19 Burst results for "Virk"

"virk" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"virk" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"You are sonny blacks and listen. This is a friend of mine. This is a friend of ours. You're going to like him. he's a good guy once. He vouch from. You're like okay. I'll give this kid a chance. There's certainly something to be said for within corporate america you can feel shackled and i'm so grateful to you the now i get to be unshackled and to be unfettered and do whatever it is that you and i are going to do it again. Well this is what i'm excited about. Though and because buksh shabby has an eye for talent and boot shami who was sculpted his craft. And i'm so happy for him now that he's lead broadcaster for the cubs deserves it and that baseball town and that baseball management know-how he is at his job and value it. He has only said of two people in our entire life running through these circles. Hey you've got to get to know this person because this person has the kind of personality you would want to know. It's i any goal because he's got stand up comedy chops and it's you add man but i didn't feel i felt like you were affable as helen polished as hell. I enjoyed watching you. I enjoyed graceful. You're gliding through something like baseball tonight. Which is a very difficult show to do. And you glide through it. Because you're so professional. But i never felt like i got to know you on television meaningful way. No that's why. I'm so glad the way i was introduced to your show if you'll recall. We literally mike ryan calls because you have a couple of weeks to come on and there was some inane baseball topic we were doing and as i was on the show unbeknownst to me micron always so clever fades down. What i'm saying. And all of a sudden i'm gone and you guys are laughing hysterically. Okay we shut virk up. And i would pop back up and keep going and then go back down again. We did it three times that show and cheer credit when you texted me africa. Hey listen thanks for getting the gag like you don't know how many people we would do this too and they would be offended they would be upset and go. How dare you. I take umbrage with this type of action. i have opinions and things to say that. And i'm like damn i'm so grateful to be part of the gag. Make fun of me all good and this became by the way my calling i worked at. Espn almost nine years. And the number one thing people say to me now i work at mlb network in nhl number can zone podcast and they go. Hey i love when you go on laboratory go wait. You mean the ten seconds that i talk and then they shut me up and go. That was such great comedy. But boy it's about understanding the role and i think too often people say to themselves. They take themselves too seriously. They feel like they've got this bluster about the as you note these gas bags around us and if i have a quality and i appreciate those compliments gave me. I think it's that. I know not to take myself too seriously and i just appreciate being a member of the club. We're thrilled that you are and we're gonna make cool shit with adnan along the way because one of the things we wanna do it metal arc media. It's very something that's very important to me is to make sure that the next five or ten years of creative rebirth for some of these people that were with that. They're doing the best and free and most confident work of their career. And i can't wait for all of you to see what i believe. Our only glimpses that we've seen so far unless you're watching him with. Mlb disown where he has really blossomed into being. I believe his truest self..

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Joker review: Love it or hate it

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

06:59 min | 2 years ago

Joker review: Love it or hate it

"Of film that did really hot though that would be joker and it is polarizing films of the year it is true a love it or hate it type of film and I'm finding myself on the ladder side of that Ledger I went into this folks expecting that it's going to be where the best films of the year and I couldn't wait for it and I love the fact that clearly taught phelps is paying them is to score says and had said that taxi driver in comedy ric huge references and reference points for him but as I tweeted in my review I said tops pays homage and Aaron Charles is a good guys a loyal listener the podcast he immediately corrected me the tweets that have paid them is it's a derivative I'm like that's true tops is no Martin Scorsese he's making taxi driver King Comedy Without the Intelligence in the witch and the subtlety now the story is supposed to be this forever alone in a crowd failed comedian Arthur fleck seeks connections he walks the streets of Gotham city Arthur wars to masks the one he pays for his day job as a clown and the guys he x any futile attempt to feel like he's part of the world around him isolated bullied and disregarded by society flack begins a slow descent into madness as he transformed into the criminal mastermind known as the joker sounds great but it's not the first thirty minutes or so I enjoyed because I could appreciate Lawrence share the director of photography clearly again paying monster Scorsese's taxi driver literally adult movie theater they show in the early minutes you see the garbage piling up feels like they're trying to evoke the taxi driver of the seventies but you know taxi driver even though it's a very dark film and it's an urban nightmare there's still moments of Levity Q. Albert Brooks who is hilarious in the movie documents stool pigeons there's still romance you know when score says he was feted by the Afi with a lifetime achievement award Julia Roberts introduced a clip and it's a wonderful clip where Travis has I picking up betsy and it shows you know for a guy who doesn't always get a claim for having a playful touch it's a really sweet scene and the way that Travis picks her up he says you know I think it was beautiful whoa ever seen and he says when he's going to pick her up and she'll be on time and I'm sure you will and it's a really nice scene and your member of the fact that Travis has a Mohawk and ends up gunning down a bunch of thugs moments like that and it's you know there's a glimmer of upside there's none of that era joker it is a relentlessly bleak thoroughly unpleasant film experience you know comedy has great humor in the movie I mean it's a really funny movie within the fact that Rupert Pumpkin is a guy who is a very painful isolated self-loathing character but it's still really funny I mean the fact he's so obsessed with Jerry Lewis talk show hosts that eventually feels compelled to kidnap him there's a dark undercurrent always but there's some big time lapse in the way that rupert is just so delusional in this film though there's none of that I mean it is just a painful experience it's about as subtle as a sledgehammer to the Groin and even though Joaquin Phoenix is getting Oscar buzz and and I do is an excellent actor I think the performance owes a little bit to his character into the master Kinda feel like it's a you know he's almost Pankaj to that character and listen he's a talented guy it's also always performance at the Oscars love I mean they love these showy flamboyant performances he's got a bunch of ticks the over laughing it's very flamboyant it's not today it's bad acting is pointing out that the Oscars love this kind of stuff so I don't even know if he deserves a best actor nomination but I can guarantee you we'll get nominated for one and he's certainly an intense actor and gave it two and a half maple leafs that was right after the movie the more I've thought about it I'm giving it only two maple leafs like I said it's just too derivative and just to pleasurable of film experience and there's obviously but other conversations about it people are mentioning is it a commentary mental illness and the fact that mentally ill people are being ignored is it a film it's inciting violence a natural born killers which I thought a lot actually watching them which I think is an excellent movie and I liked a lot Owen gleiberman right favourite film critics he championed natural born killers and unfortunately for me he's actually repeating jokers well though he next article which he said everyone is very polarized by being the was polarize similar decades said people either loving or hating it made a ton of money doc tober opening ever in terms of rotten tomatoes in this won best picture at the Venice Film Festival the Golden Line which means it could be an Oscar contender but even a good article from hr it's got fiber he was saying that some voters have said I don't know whether to give it every Oscar or to give it a Razzie like that's that's exactly the way we're looking at with this film because is so polarizing and people are just walking out there arguing about immediately in terms of rotten tomatoes sixty percent is the average above that is above average below that is below average Chris only sixty nine percent but audiences liked it they gave it a ninety percent so ultimately it was not a film for me it's not a film I would recommend Joe I don't know if you saw it but the floor is yours what say you I and I was Gonna go see it until you told me just how bleak and pleasurable it was and I was GonNa see last night and I thought I don't really need to if it's just GonNa be that dark I'm sure walking Phoenix is really really good in it but if it's just someone falling down a staircase in slow motion for two hours I'm just like I I got my the baseball team to do that I don't need to watch that in the cinema for two hours absolutely right you I mean there's just nothing as I said you think of a dark movie you love this year's big movie lovers I'm that there's still moments of levity there are still moments of light amidst the darkness and the comedy of the film is making this isn't that this is just Oh he's laughed at ridiculed he punched he finally acts out his violent urges and feel some sort of release and that causes them to do more. I mean it's just like you said Joe I the project and just watch your twins I wouldn't recommend the film too many

