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The Foundation Trilogy concists of: 1. Foundations 2. Foundation and Empire 3. Second Foundation The Foundation Trilogy is an epic science fiction series written over a span of forty-four years by Isaac Asimov. It consists of seven volumes that are closely linked to each other, although they can be read separately. The series is highly acclaimed, winning the one-time Hugo Award for "Best All-Time Series" in 1966.
 
Use the skills of connection, communication, and cooperation to inspire customers, colleagues, friends, and family to say YES! The Trilogy of Yes (TM) Podcast is hosted by Andy Olen. Andy is a business executive, public speaker, and author. His easy-to-use and powerful Trilogy of Yes insights will help you succeed in business and in life.
 
A comedy podcast about things that are actually sad. Alice Fraser brings you a series of three solo stand-up shows, that explore the boundary between comedy and tragedy. You’ll meet her family, her foes and the extremely strange community she grew up in. Each show is in two acts, it will make more sense if you choose Act 1 first.
 
This is the story of Harper Rose, a local Sheriff hunting down killers in the United Cities of America. Harper lives in a world set one thousand years in the future, a world ravaged by global warming, but Harper doesn't know that. In fact, nobody does. In Harper's world, everyone prays to the Goddess Gara, but no one seems to question why. Season 1 follows Harper as she hunts down a killer that is killing women all over New York City, with the help of law legend Sheriff Kane. In Season 2, Ha ...
 
Dark Quest is the second volume of the Targa Trilogy, which is the cornerstone of the epic fantasy Alcea Collection which spans seventeen volumes in three series. The Targa Trilogy began with Origin Scroll. The evil magician, Sarac, has been banished to another Universe, but his followers strive to free him. Sarac’s assistant. Mordac, gathers hundreds of dark magicians and instructs them to gather every book in the world, no matter what it takes. While his minions brutally execute his orders ...
 
Ages ago, elves and dwarves unknowingly migrated between Universes via a Junction. Jenneva and Egam believe they have found a Junction and plan a trip with Alexander to test the theory and investigate the origins of the elves and dwarves. Because they believe that the perennial animosity between the two races is due to misunderstandings about their histories, the mages include the prince of elves and the prince of dwarves in the group. Trouble begins at the very start of the journey as Egam ...
 
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Not since the hosts of this very podcast has there been a more handsome team-up. Slightly better hair on Leo and Brad, though. We should hate them. But we don't. Although it took one host a few rides out to the squatters known as the Manson family before it clicked. This Brad Pitt guy really IS incredibly handsome. And cool. We should just hang out…
 
Your much beloved hosts team up to take down a cannibal... ... and also Guy Ritchie's film adaptation of THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. which is just silly. Silly in that the sell by date for this particular IP is well past relevancy? Silly in that we find it more absurd than our previous selected film which features a shapeshifting martian saving the wor…
 
One host gets his way to take this podcast direct-to-video... ...and then keeps apologizing for it. Is it because he does not enjoy our selection of JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE NEW FRONTIER? No. But he does admit that his reasoning is he bought a new toy to sit on his shelf and so here we are as we kick off a team-up trilogy with Darywn Cooke's all-hands-o…
 
We restrain ourselves... in a trilogy on film love excess. The three films selected not only are a celebration of three prior months/trilogies on this podcast... I'll wait as you go back and download every single episode. Ahem... THEY ARE ALSO doing a cover of sort of The Master of Suspense as we get callbacks to PSYCHO in Brian De Palma's DRESSED …
 
We take a trip based solely on our love for pudding. And also Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO. And Woody Allen's BLUE JASMINE... or Cate Blanchett's BLUE JASMINE if you'd rather. But in a third act twist (and one host hates that it comes to this) you have our resident Criterion Collection hater who waits for our wrap-up show to finally warm to Paul Thoma…
 
In which Cate Blanchett has more than a few financial problems but is still better off than people who spend their time podcasting. Anytime now, Spotify. Anyway... Ms. Blanchett is great here. As is Sally Hawkins. And we suppose the director (WHO SHALL REMAIN NAMELESS) does some fine work as well. Casting Louis CK as The Other Man was a curious cho…
 
In which we wonder what Paul Thomas Anderson saw in BILLY MADISON and/or HAPPY GILMORE. And we don't stop questioning universally sanctioned arbiters of taste! One host continues to take the Criterion Collection to task for their choices while the other questions his co-host's mentioning of THE BIG BANG THEORY in relation to the modern classic that…
 
