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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.
What do we do to keep them safe, the children, from a world out there, that can be loving and nurturing one moment, and devastatingly cruel the next. The films we've chosen for this episode of A Reel Point Of View capture what measures can be taken in extreme circumstances, where one child's life is worth another person risking their own life to insure that child's safety. We invite you to embark on this new journey with us, as we discuss the movies: Man On Fire (with Denzel Washington); Leon, The Professional (with Jean Reno), Safe (Jason Statham), and Witness (with Harrison Ford). One man's need to protect one child's future. Would any of us do the same?
Here are the links and times to the broadcast:
[11:00 PM until 11:30 PM EST]
[11:30 PM until 12:00 AM-ish EST]
Look at all the wonderful movies out there just waiting to be watched! Seems these days, many of the highly coveted films are those derived from comic books. The most popular are those being delivered by superhero comic book giants like Marvel (The Avengers) and DC (Batman). What you may not know is that there are many graphic novels that have been made into movies, who's characters don't have super human strength, nor do they have the physical ability to fly. In this weeks conversation, my co-host, Internet movie critic Larry Domkowski of Must See Movie, and I, Greg Morgan, the Reel Movie Guy, will do our best to stay away from superheroes and gravitate more toward the heroes from other graphic novels that were made into movies.
Our show will be broadcast live on Blog Talk Radio and from 11:00 pm until 11:30 pm EDT, then continuing our conversation on Google Hangouts On Air from 11:30 pm-ish until 12:00 am-ish EDT...
Welcome to The History of Jet Skis! Where we will share with special guests the memories, races, rescues, industry, triumphs and rides with us as we build your Jetski community to preserve the heritage and legacy for future generations to enjoy. We are constantly added new content, so visit often! We appreciate your participation, together we can chronicle the data from the early years of the sport and industry, so the present generation knows where we came from.
Guest presenter: Larry 'The Ripper' Rippenkroeger
Larry is an icon not only in our Jet Ski community, but is an incredible stunt double who has an illustrious career in film, and television. He is a stunt double for Bruce Willis and has worked in over 75 film and televsion stunts.
Host: Shawn Alladio
Which Generation are you?
1. First Generation-1973-1979
2. Second Generation 1980-1989
3. Third Generation 1990-1999
4. Fourth Generation 2000-2009
5. Fifth Generation 2010+
The History of Jet Skis is a part of our Kanalu K38 - WAKE OF FAME Awards
Besides the summer the holidays do bring us the best in new movies. And I just realized there's more this season than just the new Star Wars :) Creed is another one on my list of must see movies. So tonight we're going to talk about what's coming up moviewise in the next few weeks. Best break from the shopping and the family.... 2 hours with a bucket of popcorn and some great film making. Can't wait for Star Wars? Or you need to hear about everything else that's out there? Join me tonight for the holiday movie preview.
Award-winning singer/songwriter turned movie producer Matt Zarley joins us to talk on the journey of his acclaimed musical short film, "hopefulROMANTIC."
The film stars Zarley, Jolie Jenkins, Chuck Seculla, and TV icon/LGBT activist George Takei.
Accepted into over two dozen film festivals, the film is part music video, part Broadway musical and part romantic movie - in fact, it's all of those things and more.
Zarley discusses the inspiration for the project, as well as the evolution of the film. Plus, he shares several songs from the movie soundtrack.
A DECEIT that runs DEEP is going on in order to keep the MINDS of the PEEPLE ASLEEP and OBEYING all of these WORLD GOVERNMENTS. And this program Discusses and De-Codes how THIS IS constantly DONE thru mediums such as MOVIES, MUSIC, NEWS, SOCIAL MEDIA and The INTERNET in general. We DE-CODE this MADNESS of POP CULTURE for Its TRUE meaning and apply that meaning to our World-At-Large to uncover Conspiracies as well as to De-Bunk Conspiracies while minimizing Fear Mongering.
A Nigga Church Crystal Ball Production
Did you miss last year's special on “SEXTING: America's Dirty Little Secret", where we discussed cell phone 'home movies', naked pics, seductive forms of flirting and the effect it has on dating and relationships? If so, tune into “The BEST Dedan Tolbert Show” TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “Real Radio that Matters”.
KB AND THE REVOLUTIONARY RYDERS come to you live from the front lines of black America to enlighten and inform. The blackman has always been the butt of Hollywoods joke. From D.W. Griffiths Birth of a nation to the modern day practice of casting white men in movies about egypt, Hollywood has been one of the most racist institutions in this country. Black actors are marginalized and áre very seldom chosen for lead roles, as a matter of fact most black actors are relegated to side roles if any at all. Despite thses facts, some black actors make it by selling their soul to the devil. These brothers and sisters then become pawns who can never speak to any social issues or stand with the people be cause they fear losing status. Why has Hollywood portayed our people as mongrels, savages, buffons and idiots? The black woman is also a victim of negative portrayals and stereotyping. When will we wake up and shut this industry down?
Tune in tonight at 7:30 Pm cst