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"virk" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Always is Patrick Antonetti two segments this week three guests. I think you can enjoy this. I was Adnan virk. He has been on this podcast. Many many times always always he's fun always a ton of name dropping and people seem to enjoy our conversations he of course is the host of disowns change up that is their. MLB whiparound show host their boxing in coverage he's now also on the MLB network and has added the NHL Network and we get into a lot of things from the difference be differences between working at zone versus espn his over punish Minniti SPN while ESPN did not keep Ryen Russillo and we're zone might be heading in the future. I think you'll enjoy that conversation and after that it is Ivan May Zell and Jon Dahl of Espn Ivan Zell of course one of the foremost college football writers in the countries covered college football for ESPN since two thousand to Jon Dahl is an ESPN vice president of special projects and original content one of the point people behind thirty for thirty and that is a discussion based on all the content ESPN has for college football's. One Hundred Fiftieth anniversary season. They have a ton of stuff and really good stuff documentary style stuff including a couple of things that I saw on the integration of college football which were really really fascinating and well done. ESPN is also doing all sorts of greatest games. They have a panel to pick. you know the greatest players of all time so it's it's a sport obviously. ESPN is significantly invested in and they have thrown a ton investment towards that all right so I obeyed an virk and then Jon Dahl and I've been mays L. coming up on the sports media podcast all right as I said at the top Adnan virk. This guy has a lot of jobs now at this point. He's the host of zones change up. Which is there era. MLB whiparound show he's hosting their boxing coverage early some of their major fights he's a hosted the MLB network and now has added NHL network network to his resume so obviously I think people know add an for many appearances on this podcast as well as his long career. ESPN and you know one of the Great Canadian Indian icons of his time as well at virk joins us on the sports media Pakistan. Welcome back rich to quote Longley's brokeback mountain. I wish I knew how to quit you. This is a record breaking fifth appearance in your podcast right now to Mel Hill is furiously trying to contact your producer trying to book her next appearance with with the exception of John Oriented James Andrew Andrew Miller. There's been no greater friend of the podcast that me this is probably a sad statement for both of us but it is a thrill three and once again and of course let's make it clear. I'm only here because 'cause Marty. Brennaman did not come through for so listen. You're going to go from the reds iconic broadcaster to me congrats so there's a lot of truth there and let's let's hit some truths first off you at one one point one of the episodes. I did with you when I was at sports illustrated had the most download side ever had it was in the six figures which I still think had to be some kind of glitch but the fact is it exists so am I thought in terms of booking you after that massive six-figure podcast was all right this guy's gold for me. I'm GONNA be booking. This guy the downloads are we're GONNA come. You know s is GonNa. Pay Me extra well that turned out to be true cadence thirteen. GonNa give me a you know a big big castle in the sky well that they're in turn out to be true. What happened in and is every time? I've had you on since them. The downloads have dropped so is it a question of your lack of popularity or maybe I'm not doing as good a job. How would you How would you assess the fact that one time you know you were at like? Bill Simmons Ryen Russillo part of my take type levels and now you're now now. You're like you like a Schmo like me. I don't understand why as I fade into obscurity. I appreciate the fact you throw me a lifeline at least resuscitate my verbal an Iq a Q. At least out there in terms of the the public you rating but I will say this. You're right at one point. I was the number one podcast you had and living like a King I mean I was I was just gluttonous and and boastful useful and then one week later the Great Sean McDonough knocked me off that purchase or call six figures and the next week mcdonagh just dusted me so I can. I can never quite recover of course Sean on should be number one because he's the best and I did my impression free last time I will admit you're right about one thing which is that when I was on the last time I went from top. Billing in the first one was unlock them shared building. I was like the second guest on Colbert because there was me and my man Michael Lombardi together and as you pointed out when I was when I was pumping up sinophile listen cadence thirteen. They're so so happy to get me 'cause they gave me a home for sinophile during the GM shuffling as you know the GM chef oh Geez can subscribe to on Apple podcast doing great. I'm completely writing Lombardi's coattails because he's fabulous when it comes to the NFL he he just crushes people and speaks his mind and as you mocked me the last time it was on. You said you know they gave sinophile just because that's the throw in like they want to do the GM shuffling okay. We'll give you some. NFL to add sad for me to admit but you're absolutely right. I don't think Chris could care less about We need the subscriptions. Please help me out C. I N. Any P. H. E. Go to apple podcast subscribe to Senegal. You never have to listen to it but if you want to hear about the Irishman the new Scorsese Dinner Pacino film I gave a lengthy review spoiler for please. He's helped me out but it pays me to admit rich. You're right sinophile. we're on life support right now okay. Let's be honest listen. I'm with you because at one time I think when I was at SL was the bill of the cadence agents thirteen ball. Let's put this. I was like Tesco in Godfather Eight. We'll go. We'll go to basically now seriously. I'm like gunman number three for cadence thirteen. I I could not be further down the list. Your pockets will Lombardi is the bell the ball so me and you. It's you know we're both struck. We're like right right now. Tim Robbins Swim through that thing and Shawshank hoping maybe to get to the other side and maybe it'll be Chris Corcoran and Spencer Brown Zuzu Watson. Ao to to re up our podcast. We'll see what happens to your credit. At least you've always shelf those guys out like I. I like to listen to podcasts in their entirety so I I love to listen booger McFarland. He was tremendous Emma Bogus during the second for you but at the end you always mentioned John Mccain Chris Cork and like you make sure to give those guys love. I would think that should count for something. One of the things I've really enjoyed writing about when I'm writing for. The athletic is behind the scenes people producers. I find that actually a lot of times far more interesting than the than facing talent like yourself so whether it's Patrick Antonetti Nettie or Taranto Malegaon or Lou Pellegrino Myo producer like I I find those people far more interesting than you know the good hair crew like you and Chris Valor now go ahead ahead by the way here's another thing I wanted to get before you. Give Me Your Book Mcfarland Story. You Love Deniro. I Love Deniro. Have you ever cursed on a podcast. Have you ever draft a fuck. You like Deniro deal with Brian stelter the other day. I haven't reminds me of when Joe blocked was one of your I guess I want to say and I think you actually set him up go. Can you give me your favorite curse word. I I believe backdropped an f-bomb brand of the gate he did now. What is I mean. I know I unless this is sort of against her principles. What is your favorite curse word. my mom. My Mom and dad are going to listen to podcasts yeah so I don't. I don't feel like I WANNA be cursing but I listen the four letter expletive started with F for fits for so many different scenarios. Let me just say this. That is your mom and dad the chances of them listening to the sports media podcast literally are the same as like me flying on the Concorde John Skip come but I will say about when it comes swearing. I do remember this tip that Steve coolest toy this back when I was at the score because you know my buddies sitting Tim and Cabbie my whole crew from the score but coolest and we we used to have serious hardcore satellite Radio Richard Garner Cam Stewart etc and stuff on the score and he on the radio and you can curse here and Cooler said to me he goes was hey just because you can curse doesn't mean you should and I was like okay. He goes people view you a certain way this is Adnan Virk from court surfing and he's on TV and he's clean cut etc voltage are dropping episode kind of jarring and I will admit I do think there's something to that like when I heard buck cursing your podcast. I'm sure Joe Buck uses profanity but it's a little you know little jarring it I I I don't. I don't know if it's it's like you know endearing two summers off putting but I try to refrain by the way did I ever ask you about my God. No one's going to listen to podcasts because it's just way to sort of inside this podcast but did I ever ask you about how you felt about Jim. Miller the time right after your you're. I don't know how to describe it firing or leaving. ESPN when Jim Miller who is a very mild mannered guy like totally like went tarantino basically and just like blasting asking like curses left and right I couldn't that's a guy who I'd never heard drop an f-bomb and then Miller's like given fucks all over the place that was incredible. What I'll I tell you what happened. I had listened to Martian. Would Jimmy trainer. I'd correct me in the time line. I was fired on a Friday. Andrew writes it Sunday Sunday. Monday marshon was Jimmy. I believe Jim Miller was with you Tuesday so Mondays podcast. I remember listening to a Tuesday morning. I'm making eggs for my kids and it literally rich. It's like listen your own funeral because there were there were discussing me like in past tense like at one point Jimmy Nasty Andrew. What was you know what's what's the reaction been an interesting very well like I mean people like that and then these are good guys well like a good broadcaster. And what are his job prospects while they view him as this. I'm like I'm a past past person ocean like I'm no longer living like this is just too too surreal to listen to so then I had no interest in listening to anymore and I didn't want to go online and read stuff because Judah I both discussed test drive yourself mental. If you read everything people write about you the next day my friend Alpha Helwan Alpha message me and he goes..

