Episode 35 - Jackie Chan - Police Story/Police Story 2...The Hand Of Death makes an entrance too
The Film Detectives bring you an educational episode discussing the films that got Jackie Chan's career started, Police Story, Police Story 2, and The Hand of Death (Bonus movie which we briefly talk about). Dive in and explore world of martial arts.
Ep. 6: Jackie Chan gets Therapy from Mark Ruffalo and Gigantic Criminal Otters
Free Fourm Podcast
Welcome to episode six of the least harmful show on the internet!In this episode we talk about why everyone should be afraid of otters, what makes animals different from each other, and how Jackie Chan is a treasure in Rush Hour. This one is a throwback to July of this summer, before Dallas left for Oklahoma. (Zach was having technical difficulties with his mic and fixes it towards the end - hopefully you can hear him ok).No otters were harmed in the making of this podcast.Twitter: https://twitter.com/FreeFourmRSS Feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1859835.rssFree Fourm Website: https://freefourmpodcast.buzzsprout.com
Andy Cheng Pt 1: Shang Chi Fight Coordinator, Jackie Chan Horse Fights, & The Beauty of Hong Kong Filmmaking
Action Filmmaking Decoded- The Story of Action Films
Welcome to the final stretch of Shang Chi Week! This week featured Joseph Le and Vi-Dan Tran. Today, we are… Introducing: Andy Cheng. He is known as fight coordinator for Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. He is also a veteran of the Jackie Chan Stunt Team working on films such as Who Am I, Mr Nice Guy, Shanghai Noon, and Rush Hour 1 & 2. Other works of his include: Into the Badlands, The Rundown, Scorpion King, and 6 Underground. In this episode, Andy regails us with his exploits as a Tae Kwon Do athlete and Bronze medalist. He’s been knocked out, knocked out others, and even had to fight his own teammate on TV! He also details his younger years imitating Jackie Chan stunts with his friends, including one near-death experience involving a loose pipe on the top of a building. We talk about the blending of action movie styles for Shang Chi and break down scenes from the Jackie Chan film Mr. Nice Guy, including the horse carriage scene which resulted in someone “breaking their head.” We look at the construction site scene too, a scene that had the team filming absolutely nothing for two straight days as Jackie sat and thought about the sequence. Andy also tells us about living with Jackie and throwing a Tomahawk at Jackie’s head! In Part II, we’ll be breaking down other Jackie Chan works like Who Am I and Rush Hour 1 & 2, Andy Cheng’s works featuring Dwayne Johnson including The Getaway and Scorpion King, as well as his work on Michael Bay’s 6 Underground. We also cover Andy’s amazing fights on AMC’s Into the Badlands and, of course, dive into Shang Chi. Join us as we chat with Andy Cheng: Taekwondo Champion, Stunt Golf Champion, Action Filmmaking Champion - Edited by Luigi Hernandez If you enjoyed this episode, you can support us at Patreon.com/actionfilmmaking. Subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or the podcast app of your choice. Find us at actiondecoded.com or on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok at @actionfilmmakingpodcast Until next time, thanks for listening.
Vi-Dan Tran & Joseph Le Pt 1: Shang Chi Action Designers, Jackie Chan Stunt Team, & Making an Action Musical
Action Filmmaking Decoded- The Story of Action Films
Welcome to Shang Chi Week! We’ll be releasing Shang Chi action team interviews today, Wednesday, and Friday! Introducing: Joseph Le & Vi-Dan Tran. Both were action designers on Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Vi-Dan is a member of the Jackie Chan Stunt Team. His works include The Foreigner, Bleeding Steel, and Into the Badlands as well as his original fan films such as Cyberpunk 2077: Phoenix Program and Darth Maul: Apprentice. Joseph Le is also know for fan films such as Mulan: An East Side Story and Afro Samurai Champloo as well as many action comedy videos with Martial Club. In this episode, we talk about getting involved with Shang Chi, working with Brad Allan, and putting your emotions aside in order to rapidly iterate. Then, we take deep dives into some of our guests’ biggest fan films. Mulan: An East Side Story is an action-musical mashup combining Mulan and West Side Story. Joseph tells us about the short’s music and cocaine kicks. Vi-Dan tells us all about his 40+ minute sci fi action fan film Cyberpunk 2077: Phoenix Program. He tells us about the Keanu Reeves inspiration and how he built out a whole world starting from a single video game trailer. Stay tuned for Part II releasing this Wednesday, in which we break down the action of Shang Chi, discuss Spider-Man a whole bunch, and bring our guests through the Five Second Fight Club! Join us as we chat with Joseph Le & Vi-Dan Tran: Shang Chi brothers in arms. - Edited by Luigi Hernandez If you enjoyed this episode, you can support us at Patreon.com/actionfilmmaking. Subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or the podcast app of your choice. Find us at actiondecoded.com or on Instagram and Facebook at @actionfilmmakingpodcast Until next time, thanks for listening.
In Part 5 of their ongoing series to crown the Greatest Action Star Ever, Scott and Mike talk the man who redefined action cinema as we know it, became synonymous with Hong Kong action, and inspired an entire generation of stunt and action fans. It's the one and only Jackie Chan.
Buddy Comedies and Jackie Chan’s Charisma (ft. Preston Geer and Emily Bolt)
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a good belly laugh must be worth a million dollars. We are making it rain on this episode as we talk buddy comedies! We are here to answer important questions like: what truly makes us laugh, what makes a solid friendship, and which characters and jokes stand the test of time? Enter lovely couple Emily Bolt and Preston Geer. Emily is an improviser and actor, and Preston is a screenwriter, actor, and producer. Together they are the dynamically funny hosts of the What’s Your Movie podcast. With expert help from Preston and Emily, we chat about what quotable dialogue make us laugh the hardest, which fictional pals remain unmatched, and why the chemistry between Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker is impressively magical. This delightful episode will hit you in the heart not here, or here so much, but riiight here. Making us laugh and capturing our hearts this week: Lloyd and Harry (Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels) of Dumb and Dumber, Seth and Evan (Jonah Hill and Michael Cera) of Superbad, and Lee and Carter (Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker) of the Rush Hour trilogy. This week’s small business shout-out: Semicolon Books (Chicago) __ Show Information Crush Fictionally is produced by Peter Byrnes. Original music by Edith Mudge. Artwork by Rose Feduk. Have a crush-worthy episode idea? Slide into those DMs... Instagram: @crushfictionally Twitter: @crushfctionally Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 101 - Police Story (1985) directed by Jackie Chan
Bolehland - Asian Movie Podcast
Probably not as impressive as smashing through a bajillion glass panels or jumping off a mile high ledge right into the centre of a shopping mall concourse, but in keeping with the indomitable spirit of Police Story, Fais and Weej soldier through teething technical issues in the recording of our very first episode discussing the legendary Hong Kong flick. We each give our impressions of the film, chat about its story structure, themes and cinematography, as well as the various production challenges its filmmakers had to overcome. Bolehland's Objective Rating: 6/10, Contextual Rating: 10/10. Agree or disagree, your thoughts and comments are always welcome. You can reach us at email@example.com.