott, Christopher Walken, Patricia Arquette Wearing pregnancy suit on Severance Wrote and co-starred in Before You Know It with her frequent collaborator, Hannah Pearl Utt which was part of the Sundance Lab Also worked with Hannah on a short called Partners, and a web series called Disengaged Hannah's new movie, Cora Bora with Meg Stalter Fucking Shane on The L Word: Gen Q Costarred in a Netflix movie directed by her friend, Marja-Lewis Ryan, who was showrunner for new L Word: Gen Q Jen Tullock always had a crush on Tina Kennard (played by Laurel Holloman) in the OG L Word Became friends with Jordan Hull who played Bette and Tina's daughter, Angie on the show Loves Marlene Dietrich Did motion capture for video game: My Red Dead II and it was kind of traumatizing Can do a pretty great Joan Plowright (mixed with Judi Dench) Tea with the Dames has two edits (English and America) Scientology vs The Evangelical Church Appears in the Ryan Reynolds/Will Ferrell movie, Spirited Amy Brenneman (Episode #100) told us Brad Pitt has to eat while acting “Judy Garland Speaks” is tough but necessary for any serious Judy fan Mark Harris tweeted about Jan Hooks shitting on Victoria Jackson (Julia Duffy and Julia Sweeney co-signed)
On this horror road trip we head to the Mecca of the Southwest, SANTA FE NEW MEXICO to explore the immersive art experience known as MEOW WOLF. Along the way we talk about the 2019 Netflix art world horror film VELVET BUZZSAW !
Meet a man who manages to hate both Michael Jordan and Toni Collette... ...and please (PLEASE) stick around for the other host who respects and admires both while also showing some love to the auteur Mr. Ben Affleck. This means it's time for another new release! Though it may be a throwback to popcorn dramas aimed at adults (and not children's movies marketed towards adults who won't grow up) we still must cope with the nostalgia factor that is anything set in the 80s or 90s. No matter as Viola Davis comes in to close it out with a speech on the great American tradition of wage theft. More fun than ANT-MAN 3 these show notes can assure you! We hope you join us by supporting our Patreon Movie Book Club episodes and not deciding to read! Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @trilogyintheory Letterboxd: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Artwork by: @nasketchs Find out more at https://trilogyintheory.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
The third episode of the first season of Amazon Prime's The Power opens with a big plane crash. Mayor Margot goes to assess the crash but the big, sexist governor tells her to fuck off. How dare he. Toni Collette is an icon. The crazy electric hands in teenage women seems to be spreading rapidly and everyone is starting to panic. Politicians around the world try and convince everyone that it is a hoax, but Johnny Legz and Toni Collette do a massive MRI on their eel-daughter and discover the truth.John Leguizamo continues to play the ultimate Daddy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
MAFIA MAMMA MOVIE REVIEW If someone offered me a viewing of a new film by a director who is a part of a billion dollar global phenomenon with Toni Collette as the lead, they'd be making an offer I couldn't refuse! Mafia Mamma, directed by Catherine Hardwicke follows Kristin (Toni Collette), an empty nester with… Read More »Screener Squad: Mafia Mamma
Toni Collette [The Sixth Sense, About A Boy, Little Miss Sunshine, Knives Out, Muriel's Wedding] talks with Anna about their roles as sisters on The Estate, Toni's decision to leave school to pursue her acting career, their shared love of Italy, Toni's new film Mafia Mamma and much more.Next Anna and Toni talk with Michelle whose fiancé has a habit of leaving whenever things get hard.Mafia Mamma starring Toni Collette is available in theaters now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On the 298th episode of Piecing It Together, Joe Black joins me to talk about Mafia Mamma... I know damn well that we're gonna be in the minority on this one, but we loved Toni Collette as a reluctant mafia don. Puzzle pieces include The Freshman, High Anxiety, Killers and of course, Under The Tuscan Sun.As always, SPOILER ALERT for Mafia Mamma and the movies we discuss!Written by Michael J Feldman and Debbie JhoonDirected by Catherine HardwickeStarring Toni Collette, Monica Belluci, Rob HuebelBleecker Streethttps://www.mafiamammamovie.comJoe Black is a filmmaker. Check out his work at https://www.bluemeanspregnantfilms.com/My sixth album, MORE CONTENT is available NOW on iTunes, Bandcamp and all other digital music stores! Make sure to check it out!My latest music video “Blacklight" which you can watch at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqScAn_HaqMThe song at the end of the episode is "Nice Jewish Girlz" by my now defunct Jewish comedy rap group FA-COCK-TA.Make sure to “Like” Piecing It Together on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PiecingPodAnd “Follow” us on Twitter @PiecingPodAnd Join the Conversation in our Facebook Group, Piecing It Together – A Movie Discussion Group.And check out https://www.piecingpod.com for more about our show!And if you want to SUPPORT THE SHOW, you can now sign up for our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bydavidrosenShare the episode, comment and give us feedback! And of course, SUBSCRIBE!And of course, don't forget to leave us a 5 star review on Goodpods, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Podchaser!Check out Awesome Movie Year at https://www.awesomemovieyear.comAnd most important of all… Keep going to the theater to see new movies!
