35 Burst results for "1984"

Coarse Language (MM #3942)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Coarse Language (MM #3942)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I realize a lot has changed, just during my lifetime, let alone the last hundred years. What I was wondering about coarse language, curse words, if you will, cuss words, call them what you want. I won't say them here because we keep this G rated. But do they matter as much anymore? Does it really matter if you hear a song on the radio that's got curse words in it? Reason I asked the other day I was listening to SiriusXM and they played an old prince song. A song I've owned for a good 35 years? Almost 40 years now. It was called erotic city between him and Sheila E., I've had it since like 1984 with 1985 when it came out, and it says the F word numerous times throughout. Now I've heard it many times over the years uncensored on the radio. But the other day, they censored it. They edited out the words and really made it sound bad. And it kind of threw me for a loop because I'd never heard the song that way. I realized I'm not sensitive to those words. They don't bother me if they still bother some people. But do they matter as much now as they used to? Do those words that are considered coarse language matter as much anymore? I'm asking because I really don't know.

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Coarse Language (MM #3942)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Coarse Language (MM #3942)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I realize a lot has changed, just during my lifetime, let alone the last hundred years. What I was wondering about coarse language, curse words, if you will, cuss words, call them what you want. I won't say them here because we keep this G rated. But do they matter as much anymore? Does it really matter if you hear a song on the radio that's got curse words in it? Reason I asked the other day I was listening to SiriusXM and they played an old prince song. A song I've owned for a good 35 years? Almost 40 years now. It was called erotic city between him and Sheila E., I've had it since like 1984 with 1985 when it came out, and it says the F word numerous times throughout. Now I've heard it many times over the years uncensored on the radio. But the other day, they censored it. They edited out the words and really made it sound bad. And it kind of threw me for a loop because I'd never heard the song that way. I realized I'm not sensitive to those words. They don't bother me if they still bother some people. But do they matter as much now as they used to? Do those words that are considered coarse language matter as much anymore? I'm asking because I really don't know.

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Coarse Language (MM #3942)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Coarse Language (MM #3942)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I realize a lot has changed, just during my lifetime, let alone the last hundred years. What I was wondering about coarse language, curse words, if you will, cuss words, call them what you want. I won't say them here because we keep this G rated. But do they matter as much anymore? Does it really matter if you hear a song on the radio that's got curse words in it? Reason I asked the other day I was listening to SiriusXM and they played an old prince song. A song I've owned for a good 35 years? Almost 40 years now. It was called erotic city between him and Sheila E., I've had it since like 1984 with 1985 when it came out, and it says the F word numerous times throughout. Now I've heard it many times over the years uncensored on the radio. But the other day, they censored it. They edited out the words and really made it sound bad. And it kind of threw me for a loop because I'd never heard the song that way. I realized I'm not sensitive to those words. They don't bother me if they still bother some people. But do they matter as much now as they used to? Do those words that are considered coarse language matter as much anymore? I'm asking because I really don't know.

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NY Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Backstory and Connection to the Former Yugoslavia

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 2 months ago

NY Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Backstory and Connection to the Former Yugoslavia

"First welcome back to our one on one end studio in discussion with New York's congresswoman Claudia teddy. For those who aren't familiar with your backstory. I didn't even know it until you came in today. You said you mentioned my book, and then you said you sold me on TV and you bought my book, which talks about my parents who escaped Hungary under communism and then mentions what was happening next door in Yugoslavia. Share with us who aren't familiar or who aren't from your district, your connection to the Balkans in the Eastern Europe. I'm not of Yugoslavia in descent or Balkan descent, but I did actually see you and I said, oh, look, you know, because one of my jobs when I worked at the former Yugoslav consulate, which is obviously gone because of the war. We're still look for people in the Balkans, people in the region, and I just, you know, anyone with a sort of the accident, even though Hungarian is not similar to several creations to different route language, I just said, oh, who's this guy? Oh, he's talking about hungry. Interesting because of all that was happening and Yugoslavia being so unique, technically not behind the iron curtain. Tito was able to keep him out of the common form. So I went to Yugoslavia as a student in 1981, 40 years ago, just for a study group and ended up falling in love with the place to just so diverse and interesting and continued to stay there. Work for the consulate worked on the Olympics in Sarajevo in 1984. Learn the language, you know, just continue to go back and then obviously through the war, it was a tough time for me. I had friends from every part of the country, the former years of everywhere. Because we all worked in the consulate together, and so that's been my connection and just living in a country that was communist and then seeing the transformation since the war and them trying to emerge as a market economy, and reading your book where you hear about you're talking about some of the things that happened and how a lot of Hungarians were trying to cross through Yugoslavia and get to freedom and how Tito basically turned them in. And they read the benevolent dictator who was Marshall, Joseph pizza, right? Right, yeah, so called benevolent dictator, and that's where I, you know, I think we're on this moment in American history where people should learn that when they say we have communism we've never just done it quite right, and we had a benevolent dictator in Tito, not a benevolent dictator. Tito had a dissident camp where people were tortured and killed on a barren island in the Adriatic Sea. So it's all these communists. And he played and he played the nationalities. Right. Slovenes vice the Croatians, the Croatians versus the Serbs. Yeah, and technically he was Croatian, but first and foremost he was a communist. Right. He was able to bridge the gap and keep an allied relationship with the Americans and with kind of keeping everyone at bay to maintain this sort of artificial union of these countries and Yugoslavia, which wants Tito died. You know, they devolved into war within about ten

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Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'

"And let me just tell you, I'm a fan of C. S. Lewis. Which brings me to my friend Norman stone, the film, director, Norman stone, got on the map early in 1984 by directing a film called shadowlands for the BBC starring Claire Bloom, Joss ackland, and he's been doing all kinds of things, but a little bit of C. S. Lewis here and there. He has just directed a new film called the most reluctant convert starring our friend max McLean and Norman stone across the pond from the environs of Glasgow is here with us in the studio. Norman is that you. This is still me, yeah. It's still you. My friend, listen, we've been friends for a long time. And you and I have had millions of silly conversations or at least hundreds. But we both love C. S. Lewis. So when I found out from max McLean, in this studio, you know, he's starring as Lewis, but that you had directed it, I flipped, because I said, there's literally nobody else who should direct the film. Can you tell us because there are people tuning in, they didn't hear the max maclean interview. They may not know about the film rather than my telling them what I know. Tell us what is the film and what will we find in the film? Okay. Louis did write a lot of books, you're right. One of the ones that's probably the most impressive in many ways is the surprise by joy. Basically it's his own story. He writes with a self deferential wit and information comes out and you want to read more. So this is how he began life turned into an atheist and then was a very dogmatic atheist. Anyone can university after a trip for the First World War and so on. And he soon being challenged by people like

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Truman Capote’s Ultimate Betrayal of the Group of Female Friends He Called His 'Swans'

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:06 min | 2 months ago

Truman Capote’s Ultimate Betrayal of the Group of Female Friends He Called His 'Swans'

"Folks I'm talking to the author, Lawrence lemur, the author of capote's women, a fascinating book, detailing the extraordinary and strange relationships that this, I don't know what you call him. This man child, this genius, Truman Capote had with all of these wealthy society, women in the 50s and the 60s. I was asking you in 1976 when he finally allows esquire to publish something, maybe to keep the publisher at bay who paid him this big advance. That all of these women knew who they were portrayed in this excerpt and they all felt betrayed. Did any of them remain friends with him? Yeah, I mean, Lee Roswell stayed friends with him and CZ guest because he didn't send a negative about them in the excerpt. But his life sort of fell apart after this. It's like he cashed in his chips by publishing this thing. He groomed all of these women, groomed these relationships, and then suddenly decides to betray them. Do you think was he a deeply mean spirited person to do something like this? It seems cruel to me to have people who are confiding in you and then to betray them publicly in this way. He was an egomaniac. He was incredibly charming, but he lived an isolated life by himself in a real sense. He was friendless. So yes, he's God. So why not betray these women? There was Friends forever. And he didn't understand why they were so upset. And I think they were right to be upset. Some of his some of Truman's Friends, oh, they deserve it. They were just as rich worthless women. I don't feel that way at all. I think it was a terrible thing to do. He died in 1984. He was somebody that you could see at Studio 54. He always seemed to be making the scene, so to speak. He seemed to cultivate his public image, probably infinitely more than he cultivated an actual personal inner life. And it seems to have destroyed him. He was actually quite young when he died, wasn't he? His 59. Yeah, 59. Tell us some of the stories in this book. First of all, why would you write it with a title capote's women? In other words, why not simply write about Truman Capote and have the stories of these women be incidental to it? What made you want to focus on the women themselves? Because he wanted to write this masterpiece. This is going to be his master degree. So people would forget in cold blood or breakfast at Tiffany's. This is a book that would live forever. So as an author, I'm just fascinated by somebody that has that ambition. And what happens with it? And this is a guy with brilliant instincts in literary instincts. There is a he knew there was a great story to be told about these women. I mean, I tell it, I'm getting fabulous reviews. I don't tell it the way Truman would tell the feed been able to do it. But it's a fantastic story. There's no question

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What is Group-Think?

Talk, Tales and Trivia

02:00 min | 4 months ago

What is Group-Think?

