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In the sixth episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli talk about new movies on demand such as "Love and Mercy," Time Out of Mind" and "Cooties." Bill Bregoli and Bill McCuddy tell stories about meeting the real Brian Wilson and wonder aloud if Richard Gere is the most stylish homeless man in the movies. The guys also talk about The Late Show with Stephen Colbert which may only be a week old but that doesn't stop them from giving a progress report. Oh, and there's a brief appearance by Kai the Social Media Guy who somehow managed to squeeze into our tiny studio.
On this episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies Niel Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli talk about the new Robert DeNiro - Anne Hathaway comedy "The Intern" and Bill Bregoli has interview clips from both stars. And the guys talk about what's it's like to interview DeNiro (not easy) and they ask why people hate Anne Hathaway. The guys also talk about "Ashby" and a documentary about designer Yves St. Laurent. And speaking of documentaries, they discuss "Drunk, Stoned, Brilliant, Dead," the new film about the National Lampoon and Bill Bregoli tells how he actually got published in the magazine.
In this fourth Episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli discuss People, Places, Things and Aloha which are now available On Demand as well as some new documentaries - one about The Who and another about comedian Barry Crimmins. They also go over a list of best movies by female directors and they discuss Regal Cinema's new policy of searching moviegoers' bags in theaters. Bill McCuddy also talks about a new law brought about from a tragedy that happened to Stephen Colbert. So a lot is covered in just a half-hour of your time.
In this fifth episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli discuss the quirky little independent film "The Sleepover," the apocalyptic "Z for Zaharia," and the latest Alex Gibney documentary "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine." The guys also go over the summer of 2015's hits and misses and wonder why some so-so movies became mega-hits while some movies thought of as "flops" weren't really all that bad. They also digress now and then and tell some stories about the legendary director (and wine salesman) Orson Welles.
In this premiere episode New York film ciritics Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli discuss what's going on at the movies this week. In particular the focus is on "Rikki and the Flash" and its star Meryl Streep. Other subjects include Amy Schumer and her film "Trainwreck" as well as new movies avialable On Demand.
Tonight on Real Talk with Eddie Hinkle, we discuss audio being played at a Target store in California and how a guy got away with hacking an Apple iOS.
Interview with Cathy Travis
Topics of conversation:
Recounting experience on Capitol hill, September 11, 2001 Chaos and emotions, fears and uncertainty Days after the Pentagon and Twin Towers were hit Working at and living near The Target Cathy Travis began writing as a little girl. After college, she went to Washington D.C. to work on Capitol Hill for twenty-five years as a communications director, senior advisor, and political consultant for various Members of Congress until her early retirement in 2007. A native of Jonesboro, Arkansas, Travis graduated from Arkansas State University and resides on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
Since she left Congress, she has written two novels and several works of non-fiction. Today’s topic: her digital book, “Target Sitting,” the inside story of life on Capitol Hill during the 9-11 and Anthrax attacks there, and all the days and traumas that followed.
Minutes before the plane hit the Pentagon on the morning of September 11, 2001, Cathy and her Congressman walked to the Capitol for a press conference titled: Is America Prepared for future Military Threats?
Target Sitting Cathy Travis
Kindle Digital Publishing (2011)
Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (7/11)
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In this episode Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli talk about the success of "Straight Outta Compton" as well as Peter Bogdanovich's new film "She's Funny That Way." They also talk about which knighted actors you should and shouldn't address as "sir" and other useful hints for talking to celebrities, as well as the burning question "Why doesn't Tom Cruise have a romantic interest for his characters? Also, Neil and Bill Bregoli reveal which film people are nice enough to send "thank you" notes.
In this episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies hosts Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli are joined by guest Mike Sargent as they talk about the new and final Star Wars-The Force Awakens trailer. Why is there a controversy? How much money will the movie make? Then the guys talk about Spielberg's "Bridge of Spies" and the new Carey Mulligan movie "Suffragette." They also talk about movies on demand such as "Meadowland," "Trash" and the new documentary about "Back to the Future" called "Back in Time." Oh and Bill McCuddy says something he says may be politically incorrect but he says it anyway.
In tribute to those lost and to those who became heroes on September 11. 2001
What it was like on 9/11, aftermath, why New York prevails, emotional stories, how a member of a Search and Rescue/Recover team prepares, what they do, what they feel, and why it matters that these heroes work so hard. A walk on the serious, heart-breaking side of live braodcasting on the memorial date of catastrophe.
Charie D. LaMarr (writer from NY) LINK
Edward P Cardillo (writer from NY) LINK
Jeremy Dick (Search and Rescue/Recover) LINK
With your hosts: Essel Scott Pratt, Doc Ferrell, and catt dahman
This episode of Sitting Around Talking Movies was recorded live at the 23rd Annual Hamptons International Film Festival where Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli talk about the new films "Truth" and "Bridge of Spies" and we hear what Robert Redford, Cate Blanchett, Stephen Spielberg and Tom Hanks have to say about them. Then we're joined live by Marc Levin who talks about his new documentary being shown at the festival called "Class Divide." He's followed by up and coming actor Thomas Mann and his co-star Lucy Fry. They talk about their new indie feature "The Preppie Connection" and the challenge of trying to move beyond high school roles. Also, Lucy fry teaches us how to pronounce "Brisbane."
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