Filmmaker Catherine Hardwicke returns to discuss her new film, a comedy starring Toni Collette called "Mafia Mamma"; it opens Friday, 4/14. Also, Nathaniel Kahn returns to discuss the 20th anniversary re-release of his classic, "My Architect". It's available on the Criterion Channel and in select theaters.
Nick as he teams up with renowned film critics Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy to review the latest movies, including the bloody vampire comedy "Renfield" starring Nicolas Cage and the mob farce "Mafia Mamma" with Toni Collette. They also give you a sneak peek of the "Crackjack Compass: The Works of Robert Zemeckis" festival, which celebrates the extraordinary works of the famous filmmaker, including the "Back to the Future" trilogy, "Forrest Gump," "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," "Contact," "Cast Away," "Romancing the Stone," and the hilarious "Used Cars." The Music Box Theatre will screen all these films as part of the fest. Later, Esmeralda Leon and Nick map out their globe-trotting adventure to follow Michael Bolton, reminisce about the cringe-worthy 80s fashion trends (like feathered hair, rat tails, unfortunate mustaches, tight designer jeans, and excessive hairspray), and uncover the surprising historical roots of the Mullet, tracing back to the time of the Iliad. Don't miss this entertaining and educational episode! [EP132]
This week, we watched episode 2 of The Power on Amazon Prime. We learn more about the 20 characters we met last episode. We also meet about 20 more characters and it's very full on. We also meet Mayor Margot (Toni Collette - an actual icon), the mayor of Seattle. We follow her as she starts to suspect that all these random electricity related crimes involving teenage girls might be connected. John Leguizamo plays Dr Rob Lopez - a sweet dad with a grumpy daughter. He is married to Toni Collette and this is the most exciting pair-up in television history. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week's Nose could be some genetic switch that flipped. Something that was there, dormant, and it just… On April 8, The New York Times Opinion published an interactive, “17 Pop Culture Moments That Define the COVID Era.” The Nose didn't really have a choice but to start figuring out its own COVID canon. And: The Power is a TV series adaptation of Naomi Alderman's 2016 science fiction novel (which The Nose covered in 2018). It tells the story of a world where teenage girls suddenly develop the ability to produce electricity. It stars an ensemble cast that includes John Leguizamo, Halle Bush, Toheeb Jimoh, Eddie Marsan, and Toni Collette. Five of The Power's expected nine episodes are available to stream on Prime Video. Rebecca Castellani's endorsements: Dark on Netflix the books of Margaret Atwood Rand Richards Cooper's endorsement: the books of W.G. Sebald Lindsay Lee Wallace's endorsements: Crush on Hulu Manhunt by Gretchen Felker-Martin Colin's endorsement: the music of Connie Converse Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: Al Jaffee, Mad magazine's cartoon maestro, dies at 102 He was Mad magazine's longest-serving contributor and proudly helped corrupt the minds of generations of young Americans Mary Quant, British Fashion Revolutionary, Dies at 93 Known as the mother of the miniskirt, clad in her signature play clothes and boots, with huge painted eyes, fake freckles and a bob, she epitomized London's Swinging Sixties. Food storage synonym Tupperware has ‘substantial doubt' it can survive Taylor Swift's breakups defined her early stardom. Not anymore. The tone and reaction to Swift's split with actor Joe Alwyn after six years is remarkably different from a decade ago Some People's ‘Funny' Is Other People's ‘Offensive' A Resurfaced Clip Of Aubrey Plaza Recalling The Time A Director Instructed Her To Masturbate On Camera Has Left People Seriously Disturbed “The camera was mounted on the ceiling, I was in my underwear and a Clinton t-shirt, and there were a bunch of old men smoking — the crew guys. And then I went and touched myself.” Actor Jesse Metcalfe talks about dating in CT on podcast Inside Donald Glover's New Creative Playground He changed the course of television with Atlanta and laid out a blueprint for a whole era of dark comedy. And now, out in Ojai, California, the multihyphenate star is preparing for the next phase of his career, building something even bigger and more ambitious that only he could have imagined. ‘Succession' and ‘Dr. Pimple Popper' Together in New Warner Streaming App The service, expected to be called Max, is meant to help the company compete more directly with Netflix and Disney. “The Body You've Been Comparing My Current Body To Was The Unhealthiest Version Of My Body”: Ariana Grande Addressed Speculation Around Her Body “I was on a lot of antidepressants and drinking on them and eating poorly and at the lowest point of my life when I looked the way you consider my ‘healthy.'” How ‘Hud' Began Texas's Love Affair With the Bastard Paul Newman plays a brutish, morally repugnant monster in the classic anti-western. So why do Texans