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Why do fans love some Rotten films and hate some Fresh ones? What did critics make of a cult classic before it earned its cult status? In this weekly podcast, hosts Jacqueline Coley, Mark Ellis, and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”
 
Four friends sit down to review movies that you absolutely should have already seen. Zack and Tyler are a little bit more of film buffs, and Scott and Jake have seen pretty much every Summer Blockbuster in the last twenty years. Make sure to listen for the late bloomers' hot takes for each movie, and enjoy the witty banter along the way!
 
Julia Cunningham lovingly reveals the plot of films that you would rather not see: low percent Rotten Tomato films, muddled adaptations, characters escaping death, on the nose romantic comedies, gender flipped remakes of a remake, plus everything in between. Let me watch so you don't have to ... and tell you everything. New episodes every week, on Mondays.
 
Join Nic Cage and JCVD enthusiasts Rob, Simon and James as they dig into a vault of underrated movies from yesteryear to see if they are rightly shunned to the bargain buckets of Asda, or whether they do indeed deserve reconsideration. To qualify the week's film must either be classed as Rotten on RottenTomatoes.com, or officially be a box office bomb. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join lifelong friends Laura, Hannah, and Brennan as they seek out the best and worst performances of any given actor's life work via Rotten Tomatoes™ reviews and stew 'em together. Every other week they do their heckin' best to make a movie soup the masses can enjoy. It'll be like a cool, culinary Cronenberg experiment. ...Huh. Maybe we'll do Jeff Goldblum at some point.
 
Welcome to the new home for Adam's rantings and ravings. This is the #1 Daily Downloaded Podcast in the World. GET IT ON as Adam shares his thoughts on current events, relationships, airport security, specialty pizzas, politics, and anything else he can complain about. Five days a week and completely uncensored, Adam welcomes a wide range of guests to join him in studio for in depth interviews and a front row seat to his unparalleled ranting. Let's not forget Bryan Bishop (Bald Bryan) on sou ...
 
Welcome to The Screen Age! This podcast is a casual chat-show about everything gaming, T.V. and movies. We discuss some of the major events that happen in these communities throughout the week and give our thoughts and opinions on them, without taking it too seriously. We will also look ahead to some releases coming up and discuss our hopes and reservations about them.
 
Be CinematNIC. Filmmaker Nicole Russin-McFarland discusses movies, movies and nothing but movies. The podcast’s intimate one-on-one format gets to the heart of the matter like a personal conversation over coffee with a good friend. Listeners can support the show by purchasing from the Nicole in Wonderland merch store at NicoleinWonderland.com. For more on Nicole Russin-McFarland, visit her official website at CinematNIC.com. NOTE: The explicit content label is only because a guest may drop a ...
 
Love is that first breathless glance. That person you lust after. That person you fall too hard for. But “happily ever after” ain’t ever in the cards. In fact, it’s more like, “Hurry up before my husband gets home!” And that is True Love. From Wondery, True Love is a weekly fictional series of scandalous love stories that are sexy, funny and filled to the brim with heartache. It’s the marriage of your favorite nighttime soap opera with your favorite juicy beach read. True Love explores the o ...
 
Hosts Jeff Meacham (Black•ish) and Joel Johnstone (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) love Tom Cruise. They are inspired by Tom Cruise. But they’ve never met Tom Cruise. So, they’re going to bring on some celebrity guests who have. This weekly podcast will feature incredible, personal stories about meeting the legendary star, and maybe one of those stories will lead Jeff and Joel to The Man himself so that one day, they will have stories of their own. Stories of meeting Tom Cruise. It’s not… impossible.
 
Jason and Mark of PickACarrot.com discuss farming, home gardening, and agrotech through the lens of their experience working with some of the best minds in computer science, agriculture and fine dining. From growing produce for one of the world's premier restaurants, Blue Hill at Stone Barns, down to helping a young family grow food with their young children, we cover the full spectrum of food and agriculture in today's fast growing food movement and the important roll of computer science an ...
 