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"virk" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Everybody. This is Richard. I'm welcome. The sports media podcast producers always Pellegrino two segments this week. But I think you really gonna find that interesting. I up this James Andrew Miller, the best selling author of books on ESPN, Saturday Night, Live and CA and someone who is chronicled ESPN for more than a decade. Now, we go pretty deep on the firing bad NAN Virk and as you'll see from from Jim. Miller's passion and fire on this podcast to say he to say that he believes this is a over punishment would be quite the understatement. So we get into that. And I think you're gonna find that really really really interesting after that is Chad fan of the Boston Globe and AJ Peres of USA today. Both of those guys cover media, and we talk about the Super Bowl viewership ninety eight point two million linear television, super super low, and we get into the reasons as to why we think that happened and all. Both of those guys also give their opinion on what went down with Adnan Virk, so Jamila for about forty minutes or so and followed by Chad Finn and AJ Peres coming up on the sports media podcast. My guess this week is a familiar one. It is bestselling author and writer James, Andrew Miller. He is the author of many books that people are familiar with on this podcast, while the oral history of Senate live CAA ESPN, of course, and he is the host of the Argentines podcast. And there is a new Arjun podcast next month. Check that out on cadence thirteen apple podcast, etc. Jamila welcome back to the podcast. Thanks for having me. All right. So we're going to be we're going to do this entire entire podcast on Adnan Virk and ESPN's decision. Earlier this week, or I guess I should say yes PS decision last week is we're taping this to fire. Adnan Virk for what they termed as as leaking as providing proprietary information to a reporter credit, Andrew Martian of the New York Post for breaking the story of the firing. And then getting the details of what happened check that story out a think fair to say, I'm Jim Nile sort of expand on it. But the the main facts in in Andrew story are certainly correct. But but of gives an brings up a lot of a lot of an interesting places to go to especially for a place that has made its bones and made its money and made its fame on sources providing information to them, and that is ESPN. Our Jim I want to start at the beginning. And that is let's just sort of go generalize. What was your reaction to and and Virk being fired? And and how do you look at that situation while it made me carsick, and I think you know, the truth is that. We all know that. There are every day. There are a lot of conversations that happened between employees of ESPN executives producers talent, otherwise on background with creatures like us. We also know that this is a guy who would work there for nine years. He bled ESPN. He's got four young boys. He's got a moral compass, despite the fact that some people now are saying, otherwise, and here's the other thing too. Which is how the fuck did that get leat? So we're talking about a situation where somebody is fired fired not suspended fired for being on background, which basically is confirming something, and we'll get into that later, and then somebody from inside ESPN leaks to the press. And so it's not even like this guy..

