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Leeann Tweeden and Dana Commandatore talk about whatever they want with whomever they want in this weekly 1-hour conversation between two friends.
This week, the Tomboys talk to one of their dear friends--the talented, beautiful, artistic, glam entrepreneur--Tarina Tarantino. They cover everything from her new book to lip gloss.
In this episode, Stiletto shares her thoughts on what she has learned from Quentin Tarantino movies and other action/gore movies and music.
Stiletto is a huge fan of psycological thrillers and she has an opinion about turning the gore into a learning experience, sharing why she finds them so appealing. She's still afraid of clowns but she can handle just about everything else. She's weird.
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Best known for his role in the 1976 cult classic "Breaking Point," Bo Svenson is now utilizing his talents on the other side of the camera as the director of "Don't Call Me Sir!" a biopic of the life and career of groundbreaking judo legend Rusty Kanokogi, starring the 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist in Judo Kayla Harrison and we would love to set up an interview with you to discuss this inspiring film!
Born in Sweden, Svenson's acting career began after moving stateside and joining the USMC. Honorably discharged after six years of service, he soon secured the role of lumberjack 'Olaf Gustaven' in the hit TV series "Here Come the Brides," and cult classic hit "The Inglourious Basterds."
Film roles include his role as 'Reverend Harmony' in Quentin Tarantino's action-thriller "Kill Bill Vol. II", as well as a cameo in Tarantino's 2009 film "Inglourious Basterds" as a tribute to his previous role. In addition, he has appeared in nearly 60 films during his long career, including two of the "Walking Tall" films as Sheriff Buford Pusser; North Dallas Forty, Heartbreak Ridge, Speed 2: Cruise Control, and others.
Besides his acting and directing work, Svenson is an avid martial artist, holding black belts in judo, karate, and aikido. During his martial arts career, he won the 1961 U.S. Armed Forces Far East Judo Championship's Heavyweight division. His involvement in martial arts has earned him a spot in the Martial Arts Masters Hall of Fame, an honor bestowed upon him in 2009.
NORTH KOREAN LEADER KIM JONG UN IS MISSING. COULD IT BE HIS CHEESE ADDICTION?
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Edie Weinstein and Gabriel Constans, Ideals of love, loss and transformation
Join Edie Weinstein as she speaks with prolific author, hospice chaplain, grief and trauma counselor Gabriel Constans. Gabriel will share his thoughts on the relationship between love and the losses we face and how we can heal through them.
His latest works of fiction are The Last Conception and Zen Master Tova Tarantino Toshiba: The Illustrious and Delusional Abbess of Satire. His previous novel, Buddha’s Wife, is being written for the screen, as is The Last Conception. His non-fiction includes Don’t Just Sit There, Do Something! Grief’s Wake Up Call; Beyond One’s Own: Healing Humanity in the Wake of Personal Tragedy; andGood Grief: Love, Loss & Laughter. His doctorate is in Death Education.
Edie Weinstein is a colorfully creative journalist, dynamic transformational speaker, interfaith minister, licensed social worker and the author of The Bliss Mistress Guide To Transforming The Ordinary Into The Extraordinary. www.liveinjoy.org
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews The Equalizer! Is it faithful to the 80’s television series on which it’s based? Does it have to be? Is it among Denzel Washington’s best action films? Is it merely another violent thriller in the vein of Taken? Does it bear a striking resemblance to another Denzel Washington thriller, Man on Fire? Are the similarities between the two films merely superficial? Is Antione Fuqua one of today’s more competent action directors?
We’ll also be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Quentin Tarantino’s breakthrough film, Pulp Fiction! Is it still the post-modern classic that we all remember? Did it single handedly bring independent cinema to the forefront? Could it possibly be the single most overrated film in the Tarantino cannon? Did it begin a modern day renaissance of crime cinema? Was it the single most original film of its era? Did it revitalize American cinema? Can its influence still be felt today? Just how much did Roger Avery contribute to the Oscar-winning screenplay? Does it contain Samuel L. Jackson’s single best performance?
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Notorious B.I.G’s classic debut album Ready to Die. Is it truly a timeless classic? Has it become hopelessly dated? Can B.I.G truly be called one of the greatest of all time with only two studio albums to his credit? Was he simply the beneficiary of east coast bias? Did he steal Tupac’s style, or was Pac simply one of his many influences? Was the official version of the album better than the early version? Can Rick Ross still be considered the heir apparent to the B.I.G throne?
We’ll also be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Oliver Stone’s controversial masterpiece, Natural Born Killers! Is it still as shocking as it was 20 years ago? Does the film’s basic premise still resonate? Is it truly an indictment of American News media and popular culture, or is it merely a celebration of wretched excess? Is it in the same class as Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, Badlands, and Bonnie and Clyde? Is it the last truly great film that Oliver Stone did?
Whew! Last Week's Back To Back To School Episode Was Insane! Well, This Week, The Talking Terror Crew Is Looking To Talk About Anger Issues! More Specifically, Road Rage Issues! We'll Be Discussing Two Films That Base Themselves Around Vehicular Madness! First Up Is Stephen King's Directorial Debut, The Cult Classic, "Maximum Overdrive" (1986)! Starring Emilio Estevan, And Some Homicidal Vehicles And Machinery, We'll Dive Into This Wicked Fiasco! At Least There Will Be Some Good Tunes Through It! We'll Follow That Up With The Second Half Of The "Grindhouse" Series From a Few Years Back, Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof" (2007)! With A Fantastic, Villainous Performance From Kurt Russell, This Film Will Leave Skid Marks On Your Face, And In Your Pants! So, Grab The Wheel, Hold On Tight And Clench Your Cheeks! This Is Going To Be A Wild Ride! Stay Scared!!!
The Word Of Life Bible Church fellowship International, In Conjuction with the Mwamba World Outreach Presents The Couples and Singles Breakfast at the Embassy Suites Hotel here in Dallas, texas USA.
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