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We're digging up and dusting off a late-'90s favorite beloved for its quick wit, terrifying villain, and charismatic lead in Brendan Fraser. So what did the critics miss? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
 
Sonny Carolla joins the studio to play another COVID-themed round of The Rotten Tomatoes Game. Sonny then gives his NFL picks and Gina reports the news on: A recent Larry Elder interview involving comments Rose McGowan previously made, the results of the Vitor Belfort/Evander Holyfield fight, Australia restricting alcohol access for locked down res…
 
After an impromptu kiss, the movie studio warns Abby and Erik not to start a romantic relationship. If they do, it’s off to the unemployment line. Not a problem when a flying scene leads to a misunderstanding. But when Erik confesses his true feelings everything changes.. until the reviews for the movie come in. Listen to new episodes 1 week early …
 
Countdown #335 This week the boys take aim at those who refer to themselves as bona fide critics. Which is to say that rather than accepting the status quo, Paul and Wayne are calling out the formal critics for the films they’ve unfairly maligned on RottenTomatoes.com Be it horror sequels, misunderstood book adaptations or next generation sequels, …
 
Patagonia has long taken activist stances to encourage what the company says is a new brand of capitalism. Ryan Gellert, CEO of Patagonia, joins us. And, Ry Russo-Young talks about her new documentary series "Nuclear Family," which looks at the lawsuit that threatened to break up her two-mom family in the early 1990s.…
 
Do you have dental anxiety — or even dental phobia? You're not alone. Clinical psychologist Lisa Heaton studies the fear of the dentist and joins us to discuss. And, some of the biggest companies in the U.S. are promising to hire and train refugees from Afghanistan. Amazon, Uber, UPS and Pfizer are among 33 companies that have made the pledge. Chob…
 
Adam welcomes Vinnie Tortorich back to the studio at the top of the show. Adam talks to the guys about the bus ride home, including a drunken show by Dawson, and getting back home after one in the morning. He then rants about always getting French fries, even when he asks for them not to be included. The guys then watch some vintage footage of Vinn…
 
Adam welcomes Zuby in studio at the top of Part 2. The guys have a one-on-one conversation about finding connection amidst all the madness, and the rise in people being told they are ‘anti-vaxxer’ just for saying people should be able to make their own decisions. They also discuss people’s relationship with risk assessment, why we keep focusing on …
 
NPR Books' Petra Mayer shares a bunch of book recommendations with us. And, Pfizer-BioNTech announced that its COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11 is safe and effective. Yet even for parents excited about it, the shots can be daunting. Maggie and Pierce Sandwith's 2-year-old daughter Caroline got the Moderna vaccine, both to protect her and her …
 
Germans vote Sunday for a new parliament and government, and longtime Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to step down when a new government is formed. Loveday Morris, Berlin bureau chief at The Washington Post, explains Merkel's legacy. And, journalist Jon Kalish reports on a unique breed of caterers that cook on an open fire in front of the wedding gu…
 
Recorded on a tour bus on the way to Solana Beach, Adam and Mike August share some fun party bus stories from The Man Show Days. Next, Chris talks about some trending topics like: a new Tik Tok challenge that has kids vandalizing bathrooms, Canelo and Caleb Plant fighting at a press conference, Joy Reid talking about “Missing White Woman Syndrome,”…
 
False claims of rampant election fraud and a stolen 2020 presidential election persist despite the fact that there is no evidence that it's true. What gives these lies so much staying power? "Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost" author Michael Bender joins us to explain. And, in Phoenix, Arizona, many school bus dr…
 
Parosmia, a long-term COVID-19 symptom, is a disorder that can make food smell and taste rancid. Patty Wight of Maine Public Radio reports on this perplexing condition that has a profound impact on people's lives but few treatment options. And, scientists thought that humans with stone weapons may have caused the disappearance of Ice Age beasts lik…
 
B Real is on the line next, and the guys reminisce about their times hanging out going back to the Loveline days. B then goes into detail about his crazy family life growing up, issues surrounding immigration, and the violent realities of gang life. Later they discuss the success of Cypress Hill, being a cannabis activist, and discovering there was…
 
Adam opens today’s podcast talking to Bryan and Gina about B Real’s story, and his history on Love Line. Adam then plays a disturbing clip narrated by Dr. Michael Baden, and they go on to talk with a caller who lost their son in a fentanyl-related death. Later they talk another listener call about being a ‘man of passion’. Before the break, the guy…
 
The Wall Street Journal's series "The Facebook Files" dives into a trove of internal documents from Facebook that reveal how much the company knows about what's wrong with its platform, and what — if anything — it's doing to fix it. Sam Schechner, senior tech reporter for the Wall Street Journal, tells us more. and safety from U.S. drone strikes an…
 
Pat Miller and Pam Kattouf met on the playground years ago and discovered that both of their kids had autism. The two New Jersey mothers later founded Beloved Bath so that their kids and others like them would have employment opportunities. And, farmers of color across the U.S. are still waiting on billions in debt relief from the Department of Agr…
 