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"These sees is Sinophile nNcholas cage, very sincere group of film enthusiasts. Who are proudly? Goodness. Spor Beatty apparently read the long name. Real spectrum Sinophile, Ethan Hawke is like on the professional actor, and I direct for love is so much this world. That's dividing us in music is one of those great tools at resist together. All rutgers. There's baseball and World War Two. It's kind of a dream Sinophile. The at nine Virk movie podcast. Yes. Why was it? I still recording. That would have been bold run. The. A lethal. Cocktail breaking bad's compelling narrative drive Fargo's dark humor, and the psychological drama a driver in feels wholly unique. That's Adam Chitwood a collider talking about Mary volley. Saw the entire first season. A great binge-watch eight episodes about thirty minutes in length. What an EMMY award for Bill hater best actor and a best supporting actor long overdue to Henry Winkler. It is excellent. I intend to review in full coming up on this week set of file thank you so much to everybody search that you guys are unbelievable. We asked you all last time to send in some reviews and some ratings on apple podcast. Rob lemme tells me it wasn't the easiest thing to do. So he's suggesting a quick to to'real, Dan, Rick would you like to give quick to to'real for everybody listening? Everybody to do this today. How to give a rate and review on apple podcast? Honestly, I don't think it's that difficult. I'll try to pull it up right now. But I'm pretty sure you just hit a few buttons type review and hit send. I agree. It seems to me if you go to as Dan said apple podcasts type into the file. Of course, it comes up. If you already subscribing you just click on the icon, and there you'll see leave rating lever review, you simply press the rating reviews so seem straightforward. But anyways, I appreciate so much. What you all did sec-? We're doing this. Now, we're gonna just read it a bunch of these because they were so funny and so well written and because of all of you because all of your generosity. I'm so touched. I'm so grateful, then how high do we climb we weren't even in the top two hundred until last week. So I checked at one point over the weekend after you had mentioned how many reviews were flying in. And I noticed that we were ranked number twenty in the film and TV category. Now, remember back towards our inception. When we got that initial bump apple podcast. We were as high as number five. But I don't think as you've mentioned we had been in the top two hundred in the past year or so so you guys are unbelievable. And that's we're going to read reviews give back and thank you all from t-. Brad who said great movie potty wrote this Saturday smart. Move standardizing the length of the pod props. Louise, great reviews insight from the team get Dan a new intro gas bag. It's way too much heat for his views. He's passionate that bleeds through and his reviews. Maybe it's a term of endearment, maybe he should own it and change a segment to reflect that hot take from the gas bag or something like that. Brad, bakers, whatever fancies unbelievable. He writes about the gospel Sinophile teddy Roosevelt. I love because he is subject heading said, he don't go down for nobody. Which is great raging bull reference. Also, my buddy gray McGowan wrote Sultan of cinema fryer film. He supported pass Meri's. Listen, Rick takes the whole point is he's reviewing movies, which are not necessarily well regarded so he's doing an alternative takes. He's not doing movies that are typically loves so he liked that this one from psychedelic great..

