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One Minute of Rocky at a Time

Usually, we review an entire movie. But recently I got to be a guest on “Rocky Minute” The daily podcast in which hosts Doug Greenberg and Jason Hanes knockout the Rocky films one minute at a time. Apparently, Dueling Genre is a whole network of shows that are just people analyzing a movie 60 seconds at a clip.

Thanks to past guest and FOH (friend of the host), Paul Sullivan, I got to be on three days in a row. I had a good time. All three episodes are a fun listen. Here are one or two episodes that I was on. Not sure how many I’ll post. But please check them out and take a listen.

Here’s a review of “Rocky IV” I did on this show with Adam Felber and Rico Gagliano. 

Doug Greenberg and Jason Hanes


Michael Keaton is “Jack Frost” w/ Bret Berg

Michael Keaton, before he wreview180-jackfrost1998-panel2as “The Founder,” he was “Jack Frost.” We talk to one of the writers of the film and review the movie!

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Fall TV 2012 w/ Marc Berman

Fall  TV 2012 w/ Marc Berman

It’s our 3rd annual Fall TV Preview. Marc Berman talks about the highs and lows of the fall TV season.

The first show to be cancelled? Will “Nashville” work? Will the Flintstones return?

The breakout hit of the season? Is the CW going out of business?

Do shows with Monkeys work?

TV Media Insights’ Marc Berman will tell you!

Next week we interview from MST3000, Kevin Smith aka “Tom Servo.”

More TV centered Episodes on Proudly Resents:

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“The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh” & “Jack Frost”

“The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh” & “Jack Frost”

Double Feature! Jeff Cesario (“Jack Frost”) and Paul Sullivan (Bonnie Hunt Show) join us (that’s me) to talk about the 1977 sports classic “The Fish that saved Pittsburgh.” The 70’s basketball comedy without Gabe Kaplan.

Also Jeff discloses that beside writing The Oscars and Dennis Miller he co- wrote “Jack Frost…” (record Scratch) WHAT!?!!? You mean the one where Michael Keaton dies and turns into a snowman so he can bond with his son? Why aren’t we doing that film? Well we ask him all about it.

So laugh at the 70’s style and bad acting of some of the greatest athletes ever, hear my silence while Paul and Jeff talk sports, see the backstage workings of a show about the back stage workings of a show and melt that frozen heart and hear how they made a man into a snowman. (Spoilers: Badly)

Check out Sully talk about the Steven Segal classic The Glimmer Man.
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