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Ever wish you could find an in-depth analysis on your favorite LGBTQ+ Film & TV shows? Sarita Ramirez, a Queer, overthinking media student and film lover, does just that in this podcast. On "Movies à la Queer", she gets to analyze the all-time favorite, and not-so-favorite LGBTQ+ films and TV shows that make us all cry, laugh, and scream in delight and (or), frustration. New Episodes Weekly!
 
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Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Christy Lemire and Andy Klein review this weekend’s new movie releases. FilmWeek: ‘Old,’ ‘Snake Eyes,’ ‘Jolt’ And More (1:02) ‘Ailey’ Director Jamila Wignot On The Lasting Legacy Of Dancer, Choreographer And Activist Alvin Ailey (31:28)저자 KPCC 89.3 | Southern California Public Radio
 
For this episode we're taking another look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and this time we have a special guest. The Marvel comic-book series, "The United States of Captain America" introduces us to Aaron Fischer. and we're proud to have writer Josh Trujillo as a guest to talk to us about the creation of the first queer Captain America, as well …
 
On tonight’s programme we respond to Joe Schimmel’s answer to the question “How would you respond to Once Saved Always Saved believers who say that believing otherwise is taking away from Christ’s power?” on the Good Fight Radio programme. Megiddo Radio · #445 The Folly of Arminian Thought: Joe Schimmel’s Anti-Calvinism Examined Related: Megiddo Ra…
 
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Claudia Puig, Angie Han and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases on streaming and on-demand platforms. FilmWeek: ‘Roadrunner,’ ‘Pig,’ ‘Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones And D-Man In The Waters’ (1:48) Morgan Neville On Portraying Anthony Bourdain’s Mental Health In New Doc And The Impact Of Livin…
 
We're abandoning all pretensions for this episode, as we cover two beloved shlock-fests, 2003's Identity and the 2019 head-scratcher Serenity, starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway. We won't get into the strange twists of these films here in the description, but know that they were paired together because of those twists. In each case, its…
 
On tonight’s programme we look at Psalm 39 for opening devotions and also look at Q21-29 of the Westminster Larger Catechism on the subject of Original Sin. Why is the world full of misery? What or who is to blame for this? Megiddo Radio · #444 The Source of Human Misery & Shame: Sin & […]저자 Megiddo Radio
 
This week we take in the return to the big screen of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Black Widow, and the last (maybe?) hurrah for super-agent and erstwhile Avenger Natasha Romanoff, played by Scarlett Johansson. While the film takes us behind-the-scenes of Black Widow's family life, or rather, "family" life, prior to its cataclysmic finale, Ste…
 
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Amy Nicholson, Tim Cogshell and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases on streaming and on demand platforms. FilmWeek: ‘Black Widow,’ Summertime,’ ‘Scales’ And More (1:46) Director Andre Gaines Talks New Documentary Looking At The Life, Career And Cultural Influence Of Comedian Dick Gregory (32:2…
 
(The cast of The L Word: Generation Q 2019) "The L Word: Generation Q" (2019-) Show Created by: Ilene Chaiken, Kathy Greenberg, and Michele Abbott Starring: Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig, Leisha Hailey, Arienne Mandi, Sepideh Moafi, Leo Sheng, Jacqueline Toboni, Rosanny Zayas Wiki Synopsis: Generation Q is set over ten years after The L Word, i…
 
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Lael Loewenstein, Wade Major and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases on streaming and on demand platforms. IN THIS EPISODE FilmWeek: ‘The Boss Baby: Family Business,’ ‘Long Story Short,’ ‘No Sudden Movement,’ And More (1:02) FilmWeek and Chill: How ‘Airplane!’ Made Its Mark On Parody In The 19…
 
On tonight’s programme we respond to Matthew Vines’ conversion of his own father to his own form of so-called “gay Christianity”. We discuss the pressure being placed on parents of such LGBTQ individuals. Megiddo Radio · #443 The LGBTQ Indoctrination of Christian Parents저자 Megiddo Radio
 
On this episode of LMYE, we take a look at recent and important entries in the realm of Queer cinema, ranging from the landmark documentary The Celluloid Closet currently streaming on The Criterion Channel to Canadian director Bruce LaBruce's new feature Saint-Narcisse and the overlooked My Days of Mercy starring Elliot Page to new films featuring …
 