Countdown #338 Last time a topic like this came up it was all about New York and that was hard enough. But this time around, when it comes to counting down their favourite films set in a particular city, the guys have challenged themselves further: To narrow all the films set in Los Angeles, California, down to just ten films! This one, kind listen…
 
While Abby and Erik’s movie may have been a financial success, their relationship is a total failure. They’ve broken up. Meanwhile Erik and the movie studio want to make a sequel to Flyboy but all Abby wants to do is work with Nigel Hawthorne. Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusive…
 
Ian Bagg is in studio at the top of Part 2 of today’s show. The guys go into some of the updates on the Gabby Petito story, and Adam retells the story of ‘Bad Ronald’. After Bald Bryan shares a repressed memory, Ian tells the crazy story of Sheila Davalloo for this week’s ‘Body Bagg’. Gina then begins the news with more updates on the Gabby Petito …
 
Today’s pod opens with some clarifications on yesterday’s Bryan and Gina podcast. Adam then talks about his travel to Nashville for the wedding of Jimmy Kimmel’s daughter, including trying to work his way into the first class lounge, and spending a weekend hanging out with all of his old friends. The group also talks about another host-less Emmy aw…
 
The boys are back for a spooky nostalgia fest as they take in childhood favourite, Ghostbusters 2 (1989). Join us as we discuss the cultural impact of the Ghostbusters franchise, ageless special effects and ungrateful New Yorkers. Got a movie you think deserves reconsideration? Give us a shout on Twitter @FYRFilmPod or if you like what you hear, pl…
 
Drone technology could be a new frontier for farmers looking to keep a watchful eye on the health of their crops. Connecticut Public Radio's Patrick Skahill reports. And, trees are beneficial to one's mental and physical health — but not everyone gets to enjoy those benefits equally. WBUR's Martha Bebinger reports on the disparity laid bare in one …
 
Francesca Momplaisir, a native Haitian and author of the novel "My Mother's House" talks about what it's like for Haitians to flee their country. And, experts agree that proper ventilation can help prevent COVID-19 spread, but they also warn that not all the technologies available are useful, or even safe. So what should offices do? Harvard Univers…
 
Adam calls in from Nashville and gives a quick recap of his trip and the wedding. Sonny Carolla stops by to give his weekly NFL picks and the gang plays a new game ‘Sportsball,’ where they guess if Gina knows the answers to random sports trivia.Thanks for supporting today’s sponsors:TommyJohn.com/ADAMJBweld.com – World’s Strongest BondPlutoTVGeico.…
 
Gina and Bryan host the show in lieu of Adam, who is currently in Nashville attending Katie Kimmel’s wedding. The two chat about musicals and Bryan gives a little history on some of his classic drops. Next, Gina presents Bryan with a few songs in a Lilith Fair edition of “Is It A Tool Tune?”Thanks for supporting today’s sponsors:TommyJohn.com/ADAMJ…
 
Welcome to the Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time, the long period of the Christian calendar between Pentecost and Advent in which we celebrate the Church's mission and ministry in the world! This Sunday in the 10:30 am Community Worship service in the Sanctuary, Pastor Brit Bolerjack will continue our Faith Is A Team Sport series with a sermon insp…
 
No, the guys are not reviewing your friend, Kate. That would be gross and inappropriate. They're reviewing the Netflix movie, Kate. (Though if your friend looks like the Kate in this movie, hit Wayne up. He'd like to know how she's doing.) Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars in the latest John Wick wannabe, as an assassin who has 24 hours to live and wan…
 
Highlights from the history of The Adam Carolla Show: 1. Doug Benson in studio 2. Joe Kenda on solving crimes 3. Michael Jai White interview 4. Norm MacDonald and Adam break down Kenny Rogers songs Hosted by Chris Laxamana and Giovanni Giorgio Support the show: Tommyjohn.com/CLASSICS Lifelock.com Geico.com Pluto.TV Request clips: Classics@adamcarol…
 
In 2018, researchers noted an increase in suicides among Black children over the last decade, but a new study shows that the biggest rise is among Black girls. Arielle Sheftall, lead author on the study, explains what's contributing to the increases and what can be done to stop it. And, CBS had a reality show in the works that would have put activi…
 