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"It's kind of a dream Sinophile. The Adnan Virk movie podcast. Yes. Why was it? I still recording. That would have been gold run the. The scale feels vast spirit. Joyce is if everyone had set up to make the best movie ever, which is exactly what they've done Joe mortgage through the Wall Street Journal, how about this too from Brian gale Matt about movies podcast, beautifully structure, beautifully told and beautifully rendered on screen, and this is one of the decade's greater accomplishments of filmmaking. That's Spiderman into the spider verse one of the films of reviewing this Thomason about as always checking us out. We appreciate you. And as always go to items give it some love. I rank my movies at a former police she ranked the podcast out of five stars liba comment forest. Subscribe rate review. Tell granny tell grandpa give us a little yuletide spirit and give some love, and we appreciate that. So much more last podcasts are viewed seven movies. This got six movies. We do have our guest RIC flair Atkins back by popular demand. She was so great last in the stump. She'll be reviewing Mary Queen of Scots starring searching Ronin and Margot Robbie I'll be talking, but a bevy films only spider man, but a couple of foreign films, Cold War and burning destroyer. Nicole Kidman and Roma. Getting a lot of buzz small or call a marry Poppins returns, which had the pleasure of watching last week with these wonderful screeners, the BFCE, I'll tell you all about it for we get to that though, Dan. How did we do with regards to the quiz? Did we get ten winners who got brand new Sinophile hats? We're going to have to defer to Ricky here. I know I have mailed out five hats, and I have two more to do today. It was very clever quiz. Rick was the audience equipped enough to get all ten. So we have seven official winners. Dave mcpeek. Matt Searle's Chris Garcia, Jeffrey coots, Joe. Sharon, Bach bread. Baker and Kyle pop all answered correctly. Wow. How ever there were few answers that came in were either off on one question or off onto questions were very adamant that they had it, but they didn't. So we still have three open spots. Listen to last week's episode tweet us at Sinophile ESPN. You still got a chance to win a hat three spots left. A love it feels like keep. Peaks gotten them. All right to every quiz. We do. I think he's like a fourth member of staff without question. Mcpeek started his own movie podcast. Check it out. So follow Dave mcpeek. You can find easily on Twitter. He has started his own movie podcast. So inspired by Sinophile dance. Raise avid listener as his bread Baker. He tweets mealtime, both those guys not surprised Kyle Popper. Sure. That name sense familiar. So thank you guys at. Thanks, everybody for supporting the podcast. You're Sinophile hat perfect for the holiday season. I watched first reform for the second time after Dan's, scathing review, still love it. I watched it last night. Maybe I was running this movie's outstanding like we're gonna have just this is this is that demarcation line Stanton versus Virk. Now. This is a hell of a movie man, we can discuss it more another time. I don't think the audience really wants to hear. But it's although it's funny. Eight twenty four so good at tweeting. They tweeted, you know, first four those of is the name of the church. Ethan Hawke works at so the signs they put will God. Forgive us. If Paul Schrader isn't nominated eight twenty four doing some great stuff, Rick. How good is their social media campaign? They're tremendous. They're one of the top social media production companies out there. I mean, everyone else does kind of like the bigger companies. Just they'll tweet a picture do their little ad campaign. Eight twenty fours on it. They get some great stuff out there. So follow at eight twenty four. If you wanna see some good, independent filmmaking marketing ploys, they're great and being a member of the semi fun stuff. So I got a little bit small, and I caught a little shot a whiskey for those who've seen the movie as Dana's chortling, very clever. Very well, done spiritual anguish soul-crushing, I I'm not having seen it again..

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"But but I think the when you're talking about the grind. I mean, the real grind with all the training like the physical training like I was going climbing all the time. I was doing extra ups, you know, fingertip pull ups and things core exercises, stretching all the basic body maintenance. But I think that with climbing is maybe a little bit more fun than than you know, other sports is because you're not like in a gym working hard. You're actually out in the mountains. Playing doing the thing that you love to do. But certainly I was very fatigued for very long time. And so, you know during the climb your fatigue. No, no, I'm saying like the six months, the six months, I mean because I was kind of preparing for two years at a time. But for the six months directly ahead of the actual free solo. I was going pretty hard. I was training maybe thirty five or forty hours a week, which is kind of a lot. I mean, there's a lot of hours of physical effort. Yeah. And you know, I was just hired a lot. How about the personal focus of the story as well showing you and your girlfriend you guys still together. Yeah. We're still together. Yeah. The relationship is great. You know, obviously making a film butter relationship as a little strain and the release of the film is, you know, been been experienced both of us, but another relationship with great, and we're living together in Vegas and things. Really good. We continue here with Alex hanalei on Sinophile. The Adnan Virk movie podcast. Alex, your personal relationship is examined in the film, and I loved how honest it was in the fact that you're very clear about the fact that nothing's gonna get in your way, it has that been a detriment to relationships, absolutely. It has because you can't have anything holding you back and there's been other mountain climbers. Who have said that you said, listen, a relationship will hold you back. You should probably be single and you do this. Because to put a fine point on it. You've seen people die how many people throughout the career melt climbing seeing it'd be good friends theirs. But you've seen die twenty thirty people on and how much does that affect you and your personal life? I mean, you had a tough question. I mean seen seen accidents in meet around climate accidents. I mean, it's definitely hard. But I mean, I actually kind of reject the idea that you have to distance yourself from from relationships in order to perform well. And I think that's that's one of the core elements of the film is is Sanni sort of my my girlfriend's Johnny pushing back on that whole idea in like, well, why why not have both why not have a good healthy relationship and still perform at a high level. And and I think that that's something that you sort of see through the course of the film is that the ultimate they I am able to do that. And and I think honestly is better for my life in general. I'm with you because I often hear people aspiring whether it's sportscasters are musicians or actors saying, well, I've gotta just focused on the music of the can't be held back. But I'm with you. I think a relationship helps to inspire one. I think it gives you more. Yeah. Fulfillment. Right. Yeah. I kind of agree. And I mean, just on a practical side and a lot of ways having a healthy stable relationship and makes the rest of your life so much more. I mean, yes, stabil-, I guess, you know, I find that. I eat better. And I sleep. Better in my training is more consistent. You know, basically, my life is healthier. And so I think that having having a good health relationship like helps in a lot of ways with performance a free solo in theaters nationwide..