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Amy Nicholson and Christy Lemire review this weekend’s new movie releases on streaming and on-demand platforms. FilmWeek ‘F9 The Fast Saga,’ ‘Summer Of Soul,’ ‘Zola’ And More (1:01) Questlove On His Directorial Debut “Summer Of Soul” And The Significance Of The 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival (31:35)…
 
We’re wrapping up Pride Month 2021 with a look back at two films that are now seen as precursors to the New Queer Cinema. Today, Gus Van Sant and Todd Haynes are Oscar-nominated filmmakers, but Mala Noche and Poison were their first theatrical releases. How did these once-and-future auteurs introduce themselves to the world? Join us as Brian, Matth…
 
The joke about Sparks — if you’ve even heard of them — is that it’s the best British band to come out of America. That confusion is why Edgar Wright, the director of “Baby Driver” and “Shaun of the Dead,” wanted to make his first documentary about the group, headed by brothers Ron and Russell Mael. Quite simply, Wright was tired of explaining who t…
 
Guest host John Horn and KPCC film critics Claudia Puig, Peter Rainer, Lael Loewenstein and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases on streaming and on demand platforms. "Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It," at Laemmle’s theaters (Newhall, Town Center 5, NoHo 7, Claremont 5, Playhouse 7) and other select theaters "Le…
 
Continuing our celebration of queer cinema for Pride 2021, we're turning our attention to some controversial films. Both Cruising (1980) and Basic Instinct (1992) take the Killer Queer stereotypes to stylish if problematic heights. Each was protested heavily throughout production, with queer activists not just disrupting filming, but at the multipl…
 
Inspired by the recent release of the North Ontario-shot thriller Girl, starring Bella Thorne and Mickey Rourke as an axe-wielding young woman and the foreboding sheriff investigating her father's gruesome demise, Carsten & Stephen opted to take a look back and the wild & wooly filmography of Rourke, who has had his share of letdowns and comebacks …
 
The documentary “Circus of Books” tells the story of two book stores, one in West Hollywood and the other in Silver Lake, operated by Karen and Barry Mason, who became accidental book sellers. They also became real pillars of the LGBTQ communties. Rachel Mason is the daughter of the masons and she’s also the filmmaker. Larry talked with Rachel abou…
 
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Angie Han, Andy Klein, Tim Cogshell and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases on streaming and on demand platforms. "In the Heights," on wide release & HBO Max "Holler," at Laemmle’s Monica Film Center (Santa Monica), Laemmle’s Playhouse 7 (Pasadena); VOD (including FandangoNow, Google Play & VU…
 
We're continuing our look back at formative gay films from the late-90's, as we look back at Trick and The Broken Hearts Club. Each film has developed a following, with The Broken Hearts Club boasting a cast of then unknowns like Zach Braff, Billy Porter and Timothy Olyphant as a group of gay coworkers at a West Hollywood restaurant. Trick stars JP…
 
(Izïa Higelin and Cécile de France in 2015's La Belle Saison/Summertime) "LA BELLE SAISON" / "SUMMERTIME" France/Belgium, 2015 Directed by: Catherine Corsini Starring: Izïa Higelin, Cécile de France IMDB Synopsis: A young woman moves from the French countryside to Paris and begins a passionate love affair with a feminist leader in this drama set in…
 
On tonight’s programme we reply to internet YouTuber and atheist Alex O’Connor. He is also know as “Cosmic Skeptic” on YouTube. He appeared with Bishop Robert Brown on the Unbelievable? Radio show with Justin Brierley. This is following on last week’s critique of Robert Barron himself.저자 Megiddo Radio
 
Movie theaters are starting to reopen, and moviegoers are starting to return. All eight of the Laemmle’s theaters are now reopened, its Glendale location the last to do so a couple weeks ago. Tickets are now on sale for the first time in a year at American Cinematheque theaters, which announced programs at all its theaters, including the Rialto in …
 
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Amy Nicholson, Wade Major and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases on streaming and on demand platforms. "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It," in wide release & HBO Max "Spirit Untamed," in wide release "Edge Of The World," on VOD (including Google Play & FandangoNow) "All Light, Everywhere…
 
FilmWeek’s animation authority, Charles Solomon, remembers the great Hungarian animator Marcell Jankovics, who died on May 29. He died at the age of 79. Our critics also share some of the things they’ve been busy watching on various streaming platforms and why they recommend listeners check them out. Guests: Amy Nicholson, film critic for KPCC, fil…
 
