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I love all the characters and their personalities especially Ryote who just follows Yumeko around I love how Mary was supposed to be that one brat but later on becomes Yumeko friend which is really surprising after she won that huge gamble with Mary the animation is amazing and I love anime styled eyes they are so well detailed and I am happy that for once I find an anime that I can actually understand without reading captions like normally. It is by far one of my favortie animes I won't say too much about the show because I understand some people may still be watching the show or don't want to read spoilers about it therefore I won't say much more about the show but I totally recommend it I love the plot twists and how crazy Yumeko really is! It really gives me that feeling like "omg who is going to win the gamble!!" I can tell that they must have spent so much time making the animations smoothly and I would totally once again to finish this off I totally recommend it if it's your first anime or something I would recommend it for first timers as well. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Carter awakens two months into a deadly pandemic originating from the DMZ that has already devastated the United States and North Korea. With no recollections of his past except a mysterious device in his head, a lethal bomb in his mouth, and a voice in his ear giving him orders to avoid getting killed, Carter is thrown into a mysterious operation while the CIA and North Korean coup chase him closeNow.. this movie is a complete  waste of time, 2 hours that wil  never return, I have never seem a movie with so much actions scenes, which offer no direction  or point, and value to the story line.. just placed into the movie because  the script writer  and director  thought  it would make their piece of shit movie cool..  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Despite their differences and against all odds, an aspiring singer-songwriter and a soldier fall hopelessly in love. Cassie (Sofia Carson), a struggling singer-songwriter, and Luke ( Nicholas Galitzine), a troubled Marine, agree to marry solely for military benefits.The movie is based on a novel by Tess Wakefield, and is something of a soap opera-esque take on a military marriage entered into for the benefitsIt's one of those movies that regardless of the fact you know the ending, it's still inspiring and tear jerking to watch. The actors and actresses portrayed the life and situations to the best of their accuracy while still keeping the storyline center focus. It's a beautiful story of twisted love. From beginning to end it's hard to really know if they will finally let there guards down. But you start to get an incling that they don't despise eachother anymore and from there the friendship and love grows. They learn slowly to overcome their differences of opinions and political views. It doesn't come without its complications but it's a movie for teens and young adults in the world right now. Not everything in the movie is relatable but it gives them real life struggles like Type 1 diabetes, childhood trauma for both of them, drug addiction, PTSD, having to learn how to renavigate life after almost getting a leg blown off; letting eachother help the other one and the loss of a close friend to both of them. And it let's you watch as seemingly normal people try to navigate those challenges. Sofia and Nicholas did an amazing job. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The world of high-end escorts promises glamour, wealth, and the chance of reinvention for a group of women, until a murder and theft threaten it all★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Arnold has been touring and releasing this off-colour unique for a while now. The comedian has lived his life in the centre of the city, filled with scenes that might crack another kind of man. However, he draws from these experiences to show his viewers humorous real-world moments that most folks can identify with. Arnold’s comedy is similar to a glass of iced espresso — bitter on the tip with an excellent kick to it.Arnold’s comedy targets many issues and methods; his family is ever-evident as a cornerstone. Rants about technology and pop culture are the foundation for his most popular Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) threads. They comprise numerous of his IGTV movies. His tweets speak concerning the political — usually in response to polarizing world occasions — however, never without an underlying tone of parental concern or even a humorous quote from a youthful son.In case you’re a comic admirer, this is, without doubt, one of the most well-known releases of the year. It’s written intelligently and with a purpose to permit the comedian to make you snort as much as attainable. Stand-up comedy isn’t for everyone; however, a lot of people would