35 Burst results for "1989"

Wes Moore to be sworn in as Maryland's first Black governor

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Wes Moore to be sworn in as Maryland's first Black governor

"Was more becomes Maryland's first black governor. Moore will be sworn in as governor today using a Bible once owned by Frederick Douglass, a marylander who escaped slavery on the state's eastern shore before becoming the famed abolitionist. Before Moore's inaugural speech, he scheduled to visit the Annapolis city dock, which was once one of the region's slave ports, and when he gives his inaugural speech as Maryland 63rd governor, Moore will be looking out on a mall in front of the capital with a statue of former U.S. Supreme Court Justice, thurgood Marshall, was more becomes the third black governor elected in the nation's history, Virginia's Douglas wilder was elected in 1989 and deval Patrick of Massachusetts was elected in 2006. I'm Donna water

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Robbie Knievel, daredevil son of Evel Knievel, dies at 60

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Robbie Knievel, daredevil son of Evel Knievel, dies at 60

"Robbie knievel, the daredevil son of Evel Knievel, has died. I Norman hall, stunt performer Robbie knievel literally followed in the tracks of his father, motorcycle daredevil evil knievel. Robbie knievel completed a jump in 1989 in Las Vegas over the Caesars Palace fountains that left his father injured in 1967. His thoughts included jumping his motorcycle over aircraft on the deck of New York's USS Intrepid. Accelerating now to 80 miles an hour to make the jump. And he's done it. Knievel's brother Kelly knievel says the scary stunts took their tolls. He says Robbie died in Nevada hospice after battling pancreatic cancer. Robbie knievel was 60. I Norman hall

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A Look Back at Ronald Reagan's 'Time for Choosing' Speech

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

A Look Back at Ronald Reagan's 'Time for Choosing' Speech

"We're going to do Reagan's speech from January 11th, 1989. It was think about I want to frame this speech at first. This was Reagan's after 8 years. It had been a long 8 years. It had been a eventful 8 years in many ways, good and bad, and I think he acknowledges that in this speech. But he goes back and remember, early in his presidency, he had almost never happened. Remember he was almost assassinated and we didn't really know till years several years later how close he was to actually being killed with the bullet of the assassin. Hinkley at that time. And I think if you look at a time in his presidency where he started the campaign coming out of 80 with Carter and how it began and then how that transitioned after not only the putting in of his perspective after the assassination attempt, the tax break issue, the tax cuts, the recession, and then into an economy that by the time this speech was given, the economy was really on a very sharp trajectory up. There was the excess of the 80s for those of us who grew up in the 80s, this was my decade. As far as being a teenager in college, getting married, the pastel colors, the big hair, the music. I mean, it's just, it was just a decade of a lot of, you know, if you look back on it, some would say today, you know, it was a lot. As you look at this going forward. So to see Reagan summed this up and nobody was probably more prevalent than Reagan during this decade, not only on the American studies, but the world stage.

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The Federal Reserve Is Doing a Disastrous Job at Reducing Inflation

The Trish Regan Show

01:50 min | Last month

The Federal Reserve Is Doing a Disastrous Job at Reducing Inflation

"But the Federal Reserve in this attempt to really snuff out inflation is just doing a disastrous disastrous job. In other words, a 1989 New York fed research paper that actually Peter coy cited. It was something that was published in the journal of finance. And it effectively was able to establish that an inversion of that yield curve was indeed a predictor of recession. I don't know as we need a whole study for it because I think it's somewhat intuitive, right? Isn't it intuitive if somebody's that worried about the near term that they're willing to lend you money for 30 years or ten years at a discounted rate then over the next couple of years, I think that's kind of a red flag. You don't need a whole darn research paper published by a bunch of fancy academics, but a lot of academics have done the work, including duke university's school of business, had an economist that produced a similar study, a similar result, sometimes people debate, oh, who was first. You know what? Again, it's just pretty darn obvious because there's some kind of stress in the system when you're willing to lend me money for 30 years. More willingly than you are for two, right? That kind of should be the red flag that says, we get a problem over the next couple of years. And that's what we have everyone. We have a problem over the next couple of years. A self inflicted problem that should not be here. People say to me, well, how do we fix it? How do we get out? To which I would just say, look, I just left the station. The opportunity to fix it. That was a long time ago. That was actually a year and a half ago. Maybe even two years ago, maybe even back in summer of 2020, maybe we shouldn't have given that second stimulus check, and the last thing we needed was Joe Biden offering a third check, coupled with the cracker jacks on Capitol Hill saying, okay, let's spend billions more. I mean, these people just don't get it. They just want to get elected. They think that this is the answer to getting elected. I would just say this. We need to be responsible.

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"1989" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:18 min | Last month

