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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.
 
From Laura Brown and the Editors of InStyle comes a podcast dedicated to and inspired by the women who are consistently brave, kind and curious. The ones who empower other women and know how to get things done. Following the tone of InStyle, it’s not just celebs for celebs sake; it’s the ones who have something to say. It’s not just fashion for fashion’s sake; it’s about style and how to make it yours. In weekly interviews, Laura shares the mic with the changemakers and rulebreakers making w ...
 
Actors Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern, and author Cheryl Strayed talk about their new film, Wild. Based on Strayed’s bestselling memoir, Wild tells the story of one woman’s thousand-mile solo trek along the Pacific Crest Trail as she attempts to deal with her mother’s death, the end of her marriage, and her heroin addiction.
 
Based upon the number-one bestselling novel by John Green, The Fault in Our Stars explores the funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love. Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Gus (Elgort) are two extraordinary teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional, and a love that sweeps them on an unforgettable journey. Ansel Elgort (Divergent), Laura Dern (Jurassic Park) and Nat Wolff (Stuck in Love) discuss the film at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. Au ...
 
Join Mary Doodles and Give Me Motion, humans of the internet, as they explore their own minds…and yours. Transmitting discussion of all things such as life, love, and our tyranical Reptilian overlords. Be a part of the conversation @ peasinapodcast on all social platforms or email us at PodcastPeas@gmail.com. Join us. ...Join us. O_0
 
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This is it. The moment no one has been waiting for: 90'S SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER TIME! This week Zach and Sloane travel back in time to 1993's science fiction dinosaur spectacular: Jurassic Park! Unlike most episodes they actually discuss the film this time. Of course there's plenty of sidetracks including: Zach's nose hair, Sloane breastfeeding her adu…
 
This week Zach and Sloane discuss 1997's most eruptive disaster film starring Pierce Brosnan's Croakies: Dante's Peak. Zach shares the tale(s) of his daring rescues and how he received the title of Rhode Island's Puddle Boy. The duo discuss child murder (as usual) and Sloane discusses her Father's Day plans with Kenny G and the time she was addicte…
 
This week Zach and Sloane disappoint almost everyone by barely discussing 1996's best disaster film about separated storm chasers looking for love and tornados: Twister. They discuss everything from class rings and Helen Hunt's lesbian top energy to Grimace's perfect body. Listen to them discuss Zach's favorite all-you-can-eat chicken restaurant an…
 
This week Zach and Sloane unpack 1993's incredibly problematic erotic thriller: The Crush. As always the duo barely discuss the movie but instead focus on Thermos kids, Sloane's dad's 1960's electrolysis, perverted veterinarians, which flavor of Doritos make Zach sick and whether or not nanny Fran Fine could bring peace to the Middle East. All this…
 
This week Zach and Sloane barely discuss 2002's erotic teen psychopathic thriller, Swimfan! Listen to them veer wildly from talking about Sloane's denim fedora and Zach's double popped collars, to high school basketball games and the Holocaust. They cover it all yet also cover nothing at all on this week's episode of Mummy Dearest!…
 
Four-time Oscar winner Ben Burtt has crafted and created sounds we all know—from the heavy-breathing of Darth Vader to the pops and squeaks of R2D2, not to mention the voices of WALL-E and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. He’s been obsessed with sounds since he was a boy and has never lost that passion, which comes through in everything he does—includin…
 
This week Zach and Sloane are joined by everyone's favorite guest co-host, Ian Paget, to discuss the horniest movie of their preteen years: Cruel Intentions. Ryan Phillippe, the King of 1999, drops in before dinner to dish up some behind-the-scenes facts about "Cruel Intentions" and Zach and Ian freak out. Find out what prop Ryan kept from set and …
 
This week Zach Mellen and Sloane Steel discuss 1995's best pill addled, drunk, skydiving talking gorilla adventure caper: Congo! Before they unpack Laura Linney's ("ugly woman" -Amy the gorilla) award winning performance they discuss everything from pubic hair rankings to terrorism. Sloane talks about her experience flying Spirit airlines while Zac…
 
Bob Balaban’s resumé is filled with milestones: he shares an unforgettable scene with Jon Voight in Midnight Cowboy, plays Francois Truffaut’s interpreter in Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and is part of the Christopher Guest ensemble (Waiting for Guffman, A Mighty Wind, Best in Show) and the Wes Anderson repertory group (Mo…
 
This week Zach and Sloane discuss 1995's misunderstood NC-17 erotic drama masterpiece: Showgirls. Listen to them kind of talk about Showgirls while also discussing how Zach wants to be committed to a turn of the century insane asylum, the lawlessness of airport terminals, Doggy Chow, the perils of MAC lipgloss, Zach's groundbreaking exercise tips, …
 
