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Tonight on East Meets West Sports Broadcast's Super Bowl Special, your hosts Dom Moff and Frankie Puma share their picks for the big show, discuss the lines and give you in-depth analysis of the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots as they battle for the championship!
How many fines is Marshawn Lynch going to absorb, are Tom Brady's flu symptoms going to effect his game on Sunday, will Brandon Browner continue to make physical threats against Richard Sherman?
All these topics and more will be discussed with your two favorite goodfellas!
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Oh, thats right! It's JOE PESCI WEEK!!!
We love Pesci. From Vinny, to Goodfellas, to Casino and even into Home Alone 1 and 2! He's such an amazing actor.
So, with drinks in hand we will Expose two of his movies, starting with My Cousin Vinny! This is one of Crazy Bill's favorite comedies. It's an untimely classic from the 90s! Marisa Tomei won an Oscar for best supporting actress in her role as Mona Lisa Vito.
Then? Oh yeah! Goodfellas! Pesci, Liotta, DeNiro, Sorvino... what a GREAT mob movie that Scorsese gave us! While, it's not a lead Pesci role, it is centered around the three guys. But it's hands down one of our FAVORITE ganster/mob/mafia movies.
Of course, we will do some ups and dumps for things coming to theaters and/or DVD. We will touch on some TMZ.com headlines and tear into today's "Celebrities" and, we are still waiting for someone with the courage to try and take on Crazy Bill in Movie Madness Trivia...
C'mon, surely the 7 BILLION people in the world have at least ONE brave soul to call in for this!!!
ESPN's critically acclaimed "30 for 30" series premieres this Tuesday with Playing for the Mob. The story details the Boston College point shaving scandal of 1978-1979, its players, characters, and how the mob bought college basketball.
In 1978, Henry Hill, a noted gangster from the Lucchese crime family in New York City, teamed up with Rocco and Tony Perla from Pittsburgh to buy Boston College basketball. Hill, the protagonist from the movie Goodfellas who passed away last year, the Perlas, and BC basketball player Rick Kuhn spearheaded an effort for the Eagles to fix games by shaving points.
With teammates involved, Kuhn orchestrated point shaving games across nine games between December and February, 1978-1979. What started as a simple scheme became a story of high stake gambling, the Mafia, and Boston College. The scheme remained a secret until Hill turned informant in 1980.
We will spearhead a discussion of the story, its impact on college sports, and the prospect of match fixing as it continues today. We'll be joined by a panel of guests throughout the night, and we'll help get you ready for Boston College basketball season, the first under recently appointed head coach Jim Christian.
This is going to be one helluva show, and like so many before it, one you won't want to miss! So tune in and talk BC basketball and Goodfellas as we gear up for Tuesday's premiere of Playing for the Mob!
WHAT A SHOW WE HAVE TODAY! THE BOBBY LESSARD, LIVE, THE LAWMAN AND THE ONE TIME WIZE GUY VINNY DE VINGO WILL TALK ABOUT HIS FABULOUS MOTIVATIONAL BOOK "DOUBLE VISION". OF COURSE TODAYS NEWS AND HOROSCOPES - AND WE WILL SWITCH GEARS AT SOME POINT TO ANSWER THAT QUESTION ABOUT PEEING IN THE PRESENCE OF YOUR MATE - 18 YEARS AND LEE LEE PEES IN THE PRIVACY OF HER OWN BAITHROOM! IT'S ONLY RIGHT!?! I THINK SOME THINGS ARE SACRED AND PEEING IS ONE OF THEM!!! JOIN IN ON THE FUN AT 530 PM EASTERN TIME . CALL 646-716-4343
IT'S WEDNESDAY, 8/6/2014, YOU CAN TALK TO BOBBY LESSARD ABOUT HIS BOOK "DOUBLE VISION" OR TO MY CUZZIN VINNY ABOUT THE PEEING QUESTION - IS IT RIGHT OR WRONG ? ? ?
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(S5) Cinema Masterminds on GD's A Touch of Grace Presents...
Nationally Recognized Comedian,Impressionist,Actor,Recording Artist,
As seen on David Letterman, Showtime, Comedy Central, HBO, Soprano's and 16 motion pictures.
Pete DeLorenzo, star of stage and screen, is no stranger to the spotlight. Since his teenage years, Pete has strived to become the best he can be in all facets of show business. As a talented vocalist, Pete uses both oldies and original music to spice up his fabulous comic performances, which are the trademark of his career. Combining wit, sarcasm, and a taste of naughtiness, Pete brings down the house wherever he goes.
Pairing his terrific original comic material with close to 200 celebrity impressions such as Jerry Lewis, Rodney Dangerfield, Joe Pesci, Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Jack Nicholson, George Burns, Sammy Davis Jr., and Dean Martin just to name a few. Pete DeLorenzo is a comedian that is not to be missed.
