Troy and Gabriella don't do much talking in Minute 71 of High School Musical 2. Instead Chandra and Tyler, the Amateur Nerds, talk about their relationship, the summer, and the writing of the movie. Wildcat Minute is a production of the Amateur Nerds. Rate, review, subscribe, tell your friends! Follow us on Twitter @amateurnerds Email us email@example.com Logo by @tgoldenart Music by Joe Winslow
In this episode, Ben and Jenn discuss why it's called Mona Lisa Smile, how art is utilized in the movie, and feminism as a theme in the movie and in the art world. Don't forget to follow us on our socials-Twitter: GoodChemPod-Instagram: GoodChemPod-TikTok: GoodChemPodSend us your thoughts and comments: firstname.lastname@example.org
Training WheelsPrepare Your Child for a Life of Service to GodRead or WatchImagine if your job was to take care of a priceless work of art. When da Vinci painted the world's most beloved portrait, he couldn't have known that over six million people would flock to see that famous, enigmatic, Mona Lisa smile every year. Experts say it's worth over $860 million — a treasure the Louvre staff have the immense responsibility of protecting and sharing with the world. But we're called to take care of even greater masterpieces, created by an Artist beyond comparison. So before we send our children into the world, let's prepare them for a life dedicated to their Maker.The Big IdeaGod made our kids for his glory, not ours. Though we're glad they belong to us, we want them to belong to him. As Hannah said, "For this child I prayed, and the Lord has granted me my petition that I made to him. Therefore I have lent him to the Lord. As long as he lives, he is lent to the Lord" (1 Sam. 1:27-28). Hannah didn't know who Samuel would become or his significance in God's work. But she dedicated him to God and instilled a sense of identity as God's servant.God knew our kids before we did, forming them "fearfully and wonderfully" in the womb. All their days are in his book (Psalm 139:1-5, 13-15). He's the source, the vine that'll make their lives fruitful. And as they abide in him, he'll answer their prayers and keep them in his love (John 15:4-10). When they believe God works mightily in them (Eph. 3:20; Phil. 2:13), it changes how they see themselves.Devote your kids to God in your heart, training them in his way, surrendering their future to his care, and praying for his will to be done in their lives. We're stewards entrusted with these precious souls, readying them for life beyond our care. So as we receive children from the Lord, may they give themselves to him.The Big QuestionDo you see yourself as a steward, preparing your kids for life without you?Support the Show
004: Mona Lisa Smile (2003) versus Dead Poets Society (1989)
Temples Made With Hands
In this episode I compare the teachers of two movies, Mona Lisa Smile’s firebrand Catherine Watson and Dead Poets Society’s damp squib John Keating. I treat the listener to my half-baked opinions on the philosophy of education, as well as throwing scorn on the discrepancy between the stakes of both movies.Timestamps: 00:50 Introduction; or, Let Me Tell You My Thoughts On Modern Art (And Education)11: 24 Mona Lisa Smile; or, A Trojan Horse Book Report On The Feminine Mystique21:42 Dead Poets Society; or, Will This Be On The Exam?41:47 Conclusion; or, A Shout-Out To An Inspirational Teacher Who Probably Just Wanted Me To Shut Up Podcast transcript with references: https://templesmadewithhands.wordpress.com/Twitter: @tmwhpodcastInstagram: @templesmadewithhands_podcastPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/templesmadewithhands?fan_landing=trueEmail: email@example.comMusic credits: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3338-achaidh-cheideSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/templesmadewithhands?fan_landing=true)
Mona Lisa Smile was a 2003 movie about women's education in the 1950s, and it was also the first Julia Roberts drama to spectacularly fail. We talk a lot about the negative reception to the film – in some cases, the negative reception from the cast itself. We discuss movies about education, and why no one ever seems to have quite the same high standards of filmmaking when it comes to making movies about men. We also talk about women who act against their own best interests, TERFs, evolving view points and whether Giselle would write a sex book. This one goes all over the shop but it's a really cosy and fun talk, just like the film! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mona Lisa Smile (2003) - Morgan Hasn't Seen: Teacher Movies EP133
It's A Wonderful Podcast
Welcome back to Morgan Hasn't Seen with Jeannine Brice & Morgan Robinson!! The Teacher Movies series comes to an emotional end on this week's show as Jeannine and Morgan talk another wonderfully different variation on the teacher genre, one that includes plenty of coming of age elements from the students and deeply thoughtful themes of femininity and womanhood; MONA LISA SMILE (2003) starring Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst, Maggie Gyllenhaal & Julia Stiles!! Get ready for the hauntings all October!! Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ItsAWonderful1 Remember to leave those five star ratings and reviews!! MORGAN HASN'T SEEN SHIRTS (designed by Jeannine): https://www.teepublic.com/user/g9design Sub to the feed and download now on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts & more and be sure to rate, review and SHARE AROUND!! Keep up with us on Twitter: Podcast: https://twitter.com/ItsAWonderful1 Morgan: https://twitter.com/Th3PurpleDon Jeannine: https://twitter.com/JeannineDaBean_ Keep being wonderful!!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsawonderfulpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsawonderfulpodcast/support
Benvenuti nella raccolta in formato Podcast delle puntate di #CloseUp, a cura di Matteo Righi, aka Houssy. #CloseUp è la rubrica di recensioni cinematografiche in onda su Radio Italia Anni 60 Emilia-Romagna.