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    Welcome to MGS: The Movie and Game Show, a podcast where we talk about movies and games. Join your hosts, Dallin and Scott, as we rank, review, and discuss various film and video game series.

    Want to get in touch or have a great idea for a series of episodes? You can reach us on Threads @mgs.podcast, send us an email at [email protected], or send us a message directly on Spotify.

  • Ihr seid Freunde des schlechten Geschmacks? Ihr schaut gern Filme, die schon an einem absoluten Grundminimum an Qualität scheitern? Filme, die aber genau wegen ihrer schamlosen Ernsthaftigkeit (die nicht selten in unfreiwillige Komik mündet) einen unwiderstehlichen Charme mit sich bringen und kein kalkulierter Trash à la "Sharknado" sind? Dann seid ihr hier bei der richtigen Adresse gelandet!

    "Garbage Day" ist nämlich der wohl erste deutschsprachige Podcast, der sich ausschließlich der Subsparte der "so bad, it's good"-movies widmet und diese mit Leidenschaft zelebriert.

  • Im "Pixel-Popcorn-Podcast" beschäftigt sich Dominik Mark mit popkulturellen Phänomenen. Dabei spricht er mit interessanten Gästen und einer gehörigen Portion Nostalgie über Videospiele, Retro-Gaming, Filme sowie Serien und Streaming.

  • Dive into the Horror Dork Podcast. Hosted by the witty trio of Mr. Sir, Golden and Antheny, as they explore all the horror genre has to offer. Their unique mix of analysis and humor dissects themes, techniques, and those absurd moments that define the genre, offering a unique blend of expert analysis, comedic banter, and unconventional commentary that you won't find anywhere else. Their deep love for horror and chemistry makes for engaging, friend-like discussions. They promise entertainment, enlightenment, and occasional scares. A show where screams and laughs go hand in bloody hand.

  • Il titolo è "Ich bin dein vater" citazione tratta da "The Empire Strikes Back" (Star Wars) dalla frase di Dark Fener (Darth Vader in tedesco), ma il podcast è molto di più, ovvero è una simpatica conversazione tra padre, Matthias e figlio di 11 anni, Vincent su film, colonne sonore e serie tv. Rigorosamente in tedesco.

    The title is "Ich bin dein vater" quote taken from "The Empire Strikes Back" (Star Wars) from the phrase of Dark Vader (Darth Vader in German), but the podcast is much more, that is, it is a nice conversation between father, Matthias and 11-year-old son Vincent on films, soundtracks and TV series. Strictly in German.

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  • Vater und Sohn-Verhältnisse sind manchmal nicht ganz einfach. Was oftmals auch mit mangelnder Kommunikation zu tun hat. Was für Henni und Max Nachtsheim definitiv nicht gilt! Die quatschen miteinander. Über alles und jenes. In ihrem neuen Podcast ‚Wie Vater und Sohn!‘“