"What is group. Think i hear a lot of people asking what exactly that is on social media and all over the place people are wondering we will go to the dictionary for a rough definition before we get deep into what group inc really is. Well the merriam webster. Online dictionary defined group think as a pattern of thought characterized by self-deception forced manufacturing of consent and conformity to group values and ethics. Well that gives us kind of a definition but we want more. If the definition isn't enough i can always direct individuals to the book. Nineteen eighty four by george orwell for a perfect example but not everybody has a time or energy to sit and read nineteen eighty-four a book that was written with complete clarity and realism in nineteen forty eight. How did george orwell know that we would be facing a time in the future when group think would be a real concern. Well because groupthink has been around forever well really a long time and the united states since about nineteen thirty and last week's episode. I mentioned that people are tribal and love to be in groups and that's so true people of all races nationalities experiences and different environments. Feel at home with their like minded counterparts. There is no doubt and by the way. There's nothing wrong with that. There are the obvious groups such as demographics due to race color national origin these are groups that are instilled as reminders of cultural values and norms of that set of people. And that's a great thing. These groups have become more prevalent in the last decade or so. These groups have staying power because race isn't going anywhere. And how about the many many other groups there have been political groups republican democrat groups but also the green party the national socialist democratic party. And so much

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This Week in Sports History

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:07 min | 4 months ago

This Week in Sports History

"Take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off way back in 19 Oh one, the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues now known as minor League Baseball, was formed at the Leland Hotel in Chicago. Jumping ahead this week in 1960 cashes clay later known as Muhammad Ali wins the Olympic light heavyweight gold medal in Rome this week in 1984 in his first NFL start, Atlanta's Gerald Riggs rushes for 202 yards. He scores two touchdowns as the Falcons beat the Saints 36 to 28 this week in 1994, San Francisco 40. Niners wide receiver Jerry Rice catches two touchdown passes and runs for another score in the Niners 44 to 14 route of the race. Years. He surpasses Jim Brown as the NFL's career touchdown leader with 127 label Today in 2000 and five Florida's Jeremy Hermida becomes the first player and more than a century and the second to hit a grand slam in his first major league get that connecting in the seventh inning of ST Louis Cardinals Al Reyes and this week in 2013 Peyton Manning

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"1984" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"1984" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

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"1984" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

07:40 min | 5 months ago

"1984" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"Barbara morgan. Who was a teacher from idaho. Do you have these two women who go into training to become astronauts. They go through this intensive program through nasa in order to train themselves up. And they become particularly. Chris mccullough f- Kind of these national figures right mini celebrities Because they represent something achievable to ordinary americans and so christa mcauliffe is is going to go up in the space shuttle and she's going to teach a class from space All of which has this. Very wholesome feel to it and barbara. Morgan is one of her biggest cheerleaders. There's footage from the day of the launch where she is standing there cheering as the rocket goes up Waving goodbye So excited to see this dream of a teacher in space fulfilled as all of this mission is getting ready to take places to be the twenty fifth shuttle mission Twenty four of which had been completed successfully. So i think first of all there is no reason for people to suspect that something tragic might happen but this is also something that like. I don't know how many kids across the country watched in their schools had the tv's wheeled into their classroom to watch this epic Launch of the first teacher into space and also the first african american as well. You know ronald mcnair on this On the challenges. Well there are a lot of i That are taking place that makes this such a historic moment and a national one right. It's one of those moments. These are still relatively rare in the nineteen by the nineteen eighties. This idea that we're all participating in one national media moment. It's something that we had with the moon landing at something that happened after john kennedy was assassinated. But this idea that everyone's tuned into the same thing at the same time and as you were saying. Kelly leak televisions being wheeled into classrooms in a time when televisions. Were not something that you had in classrooms. But this was such a big deal That there were just lots and lots and lots of people watching Yeah and as we sort of insane. But on a number of fronts The challenger was being specifically positioned. I think as a kind of like notable american uniform was diverse. I mean. It was the first time nasa is putting is is doing like diversity equity inclusion in aram. You know like they wanted it to be something that people could look at and see themselves and say as a black child. I can do this as a woman i can do. This as asian american. I can do this. You know to see. That's that i think is what is one of the most powerful things about masses that they really have tried to get beyond the white male prototype in terms of who can be an astronaut. This why made timpson is such a big deal you know. She comes later along but like to see a black woman. Astronaut was a big deal. Those are critical space theory. Joke in here somewhere. You're making a very it's a it's a. It's a special moment. Will when he was also part for emma generational shift and not just because of the people who are included but nasa had been plans to send a journalist into space right to send All types of ordinary citizens into space moving forward So there was a lot riding on this. And you know this explosion. The challenger explosion perhaps not surprising that you know really does like take the wind. Out of all of those initiatives Reagan i think in his remarks says we will send more to space. We'll send more teachers to space but fairly quickly the teacher in space program by nineteen ninety. It is done And there is never you know. There's there isn't if another person as part of this specific initiative who send into their and the idea of sending private citizens into spaces. We've seen you know it sort of takes a backseat for a while That said barbara morgan. The other name. We've talked so christa. Mcauliffe ties in the challenger. Explosion barbara morgan. The other person involved here. Who's the backup ends up. Having a very sort of interesting coda. Today's and actually stays involved in in space travel in a really kind of fascinating way especially since. I think you mentioned this making but you know she's actually watching at that helmet there's video footage of her watching the explosion You can only imagine what's going through her mind as the as the backup for that moment but she nevertheless as as as as an astronaut yes she stops being a teacher. She joins nasa Once the teachers and space program was shut down. She stays on and she's actually supposed to be on a flight of the columbia But nine months before her scheduled launch into space the columbia explodes on reentry and so once again her opportunity to go into space has been Thwarted by another major crisis and she ultimately though does get to go into space when the international space station is launched and she's able to Go up and be in the space station. She's there for thirteen days Which is a pretty lengthy time to be in space And so she finally has that. Dream fulfilled Gosh it must have been twenty three years the this initial shock. She still wanted to do it to be on. I mean like. I can't imagine seeing those tragedies and feeling like put me in coach like there's no i feel like i probably would have walked away but i mean that is. I think that also shows like the tenacity in the spirit and the dedication that people had the commitment that people had to the space program. Was that That all of the progress even the setbacks were in some way worth it in order to continue this mission Okay well that brings us to the end of the episode before we go. I wanna shout out to other two little also on this days and actually ones that we've done on this show before but i the reminder that you know we're in the depths of august here traditionally not much news or silly things get turned into news and as an example of that and we certainly covered them last year on this show but The day before this day was the day in two thousand fourteen minute obama wore. His tan suit became a whole thing. We did it episode on that last year and then the day. After today august thirtieth nineteen seventy nine was the day that jimmy carter or the story broke about jimmy carter showdown with a Deranged rabbit and we did two episodes in that last year that silly season inaugural but those are very fun episodes i think sam sanders was but But yeah there you go. Those are those are the other sort of kinds of stories that pop up in mid august. Exactly okay. well that's the end of the episode. nicole hammer. Thanks to you as always thanks. Jody and kelly carta jackson. Thanks to my pleasure. This day in esoteric. Political history is a proud member of radio topiary from p. r. x. network of independent listener supported. Artists owned podcasts. Are researcher and producer. Is jacob feldman. Our producer is brittany brown. You can get in touch with us with any questions or comments or ideas for the show. Email us this day pod at gmail.com or you can find a form at this day. Pod dot com. My.

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Hall of Fame Chicago Blackhawks Goalie Tony Esposito Dies at Age 78

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Hall of Fame Chicago Blackhawks Goalie Tony Esposito Dies at Age 78

"The Blackhawks lost one of their legends. The numbers retired. He's in the Hall of Fame. Do you know that Tony Esposito's last season? Was 1984? He still 10th all time in goalie winds in NHL history? Tonio is one of only 13 players in the history of the league to ever have at least 400 victories here. He was a trend center. He was one of the early pioneers of the butterfly style of goaltending, which is pretty. I mean, that's not pretty. I mean, is ubiquitous throughout the league today. I mean, the only way really goalies play. I guess. Some would argue that there is a It's a little bit of a hybrid. Maybe now more than seven. Um, but I mean, he was one of the early sort of pioneers of of that whole thing in that entire style where you got away from the stand up gold and you started. They started playing in the butterfly. Great, Great Black Hawk.

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Caller Compares Communist Culture Between Cambodia and the U.S.

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 7 months ago

Caller Compares Communist Culture Between Cambodia and the U.S.

"And they came to America. I mean, I can't do the beauty in Thailand and wait for four years. And I've got a sponsorship to come to D. C area to where I lived from. Um 1984 until 93. Then we differed. I feel where I attend Community College of Philadelphia. And now you're in Mississippi. Excuse me. Tennessee Jackson, Tennessee here recently just moved from Columbus Columbus area. So when you hear these, these Marxists go on about our country. Act like they're being, uh, victimized or oppressed. While they're making a fortune while they're while they're becoming famous, while While they're in the freest country in the face of the earth. It must absolutely drive you bonkers. Yes, sir. Absolutely. I mean, I mean, I hate to say it even my own kids. I have 18 16 and 13. And they just spoil like crazy. They're not. They don't understand. What it is to live. Communism. And even when I was in college University of mentors, and I had these young lady said the Constitution is a fraud. They don't know nothing about Constitution. They don't know nothing about communism. And they praise it. And even the professor just not his hands like, okay, fine multitudes, Grady. They don't understand that. I don't understand how Help help communism, you know if they were

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Former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman Reflects on President Reagan Speaking at His Father's Synagogue

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 7 months ago

Former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman Reflects on President Reagan Speaking at His Father's Synagogue

"Reagan spoke at your father's synagogue. Briefly tell us about that. Well, you know, my father was not a political person. He was a rabbi whose spiritual leader and one day he got a call about two weeks before the second the You know, presidential election of Ronald Reagan 1984. And the president asked if he could come speak at my father is the synagogue and come to his house. And it was, of course, an incredibly uplifting moment. What I think about that day. Don't you know people can go on the Reagan library website and listen to the speech. He was in October of 84, a temple Hillel, and I think it was one of the seminal moments When the Republican Party really move closer to Israel, he said something that very improving Least to me, and this was when you know Israel is that it's low point in the United Nations, and he said, if Israel has ever voted out of the United Nations, the United States and Israel will walk out together. Hand in hand and It was. It was just, You know, it's something you don't hear in 1984, and I'll never forget it. Now, uh Tell the American people the Abraham accords, why