"1989" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Okay. Yeah, it's on the Warner Brothers back lot. So yeah, actually stars hollow is not too far from there with these Gilmore Girls. And the Gotham set from Batman Returns. They're all in that kind of thing. Also Christmas movie. Yeah, there you go. So I've heard the term a Christmas adjacent movie. Yeah. And gremlins and Batman Returns were both in that. So is it canon that they live in Gotham? They're not far. Oh my God. Murtaugh is eventually move into that house next to the griswold. Yeah. Hold on. Clark W griswold has absolutely perfect life for an origin story for a Batman villain. 100%. I like this. And I think and his name could be the family man. Oh. I was going to say captain chaos. That's great too. But I like the family man that works at a serial varnish company. He's already got some weird, like he can make things very slippery. Yes. It's semi permeable is partially he already had the chainsaw. And the hockey mask. He's got a sidekick. It's not osmotic. It seals and coats the flake. Yeah. The milk can't get through. So yeah. Kind of like my cereal soggy. Yeah. Yeah. I like it that it gets that way. Yeah. It puts me in the corner. I have cinnamon toast crunch. Reese's puffs. Oh. Oh. CTC. And golden grahams, lucky charms. It feels like discount CTC. What's that? Golden grabs feels like discounting. But it's a different mouth feel though. It's a whole different transition of the cereal. I like it to be hard and crunchy and you're like, man, I'm working my ass off to eat this fucking goddamn cereal. My top of my mouth sucks. It ripped. But then the sogginess comes in. Yeah. It helps you halfway through. Exactly. So amber help her. As we've grown through the years, can we address, do we can we know why kids love the taste of sending to a scratch? We're adults now. I mean, in many ways, the big boy never left. I never grew up. He's still a Toys "R" Us kid. The tricks rabbit still lets me eat tricks. He's like, Jesus, you're fucking good, man. I'm like, oh, that's also things hurtful. That's an image. You're just a rabbit. Here, man, just have them. Yeah. Okay, kids, this 40 year old band's gonna be joining us for hopes. That took me lucky terms. I found out where the keebler elves were making their cookies and they had to move. They were like, man, we're going to a different tree. I was like, oh, all right, well. See ya. That's why you don't see those commercials. Yeah, they're like in a poison sumac Bush now. Cookies. They had to move. Why is my mouth so itchy? That's why they don't share their location anymore. I'm the reason the L's GPS is off now. Man, so this movie. Yeah. Semi permeable. Non osmotic. So that's my build up and see what you guys think. And we'll start with whoever wants to start and jump in there. I'll go first. This is my second time watching it. I think this is my first time watching it start to finish. It's one of those movies that sort of always on.

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 China's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

China's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'

"Many a month after granting himself new powers, China's leader Xi Jinping is facing the kind of public anger not seen for decades due to his zero COVID strategy. Demonstrators in Chengdu chanted and locked down and free speech, as well as make China great again as they gathered in the dark around candles in Shanghai protesters assembled along the streets, many chanting and filming a stream of police officers arriving to control the protests. Widespread demonstrations like these have not been seen in China since the army crushed the 1989 student led pro democracy movement in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, John Hopkins political analyst of says, however, the protests happening now are less of a threat to the government than the chairman uprising. Students and protesting that there's clear sign that the party leadership is divided. And

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Inside Iran With Dr. Walid Phares

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Inside Iran With Dr. Walid Phares

"Let's go back to what's happening inside Iran in that case. So if you look at revolutions, if you look at regime changes from the ground up, there's a pivotal moment where the dictatorship, it's that moment in Christmas Day 1989, where ceausescu is on the balcony, giving his speech, and the people say no, the secret police open fire, but then when he tries in escapes in the military helicopter, the pilot says he fakes an engine problem, lands the helicopter in the middle of nowhere. The local barracks arrests ceausescu and his wife, and does a military tribunal. There has to be that moment where the organs of state power say we will no longer persecute our fellow citizens. As in Hungary, for example, units of the police or the military handed over their weapons to the students, is that I know this is very hard because Iran, along with North Korea is a very hard target in terms of intelligence and open-source material. Are there any indications of fishes of factions of fractures inside the regime? Could we imagine some units somewhere of the pasta run or somebody saying very legitimate questions have actually. Because that's the key. And I haven't been asked this question before. Let me tell you my experience. I've been following this since 79. I was a kid at the time. And what these units inside the guard or mostly inside the regular army would be waiting for. And let me jump to example or Eastern Europe. They did it because in Washington there was a strong leadership of Reagan Bush Reagan tear down that wall, bush was pushing forward. There is a difference between demonstrators, young people, demonstrating and people who are in the units and the military they need guarantees what will happen to us. They want to feel safe. Voila. So as long as we have this demonstration as long as we have Biden supporting the regime. Yes, they need a voice. Now, if the Congress acts with the strong voice that will go with this, they will buy this. But without the administration or Congress or the Europeans, it's going to be difficult,

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'Who Are China's Walking Dead?' With Author Kay Rubacek

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

'Who Are China's Walking Dead?' With Author Kay Rubacek

"To the author of who are China's walking dead, a personal journey into the strange world of communist culture and officialdom, K rubic is an author, award winning filmmaker, journalist, you were just talking about where you first heard the term Walking Dead. So you said you were talking to one of the officials who was behind the tenement square massacre in 1989. One of the men who allowed these murders to take place or who perpetrated the murders. An operator. He was a police chief. And he had to follow this. He felt that he had to follow those orders. Right. Well, of course, this is what these cultures are like. It's kind of like being in hell and you've got bigger demons telling the smaller demons if you don't do this. We will torture you. And so it is so wicked and horrifying, but you're saying that this man who was at least in part responsible for these murders himself was dead inside and he admitted this to you as he's speaking to you that his soul has been crushed. And he not only that, there was so many concepts that come from this communist ideology. He told me that he called his daughter that night and said go out and watch the killing because they lived in Beijing, they were very close to Tiananmen Square. I'm a mother, and I'm like, why? Why did you do that? And he's looking at me as if to say, what's wrong with why don't I understand? And he said, well, Lennon says, and he's quoting Lenin to explain this is this is what happens when you really are consumed your faith is replaced by the faith of the state of communism that ideology. And so he told his daughter to go and watch because he knew that the propaganda would kick into effect the very next day, which it did to say that the students were killing soldiers on the square.

