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Best Terry Gilliam podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Terry Gilliam podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A creative leap of faith from Jason Gots, producer and host of Think Again – a Big Think Podcast. For anyone who’s ever made something strange and beautiful that never saw the light of day, Clever Creature is the end to all our good excuses. Each episode starts with an algorithmically picked random word. And Jason has just one day to write short story and a song inspired by it. Could that word be "buttock?" Absolutely it could. Whatever it is, Jason has to roll with it. There's nowhere to hi ...
 
Join the original Monty Pythons Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam and Special Guest Carol Cleveland as they introduce and discuss their first official app. The Monty Python’s Flying Circus Python Bytes App includes 22 of the Python’s best sketches from the first series of Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Also included are exclusive commentaries and back-stories from the creators, as well as a digital autograph feature.
 
In this show, William Beutler and Renan Borelli, formerly of KubrickCast, examine one mind-bending film per episode. Directors whose films are likely to come up: David Lynch, Werner Herzog, Christopher Nolan, Terrence Malick, Terry Gilliam, Lars Von Trier, and yes, Stanley Kubrick.
 
We surprise some of the world's brightest minds with ideas they're not at all prepared to discuss. With host Jason Gots and special guests Neil Gaiman, Alan Alda, Salman Rushdie, Mary-Louise Parker, Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, Saul Williams, Henry Rollins, Bill Nye, George Takei, Maria Popova, and many more . . . You've got 10 minutes with Einstein. What do you talk about? Black holes? Time travel? Why not gambling? The Art of War? Contemporary parenting? So ...
 
Comedian Rick Ramos sits down and talks current theatrical releases and offers suggestions for additional movie watching choices. A film fans dream come true, WatchThis is about the art, beauty, and possibilities of cinema. Each week Ramos discusses the greatest films ever made (including those that you may have missed) as well as the artists that have created these films. He also goes further in discussing how much these films mean to him and how much they will - hopefully - mean to you. Enjoy!
 
Matt, Jack, and Jon are three eloquent young gents from the East. Join them as they philosophize, externalize, and harmonize on the most pressing subjects of the modern age. Actually, we mostly just talk about movies and current events, but the presentation is what counts, right?We're in trouble.
 
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Nineteen-Eighty-Four & A Half: Terry Gilliam's Brazil On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss Terry Gilliam's masterful take on Totalitarian Rule and Orwellian Dystopia in 1985's Brazil. Featuring a great lead role by character actor Jonathan Pryce and a wonderful supporting cast including: Katherine Helmond…
 
The Power of Soul - Alan Parker's The Commitments On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos I go solo to remember the late English filmmaker Alan Parker who passed away this July 31st at the age of 76. With a filmmaking career that begin in the early 1970's, Parker would be a force in cinema for nearly a quarter of a century. He created such …
 
Coffee & Cigarettes & Conversation: Jim Jarmusch's Coffee & Cigarettes (1986 - 2004) On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss That Poet of Independent Cinema Jim Jarmusch. In 1986 Jarmusch began shooting a series of short films that would ultimately evolve into eleven films all centered around the cultural st…
 
"I built a mountain out of/Cardboard and string/And I sat inside it/And I called myself the Mountain King..." Could this be the most uplifting episode yet? A dung beetle risks everything for a life beyond drudgery. Actress and writer Mary-Louise Parker on risking failure and ignoring ridicule for those perfect moments when everything works. And a p…
 
Always The Last to Know: Gene Hackman as Harry Moseby in Arthur Penn's Night Moves (1975) Take a listen as Rick Ramos flies solo to talk Gene Hackman in Arthur Penn's classic Neo-Noir Thriller Night Moves (1975). A bravado showcase for Gene Hackman's subtlety. It is exactly this type of performance that has flown Hackman under the radar of great ac…
 
My Dark Places - Nicholas Ray's In a Lonely Place (1950) On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, I go solo to give my opinions on Nicholas Ray's touching and tragic In a Lonely Place (1950) with a character-defining performance by the iconic Humprhey Bogart. With a supporting performance from Academy Award winning actress Gloria Grahame (T…
 
