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  • 00:50

    Special Report: A Few Good Men (1992)

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    You want podcasters? 
    On this special episode, five podcasters discuss Rob Reiner's 1992 film A Few Good Men.  Written by Aaron Sorkin (and tweaked for the screen by William Goldman), the film stars Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Jack Nicholson, and a slew of other familiar faces in this tense courtroom drama about masculinity, patriotism, honor, and duty. 
    The episode is hosted by Jay and TJ of the We've Seen That podcast along with Joanna Langfield from The Movie Minute and occasional Projection Booth co-host Jon Cross from the After Movie Diner.

  • 02:14

    Talk Star Wars Episode 98 | Next Stop The Last Jedi

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    It's episode 98 of the Talk Star Wars podcast and Marc, Steven, Rob and Paul talk about The Last Jedi as we are just days away from the film's release, they take listener email and voicemail, Steven revisits The Force Awakens, they discuss their favourite original trilogy bad special effects and a whole lot more...
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  • 00:30

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Marlissa Gardner of Emillions Art

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    Naples, FL – What makes a painting a work of art? What makes a painting valuable? How does an unknown artist become world-renowned?
    If you want to make it as an artist, you have to be willing to spend every dime you have on your own career, but it helps to have someone who can navigate the dynamic and often unforgiving world of contemporary art so you can make the right decisions for your work and your career as an artist.
    Marlissa Gardner is the founder of Emillions Art, a high-end contemporary art consultant.
    “I'm a liaison,” says Gardner. “I’m the bridge between the artist and the buyer. “Every artist I meet with I believe is valuable and really worth paying attention to. Sometimes my market or clientele doesn't match their artwork. But that’s the trick: finding the right market for the artwork.”
    Gardner works privately with collectors trying to divest themselves of their collections of old or modern masters. Gardner also deals in the high contemporary art world with artists who are trying to get their name and their artwork exposed to not just the national scene, but the international scene.
    “It's all about relationships,” says Gardner. “You have to develop them, you have to get to know people, you have to trust people on both ends.”
    Gardner can bring her artists into those exclusive circles so their status is brought to a new level.
    “Frankly what it comes down to is packaging and marketing. And it's all about who you know. Do you know the right people?” says Gardner. “It's an interesting world. It's completely engaging all the time. It’s never the same deal twice."
    For more information, visit https://www.emillionsart.com

  • 01:11

    'The Second Coming of the KKK'

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    Linda Gordon talks about “The Second Coming of the KKK”; Scott Kelly discusses “Endurance: A Year in Space, a Lifetime of Discovery”; and editors from the Book Review talk about our 10 Best Books of 2017.

  • 01:53

    Ep#117 - Our First Disneyland Trip

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    Last week me and Melyssa went on our first ever Disneyland in California.  We were joined by our friends Chaunine, Cheree, Chad, Jennie and Stan as we all visited where Walt walked.  It was a special trip and it left us with a ton to discuss from layout, attractions, food, flow of people and atmosphere.  That is what this week's episode is all about.  At the top of the show we address changed to Patreon and gear up for the upcoming release of THE LAST JEDI.  So much to do! Lets go! It's showtime! 
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  • 00:52

    The Louis CK Movie You Can't See plus "Justice League" and more!

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    After the Louis CK controversy broke his distributor decided not to release his new film "I Love You Daddy." But we got to see it before they pulled it (pun not intended) and we'll tell you if it's fun or if it's creepy...or both. And since "Justice League" is opening this week we've brought along YouTube sensation Grace Randolph, who knows her way around a superhero movie. Ah, but there's so much more, such as "Roman J. Israel, Esq." the new legal drama starring Denzel Washington, plus the quirky indie comedy "Mr. Roosevelt," and the new season of "The Girlfriend Experience" on Starz and some great new films available on demand and on DVD. It's a pre-Thanksgiving feast!

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  • 01:50

    Episode 136: Justice League Fallout

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    The MovieFilm boys are back after an extended post-Thanksgiving layover! This week: We dive in with a look at the stunning box office flame-out of Warner Bros.’ superhero epic Justice League. Why did it fall so far shot of the financial mark? What does this mean for the future of the DC Comics Expanded Universe? We offer our thoughts and theories. Also: Hear our thoughts on the first trailer for next year’s Avengers: Infinity War, and Zaki’s interview with director Joe Wright about the new film Darkest Hour. Plus: Get our takes on James Cameron’s Avatar sequel plans, word that Disney is looking to buy Twentieth Century Fox, news of Quentin Tarantino taking on the Star Trek franchise, and much more! Listen to it all via the embed below or at iTunes or Stitcher or Google Play. If you haven’t already, make sure to hit “like” on our Facebook page, and send any questions or comments to MovieFilmPodcast@gmail.com.

  • 00:58

    A Taste of Ink LIVE featuring Author Lyn Ragan

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    Join me for a conversation with Author Lyn Ragan, Lyn knew at the age of fourteen that she would write a book one day. She subscribed to True Crime and True Detective, reading each edition faithfully while plotting her fiction novel she never wrote. Twenty-five years later, she met the love of her life never thinking she'd be involved in a real-life crime. After her fiancé's murder, she followed his guidance by way of ADC's, (After Death Communications) and penned their first two books, Wake Me Up! Love and The Afterlife, and, We Need To Talk: Living With The Afterlife.
    A Taste of Ink LIVE, Tuesday, Jan. 27th at 6:00PM EST. 
    Dial In/SKYPE (646) 564-9897 #1 to listen, comment or ask questions.
    6:00PM EST – 5:00PM Central – 4:00PM Mountain – 3:00PM Pacific
    Join Chat @  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/vertikallifemagazine/2015/01/27/a-taste-of-ink-live-featuring-author-lyn-ragan

  • 01:10

    Episode 020 - 2014 Top Ten All-Time TV Drama List Revisited...and Revised

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    The first assignment Jason Martin ever took on for Outkick the Coverage was to compose ten longform pieces ranking the top ten dramas of his lifetime. Lists are subjective and limited by personal experience, but they're also a lot of fun. A little over three years later, @JMartOutkick revisits that list, atones for his mistakes, explains why each show was worthy at the time (except for one), and edits in new entries that would be included if the list were redone today, or at least speculates where they might fall. It was these articles that led to Jason's extensive pop culture coverage for the website, and later to his role on the Outkick the Coverage radio program, not to mention this podcast. This one's fun. Enjoy!

  • 02:51

    Comics With Kenobi Episode 37

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    Plenty to be thankful for when it came to Marvel's November slate of Star Wars comics, including a pair of double-dips for the Star Wars and Darth Vader series. Reading Poe Damerongave us all kinds of feels, especially if you harbor affection for not just Leia Organa, but Padme Amidala.
    Meanwhile, Alex Ray and Jim Mello struck gold with their latest issue of A Star Wars Comic where a Gonk droid serves as the focal point of a certain view from A New Hope. It's a shame the series is drawing to a close, but we've got high hopes they'll find a way to keep it going. Star Wars comics reviewed this month, include:
    Star Wars #38 and #39 Doctor Aphra #14 Darth Vader #7 and #8 Poe Dameron #21 A Star Wars Comic #11 Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic — Mace Windu #4 Looking ahead through December, we’ll be reading several issues, too. They include, by release date and title:
    Dec. 5 _ Darth Vader #9
    Dec. 13 _ Star Wars #40 _ Star Wars Adventures #5
    Dec. 20 _ Poe Dameron #22 _ Doctor Aphra #15
    Dec. 27 _ Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic -- Mace Windu #5 _ Star Wars: The Last Jedi -- Storms of Crait One Shot

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