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Author and Attorney Mark Paoletta on First Meeting Clarence Thomas

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:32 min | 5 months ago

Author and Attorney Mark Paoletta on First Meeting Clarence Thomas

"Met clarence Thomas one of these fortunate episodes in 1983. I was a senior in college, I was interning in D.C. and vice president Bush was going up to campaign of all things for my uncle, who was the Republican mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut. He was a conservative. It was 5 to one Democrat registration and Bridgeport, the Democrats kept running the loser in the primary as the independent in any event. George wishes going up there, I was invited to fly up in the air force two. To go to the event. And up in Bridgeport was clarence Thomas, who was at another event, he was the eeoc chairman at the time. And my mentor was a gentleman by the name of Tom lady who became the ambassador to the Vatican under Bush 41. But he was hosting clarence Thomas. And after those two events, we met at a hotel lobby with Vassar maladie and wanted justice Thomas clarence Thomas's aides and talked for about an hour. And he was electrifying, right? He was just full of energy, full of ideas, the nicest guy, just you know him, did he just, yeah, so he made an impact on me. And that was the only time I met him at that time, but it made an impact. Flash forward to 1989. I'm in the Bush 41 White House. I'm working on judicial selection. And being young, I think it was 26, a volunteering when we were looking at clarence Thomas for the D.C. circuit. And so I offered to reach out to him and other people had talked to him informally, but this was kind of the first time the judicial selection committee and I think February of 89 met to decide, okay, what are we doing about the D.C. circuit? I reached out to justice Thomas, young aide in The White House. He's a German the EOC couldn't have been nicer. We ended up talking for an hour. I told him I wanted to get him to send me all of his speeches, articles, all that kind of stuff so we could do that due diligence, right? Long before the Internet, right? Get stuff in paper. So he sent over everything. I still have the letter. It's dated March of 89 somewhere in there. And that became or began our friendship. Where I loved reading his stuff, right? So when you talk about did I recognize yes. This guy was principal, a fighter at that time he was calling out Congress for their hypocrisy and their craziness or he had been a chairman of the EEOC. They had had something like 60 oversight hearings, right? And then you had the black leadership continually pounding clearance Thomas. And you see him standing up and not bending,

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Agent: Rushdie off ventilator and talking, day after attack

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Agent: Rushdie off ventilator and talking, day after attack

"The satanic verses author Salman Rushdie was taken off a ventilator and able to talk Saturday a day after he was stabbed while on stage about to give a lecture in western New York The 75 year old's agent confirms whose breathing on his own but remains in the hospital with serious injuries on Saturday 24 year old hottie mutal was in court pleading not guilty to attempted murder charges The judge denying the New Jersey man who was born in the U.S. to parents who emigrated from Lebanon bail prosecutors calling the attack targeted unprovoked pre planned the DA alluding to the fatwa as a potential motive That's the death threat and bounty on rushdie issued by Iran's leader in 1989 over the satanic verses and its depiction of the prophet Muhammad I'm Julie Walker

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Eric and James Howard Kunstler Reminisce About the Rabbit Ears Series

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Eric and James Howard Kunstler Reminisce About the Rabbit Ears Series

"To James Howard kunstler, also known as Jim, Jimmy Jimbo. Jimmy Jack. Jim reverend Jimmy. So we were just talking about rabbit ears. So yeah, so in the late 80s, early 90s, I got this job that I've started director of gravity, and I thought, who can I turn to who could write these stories? So you did just great work. And rabbit ears would, so we create this children's book, but then we get top Hollywood names to record them. I think the Davy Crockett was like Nicholas cage. And sacagawea, I don't remember who did that one. I'm pretty sure it was mom's maybelle. I'm almost, I'm almost certain that I don't. It was either mom's maybelle or Sinatra. Either one. One of those two. But then we would get amazing musicians. Garrison keeler. Yeah. Can you use his name now? Is it safe to say garrison? I think he wants his touched a woman's back. When they were taking a photo and he lost his career over that thing. Goodness. Marco Connor, the fabulous Marco Connor, did the music for that. It was quite a fantastic production of video. Well, that's the point is that the rabbit hair stuff was super accurate to one tons of awards. So I had the privilege of writing many of those. And my name is attached to these Grammy Awards for best children's recording 1989 or something like that. I think that one too. Yeah, I know. It's crazy. So but that's kind of like the last time I saw you in person. Was 1991.

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Forgotten co-defendant of Central Park 5 to be exonerated

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Forgotten co-defendant of Central Park 5 to be exonerated

"A forgotten co defendant of the so called Central Park 5 is set to have his conviction on a related charge overturned A hearing was scheduled for this afternoon in the case of Stephen Lopez he was arrested along with the 5 other black and Latino teenagers and the rape and assault on Tricia Miley who was a 28 year old jogger in Central Park in 1989 but Lopez reached a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to the lesser charge of robbing a male jogger and served more than three years The Central Park 5 now known as the exonerated 5 had their convictions overturned in 2002 after evidence linked convicted serial rapist and murderer Matthias Reyes to the attack Julie Walker New York

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 Taurean Blacque, actor on 'Hill Street Blues,' dead at 82

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Taurean Blacque, actor on 'Hill Street Blues,' dead at 82