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 9 months ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dead at 93

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dead at 93

"Walter Mondale dead at the age of 93. NBC's Kris Clack of takes a look back Minnesota Progressive who brought a new standard to the vice presidency, Walter Fritz Mondale catapulted to the national political spotlight. In the 19 seventies and eighties Mondale Mondale was U. S senator from Minnesota before serving as vice president under Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981 on, Dale ran for the White House in 1984 but lost to Ronald Reagan in a landslide. The owner of the Colorado

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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

First Morning News

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"The country is remembering Walter Mondale, the former vice president died at the age of 93 1976. Mondale became a national figure in the Democratic presidential nominee, Jimmy Carter asked him to join the ticket as his running mate, The Carter Mondale, take it lost the White House in 1982, Ronald Reagan, George Bush. 1984 bundles choice for a running mate Rock the election. New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on the presidential ticket, but the campaign struggled to overcome a double digit deficit in the polls. Mondale served his country for more than 50 years. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington

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Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93

"Jimmy Carter, has died. Word out of Minnesota. The former vice president Walter Mondale, has died. The liberal icon served Minnesota as attorney general and US senator then as vice president under Jimmy Carter, from 1977 to 1981. Mondale's own try for the White House in 1984 was shadowed by Ronald Reagan's popularity, but he made a different kind of history by choosing the first female running mate on a major party ticket. Geraldine Ferraro, Walter Mondale was 93 Fox News Trace Gallagher,

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at Age 93

AP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at Age 93

"Former Vice President Walter Mondale, who lost the nation's most lopsided presidential election, is dead at 93. Mondale served as Jimmy Carter's vice president. His own bid for the White House came in 1984 when he won on Lee, his home state, Minnesota and Washington, D. C against Ronald Reagan. I'm Tim McGuire, former vice president Walter Mondale's died at the age of

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

"Historic 1984 run for the White House. When the name New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro to be his vice presidential running mate, the first woman on a major party presidential ticket. I'm delighted to announce But I will ask the Democratic convention. To nominate Geraldine Ferraro of New York to run with me for the White House. Mondale lost that election in a landslide to Ronald Reagan, carrying only his home state of Minnesota and Washington, D C after he pledged to raise taxes during his acceptance speech. Mondale's family says he died Monday. Minneapolis He was 93 The White House says it's in contact with local officials in Minnesota, head of

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Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

"Vice President Walter Mondale tonight, also presidential candidate and nominee in 1984, But he served in Jimmy Carter's administration as vice president. He was 93 years old. We will continue to see some responses pouring in tonight on social media and bring you some reflect Sins of his political career. Walter Mondale Dead at 93. We're focused on

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"1984" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

15:40 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"They were staying in the family cottage. They got up the investigated and they saw this tube shaped flitting of blue and green lights at the top of the stairs. This caused him immediately to escape in stay elsewhere in the early nineteen eighties. Dan's father he found a bunch of journal articles that were written by dan's grandfather in the early twentieth century that described their families. Alternate lives as it were already and spiritualists. They let seances. People fell into trances at once described. A trumpet had voices coming out of it. As it mysteriously floated on its own around the room. It fell crashing down to the floor when somebody was not part of the the say on circle walked into the room. Accurate would later. Convert that same seance room into his private office. He claimed where his family. They've always done their business in that room. So why not while there. He was reading an article on quantum physics and parapsychology really keyed in on this theory. That would shape some of his beliefs later about the possibility of freezing an apparition using modern technology. Now accurate is somebody who thinks parapsychology has always been unfairly. Unfairly disregarded many people have unexplainable experiences and yet dismissed them as somehow just their imagination. Most people just keep all of that inside only about ten percent. He says reports that they've seen anything like that to somebody else and he mused that more people might actually reach out if there were ads on television or listings in the yellow pages that cokes people to anonymously contact paranormal investigators that were ready to believe them around. This time aykroyd. Who happen to be a fan. Not only of ghosts and parapsychology but he also is a fan of old comedy any amused while he was watching a lot of old comedies. That and comedy have always really gone together. Laurel and hardy did the live ghost bob. Hope did a film called ghost. Breakers abbott and costello did hold that ghost olsen and johnson ghost catchers the bowery boys did spook busters and ghost chasers. The three stooges did the ghost talks and martin and lewis did scared stiff. He mused that he may be. The time was ripe for it. Goes comedy for the nineteen eighty s. Something that would incorporate not only some of the funds slapstick comedy of yesteryear but also more modern thought parapsychology. Quantum theory scientific gadgetry. The work of celebrity ghost hunters like hans. Holzer accurate took all of these ideas and he started writing a ghost hunting. Comedy screenplay in late nineteen eighty-one it was meant to be a vehicle for him and his frequent collaborative comedic partner john belushi the title he put on the screenplay ghost smashers set in the future. Supernatural beasts have emerged on earth after microwave transmissions torn a hole in the fabric of our dimension accurate and belushi were to play these blue collar guys name stance and bank men who work for this inter dimensional franchise that specializes in trapping ghosts. Their inter. dimensional. Employer named shandor has trapped zule. This deadly minion of a powerful demi-god cal goes earlier and stanton bateman are assigned to take on goes irs powerful that have been sent into their dimension to retrieve zoll the final act would depict the ghostbusters entering into goes irs supernatural dimension to battle the demi god as ackward was putting all of this together in march of nineteen eighty two while he was writing line for blue cheese character. Accurate would receive a fateful phone. Call from his agent bernie brielle stain. Brill scene informed. Aykroyd that belushi had just died of a drug overdose. This tron and depressed accurate really found not much joy in continuing to work on this rather grim script that he had meant for his fallen best friend and he pushed it aside at least for now in one thousand nine hundred three accurate started to talk about what he was working on any mentioned his half complete ghost smashers script to his agent brill's dean and he wondered if you know maybe this was still worth completing. He had a lot of really good ideas that he was putting into it. He thought maybe maybe could co star. Somebody else michael keaton. Maybe another saturday night. Live alum likes chevy chase or maybe bill. Murray listing showed a copy of the script to blue cheese former agent. Mike ovitz and ovitz took the idea over to universal pictures to executive. Sean daniel daniel thought you know the natural choice to head on. Was the person that accurate had worked with best in movies blues brothers and trading places director. John landis unfortunately at that time landis was mired in legal issues following tragedy that caused the deaths of several actors doing segment of twilight zone. The movie he was seeking to get away from hollywood for a while. Now at that time ovitz represented the other snl alum. That was discussed bill. Murray he thought you know this could sell pretty easily if were a bill. Murray and dan ackroyd vehicle so he set up a meeting between the comedians and murray expressed interest. He thought you know maybe should take it to ivan reitman. Somebody at worked with before they made two successful movies together. Meatballs and stripes in and right man happened to be another ovitz client so ovitz took it the right man but reitman has he read it. He really didn't like it. He thought you know this was all action. The characters were fighting monsters on every page. This would easily cost. Just forty pages. He read one hundred and fifty million dollars to make. It was an action packed. fantasy extravaganza. There was not much in terms of characterizations are suspense or pacing. A romance and it was also too dark to really be funny and it used a lot of parapsychology lingo that only a physicist might fully comprehend. He pushed aside and pretty quickly forgot about it. Accurate though decided to complete the script after all he added a third ghost smasher named ramsey. This was a role he hoped could be filled by. Trading places co star. Eddie murphy eddie murphy. Though was pretty busy at the time he was doing. Snl and he was going to follow that up with a stand up comedy tour eventually becoming tv. Special called delirious but accurate was not dismayed. He continued to complete the script and in order to help sell the concept. He enlisted the help of a character. Illustrator friend named tom and riga's in rica's drew up. Conceptual art demonstrating the look of various creatures that accurate hat in his script as well as a lot of scientific equipment that was used by the ghost smashers accurate videotape himself wearing a prototype. Go smasher uniform and he was holding a makeshift neutron wand the weapons that these measures would use to capture ghosts. Wants a script was complete. He sent the package again to ivan. Reitman roman took a look at the videotape. And he thought this was intriguing. He gives the script another look. He still found the whole thing exhausting but he liked the concept of a company that was called out to extinguish ghosts like some of firemen. He decided he was going to meet with accurate and he offered some suggestions on how he could make that story much more accessible. First reitman felt that this story should be set the modern day not in the future. It should be in an american city that everybody who is watching this film would recognize new york city preferably and instead of jumping right into the action right away. This should be an origin story. It should show how the company started and the invention of the ghost catching equipment and how the men make their first bust. Audiences would be keyed in all the way from the beginning as to what was going on. Raymond was pretty busy at the time. He had several projects that were cooking including one with herald ramos. It was called big trouble. This was meant to be a potential vehicle for a few comedians including bill murray and john candy and it was gonna be set on an alien planet right suggested getting ramos on board to help right ghost masters and to offer him a starring role to help. Sweeten the deal. The visited ramos's office on the burbank studios lot and reitman began to explain the premise and told ramos that you know maybe he should cannibalize a lot of the concepts. He was putting into big trouble and use them in ghost measures including one about characters becoming dogs and then turning back to human again. Listen for about twenty minutes. Ramos said he was in in may of nineteen eighty-three set up a pitch meeting with columbia pictures. Chair frank price. He pitched it as poltergeist. But with bill. Marion gandak rate as the rescue team. Price agreed to fund twenty five billion dollars. If this film could get into theaters by june of nineteen eighty-four. They needed a big summer. Release and it was also two months prior to the summer olympics. Which would cut into the potential audience. This left only thirteen months to overhaul the entire accurate original script to cast the film and to find an affects house that could deliver hundreds of high-tech optical effects now another hurdle was that murray still not officially committed. He said he was trying to branch out at the time as a serious actor in the pet project that he had been co writing this adaptation of w somerset. Mom's drama the razor's edge. It was stalled. They were having a hard time trying to get somebody to make this film and that left his in doubt for some time aykroyd devised a solution that might benefit all parties. He said that they should contact columbia. And say that if they wanted. Murray for ghost masters they'd have to fund the razor's edge. I saw columbia had a producer attached to the razor's edge within an hour of frank. Price hearing murray's ultimatum. Now murray was off on the other side of the world making razor's edge ramos and right men visited the basement of accolades. Martha's vineyard home to hammer out a new script. Accurate was very optimistic about working with ramos. Work with right before toronto. Tv game show called. Greed and ramos also had a surprising knowledge about psychics about the history of the medium medium's ancient myths and quantum physics. I they decided they were gonna title this to ghostbusters ghostbusters. Just had a more comedic ring to it. Not that the comedy would work better if the character would control their own fate instead of just do whatever they do just for a paycheck heroes went from blue collar latkes to scientists and that was meant to explain their ability to create these sophisticated hardware inventions. Right men pushed the idea. Further by having the characters become university. Parapsychology professors professors. Who were forced out of jobs. And the started their own practice and design their high tech tools to prove their theories on the job while exterminating ghosts in a new york that has suddenly become overrun by ghost activity. Now an accurate original script. There really was very little distinction between stance and bank men in ramsey ramos bought. This was all wrong. He felt that even the smallest character in ghostbusters should have a distinct personality and something to contribute to the overall plot or the comedy so ramos rewrote banks. Dialogue specifically for bill murray. He had a knack for that having experienced scripting him before and he added another ghostbuster character that he could play ramos. Took the name. Egon from former classmate. Who was a hungarian refugee and spangler after german philosopher. Oswald spengler he modeled egan's appearance after somebody that he saw on the cover of an architectural magazine. The character of ramsey was rewritten as winston zanu. More an ex military demolitions expert that was hired to be the ghostbusters headquarters security guard. Winston would be there as a non scientist and he could act as an audience surrogate for the ghostbusters to explain their concepts. And all of their hightech hardware to the murray's character peter bank and he became the pitch man of the group the mouth accolades ray stance. He would be the enthusiastic engineer. The heart or the hands and ramos's egon spangler would be the stoic data driven nerd the brain. There were more character touches involving ghosts in their life and the containment system. But raymond decided he didn't want any elements that portrayed ghosts sympathetically. He wanted them eliminated. Because those things took away from the comedy he also nixed accolades intended ending where the men would fight solo in different dimensions because he thought the comedic chemistry work much better when these men were together as for the first bust made by the ghostbusters they decided to centered around one of accolades. Various apparitions called onion head. The onion head goes deep was later renamed by the real ghostbusters cartoon but at that time it was called onion head and he was called that because this goes was meant to have a disgusting stench about him. How many of its scatalogical qualities was cut from the film due to pacing issues now all of goes irs minions that aykroyd concocted the state puffed marshmallow man a giant mascot come to life was one that showed the most comedic possibilities so its appearance was pushed to the climactic ending. It used to be kind of in the middle of ackward story. It was going to be a surrogate for the main. Daddy goes or goes. There was a name that accurate took from a real life account of a haunting in england and they went back and forth to how goes or should look when she looks like the devil. Maybe it should be evil. Shandor who is rewritten to be kind of a cult leader for the purpose of their new story. Chander would be portrayed as kind of comical guy in a suit somewhat like peewee herman they surmised or maybe he should be mr steep left himself. Raymond pushed for goes to have a much more in drowsiness. Look it could be pretty much any. Look that he or she wanted so after grace jones and and carlisle could not commit to playing goes on short notice secured. The services of yugoslavian actor slits giovane now ramos also felt that the story really should have a love interest so they created a character dana barrett. They put the their first revision in that first ramos. Accurate script details would be revealed to be a inter dimensional extraterrestrial now realizing that this angle really. It was meant more for laughs than romance. They still needed aroma so they later changed dana to a human client altogether and she would be living in a building that becomes the source for the dramatic uptick in ghosts in new york. They also developed a comical neighbor. Indiana's building in louis telly. Who would get possessed. And then dana would be put into mortal jeopardy because bank men would end up falling for dina that would give the ghostbusters additional incentive to prevail when she turns into a victim now. Many actresses did audition to play dana barrett. Denise crosby daryl hannah julia roberts among others sigourney weaver's agent got her an audition but raymond thought maybe she was just too serious but that was kind of the point of her auditioning. She hoped that shedding her ice queen image would increase her appeal to do other kinds of movies. She'd performed dini comedy before she didn't quite a bit off broadway and she would in her audition win reitman over altogether she spontaneously pretended to be possessed. Like a dog in her audition. She got on all fours. She started howling. She started gnawing on the furniture cushions in his office. Raymond was pretty much sold. After that and her dignified intelligence had ramos in ripened reconsidering the character of dana barrett altogether s. Somebody who would be much stronger instead of fashion model. They let weaver choose her to be a musician. Investments should treat dana as if dana was out of his league and he needed to prove himself worthy of her attention. Her audition performance also had them changed the script so that dina would be possessed like louis and they would become terror..