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Then especial, I've been busy on the golf course. I've been traveling celebrating my wedding anniversary this week, so I got my buddy. Michelle gone dri two to recommend some movies for you instead. So Michelle, do you have two movies that you love that my buddy Adnan Virk in the Sinophile should check out? Probably the trick Tita out, but I would say groundhog day it's one of the best committees best concept best acting. Tells alerts about cinema, editing, cerita lean. It's one of these movies at grew up was not big heat. When he came out in ninety. Three, I think, became more and more important, and I would recommend the Netanya movie called big data in Methodist three aids movie from the sixties. It's committee social committee as Italians weather. The best to do was Muslim attorney Vittorio Gassman, oser attack greater this to me. I can watch every three months. Never be disappointed. Thanks so much Michelle and. Thanks so much Adnan for for having me back on the Sinophile podcast and the lion's den. He's just an average man with an average life, and he's reviews dictate that. I'll read up my alley first and foremost playing spray. Dan stanza kids. I thought it was a little little much every man. I mean, there's nowhere to go down. You can't talk the no country for old men selection or the writing of it. So I, I'm really concerned, we're going, I really resent that open. I always believed it was the things you don't choose that makes you who you are, your city, your neighborhood, your family people here, take pride in these things like it was something they'd accomplished the bodies around their souls. The city's wrapped around those. I lived on this block my whole life. Most of these people have when your job is a fine people who are missing, it helps to know where they started. That is a portion of the wonderful voice over that starts gone baby gone. This is your favorite movie of two thousand seven film based on the novel by Dennis Lehane who also wrote mystic river shutter island, as well as a few episodes of the wire, the film, which was Ben athletes, direct to'real, debut stars, his brother, Casey, and Michelle Montague as private detectives in Boston hired by the aunt and uncle of a four year. Old girl who has gone missing Morgan Freeman plays the police captain in charge of the crimes against children department who begrudgingly assigns two of his men to work with athletic and Mongan..

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Rudd. There's baseball and World War Two. It's kind of a dream Sinophile the madman Virk movie podcast. Dance. Why was it I still recording that would have been get run the. Murphy material which trades on racial and sexual stereotypes. Even as cures, the may be offensive to some for others. He remains a hell of a good. Yes, that's Richard Carrington to watch them post years ago, but Eddie Murphy's raw thirty one years later it remains outstanding. We're talking to Robert Townsend, who is the director of that film. He's got a couple of new projects on the go. And Robert has some tremendous. Eddie Murphy stories about ri- cannot oversell those enough, always great to have you with us. We appreciate you and appreciate the love. Please go to. I tunes and write a review and give us a rating Iraq my movies at a former police, please rank it of five stars. That's how we keep this train rolling. So as always appreciate your support for that. So no reviews of new films this time around, we're going to review some classics that I'd never seen sigh finally crossed off the list and also will do a fall movie preview because this is when movies released start to get rolling. We really make, hey, and as a. Edge. Robert Townsend, Dan stands lawsuit contribute every man and Ben lines of the lines as well. We start out the with the movie. You know, people always ask you when you're a pseudo film critic like me, what's great movie. You've never seen. I don't understand why people take such delight in that. I think they tried to poke holes all my God. How can you be a film critic if you've never seen pitch perfect three. So I'm like, oh, you know, it's not really my taste. So the one that I'd never seen an sitting on for a while and I said, I find I'll finally do it toga toga toga food fight. Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? That's right. Animal house. I finally saw it forty years after his debut. So I've course have seen scenes from it. I'm aware of what it's about, but it with an old comedy, you get worried how dated is going to be lead forty years later, and it's a college. Frat boy, comedy. I'm like, okay, I know old school was obviously cribbing from it. But old school probably be funnier to me if I watched that again if I watched this, but if it's still enjoyable blue, she's fantastic, great. Physical, comedy in it gets tossed the quarter, Jackie. Just jugs. The whole thing. He's obviously a very manic presence hard not to think by the way he was high on coke the entire time. Now, I'm just like some of the some of his performances. It just does impact you little bit after seeing the Robin Williams documentary like Belushi just a wild man onset love. The soundtrack, of course, Sam Cooke, Otis, and a lot of good catchphrases surly not PC which is always interesting. When you watch these comedies now you're well that that would not fly that joke would not fly. That wouldn't be good. People will be upset about that, but it wasn't joyful. And as I mentioned, it's always on the list of the great comedies of all time. Chris Katerina's top-five rob Lend Lease now happy. I knock that out terms of endearment. I also knocked out nineteen Eighty-three best picture winner. Also best director. James l. Brooks best actress, Shirley MacLaine best supporting actress, Jack Nicholson. I'd always been wary of it because I said, why do I care about this operatic mother daughter story better than I thought it would be I, I was surprised..