"An Emmy nominated actor who was one of the stars of hill street blues has died His name taurine black TV viewers in the 1980s will remember him as the street wise detective Neil Washington on hill street blues He was there throughout the show's run and his work earned him an Emmy nomination for best supporting actor in 1981 He was also in Sanford and son what's happening good times and taxi Black has died at the age of 82 after a brief illness black had two biological sons and adopted 11 children in 1989 president George H. W. Bush named him a national spokesman

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Rob Young Shares His Amazing Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 7 months ago

Rob Young Shares His Amazing Story

"Rob, you have an amazing story to tell. So I'm going to ask you what happened to you in January of 1986. And then what happened to you in May of 2016? Yeah, it was actually January of 1989. January 1719 89. I was a first grade at Cleveland elementary school in Stockton, California. And morning, I was one of 29 students who was injured when a gunman entered on our campus during recess. He was armed with an AK-47 and a 9 millimeter, and he took in on us children as we played on the playground. 5 of my classmates were killed that day and I was I was shot twice that day. I had a round travel through my right foot. When I hit the ground, I had another round hit the pavement in front of me and I still have a very large piece of that bullet in my chest to this day. How old were you, rob? I was 6 and a half years old at the time. And who tell us about the shooter Patrick purdy who was he? What was his connection to the school and did anybody work out why he did what he did? Yeah, well, obviously, you know, he did what most cowardly active shooters do and as the police arrived, he ended up in his own life after his own evil deed there. And so nobody really knows. He was a student at that school at one time. He was a drifter from what I understand and when I read up about him, he grew up in and out of the criminal system was arrested several times, had some mental health issues, you know, just very, very violent person went around the few days before the shooting and was bragging and bars that he was going to make history.

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Communism Didn't Stop in 1989 With Xi Van Fleet

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:20 min | 7 months ago

Communism Didn't Stop in 1989 With Xi Van Fleet

"So there's ignorance in America when it comes to communism here, there's also ignorance about communism elsewhere. There is, we fought this in the Trump administration, but for many Americans, they look at China today as it's not really communist. It's some kind of weird capitalism, but it's not, is it? This is still communism. This is a place common thorns through. Right. So we have to understand that communism didn't stop in 1989. No. No. Okay. And one of the problems is I think Americans made a lot of mistakes, dealing with communism. So for China to come to American to be introduced to American people, like after the fall of Soviet Union, and we believe even me can not believe, okay, communism is defeated. China is on the way to reform and so we're going to have democracy there. Look what happened. You can not reform communism. The only thing is destroy it completely destroyed. Look what happened now. West, instead of a China look more like us, we are look more like China. Wow. That's

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Who Is Justice Thomas?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:16 min | 7 months ago

Who Is Justice Thomas?

"Him. What is something that people don't know about clarence Thomas that you intimately found out about him. And the reason why you were inspired to do the work of the book and also the documentary. Yeah, so what I'd say, Brandon is justice Thomas is the nicest and funniest and most kind of engaging guy you're going to meet in your life. Everyone who meets clarence Thomas. And there's hundreds of them his walks of like love him. And I'll just tell you a couple of stories. I met him in 1983, okay? Well, I was a college senior and I met him at an event and he was seeing chairman and he treated me like whatever. Like a good guy. He's listening to me and I loved meeting him for about an hour. I went into the Bush White House in 1989 and we were thinking about president Bush's team about appointing him to the D.C. circuit at the time and I reached out to him again young aide in The White House. But at the end of talking for an hour, got to know each other, he sent me all his materials. And what I read about at that time when he's right in the 80s was kind of electrifying his kicking on Congress has taken on a civil rights group. He's taken on the hypocrisy. And I loved

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 Police patrol Hong Kong park to enforce Tiananmen vigil ban

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Police patrol Hong Kong park to enforce Tiananmen vigil ban

"Police in Hong Kong are enforcing strict security on the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown in China dozens of police officers patrolled Hong Kong's Victoria park after authorities banned any public acknowledgment of the Tiananmen Square crackdown for a third consecutive year for decades Hong Kong traditionally held a candlelit vigil in the park to remember the violent military suppression of student protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square on the 4th of June 1989 the ban is seen as part of a move to eradicate any signs of political dissent and is evidence of Hong Kong's loss of freedoms as Beijing tightens its grip over the semi autonomous Chinese city Hong Kong resident Donald Tam told the AP Beijing's increasing control over the city is upsetting I'm

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A Look Back at Ronald Reagan's Final Address as President

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:54 min | 10 months ago

A Look Back at Ronald Reagan's Final Address as President

"Today we're going to do Reagan's speech from January 11th, 1989. It was think about, I want to frame this speech at first. This was Reagan's after 8 years. It had been a long 8 years. It had been a eventful 8 years in many ways, good and bad, and I think he acknowledges that in this speech. But he goes back and remember, early in his presidency, he had almost never happened. Remember he was almost assassinated and we didn't really know until years several years later how close he was to actually being killed with the bullet of the assassin. Hinkley at that time. And I think if you look at a time in his presidency where he started the campaign coming out of 80 with Carter and how it began and then how that transitioned after not only the putting in of his perspective after the assassination attempt, the tax break issue, the tax cuts, the recession, and then into an economy that by the time this speech was given, the economy was really on a very sharp trajectory up. There was the excess of the 80s for those of us who grew up in the 80s, this was my decade. As far as being a teenager in college, getting married, the pastel colors, the big hair, the music. I mean, it's just, it was just a decade of a lot of, you know, if you look back on it, some would say today, you know, it was a lot. If you look at this going forward. So to say Reagan summed this up and nobody was probably more prevalent than Reagan during this decade, not only on the American studies, but the world stage. And when you understand his presence on the world stage, that came from an American stage, you'll understand better what he says here in just a little bit about how, you know, there's a quote in here that I'll talk about where he says in the speech. He said, we started off to change a country and ended up changing a world.