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  • Early Life and Childhood
    Jamie Foxx, born Eric Marlon Bishop on December 13, 1967, in Terrell, Texas, was destined for greatness from the very beginning. The second of two children born to Louise Annette Talley Dixon and Darrell Bishop, Jamie's life was shaped by the absence of his parents. His mother, Louise, was a homemaker and nursery operator, while his father, Darrell, worked as a stockbroker. However, shortly after Jamie's birth, his parents' marriage ended in divorce, and he was adopted and raised by his maternal grandparents, Mark and Estelle Talley.
    Growing up in the small town of Terrell, Jamie found solace and support in the love and guidance of his grandparents. Mark Talley, a yard worker, and Estelle, a domestic worker, instilled in Jamie the values of hard work, perseverance, and the importance of family. Jamie's upbringing was rooted in the Baptist faith, and he grew up singing in the church choir, where he discovered his love for music and performance.
    Despite the challenges of growing up without his biological parents, Jamie found ways to excel and pursue his passions. He was a talented athlete, playing basketball and football in high school. However, it was his love for music and entertainment that truly set him apart. Jamie's grandmother, Estelle, recognized his talent and encouraged him to pursue his dreams, often telling him, "You've got a gift, Jamie. Use it to make people happy."
    Education and Early Career
    After graduating from Terrell High School in 1986, Jamie enrolled at United States International University (now known as Alliant International University) in San Diego, California, on a music scholarship. He studied classical music and composition, honing his skills as a pianist and singer. However, Jamie's true calling was in the world of comedy and acting.
    In 1989, Jamie took a leap of faith and began performing stand-up comedy at open mic nights in San Diego. He quickly gained a reputation for his quick wit, energetic stage presence, and uncanny ability to impersonate celebrities. It was during this time that Jamie adopted the stage name "Jamie Foxx," a tribute to the comedian Redd Foxx.
    Jamie's comedy career began to take off, and he soon caught the attention of Hollywood. In 1991, he joined the cast of the sketch comedy show "In Living Color," where he showcased his comedic talents alongside future stars like Jim Carrey and Damon Wayans. Jamie's performances on the show earned him critical acclaim and a devoted fan base.
    Rise to Fame
    After his breakout success on "In Living Color," Jamie's career began to soar. He made his film debut in the 1992 comedy "Toys," starring alongside Robin Williams and Joan Cusack. While the film received mixed reviews, Jamie's performance was praised by critics, and it opened the door for more opportunities in Hollywood.
    In the years that followed, Jamie appeared in a string of successful films, including "The Truth About Cats & Dogs" (1996), "Booty Call" (1997), and "The Players Club" (1998). However, it was his role in the 1999 film "Any Given Sunday" that truly solidified his status as a rising star. Jamie played the role of Willie Beamen, a talented but troubled quarterback, opposite Al Pacino and Cameron Diaz. His performance earned him critical acclaim and established him as a serious dramatic actor.
    Alongside his burgeoning film career, Jamie also pursued his love for music. In 1994, he released his debut album, "Peep This," which showcased his talents as a singer and musician. The album received positive reviews and helped to establish Jamie as a multi-faceted entertainer.
    Television Success
    In 1996, Jamie landed his own television sitcom, "The Jamie Foxx Show," which aired on The WB network. The show, which Jamie co-created and starred in, followed the adventures of Jamie King, an aspiring actor and singer who works at his family's hotel in Los Angeles. The show was a ratings success and ran for five seasons, cementing Jamie's status as a television star.
    During his time on "The Jamie Foxx Show," Jamie continued to pursue his film career, appearing in movies like "Bait" (2000) and "Ali" (2001). However, it was his portrayal of Drew "Bundini" Brown in "Ali" that earned him critical acclaim and set the stage for his most iconic role to date.
    The Arrival of Ray Charles: A Career-Defining Performance
    In 2004, Jamie was cast as the legendary musician Ray Charles in the biographical film "Ray." The movie, directed by Taylor Hackford, chronicled the life and career of Charles, from his humble beginnings in Florida to his rise to fame as one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century.
    To prepare for the role, Jamie underwent a rigorous transformation, losing 30 pounds and studying Charles' mannerisms and musical style. He also worked closely with Charles himself, who served as a consultant on the film before his death in June 2004.
