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Co-pilots Alan Mehanna and Had Solo review new movie releases, tv shows, react to trailers, chat about the latest headlines, all the while remembering their love of films and series.
If you want to have critical yet nontoxic conversations about the film and television industries, then consider SCRIPT2SCREEN your home! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
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The moment you've all been waiting for! Script2Screen returns with a quick catch up episode where Alan does this solo and answers a fan question, covers the Lebanese box office, and then reviews Knives Out and Marriage Story.The show will return properly very soon, but who said Christmas miracles can't come early?--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Spotlight on War Films

Spotlight on War Films

2019-02-2700:48:10

Introductions, HellosWhat fascinates us about war in cinema?Segment 1Favorite battle sequences in filmsFavorite war movies Segment 2Favorite performance in a war filmUnderrated war filmsReel or FakeFinal thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Introductions, Hellos and Minor NewsTrailer of the Week: RocketmanMovie(s) of the Week: Alita - Battle Angel; Fighting with my FamilySegment 1Studios rereleasing Oldies instead of making remakes - is this a good idea?The Academy Caves in and Oscars are back on in FULLJessica Jones and the Punisher have been cancelled - what now Netflix?Segment 2Lord of the Rings follows Marvel and Lucasfilms and keeps things under lock and key - new age of anti-spoilers?Gwenyth Paltrow retires from the MCU and Christ Hemsworth takes on Hulk HoganAvatar 2 will focus on family it seems - not a bad direction...Lebanese Box Office:1. Cold Pursuit2. Alita: Battle Angel3. Happy Death Day 2 U4. What Men Want5. MaharajaSCRIPT2SCREEN RECOMMENDSAlan's Pick: The Final Table on NetflixHad's Pick: Final thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Who knew that the story of a WWE wrestler from Norwich, England, would result in one of the most heart-warming films of 2019?  This film not only checks off all the right beats narratively, but it does so in such a way that the journey from the film’s opening scene to its closing scene is one filled with surprising laughs, fist-pumping thrills, and characters that you fall in love with.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Spotlight on Romantic Films

Spotlight on Romantic Films

2019-02-1600:46:26

Special Guest: Ingrid NaccourIntroductions, HellosWhere has all the romance gone?Segment 1Favorite Romantic Films from the 90’sFavorite Romantic CouplingsSegment 2What is causing Romantic Movies to drop?How can we fix or re-introduce RomComs back into cinema?Who would you Ship?Final thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
James Cameron’s genius world building has taken audiences from deepest depths of the heart of the ocean, to a bleak dark future where machines have taken over, all the way to a planet far away filled with wonder and awe.So, it wasn’t at all surprising, when word began to spread about his latest collaboration with Robert Rodriguez regarding the adaptation of a much-beloved manga by the name of ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Spotlight on Script2Screen