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Dinesh Chats With Rebekah Koffler, Author of 'Putin's Playbook'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:38 min | 11 months ago

Dinesh Chats With Rebekah Koffler, Author of 'Putin's Playbook'

"I'm delighted to welcome to the podcast Rebecca coughler. She's a Russian born U.S. intelligence expert. She's worked with the defense intelligence agency with the CIA. She's briefed The Pentagon and she is the author of an important book called Putin's playbook. Russia's secret plan to defeat America, Rebecca, thanks for joining me, delighted to have you, I want to talk about Russia and Ukraine. But before I do that, I'd like people to get to know you a little better. You grew up in Russia. Talk a little bit about your kind of formative years and then when you or your family move to America. Sure, thank you for having me. I'm so delighted to be here with you and your audience. Yes, I was born and raised behind the iron curtain in the former Soviet Union. And my parents never agreed with the service system and they were raising me to go to America eventually. They encouraged me to learn English, which I did from third grade. And then all through high school and then I went to the university in Moscow and I learned some more. And eventually, in 1989, I came to America just like my mother wanted me. The land of freedom and justice and opportunity and after September 11th, I really wanted to go serve in the intelligence community and I became an intelligence officer DIA and I worked with CIA as well.

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"At the time. I think two guys buses to be my favorite because had impact a kid at a cinema toys. They would they would just nice cartoon characters on the big screen tomato talia instead of this reverend saturday night live cast movie and obviously as the as went on. I realized i like it. I think he gets quite shots. Upon don't understand why i think is good. It's just not lewisville. Many iconic moments in that film like the river of slime when grabbing at raise fate in sissel lie had chosen the cinema. Mike is still kind of vaguely. Remember that made me feel it. Freaks me out the scary brothers in the courtroom saying the chaz just popping up one by one by one. I sing s. Fantastic komo's winston. Salem and unrest to the style stowed unaware winston was anyway just disappearance. He's a courtroom with them and then he just. That's gonna cancel days. But i just think it's amazing i truly do. I mean vigo. he's fine. I don't think he's as good as some people might make out as but lila crisp system. I really day of memories that i found. I mean i was going to pitch this question and then as a thought than mobile This one bit out. Arizo isn't elvis. They do think took a little bit too far waive the statute of a. Yeah you could tell they kind of soften that film the film kind of softened lost this. That was probably because of the animated series Fell a bit dake and we'll say colorful. It wasn't like it wasn't as jarring. Sab the first ninja turtles movie and equal to the second one where it was literally the bloody cartoon even down to the logo pairing the title. Cut it just like they rounded the edges and they're just fell a bit more kid friendly. You still had the character looking at it. I think if. I think minimum still think you bill. Murray isn't a i mean. Janine was just like what the hell she just turned to name from the cartoon she was at just blunt character in the first film very very commanding character Dates to add an attitude about from the head glasses. She was named from the shot. It was different character Franchisee way.

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"Finally funding in film Wife at the same time when it goes for family ties set to the future set to film the to what's and yet essentially eric stoltz was let go from the project from followed obscene differences Fox in the chemistry was bang on. And the rest is history as i said An pictures of eric stops in film. They haven't released any deleted footage of him acting mcchrystal noise or any of the actors not Al with that of Two shots that survive in the film of eric. Stoltz one more jumped since the delorean in the radiation Is when he throws a punch biff in a diner fist. He's in the film but very briefly. so many. see more jump into It's and he's punching. Biff is eric stops his wide of spicer for it was put in filming the pickup shots just for that spliced together but yet i just haven't released any footage which name because she likes to see stops his take on the character deputies if you see pictures as well like his mommy is dressed. I'm looking She picked right. Now is quite dog like doll. Concerns is not as happy as eighty like win Very site bonnabel Identify escape boards and stuff like that and the stokes pictures he's wearing Colors with stumped skateboards a picture in in the car. The the nineteen fifties shots. But yeah it'd be. It'd be very interesting. To see tyke are really would to say it might be one day. But i've got is pictures in this book of behind the scenes where crispin flop one day maybe focus. Don't find your release it. I think we a sound to the future. If you ever seen it then whatnot go much right. Now because life will be changed forever so quickly touch on another phil spent sony Up And that's ghostbusters to Talk about Just sits Memories rich free of a cell police. Yeah the tonight might be just like Bad in the first one. No no no no no. I'm not saying everybody. Besson auto must have to get back on the time machine. And i can't remember whether i saw this first all the original because of this was my first film cinnamon. Oc obviously a big pile of wha wanted to say it was the back of the real ghostbusters. I remember having the first film on vhs and member of it's off to the fact..