    Jamie's performance in "Ray" was nothing short of extraordinary. He captured the essence of Charles' musical genius, his struggles with addiction, and his enduring spirit. The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $75 million at the box office and earning Jamie widespread acclaim.
    At the 77th Academy Awards in February 2005, Jamie's portrayal of Ray Charles earned him the Academy Award for Best Actor, making him only the second African American actor to win the award in the Best Actor category, after Sidney Poitier in 1964. Jamie's emotional acceptance speech, in which he paid tribute to his grandmother and his journey from small-town Texas to Hollywood, was one of the highlights of the night.
    Continued Success and Versatility
    Following his triumph with "Ray," Jamie's career continued to flourish. He showcased his versatility as an actor in a wide range of roles, from the action thriller "Collateral" (2004) opposite Tom Cruise to the musical drama "Dreamgirls" (2006) alongside Beyoncé Knowles and Eddie Murphy.
    In "Collateral," Jamie played the role of Max, a cab driver who finds himself caught up in a deadly game of cat and mouse with a ruthless hitman played by Cruise. The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $200 million worldwide and earning Jamie a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
    In "Dreamgirls," Jamie portrayed Curtis Taylor Jr., a ruthless record executive who takes a talented girl group under his wing and leads them to stardom. The film, which was based on the Broadway musical of the same name, was a box office hit and earned Jamie a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
    Throughout the 2000s and 2010s, Jamie continued to showcase his range as an actor, appearing in a diverse array of films. He starred opposite Robert Downey Jr. in the action-comedy "Due Date" (2010), played a slave-turned-bounty-hunter in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" (2012), and portrayed a Death Row inmate in the powerful drama "Just Mercy" (2019).
    Musical Pursuits and Grammy Success
    Alongside his thriving acting career, Jamie also continued to pursue his passion for music. In 2005, he collaborated with rapper Kanye West on the hit song "Gold Digger," which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart and earned Jamie a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance.
    Jamie's success in the music industry continued with the release of his second studio album, "Unpredictable," in 2005. The album, which featured collaborations with artists like Ludacris, Mary J. Blige, and Snoop Dogg, debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
    In the years that followed, Jamie released three more studio albums: "Intuition" (2008), "Best Night of My Life" (2010), and "Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses" (2015). Each album showcased Jamie's talents as a singer and songwriter, blending elements of R&B, soul, and pop music.
    Personal Life and Philanthropy
    Despite his busy career, Jamie has always made time for his family and philanthropic pursuits. He has two daughters, Corinne and Annalise, and has spoken openly about the joys and challenges of fatherhood.
    In addition to his work in entertainment, Jamie is also a dedicated philanthropist. He has supported a wide range of charitable causes, including education, disaster relief, and HIV/AIDS awareness. In 2008, he founded the Jamie Foxx Foundation, which provides scholarships and support for students from underserved communities.
    Jamie has also been an advocate for social justice and racial equality. In the wake of the 2020 killing of George Floyd and the subsequent protests against police brutality and systemic racism, Jamie used his platform to speak out and call for change. He participated in several protests and rallies, and used his social media accounts to amplify the voices of activists and organizers.
    A Legacy of Excellence
    Throughout his career, Jamie Foxx has proven himself to be one of the most talented and versatile entertainers of his generation. From his early days as a stand-up comedian to his Academy Award-winning performance in "Ray," Jamie has consistently pushed himself to new heights and challenged expectations.
    His impact on popular culture is undeniable. He has inspired countless artists and performers, and his work has touched the lives of millions of fans around the world. Whether he's making us laugh, cry, or think, Jamie Foxx has a rare ability to connect with audiences on a deep and meaningful level.
    As he enters his fourth decade in the entertainment industry, Jamie shows no signs of slowing down. He continues to take on challenging and diverse roles, and his passion for music and philanthropy remains as strong as ever.
    In many ways, Jamie Foxx'