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"1984" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

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"1984" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Ending. We saw that saw laura dern creepy face so all right how about this you vista choke of the third act. I missed a chunk of the third act. Is that fair. I am not going to lie or be embarrassed about the fact that i dozed off at three thirty in the morning during a three and a half hour long movie after a beer or two like the greater. If you what people falling asleep maybe start the movies. A little suitor. It's not mike spots. And i don't drink caffeine no because it you should realize. His audience is a little older. Maybe a little starting a little sooner for the no. It's not a perfect midnight movie for somebody who can stay awake for fifteen minutes but such a long movie though started and starting to lug it. What did we get home at. Like four or something something like that. It was ridiculous. Yeah it was. It was late it was to drive after my house. I was just saying like. I dropped you off at home. I attack on another twenty minutes. Getting old yeah. He's because there's really no good way to get back to. It's like you still have to drive like a bunch of miles to go seventy one or three inches south less. Yeah to seventy west yet. That's what i slip all the way back to hilliard so anyway way back but you guys at home. Don't care about that. So like i said we're talking episode ninety one. We're gonna talk wild at heart it as you can see. It's probably going to be really interesting discussion so hope everybody comes back and the final thoughts before we sign off insurrection. It's treason right. That's a good one. That's a good. That's always a individuality. My birthday belief in personal freedom on you you. You don't have to speak anymore all right now so good all right so everybody thinks again for listening. We really appreciate it. I hope you enjoyed our discussion coming back episode ninety-one while heart right here where the twin peaks podcast good-bye.

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"1984" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Peters in his sister your not are you cut your face. And it's scary. When he says that one of my favorites sister walking goals he gives me. He can really throw that on what he wants to. That's funny your thanks so matter of fact about it and it doesn't feel threatening. You just gonna do it. It's incredible yeah it does. He like a really big oversight that he hasn't been as lynch fill. The ice is going to break. Say all the time for no reason apropos. Nothing i just wanted to say. That would great all right. So so paula jessica out there. The essentially the process of the paul. This is where paul season where for the first time any also takes that first name. Big whiff of malone jr. Yeah you feel his fingers after this is after that was also after the he and his father had helped rescue. David lynch some other guys from there might still going under. He also ate that piece of spice that that piece of right ice katie. it like a jolly rancher. No what am i looking for. Pressed spice like formed impressed spicy. Ak- that and it has started altering his consciousness which is what is accelerating this process of him becoming especially the spices jobs starting his his vision in his whole evolution into this quits. Hedrick exquisite have had had a recovery. That's what that's easy for you to say exactly. It is not actually. Was this hedrick. ricky head. iraqi. Christians had iraqi. Yep that's what that's doing. It interesting interesting. All right so the fervent show up at this point which has been given a little bit of information by Kinds yes that's the freemen seem to be this fringe people but there's lots of them. Yeah clearly there's more than anybody realizes out there right. This is a planet. These are the people that actually run this planet. Not anybody who as a order from the emperor just planet is run by the friend barely dunkin codes are like you know you guys should make friends with the frigate like totally make friends in front of me. You know after after kinds of dunkin or killed. The one who gets away from the her conan insurrection is a gurney hallaq and he basically becomes one of the front. We'll for for a long time there. He's kind of like offered his own is kind of like almost like a scavenger or some kind of say he's mad. Max is he's out there in the wilderness. Essentially you know it is kind of funny. 'cause like patrick stewart's got his. He's got his He's he's balding but he has this like really long mullet thing going mullet. Yeah his suit. And i'm real. It's really bad. It's to picard. Bullet going on. He does yeah. It's it's pretty impressive. So he's out there. You know after when paul's with affirmative they get reunited and it's just like oh hey gertie you're live you're not dead after all you want to dead. Paul wouldn't crew. Yeah let's do this thing. It's right this worm baby. Let's rock so so paul. Now he's been taking it in turns out well. Hey the freemen. There're reverend mother is dying. They need a new one. Hired should come and let her rest yet. So hey lay jessica. You would've new reverend mother. You shave your head sir. give me the bio. there's worms i'll drink it. Yeah and then the process. Oh you know. Hey she it's Giving birth to accelerate ali her unborn daughter so her daughter is yeah. She essentially also takes the water of light so he loves arriving air of lido by the way. Yeah lots of having arab leader so far so far right and Well i mean. Technically of paul and chani have children will also be areas of yes right right but they do. She wrote which they do. Do still called do. Besides children do yes. Yeah yeah. and so Elliott is sort of born with the knowledge of every reverend mother. That's ever come before her. Yes so apparently because she was yearo on. Iraq is how they tell you in. Hell class that. Would you drink or smoke. Your baby drinks smokes. This is pretty much. What exactly what they're talking about. Yes because of jessica. I think she didn't she take the water of life. She takes the water of life so so so so in the process unborn child drinks. Yeah exactly so. They're like oh yeah has like all this knowledge coming out of the womb exactly so she's like already preloaded apparently radio she's she's.

