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In a lot of ways 1999 was the year that changed movies. From “The Matrix” and “The Blair Witch Project” to “American Beauty” and “The Sixth Sense”, the last year of the millennium was transformative for Hollywood. Through "Podcast Like It's 1999" writers Phillip Iscove (co-creator of FOX's Sleepy Hollow) and Kenny Neibart (Entourage, Hindsight) examine this apex of Cinema, before television took over, before Reality TV, before TMZ and Twitter but also after the internet, after Clinton, after ...
 
Sip'ly The Best is the bi-weekly podcast sampling every seltzer under the sun and then some. Tune in to each episode as five friends dive into a new brand of fizzy beverages, savor their flavors, rate them on a scale of koozies and decide once and for all which seltzer is Sip'ly The Best.
 
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This week we are joined by Ryan Marker of Screendrafts to talk about (In his opinion) one of the great, underrated, pre 9/11 airplane movies of all time. Place your trays in their upright positions, fasten your seatbelts, and enjoy today's in flight conversation on PUSHING TIN. As we work our way throught the plot of Mike Newell's air traffic contr…
 
We kick off Season 2 of the podcast with an in-depth discussion of AMERICANA FILMS with DAVID FEAR from ROLLING STONE and ADAM B. VARY from VARIETY. What does "Americana" mean? Well, we discuss that too. Excuse my audio - it's a little tinny. But Adam and David sound like champions. And remember...movies are great, but they're better with gravy. --…
 
On our second double bill of this miniseries, we're joined by writer/producer Sarah Watson (The Bold Type, Parenthood) and writer/producer Adam Karp (Once Upon a Time, Teen Wolf), making his second appearance in the past week, to discuss The West Wing's ninth episode, THE SHORT LIST. We discuss how Sorkin was ahead of his time when thinking up poli…
 
Today we discuss if you can cross-train as your big race approaches and when being a Consummate Athlete might not work (or when it works really well!) during a specific preparation period. We also discuss how to decide what races to go back to as races start after the pandemic or after time off generally. Show Sponsor: InsideTracker - 25% off visit…
 
This week we investigate Mel Brooks' "Spaceballs" (1987) with Griffin Newman (Blank Check with Griffin & David, Masters of the Universe: Revelation, The George Lucas Talk Show, The Tick), and search for the scene at its center. This is a podcast about movies, and the scenes that make them special. Usually on our show, we explore a film we love, a n…
 
Writer Jamie Rosengard joins us to discuss season one, episode eight of The West Wing: Enemies. Being one of the few episodes of the show not credited to Sorkin, we discuss how surprisingly well it captures the essence of his writing, especially considering the last minute script deliveries. We also take a deeper look at CJ and Danny's relationship…
 
Listener questions about filtering water for long adventures, How to deal with race nerves (or first race back nerves) and Peter's concept of 'race if you are going to race'. Show Sponsor: InsideTracker - 25% off visit insidetracker.com/consummate Show Notes & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com Training Plans: https://consummateathlete.com/training-pl…
 
This week we investigate The Brothers Strause's "Aliens vs. Predator Requiem" (2007) with Warren Chao (Pop Culture Party People), and search for the scene at its center. This is a podcast about movies, and the scenes that make them special. Usually on our show, we explore a film we love, a new release, or ask our guests to bring a movie they can’t …
 
Joe Reid, host of This Has Oscar Buzz, joins Phil in watching episode seven of The West Wing, THE STATE DINNER. We talk about the first appearance of Stockard Channing as Abigail Bartlet, CJs flirtatious relationship with reporter Danny Concannon, and the first time the show has acknowledged Mandy in five episodes. We also break down the national a…
 
Bonie Shupe discusses how she does so many different sports and how wool enhances her consummate athlete lifestyle. Show Sponsor: InsideTracker - 25% off visit insidetracker.com/consummate Show Notes & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com Training Plans: https://consummateathlete.com/training-plans/ Book a Call or Skills session - https://calendly.com/s…
 
This week we investigate Paul W.S. Anderson's "Alien vs. Predator" (2004) with Emily Gaudette (SYFY), and search for the scene at its center. This is a podcast about movies, and the scenes that make them special. Usually on our show, we explore a film we love, a new release, or ask our guests to bring a movie they can’t wait to talk about. But this…
 
It the the apocalypse!! So we brought on returning guest Chandler Levack to talk about the Canadian film, Last Night. We talk about Canadian film as a whole, what would you do with your last day, and how optimistic this movie looks into the apocalypse. Kenny even rant about greatness of Canadian films and thanks Phill and Chandler for being Canadia…
 
Screenwriter Liz Hannah (The Post, Longshot, All the Bright Places) joins Phil in watching episode 6 of The West Wing, Mr. Willis of Ohio. We discuss how Sorkin learns on the job, the degrees of sexism president Bartlet displays, and how his relationship with Leo is the heart of the show. We also compare this episode's viewership to modern televisi…
 
The ~76km La Cloche Silhouette trail is in Killarney Provincial Park in Northern Ontario. We ran it in late June 2021. This episode discusses the preparation, the nutrition, the gear and the attempt at a best supported time. Show Sponsor: InsideTracker - 25% off visit insidetracker.com/consummate Show Notes & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com Trainin…
 
Corinne Stikeman is back on the show to discuss yet another romance film with a great concept, but a terrible execution: THE LOVE LETTER. We discuss this movie's failed attempt at counterprogramming, the questionable casting choices, and the faux french atmosphere it tries to squeeze out of its New England setting. We also theorize how and why this…
 
Val Hadd, a mental performance consultant who works with Cycling Canada, including para-cycling. We discuss Motivation, Confidence, focus and using mental techniques in training so that you are ready for races. Show Sponsor: InsideTracker - 25% off visit insidetracker.com/consummate Show Notes & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com Training Plans: https…
 
Writer/Director Jessica Ellis is back on the show to discuss The West Wing's fifth episode, The Crackpots and These Women. We talk about how Sorkin writes women, and how this episode's script airs out a lot of his dirty laundry regarding his own scriptwriting. We also discuss the (strangely) relevant plots surrounding the government's relationship …
 
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