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This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, and we're going to the movies again. Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron has already proven itself to be one of the biggest films of the year. The film has already earned $1.2 billion globally. But popularity doesn't necessarily mean the film has been universally praised. The movie has come under fire for its portrayal of women, the absence of women in tie-in products, and for other issues with the story itself. Joining us for the conversation is Sarah Jaffe.
Sarah Jaffe is a reporting fellow at the Nation Institute and a giant nerd who once upon a time wrote about comics more than she wrote about politics, believe it or not, and she has lots of feelings about superhero movies AND their politics. Follow her on Twitter https://twitter.com/sarahljaffe
So listen in, and join us in the conversation. Call in with your thoughts, or Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.
That's right there was a sequel Grease 2. A musical starring none other than Michelle Pfeiffer. Before she got slinky on the piano in the Fabulous Baker Boys she was singing about her dream man.. A Cool Rider to Maxwell Caulfield's Michael. Some familiar faces from the original like Didi Conn as Frenchy, Eve Arden as the Principal and Sid Ceasar as the coach return along with some names you'll recognize like Adrian Zmed as the leader of the T-Birds. Swapping cars for motorcycles the sequel switched roles as the newcomer is Sandy's cousin Michael from England as the outsider trying to win the heart of Michelle Pfeiffer's Stephanie, the head of the Pink Ladies. Tonight's show is all about this lesser known and totally cool sequel.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes Scott McEwen, co-author of "American Sniper" and "The Sniper & The Wolf", for a LIVE discussion about his Elite Sniper series. Call with your questions and comments to 347-633-9609. Scott McEwen (1961- ) is a trial attorney in San Diego, California. He grew up in the mountains of Eastern Oregon where he became an Eagle Scout; hiking, fishing, and hunting at every opportunity presented. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Oregon and thereafter studied and worked extensively in London, England. Scott works with and provides support for several military charitable organizations, including the Seal Team Foundation. Scott’s interest in military history, intense patriotism, and experience with long-range hunting rifles, compelled him to accurately record the battlefield experiences of Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in United States military history. For more, visit Scott's website at http://scottmcewen.com/.
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Tonight, we discuss the new releases, movies, dvds, and games. Netflix Movie reviews: Marathon Man, Rich Hill, Houdini (Mini Series), Jen Kirkman's I'm gonna die alone (and I feel fine). Ethan's choice "The Town" was thrown out due to it not being availble on Netflix. Finally, WWE, NXT, and TNA wrestling week in review
In the "David Wright has gone to live with a nice family at a farm upstate" edition, things are looking a little blue at AA Audio HQ. We soldier on though, and Bryan, Steve, and Jeffrey have some thoughts on a Wrightless future, a six-man rotation, and Terry Collins' job security. Then we answer your e-mails and Jeffrey and Steve get sucked down multiple pro wrestling alleyways. We do find time to discuss Kevin Plawecki's struggles, debate how good Jose Bautista is at baseball, and pour one out for Cesar Puello, wherever he is.
Today guest Mary Martin, has an amazing story, as a child, Mary dreamed of becoming a humanitarian and her love and passion for people never changed. Born to parents who could not care for her, Mary was raised by her fathers' niece in Dallas, TX. Mary graduated high school and went on to receive her two year degree and later went on to earning her BA in Speech Communication and later on earning two Masters' in Business. In 2011, Mary developed a desire for writing when she realized she wanted to encourage women to live their life on purpose and instill hope to the brokenhearted. Mary is working steadily toward her purpose and will be working toward her certification on becoming a life coach with a focus on living life on purpose. Mary is the proud wife of an army veteran and has one adult son. She enjoys learning Gods word, reading personal development, movies, family and friend time. Mary currently lives outside of the Dallas area with her family.
She will share with us how she is now SHINING bright in her own life and on the book shelves.
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Jack Thomas Smith made his feature film-directing debut with the psychological thriller “Disorder.” He was also the writer and producer of that film. “Disorder” was released on DVD by Universal/Vivendi and New Light Entertainment. It was released on Pay-Per-View and Video-On-Demand by Warner Brothers. Overseas, it screened at the Cannes Film Festival and the Raindance Film Festival in London. Curb Entertainment represented “Disorder” for foreign sales and secured distribution deals around the world.
Born in 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Smith lived there until he was eight when his family relocated to a quiet island community in Michigan, which would later serve as the inspiration for his upcoming film “In the Dark.” He began to write at a very young age after reading the Stephen King novels “Salem’s Lot” and “The Shining.” By the time he was eleven, he had written a 300-page novel and a number of short stories.
Smith’s family moved to Sparta, New Jersey when he was a teenager. It was there in that middle-class town that he discovered the films of George A. Romero, Stanley Kubrick, Brian DePalma, and John Carpenter. Inspired to make movies, he wrote and directed a handful of short films that were shot on Super 8mm and starred his brother and friends in all of the roles.
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