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"1984" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"The being nineteen eighty-four we were need even any aids crisis region Our president time refused to acknowledge for like another three years. I don't think that was intentional though. I don't think it was intentional. Because know the the baron written in nineteen sixty five. Yeah he's just a he's grossing murderous in think that somebody was over eight alleging that one especially for the period. I think the the biggest problem with him is that yes he is kind of a paedophile. And maybe at the time in nineteen sixty five back where we still had boys. Beware right idea of a pedophile. That is also a homosexual because those are not there could be cross confusion. I get the yes out. They're not interchangeable terms. But maybe back in sixty five. That would have been more shocking. Yes but another thing that they talked about. Were the open sores on his face which people were comparing to delusions of hiv. positive patients. I i'd never thought about that before. I thought that was an interesting take on you. Cnn or sheehan. Shun phillips yeah. She's welsh. I know that much as reverend mother helen mohi. Am dependent jesuit. Which who is uber creepy in this so good in the box your hand box and look at it young human yes. She's she's fantastic. But she's definitely like i mean. Ben jesuit sisterhood is like any other seemingly on the level type organization then jesuits sisterhood has been manipulating bloodlines. Weeks us you what. What did you just say blood heinz. You like a eugenics. Maybe is that what we're are. We trying to do. Some sort of a purity greening type of situation here well. Let's go to the books that they were all trying to create this quiz ex-pat iraq. Yeah exactly so. I mean i mean come on. Let's be honest. i mean how. How valid is a messiah. If you pray you build you build one. Yeah come on right exactly discussed manifest out of a major. There's this place we can't go so let's just build guy because apparently we're women we can't go so yeah. So let's build guys a little little sexist a little bit. There it is it is a little sexist but if the place that women are afraid to go is a place that makes it rain and the desert. That's probably dangerous right. I had not considered that. But you're probably right you'll forget that. Ecosystems are the way that they are a reason right. desert is not going to thrive with rain and water. Thank you very much do the. That's funny let's see. Who else is. Oh paul l smith as the beasts lawsuit ripon easter on. Who is going to be dave about teesta in the right. I hope he gets a little bit more other than having which i think is great casting there as well. Perfect cast as t sit batista especially after tracks. That should be really interesting to see him as ripon because he was fantastic. Blade runner twenty forty nine. Yeah i was gonna say staffer morton i just. I loved him in that because he was just so rural. Yeah let's forget the deportees. You're you're exactly. He's he's fantastic looking for him in this little guy surpassed stewart turns up his halik. You mean the guy who was the doctor in life. I think i heard of him. You young pup pup. Moods are a thing for cattle. Play to though literally my favorite thing. Patrick stewart has ever said is moods everything for catalonia as good guy. I'm just a little bit familiar with some guy by the name of seeing aka gordon. Sumner yet gordon guy who wears his underwear in this movie. I haven't always that. Whose figure i have right behind me. Yeah exactly what. Have i one of things that i have. Don't count your co figures. We'll only know is true. No it just say. I've got a police sting a so. I wanna brimstone intrigue holstein. That'd be cool right bright. Even even the bride. Do you remember the bright. Yes victor frankenstein. Yeah yeah with. What's her name frankenstein. Sorry his name perot drik also but it was under door. We thought jennifer beals bride right. Yes jennifer beals. This is a pretty obscure one eighties. Were awesome just they were. That's why we keep talking about when we're talking about Yeah he's stink. Plays of course. Fairuza hard coded. I will kill him. Who is the little one a pet. Perhaps perhaps she requires special attention. Your a rapist. The her coding every one of them yet. But just in case. You weren't sure you weren't supposed to like them. But yeah you're not supposed to. You can look at them when they get into the steam bath as long as you want because there is such a thing called paws. But but that's what just don't stink comes out in the flying underpants. Yeah he does that is his actually his term. Because i've got a I have a Please confidential book like it was kind of like a sort of like a like a deluxe magazine. It's got all these photos from the like. These rare photos from the that stink took while he was touring with police a lot of behind the scenes staff and he has some photos from his dune. Shoot in them and any kind of like he had wrote little captions for each of the pictures and referred to but my flying underpants. I've heard a lot of people. Just call it that or not where they got it from. Yeah we got it from staying. Nobody's gonna stink or embraced it. What are the other. But either way it's going to cool either way. Esteem sting is wonderful and that he embraces the camp that he's done career. Well you know he has fun with it. Yeah he does. It also respects team because he's a big chunk. Constantine fan because custody doors. The brits like the comb constant tyne. I'm sincere yes but it was physically based on staying but when when alad steepest set john tobin created him and swamp thing saga of the swamp thing physically basically they physically based on constantin on sting so they've had connection so much so that sting even wrote the Forward for dc's twentieth anniversary twenty-fifth anniversary help laser collection rate dudes. Yeah that's right. yeah so.

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"1984" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Up again. You've got the what differences make podcast number. Six police academy the first of fifty eight police academy movies staff number five with karate. Kid number four gremlins. Good movie number. Three indiana jones and the temple of doom. Not a great movie but still Number two ghostbusters. Great movie also coming back. There's going to be a ghostbusters. I hopefully in the new year will see. Yeah yes you have a lot of opinions but the hell was the number one movie okay. It stars A guy from saturday night live and his sidekick who is from fast times at ridgemont high. He was an outsider who came to a new city and took it over and turned it upside down with his unique ways of solving crimes. He had a very funny laugh. He put up an anna. And the tailpipe. Eddie murphy beverly hills cop very go like pulling teeth with you that those are some of my favorites. I bid on. Hold up though well do they. Oh so that that holds up. I mean fucked for us yeah. I'll laugh every time but for kids you think. What did they think of eddie murphy. I mean he's shrek. Probably what your kids think of him. Exactly yes and yes. We have seen shrek before you asked me. We've seen every shrek twenty times. Okay good excuse me. I'm not showing my kids. Go well i will may two hundred and thirty four million dollars pretty good pretty good. They took all the money. You considering that karate. Kid made ninety million beverly hills like everyone saw beverly. I think i saw two or three times in the theater. Something like that. How much would you pay for a movie in. Nineteen eighty four nine hundred eighty four. I might have paid. This is just the average price four dollars. You would pay two dollars and fifty cents. How that was the average price so you might have paid a little bit more in los angeles. Yeah we might have paid four bucks possibly and for the but maybe matinee we would have paid like three twenty.

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"1984" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Keaton look from for manny hall but that was but that was seventy seven. I believe so finally caught on worldwide in eighty four so it was an androgynous. Look and that Might have been part of you know because of boy george and the anti lennox these were. These were artists that kind of set the fashion trends a little drowsiness. Look at later than you're right. I i any hall being nineteen seventy seven. She was definitely a way before her time still is and store. We still love diane keaton. She is a wacko doodle. But we still love her. We do actress and she was Don't don't bad mouth. Not but wait a second so i sorry i want to go back to tv because you were talking about all the shows but we had some good shows that ended in nineteen eighty four. Sorry i'm taking you back far. No no we're going all over the place. So you've i'm following you. Go ahead okay. To happy days ended in nineteen eighty-four thankfully these shows had their rod and they were It was time to say goodbye now. Happy days jumped the shark. They were originally. They were the original. Something that three's company ended in nineteen eighty-four also remember the shows. That's incredible in real people. Do those yeah. That was real people. That was those. were the original reality shows. These were real people doing incredible things. That's incredibly real people. I'm looking at the top shows in nineteen eighty-four. You think you can name any of them. You've already mentioned one of them. It was a debut. Show featuring rudy. Theo so the top shows number from ten to one number. Ted cagney and lacey number nine knots landing these nighttime dramas yeah. These were huge murder. She wrote angela. Lansbury simon and simon. The a team family ties sixty minutes number. Three is the cosby show number. Two and number one are two nighttime dramas. Can you name either one of those. They both start with ds now. Were they doctor or were they medical dramas or no no. He's just rich. People doing rich people. Things dynasty dynasty was number one and number dallas was number two. Yeah that's what people love so before we discovered how much we love. csi and You know although all those shows it was the nighttime soaps that took over so and also in looking at that list you notice. There were only three networks. Yes yeah well. Of course it's very there. There's still some shows. We're still like as i look at the Sixteen through thirty. There were shows that i thought were long gone. But we're still around. I a number twenty seven. Alice and Number twenty four is the facts of life number nineteen the jeffersons number seventeen. The love boat still going strong about that today. Yeah yes mother. Great great shows. I mean you know if you love the eighteen you probably watching the fall guy. If you like murder she wrote you would love scarecrow and mrs king good stuff webster was also on their number twenty six adorable emmanuel lewis stuff. Good good stuff doesn't get much better. Mac ran an ad. Only once it's nineteen eighty-four add you. Remember it oh. Of course..

