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The Movie Geeks welcome writer/director Erik Sharkey back to the show to discuss his new film, the spy spoof Sexina, which is now available on DVD and through instant download.
Plus, reviews of the latest releases, including Interstellar and Olive Kitteridge, as well as discussions on the tragic downfall of Orson Welles and a list of the greatest character actresses of all time.
The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including Fury and Men, Women and Children, and discuss an assortment of movie topics, including the controversy surrounding the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles, the culture of celluloid in the digital era, and the importance of film preservation.
Join us as we Rebroadcast live Wed at 11:00 am PT
New York Times Best Seller,
distinguished author of "The Four Agreements and mystic Don Miguel Ruiz. Discover
The Four Agreements for Life-Secrets to Success as Don Miguel opens up the vault
to the secrets ancients long ago disovered and how you too can tap into truth.
Don Miguel Ruiz was born into a humble family with ancient traditions in rural Mexico,
the youngest of 13 children. He considers himself very lucky, as this was where he learned
from an early age that everything is possible, if we really want it.
His parents, Don Jose and Dona Sarita, as well as his grandfather, Don Leonardo, all
believed that Miguel would continue their legacy in the centuries old Toltec tradition.
Instead Don Miguel attended medical school, and became a surgeon.
For several years he practiced medicine with his brothers, and he realized that what
needed to be healed was not only the physical brain, but the human mind as well.
A near fatal car accident changed the direction of Don Miguel’s life. He experienced
himself as pure awareness outside of the constraints of his physical body. He realized that
the Toltec wisdom of his family contained all of the tools needed to change the human mind.
Don Miguel promptly returned to his mother to finish his training and he became a Shaman.
Don Miguel moved to the United States to share his wisdom, and spent the next 15 years
exploring ways to heal and change the human mind. The result of this quest was The
Four Agreements®.Join us for an exciting Hour! www.TheBottomLineShowLive.com
If you have ever felt called to rewrite your own agreements and become more empowered to lead the life you were created to lead, than this special Tremendous Life Radio event is for you. We are very honored and happy to have don Miguel Ruiz Sr., don Miguel Jr. and don Jose Ruiz all together and back on the show with us. We’ll talk about what triggered don Miguel to return to his ancestral path, teaching ancient transformational Toltec wisdom first to his sons and then to the world. His book, The Four Agreements, has sold more than eight million copies in the U.S. alone. don Jose’s book; The Fifth Agreement takes us even further by teaching, Be Skeptical, but learn to listen. Jose’s latest book; My Good Friend the Rattlesnake shares personal stories of loss, truth and transformation. Don Miguel Jr. brought us; The Five Levels of Attachment and his latest work; Living a Life of Awareness: Daily Meditations on the Toltec Path is available now. In it and for the first time ever, the Toltec wisdom from the Ruiz family is bound together in a book of Daily Meditations. We will also surely be touching on their upcoming; Teotihuacan: Dawn of a New Dream New Year’s Celebration.
The Movie Geeks discuss the latest movie news including the passing of acotr/director Richard Attenborough, review the latest releases (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Night Moves), and reveal their picks for which films deserved nominations and wins for Best Picture throughout the 1990's.
The Movie Geeks speak with film composer Kevin Riepl about his latest score Cabin Fever: Patient Zero.
Plus, the latest movie news, including HBO's planned remake of Westworld, the passing of Lauren Bacall, and who we think should have won Best Picture every year throughout the 1980's.
The Movie Geeks speak with actor Randall Batinkoff (For Keeps, The Player), whose directorial debut 37: A FInal Promise is now in theaters and VOD. Plus, director Michael Rossato-Bennett discusses his new documentary Alive Inside, which won the Audience Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Plus, reports from this year's Massachusetts International Film Festival, the passing of scream queen legend Marilyn Burns, and what we'd change about the Best Picture Oscar nominees in each year of the 1970's.
Modern Combat Masters Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and Co-Host Hanshi Daniel J. Vena with executive Producer Sifu Restita DeJesus are proud to present Hanshi Miguel Ibarra to the program.Yamabushi Kai was established in 1982 by Miguel Ibarra, Hanshi [10th Dan]. This is a blending of Mi Yama Ryu Jujutsu and Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu techniques for street self defense. Hanshi Ibarra trained directly under Shinan Antonio Pereira; Shinan Hector Negron and Soshi Shihan Katsumi Yonezawa. Additionally, Ibarra trained/studied under other noteworthy Daito Ryu/Takeda Ryu instructors of international status. Hanshi has been training 1966 and has been teaching in his own dojo since 1982. He has been recognized at the rank of Judan [10th Degree Black Belt] by numerous organizations including the American Jiu Jitsu Assocition. Miguel Ibarra, Hanshi holds a Bachelor's Degree in Pschology and a Master's Degree in Counseling from Fordham University. He is a retired law enforcement officer after having served 25 years with the the NYC Probation Dept. where he was in charge of the Warrant Squad, Intelligence Unit, Gang Suppression Unit and all Special Projects, he was also the Defensive Tactics Instructor and a Firearms Instructor and Armorer. He retired in 2005 holding the position of Asst. Commissioner. Shihan Rene' Ibarra holds the rank of Menkyo Kaiden Kyoju Dairi[9th Dan] in Yamabushi Jujutsu/Aikijutsu Ryu and holds a Shodan in Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu Bokuyokan under Soshi Shihan Katsumi Yonezawa. He has been training since 1986. He is the Asst. Director of the Kai. He is also a Certified Personal Trainer and trains individuals on a private basis for fitness and or jujutsu. He also instructs kickboxing and grappling classes by appointment.
The Movie Geeks speak with actress/director Zoe Quist, whose thriller Raw Cut and drama Mining for Ruby are now available through VOD. Plus, director Mark Jackson discusses his searing drama War Story starring Catherine Keener and Ben Kingsley.
Plus, a rountable discussion on modern film noirs, the pleasures of bad cinema, and reviews of Guardians of the Galaxy and Get On Up.