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"Date on the two thousand fifteen usa today newspapers type of the twenty second this is christopher. Lloyd's birthday recorded to sing too late. I stay on us and Leading into the las part film not want to talk about is crispin glover. His sued the filmmakers as he hadn't wanted permission to use In politics as he didn't wanna do the film crispin lawyers nine not It but basically didn't want to be in the film and then when they used his likeness for it. He was happy about it because they got another Actor and then they just molded his face over the top of the acta rhyme to i gave him the distinguished chin To look like the george Crispin ended up suing the filmmakers Even down to lie the michael j. fox apparently to four In a scott case unanimous Is called volt reason that his permission but they he decided to settle out of corporate six seven hundred and sixty five thousand dollars. Fine universal company is is whether it would be a makeup issue because universe will arrive to stop. it's interesting the previous film Did as well apparently yeah they sing. time around and his parents were a daughter. Used to stop for. And because it's still petitional but yeah when when jaycee said On this something wisely account remedy actor's name Free wiseman muslim geoffrey. Geoffrey say joseph Took a random. A random bond tangen oversee. Christmas love is to son of brisk love. He was in dumpster. Frown i did not know mr today. Mr wynn mr kid from donaldson forever. Bruce luxuries christians that My houston formation day. Just prosthetics so yeah they did. They decided to sell out of coke because it just would have been low cheaper child. The screen actors guild sub subsequently introduced new rules about illicit use of actors from the whole scenario. That hope that is whole thing led to the whole time line in the film. All the Flooding that nine ninety five Because it just could get crispin travel to to To a great comeback and uh Fifth into i was while i was i had Trouble trouble With the eric stoltz. Yes in the original molly fly and then I'm not quite sure what happened to that. Chrissy can you got any knowledge changed. Our so much is ridiculous. Opposite why or retainer is insane. I couldn't tell you point number skill. My i get it from my friends and wa bohol wage In studies in the like stupid information basically as magazine guy. What fading vibes from eric stoltz and they filmed scenes and clean Like a quarter of the film with him and christopher lloyd older location sheets and they just want fitting. The chemistry was never with him. And christopher lloyd and they forged trademark jay fox in an again is humus. Like repea- of life you know about the whole Bond controversy where he was gonna be bonded ninety seven and then he was still and then that will like We're gonna use that used to abolish keeping you. And he was. He was stuck in that contract. Same have much fox. They couldn't hold.

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"The hair should never look at now. It's funny because when i was a kids you didn't think about it and when you grow up in the late nineties you realize trump person is. He built his empire. His dad's Selective president four years ago. And you're like what just happened. Yeah the whole muddling off the donald trump's assistant saying and how it actually came to fruition for Even more insane History doesn't repeat itself was trying to find a funny subscribe to the eagle. Must throw the delorean like free. It's it's like holiday done because it needs somebody. Maude and limited funds to try and get Limited time panisse Infrequent boxes in the combat. Things never done a potluck before slight hot works we should we do episode. Potlucks show put on the list. How does your body. Where i come in and remember. That was one. Yes yes capitalized on. Hold dressy park thing and you build your own t. Rex complete with like scattered flat here. Skit any Yeah i definitely remember collecting. The star trek files never completed it. and then very thankful when digital copy. My pat much book store store will moms skype stimulus. I can't even remember flicking freedom to get reference points Justice came out literally late nineties. The incident Superfast false broadband came out in any like orange saw pulpit opening Such criteria boom. There it is completely pictures inflammation in. Tom stanton was reps We're with this like forest wealth of paper. have these. yeah. I might not think his discussion flora a future episode where whether internet killed some much joy that we had as children My children now. I'm feel sorry for them. In some ways in things slot the those kind of things in the star trek fact files and i mean half the fun i think was. It was getting that new over late stem issue. And i'm blind the much not called references in the staff in an into equipment or episodes or planet soil alien races or even like introductory issues. One hundred nine right shoes. Seven hundred nine fishes to four hundred not needs to re-mortgage your house a sale call.

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"They found themselves in and the set productions must've been Amazing to to build in Hybrids give anything to walk on a production even just diminishes the props everything. It's not like east. Visa is site when you see things done from rue that done for real now To have solo running down a green colorado infinite gaps. And like you said it feels real because it's real tangent of Actually go in front of me right now. The massive coffee table book at least a few years back. The ultimate visual history did not know fills. all i'll sends send a pick Had it for a couple of years hold on just lifted for shelf as we're chatting about very smooth might i move listens considers chris. Lean smelled is pages. Now it's just like when you mentioned like the production design something to look up and an assist amazing dislike flicky for it now. Caution designed to set to songs Designs i decision as well. Yeah just the different characters that each act tonight. had to do Demised has well that already appreciate the that they act to set foot in since she playing free or full different versions of themselves. Occasionally folks. I mean i think accounted about full maybe caught Ut yet she'd got yeah count. emolument fly and then the sun and then he paid his daughter his future self as well. Yes and his future. Self and phillipines announced bill in paul. Frey shaima susana is ancestor Fill such right now. of course. that's not forget christine macabre applying the odor judgment flight. Oh sorry i was going to get into that so not very interesting story. Toby points in the film I will simply good points to film some ground person favorite sayings rich but I like i like kind of some of the metrics about the film. Like from like Cafe eighties the jaws fall wasn't it. Nineteen nineteen choice for she happens. This is nine hundred. Eighty really personal. Yes i just like the guy takes. Rehydrating pete's seepage. Now i i love it. I just don't actually use actually quite front and center on the screen. Clinton little visual gags notes to want things might evolve into the future. Different consumer products co. fax machines is my fax. That's the thing with the rehydration pizza thing. It was like lampooning but also pankaj to the old films that have dehydrated food. That rehydrate united fifties and forties b-movie return vote. We're slap into the future rate hard-right pizza hut and then boom have thousand dollars to make a film. Pizza hut sponsor product placement Pepsi and under riches mentioned which is mentioned. Tv but Were you told my brother. What was going to repair more witted I think i was a complement of a show. It's oriented waiting. I couldn't believe it still about what is was it flying..