"Even as you're crossing them/Some bridges turn to smoke behind you . . ." David Sedaris joins Jason from lockdown to talk about creative risks that might get him cancelled. In this week's fiction story, a tuba zealot begs his brother not to go electric. And an acoustic tune about brunch inside the neutral zone, with ennui and avocado toast. (psst—…
 
Addio Maestro: Ennio Morricone (November 10, 1928 - July 06, 2020) On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to talk the passing of a giant in the world of cinema - Ennio Morricone. From his genre-defining work with Italian director Sergio Leone in A Fistful of Dollars, A Few Dollars More, The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly, …
 
"You're a convict/on a convicted ship/and you're never coming home again..." Mushrooms, love, and anarchy on an alien prison colony. Etgar Keret on why capitalism and ethics don't mix, and how the great American novel is the enemy of creativity. And a beat-driven tribal-futurist tune about life in the substrate. And a "bonus track" guided meditatio…
 
"We Gotta Eat Away At Ourselves" - Bad Lieutenant & Uncut Gems This week on WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I jump back into The Darkness with a look at Excess and Addiction in two great performances, Harvey Keitel playing the titular character in Abel Ferrara's Bad Lieutenant (1992) and Adam Sandler in The Safdie Brothers' Uncut Gems (2019). Two …
 
"If it bleeds . . . we can kill it." - The Predator Saga On this episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I have a fun time sitting down to discuss one of the great movie monsters in cinema history. - Predator. After a rocky start (replacing Jean Claude Van Damme in a rubber suit) the great Stan Winston was given the opportunity to create a clas…
 
"Have Fun Stormin' The Castle." - The Beauty, Humor, & Magic of Rob Reiner's The Princess Bride On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to talk one of the great fantasy/adventure/comedies in all of cinema (and certainly the best of the 1980's) - Rob Reiner's The Princess Bride (1987). A film that displays romance, come…
 
"What if faith is paradoxically what we need the most/in these Facebook days when everything is giving up the ghost?" The random word of the episode—"Lace"—plants a seed that grows into a trip-hop tune about cognitive biases, an existential weird-fiction detective story, and a deep dive with Consciousness Medicine author Françoise Bourzat on psyche…
 
The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same - John Carpenter's Escape From New York/Escape From LA On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss a favorite - "Snake" Plissken in John Carpenter's Escape From New York (1981) & Escape From LA. A classic action hero, Kurt Russell and Carpenter (with co-writer …
 
Black Man's Burden: The Vietnam War - A Spike Lee Joint On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I dive into Netflix to look at Spike Lee's newest - Da 5 Bloods. Featuring Clarke Peters, Isiah Whitlock, Norm Lewis, Jean Reno, Jonathan Majors, with Chadwick Boseman, and an Oscar caliber Delroy Lindo. One of only two films that we c…
 
“A garden full of spiders and a spider for each pomegranate tree/Inside its web of gold...” Three episodes in, the word 'rally' sends Jason spinning off into an imaginary city with a feral pig problem, a dreamlike acoustic tune to rally the spirit, and musings with Radiolab's Shima Oliaee, co-producer of "Dolly Parton's America", about rallying you…
 
This is America - Los Angeles Burns: 1965/1992/2020 On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss the current social and political climate as well as how it's only more of the same. To do this right we take a look at two documentaries L.A. Burning: The Riots 25 Years Later (2017) & LA '92 (2013). From a narrative …
 
Nobody Loses All The Time: Pain, Suffering, Purpose, & Mexico - Sam Peckinpah's Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia Ibrahim & I are thrilled to showcase Sam Peckinpah's most personal film (and the only one he claims was released as intended), Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974). A painfully honest depiction of an American ex-patriot living i…
 
"I peel back the layers 'til the baby shines through/ And I see a different aspect than I ever knew/ I never really knew you at all..." Deeper and darker. A Northwestern Gothic coming-of-age tale. An elemental steampunk blues. Novelist and thinker Gish Jen on losing religion, finding art, and taking creative risks. And a bonus guided meditation at …
 
