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on the world finest we are going be talking about ones of the greatest films of all time the terminator and the others that came along. james cameron was on to something when he made the first 2 films. but i believe it went down hill after part 3 and then came crappy 4th one with bale then we got other one coming and he back. but i wondering how there doing do this one because to me after the way the second one ended they should ended it there. but now we got the games and the tv show that fox air where it left off where the second one ended and lead it into the third one. to me best villian was the t-1000 the way he made his hand into a knife. and fight between him and the terminator was awesome. but call in and tell us what u thought about them. and the up coming one and what your thoughts about it.
Coming to redeem the franchise, Terminator: Genisys is here! Join Ronnie, Adam and Tzley as they take a look and discuss the newest installment of the Terminator saga. Then, Jesse Starcher joins us to talk his favorite movie subject...time travel. We serve up our favorite time travel movies as well!
This is the orignal show aired on July 1, 2015 with the Creator and Writer of the Matrix Sophia Stewart.
Sophia Stewart – The Real Creator of The Matrix & The Terminator--The Billion Dollar Matrix Lawsuit--Child prodigy, prolific writer, poet and creative genius are just a few of the terms used to describe Sophia Stewart. Stewart received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism with minors in law and psychology from City University of New York. While attending the university, she studied under the guidance of many celebrated authors and writers such as • Max Segal, a former journalist of the New York Times • Emile Capouya, publisher, editor, essayist, and critic • Paul Cherry, a playwright for Broadway. She has also served as an intern for television at the Public Broadcasting Station WNET Thirteen, where she worked with Oscar winning film documentary producer, Perry Miller Adato. Her graduating class was honored with a special letter/citation from President Jimmy Carter. Stewart moved to Los Angeles to pursue a writing career and to attend film school at the University of Southern California. Through her association with R&B singer Janet Jackson, she obtained entry into the entertainment business, initially working on television projects and eventually landing at Columbia Pictures in the office of then Vice President, Dick Berres. Soon after arriving in L.A., Ms. Stewart wrote a science fiction novel called The Third Eye. The book, she says, is a science fiction version of the ‘second coming’ which she was inspired to write after seeing Star Wars. “What I wrote was the evolution of consciousness, the second coming of Christ — man vs. the machine.”
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Today on Episode 61 of the Cinema Geeks …..we discuss what’s next for Jason Statham, we talk about the new titles for the next Star Trek and the Next Guardians of the Galaxy films, we talk about the best and worst from this week’s trailers, we give you an in depth review of Terminator: Genisys, ...
Release date: July 1, 2015
(3D/2D theaters and IMAX 3D)
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Director: Alan Taylor
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and gunplay throughout, partial nudity and brief strong language)
Screenwriters: Patrick Lussier, Laeta Kalorgridis
Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Jai Courtney, Matt Smith, Emilia Clarke, Byung-hun Lee, J.K. Simmons, Sandrine Holt, Dayo Okeniyi, Michael Gladis
Genre: Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi, Adventure
Official website: Terminatormovie.com
When John Connor (Jason Clarke), leader of the human resistance, sends Sgt. Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to protect Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) and safeguard the future, an unexpected turn of events creates a fractured timeline. Now, Sgt. Reese finds himself in a new and unfamiliar version of the past, where he is faced with unlikely allies, including the Guardian (Arnold Schwarzenegger), dangerous new enemies, and an unexpected new mission: To reset the future
HOSTED BY MS.ZEE & LADY GEMNEYE
Join us as we speak with the author of 2 amazing scripts THE MATRIX & THE TERMINATOR'S SOPHIA STEWART.
For 10 years, the story of Sophia Stewart winning a court case for basing "The Matrix" off of her copyrighted screen treatment has continuously cropped up on the web, but court documents show the story is little more than a viral legend. Tonight we will hear about it all.
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If you’re not familiar with Ms. Stewart, she is the author of “The 3rd Eye”, the original source material and basis for the Matrix and Terminator franchises. Ms. Stewart has registered her work with the US Patent and Trademark office, and they validate she is the sole, legal owner of all IP, trademarks, copyrights, movies, DVDs, merchandise, and all other derivative products and services connected to both franchises.