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"We rich didn't we see dress. Paul conceivable release three eighty. Something blu ray release and we saw it in three days. Why then we we. Hotel greenwich that Show What was that. Like to see jurassic park in three day. It was good. It was chris. Constellation murray was in screen. wasn't it the messy lineage. That's like twenty particular thing. I suppose if thing we've ever had to be anytime i've done i maximize stressing come time picking you up. Been work Droutsas in london. But yeah it's an accident. We say you say sorta unreleased. I wouldn't so the The twenty anniversary. 'cause did it for twenty fifteen. Didn't i think then they released it on the the twenty fifth or the twenty six Funding off a uk quote from glorious. People don't ebay releases a night. Look amazing on its her. But it's seeing all next film. Rob is watching as a kidney says now on the screen again. It's like whoa. It brings back happy fuzzy memories. You have remember save By said when we released it never had the opportunity to see it when it first came out the cinema young at the time was amazing Back to the future is tournament as one of my might pfeiffer movie trilogies enough it was just. It was just amazing. Just fail to see that film in the cinnamon have experience with it Some kind of a. I would get chance to have so on. It's actually an definitely When the current situation is under control. If you like can we can look at. That's the to. The cinema have continued doing that. Famous like tom to die. might wanna So let's just get for the rest of this list and then we can touch a film that we talk about Number six was twins movie But panic at least in nineteen in america in nineteen ninety nine over here crossing Think didn't happen in cash Time cash tonight. You know in in the states. November december eight nine and we didn't get to like look some all right ninety all something on a misled is now we sell ten years releases like four hours off as the kids is that but now we south extremely old twins that took eight point six six seven million pounds number five expect to the future policy which took nine million Votaw thousand.

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"Number. Even that lloyd the opening the opening gun is one of the most impact is as a kid. I watched european and i was just like when he's punching ours'll biggs is amazing i ever watched and he's lightest rubbing off on gorbachev's anyway. Sorry oh my god. Do you think this was like the the film that took the spoof film. It did it. Well my airplane again. My people did extremely well but yet at the christ followed that has restored until ten years ago. Five years ago. I think naked gun deputy popularized definitely because i think that's leslie nielsen. Loves it was a big of all the spoof genre like for better or worse whether it's the naked gun whether it's the spy hearts he was kind of the poster boy was. Yeah it's I would say indefinitely. Yeah and Seven point seventy seven million. Pounds south Number seven was ghostbusters to eight point. Three two nine zero. I'll pay to see that. Was that your first bridge in with my my parents and i said my have a cinema experience and then was it me and respect to of us. We went about Eight years ago we didn't we. Yeah yeah when. I saw it was. Nfs for year for las spinning We've been sightseeing Remember going to the cinema.

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"Nisha american comedy sitcoms as well. So we've got some now. Go nation of two coaches and again cinemas every overweight Cinemas on tees and just looking at my shelf now if stopper on tonight. It's difficult to point on what the nineties means in coachella music filled. It's amazing Back seifun on until she's taught to deconstruct and how these points to bring up many in-depth but how.

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"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?

"Everybody the paul episode. What's wrong with fee. And he would be is a gentleman by the name of rich and chris. Hello everyone and how you fund gentlemen. I'm good thanks. Yeah not too bad. A bit of a stressful day watching twenty four to six. It's a it's a fun distraction from the The voice of the vote right now. Twenty twenty stigma gray fiber off senegal into bay one history. That's a show. christmas. Christmas is cancelled. You talk about share from not samoan. Its consulate so we might as well do. Twenty twenty consequences courses random reference tangent. We're gonna starve getting meta that. So we We have to pay a co crystal Well may Mentally physically alpa both times. What doing well site. Nearly a hundred miles. Sure central non alcatraz and sounds painful. Nicholas cage running around Kidding timmy people do not nicholas cage. I lost to people especially on to richard on the escalator. Weekly definite on explain the cost and everything else I have one point question the on guns pits. I'm gonna start with you. Chris and what you drink you might women quite boring said very strong coffee while this dominant yell at a diet building. Kfi chesa bud. Light and richard drinking a double cop logie from on the paul library. It's pineapple peach passion candy sour. That's certainly special. That will make puts it out from can i. She can plug website ask. Her texts joins very good website. Let's cross bears autism gin. You still need to sell to. Them is not selfish as shop. That's a key link. And i'll just have gone so a connoisseur should site mitch said goodbye site. Yeah definitely definitely anybody that becomes maybe a regular listen to this Will will show leaked get used to hearing a wild and exotic cross bears for yourself and so what's wrong with will say well why we hear what we not what we decided to sit down and do this While i believe with fund the nineties but me personally. It was major times.