Weep and You Weep Alone - Park Chan-wook & Spike Lee's Oldboy (2003/2013) On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss a film that did much to establish South Korea as a major force in International Filmmaking, Park Chan-wook's 2003 paranoia-riddled Oldboy. One of the earliest films to establish South Korea cinem…
 
Can You Dig It? - The Warriors: Walter Hill's Exhaustive Look at Youth Culture On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Mr. Chavez & I take a look at one of the great "Cult" Films of the 1970s - Walter Hill's imagining of Xenophon's Anabasis (look it up). Hill has been a favorite of mine for some time. It's a pleasure to dive into his filmo…
 
NOTE: This is a special guest episode of Jason's new podcast Clever Creature. Please subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts! The Moleskine is open, the page is staring back accusingly/ Like 'come on, Punk, what makes you think you possibly could fill the likes of me? Reflections on a big creative leap of faith: th…
 
More Human Than Human - The Legacy of Robocop On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss Paul Verhoeven's 1987 Action-Satire Classic, Robocop as well as it's 2014 remake (from director José Padilha). It's a fun discussion that breaks down what works beautifully in one film and fails miserably in the other. We a…
 
The Moleskine is open, the page is staring back accusingly, Like "come on, Punk, what makes you think you possibly could fill the likes of me?" Reflections on a big creative leap of faith: the making of this podcast. A staples manufacturer on the brink of death, taking solace in his gut flora and the memory of his daughter's love for LOL Surprise d…
 
Yo! 1989's Do the Right Thing is in my opinion one of Spike Lee's best films, if not the best. As a filmmaker you can literally see the artistic growth in his 3rd installment. As a public figure you can also see why he is controversial and polarizing. Check this film out and learn something.Filmmaker Commentary is Hosted by:Reginald Titus Jrand Co-…
 
Closing the Loop: Straw Diagrams, The Headaches of Time Travel, & The Understanding of the Self - Rian Johnson's Looper (2012) On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to talk one of the best films of the 2010's - Rian Johnson's Sci-Fi, Existential Classic Looper. With an incredible cast and standout performances from J…
 
The Watermelon Factor: The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension and the Making of a Cult Classic We continue our journey into "cult" films. On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss a film that we - probably - should have seen years ago. W.D. Richter's 1984 Cult Classic The Adventures of Buck…
 
Hiding in Plain Sight: Jack Sholder's The Hidden From time to time you get the chance to uncover a hidden gem. On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I get to do exactly that. Showcasing 1987's Jack Sholder directed The Hidden, we take a look at a film that many people are unfamiliar with, however for those who have seen it, it …
 
An Unforgiving Rain - The Return of the Living Dead On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I re-visit the Zombie genre with a look at Dan O'Bannon's 1985 cult classic, The Return of the Living Dead. The World is in distress, what better way to fill your days than examining how so many others have struggled to survive. We talk zo…
 
10 Films to Get You Through These Hard Times - These are difficult times, no doubt. With so much doom and gloom it may be time to think about pulling ourselves away from so much of the world. This new episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos is designed to give you a li'l bit of help with that. This week I fly solo to give you 10 picks for films that I hav…
 
Zombie Class War: Yeon Sang-ho's Train to Busan On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim double down on our Pandemic Theme, combining pandemics with a Zombie Apocalypse showcased in South Korean director Yeon Sang-ho's Train to Busan. This is a film that has received widespread critical and box office success since its release in 20…
 
[From February through March 22, 2020 (his last day hosting Think Again) Jason will be revisiting favorite past episodes. Jason's new show, starting May 12th, is Clever Creature with Jason Gots.] Adult life, with all its schedules and responsibilities, can turn into a kind of library of locked boxes. The ones we open every day sit on a shelf at eye…
 
The Troubling Nature of Memory - Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys & Chris Marker's La Jetée On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I are determined to continue with this labor of love. This week we continue our examination of Pandemics through an examination of Terry Gilliam's 1996 Classic 12 Monkeys and it's inspiration Chris Marker'…
 
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