love this one.It Ain’t For the Weak doesn’t ship within the scope of a standup comedian. In reality, the set comes with brand new energy to place avid enthusiasts on blast. It additionally provides an insider’s look at what occurs behind closed doorways for these mainstay performers.In the business of comedy, typically, you get the best results when you do what you do the greatest. For many of the seasoned veterans within the business, there’s no such thing as a need to change, and that is usually the case with David A. ArnoldIf there’s one factor that David A. Arnold does with each efficiency on this present, it’s holding it about his household. It Ain’t For the Weak by David A. Arnold includes inappropriate jokes about his loved ones and their life experiences. In addition to his tales, David talks about quite a few life experiences on stage that had the audience in stitches from beginning to end. Incorporating audio, illustrations and lights that compared to his stage presence, Arnold has created for himself a one-of-a-kind presence ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
After three years in prison, the driver known as Wheelman has to work for mobsters to pay for a debt. When he is assigned to drive a getaway car for a bank heist, he is not able to contact his liaison and a stranger call him giving orders to deliver the stolen money to him. Soon he learns that he has been betrayed by his contact and spends the night trying to save his thirteen year-old Katie and his ex-wife Jessica from a gang that wants the money robbed from the bank. But who can be trusted?★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Frontier is a Canadian historical drama television series co-created by Rob Blackie and Peter Blackie, chronicling the North American fur trade in colonial Canada/Rupert's Land, sometime in the late 1700s or early 1800s.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Court Genty codenamed Sierra Six (Ryan Gosling), a gray man working for the CIA, was sent to kill a bad guy, Sierra Four, in Bangkok and found that he has dark secrets about the agency in a pen drive. Sierra Six kills him, takes it and runs away. So, their boss Denny Carmichael (Regé-Jean Page) appoints the psychopathic former colleague Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans) to kill Sierra Six and bring back the proof. What are those secrets? Did Lloyd kill Sierra Six? What happened next? These will be answered in the main movie.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Netflix has repeatedly doubled down on the transphobia they host on their platform, so this latest example should probably come as no surprise: on Thursday, the streaming service released a speech by Dave Chappelle called What’s in a Name?, in which the comic calls the students who pushed back against the transphobic jokes in his standup special The Closer “unfair” and “instruments of oppression.”The 40-minute speech, which quietly dropped on Netflix without any prior announcement, was recorded at Chappelle’s alma mater, the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C., during a ceremony to rename the school’s theater after him. However, in his speech, Chappelle announced that due to the controversy surrounding him, he declined to have the theater named after him. (The school eventually named it the Theater for Artistic Freedom and Expression instead.) Students at the school confronted Chappelle over the transphobia in The Closer during a Q&A back in November, and while the first 30 minutes of his speech at the naming ceremony mostly focus on his years attending Duke Ellington, the final 10 minutes address the pushback he received at that November event.“All the kids were screaming and yelling. I remember, I said to the kids, I go, ‘Well, okay, well what do you guys think I did wrong?’ And a line formed,” Chappelle said. “These kids said everything about gender, and this and that and the other, but they didn’t say anything about art. And this is my biggest gripe with this whole controversy with The Closer: That you cannot report on an artist’s work and remove artistic nuance from his words. It would be like if you were reading a newspaper and they say, ‘Man Shot in the Face by a Six-Foot Rabbit Expected to Survive,’ you’d be like, ‘Oh my god,’ and they never tell you it’s a Bugs Bunny cartoon.”Where, exactly, is the nuance in a joke that likens a trans person’s genitalia to an Impossible burger, though? That’s not some complex artistic statement that we’re simply too stupid to grasp; it’s just lazy hate speech passed off as a punchline.“When I heard those talking points coming out of these children’s faces, that really, sincerely, hurt me,” Chappelle continued. “Because I know those kids didn’t come up with those words. I’ve heard those words before. The more you say I can’t say something, the more urgent it is for me to say it. And it has nothing to do with what you’re saying I can’t say. It has everything to do with my right, my freedom, of artistic expression. That is valuable to me. That is not severed from me. It’s worth protecting for me, and it’s worth protecting for everyone else who endeavors in our noble, noble professions.”