For Pride 2021, Brian and Max are revisiting the seminal queer films of their teenage years, better known as the 1990’s. We’re starting off with The Opposite of Sex, paired with the cheerful But I’m a Cheerleader. In Opposite of Sex a teenaged Christina Ricci walks into a gay man’s life and blows it up by sleeping with his boyfriend. But I’m a Chee…
 
On tonight’s programme we take a look at Bishop Robert Barron’s recent appearance on the Unbelievable? radio show with Justin Brierley. On this programme there was a debate between an atheist named Alex O’Connor (Cosmic Skeptic) and Bishop Barron. Is Roman Catholicism Christianity?저자 Megiddo Radio
 
On this episode of LMYE, Carsten & Stephen have a look at Danish thriller 'Riders of Justice' and the most recent winner of the best foreign language film at the Academy Awards, Denmark's 'Another Round', both starring the omnipresent Mads Mikkelson. From there, the show goes through some classic and recent examples of Danish filmmaking, from Vampy…
 
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Lael Loewenstein, Christy Lemire and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases on streaming and on demand platforms. "A Quiet Place Part II," in wide release "Cruella," in wide release & Disney+ "Dog Gone Trouble," on Netflix "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie," on Netflix June 3 "Moby D…
 
When Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson debuted his Hollywood persona in World Wrestling Entertainment in 2003, he was two years removed from his first successful protagonist role in "The Scorpion King" and on the heels of more film success with roles in "The Rundown" and "Walking Tall." Little did anyone foresee that "Hollywood" Rock would buoy the overall…
 
We look at Psalm 33 for opening devotion and then we deal with the issue of the Council of Jerusalem recorded in Acts 15. How were the keys of the kingdom exercised during that council? Does the wider church, beyond the local congregation, have authority by virtue of the keys of the kingdom? Megiddo Radio […]…
 
(Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer in Killing Eve) "Killing Eve" (US, 2018-) Season 3 - U.S.A., 2020 Show Creator: Phoebe Waller-Bridge Starring: Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer IMDB Synopsis: After a series of events, the lives of a security operative and an assassin become inextricably linked. Stream "Killing Eve" on Hulu & BBC America online! Watch Trailer Here!…
 
In the past couple of weeks, we’ve lost several industry icons, including Paul Mooney, Charles Grodin and Norman Lloyd. Actor and comedian Paul Mooney was a boundary-pushing comedian who was Richard Pryor’s longtime writing partner and whose bold, incisive musings on racism and American life made him a revered figure in stand-up. He was 79. Charles…
 
On this episode of LMYE, Carsten & Stephen have a look at the superlative work in film by British actor Emily Blunt! With the arrival of the Irish romantic comedy Wild Mountain Thyme on Amazon Prime and the upcoming release of A Quiet Place: Part II, we thought it would be a good time to look back at the career of this expressive, appealing actor w…
 
Barry Jenkins, who directed “Moonlight,” has a new project: The limited series “The Underground Railroad,” adapted from Colson Whitehead’s novel about two escaped slaves. It’s a story filled with magical realism: The Underground Railroad is an actual subterranean train network. KPCC’s John Horn sat down with Jenkins outside at his house in Los Ange…
 
Guest host John Horn and KPCC film critics Claudia Puig, Amy Nicholson and Andy Klein review this weekend’s new movie releases. "Spiral," in wide release "The Woman In The Window," on Netflix "Profile," in wide release "The Perfect Candidate," at Laemmle Playhouse 7, Laemmle Royal, Laemmle Town Center 5; VOD (including Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, G…
 
(Abby McEnany and Theo Germaine in Work in Progress Season 1) "Work in Progress" (US, 2019-) Season 1 - U.S.A., 2019 Show Creator: Abby McEnany, Tim Mason Starring: Abby McEnany, Theo Germaine, Karin Anglin, Celeste Pechous IMDB Synopsis: Abby, a 45-year-old self-identified fat, queer dyke whose misfortune and despair unexpectedly lead her to a vib…
 
David Oyelowo makes his feature directorial debut this week with the family adventure film “The Water Man. He also stars in the film. You can see it now in theaters. Oyelowo sat down with KPCC’s John Horn to talk about the experience and the tips and tricks he learned about moving between in front of the camera and the director’s chair. Guest: Davi…
 
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