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"F. t. two seventy nine seventy nine seventy nine. These is Sinophile nNcholas cage, very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly. Goodness, born baby apparently read the wrong name. Which is a little like what stacked Sinophile, Ethan, highs. Kind of like on the professional actor and I direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great schools if resist together all run, there's baseball and World War Two. It's kind of victory. Sinophile the Adnan Virk movie podcast. Dance. Why was it I still recording that would have been polled, could run. Spike Lee would contend, I guess, at the sober approach will no longer suffice. If he age we inhabit as too drunk on its own craziness. He has a point that's an anti lane of the New Yorker. His review of black klansman spike, Lee's roaring return to form ninety seven percent rotten tomatoes. Fifth at the box office, ten point, eight million fifteen hundred screens. Speaking of boxoffice, Alec bloom is going to be our special guest today. He knows everything when it comes to the box office because he works for fantasy movie league. Check out the app, our friend, Matthew berry, of course, the big part of that as well. And so is going to tell us the box offers winners and losers. Documentaries did great, would superhero movies were disappointment, which ones could still do well later in the year. So and plus he's got some great trivia for guy. I mean, he he knows Sinophile so he tailored it towards me and my boys, Dan standing and Rick pass more. There are references to Paul giamati and Al Pacino. Robert de Niro has daily to cheat in my guided his homework. So thanks to out for doing that. And I welcome back to all of you, but a minute as the kids say, a solid month with. Sinophile a major milestone as I turned forty and thanks to Dan stands for being a part of the birthday video, which my wife surprised me with. I'm so insecure about turning forty. So thankfully my friend gave up and gave me some movie related things about it. He pointed out because he knows the Akiro's my favorite Corsa moving. He said, well, he made it was forty two and it didn't get released to lose forty eight and also that yes, zero ozone may Tokyo stories, fifties, and Cornell was making movies into his eighties. So that's all good news. I always go back to the fact Orson Welles made the greatest movie ever made when he was twenty five years old. So you know what pass twenty-five. It's all downhill from there, but thanks to everybody is a now reach middle age. I'm so insecure to now I ask people randomly the hell. Do you think? I look and then like thirty? Six. All right. I got four years off. It's great. Like I'm getting thirty six thirty seven thirty. It's guy shaved two years of McDonalds, a win pathetic. We got lots of movies to reviews in the interests of expediency. I'm going to review a few of these. I and we're gonna talk to Alec. And then I'm going to just like try. The hammer through which I recognize her not to everyone's taste the foreign films and the children's movies that I saw. So let's devote a lot of our time here to black klansman and Spike Lee, you know, would Spike Lee. He's gonna make provocative film and it's going to be about race in America, but it's been an awfully long time since he was relevant. And as I tweeted, this was his best film since inside main which Dan had last time as his focus on every man, a movie that he loves and rightfully so. So this is the first great movie spikes made in two thousand twelve years and seventy rightfully tweeted me. Well, it's not. It's not like saying much Mike, what you're right to sweep blood of Jesus. Sharak was a mess musical sentence, Chicago junk use x plan. This preachers all over the place miracle at Saint Anna, which I think is terrible. Ben lines actually likes it, which is amazing. A thirty three percent of rotten tomatoes. A friend of mine was like laughing in the theater at the end just like preposterous two hours and forty minute war movies. It's been bad, and I often wonder like with with actors and artists just like with athletes, I think sometimes you just get past. Time, like I worry about it with mammon is seventy years old..

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"virk" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"That is not a joke by the way with adnan virk that's not no no no not he is did he send out those pictures of wearing the headband and the cutoff shorts adnan virk on federer when federal is playing everything stops in denver life the way i discovered this is mike golic junior now used to do a sunday morning show seventy nine and roger federer was playing a match at that time on a sunday and add in was tweet now just crazy stuff about how crazy was about federer and then we had him on the air and he said he's wearing all the stuff is the headband on he's got the rf shirt on he's at tennis gear watch all right maybe we'll check back in with him next segment just to enjoy his suffering a little more so if you want more world cup coverage you want to check out the max and hurt podcast on the espn app or apple podcasts hercules gomez thank you for joining us i believe i believe he could have played for mexico or the united states and decided to play for the united states but before we get to that let's play that since two shero sound on what sits the chereau's analysis of messy was and then just get a rebuttal or maybe a confirmation from hercules gaumont domestically he's when everything there is to win a barcelona yeah and he he started barcelona what thirteen yeah here's how you know what message about when they were winning the best things at barcelona messy we're shopping any esta david via that that was a team when they would break from two thousand eight on and go their separate ways for major tournaments javi and any esta and david via and although spanish guys from parsa for winning tournaments messy the second he steps on a field without that core is average and you have seen it in cope america's you have seen in a world cups shabbes not there because he s does not there because david is not there and the best players i've ever seen in my life can play with anybody fraud fraud hercules thank you for joining us your maiden voyage on the show do not laugh fraud your rebuttal thanks for having me i i i don't know what i heard i don't know what i'm listening to did he call the greatest player of all time of fraud it's like it's like braun dragging court is final after final after final hit messy does it make you had any conflicts town around him in the national team he no doubt in the best of all time this play by him so he took the to cope america finals in the world cup bio by himself he's singlehandedly got his team to the world cup team was terrible qualify if not their land messy is not even been in the world cup here's the issue barcelona how hands down shabby yes dhabi that though slots each had all this amazing talent confidence count around the pope and by the way that we can rica the coach coaching allen around him cohen counter support him he hasn't had to do it himself argentina by him so he will brian jane in a white drive blue jerseys deputy there's been there's no doubt my mind if she can't be a fraud because it's fun to say that fraud lebron gets his team to the finals wins occasionally you know messy can't do it it soccer eleven b eleven basketball if you have one player two players together you can do something special in soccer one of weeklies they can come at you that's what he can hurt you and teams understand it he's no that when he played argentina if you can somehow neutral like messy you're gonna win it's not to give a chance is going to win messy can't do everything by himself i never seen a player in my i'm thirty years old so let's not just talk about my lifetime there's video footage and answering going to youtube you can check whatever you want they lend might is on that court i never seen a player you what you can do.