“And these kids didn’t understand that they were instruments of oppression,” Chappelle concluded. “And I didn’t get mad at them. They’re kids. They’re freshmen. They’re not ready yet. They don’t know.”Again, no one is standing in the way of Chappelle’s freedom of expression. He is being paid millions of dollars by Netflix to make these jokes. But freedom of expression doesn’t men freedom from criticism; the students at Duke Ellington have a right to react to his specials however they see fit. And to argue that he’s being “oppressed” because a handful of people got mad at him when Netflix has continued to throw obscene amounts of cash at him and defend him at every turn is completely laughable.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The comic sounds off on cancel culture, feminism, getting bad reviews from his wife, and his life-changing epiphany.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The series' main plot is spread out over two points in time – 2022 and 2036, with a gap of some 14 years. The "past" plotline deals with the struggles of 14-year-old fraternal twins Billie and Jade, the children of Dr. Albert Wesker and conceived through suspicious circumstances. Their lives take a dramatic turn when Albert is awarded an executive position at the struggling Umbrella Corporation that once employed him, and they move to Umbrella's planned community, New Raccoon City. While there the two girls stumble onto the dark secrets behind their origins and Umbrella's dark legacy, while their father coordinates a response to the outbreak of a retroviral bioweapon called T-virus.In the "present" of 2036, the T-virus has reduced human civilization to 300 million refugees living in walled city-states and other settlements, surrounded by the six billion "zeroes" who contracted the disease and became roaming gangs of cannibal mutants. The most powerful organization left on Earth is the Umbrella Corporation, backed by its military arsenal, who are conducting a global manhunt for Jade. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
For hundreds of years, sea monsters have surfaced to wreak havoc against mankind. In response, sailors venture outward on their ships to hunt the beasts across the ocean, the most famous of these being the crew of "The Inevitable"; led by the legendary Captain Crow, his first mate Sarah Sharpe, and his adopted son Jacob Holland. They are financially backed by the King and Queen of The Crown, who have established a distinguished society dubbed Three Bridges. After being nearly killed during a hunt, Crow tells Jacob that he will make him captain once they kill a beast known as the Red Bluster that took his eye.The crew returns to Three Bridges to collect payment for their latest catch, but are told by the King and Queen that they will soon be replaced by a naval vessel named "The Imperator", headed by Admiral Hornagold, who will carry on the hunting of sea beasts in their place. Jacob proposes that his crew be given one more chance to kill the Red Bluster to continue hunting beasts in their name should they succeed, which the King and Queen accept. After they depart, the crew discovers that an orphan girl named Maisie Brumble has stowed away on the ship to join them, having been inspired to do so by her late parents who died during a hunt. The Inevitable finds and attacks the Red Bluster. Against Crow's orders, Jacob hesitantly allows Maisie to cut a rope connecting the ship to the Bluster, which saves the crew but lets the Bluster escape. Angered, Crow holds both of them at gunpoint and demands Jacob bring Maisie to him, before the Bluster emerges from the depths and swallows Maisie and Jacob whole.The Bluster takes Jacob and Maisie to an island populated by several other beasts. Maisie discovers that the Bluster is not malicious and befriends the beast, naming her Red. Maisie begins to believe that the monsters are really just misunderstood creatures, which Jacob denies. She also befriends a smaller creature she names Blue. After Red saves them from a large crab beast, Jacob and Maisie convince her to take them to Rum Pepper island, so that they can secure a ship to return to Three Bridges.Meanwhile, believing Jacob to be dead, Crow slips into vengeful obsession over his desire to kill Red. He seeks out an elderly merchant named Gwen Batterbie, who gives Crow a poison powerful enough to kill Red and a massive harpoon. While on Red's back, Jacob and Maisie bond with the creature and each other. Jacob slowly grows to support Maisie's belief of the beasts being innocent and comes to renounce his ways as a hunter. They reach Rum Pepper Island, but discover