admire him anyway? The Case of the Fake Sherlock Richard Walter was hailed as a genius criminal profiler. How did he get away with his fraud for so long? NASA's Webb Telescope Reveals Supernova in Unprecedented Detail A stunning new picture of an exploded star includes a “green monster” and other never-before-seen features. Brad Pitt and the Bizarre Charity Mess That's Left Katrina Victims Stranded Again Owners of faulty homes built by the star's Make It Right Foundation in New Orleans were relieved when charity Global Green promised $20.5 million for repairs. The only problem: It never had the money. A Journey Inside the Updated James Bond Novels Book Bond has long been obscured by his cinematic doppelgänger. Now, thanks to savvy edits, readers can finally have a serious discussion about the complicated man on the page. GUESTS: Rebecca Castellani: Co-founder of Quiet Corner Communications and a freelance writer Rand Richards Cooper: A fiction writer, contributing editor at Commonweal, and the restaurant critic for the Hartford Courant Lindsay Lee Wallace: Writes about culture, health care and health equity, and other stuff, too The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode!Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"Mafia Mamma" is a crime comedy film by director Catherine Hardwicke ("Thirteen" and "Twilight") which tells the story of a middle-aged woman (Toni Collette) who unexpectedly gets called to Italy by Bianca (Monica Bellucci) to attend her grandfather's funeral, not realizing what she's really being called for is to run the notorious crime family her grandfather was the previous leader of. Bellucci was kind enough to spend some time speaking with Zoe Rose Bryant, while Hardwicke dedicated some talking with Ema Sasic about their respective work on the film, which is now playing in theaters from Bleecker Street. Please take a listen down below and enjoy! Thank you! Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWA7KiotcWmHiYYy6wJqwOw And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Better Future is in Your Hands. Amazon thinks they can drop a series adapted from Naomi Alderman's The Power and just SLIP IT BY Ivan & Red? Not gunna lie they got pretty close. But the lads unearthed the sci-fi series featuring Toni Collette, Adina Porter, Josh Charles, John Leguizamo, Eddie Marsan, and Toheeb Jimoh. Get to this compelling show before it's relegated to Freevee!!! Also, check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall's podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or via RSS As always: Support Ivan & Red! → patreon.com/boarsgoreswords Follow us on twitter → @boarsgoreswords Find us on facebook → facebook.com/BoarsGoreSwords
Ahead of Gene Lyons' big day, Dick and Ash share their married-life wisdom as Shat The Movies travels once again to Australia for the 1994 comedy "Muriel's Wedding." As expected, this movie led to some fierce debate between Big D, who detests Muriel's selfishness, and Ash, who simply adores pre-glow-up Toni Collette. But both Shat hosts agreed on the greatness of Abba, unexpected darkness of the film and the ridiculousness of wedding fever. SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: email@example.com Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite
On this week's On-Screen Live!, the guys are chatting about M. Night Shyamalan's Knock at the Cabin, reacting to the trailer for the Toni Collette comedy, Mafia Mamma, going over James Gunn's major DCU announcements, looking at 80 For Brady box office success, and more! This is of course the audio-only edition of On-Screen Live!, if you want the full experience, check out the show on our YouTube channel. Watch live every Monday at 12pm/et or catch the replay whenever. While you're there, be sure to like this episode and subscribe to the channel! Set up notifications so you don't miss a moment of new content from us over on YT! We plan on expanding the channel throughout 2023 and we don't want you to miss out! Unlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
M. Night Shyamalan is on the short list of big-budget filmmakers who reliably bring original stories to the multiplex, which means that enthusiasm for his new work can be somewhat out of step with his recent track record. But with their Top 5 Shyamalan Moments (01:13), Adam and Josh prove that the director's best work is deserving of close attention. Working with ace collaborators like cinematographers Roger Deakins and Tak Fujimoto, composer James Newton Howard, and actors such as Bruce Willis and Toni Collette, Shyamalan exhibits a gift for patience and craft that - at his best - distinguishes him from his peers. Along with that Top 5, Adam and Josh have an on-air production meeting about next week's Madness '23-inspired show (40:26), shake the dust off for their first Massacre Theatre of the new year (46:21), and share some thoughts on Shyamalan's latest, KNOCK AT THE CABIN (48:59), before returning to the Top 5 (01:07:40). Time codes may not be precise due to dynamically inserted ads. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices