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Mike Salk
Hour 3-Will the Seahawks pick Tyree Wilson at #5? Brady Henderson (ESPN)

Mike Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 42:20


It seems like Tyree Wilson is the name being floated the most as a potential fit for the Seahawks at 5 if Jalen Carter & Wes Anderson are both gone and Brock & Salk react to a clip of Brian Jensen discussing Tyree Wilson from his appearance w/ Wyman and Bob yesterday. Who else would you like for that pick? Brady "The Hit Man" Henderson joins the show to discuss the new salary cap situation the Seahawks find themselves in.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Freely Filtered, a NephJC Podcast
Freely Filtered 055: STOP ACE!

Freely Filtered, a NephJC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 78:12


The Filtrate:Joel TopfSwapnil HiremathJordy Cohen With Special Guest:Laurie Tomlinson. @Roxytonin Nephrologist at University Hospitals Sussex and research hero of Jordy. Editor: Priya Yenebere Show Notes:STOP-ACE in pubmed: Renin-Angiotensin System Inhibition in Advanced Chronic Kidney DiseaseSTOP-ACE Summary in NephJC Prior data showing preservation of renal function by stopping ACEi: The impact of stopping inhibitors of the renin-angiotensin system in patients with advanced chronic kidney diseaseEfficacy and Safety of Benazepril for Advanced Chronic Renal Insufficiency: NEJMDr. Tomlinson's article on creatinine changes in RASi from 2017: Serum creatinine elevation after renin-angiotensin system blockade and long term cardiorenal risks: cohort study NephJC | PubMed Accuracy of eGFR at low GFR: A new equation to estimate glomerular filtration rateStrong opinions, loosely held. “Permissive AKI” with treatment of heart failure. Editorial by Chirag Parish and Steven CocaThe rational for NICE avoiding RASi in black patients: Hypertension and ethnic groupAASK trial showing superiority of RASi in African Americans. JAMAALLHAT post-hoc analysis of outcomes by self-reported race. JAMA | PubMedSophisticated Swedish observational study that Swap loved. Stopping Renin-Angiotensin System Inhibitors in Patients with Advanced CKD and Risk of Adverse Outcomes: A Nationwide StudyTarget Trials in Nephrology Dr Edouard Fu grand rounds at Ottawa Nephrology, YouTubeTarget Trial EmulationA Framework for Causal Inference From Observational Data by Miguel Hernán in JAMATubular SecretionsJordy: Third season of His Dark Materials on HBOSwap: Movies by Wes Anderson on Disney PlusLaurie: The Book, “Nearly All the Men in Lagos are Mad”Jordy: How Medicine Works and When It Doesn't: Learning Who to Trust to Get and Stay Healthy | AmazonJoel EO | NYT Review

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 453: The Pod Plays Fortnite

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 51:52


Parrot and Gray play Fortnite with special guest host, D Douglas! Thanks to Wes Anderson for Mind Quarantine, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Asian Bitches Down Under
Lunar New Year, 2023: Year of Rabbit | Babylon | Darjeeling Ltd

Asian Bitches Down Under

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 46:24


Lunar New Year comes early this year, as usual, we talk briefly about our observation of the modern LNY celebrations, the debates online between Chinese New Year and Lunar New Year, the capitalisation of Lunar New Year by the chocolate brands, and fond memories of our childhood LNY sweets. (01:30) Intro, visiting Cabramatta, the gratitude of the Vietnamese community (05:10) Darjeeling Limited, discussion on Wes Anderson's works, Owen Wilson (13:51)  Babylon (21:25) Midnight Diner (25:26) Asian Australian 2022 List, James Wan, M3GAN (31:18) Lunar New Year 2023, horoscopes and more capitalisation, Lunar New Year sweet   Facebook | Asian Bitches Down Under Instagram | Asian Bitches Down Under  Buy Me A Coffee | Asian Bitches Down Under Email: asianbdownunder@gmail.com  

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 452: Plus Dak Minus Brady

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 51:57


Bear, Jake, and Gray make their weekly NFL Football picks. We discuss what is happening in other sports. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Celebrity Book Club with Steven & Lily
Jenny “Tiny Little Mouse” Slate

Celebrity Book Club with Steven & Lily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 53:40


Crank the twee-meter up to Wes Anderson—we're playing house with Cobble Hill's eensiest weensiest comedienne, Jenny Slate, and her absurdist memoir “Little Weirds.” Magical realism meets Freshman year personal essay in this Dickinsonian teacup of cuteness, as the self-described “rabbit” unloads her colonial Massachusetts sexual anxieties and processes Trump's election via poetic non-fiction about being small. From quiet trips to Scandinavia to being afraid to order wine, this ep will have you shushing every femme in the library. Squeak!PLUS! In the VIP Lounge this Friday—commemorative White House ornaments, lesbian tarot card readers, and a plot twist on Nantucket. Subscribe at http://patreon.com/cbcthepodThis episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

An Impossible Way Of Life
(IWOL ARCHIVES) Episode 214 - What is Twee And Classic Rock 2.0

An Impossible Way Of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 61:14


One of our favourite episodes; as vital in the IWOL canon, as the directors cut of Wes Anderson's Bottle Rocket, and as exclusive as the mixtape Johnny through at Zooey Deschanel.

2 Idiots 1 Podcast
Moonrise Kingdom Discussion

2 Idiots 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 65:07


Two longtime friends, Taylor and Bailey spoil, review, and discuss the 2012 film "Moonrise Kingdom" screenplay by Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola and directed by Wes Anderson. During their discussion they touch on various topics such as the various interpretations of the film, urban legends, and key fobs! This episode features spoilers for Moonrise Kingdom starting at 11:15. Check out our link tree to see our Instagram, Twitter, YouTube Channel, or join the Facebook group at https://linktr.ee/2idiots1podcast Please feel free to email questions, comments, or anything else to 2idiots1podcast2022@gmail.com.

Gut Check Podcast
Episode 172 | Dark Crystal

Gut Check Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 59:56


This week: Leather lashing, The mystery keeps getting deeper and deeper, The Gentlemen was awesome, An update on Ted's Wes Anderson's fandom, Marvel saturation

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 451: Fahrenheit WWE

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 29:39


Who will buy WWE? Comcast? Disney? Amazon? Sovereign Wealth Fund of Saudi Arabia? We discuss who we think will ultimately own WWE. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Mind Quarantine, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

The Worn & Wound Podcast
Time on Screen: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

The Worn & Wound Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 69:44


Break out your red caps and speedos, this week Time on Screen is tackling The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. Wes Anderson's follow up to The Royal Tenenbaums was a box office flop and a definite miss with critics when it was released in 2004, but over the years the film's reputation has improved, and it is now considered one of Anderson's most emotionally complex and ambitious projects. Featuring great performances from Bill Murray and a stellar supporting cast that includes Owen Wilson, Cate Blanchett, Willem Dafoe, and others, The Life Aquatic is particularly rewarding on a rewatch, as there are endless sight gags, easter eggs, and new ways to view the arc of the Zissou character. Today's episode features Zach Kazan and his guest Kyle Snarr, making his return to the Time on Screen podcast to talk about not only his favorite Wes Anderson movie, but his favorite movie, period. Not only is The Life Aquatic a fantastic example of Anderson's visual style and the themes he'd go on to explore in similar depth with later films, but it has some great watch spotting, including a fun and affordable diver that Kyle is sporting on this very recording.To stay on top of all new episodes, you can subscribe to The Worn & Wound Podcast — now available on all major platforms including iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify, and more. You can also find our RSS feed here.And if you like what you hear, then don't forget to leave us a review on iTunes.If there's a question you want us to answer you can hit us up at info@wornandwound.com, and we'll put your question in the queue.

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 450: Potato Parrot Picks Parlays

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 47:59


Bear, Jake, and Gray make their weekly NFL Football picks. We discuss what is happening in other sports. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Horror Movie Talk
White Noise (2022) Review

Horror Movie Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023


You know that SNL sketch were it was a trailer for a slasher movie directed by Wes Anderson? Yeah, well this was pretty close. Synopsis White Noise tells the story of a blended family led by Jack and Babette as they experience the joy and terror of academia, man-made disasters, and supermarkets. This film is categorized as a comedy/drama/horror, and if it's one of those things, I guess it's all of them. The horror element is equally treated with black comedy, and comes out mostly in the narrative of the “airborne toxic event” but also is sprinkled throughout. However, I would forgive anyone saying that this is not really a horror movie. But again, I would ask, what is it then? Review of White Noise (2022) The film is written (adapted) and directed by Noah Baumbach, which I associate with Marriage Story and The Meyerowitz Stories, but also cowrote The Life Aquatic and The Fantastic Mr. Fox with Wes Anderson.  Both sensibilities blend here in this adaptation of Don DeLillo's novel of the same name. The characters are acting like recognizable normal people, but the dialogue they are speaking seems like it's coming from a beat poet's fever dream, and the plot borders on the surreal.  I'm still processing it, and most of it just kind of washed over me, but the main takeaway is that it matches the general vibe of the late 20th century being an uneasy pre-dystopia very well. I imagine that I'll watch it again, and that it will get much better with more reps, especially as you get more familiar with the rapid fire, overlapping, enigmatic dialogue. Score 7/10

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 449: Bet Smart, Ohio!

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 43:45


Ohio has legalized sports betting! What are our favorite apps to use? What bets have we done so far? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Mind Quarantine, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 448: Bookie Bear and the Bird

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 44:54


Bear, Jake, and Gray make their weekly NCAA and NFL Football picks. We discuss what is happening in other sports. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Script Apart
White Noise with Noah Baumbach

Script Apart

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 56:00 Very Popular


Is White Noise a disaster movie, a family drama, a drugged-out conspiracy thriller or a satirical comedy? The truth is it's all of the above, and for its writer-director Noah Baumbach, something else altogether – a dystopian delight that represents the biggest left turn of his career so far. Since bursting into the spotlight two decades ago, the New Yorker – famous for movies like Squid and the Whale, Margot at the Wedding and Marriage Story – has become renowned for creating intimate snapshots of American family life. Whether working on his own or collaborating with the likes of his partner Greta Gerwig or Wes Anderson, his movies are typically small in scale but big in emotional depth, delving deep into the interpersonal lives of characters you can't help but fall in love with. At least, that's what used to define a Baumbach movie. White Noise is the sound of an auteur stepping boldly out of his comfort zone. It's an apocalyptic  adaptation of a novel that till now was thought to be unfilmable (Don DeLilo's revered post-modern classic was full of dense prose, lyrical absurdity and satirical sharp-shooting at American hysteria; not the easiest thing to translate to screen). A lot of the film takes place in a supermarket that's both a community hub and a cathedral to American consumerism. And a large chunk of the movie involves grand CGI depictions of a toxic cloud engulfing a community who descend into panic and lawlessness. All things far removed from the grounded domesticity of Noah's normal storytelling.In the conversation you're about to hear, Noah talks about why the time was right for such a departure. We discuss the film's Covid-19 and Trump-era commentary, and his love for hiding in the opening scene of movies an encapsulation of the thematic content to come. You'll also find out why he made one major change to the novel involving the character Babette, and why White Noise isn't a cautionary tale – we as a society are already living in the disorientated, misinformation-filled world of this story, he explains. The future is now – both for America, and for Noah Baumbach.Script Apart is hosted by Al Horner and produced by Kamil Dymek. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, or email us on thescriptapartpodcast@gmail.com.Support for this episode comes from ScreenCraft, Arc Studio Pro and WeScreenplay.To get ad-free episodes and exclusive content, join us on Patreon.Support the show

Not Actually Film Critics
Bottle Rocket - Woooooow

Not Actually Film Critics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 64:21


The crew welcomes in the new year by recounting some past wildlife encounters before Zea updates all with her take on Turning Red and her motherhood is brought into question. Gibbs gives his own "turning red" account from allergy shots. NAFC then caps off the theme of "Breaking Bad" with Zea's pick of Wes Anderson's very first film from 1996, Bottle Rocket, where they talk about the charm of the Wilson brothers, an emerging Wes Anderson filmography, and if you need to know Wes Anderson before watching this movie. Support us!

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 447: The Guessing Game

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 31:57


We play the guessing game on YouTube.  Do we know NFL logos? Do we know old WWF entrances? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Mind Quarantine, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 446: Beep, Beep, Beep

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 56:22


Bear, Jake, Kode, and Gray make their weekly NCAA and NFL Football picks. We discuss what is happening in other sports. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Life Through the Big Screen
Movies To See In 2023

Life Through the Big Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 10:20


I did my worst and best films of 2022, enough of the past, now let's look into the future! The 2023 films I'm looking forward to! This doesn't mean I'm going to see every one of them, because for several of these I only read a synopsis, and if the trailer looks bad, then I'm not going to see it. Or, if the trailer looks stellar and I do plan on seeing it, but everyone across the board who sees it hates it, I'm not going to waste my time or money. Don't look at me that way - I'm going to be like that until I can start monetizing this podcast, okay? Or, it could be that a movie looks great, and people love it, but it's only on Hulu or something, a service I don't have. Then, in that case, it sucks to be me. There's also going to be those movies that jump out and surprise me in the middle of the year that I never would have considered just by reading the premise on paper. All that to say, this is not a comprehensive list by any means. And just so you know, this isn't a Top 10 list, this is just running through the release dates from January to December, so here we go!The first film up is You People. Don't know a thing about it except that it's a buddy comedy (I like buddy comedies - like, is there really a better kind of comedy than that?) which stars Jonah Hill and Eddie Murphy. I don't care much for Eddie Murphy outside of Beverly Hills Cop, but I'm a big fan of Jonah Hill. He always makes me laugh. Knock at the Cabin is an apocalyptic psychological horror film directed by M. Night Shyamalan. What can I say, the man's having a resurgence of sorts with Split, Glass, and I actually enjoyed Old. So I say keep bringing it, my man. I've still got faith in you. I'm still a fan. Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey is coming out next year, and um... yeah, it sounds silly enough that my interest is piqued. Is it going to be any good? Doubt it. Will I watch it? ...Doubt it. But it's on my list if I ever happen to come across it. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Sigh. After last year's Thor: Love and Thunder and all the Marvel shows that no one can possibly keep up with, I'm kind of done with Marvel. Way I see it, Marvel ended with a bang with End Game, and then Spider-Man: No Way Home was like the end-credit scene to all of Marvel. It was the icing on the cake, the last hoorah, the final farewell. To be fair, I haven't seen Wakanda yet, but I'm skeptical because it doesn't have Chadwick Boseman or Michael B. Jordan (though I've been told that Jordan does make an appearance). Anyway, I like Ant-Man, but this will likely be one I wait to come on Disney+. Speaking of Michael B. Jordan, Creed III is my first highly anticipated movie. I love Rocky, all of his movies, and I love the follow-up series, Creed, just as much. I know this film, which is also directed by Michael B. Jordan (following in the lines of Sylvester Stallone), is going to be a knockout. Scream VI is one I'm not dying to see, because these movies don't ever touch the brilliance of the first film, but I'm committed. I'll see it. Adam Driver stars as an astronaut who fights dinosaurs. Sixty-five is a movie that was written by the guys that gave us A Quite Place movies. My daughter is heads-over-heels in love with Kylo Ren, so she's probably going to want to see this one with me, even though she'll only be 9. We'll see what Mom says. But even if she can't, I'll definitely check this one out as long as the reviews are positive. Shazam! Fury of the Gods! Bring - it - on!! I'm a big fan of the first movie - I find it original and touching and hilarious. I'm a little concerned that it won't just be Shazam as the lone super hero, but all his siblings will be fighting by his side, so I'm hoping it's not a Hobbit situation where there's too many characters on screen that we don't know what to do with them. Still, I'm highly optimistic about this movie and it's been on my radar for a very long time. Also on my radar is John Wick: Chapter 4. I mean, what can I say? It's one of those franchises that I think gets better with each installment. The action in Chapter 3 was just *Phew!* mind-blowing. So I can't wait to see what they come up with for this film. Champions is a film directed by Bobby Farley, one of the Farley brothers, and stars Woody Harelson. I don't know anything about it beyond that, but that sounds like a winning team if you ask me. The Super Marios Bros. Movie is one I'm really, really looking forward to, and that's coming from a guy that doesn't really like animated movies all that much. But this one looks like eye-candy as far as just how cartoony the characters look, and I love the trailers and clips they've shown for it as the movie will make the Mario world as we know it, come to live, and actually make sense. Guardians of the Galaxy 3. This is easily one of my most anticipated movies by far. I've watched the trailer 12 times by now, and this is one of two exceptions I've always planned on making for my Marvel viewings post-Endgame. This movie looks like it's really going to break my heart, just like it did when Gamora died. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-verse isn't one I'm as hyped to see as everyone else is, because it's not like I didn't like the first one, but I just feel like it's a tad bit overrated. Don't get me wrong - it's a great, great film, but it just didn't hit all the notes for me as it did for everyone else. Nonetheless, I do plan on watching this one, without a doubt. Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. My kids, especially my son, is very excited to see this. And to be honest, I'm not dreading it in the least. It looks like it's part of the Bumblee universe, and if that's the case, then I'm all in. Elemental is the new Pixar movie about fire and water. Their last installments were just so bad (except for Soul), and I didn't even bother with Lightweight. But with Bob Iger back at Disney's helm, there's reason to think this could be good, depending on how late into production they were when Iger made his triumphal return. Asteroid City is a Wes Anderson film that stars Tom Hanks and Steve Carrell, Margot Robbie, Scarlet Johnson, and everyone else in Hollywood it seems. So... yeah, sign me up, even though I'm a little over Tom Hanks at this point. Indian Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Need I say more? I only hope that the film finds some way to make fun of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. If it does, I guarantee you that's going to be a moment where people applaud in the theater. And hopefully this movie provides a lot of those moments. The bar is high for this one, so we'll see. Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One. Yes, Toy Story is my favorite franchise of all time. But Mission: Impossible is right there (minus MI:II). This movie has been delayed so many times. It was supposed to come out for my birthday this year, which I was so excited for, but good things come to those who wait, and I've been waiting soooooo long for this. This is my number one movie to see in 2023. Then Guardians Vol. 3., then Creed III, then Shazam!. Oppenheimer is a Christopher Nolan film about the creation of the atomic bomb. I mean, who's not at least intrigued by that? I'm definitely not missing that one. The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. I put this on my list, honestly, because my wife really wants to see this one. I love the original Hunger Games books, and I really love Catching Fire the movie. So I'll probably take Sarabeth out to see this. Untitled Ghostbusters: Afterlife Sequel. The kids and I really liked the first one which came out in 2021, so I know we'll probably go see this one. This has been a lot of fun looking forward to what's coming out soon. I'd love to hear what you're most looking forward to, so email me your list or make fun of mine at author.andrewtoy@gmail.com or message me on Instagram where you can find me at LifeThroughBigScreenPod. In this interim where I'm the only one doing all the talking and not having guests, I'm still trying to shape how I want my show to look going forward, so bear with me as I might experiement in subsequent episodes, and feel free to give me any feedback or offer suggestions. Please review my show and leave a comment as that's supposed to help it grow. I look forward to hearing from you and I'll see you next time through the big screen! Email me your favorite films of 2022, especially if there's one that I missed that you think should be on my list. But also feel free to argue with me on any of my choices. Not maliciously, of course, because I have a fragile ego. Keep it spirited. My email address is author.andrewtoy@gmail.com, or message me on Instagram where you can find me at LifeThroughBigScreenPod. Happy New Year! Follow Life Through the Big Screen on these following pages:InstagramFacebookTwitterThis episode was sponsored by Spur Creative

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 445: Over the Line Christmas

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:09


Merry Christmas! We discuss Christmas movies and partake in some YouTube videos guessing Christmas moves. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Mind Quarantine, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 444: Four For $4

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 26:37


Bear and Gray make their weekly NCAA and NFL Football picks. We discuss what is happening in other sports. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 443: Bowl Season Sponsored by Nyquil

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 34:23


Bear, Gray, and Jake make the Bowl picks for this seasons Capital One Bowl Mania. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Mind Quarantine, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

I Know That Face
Tilda Swinton - Part 2

I Know That Face

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 76:23


It's time for Tilda Swinton 2: Electric Boogaloo. On this episode, we explore the last 15 years of her career following on from her Oscar win. We look at her willingness to take smaller but no less impactful roles in movies by directors like the Coen Brothers, Wes Anderson, Joanna Hogg, Bong Joon-ho and Luca Guadagnino. We also look at some of her notable leading roles like A Bigger Splash, Memoria, Julia and Three Thousand Years of Longing. Sign up to HeadStuff+ at headstuffpodcasts.com for the small price of €5 a month to unlock exclusive bonus episodes of I Know That Face. Andrew Twitter: @Andrew_Carroll0 Stephen Twitter: @StephenPorzio I Know That Face Twitter: @IKnowThatFaceP1 / Instagram: @iknowthatface / Facebook: @iknowthatfacepod Edited by Andrew Carroll and Stephen Porzio Intro and Outro Music: No Boundaries (motorik groove) by Keshco. Licence Featured Image Credit

Snails & Oysters
The Royal Tenenbaums

Snails & Oysters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 50:00


In their last episode of 2022, Nat & Alli take it easy with a nice light Wes Anderson movie about... a broken family of egomaniacal has-beens, neurotic eccentrics, and semi-incestuous geniuses. Just in time for Christmas! The Royal Tenenbaums may have launched Anderson's mainstream success, but how does it hold up 21 years later? How does it handle Margot's bisexuality? And most importantly, why is Alli suddenly obsessed with AI? Support Snails & Oysters on Patreon: patreon.com/snailsoysters Follow us online: Snails & Oysters is no longer on Twitter, please bear with us while we figure out alternative social media arrangements Alli Rogers: letterboxd.com/allirodgers Nat Roberts: letterboxd.com/GnatRoberts Our theme song is Gumballs by Billy Libby: instagram.com/fortgorgeous And our cover art was designed by Abby Austin: instagram.com/abigailbaustin Post-credits Nat here again: Thank you all for making 2022 such a wonderful year! We're off the rest of the month but will be back to our regular release schedule on January 12th. I'd love to tease what movie it will be, but to be honest we haven't picked one yet. Happy holidays! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 442: Daily Double Debacle

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 54:21


Bear, Gray, and Parrot make their weekly NCAA and NFL Football. What else is going on in sports and wrestling? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Film is Lit
Ep. 075 - Fantastic Mr. Fox (Dahl, 1989/ Anderson, 2009)

Film is Lit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 67:16


**THIS EPISODE CONTAINS FULL SPOILERS** (*whistles and clicks*) How can a character endanger not only his entire family but the entire neighborhood, and still look so cool? Well, in this episode of Film is Lit, we dare to find the answer to that question and more! Join us as we cover Roald Dahl's children's book, "Fantastic Mr. Fox," adapted into the millennial hipster favorite stop-motion film by the master of shot symmetry and mise en scène, Wes Anderson. Do we have our nostalgia glasses on, or is this truly the classic that we have always remembered? Listen to find out! #FilmisLitPod #FilmisLitPodcast #FantsticMrFox #WesAnderson #RoaldDahl #GeorgeClooney #MerylStreep #BullMurray #OwenWilson #JasonSchwartzman #WillemDafoe #MovieAdaptation #AlexandreDesplat #BooktoScreen #BookvsMovie #StopMotion #2009

All Up In My Lady Business
All Up In: Camp Wandawega, Advertising & Creating Beautiful Things from Nothing with Tereasa Surratt

All Up In My Lady Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 61:21 Transcription Available


Today, I'm talking with the one and only Tereasa Surratt. If you live on this planet, you've likely seen her advertising and design work. But you may not know about the project closest to her heart— Camp Wandawega, a sustainability and preservation-minded camp in Elkhorn, Wisconsin. Together, we talk about her journey from buying the camp to making it the incredible, communal, and passion-filled place that it is today.While half of Tereasa's life is Camp Wandawega, in the other half she is a thriving creative hybrid working with brands such as Dove, Mrs. Meyers, and the National Children's Museum. In addition to her award-winning work in advertising, she is an author, speaker, entrepreneur, mom of an opinionated 16 year-old, and wife to an equally passionate husband.Tune in to hear us discuss:Wes Anderson's fantasy of a Summer campThe beauty and privilege of making choices based on heart, not on pocketbookDrawing the following you want organically and karmically from the beginningThe rewarding feeling of creating something from nothingThe rise of women in creative leadershipThe far-reaching impact of the Real Beauty campaignPress play then smash that subscribe button so you never miss an episode, and come hang with us on Instagram & Twitter!Links:Visit Tereasa's WebsiteVisit the Camp Wandawega WebsiteVisit the Camp Wandawega InstagramToast & JamLaunch your DJ business with the Toast & Jam Lab

Solid Six
Episode 114: Paper Moon

Solid Six

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 115:06


Josh, Alison, and Brady swindle Kansans with Paper Moon - the 1973 Great Depression crime comedy starring Tatum and Ryan O'Neal and directed by Peter Bogdanovich.Plus!6 Underground, 13 Hours, Mind Trap (1989), The Crown, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, The French Dispatch, Gamera 2, and Graveyard Keeper on the Switch!Send submissions to our Child Throwing and Man on Fire lists!Leave us a voicemail! We'll play it on the show. Letterboxd: Alison, Josh, BradyEmail us - podcast@solidsix.netFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterLeave a review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 441: The Peapod Wars - Part 2

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 65:47


Bear, Gray, Jeremy, and Parrot finishJeopardy with special guest host Peapod! Can Parrot and Jeremy be the first ones to take down the reigning, defending, and undisputed Jeopardy champions?  Tune in to Double and Final Jeopardy to find out! Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook.

The Sports Brewery Podcast
188: TSB Goes To The Movies - The French Dispatch

The Sports Brewery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 35:07


Braga, King, and Ski talk about Wes Anderson's latest, The French Dispatch. It's a chapter movie starring over 300 people. It's full of Anderson tropes and his regular actors, which can be hit or miss. Listen to find out which one it is.

The Film Effect Podcast
FEWERcast 37 (12-10-22)

The Film Effect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 117:46


It's the end of yet another week and we're celebrating with a fresh, all-new episode of FEWERcast (our Film Effect Weekly Entertainment Recap podcast), featuring the latest various entertainment & film industry news...as discussed by the usual suspects!! This week: *Wes Anderson's next film looks to be a Summer disaster event.. *Zack Snyder is OUT over at the DCU...enter James Gunn *Do the early reactions for Avatar: The Way of Water have us excited for the film?? *Do we believe Rush Hour 4 is actually going to happen?? *Jennifer Lawrence sincerely believes she's the face of female-lead action franchises...and boy do we have thoughts *Brandon Cronenberg's new film "Infinity Pool" looks like a Brandon Cronenberg film *We make our NFL Week 14 picks *Plus much more!! Episode Directory: *Intro 00:00 *The Drip 01:38 *Coming Attractions 59:25 *Weekly Recommends 01:23:45 *Film Effect Pick 'ems 01:40:52 *Sign Off 01:53:29 Visit The Film Effect's Website: www.thefilmeffectpodcast.com Get All Your Merch Here: www.teepublic.com/user/filmeffectpodcast or at thefilmeffectpodcast.com/store Leave Us A Review!! •https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-film-effect-podcast/id1551755963 •https://open.spotify.com/show/7AzClWhpGO7lcz2arSOg2b?si=jhDEnBp8Sl6cavl-LLzDpw •https://www.thefilmeffectpodcast.com/reviews Follow Us On Social Media!!! FB: facebook.com/thefilmeffectpodcast IG: instagram.com/thefilmeffectpodcast Twitter: twitter.com/filmeffectpod TikTok: tiktok.com/@filmeffectpodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcesT7GVaHoSzaRXI-INIYg Email: thefilmeffectpodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefilmeffectpodcast/support

Creative Play and Podcast Network
TusCon 49 Panel Is Hollywood just regurgitating the same old stuff? Or are people just not paying attention?

Creative Play and Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 58:51


TusCon 49 Panel Is Hollywood just regurgitating the same old stuff? Or are people just not paying attention? Join our Panelists: Brian Haas, Marty Ketola, Mary Fan as they share their opinions on: Oh sure we see lots of sequels and remakes and “properties”; but Wes Anderson, the Coen brothers and Jordan Peele all seem to be rather successful. Is The Dream Factory really suffering from rerunitis? Or is there more to the story? Recorded at TusCon 49 Saturday November 11th, 10am See more about our panelists here: Brian Haas, (10) BS Movies (@bsmoviespodcast) / Twitter Marty Ketola, (10) Marty Ketola (@pondoscp) / Twitter Mary Fan, https://www.maryfan.com/ We would like to definitely thank you awesome Volunteers, Staff, and guests who came out to TusCon thix year! #TusCon #TusCon49 Please support our shows at www.patreon.com/cppn and even join us in some games! Also keep an eye at the new things on our now affiliated Twitch channel: https://www.twitch.tv/creativeplayandpodcast Also follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CreativePlayandPodcastNetwork Would you be interested if we hosted D&D and Edge of Empire games on Roll20 for you to join? Email us at Creativeplaypodcastnet@Gmail.com  

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 440: The Peapod Wars - Part 1

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 84:15


Bear, Gray, Jeremy, and Parrot play Jeopardy with special guest host Peapod! We continue to make our weekly NCAA and NFL Football and play the first round of Jeopardy!  Can Parrot and Jeremy be the first ones to take down the reigning, defending, and undisputed Jeopardy champions?  After listening, tune in on Sunday for Part 2 which includes Double Jeopardy and Final Jeopardy! Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Kottke Ride Home
Wed. 12/07 - Your Milk Is Probably Not Actually Expired

Kottke Ride Home

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 17:11


How less-confusing food labeling––and perhaps more food-based curriculum in schools––can mitigate the huge problem of food waste. Plus, a new web-based simulator that will show you exactly how screwed you are if an asteroid hits your hometown.Sponsors:Up First from NPR, Listen wherever you get your podcastsUncommon Goods, Get 15% off your next gift at uncommongoods.com/coolLinks:Expiration Dates Are Meaningless (The Atlantic)Thanksgiving Dinner Will Result in 305 Million Pounds of Food Waste in the U.S. (reFED)Expiration dates lead to lots of food waste, though these dates vary widely by state (NPR)Use Proper Cooking Temperatures to Ensure Safe Food (MN Dept. of Health)Waste Free Kitchen Handbook by Dana GundersAsteroid Launcher This Interactive Map Will Show You How Screwed You Are If We're Hit by an Asteroid (VICE)Fun Website Lets You Simulate an Asteroid Impact in Your Hometown (Futurism)Destroy the World With This Asteroid Launcher Simulation (Kottke.org)Wes Anderson's Asteroid City Sets Theatrical Release Date (Collider)"The Avengers (1980) directed by Wes Anderson" (Russo Brothers, Instagram) Jackson Bird on TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Banter & Such
Cozy Movies - Jinglecember Spectacular

Banter & Such

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 78:45


Get a fire going, light some candles, and put on fluffy wool socks because we're bringing you our first episode of the Jinglecember Spectacular!Which movies make you feel cozy, and are perfect to watch on a snowy day? What happens when Owen & Brando disagree on a movie? Is it possible to warm Owen's ice cold grinch heart? Wanna get into some BS with us? PATREON: Patreon.com/BanterAndSuchINSTAGRAM: @BanterAndSuchPodcastTWITTER: @BanterSuchWEBSITE: theheliosnetwork.comHUGE thanks to @Rickyjab and @Calirodi for letting us use their absolute banger of a Christmas song! 

In the Shed with Wes Anderson
Episode 56 Balenciaga, The World Cup, & Spontaneous Human Combustion

In the Shed with Wes Anderson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 127:40


Topics discussed on this episode include giving thanks, problematic executions in Alabama, the Balenciaga controversy, a boil water notice in Houston, Bruce Lee's death, the World Cup, college and NFL football, mysterious cattle slayings in Colorado, scientists making baby black holes, Elon Musk's Neuralink, and Spontaneous Human Combustion.

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 439: College Football Playoffs - Controversy Creates Cash

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 34:16


This episode sponsored by 397 Heat Pads for Dat Azz. Bear, Gray, and Kode discuss Ohio State vs. Michigan and the impending possibilities of craziness with the College Football Playoffs in 2022 and beyond. Thanks to Wes Anderson for Mind Quarantine, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

Factual America
Pepsi, Where's My Jet?

Factual America

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 47:39


In 1996 a Pepsi giveaway competition inspired John Leonard, a young mountain guide from Seattle, to do everything he could to claim the top prize – a Harrier jet. Realising that it was physically impossible to drink enough cans of cola to earn the necessary 7,000,000 points, John hatched a plan that soon had him facing off against a team of corporate lawyers.  A David versus Goliath story for the ages, Pepsi, Where's My Jet? – a new docuseries from Netflix – celebrates the human spirit and humanity's boundless capacity for creativity and innovation, all against the backdrop of 1990s America. Join Matthew Sherwood in a laugh-filled chat with the film's award-winning director and producer, Andrew Renzi, who relays what it was like to work with Netflix, climb a mountain in Antarctica and hang out eating hoagies with Michael Avenatti. At the end Matthew discovers that one of Andrew's first jobs in film was working for Wes Anderson, helping to shed a light on one of Hollywood's most idiosyncratic filmmakers. “There's a difference for me between stories that are nostalgic and stories that are timeless…There's a big draw right now to try to tell nostalgic stories…but that just doesn't have enough teeth for me.” – Andrew Renzi Resources: Pepsi, Where's My Jet? MovieMaker Magazine Innersound Audio Alamo Pictures Connect with Andrew Renzi:IMDb Connect with Matthew Sherwood: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter  Connect with Factual America: Facebook Instagram Twitter More from Factual America:  Killer Sally The Invisible Pilot: Stranger than Fiction Girl in the Picture: A 25-Year Mystery Solved

The Living Church Podcast
Being Human, Inhabiting Time with James K.A. Smith

The Living Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 52:22


Make a holiday donation to the Living Church. Today is a special day on the liturgical calendar. It is what the fathers and mothers of the Church knew as the "First Podcast of Advent." Welcome to this wonderful time of waiting. And we've got a treat for you almost as sweet as those baked goodies you're wondering whether or not to fast from because this is technically a penitential season: we welcome author and philosopher James K.A. Smith, who has written such books as Imagining the Kingdom and You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit, and most recently, How to Inhabit Time. We've got a cozy Advent chat with him on his new book, How to Inhabit Time, from his home in Grand Rapids. How do we live in time? And how do we resist -- how are Christians some of the worst at resisting -- living in time? How does time make us vulnerable, but also give us a sobering kind of power? And what does it mean that time is one of the conditions in which God becomes Immanuel to us? It will be no surprise to you, given what I've just said, that James K.A. Smith is professor of philosophy at Calvin University. Over the years he has become an engaged public intellectual and cultural critic, an award-winning author, and a widely traveled speaker, building bridges between the academy, society, and the Church. The author of a number of widely-known books, Jamie's writing has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and USA Today, as well as in influential literary and religious magazines. He serves as editor in chief of Image, a quarterly journal at the intersection of art, faith, and mystery. We talk keeping time and catching curve balls, walking through houses once-loved, the charms and dangers of longing for the past, time as an adventure, and the radical freedom and trust the Incarnation invites us into. Lord of the Rings comes in, as well as the Left Behind series, Wes Anderson, and lots of German philosophers. We had a lovely time. So cuddle up with a warm, frothy cup of whatever penitential holiday drink you feel like -- and if you're in the car, make sure you've got a lid securely on it -- we hope you enjoy the conversation. Make a holiday donation to the Living Church. Read How to Inhabit Time. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/living-church/support

Over the Line Sports Podcast
Episode 438: Factory Kode Returns

Over the Line Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 35:40


Bear, Gray, and Kode make their weekly NCAA and NFL Football. What else is going on in sports and wrestling? Thanks to Wes Anderson for Moments in Time, check him out on Twitter @SongsByWes and Wes Anderson Music on Facebook. Thanks to our sponsors: Sparty Steve, All Wear Clothing, Crandall's Quality Landscaping, and Datingtransformation.com.

The Beat with Ari Melber
Bonus: Jeff Goldblum On ‘Insect Politics,' Weird Roles, Dream Directors, Judaism, Jazz & Xmas Music | Podcast extra

The Beat with Ari Melber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 55:40


Award-winning actor Jeff Goldblum talks to MSNBC's Ari Melber for nearly an hour in this candid, sprawling and sometimes goofy conversation, as the two discuss Goldblum's work with directors such as Steven Spielberg and Wes Anderson, his many iconic roles, what he loves about jazz, and having his “weirdness” affirmed. In this wide-ranging interview, Ari and Goldblum also tackle “insect politics”, taxonomy, rap lyrics, poetry, and being a “craft obsessive” and he reveals who he most wants to collaborate with next in this newest installment of “Mavericks with Ari Melber,” a series of interviews with artists, musicians and cultural icons. msnbc.com/mavericks

Flyover Film Show
Fantastic Mr. Fox

Flyover Film Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 81:14


We really are just all wild animals in the end. Joined by two VERY special guests, the Flyover crew talks about one of our all time favorites, Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox! After you listen to the episode, be sure to check out Colin and Shelby's Instagram, @citizenstaffpicks.