that the Imperator and Hornagold are stationed there. Red attacks the vessel, which rains hail fire at the beast with cannons, one of them wounding Maisie. Before the beast can kill Hornagold after she destroys the Imperator, Jacob momentarily stops her from doing so. Red spots the Inevitable and attacks, but is shot with the poison-tipped harpoon and nearly dies, with Crow keeping her alive long enough to bring her to The Crown as a trophy.Maisie is cured, but is then imprisoned in her room aboard the Inevitable as it arrives at Three Bridges with Red in tow. Blue frees Maisie, and upon noticing that The Crown's sigil is featured in all the books about sea beasts and their hunters, she realizes that they are propaganda created by The Crown to extend their rule, and the creatures were only acting in self-defense. In front of a large gathering of civilians, Crow prepares to publicly execute Red before being stopped by Jacob. Crow and Jacob fight, while Maisie and Sharpe, who begins to believe Maisie's worldview of the beasts as well, free Red from her binds. Maisie and Jacob convince Red to spare Crow, and they subsequently expose The Crown for their deceptions. The kingdom renounces their beliefs about the beasts, including Crow.With Red and the other sea beasts left alone, Maisie, Jacob, and Blue begin their new lives together as a family. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Lucia's achievement of a perfect family is threatened by her son's loose living, dirty mouthed girlfriend and possible in laws that are not what she pictured for him.And situation makes  her go on a journey yourself discovery, where she ends up he doing some crazy thing like sleeping with the father of the bride and by the way she is the mother of the groom and their both married by the way★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Alonzo is one of several comedians, children of immigrants making good on the American dream of telling jokes for a living. Very few of them have the same background, age and temperament of Alonzo, but if you’ve seen Jesus Trejo, he may come closest of those with current specials.Lots of comedians have pandemic jokes, naturally.Alonzo’s the first one I’ve heard to compare COVID to both the Star Wars franchise (“you know, every couple months, there’s a new one out”) as well as to a horror movie come to life, as if we no longer should wonder how a zombie apocalypse might get out of hand.She’s also got a sly way of comparing her 40s to being an iPhone 6, and stories about how her past two birthdays have been memorable in spectacularly unhappy ways.In the second half, Alonzo also shares a detailed account of her first visit to a gynecologist, which only happened in her 40s. Because as a Mexican-American growing up in South Texas, she didn’t have proper health insurance until then.Turns out you didn’t need to watch Lower Classy to get a sense of who Alonzo is or what she’s all about, because her second hour catches you up on her upbringing among poor, undocumented relatives, the only one in her family without a strong Mexican accent thanks to her learning English from watching TV as a kid.Leaving Texas for college in Missouri opened her up to the way the rest of America thought, but it’s only with two decades of perspective that she can understand how effed up people and policies have been. “Because back then it was OK, it was acceptable,” she says, adding that times have changed and continue to change. “Throughout time, there’s certain things you can’t do anymore.” At the same time, Alonzo’s professional success has allowed her to see how most of the rest of the country lives, which seems equally weird when you’ve only known how to cope and adapt to life as a poor person. Therapy? Medication? A check-up at the doctor when you’re not even sick? Seeing these seemingly ordinary practices through her eyes reminds us how extraordinary they may be.Alonzo sometimes tempers this all with some nostalgia for the way things were, at least with regard to telephones, the Internet and social media.I’m not sure any of us envisioned a platform such as TikTok might become popular for “hot people pointing at things for like a minute” but here we are.But at least we have comedians like Alonzo to point out things for like an hour.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Mid level Tech support employee Clark Thompson falls in love with co-worker Amily Luck at exactly the same time he becomes the unwitting messenger of God, filling his world with roller skating, a lake of fire and an impending apocalypse.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