  • Selena Gomez Spreads Self-Love Message With New Single “Love On”
    Pop superstar Selena Gomez recently dropped an empowering new single titled “Love On” as she gears up to release her highly anticipated third solo studio album.
    Produced by renowned hitmaker Ian Kirkpatrick, “Love On” marks a musical departure from Gomez’s previous dance-pop sounds, opting for mellow R&B sonics instead. Lyrically, the breakup anthem champions walking away from unhealthy relationships to choose self-love and independence.
    Both thematically and sonically, “Love On” showcases the artistic evolution and renewal for Gomez after a difficult few years of health struggles. The affirming track lays the groundwork for her next musical era rooted in confidence and joy.
    Selena Gomez’s Tumultuous Years Preceding New Music
    Since rocketing to fame first as a Disney star and later as a chart-topping pop album artist, Selena Gomez has endured her share of challenges alongside success.
    After releasing two hit albums Kiss & Tell and Revival between 2009-2015, Gomez took a step back from music as she battled anxiety, depression and complications from lupus, an autoimmune disease that required a life-saving kidney transplant in 2017.
    She re-emerged triumphantly in 2020 with her acclaimed album Rare which documented her path to overcoming heartbreak. But soon after, the pandemic derailed touring plans just as Gomez began experiencing bipolar disorder symptoms.
    After four years since her last album, Gomez is now healthier and ready to create again on her terms. “Love On” kicks off her next chapter with themes of resilience and self-reliance.
    Maturing Sound and Outlook
    “Love On” represents a sonic maturation for Selena Gomez, veering away from the dance-pop production that dominated her past discography.
    Co-written by Gomez with hitmakers Amy Allen, Jonathan Bellion and Ian Kirkpatrick, the midtempo R&B ballad relies on subtle beats, delicate keys and snappy finger snaps. The laidback arrangement lets Gomez’s smoky, evocative vocals shine.
    Lyrically, “Love On” finds Gomez affirming choosing herself first after a failed romance singing: “No more waiting for the words, so called lеtting go... I know I'll bе okay even though it hurts”.
    The introspective, self-assured tone echoes Gomez entering a new artistic era defined by authenticity instead of chasing mainstream hits. “Love On” sets the stage for more vulnerability and sonic exploration.
    Empowering Self-Love Theme
    True to its title, “Love On” celebrates leaving behind negative relationships to prioritize loving yourself. Gomez explained it was inspired by her learning to end unhealthy patterns.
    Instead of reconciliation, the lyrics champion independence and inner resolve with uplifting refrain, “I'm gonna love on myself no matter what...Yeah, I'm gonna love on myself”.
    Written amidst the pandemic, the theme reflects Gomez emerging stronger by nurturing her wellbeing versus seeking validation externally. It promotes self-care both mentally and physically.
    For fans, “Love On” provides an inspirational anthem for embracing self-worth and freedom. Gomez role models prioritizing inner peace and joyful independence.
    Artistic Growth Through Music Video
    The music video for “Love On” further expands the track’s message through impressionistic visuals.
    It depicts Gomez lounging carefree in natural settings like fields and rivers, emphasizing themes of pastoral rebirth. The dreamlike visuals convey the euphoria of releasing anxiety to be present.
    Vibrant sun-soaked colors and Gomez’s unencumbered dancing represent lightness she’s found by loving herself first. The entire video channels cathartic emotional liberation in line with the song.
    By artistically rendering the feeling versus literally interpreting the lyrics, the video treatment shows Gomez’s creative maturation as both singer and filmmaker.
    Mainstream Success and Fan Praise
    Following its September 2022 release, “Love On” immediately resonated with pop listeners. It debuted at #1 on iTunes in multiple countries and entered Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
    Critics praised the relatable self-love theme and Gomez’s effortless, emotive vocals calling it a triumphant musical comeback. Fans celebrated the return of vulnerability seen in her 2015 album Revival.
    On social media, supporters voiced how the empowering lyrics encouraged them to put their needs first too. They applauded Gomez for once again leveraging music to offer hope during trying times in the world.
    Based on initial reception, “Love On” succeeds in marking an exciting new creative chapter for Selena Gomez rooted in confidence and healing.
    Follow-Up to Critically Acclaimed Album Rare
    “Love On” has built momentum as the first single from Gomez’s upcoming third studio album, following 2020's acclaimed Rare.