Trees not only help slow the effects of climate change but also help clean and cool the air around them. WBUR's Martha Bebinger explains the many benefits of sugar maples. And, comedian and former Saturday Night Live cast member Norm Macdonald died this week after a long battle with cancer. Geoff Edgers, arts reporter for The Washington Post, profi…
 
Shane Gillis is in studio for a one-on-one conversation with Adam. They begin by talking about how woke culture is destroying comedy, and then flash back to Shane’s upbringing and how he eventually got to audition for Saturday Night Live. From there they talk about the excitement of joining the cast, followed by the surprise of getting ‘cancelled’ …
 
At the top of the pod, Adam, Bryan, and Gina talk about our overly offended society, and the process of using past podcasts and tweets to ruin people’s lives. Adam then breaks down Drake’s music vs. The Beatles, and goes on to talk about Covid hypocrisy from one college football game to the next. Later they discuss how white collar and blue collar …
 
Mainstream business and the film industry overlap a LOT, so get ready to learn something that will help you! Jonathan Wolff is one of the only living composers whose work is recognisable and popular with people who don't follow the film and television scoring industry. Composing TV music themes for "Seinfeld" and "Will & Grace" and working on many …
 
Author C.J. Farley joins us to talk about "Zero O'Clock," his new book for young adults. The book focuses on a high school senior whose preoccupation with college admissions, her father's death and the K-pop group BTS becomes overshadowed by the pandemic. And, storm remnants of Nicholas is not as strong as Hurricane Ida was a couple of weeks ago, b…
 
Thousands of refugees from Afghanistan are starting their lives over in the U.S. Host Tonya Mosley checks in with Miry Whitehill, founder of the nonprofit Miry's List, and Afghan refugee Wahidullah Ashghary, on the effort to welcome new arrivals in Los Angeles. And, following the new report from the Colorado Attorney General's Office, we hear from …
 
Does the goofy King of the Oceans (and the Box Office) sink or swim? We're talking all things Momoa, Mantis, endangered species, and wigs in the latest episode of our podcast. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
Barry Sonnenfeld joins the podcast next, and Adam begins by asking Barry about his relationship to The Coen Brothers, and how he became the cinematographer for ‘Blood Simple’ and ‘Raising Arizona’. They also discuss how lighting technology has advanced over the years, his experience filming nine pornos in nine days back in 1976, and directing the b…
 
Adam opens today’s show talking more about the passing of Norm MacDonald, and his time filling in for Larry King. They also talk about Gavin Newsom not being recalled, and Adam shares a viral video involving a hawk and a goat. Later, the guys take a call from Adam’s buddy Daniel Kellison (aka Danny Two-Sheets) to pay further tribute to Norm. Before…
 
Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst shares her favorite sweet and savory grape recipes with us, as well as her master recipe for roasting the fruit. And, Gideon Gil, STAT's infectious diseases and public health editor, joins us for an update on groundbreaking research that makes a "phantom hand" seem real.…
 
The new film "The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain" dramatizes the story of Chamberlain Sr., a 68-year-old Black retired Marine who was killed by police who were responding to a medical alert. Chamberlain Sr.'s son, Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., joins us to discuss. And, Georgia Public Broadcasting's Grant Blankenship has the story of Georgia conservation…
 
Adam welcomes Michael Moriarty to the podcast at the top of Part 2. The guys talk about his celebrated career in film, TV, and theater, and go on to discuss his affinity for jazz and classical music. Adam also asks Michael about working with Robert DeNiro, how Michael first became interested in acting, and his time with director Elia Kazan. In the …
 
As today’s pod begins, the whole gang is saddened by the passing of comedian Norm MacDonald. They discuss Norm’s private battle with cancer, his amazing career, and a ton of his comic highlights. After a brief recap of the crazy Raiders game, Rob Schneider calls in to pay tribute to Norm and talk about their time together on Saturday Night Live. La…
 
2day I talked about Being Vegan and hanging out with the meat eaterS, MEGAN FOX at the MTV awards & Football 🏈 is back Intro / Outro music by K Bankston “By My Self” Tweet/Instagram your questions and spread the love using the hashtag #seasonablecloutpod on Twitter and everywhere else, and don't forget to Subscribe, rate & review, listen on iTunes,…
 
Several states are moving to make it easier for homeowners to strike language in the fine print of home deeds that restricts sales to people of color. Those "housing covenants" have left a legacy of discrimination. Kiarra Zackery and her father Ulysses Zackery join us to talk about their effort to remove the housing covenant in Ulysses Zackery's ho…
 
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