Friday, January 11, 2008

Listen. Love. Subscribe.


I've received a few notes from people who've listened to the brand new TFE podcast and for those who've given me feedback, I thank you. It's much appreciated. If your ears are still untouched by the starlight twinkle of Marisa Tomei's laughter, what are you waiting for? Click on over to iTunes and subscribe so you can hear the interview. It's free. If you don't have iTunes you can get the enhanced podcast (with photos) with an RSS feed here. And if you don't know what the hell I'm talking about with iTunes this and RSS that, you can simply listen to or download the mp3 version right here.

I'm hoping to have episode 2 out at the end of the month. But you know how notorious those sophomore projects are...

10 comments:

Ashley said...

Nathaniel--I do know what these are like--and readers--they take forever!!! But just subscribe to Nathaniel's podcast and when he releases and episode each one will be like a little gift! We need to support great "web artists" like Nathaniel!!

Hedwig said...

Subscribed! I'm going to be spending a lot of time in the train in the next few weeks, so you couldn't have started at a better time ;-)

Anonymous said...

Off topic: the year 2004 has disappeared from your review archives.

Rural Juror said...

I like your voice Nathaniel.

Great interview. I can't believe I missed this movie

NATHANIEL R said...

well it had a tiny release so it's obviously going to be a DVD grower. I'm not a huge fan of the movie but some people rabidly love it so it's probably going to be much bigger in the home market

Derek said...

Nat- finally got around to listening to this! Great job. SOOO entertaining. Your interview with Marisa was very professional, it was entertaining and funny and you asked great questions. Then with Nick and Joe on the SAG noms, it was like listening to all the online conversations I have with movie buddies. Great job! Can't wait for the next episode.

Kurtis O said...

I finally listened to your podcast, and I must say, it was mighty interesting to put a voice to a face after nearly 2 years of reading. You and Ms. Tomei had a nice rapport. I enjoyed it.

JA said...

Nat, I just want to thank you (and Joe and Nick and Marisa) for taking my mind off of my flight home last evening. I'm like a little bundle of white-knuckled terror whenever I fly, but y'all distracted me enough so I stayed sane. Mostly. I only gouged out the eyes of one flight attendant! So yay y'all!

tutu said...

I love Marisa tomey, There is another actress that looks just like her. She is a newcomer her name is Neisha Alvarado. I fell in love with her too just because she looks a little bit like Marisa.

cslewisfan said...

Wonderful interview, first audio piece I've heard with Marisa. I have read various interviews with the actress, but you don't always know how to take a written comment. To hear her voice tells so much.

I've read that Marisa loathes the "cutie pie" roles as she calls them. Hearing her replies to your questions I see why. She is intelligent, real, and cares tremendously about what she does. Though she has so much more talent and versatility than such roles demand, I wonder if she realizes why folks want her to keep doing them. I just saw the '93 movie "Untamed Heart". Regardless of how people rated the storyline, I thought Marisa pulled off an amazing performance. I don't know if she would consider her character in this fairy-tale romance to be one of those "saccharine" roles (her words again). She not only showed a versatile and wide range of expression and emotion, but in everything a beautiful heart came shining through. I wondered, "is that just great acting or is there really that kind of life and love down there, underneath, bubbling up into the character Caroline?"

After hearing the real Tomei in your excellent interview (with that same wonderful laughter, sincerity, honesty, and heart) I am prone to believe that at her core Marisa really is that sweet and kind. Yes, and intelligent, extremely talented, versatile and so very capable. But I had to fall in love with her a little bit just hearing her "in person".