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"1984" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Be me so that's that might be the most votes for grump. We've had long tired so you won the popular vote then won the popular vote so caitlyn josh with no votes and then tom with one vote and then corey with four votes. Okay four we get into the episode. I do want to point out that way. Back way way back. It feels like forever back in june. We did the sewed on the First film because we were going to do this episode and then things happened in. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. That's in the past. We don't bring that energy here over here cuckoo cuckoo. Did i tell you Unless we're trying to wish in the year that shall not be named So i'm gonna do. I'm gonna go i i gonna i with my initial reaction because i want to give reason why i voted for court so It's it's been ready to says this t right so so. The film has been out for a bit and i watched it on. You know the day. Christmas day of and i enjoyed it. I- hands down on like this was an enjoyable film. It answered all the things that i wanted of like. What does she want. what does she need. What is the film asking. You know like these certain things but there was a lot of the film. That was watching. It was like. Oh people aren't going to like that. Oh people aren't going to like that. And i didn't realize that i had mirrored all of what kevin smith had said about his co. host mark bernardin. He's i i love this. Oh he's not gonna like the and i thought about. I'm like you know i was like next. Is someone who critically or constructively will look at a at a film as i guess harshly as i will probably be corey is i'll just like there might be some of those things like. There's a lot of things that he would like though so just like But so. That's why i picked that but anyways my initial reaction overall you know I'll tell you one. I'll tell you one thing right now. I enjoyed it. Hand to god. And i've watched it now three times and i actually enjoyed it more and more afterwards and it was really interesting. 'cause the certain parts hitches a hit with mike l. y. Lake in like it's like there's a lot of movie and then they still hit these emotional notes in in a very very powerful way and also the first time. I watched it when i enjoyed it. I was like getting over a hangover. And so i think that's like the true litmus test you should be sick or hung over or enjoy av still like it. Then it's like then you know you like it doesn't have folks fm. No because when. I'm sick i'm also watch seven hours of prices right so i don't know if well it's kind of like here's this spectrum of like a really good mood to watch something really dour But and. I spent a lot of this break watching a crap ton of things and then i came back and i watched you know nineteen eighty-four last night and i still really enjoyed and again. It's not to say that it does not have its flaws and we'll talk about that later but i enjoy. Who's like the movie. no i enjoy i enjoy. I enjoy to go next other last. I'm about to out know. I think i'm gonna last because i have four votes okay. I struggled I struggle ashore..

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"1984" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"1984" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"To a very. Athletic game my mom. I might govern who's troubled by strange noises in the night Mike. Okay. Hughes say I love this show, I'm excited to be a part of it and Bill Tucker. I'm tired of anything I completely forgot we did that. Yeah. While explain the second. YEA GHOSTBUSTERS Day I've. Did you seem to title and as you heard bill, say we're covering the first ghostbusters movie from Nineteen eighty-four for. More than I expected players and I know there. Was No initial be our first spooky movie you're GonNa be here in the dispute over which side that we go with something less spooky for the first movie more. Spooky. Odd For the second movie. Choice of adjectives. Yeah. I mean, the best part is we recorded these in opposite order. So their best part to share his life really this is supposed to be ghost rider, but then go got taken off Netflix and I did not want to buy your pay for ghost rider in any shape or form. So here we are covering ghostbuster and what a treat, what a good a good thing as a good thing that was a addition by subtraction that decision. It was a real tough pitch I'm like, Hey, we could do ghostbusters Mike Oh yeah. We could do that and he's like bill. What do you think about doing ghostbusters? He was onboard immediately so. No effort at all as an easy one. Easy. Which I I'm I'm good with ghostwriter would've been painful. It's fine. I WanNa, this mid-2000s comic book movies they're they're fine I watched it during the time of this podcast less than a year ago. If not fine. It's Really rough rely I like blade I don't care for golf's Ryder well the first ones. Okay. So I got off a but we're not here for that so. We're GONNA be deep diving into ghostbusters and I'm sure we all have memories of this movie. I know none of us often the first time this time look like we do a lot of after the. I don't think I ever saw theaters either. Now. Originally. Yeah Yeah daters though A. Small American had a special screening this one time let's say here, five years ago my ex girlfriend the time we went there and saw this and I, remember getting out of the movie and the person that what movies did you see him when we talk oh? Wow. Wasn't I'm like there was called so it was great like. Juice who surveyed I'm just like go I kept saying it's ghostbusters though not only appreciated that. But that's what happened when you ask somebody about they like movie that came out in Nineteen eighty-four and they're watching it in two thousand sixteen. I liked it I fly went and thought. What are the most celebrated comedies of all time? That was terrible his garbage. Probably the best ghostbusters movie, you could have seen two, thousand sixteen..

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"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

The Boomstick Video Club

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

"His order, the order that came into that are you going to be going to? I'm F. Pretty Bro. Yeah. There's like two records I really want I haven't been I haven't been to. Hi Fi in a while. So I'm definitely I'm probably definitely GONNA go definitely go out there. The American Dream High fives great little shop owner movies to yes. Yeah. It's supporting local business, which is always the best right there on. Geek Street. Downtown. Kokomo. but yeah, he's been he's been so nice and supportive of like our idea and just starting like boom stick video the brand in general he's been so nice and supportive. So I just WANNA. Thank him for that I. Want to thank Mr Dave clements, producer Dave clements sitting sitting to my right he is He probably he probably doesn't really want this title he's the producer of the show. So I'm glad to have him on the show and of course, my other two best buddies part of the boom stick clubs Atkin David Will. Not a juggling. Hydrate some Fagel. Yet I bought I brought Fago to the viewing of Germany later guys. Because you know we're all this is all for Jugo Glitz. don't. Think like all these guys are these guys. See us but we're. All these. This is this is what yeah, we we do. This is a daily basis. Jugglers way of life. From home so I can dress however. So. Thanks so much guys for listening. Oh Go ahead go get Stephen Arthur who did the oh Gosh Kim steak yes. Of course of course, I need to thank Steve Arthur he did the he did the theme song booms video theme song. He's he's a part of the booster club is well, he lives all the way in Nashville but he he's just as much as a part of this as we are so wanNA thank him for that Yeah anything else guys need to add. Yeah. Join the facebook and twitter. So yes, grams and follow us on everything suggests Moody's most talk about yes, we this this this could go on forever this podcast 'cause I mean. There's literally hundreds of. Hundred, this Hondurans hire. These there. You have a preview of what our next movie might be. Oh well My fiancee. Mirai. Is GonNa be on the show next time I think I'm not sure if it's going to be it the next episode might be mean myself Uncle Nick and Mariah. Lot. Last that that'd be a family episode maybe. Well. So we'll definitely be talking about like of course, like horror movies we're going to get to that for all of you who are fans out there will be to that soon. But right now we're just getting our feet wet in just GonNa. Like. This is all new to me so we'll be back. I. Should've cut it off right they. Still. Can. Of was edited back. Don't worry. We'll be back Q. Music. Roll credits thanks so much for watching a not watching I'm I'm so used to use audio. I'm so used to youtube like when I end something. Much watching checking us out I'm watching my. Video version of the Audio version I guess it works. That's true. All. Right. Guys we'll talk to you soon. Thanks. Bye. Oh.

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"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

The Boomstick Video Club

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

"Like McDonald's coupons and so he can eat. Nuts like he had. He had done. He had been credited for Piranha to even though I guess he didn't actually really do much for the movie 'cause he was actually fired from it was there and got six. We'll make a movie. So he went from that to terminator and after they cast. Arnold. The people who did Conan the barbarian they were like, Oh, well now, we're going to use this clause in Arnold's contract to make Conan the destroyer. So then they had to push terminator back even further. So during this time James Cameron's broke the how many money. So he's living paycheck to paycheck which. Is I don't know where he's getting these patients. Probably from like friends or family probably dude day job yet riley. That's true too it's. A. How directors like this I always find like stories about directors when they first start out really interesting because like they started out pretty much how anybody else would start out like we have to start somewhere some. Yeah and James Cameron is kind of interesting to me because. I saw something in some behind the scenes video where they were talking about how ruthless of director he is where he has this vision and he doesn't deviate from it except for very, very rare instances like going from this, let's have a terminator that blends into. Like. It takes a long time to get him to change his mind and I thought that's very interesting the. People stuck with him during the filming of this if he's so on on them doesn't WANNA deviate. I think it's interesting. Yeah. Impressive for Arnold to do come from Austria. Barely speak any broken English, they have like forty bucks pocket or something like more money. It's yeah. It was famous lifting weights I his kind make a good action movie than what three movies in four movies you did that one late sixties right Was it the Hercules jerky lease in New York? And then yeah, his story is awesome. Yeah and then he just hits the Terminator is of A. Now, he's one of the big action SARS and goes on to hold office in. California. That's impressive. Now, people could do that in their lifetime. Yes, we'll. Cry The governator and he was A. It's crazy 'cause. Everybody everybody in the in their mother was telling him. There's no way you're going to be a movie star look at your name like nobody's GonNa be able to pronounce that who the heck would wanna put Schwarzenegger unlike the title sequence for their movie like a you that's not GonNa work terrify same might sound. Swertz Navy. Sorry. Strong. So Yeah Arnold is he's like the True Lake. Immigrant Success Story. You know I mean like just when he moved here, that's just America was founded one. More American, the most Americans I'd say. There's a lot of truth to that say as. Aggressive man this go from lifting weights to be one of the biggest movie stars of all time. And it wasn't. It wasn't overnight the he definitely, it took them a while to get there but he eventually definitely out there and that's why I go to the gym. One day actually. Movie Star is getting back into I'M GONNA go to Austria. Role reversal. The Austrian Terminator Recommend. Back. Bill to. Actually. Want you to say I will be. Excuse me. I will be. Curve. So it's also kind of crazy thing about like we talked about how much practical effects this movie used in woven when you look at the flip side of the last movie, the James Cameron did was Avatar in and how like CGI heavy movie. Oh. Yeah. So The swing from one to the other. He's not the same director he was now I don't think he is. He's really not but I think the thing that is great about him and his career is when you look at a movie life Terminator. Thank you said it's guerilla filmmaking at its finest I mean really. But he really pushed for a lot of the innovations that we have in filmmaking. Rear projection like it was a thing but like he perfected. And now they're using it in like demand delorean for entire scenes like sets they just rear project the scene built into the camera. It's it's that's a whole other thing. It's definitely an innovator. That's yes. which I like I told these guys about this last night which actually kind. Of. I, I still love James Cameron I love his movies but over the years he's been he's become kind of a little cocky but hid. Titanic and Avatar which are two of the top three. Movies ever I. Feel like he's. I don't WanNa say he deserves. Yeah, yeah, I get. I get any has made a movie since Avatar is like okay well, sure you made Avatar. But would he have flourished now? Making a tour two, three, four, five. I'm curious to see what that's going to be like. Yeah. you say about like the movies he's made like the first handful were all just instant classics like Terminator Terminator Two. Aliens. Rainbow. Part to do that one was that James Cameron. For something in it. I don't think. He was right that. Out Behind That he was Don't worry about the wanted wanted to. He wanted slide to be one of one of the robots in the next one. That'd be cool. He's only been. dragonfly ten. Movies Avenue. which is nuts like with all the things that he's credited for what about Michael beans up to. That's a good question. I thought. You'd have Mr. Bean. Mr Bean. Funny. This was fun. You guys think so. Yeah Yeah, we should do this again some time. Yeah. She started podcast. Yeah. Let's go do that. So. Yeah. That's pretty much it. I. Just WanNa get a few things out of the way I would like to Definitely give a shoutout to. 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"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