    Her previous effort earned Gomez her first #1 Billboard album debut thanks to the record-breaking singles “Lose You To Love Me” and “Look At Her Now.” Rare gave fans a cathartic deep-dive into her emotional state post-breakup, showcasing stirring vulnerability.
    By contrast, “Love On” presents Gomez content and in control after doing the inward work Rare initiated. She has found fulfillment on her own terms.
    Longtime fans recognize Gomez is entering a happier phase paralleled by her optimistic musical outlook. They eagerly await a full album continuing these positive narratives.
    Signaling New Era of Selena Gomez Music
    Throughout her career evolution from child star to pop sensation, Selena Gomez has grown immensely as an artist and person. “Love On” demonstrates this maturity in both substance and style.
    The track establishes a more sophisticated sonic direction guided by raw lyricism instead of chasing hits. It also sets the stage for more honesty in her music as Gomez focuses on emotional health and self-discovery.
    Whereas past albums centered romantic relationships, heartbreak and healing, her next record has potential to explore self-love, resilience and identity now that Gomez has become grounded in who she is.
    “Love On” suggests audiences can expect more genre-spanning versatility, vulnerable storytelling and messages of empowerment when Gomez’s new album arrives. The era is distinctly hers to own and promises to reveal even more artistic facets of this multifaceted star.
    Global Pop Stardom Through Multifaceted Pursuits
    Beyond just music, Selena Gomez remains one of the most influential all-around entertainers of her generation based on her diverse creative résumé:
    - Actress – Gomez first drew fans as a Disney Channel sitcom star before expanding into grittier film roles in projects like Spring Breakers and The Dead Don't Die. Upcoming releases include the mystery thriller Dollhouse.
    - Producer – She produces the hit Netflix teen drama 13 Reasons Why and comedy series Only Murders in the Building starring Steve Martin.
    - Entrepreneur – Gomez founded the successful makeup brand Rare Beauty focused on celebrating uniqueness and mental health.
    - Activist – She uses her voice to advocate for causes like immigrant rights and mental health access through campaigns like the Rare Impact Fund.
    - Social Media Mogul – With over 350 million collective followers, Gomez is the most-followed woman in the world on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook and Twitter.
    Her commitment to acting, producing and activism beyond music solidifies Gomez as a multi-hyphenate pop culture icon. “Love On” hints at more creative fruits soon to come from this diverse star.
    Conclusion With vulnerable new single “Love On,” Selena Gomez declares she’s entered a confident new era defined by self-love and personal fulfillment. The midtempo ballad champions emotional independence through a relatable, healing lens that resonates widely with fans.
    Both the track and accompanying video usher in artistic rebirth and promise even more expressive, empowering music is coming soon when Gomez releases her next studio album. “Love On” proves her songwriting continues maturing towards catchy yet substantial pop anthems.
    As Gomez flourishes across entertainment realms, this latest hit single cements her status as a role model for self-care on your own terms. By loving on herself first, she inspires fans worldwide to nurture their inner joy as well. Gomez continues evolving gracefully into one of music's most compassionate, resilient pop saviors. Thanks for listening to Quiet Please. Remember to like and share wherever you get your podcasts. And Hey! History buffs, buckle up! Talking Time Machine isn't your dusty textbook lecture. It's where cutting-edge AI throws wild interview parties with history's iconic figures. In the Talking Time Machine podcast: History Gets a High-Tech Twist, Imagine: Napoleon Bonaparte talking French Politics with Louis the 14th! This podcast is futuristically insightful. Our AI host grills historical legends with questions based on real historical context, leading to surprising, thought-provoking, and often mind-blowing answers. Whether you're a history geek, a tech junkie, or just love a good interview, Talking Time Machine has something for you. Talking Time Machine: search, subscribe and (Listen Now!)

  • Hey, cool dass du es bis hierhin geschafft hast. Wir sind 3 junge Filmemacher aus Deutschland, die sich vor einiger Zeit zusammen gesetzt haben um etwas zu schaffen. Unser Ziel dabei ist alles mögliche was uns in den Weg gestellt wird als Team zu meistern. Sachen anzupacken. Und vielleicht irgendwann deutsche Filme zu produzieren, ohne dass es nur Deutsche anspricht. Wir wollen euch mitnehmen auf unserer Reise in die Zukunft.

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