Levine and Mastrangelo… Reviews including the 30th Anniversary screening of Ivan Reitman’s GHOSTBUSTERS, the Alfred Molina/John Lithgow Film, LOVE IS STRANGE and much more…. This weeks TOP 6: TOP 6 BAD COPS IN FILM.. (They are corrupt, breaking the law and damn well know it). Which would you choose? Filmfustians@hotmail.com
When Kate was thirty-three years old, a married Mom whose daughters Rachel and Stephanie were 18 months and 3 years old respectively, she suffered a massive stroke, paralyzing her from head to toe. Today, Kate’s left arm remains paralyzed, walking is still a major effort and stroke-resultant depression is a frequent visitor. Steve interviews Kate Adamson, author of Paralyzed but not Powerless, about her excruciatingly slow and courageous journey from despair to hope, then to recovery and finally to truly making a difference in the lives of many others.
In this week’s show, we look at the words which have become popular in the noughties (AWESOME!) and the ones which have fallen out of favour (Marmalade…). Plus, Hero’s aeolipile – which predated the industrial revolution by 2000 years, yet another terrible reason to repeal America’s gun laws, and we tread carefully into rape legislation. Sometimes serious, sometimes not, we always welcome your opinion email@example.com
Reviews including… Robert Rodriguez’s and Frank Miller’s SIN CITY 2: A DAME TO KILL FOR and Terry Gilliam’s THE ZERO THEOREM. This week’s TOP 6: THE TOP 6 FILMS ADAPTED FROM CHILDREN’S LITERATURE.
With Dina Losito and Jon DeWoll.
As a young, ambitious rabbi at one of New York’s largest synagogues, Charles Sherman had high expectations for what his future would hold—a happy and healthy family, professional success, and recognition. Then, early one morning in 1986, everything changed. His son Eyal spiked a fever and was soon in serious respiratory distress. Doctors discovered a lesion on the four-year-old’s brain stem. Following high-risk surgery, Eyal suffered a stroke. Rabbi Sherman and his wife later learned that their son would never walk, talk, feed himself, or breathe on his own again—yet his mind was entirely intact. He was still the curious, intelligent boy they had always known. Steve interviews Rabbi Charles S. Sherman, author of The Broken and The Whole: Discovering Joy after Heartbreak.
With Justin Levine, Sharon the Gossip Mom, Jennifer Miller Saunders and Jon DeWoll’s news.
In this week’s slightly truncated show from Fevzi and Nick: man v. machine (man wins), man v food (food wins) and death by text message. Plus: ISIS and the Terrorism Act, we wish happy birthday to Ebay, and we have our revenge on Scotland . Tell us what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Mastrangelo and Mr. Kirchhoff.. Reviews including THE EXPENDABLES 3, THE TRIP TO ITALY, LOCKE, PROXY and more. Join us in celebrating not only the career but the TOP 6 PERFORMANCES FROM ROBIN WILLIAMS.