Spotlight on Script2Screen

2019-02-1300:47:19

In this special Spotlight episode, we take a trip down memory lane and listen to the most memorable moments of Script2Screen so far!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Introductions, Hellos and Minor NewsMovie(s) of the Week: Stan & OllieSegment 1Bob Iger’s Investor Call CommentsGame of Thrones Prequel Begins ProductionModern Family Ends its RunSegment 2No Taika, No FincherSuper Bowl Teaser ReactionsThe Big Shark? He Did NOOOOT!Lebanese Box Office Update1. Qu'est Qu'on A Encore Fais Au Bon Dieux - 9,218 entries2. Maharaja - 5,860 entries3. Wanted - 5,586 entries4. Glass - 3,917 entries5. The Upside - 3,283 entriesRecommendationsAlan's Pick: Star Trek: DiscoveryHad's Pick: The Artist Film and ScoreFinal thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
When MAN OF STEEL first premiered, it’s safe to say it wasn’t met with a lot of positive feedback from fans .With the recent DC announcements of rebranding, and taking the franchise in a possible new direction, I decided to give these films a second chance.After finishing the MAN OF STEEL re-watch, here is my verdict: Zack Snyder’s film is the most accurate depiction of the hero that audiences have ever seen — a Superman that is struggling with his identity.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are widely regarded as the greatest comedy partnership in movie history: making over 107 films, and defining the notion of the double act with infectious chemistry and hilarious routines that seemed effortless but were honed down to the finest detail.It’s really quite puzzling why it took Hollywood so long to honor the legendary duo, but STAN & OLLIE was definitely worth the wait.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
At its surface this film might seem like the run of the mill, 8-Mile wannabe merged with a little bit of Step-Up, but contrary to this point of view, VS. shines on its own, dishing out a solid narrative with an engaging protagonist, and packs quite the punch with its overarching theme.Music: "Miami Viceroy" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
There is no doubt that following up THE LEGO MOVIE was going to be tough, but the sequel does what every good sequel should do, it tests its characters and forces them to grow into more mature, grittier, harder, and tougher versions of themselves.The interesting question that THE LEGO MOVIE 2 asks is: Is this darker version the proper version to become?--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Introductions, HellosSpotlight on Spencer Tracey and Katherine HepburnSegment 1John Williams and Steven SpeilbergDoug Jones and Guillermo del TorroSegment 2Scorsese and Leo DiCaprioThe Frat PackReel or FakeFinal thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
In many ways, CAPHARNAÜM is an allegory about the abusive current state of affairs in Lebanon.Through Zain’s eyes, the audience witnesses the inevitable death of childhood and dreams in a country whose government has reached the peak of neglecting its people. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Introductions, Hellos and Minor NewsMovie(s) of the Week: ViceSegment 1Oscar nominations initial reviewFast and the Furious gets Woke and considers an all female castFantastic Beasts 3 Delayed from rumored 2020 releaseStarship Troopers TV Show RumoredSegment 2Matt Smith Joins Morbius MovieGillian Anderson joins The Crown as Margaret ThatcherResident Evil series for NetflixRobert Redford exits Sundance after 34 years and takes a back seat roleLEBANESE BOX OFFICE1. Glass - 10,284 entries2. Maharaja - 10,264 entries3. Wanted - 6,709 entries4. Time Out - 6,470 entries5. The Upside - 4,799 entriesSCRIPT2SCREEN RECOMMENDSAlan's Pick: ALIAS Season 1 Episodes 12 & 13Had's Pick: Caramel directed by Nadine LabakiFinal thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Introductions, HellosWhy certain good movies bomb at the box office: Marketing, Ahead of their Time, Limited Releases, Bad Timing, Initial Reviews and Word of MouthSegment 1Rocky Horror Picture Show (Alan)Fight Club (Had)Blade Runner/2049 (Both)Segment 2Clue (Alan)Dredd (Had)The Wizard Oz (Both)Unforgettable ScenesFinal thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
This film is to cinema what jazz is to music, a hybrid genre that is not strictly dramatic, nor is it strictly comedic but rather sharply uses elements from both in a harmoniously aggressive fashion, and it works perfectly.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Introductions, Hellos and Minor NewsMovie(s) of the Week: GlassSegment 1Mission Impossible: 7 & 8 with Christopher McQuarrie at the helmJohn Wick 3 Trailer ReviewGhostbusters in Original UniverseThe Hunchback of Notre Dame live action remake Segment 2Spider-man Far From Home Trailer ReviewSteve Carrell and Greg Daniels working on a Space Force comedy series for NetflixBad Robot being Courted by Disney, Universal Studios, and Warner Bros.Game of Thrones premiere Date in creepy trailerBOX OFFICE1. Wanted: 12,642 entries2. Mahraja: 11,402 entries3. Time Out: 8,761 entries4. The Mule: 5,452 entries5. Aquaman: 4,923 entriesSCRIPT2SCREEN RECOMMENDSAlan's Pick: LoverBoy MediaHad's Pick: Lion (2016)Final thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
Spotlight on Food Films

Spotlight on Food Films

2019-01-1800:50:08

Introductions, HellosSpotlight on LouieFavorite DishesSegment 1Best films about foodBest non food films with great dishesFood that you cannot resist seeing on-screen without wanting to eat the same thingSegment 2Best Cooking ShowCooking Accuracy in CinemaCraziest Food Scenes in Movies/TV ShowsThree Celebrities You Would Love to Have over for DinnerFinal thoughts on the topics covered or new releases. Salutations and See you laters.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
In a cinematic time that is so reliant on franchises and expanded universes, GLASS is a clear lesson that not all film worlds are meant to be shared, and some stories are meant to be stand alone...Music Used:"Magic Forest" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/script2screen/support
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