YOU DON’T KNOW ME: STREAM IT OR SKIP IT?“We may never know what motivated the killing, but we’re not required to prove motive,” a female prosecutor’s voice is heard as we fade in on the back of the defendant’s head.Hero (Samuel Adewunmi), on trial for shooting and killing a South London drug dealer named Jamil Issa (Roger Nsengiyumva), hears that closing statement from the prosecutor. Then the judge informs the jury that Hero, who did not testify on his own behalf, has dismissed his barrister and will make his closing statement himself. Hero starts that closing statement by saying that he didn’t do what is likely going to send him to prison, and he tells his side of the story. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
E81 | Beauty (Movie)

E81 | Beauty (Movie)


BEAUTY is an upcoming American drama film directed by Andrew Dosunmu, written and co-produced by Lena Waithe. The movie follows follows a woman living with her family in 1980s New Jersey on the verge of becoming known worldwide as a singer.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
When evil forces threaten to resurrect Anthrasax, the God of Destruction, the Kingdom of Meta-llicana calls on a volatile dark wizard for help.The original Japanese manga series was written and illustrated by Kazushi Hagiwara and ran in Weekly Shonen Jump starting in 1988, and Ultra Jump in 2000. Hagiwara drew inspiration from heavy metal music and Dungeons & Dragons, both of which feature prominently through direct and indirect references in the story. Many characters and places in the story, for instance, are named after members of Hagiwara's favorite bands, such as The Kingdom of Metallicana (Metallica), the God of Destruction Anthrasax (Anthrax), and lead character Dark Schneider (possibly named after German heavy metal singer Udo Dirkschneider).An earlier six-episode OVA adaptation was done by Katsuhito Akiyama and released in the US by Pioneer. This new series hopes to expand upon the OVA and stay more true to the original manga’s storyline thanks to its longer run-time. Produced by Warner Brothers Japan, the new animation comes from the studio Liden Films, known for work on other shonen series such as Tokyo Revengers and Berserk. Bastard!! is being directed by Takaharu Ozaki, known for Goblin Slayer and Girl’s Last Tour. Ozaki works alongside story editor Yosuke Kuroda (Trigun, My Hero Academia) and character designer Sayaka Ono (Code Geass, Valvrave the Liberator) ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area (Korean: 종이의 집: 공동경제구역) is a South Korean television series based on the Spanish heist crime drama series of the same name. The Korean series directed by Kim Hong-sun and written by Ryu Yong-jae, is an original Netflix series, starring Yoo Ji-tae, Park Hae-soo, Jeon Jong-seo, Lee Hyun-woo, Lee Won-jong, and Park Myung-hoon.Set in the same fictional universe as the original series, it depicts a hostage crisis situation set in the Korean Peninsula, involving a genius strategist and people with different personalities and abilities. The first 6 episodes were released on June 24, 2022 on Netflix. This is the most disappointing s*** ever like what the f*** was Netflix thinking you just regurgitated the same old story line what do you take us for a bunch of Fools this was rubbish this has nothing to do with the actors this is everything to do with Netflix being s*** when it when they said this was a spinoff for continuation I thought this was going to be some different not the same crap story there is no crap this just made it crap★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The Man from Toronto is a 2022 American action comedy film directed by Patrick Hughes. It stars Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson, along with Kaley Cuoco, Jasmine Mathews, Lela Loren, Pierson Fodé, Jencarlos Canela, and Ellen Barkin in supporting roles.The Man from Toronto was released on June 24, 2022 by NetflixEddy (Hart) is a failed internet athletic instructor attempted to sell his idea of non-contact boxing to local gym owner Marty (Roach), but Marty rejects the idea on the basis that it’s nonsensical and Teddy’s failure to do something as simple as design a marketing brochure proves he’s incompetent.Wanting to do something for his wife Lori’s (Mathews) birthday, he takes her away to a day spa where he has arranged for a luxurious two hour pampering session. Meanwhile Teddy goes off to a secluded cabin to prepare for the rest of her surprise, however the printer he used to print directions had low toner and the number on the cabin’s address was too faded for him to see clearly. Teddy unknowingly arrives at the wrong location where two men are inside with a third man awaiting the arrival of The Man From Toronto (Harrelson), a mysterious assassin with a talent for brutal interrogation. Having never met the Man From Toronto, the men mistake Teddy for him and proceed to encourage his interrogation of the man they have in captivity. Despite his fear and cluelessness, Teddy manages to extract the information they’re looking for out of the man, shortly after which the FBI raid the cabin.Explaining the situation to Teddy, Agents Lawrence (Drummond) and Davis (Rowe) convince him