In which we wonder if there is anything left to say about PSYCHO... and then spend a half hour talking about PSYCHO. But mainly this episode is about one question... when is the right time to watch PSYCHO? And also... do spoilers matter for a film like this that has influenced so much that came after? And the answer is now. And spoilers don't matte…
 
In which one host still just wants to talk about ALIENS and refuses to honor mothers. As much as I love throwing my co-host under the bus in these show notes (as it truly is the only contribution I make to this podcast) I believe he will suffer no hardship this week. For neither of our mothers listen to this show. However YOU, dear listener, can fi…
 
Lively. Kendrick. Mike. Web. But only one has a helium tank at the ready. We conclude our mothers trilogy the only way we know how. Support what we do with bonus content and early episodes on Patreon Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @trilogyintheory Tweet at your hosts: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Letterboxd: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Artwork by…
 
In which we talk about one man's continued hatred for films in The Criterion Collection. When faced with a film tackling the war on drugs... what do the hosts of TRILOGY IN THEORY focus on? A teenage addiction to SUNCOAST VIDEO. Being ashamed to take one's kid brother to Steven Soderbergh's slightly more enjoyable film OUT OF SIGHT. And of course n…
 
In which we praise sequels... the few that are good. We kick off a new month of a TRILOGY IN THEORY by starting in the middle of the story, specifically with James Cameron's ALIENS. Taking over for Ridley Scott (something we decree to happen again! thank you, ALIEN: COVENANT box-office...) this time we find Ripley as the woman in the room who knows…
 
Never before have you heard anyone repeat themselves on a podcast. Right? We never promised to break new ground on TRILOGY IN THEORY... which means we are very comfortable with a theme on directors repeating prior works in their filmography with a trilogy of CLERKS 2, DRAG ME TO HELL and BOYHOOD. Kevin Smith, Sam Raimi and Richard Linklater had no …
 
In which one host learns just what those crazy teenagers have been up to all these years. Never before has a Criterion Collection been more educational than when one host was appalled to learn about... underage drinking. More revelations would follow as we discussed Richard Linklater's BOYHOOD but also some accusations. Such as... Does the boy in B…
 
In which we judge an old lady for judging Alison Lohman. It's a tradition on TRILOGY IN THEORY (and in particular this month) to rewatch films that are decidedly unpleasant. Sam Raimi does not disappoint in that regard as he returned to his roots of gross-out gags and humorous horror and boy do we feel sorry for Alison Lohman for being the recipien…
 
In which we express concern for Rosario Dawson's love life. On this podcast there is one Dante and one Randal... and absolutely no Rosario Dawson around. Kevin Smith kicks off our trilogy of returns with his return to CLERKS 2 and we find that much like the film itself, coming back to these characters changes with age. But we still feel bad for Ros…
 
This Will Be A Pleasant Bit of Unpleasantness. Whenever a podcast opens with a Monty Python sketch... show notes must come in to apologize to our dear listeners. And also to assure them that it will end. It will all end. We celebrate another three months of trilogies in theory by going back to our opening to 2021 with End of the World Speeches... o…
 
In which we want movies to stop fighting with each other. And so they do! For this is the wrap-up to our versus trilogy which includes so much hyper-masculinity that it this episodes has no choice but to be our most sexual. Woody Harrelson as a pornographer freedom fighter in THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLYNT! Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck dismissing the p…
 
In which two film dorks DON'T talk cars. FORD v FERRARI was known as The Great Dad Movie of 2019. Well, one of your hosts is a father and he took offense. The other host finds kids offensive but bad movie takes on Twitter even worse. So we get our revenge! Taking on the world that apparently hated this 92% Rotten Tomatoes score, Academy Award Best …
 
In which we release our Ultimate Edition Snyder Cut of something shorter. Much shorter. Don't @ us #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. But thanks for the download! In this episode we explore more ugliness in movies vs... reason and logic. Oh and also BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE... a film where having a conversation is mostly ignored for more glowering (an…
 
In which we discover that free speech is unpleasant. And also we have dirty minds. But the blame does not lie with us. Oh no, dear listeners! For the crafting of devious young thoughts we must give credit where credit is due. To one of the greatest Kentuckians who had the pleasure of being played by a man who likes getting arrested in the Bluegrass…
 
In which we conclude that GET SHORTY is the end of cinema. Woody Allen is a controversial figure in film... but also has had a professional life of much critical acclaim. Quentin Tarantino may have a bit of an ego in that massive head of his. And with good reason! He also has lived the life of a critical darling since arriving on the scene with RES…
 
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