Robin Hood: Men In Tights

September 19, 2019

Is Cary Elwes the perfect Robin Hood follow-up to Errol Flynn? How does this hold up to other films by Brooks? Is it timeless or dated? Tune in to this week’s show to hear these answers and more.

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Becoming part of the solution with Roger L. Martin

September 19, 2019

Revisiting our conversation with Roger L. Martin on an important message from our conversation back in 2015: What does it mean to be a part of the solution, not part of the problem?

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The Procrastination-Anxiety Loop

September 17, 2019

This week’s question comes from a listener: how do you navigate the procrastination-anxiety loop that emerges when hyperfocus and disinterest collide head on? This week on the show, Nikki shares background on the conditions that allow this sort of hyperfocus and procrastination to occur, and tools to shape a response before it happens again.

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2019-09-14 • Saturday Matinée

September 16, 2019

Felicity Huffman goes to jail. Moviepass is officially gone.

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Robin Hood (1991)

September 12, 2019

Why did this film get relegated to a TV release? How does it compare to other Hood tales? And why do Hood scholars love it so much? Tune in to this week’s show to get these answers and more.

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It Chapter Two

September 10, 2019

Will the sequel have the record-setting legs of its predecessor? Is It the greatest Stephen King thriller of all time? There’s a lot to talk about here as long as we’ve got the courage to fight the fear.

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Finding focus, listening to the right voices, and getting out of your own way with Brett Terpstra

September 10, 2019

This week on the show, software developer Brett Terpstra joins us to talk about his experience living and working with ADHD.

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Bridging Hope and Possibility with Cisco

September 10, 2019

Cisco is in the business of connecting people. To Cisco, that means more than providing industry-leading technology—it means creating a world of potential to make the impossible possible.

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2019-09-07 • The Saturday Matinée

September 9, 2019

Lars trains with arrows. Steve finds Birdemic. Variety: “… the rare comic-book movie that expresses what’s happening in the real world.” RogerEbert.com: “In mainstream movies today, ‘dark’ is just another flavor.” Jessica Biel destroys a camera with an arrow. TitularLines on Twitter.

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Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

September 5, 2019

Does Kevin Costner kill it in the movie or does he just kill the movie? Can we get more Alan Rickman? And what’s up with all the witchcraft? Tune in to this week’s show to get these answers and more.

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Marvel Movie Minute • Season 2

You won't like us when we get angry. 

This season, Andy and Pete are taking on the second film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Incredible Hulk. This certainly wasn't the first cinematic adaptation of Big Green, and the television series of the 70s and 80s is arguably better remembered than the films. But Edward Norton's take on this modern Dr. Jekyll was our introduction to the character for the MCU, and that's what we call home.

This is the Marvel Movie Minute. We're talking about the movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe... all the films, in order ... and we're doing it one minute at a time.

The Return of The Incredible Hulk (1977)

Sep 4, 2019

Banner is still on the road, but this time he’s traveling with a friend: a case of the 5 o’clock shadow that simply can’t be beat… not even by THE HULK!

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The Incredible Hulk (1977)

Aug 14, 2019

The second episode of our MMM break takes us back to the 1977 film — and series pilot — that built Hulk-love into a generation of 70s and 80s kids.

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IM126: Avenger Initiative

Jul 1, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Alex Robinson from Star Wars Minute talk about Nick Fury’s surprise appearance, Robert Downey Jr.’s initial thoughts on the scene, and Edgar Wright’s suggestion to Jon Favreau that led to a franchise expectation

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IM125: Ratio of Table Ladies

Jun 28, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about Robert Downey Jr.’s suits, Scarlet Letters title work, and mystery song cues

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IM124: The ‘Name That Least Sounds Like a Name’ Name

Jun 27, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about the sweatshop mentality of some effects studios, the animating career of Samati Boonchitsitsak, and the mysterious Grantland Gears

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