The Boomstick Video Club

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

"Along along those lines horror horror fans love the original Terminator 'cause it feels like a slasher movie and the music feels like a like a slasher movie from back from back in the day. So I don't know if you guys have anything to add to that. I like it for sure you have that classic Oh. Yeah. Dude done but it's really saw. It's really soft at first then adult Electrica, Midi synthesizers itself. There was one chasing about halfway through the movie I forget what scene it was, but I really loved like just added that Kinda sci-fi. Scary. Movie feel to it gets really frenetic like, yeah. Like the energy in the scene matches the movie and it was great in hung over although the music is pretty low key and Are. It just adds underlying which I think is yeah. leary good like John Carpenter's thing. Did that really well yeah. Very similar really minimalistic but it just has a lot to versus versus t two, which is like heavy late. In Roses they. They depend the depended more on. Not Not a score but most of the like the soundtrack bad to the bone when Arnold Dr driving the motorcycle, they depended more on that stuff bigger budget. Budget was a lot bigger. Yes. That's true. Music of Bay like you were saying Zach like when when Arnold I stands up at the beginning of the movie, you hear that very low to to to. Drink June Jim. It's so good. So iconic. It's great. It's subtle enough to add a lot of flavor. And the one liners. Let's talk about the one liner. So obviously we have. All be back, which would was. originally not supposed to. Well, it was in the script by Arnold wanted to sound more like an a mike like a machine. So he's like I won't say I will be back in James was like a no like this just leave it as it is. It's GonNa be great, and then when I just imagine practicing that wind immune life. Be Back in. Just the way the way he delivers, it will be. You. You can totally tell why it became such an iconic line just because his delivery of it like I. Don't I think if it was delivered, any other way probably not would've would've been that memorable but just the way arnold delivers is just so good. So iconic when they wrote it, they didn't expect it to have that like black comedy that that like. He'll be back. Good. Home like I really liked. When reasons? If you WANNA. Live. That's funny because everybody says that line but they say it in Arnold's voice at doesn't say in partout and that's the thing about a lot of these one liners in the show up in t to but they're like the kind of that converted things and Ronald saying you know. What. T to the team thousand is on the says. Soon hourly Oh. Yeah. I remember that really does yeah. So. It's very interesting. Played The to according to allow. No that's fine are still closely related. They are. We'll. We'll eventually talk about that fully but yeah the it's Kinda like that it's it's almost reminiscent of. Edgar right reusing the reusing lines all over and over and over and over and over again. In Shaun of the dead like when? For example, like you've got, you've got on you all that kind of stuff. So it's kind of similar like. Arnold has like almost no dialogue. He has a one hundred words. So the is the one hundred words and most of those words take place in the gun shop when he's like, yeah. So let's talk about the very end of this movie. So Sarah is fully under under the realization that she is going to give birth to pretty much pretty much the savior of the World Kinda in Jesus esque type of thing. And I never thought about that. Well, that just like just like entered my brain like Syrup, Connors and analogy for Mary Mary man with. Sex Ed. Part about. The transfer of power. Went from being a woman distressed. That ultimate woman. When she mounted. So yeah. So yeah, that's that's she's fully understanding that John is going to be this ultimate hero and so she's She's driving in the Mexican desert and stops at a gas station and she's recording these these tapes about her journey and She looks like she's probably she at this point in this movie, it must have been like four or five months later because she looks like she's kind of. Ab Bump Yeah. Yes. Kind of far along. And and. And and then this little boy takes the takes his picture of her and it's the exact same picture that reese had earlier in the earlier in the movie. So the movie becomes full full circle I just made a square. A? Full. Gear. And Yeah and then it. Ends with her driving off into the distance. Now, it was just my imagination as a kid or ISN T to don't. They show that clip again and she has like a vision of the world exploiting or something. Or resembling imagination I don't think it's the exact same scene but swinging playgrounds someday. Yeah that. I don't WANNA get too off track but that scene in that movie messed me up as a kid. Yeah. Like went like her she has the vision of the apocalypse and everybody burning up. Is. So many things from T to T. one of my brain is I don't really vividly remember t one now now I need to Rewatch T to. Because that's I. Haven't even seen that in like quiet along I assume on time I need to rewatch into. A right. So yeah, that's it but we're gonNA talk a just a little bit more about some fun facts about the movie gave you got something we want to mention. Women Hamilton who played Sarah she actually broker angle before they started filming. So like during the entire filming, she had this broken ankle. So they had to wait until the very end of shooting, we ought to do any of the running scenes. And if you Watch carefully, you can see when she's running and she's not limping along because she has a broken ankle. Yeah. I was looking for it and that was actually pretty impressed like she was. I. Mean. You could tell she was limping a little bit but she was full on running on. That's what. Yeah. Yeah. So that was pretty impressive. Talk about James Camera being poor. That was. Part of the reason why the budget for this movie was so low. Credit at that point monetarily or. Film, wise but we retire last night and. You're saying. that his mom was mailing him.

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"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

The Boomstick Video Club

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

"Four she has a roommate was their addresses listen on a roommate's name hers. Home like I'm GonNa kill these other Sarah Connor. Hopefully you fingers crossed and it was the right one. That, different movie. So. Yeah. So it's it's very interesting like is when he gets there. He points the gun wants a gun at that copies like what day is it? What is it? What year? And I, actually I think this guy is a really solid actor I think out of out of everybody in the movie him hidden him in Arn- Arnold obviously steals the show for obvious reasons. But this he's a really solid actor. He definitely holds his own and we talked about that a little bit last night about how in the eighties everybody just overacted. Yeah. To compensate for their bad acting they overacted Michael Biehn is actually. Pretty legit movie. Yeah. I doubt he's a great actor. Shouldn't cast Mr me. A-. Can you. You cannot. Mr Buzek actually his father's. I WANNA. See that movie. Okay. So we we also get introduced to Sarah Connor and a little a little bit later and. We were talking about this last night also, this is pre bad Sarah Connor Sarah is working at a restaurant. She's very, she's pretty much lives the most regular life. You could ever picture somebody living and then obviously at the end of this movie she gets established as much more strong character and then in part to it's its it's. Yeah the rest is history she's she's A. Character from there on out. But yeah, I I love I love what he how he writes. He wrote Sarah Connor for this movie and I love like you seeing her character progress throughout the whole movie because she she has to she has to become. She hasn't become tough really quick because and because everything just happens for her so fast. Can you imagine? I definitely can't imagine like. This. Massive person all of a sudden he's hunting you down and you have no idea why but there's one person who seems to know exactly why Being all of this to you like basically in a really quick version. That's like. Should should have been like he should have been like, okay I need to sit you down and tell you the story, but you don't have forty exactly. Will you be put it in that car chase scene because they didn't want one of those boring just like sitting around like here's the exposition. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. pulled that it works though like it really worked like I totally believed it like with the with the urgency of the situation Lake really didn't have any other choice like you need to listen to me. We were talking about this last night so So. A Dow got. To keep her saying you. So there's a scene where racist explained it or you need to do exactly what I say when I say it do exactly as I say and has we're watching this David Goes Oh that sounds like Zach when he's talking to women. which is not. Not True but it's worse usually it was it was a funny joke. Just say, no is pretty reminiscent of Brad Pitt. A mixture between. They'll get. More. Volume. Mr Bean. Exactly. You nailed it. So talking by Sarah I think what's Great I just literally of this. I mean we it's twenty twenty and kind of living in his age of. Filmmakers feeling like they have to make a movie where you have a strong female Oh yeah we're is required because if you don't, you're you're sexist Yep. Bunch of guys sitting around talking about. That's really great. Though is like a James Cameron like that's not he's not going well, studio might not let me make this movie if she's not a strong female woman. and. And I think that. That's Kinda cool. You didn't get that much in the eighties. It was armor Schwarzenegger Investor Stallone Type People in running the movies yeah and she's a great character. She just a whole Damsel in distress. The entire time starts out that way get quickly. Oh now, I knew how you do feel dressings in your wounds and kill this robot. Yeah. But at the time to you know like right around the time to avian came out in Sigourney weaver was a really strong lead in that as well. Yeah and I like that it was forced. It was just a really natural k. they're in a situation that our common. was you know hey, she's a strong empowered woman. We'll final girl they do a good job about like saying like, okay like your important not just because your son is one of. The savior of the world but because you're actually going to help raise your son to make him that man. Talking about how she like Todd and? Fighting defend himself at Friday young age sounds like not just important because your uterus, right? Yeah. Right, yeah. Ih, reporting because you're you and your the near the the mother of the resistance really gave much. Yeah. is which I have not seen Terminator Dark, fate. I've heard a lot of bad things about it but I'm excited to see just to see Sarah Connor back back on the big screen I'm excited to see that despite what you think about the movie I'm I'm.

