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As a bestselling author, speaker and one of the greatest interviewers of this generation, Cal Fussman has sat down with some of the world’s most influential individuals: Muhammad Ali, Mikhail Gorbachev, Serena Williams, Jeff Bezos, Jack Welch, John Wooden, Al Pacino and hundreds of others, digging deep into their hearts and delivering their wisdom to the rest of the world. Now, in Big Questions, Cal continues his journey. Uncovering the heart, head, and soul of his guests in thoughtful, deep ...
 
Overwhelmed by choice in the Peak TV era? Join hosts and IRL friends Tolani Shoneye (of 'The Receipts' podcast fame) and Gena-mour Barrett (who works for Netflix) as they discuss what they're watching, and what they think * you * should be watching too. Each week they'll be accompanied by a guest from the world of Netflix, who'll share a recommendation of their own. From brand new shows to overlooked gems, 10/10 Would Recommend is a freewheeling, unfiltered review show that will help you spe ...
 
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Maltin on Movies

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Maltin on Movies

Leonard Maltin & Jessie Maltin

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Legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie are the ultimate movie fans. They love talking about movies, especially with people who share their enthusiasm—from living legends like Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, and Quincy Jones to such contemporary artists as Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Laura Dern, and Bryan Cranston. You’ll meet all kinds of interesting people and hear their recommendations of unsung movies you ought to know.
 
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The Backlot

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The Backlot

New York Film Academy

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The entertainment industry influencers sit down with the New York Film Academy to discuss the world of filmmaking to share their experience and knowledge. Hear from legends of the industry like Al Pacino, Bryan Cranston, Aubrey Plaza, Seth Rogen and many more.
 
It’s 1945. Hitler is defeated. America is looking to outsmart a new enemy, the Soviet Union. To advance in rocketry, aviation, and chemical weapons, America recruits scientists and engineers who fueled the war machine of another nation...Nazi Germany. Inspired by the true story behind the Emmy-eligible drama series "Hunters" from Amazon Studios, starring Al Pacino and Logan Lerman, PAPERCLIP explores how Operation Paperclip – the recruitment of Nazi Germany’s most brilliant and, in many case ...
 
Go behind the scenes of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman with this official companion podcast from Netflix. Hosted by comedian and The Irishman co-star Sebastian Maniscalco (“Crazy Joe” Gallo), this three-part series features interviews with cast and crew, including Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. Hear the story of Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran from the man he chose to tell it—and how Scorsese and De Niro fought for years to bring that story to the screen. Plus, learn ...
 
Fusion Project ReLoaded is a podcast where anything and everything goes, great guests are featured, (like celebrities Tom Hanks, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Al Pacino, Nicolas Cage, and or course Sly Stallone) and many topics are showcased. We aim to "fuse" the unconventional and the scientific together, discussing many topics in search of knowledge and truth. Our topics range from Religion to the Paranormal, to current events, politics, and everything in-between. Our goal is to find the tr ...
 
Stu Feiner is considered the innovator of the sports service industry since 1982, and since then has gone on to pioneer the industry by: creating the first nationwide tv commercial ever accepted by ESPN in 1984 spending $45,000 during the NBA playoffs; creating a sports section in the newspaper USA Today in 1985 that he ran half and full page ads and spent 3 million a year for; Being the first to ever use 900#s to sell sports information in 1988 and generating over 50 million dollars; Openin ...
 
Book Vs. Movie is the podcast that asks the questions "Which was better...the book or the movie?" Spoiler Alert! We give away the main details, uncover the plot points, discuss casting choices and shower with praise (or pummel with snark) as we see fit. Hosts are Margo P. (She's Nacho Mama's Blog) and Margo D. (Creator of Brooklyn Fit Chick.com) and we are not afraid to tell it like it is!
 
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John Ross Bowie is a comedic actor you know from such TV shows as The Big Bang Theory and Speechless (not to mention the newly-hatched Feel Good and Generations). His pet project is a new podcast dedicated to character actors called Household Faces. Leonard and Jessie share his interest in these unsung heroes of films and television… and apparently…
 
This week’s homework is to watch You season 3, we’re discussing new Jake Gyllenhaal film The Guilty - THERE WILL BE SPOILERS - and finally, for International Chefs Day, we're recommending shows and films showing cooking and chefs. Shows & films mentioned in this episode include: You The Guilty Always Be My Maybe Nailed It Maid Each week, join hosts…
 
Book Vs. Movie: Invasion of the Body The 1955 Novel by Jack Finney Vs the 1956 Classic Film Our “Spooky Movies in October” continues with Invasion of the Body Snatchers, a novel by Jack Finney, and the movie starring Kevin McCarthy (who also made a cameo in the 1978 remake!) The story of aliens invading earth and creating “pod people” to take over …
 
For years, Cal wanted to have a conversation with the greatest wrestler who ever lived. Dan Gable went undefeated in high school, won two national championships at Iowa State University and took a gold medal at the 1972 Olympics by beating six opponents with three pins and shutting his other opponents out by a combined score of 26-0. His dominance …
 
Book Vs. Movie: The Invisible Man The 1897 Novel by H.G. Wells Vs the 2020 Elisabeth Moss Adaptation The Margos love the spookiness of October and this episode is dedicated to the classic H.G. Wells The Invisible Man which was first published in 1897 as a serialized story. The tale of a mysterious man who shows up at an inn in an English village an…
 
This week’s homework is to watch new Jake Gyllenhaal film The Guilty, we’re discussing Britney Vs Spears - THERE WILL BE SPOILERS - and finally, for World Metal Health Day, we're recommending shows and films with depictions of mental health and comfort classics. The shows mentioned in this episode include: The Guilty Britney Vs Spears Crazy Ex Girl…
 