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"This is adnan virk as you know my podcast all about movies but now i want you to check out marty smith's america podcasts as the interviews uncle rico actor jon greis from napoleon dynamite some interesting tidbits but how that movie came to be and how he got the role so vote for pedro and be sure to subscribe rate and review marty smith's america podcast as well as sinophile the adnan virk movie podcast y'all welcome through marty smith's america the podcast we've had tremendous guests so far and today we have one of the funniest one year this quite probably is the funniest addition of the march miss america podcast date we have okel rico john grise the the actor excuse me who played rico was kind enough to join us producer travis raynham down and the interview is funny we learn about what it was like to become ankle rico how the character was born how well it was written how unique it was to play such an iconic character and not only that we get into the movie napoleon dynamite itself a cult classic if there ever was one and the there's so many amazing moments in lines in that movie and so many resonant characters whether it be nope polian himself kip la fonda rex cuando starla graham oh on and on and on pedro there are these hilarious memorable characters throughout that movie and probably the most famous and most memorable is okay rico and we'll get into that indepth with john and not just the character but also the man we learn about the man who played rico but who he is personally and it i'm gonna tell you it's going to surprise you guys what john says and the depth invulnerability he shows in the interview about himself as a person so that's wonderful and we also get into the mardi party my boy ryan mcgee espn senior writer anybody who knows about what we're doing in our body of work the mardi mcgee program every saturday morning seven and nine mcgee's moco host and he's a complete idiot just like i.

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Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Three cities to college hoops experts one range rover sport espn's davis first round of the turnament to get the juices go jay bilas bake mind mark on this game of the ultimate tournament road trip with assists along the way from christian later and paul peers setting the stage for never been done before shellings they're big bovina wigs watch at espn dot com slash range rover sport land rover above and beyond these is sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are crowd lee sin opposed all i couldn't score bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is kind of like on the professional actor and i direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all right there's baseball and world war two it's kind of extreme sinophile the at nine virk movie podcast dance why was it i still recording that would have been bold run right have you back again pier on sinophile nope blurb of movie i normally open it because honestly there's no real reviews to be had today although i am gonna dive into the zen diaries of gary shaly jut appetizer riddick documentary on hbo but honestly this is a podcast this is foul you up big time guest that is what you're getting this time out at cabbie award winner helen hunt her new film is called the miracle season it opens april six and i had the pleasure of seeing it and talking to helen about it not only the movie but also we discussed as good as it gets castaway other topics of that vein and another huge get michael imperial that's right christopher multi santi from the sopranos five time emmy nominee and one time winner i performance in one of the great shows of all time also great a spider and goodfellas a frequent collaborator spike lee as well it co wrote summers sam so a lot to get into michael imperial as well.

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"Sopranos" prequel film, written by David Chase, could come to theaters

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"Sopranos" prequel film, written by David Chase, could come to theaters

"Come out and quite yeah great but you've ever seen body parts never seen body from and you can't see yourself a movie expert for the podcast now dow greater pursuit of wild with this kind of a movie got we got a ton of calls for you so you're coming back for another segment plus we like you i love it can't wait done live our car is it fair to say that stu god's is trying very hard stone god's these easy don limits our show with they still god's on espn radio espn radio presented by progressive insurance guests on the dan laboratory show beer via the shell pennzoil performance line espn is your home for selection sunday twelve hours of coverage all throughout the espionage networks this sunday starting with college game they at eleven am eastern on espn and now you're sports on update the tennessee ties of told running back dimarco marco murray that he will be released cargo will sign a oneyear deal with the rockies and finally soprano showrunner david chase has struck a deal with new line to go into production on a film based on chase the screenplay for the sopranos prequel that takes place in the 1960s the film as the working title of the many saints of newark and many characters from the sopranos are expected to return based on time peered many are expecting the film will revolve around tony's father and uncle frothy lace headlines information tune into sports centre on espn radio all throughout the day two dollars you nailed the beginning of that then why them it is all laugh are you really dead by forgetting that you were up yes.

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"These his hands sinophile nicholas cage worrisome sir group film enthusiasts who are proud loosen boss oh my goodness warren beatty apparently read the wrong name which has incredible right as sinophile deep and a hawes for the like look professional actor and i direct for love this so much this world that dividing us in music is one of those great schools that freezes together all right there's baseball in world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile the adnan virk movie podcast car all right well listen i still recording that would have been called a good around that is the open we through a very quick on the treasury uh thanks arabi more potent that together here on sin of five brandnew open those were stories from sunday's thanks to all those who bliss in the last couple of times for all those sundance stories nowhere begin with a review from a critic by the opened with this who is this from you asked marvels black panther is a masterpiece of booby making a film that succeeds a multiple levels touching hearts and opening minds all will entertaining millions of people and far exceeding the loftiest box office projections this groundbreaking movie open to a recordbreaking two are forty two million and domestic box office over the holiday weekend and delivered the second highest fourday opening in movie history it's not from peter traverse it's rabbani biker disney president send event to all of us yes black panther who cares ellie give it to nab a believes go see it again our 401 k skyrocketing thanks to ryan kugler masterpiece black panther in theaters now as always help us.

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"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"virk" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

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