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"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

The Boomstick Video Club

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

"I think I agree I think I agree. Yeah. Yeah. Not so much for Arnold, but for the skyline of Los Angeles Zach. Yeah. That's what I was talking about So yeah, it was like the first introduction to arnold would probably be equivalent thinking about this last night probably be like the same amount of like like shock and awe win the mountain I appeared on game of thrones. Yeah. Just as massive dude like who is this guy in? Where did he come from type of thing? That's kind of like the how I compare compared it while at the time was there any big guys in movies like Soma wasn't really quite doing much yet was no, it will still on was never was never as big as more cut. Yeah. Have the mass seen when you started saying what? What you were thinking. At this point I would say. It might actually be on par with the first time you see vader. A Let seven years earlier in like just this presence of I mean invaders tall. Yeah. But just. You know this dude. Shows up. Yeah. Yeah. He was fully established as like this ultimate bad ass type of guy, and it's funny. Again, we'll talk about this a little bit. David last night you mentioned how? They. The original plan for the two terminator as a character they were not going in this direction at all if you wanNA elaborate on that. When I making the movie they wanted the terminator be like sort of like a an assassin where he could just kind of like sneak in through crowds and look just like an everyday guy and then. The kill whoever they rafter and then be able to sneak away through the crowd but then. They had Arnold who actually came in to read for the part of. Of the hero reese Greece. That We. John McCain. And he was like, Oh, I, actually like this terminator character no that that would actually work. So then they like reroofing higher terminator as huge larger than life. Balance I watched I watched a little bit of the documentary link that you sent me and it's it's Kinda. Funny. How when Arnold was ruled was reading the script he was more drawn to the terminator character and and when when James met Arnold he he was actually thinking the same thing arnold is thinking like I I'm like I think that this guy is much more fitting for the terminator but they went they went through their dinner just like in like they're meeting thinking like well, I'd better not say that because I don't want to come off as like I don't re-. Reduce Him as an actor. Yeah. They were both thinking the same thing and then initially like I think one of them said. Did you consider me from the part of the term in James is like actually yes. and. That's Kinda and then the rest is history. So yeah. Go ahead. Go for something that I was thinking of something. I found incredibly interesting as a did more research. Than idea that James Cameron came up with the idea of the Terminator. The set of Parana to. He was sick. So he had this fever dream of this metal skeleton like walking through fire. and. It's so cool that you actually get that in this movie like just that icon you really you really do. Yeah. I couldn't imagine having a dreamer make a movie. Yeah that's a fever. Great. Hugh imagine a terminator now were Arnold's the good guy trying to stop a normal looking dude. Your. Turn him trying to explain the backdrop of like in the do. Yeah I wonder if that's how how James. Cameron came up with a lot as movies like I believe you said that about avatars. Slowly blue. slugging. Only. Socially acceptable. Twenty now. And then and then one. One of the blue alien sticks his tail inside another. That may sense. That's probably how suspended from that Jim Level Cameron. The drugs have just. Such. Iconic all right anyway. So. Okay. So Yeah Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator shows up and he goes and demands these punk rockers to give them his clothes. Then he punches a hole right through Bill Paxton like literally right through them I think that's part of the reason why this movie's rated R. But there's a lot more to it but yeah, the violence is established way early yeah he conscious. A hole right through this guy. So automatically, you know that this guy is not human at all in I don't remember that scene all the new any other time I wanted to last night I remember that I also thought that he went to the biker bar in the first one necessarily the second part to a lot of the a lot of people makes up. The beginning of part two and the beginning of part one, they're actually very similar scenes there. Yeah. The the very first at the first movie, a very Jackson Naked Arnold source. Walking up to strange dudes in the middle of the night. Should those guys were really tiny. How did ended clothes fit our yet? I never thought about that until now. The season resold. Just like pull the finger out. Yeah, that's that's must have been what he did. I mean there's no other explanation. So yeah, he like he demands these punk rockers, their clothes and Then you know movie takes off and we get to We also get to see the hero He also transports himself back to nineteen eighty four. A guy by the name of reese and We also get a pretty decent view of his. Naza. Impressive Yeah. Not. Near. was was. Normal Guy and he showed up on a construction site. It's not attractive at all. And he is he traveled back in time. For similar reason but he needs to he needs to protect Sir Connor from this massive He doesn't. He doesn't know who the Terminator is or what he looks like correct like right. He goes back. He he he's. He's there but he really doesn't know who who. Who He's looking for will in part of that, he explains later in the movie when he does talk a little bit about the t six hundreds about how they were more. Think based on the Wiki I read the actually nicknamed those in Canon Grubbers. Okay I didn't really six hundred there silicone you can spot them. You know what you're looking for t eight hundred was a newer model in day blended in A. Tissue okay. So that's why he doesn't know what he's looking for. Yeah. So yeah, he he just appears and honestly. I. Don't know how the heck he and Los. Angeles is pretty big. So I don't know how he ended up like like. Where well he you know Sarah Connor by name so that left. And the picture yeah I forgot about that. Yeah. He's got the picture with them too. So it s on the phone book. At whichever? So, here's something about that like what would the terminator done if Sarah Connor?.

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"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

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"1984" Discussed on The Boomstick Video Club

"Welcome to the boom stick video podcast episode two, number two. Number two without further ado let's throw it over to the boom stick club. Welcome to episode two of the Broomstick Video podcast. Thank you guys so much for joining us. I'm here with the boom stick club minus one we got. Zach. You have a nickname or anything that you want us to show you out with. Some people call me Kayak. Kayak. All right. Like could vote. Phones. The size of all right to my right we got dave clements. Hey How's it going? Directly. In front of me, we got David Hunt Alot. So. Glad you guys are joining us today and today we are talking about the original terminator from Nineteen eighty-four. Directed by James Cameron. But back then it was Jim. Cameron right is that true? Everyone in all the interviews, call him Jim Self I don't know if I think it was. Credited as James. Yeah. Probably just what is friends call maybe? Well we're friends with with them. We'll. We'll just say we're friends with them. So I'm going to call him Jim, Cameron, from now on. Out. Okay. Yeah Yeah. So our friend Jim Cameron directed this movie back in nineteen eighty four. Yup. Yeah I was negative too. To talk about Terminator and we all watched it together last night just to our memories on it and first thing I have to say is this movie is way more brutal than I, remember seeing when I saw as a kid first time I saw it. It was a TV at it of the movie. So obviously, a lot of it was a lot of the violence was taken out and the bad words now want to talk to you guys and I want you to share what when the first time or if you even remember when the first time you saw the movie was whoever wants to start can start. I'll start go ahead. House probably. Under six for sure. I remember on TV as well. So there's a lot of the bad stuff on wash it with my dad and. I just remember really specifically when the semi crashes at the end. Of the giant explosion explosion, he just walks out of it. I. Remember that part of what and when he rips Zaib all out. Yeah. It was like edited some. So it wasn't like is brutal site washed last night Nosy on. A surprisingly, it'd be watching something like Terminator I I. Honestly Think the first time I saw it in its entirety with without being edited was a few years ago. As you 'cause I saw so many versions of it on TV WHO'S NEXT I? I probably didn't actually see it until I was a teenager because I grew up very strict Christian household so If the movie wasn't playing on. then. Probably wasn't watching it make their much. Left behind slow behind NBA. Let behind one through eight. I think the firt first time I saw it was some time after I saw T to. You saw after I didn't even know so it was kind I was I was really So I really don't remember it so. How would actually say that last night might technically be the first time? I've seen the whole thing. Yeah. Yeah. Every it's. It's so classic that like. Every everybody in their mom remembers bits and pieces from a to do a little bit more research. I asked actually asked my father if he remembers when this movie I came out. And he was like, Oh, I definitely remember when it first came out of it was it was such a big deal not for the not for the reasons you may think it was a big deal because it was advertised like. Almost, like a slasher movie with the SCIFI twist everybody loved it just because of how intimidating arnold. Schwarzenegger was. And this was obviously One of Arnold's probably Arnold's I. Really Really Big Role. I think. Right after Conan so like he did, yes Tony Barbarian Conan, the destroyer did this. So yes. It was right when he was starting to become a star. The. Beginning more of a household name yeah. Just like A. Weight lister rate. In. He was just a massive human being, right? Yeah and on that noble just get started. Talking just a little bit about the story and it starts in twenty, twenty nine, and then it rewind to nineteen eighty-four when. Arnold as the. As what is it the tea what the cyber signed systems model One a one or something eight, hundred, eight, one one I was actually looking at that before we started. Actually, before I got here, I was looking into things because I had heard the t six, hundred He is the more advanced model of the t six hundred he's eight hundred. Living tissue for skin instead of lake silicone or top shift yeah. Okay. Yeah. That makes more sense. so He's a teeny. He appears out of nowhere. In Los Angeles in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four through actually decent looking kind of like electronic beam Pretty good. For the time. Yeah. I'm never ending early CG and that was probably like one of the only CGI type shots that they use rob. Yeah Yeah. Most practical. Yes. Most of it was practical. The IT looked pretty good. ICONIC TO. Just. 'cause when you think of Terminator showing you seen that one where you've seen t to just that electricity and the way that he appears I know you're going to get to them by the way that he gets. You know the way he shows up is so contacted. A really does set the tone for what this character is. Very. Very cool. Yeah and when he stands up and you just see how massive arnold was back then because we were saying that last night like while we were watching this, it's like that was definitely like his his Mr Universe physique the he was just massive human as laws. Get a full on arnold but view as he like he stands on the roof and he's looking at the skyline of Los Angeles honestly best part movie..

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