Late to the Movies
Fantastic Mr. Fox

Late to the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 53:57


Animation Month ends on Late to the Movies with Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox! Ben, Anthony, and Kay dig in to all the anthropomorphized antics of this 2009 stop motion Roald Dahl adaptation. Directed by Wes Anderson, screenplay by Anderson and Noah Baumbach, and starring George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe, and Owen Wilson.

Films for the Void!
Karsten Runquist on Dirtbag, Building a Following, and Falling in Love with Cinema's Finer Details

Films for the Void!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 68:14


Welcome to an all-new Films for the Void, Bonus Episode #19! In this episode, Landon interviews Karsten Runquist - a Chicago-based filmmaker and YouTuber who, for the better part of a decade has been following his dreams in the world of film. Whether it's recapping the films he's watched on a monthly basis, tiering aspects of the filmgoing experience, or providing perspective in short form essays, his self-titled YouTube channel has captivated the eyes and minds of nearly 600K subscribers. The same can be said for his Letterboxd, as one of the site's most recognizable users, sitting at 133K followers. However, his latest venture stems to his most recent short film, Dirtbag, which takes the anxiety of inevitable responsibility and combines it with the offbeat humor of auteurs like Wes Anderson and Miranda July. You can currently stream Dirtbag for free on Vimeo.Landon and Karsten talk about growing up in Minnesota, developing an interest in making movies, building a following on Letterboxd, fine tuning his craft on YouTube, and his thoughts on even more film studio logos - all on the latest episode of Films for the Void!TIME STAMPS00:00:16 Interview w/ Karsten Runquist00:46:25 Round Robin Movie DiscussionStream Dirtbag here: https://vimeo.com/635762205Twitter: @RunquistKarstenLetterboxd: @kurstboyfilmsforthevoid.comTwitter: @films_void

Apex Mountain
Ep. 130: Bottle Rocket - Banger Movie Month!

Apex Mountain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 24:52


This week's BANGER is a Wes Anderson movie that Jacob has been circling for a long time... Bottle Rocket! Upon his release from a mental hospital following a nervous breakdown, the directionless Anthony joins his friend Dignan, who seems far less sane than the former. Dignan has hatched a hare-brained scheme for an as-yet-unspecified crime spree that somehow involves his former boss, the (supposedly) legendary Mr. Henry. With the help of their pathetic neighbor and pal Bob, Anthony and Dignan pull a job and hit the road, where Anthony finds love with motel maid Inez. When our boys finally hook up with Mr. Henry, the ensuing escapade turns out to be far from what anyone expected.—Marty Cassady (IMDb reviewer)DirectorWes AndersonWritersOwen WilsonWes AndersonStarsLuke WilsonOwen WilsonNed Dowd Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! If you liked this episode, please rate/review us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @ApexMountainPodSend us an email: apexmountainpod@gmail.comCheck out our TikTok: tiktok.com/@apexmountainpodcastCheck out our movie list: letterboxd.com/apexmountainMusic from bensound.comSupport the show

We Hate Movies
The Royal Tenenbaums

We Hate Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 123:40


On this episode, the gang chats about one of Wes Anderson's best, the beloved family dramedy, The Royal Tenenbaums! How fantastic is all the storybook New York stuff? How many commercial V.O. gigs did this movie get Alec Baldwin? Don't we all wish we had a javalina mounted in our house? Is “Wigwam” the worst Dylan song? How do you let a bird get kidnapped from your set? And wowza, how out-of-this-world are Anjelica Huston and Gene Hackman together? PLUS: A line of Owen Wilson movie-specific porno parodies? Sign us up!  The Royal Tenenbaums stars Gene Hackman, Anjelica Huston, Ben Stiller, Gwyneth Paltrow, Luke Wilson, Owen Wilson, Bill Murray, Seymour Cassel, Kumar Pallana, Alec Baldwin, and Danny Glover as Henry Sherman; directed by Wes Anderson. Catch the guys on the road now—SLC tonight (11/15) and Phoenix this Thursday (11/17)! Tickets on sale now! Check out the WHM Merch Store -- featuring new Crispy Critters, MINGO!, WHAT IF Donna? & Mortal Kombat designs! This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/whm and get on your way to being your best self. Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fmUnlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

GGACP celebrates the 45th anniversary of Steven Spielberg's beloved 1977 sci-fi classic "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (released November 16, 1977) with this ENCORE presentation of a memorable interview with Oscar and Emmy-nominated actor-producer-director Bob Balaban. In this episode, Bob talks about his family's history in the movie theater business, his affection for horror films, his transition from acting to directing and his admiration for colleagues Wes Anderson and Christopher Guest. Also, Orson Welles inspires fear, Robert Altman tackles a whodunit, Bill Murray perfects his short game and Bob “apprentices” for Sidney Lumet. PLUS: “Brewster McCloud'! Remembering Francois Truffaut! The Marx Brothers on stage! The brilliance of Eugene Levy! Uncle Miltie meets an extraterrestrial! And Bob remembers the great Fred Willard! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Beyond the Screenplay
Episode 143: The Royal Tenenbaums

Beyond the Screenplay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 85:23


The BTS team discusses the complex character web, the shared theme present in each character's arc, and the early days of Wes Anderson's style.