Pete's talents do not stop when the microphone goes off, however Pete has appeared in many successful feature and independent films such as:
Vampire Vixens From Venus
Psycho Sisters, On the Brink of Madness
Howard Stern's Private Parts
In Search Of Mr. F.
Sopranos (3rd season)
Just to name a few.
Full Bio: http://www.petedelorenzo.com/
Nick Vallelonga, director,(PT 2) producer, writer, actor, developed 1st appeared in the wedding scenes of The Godfather at 12. He had roles in Family Business, Prizzi’s Honor, Goodfellas, and The Pope of Greenwich Village. Nick and writer/director Christopher Coppola teamed up on Deadfall starring Nicolas Cage, Michael Biehn, James Coburn, Charlie Sheen, Peter Fonda, Talia Shire. Nick wrote and directed A Brilliant Disguise starring Tony Denison, Lysette Anthony, and Corbin Bernsen, and Corporate Ladder starring Kathleen Kinmont, Tony Denison, Ben Cross, Jon Polito and Jennifer O'Neil. Nick wrote, produced, directed, acted in In the Kingdom of the Blind. staring William Petersen, Michael Biehn, Paul Winfield, Leo Rossi, Kristian Alfonso and Nick's dad, Tony Lip (The Sopranos). In 2005 Nick tested the limits of low-budget HD cinema with Disturbance" (aka Choker) starring himself, Paul Sloan, Colleen Porch, Hayley DuMond and Tony Denison. He produced and directed, All In, starring Dominique Swain, Michael Madsen, Louis Gossett Jr., and James Russo. He produced Machine, with writer director Michael Lazar. It starred Michael Madsen, Neal McDonough, Paul Sloan, James Russo, Michael Lazar and Nick. Then he produced A Modern Twain Story: The Prince and the Pauper, starring Disney’s Cole and Dylan Sprouse, Vincent Spano, DeDee Pfeiffer, Sally Kellerman, Ed Lauter, and Nick. He produced and directed Stiletto, starring Tom Berenger, Michael Biehn, Stana Katic, Paul Sloan, William Forsythe, James Russo, Tom Sizemore, Diane Venora, Kelly Hu, Amanda Brooks, Tony Lip, Dominique Swain and D.B. Sweeney. In 2011, he directed Yellow Rock, starring Michael Biehn, James Russo, Lenore Andriel, Michael Spears and Eddie Spears. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
NEW YORK — More than 30 years after Vincent Asaro is believed to have gotten away with helping hatch a $6 million airport heist dramatized in the hit Martin Scorsese movie “Goodfellas,” prosecutors say the reputed mobster slipped up and complained to the wrong person that he’d been cheated by another gangster named James “Jimmy the Gent” Burke.
“We never got our right money, what we were supposed to get,” the 78-year-old Asaro told a cooperator wearing a wire in 2011, according to the court papers. “Jimmy Burke kept everything.”
Our Mystery guest who will talk about a very secret thing happening behind close doors in many family homes. "Marriage Rape.
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The King of DC Media welcomes his old pal (and innagural guest), acting coach and playwright extraordinaire, John Pallotta to the Inside Acting Radio show, to talk about the exciting classes he's got coming in 2014 and the craft of acting. The show will be during one of his classes, with students dialing in!
Live from The Underground, Elmola Redd Blesses the World with both New & Old joints from West Coast Vets like E-40, Yukmouth, Messy Marv, Snoop Dogg & Dru Down; along with Some Classic Sothern Hits from underground artists like Tex-T, C-Note, Icey Wright, Ceo ThaBoss, Tri Snubnoe, Laydee Savage, Pooca leroy, Crime Boss & Si Notes Da Goddess!
Elmola Redd introduces his brand of Funk with artists and producers ranging from Quint Black and Kol Az Ize to WMRM Prez. Squeak Macc Obama and Mr. Mike. With interviews and insightful tips from industry insiders and Black Business Owners.
It’s the 2013 year-end edition of Scottscope Talk Radio! This week, we’ll be reviewing Martin Scorcese’s latest foray into the world of crime (White-Collar crime, that is), The Wolf of Wall Street! Does it deserve to be mentioned among Scorcese’s best? Can it be considered a not so distant cousin to Goodfellas? Is this Scorcese’s first true comedy since After Hours? Is it a celebration of corruption on Wall Street, or a condemnation of it? Does looking at the film through such a narrow scope do it justice? Is Scorcese’s partnership with Leonardo DiCaprio proving to be just as fruitful as the one between Scorcese and De Niro? Is the latter overly romanticized?
We’ll also be taking a look back on the year that was 2013. What were some of the best movies? What were some of the best rap albums? Did Drake finally prove his naysayers wrong? Are moviegoers finally getting tired of big summer blockbusters, particularly superhero films? Is New York’s irrelevance to mainstream Hip-Hop a good thing? Has the internet, coupled with portable media devices, completely destroyed the entertainment industry as it existed in decades prior? Is that a good thing for consumers? Does the breakdown of “the machine” guarantee better movies and music? What can we expect in 2014?