Richard Kind is beloved by fans and colleagues alike. A versatile actor and endearing presence on TV shows like Spin City, Mad About You, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, movies including Argo, and A Serious Man, and animated films including A Bug’s Life, Cars, and Inside Out, he has made a lasting impression. He’s also performed on Broadway in such shows…
 
This week Zach and Sloane discuss an oft forgotten rom-com masterpiece, 1999's "Blast from the Past" starring King Brendan Fraser and Queen Alicia Silverstone. As always Zach and Sloane discuss Zach's scrotum, their love of Brendan's soft lips, Zach's obsession with Alicia Silverstone, and the swing dance craze of the 90's. They also delve into the…
 
This week Zach and Sloane discuss 1997's fever dream fantasy "Batman & Robin"...the gayest film ever made! Listen to them deep dive dicks, gynecologists, Queen Uma Thurman's stunning performance, that weird time in the 90's when films were all about women auctions, and which Vanderpump Rule's baby should be cast as Robin if this film is ever remade…
 
A onetime piano prodigy is now an Oscar nominee. Having won the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition in 2011, Kris Bowers has spread his wings and achieved his goal of becoming a composer for film and television. Among his credits: Green Book, Bridgerton, When They See Us, and the upcoming Space Jam: A New Legacy. What’s more, his c…
 
This week Zach and Sloane are joined by legendary TikTok/ film/ tv/ stage star Ian Paget. In what critics will one day call "Mummy Dearest's Most Emotional Episode" Ian, Zach, and Sloane cry, laugh, and hide in a closet. Together, the trio explore everything from Nicole Kidman's exquisite breathing, Sandra's 90's wardrobe, hot ghosts, the magnetic …
 
He’s enjoying the success and acclaim he rightly deserves for The Queen’s Gambit (Netflix’s most-watched scripted miniseries), but Scott Frank is not just a flavor of the month. He’s written movies like Get Shorty, Out of Sight, Minority Report, Logan, and our favorite sleeper The Lookout, which marked his directing debut. Scott has a wealth of obs…
 
This week Zach and Sloane unwrap 1997's snakiest action-adventure: Anaconda. They apologize to South America on behalf of Jon Voight's accent and thank their El Salvadorian fans (Mummy Dearest hit #4 on El Salvador's comedy podcast chart!) Together, Zach and Sloane discuss how horny the jungle makes people, evil Owen Wilson, Louis Vuitton luggage, …
 
His new biography Mike Nichols: A Life is garnering rave reviews, but that’s no surprise. Mark Harris’s other two books, Pictures at a Revolution and Five Came Back are required reading for anyone who loves films. A native New Yorker, Mark spent many years writing for Entertainment Weekly, which put him on the front lines of pop culture. He continu…
 
Zach and Sloane return (like the Mummy) to discuss one of 2001's most important historical events: The Mummy Returns. Zach talks about his time working in the dark tombs at Hollister and Sloane sadly recounts the time Abercrombie + Fitch wouldn't hire her. They also discuss the movie (especially the erotic knife fight scenes, of which there are man…
 
Zach Mellen and Sloane Steel unwrap your darkest fantasies about the cinematic masterpiece "The Mummy" staring King Brendan Fraser. Zach and Sloane deep dive everything from bi-sexual awakenings to what it takes to become a Bembridge Scholar. Listen and learn everything you've ever wanted to know about the greatest film of all time.…
 
Listen up! When Quincy Jones speaks he may be imparting Yoda-like wisdom or talking about his collaborations with Steven Spielberg, Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson, or Hal Ashby, to name just a few. His film credits range from The Pawnbroker and In Cold Blood to The Color Purpleand the must-see documentary Keep on Keepin’ On. As a musician, arranger…
 
If you’re in your 30s like Jessie, you grew up with Thomas Nicholas onscreen. He starred in Rookie of the Year and A Kid in King Arthur’s Court, then—a little older—he appeared the hugely popular American Pie series. He’s led a band for many years and has never forsaken acting, but with the release of Adverse on VOD he officially joins the ranks of…
 
Whatever you may think of the Golden Globes, their voters hit a bull’s-eye when they gave a special award to Norman Lear, the youngest 98-year-old in Hollywood. He could easily coast along on his many accomplishments as a writer, producer, director, and political activist; instead he is engaged in new projects on a daily basis. He also penned a can…
 
Hi, it’s Leonard Maltin. Jessie and I are taking some time off but we want to share another of our favorite episodes of Maltin on Movies. Whether you know her best as Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast, Jessica Fletcher on Murder She Wrote, or the scheming mother from hell in The Manchurian Candidate, you’ll be glad to know that the real Angela Lan…
 
Leonard and Jessie spend quality time with the one and only Mel Brooks, who’s as spry as ever and bursting with great stories. He reveals the name of the funniest comedy he ever saw, talks about Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles, and The Producers, and explains how he and his pal Carl Reiner screen movies together almost every night. You don’t wa…
 
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