to assume the identity of the Man from Toronto due to the time sensitive nature of an operation they have underway to catch exiled Venezuelan Colonel Marin (Hoyos) in Washington, DC before he follows through with a plan to assassinate the President of Venezuela at the new Venezuelan embassy. While Teddy’s helping the FBI they assign Agent Santoro (Canela) to protect Lori and act as a butler to guide her on a day of shopping and fun with her friend Anne (Cuoco). Much to Teddy’s jealousy.Teddy is sent to meet the Colonel’s wife Daniela (Loren) as The Man from Toronto. She tells him that they’ve succeeded with “phase one” of their plan, so he must go to Puerto Rico for “phase two.” En route to Puerto Rico, Teddy and four of Marin’s men are ambushed by The Man From Toronto, who’s real name is Randy, on the plane, who kills everyone but Teddy and crash lands the plane and on a rural part of the island. The duo proceeds to San Juan where a technology conference is underway. After speaking with his Handler (Barkin), Randy decides to continue with the ruse that Teddy is him, and outfits him in a suit and collection of knives since that is Randy’s chosen method of interrogation.Arriving at the location of the tech conference, Teddy meets with a man who informs him he has four men hostage and is trying to determine which one is “Green.” Randy guides Teddy through most of the process until Teddy inadvertently slices one of the hostages cheek and the blood induces Teddy to vomit all over him and another man, the second of whom admits he’s Green. Randy arrives and kills everyone in the room except Teddy and Green, who explains that he and the man Teddy extracted information from in the cabin had designed a weapon that Colonel Marin wants, but it has a dual failsafe: the former man’s voice, and Green’s thumbprint. Randy cuts Green’s thumb off and presumably kills him, only for him and Teddy to be confronted by another asset known as The Man From Miami (Fode). He tries to steal the thumb from them and a shootout ensues, though they manage to keep the thumb.They return to the United States where they meet Lori and Anne for dinner. Randy reveals that as a loner he’s very uncomfortable around women and is nervous that Anne is joining them. Anne manages to break through his exterior and the two dance briefly before the Man From Miami arrives and chases Randy and Teddy to an upstairs storage room at the restaurant. The three fight, ending with Teddy accidentally shooting Randy in the leg and The Man From Miami making off with the thumb. This confirming Randy’s suspicions that the Handler had sent The Man From Miami.The police and FBI arrive on the scene so Randy and Teddy steal a police car to escape and race to the embassy to try and prevent the assassination. Arriving in time, Teddy distracts Colonel Marin and the Handler long enough for the FBI to raid the building and thwart the assassination. However, Randy escapes with the money that was owed by the Colonel.Teddy arrives to an empty home, Lori having left out of disappointment to catch a train and stay with her mother. Teddy rushes to stop her from leaving, but is ambushed by The Man From Miami, who almost succeeds in killing him until Randy intervenes. However, several more assassins show up and Randy and Teddy are forced to fight them off. As they finish off the last of them the Handler herself arrives and attempts to kill them both to get her money back. She pursues them into a warehouse where Teddy accidentally activates a trap door that drops her into boiling oil, frying her alive, and the warehouse explodes from a gas leak ejecting Randy and Teddy into the parking lot.Thinking Randy had left, Teddy is confronted by one last assassin: the Man From Tokyo, however Randy dispatches him with his prized possession: a 1969 Dodge Charger he named Deborah. He hands the keys to Teddy so he can catch Lori at the station before she boards her train, but warns him not to scratch the car. En route to the station the car stalls on the train tracks so Teddy bails on foot and arrives in time to stop Lori. However, her train arrives and destroys Deborah, sending the $2 million in cash that Randy stashed in the trunk flying everywhere.A year later, Teddy, Lori, and Anne are dining at Randy’s new restaurant, something Randy had confessed was a dream of his for a long time but he hadn’t opened one because he was afraid nobody would come. The three quietly admit they don’t like the food but decide to support Randy anyway until the overpriced bill comes, which Randy offers to cover. Teddy then takes Randy aside and lets him know he’s made Randy a partner in his new line of gyms, and hands him a small downpayment to cover the cost of losing Deborah, though Randy demands full repayment and starts to choke Teddy for not fixing what he did. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
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