We saw your tweets, laughed at the memes, and heard everything you’ve been saying...so here we are, jumping into your feeds with a midweek bonus episode discussing the one and only global sensation Squid Game. Gena’s finished it and Tolani’s on episode 5 and we promise not to give away any major spoilers. Each week, join hosts and IRL friends, Tola…
 
After putting on a bunch of weight during COVID, Cal says enough is enough. Just as he does, he hears about a book that promises to bring back his six pack. The last time Cal saw that six pack was thirty years ago. But authors and personal trainers Stephen Compolo and Peter Tzemis guarantee Cal that if he follows the formula he can see that six pac…
 
Having organized a series of film festivals, rescued little known movies from oblivion, and written eloquent odes to many a forgotten picture, Eddie Muller has earned the soubriquet “the czar of noir.” He now reaches a wider audience than ever on Turner Classic Movies’ Noir Alley and has recently published an expanded edition of his milestone book …
 
This week your homework is to watch the new documentary Britney vs Spears which premiered earlier this week (September 28), we’re diving into the fascinating Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan - SPOILERS - and finally in celebration of Black History Month in the UK we will be recommending a shows with Strong Black Leads. The shows ment…
 
Book Vs. Movie: The Parent Trap The 1949 Novel by Erich Kastner Vs the 1961 Disney Classic Film The Margos are twinning this week talking about Lottie/Lisa & Sharon/Susan--the lead characters from the Erich Kastner german novel Das Doppelte Lottchen. The author’s life is fascinating and we discuss it in this episode. A pacifist who fought for Germa…
 
Cal comes across the mindset of overcoming adversity when he talks with a 19-year-old who has a fatal disease called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Elijah avoided an operation that would have straightened his curved spine with a metal rod by straightening it himself through exercise and diet. Now, with the possibilities of gene editing, he’s got his …
 
The world-class filmmaker with the distinctive voice is our esteemed guest today. He’s not intimidating—quite the opposite—as he describes his early life, what drew him to filmmaking, and how he teaches students by throwing them in the deep end of the pool, so to speak. His passion is undiminished after more than fifty years of memorable, provocati…
 
This week’s homework is to watch Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan, we’re breaking down the fantastic Season 3 of Sex Education - THERE WILL BE SPOILERS - and finally, in celebration of International Podcast Day we will be recommending a show that began life as a podcast. The shows mentioned in this episode include: Monsters Inside: T…
 
Cal raced home from the hospital for a brief time while he was caring for his 90-year-old dad to have this conversation with the actor and author Matthew McConaughey, and he’s sure glad he did. The two talked about their dads, and Matthew passed along a gift that Cal found very helpful after his dad passed away. Cal will always be grateful for this…
 
Book Vs. Movie: In a Lonely Place The 1947 Novel Vs the 1950 Humphrey Bogart The Margos go back to Bogie and film noir with In a Lonely Place which was written by Dorothy B. Hughes in 1947 which tells the story of a homicidal maniac on the loose in post-War II Los Angeles. Dix Steele was an airman who prowls around LA and its environs in search of …
 
We’re back with a brand-new season of 10/10 Would Recommend and we’re introducing an updated format! Think of it as a Netflix TV & Film Club and we’re all a part of it. From now on, each show will be split into three sections: Recommendation - what we’ll be watching for the following episode Recap - a review of the previous week’s recommendation Ro…
 
If you’re a baby boomer, you know all about Hayley Mills, the charming young actress who became an overnight star in Pollyanna and The Parent Trap under the tutelage of Walt Disney. Her new autobiography, Forever Young, will hold surprises even for the most devout fan, as Hayley was given access to her files in the Walt Disney Archives, where she m…
 
Cal asks the retired general of the U.S. Army why the U.S. can’t seem to plan ahead in the aftermath of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan after 20 years and trillions of dollars of U.S. assistance. This conversation has so many sound bites it would be a treasure trove for any news outlet. But Cal instead finds inspiration and motivation in the ge…
 
Book Vs. Movie: AI: Artificial Intelligence Brian Aldiss’s Supertoys Last All Summer Long Vs. the 2001 Steven Spielberg Film Twenty years ago, Steven Spielberg released a longtime project with his friend Stanley Kubrick--AI: Artificial Intelligence. Kubrick bought the rights to the 1969 short story from author Brian Aldiss (which appeared as Supert…
 
Cal talks with a primary care physician we all wished we could have, a man whose life was changed by a singular moment very early in his career. It’s led him on a path to continually think about reinventing himself and his profession. Now, the chairman and founder of Private Medical, he wonders if we should reshape the very foundation of the way he…
 
Billy Bob Thornton is in a class by himself. If you haven’t seen his Amazon series Goliath, just about to launch its fourth and final season, you’re missing a great acting showcase…a perfect follow-up to his unforgettable turn on the first season of Fargo. Leonard and Jessie are longtime fans and delight in talking to him about finding his place in…
 
Book Vs Movie: “A Face in the Crowd” The Budd Schulberg Short Story Vs the Elia Kazan Classic Film Every once in a while we come across a story that was created decades ago and has themes that transcend time. This is the case with 1957’s A Face in the Crowd which talks about class distinctions in America, the power of the media, what it takes to re…
 
Cal talks with the author of Preventable: The Inside Story Of How Leadership Failures, Politics, And Selfishness Doomed The U.S. Coronavirus Response. Slavitt was the guy who came to the rescue of the Affordable Care Act when it got off to a rocky start in the Obama administration. Cal asks him to look ahead to show us how we can prevent the wrong …
 
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