Her work was stolen by Warner Bros and Fox, and she was never compensated nor credited for her creative, protected expressions. Instead of compensating her, Warner Bros and Fox paid a team of attorneys to “represent” her, and they intentionally sabotaged her original copyright infringement case in California.
When she found out in 2007 that Jonathon Lubell, the lead attorney that was supposed to “represent” her had been disbarred and convicted of stealing money from a client, she initiated a lawsuit in Salt Lake City where she lived at the time.
Ms. Stewart has since waged a 7 year battle in the US District Court in Salt Lake City alleging fraud, negligence, civil rights violations, due process violations, and a host of other civil and criminal violations. The named defendants include Jonathon Lubell and 3 other attorneys. However, Warner Bros and Fox are ultimately liable, as they paid for the defendants to sabotage her case. In addition to paying off the defendants, Warner Bros and Fox paid off other law enforcement and regulatory agency personnel, US Patent and Trademark lawyers and examiners, court clerks, various other attorneys, and other co-conspirators, through a multi-million dollar slush fund.
Special Guest: Michael Dawson started his passion in Martial Arts at age 6 and is is the founder and Chief Instructor of the Northern Shaolin/Praying Mantis Kung-Fu Association, with well over 35 years of experience in Chinese martial arts. Michael's involvement in kung-fu eventually led him to working as a professional stunt performer, stunt actor, fight coordinator, and martial art/fight trainer for film and television. He began his career stunt doubling actor David Carradine in his role as "Kwai Chang Caine" in T.V.'s KUNG FU: THE LEGEND CONTINUES, the "sequel-series" to the original KUNG FU series. Over the years, Michael has trained and worked with numerous actors, including David Carradine, Dwayne ("The Rock") Johnson (The Scorpion King), Jessica Lange (American Horror Story, Knife throwing scenes), Michael Clark Duncan, Kelly Hu, Melissa George, Kurt Russell, Robert Carradine, Peter Facinelli, Colm Feore, John Schneider, Robert Vaughn, Patrick Macnee, Bo Svenson, Mako, Soon Tek-Oh, Richard Norton, George Lazenby, Clu Gulager, Clint Walker, Doug McClure, James Drury, Michael Bowen, Steven Brand, Chris Potter, Peter Jason, Calista Carradine, and Olympic gold and silver medalist Sherri Howard, among others.
Recently T.V. shows: Salem, NCIS: New Orleans and American Horror Story: Freak Show.
Currently working on The Magnificent Seven remake with Denzel Washington Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and Vincent D'onofrio (I believe that's due out in Jan. 2017)
Terminator: Genisys (due out July 1st)
Extraction, with Bruce Willis & Kellan Lutz (due out next year)
The Girl Next Door: Alexis Texas is of German, Norwegian and Puerto Rican descent.
In Studio Tonight: Tony Bruno, Miss Robin, Luigi Curto, Joe Corrado
Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch
Alessio Cavatore managing director of the company he co-founded, River Horse, in order to publish games of his own making. The first one is Shuuro, soon followed by Turanga, Loka, The Tarot of Loka and the latest 'Terminator Genisys – the miniatures game'. River Horse also provides game design, layout, graphic design and crowdfunding services for wargames companies, like Mantic (Kings of War) and Warlord Games (Bolt Action)
Anne Browning Master Certified Trainer and Coach grows people. Prior to becoming a coach Anne was a counselor and has been working in the human growth field for over 25 years. She was one of the first staff hired to train coaches for the best selling and now deceased Debbie Ford. Anne trains individuals, couples and businesses in specific brain techniques to assure lasting change and continued growth. She is a believer in and a student of Positive Psychology and has used that model for almost two decades
Aaron Peterson owns and operates a Personal Development/High Performance training company called Achieve Today. Achieve Today was recently recognized in September 2014 by Deseret News as the 2nd best company to work for in all of Utah. Aaron has believed always believed in Personal Development and High Performance, and his passion for helping people has only grown