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"1989" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"1989" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Weird that we're so close together and yet it's like worlds my parents. They have a lot of deer that are around their house and they had like a family over one day and just like everybody from jersey city in new yorker just flabbergasted with how close the deer getting to the house taking pictures to the windows. Oh my god look at this. Do you call these thing. Venison mostly man. Besides that gentlemen. What have you watched this week. Did this week was a good week for may. Actually i hunker down and i watched Some some good horror movies. I went to see. Halloween kills on friday opening night. And yeah it kills all right. There's a lot of killing. Remember the original halloween. Connor relied on suspense. And some jump scares but like basically. You didn't see there's no blood in it for right. I hardly any blood. If any they do a complete one eighty on this one and it's how much blood can we have in a halloween and the answer is a lot because michael kills around fifty people. It's a lot of people i thought it meandered a good amount No spoilers. I think again anthony. You had the perfect the perfect idea for this and it absolutely would have followed into this where there is no michael myers. Michael dies in halloween. And then the following halloween twenty eighteen and this there is no michael myers. It's just the idea of my myers is what gets people freaked out. That would have been perfect for this movie because it plays a place heavily into it and but of course there is a michael myers got the the entire time. I'm watching it. I just kept thinking that that would have been perfect. Just there's random killings happening and you know it's the fortieth anniversary of the myers Killings it's gotta be him. He's got to be back in for some random dude. And i thought that would have been awesome. Yes but overall not a huge fan of it probably give it a six at ten. Dan did it very much like a. That has another one coming after it already scheduled. I mean it sets up at the end clearly that sets up back the future to vibe to it. No no no it. I mean they just short of danny mcbride just walkie onto the screen. And say michael myers will be back in halloween ends. Yeah they really leave. No doubt to it. There's there's no after credit scene or anything like that. yeah. I thought the idea was good. The execution was poor and it was too long to hours. Don't need that. So i watch that and then i went a little old school. I watched some of the the hammer films with christopher lee and peter cushing where the horror of dracula with lee as count dracula and cushing as the van helsing and then i watched the curse of frankenstein..

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"1989" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

The Trash Tapes

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"1989" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

"Castle kill you Good maybe get it over with now. You won't grow up to be like do it. Do it to its Betty count struggling. Said it yet and also. There's another bath that here could boy. Tommy grow up to be. This is not. i'll be waiting threatens..

"1989" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

The Trash Tapes

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"1989" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

"So that seems kind of overshadowed by the previous on because obviously he's Jay can punish. And jake and francine was obviously really good. And then not says this seamlessly in but with sam and frank and she's all right. Yeah but nowhere. Near as good as as louis gossett nowhere endless who. Yeah basically during a shortly after that he is this some kind of accident in east of kidnapped by franco's man basically isn't it funny because this was bad the is sold this and it was. It took me by surprise because again. No foreshadowing where the truck is driving a truck gums. And just soon. Yeah like trucco phobic disappeared. Okay right and then you know. Franco's men like you mentioned kim apps. And they're interrogating him putting smelling salts And it leads to him realize they look you and i have to work together because Lady tanaka has my son. I need you to help him. Not only can we stumbled crime stuff. I need to help my son and with coleus truths like you say with corners. Truce four now. I love because the personnel said the moment you like the moments we've done. I'm going to kill you. Yeah let's have a listen.

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"1989" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

The Trash Tapes

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"1989" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

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"1989" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"1989" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"That's monday wednesday thursday. And then either friday or saturday and sunday so be on the lookout for that. Okay and this. Is the movie find on speaker just by searching. They called us movie as well as any podcast streaming app where the main naming dot com you can find the mandate dot com on.

"1989" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"1989" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"One hundred percent feels like we're watching counseling for jetta towel and leslie ma'am but it's nice to see megan fox show up which was super weird because she like sits in the background for like the first two thirds of the movie and then all of a sudden is brought into the front us is like megan fox era. Oh yeah what's his name is enright. Tj miller's not in it it's not eagles in it chasing seagoing. Okay he of something. I'm not sure. His name is jason this. I can't remember if you like 'cause he's playing. He's playing like a league yoga instructor at variety. Also kind of creepy like he is in knocked up and the cop from bridesmaids in it right yes. Chris vowed yeah yes to it is okay. That's who i thought was tj character on and they take. Joe armstrong makes an appearance He has a cameo. And then there's lena dunham. Isn't there for very briefly. A couple of other people here and there's melissa mccarthy pre bridesmaids shows up and then we watched a movie called radium girls which was all about like the girls from the nineteen twenties that would work in these radium factories and got very very sick and more or less died that short so some back to back up lifting material. Yeah it wasn't. It was very interesting like the is interesting. But like the whole story ends with them to settling out of court with american radium. And it's like it doesn't make for a good movie. It's like you have forty solid minutes of the trial and then they're like we're going to settle out of court because they're offering us like ten thousand dollars and that's that could save like our house. Basically that's selects. Yeah so like in real world that leads to like these radium factories. Being shut down in a whole a whole lot of regulations and stuff happening but in terms of a movie. It's like why we watch forty minutes for nothing. No one wants to see something. Settle out of court in the usually not how it happens in terms of like court courtroom. Dramas that's something you'll see that on law and order. Sometimes they'll settle but very rarely do well they settle out of court stabler about it. That is so unfulfilling movies. I i would be so disappointed. We watched real quick. We watched my sister's up from florida. So we watched three billboards outside ebbing missouri. So have either of you. Gentlemen seeing that the yeah mark. You haven't seen it. Don't worry about spoiling okay. So spoiler alert. they don't find who the killer was. it's only two billboards. It's a little misleading. They never find the killer and then the movie of just ends that way. And you don't know who did it so my sister was like well. That's a. That's that's boring that's upsetting. We'll know i mean it's the way that it's done like it's disappointing that you don't find the killer but the way that it's done it bleed leads you throughout the whole movie like oh man. This is the. There's so much drama involved you don't really care about who did it Your more invested in the characters. This is the complete opposite. It sounds like yeah. That's sorta reminds me what's his name's demise in no country for old men happens offscreen. Josh brolin josh brolin disappointing. It's like probably doesn't show up at the time. That i remember seeing i thought i missed something. I am paying attention. Speaking of paying attention. I started to watch parasite okay and then. I don't know what happened. But i fell asleep so i don't get it guys all right. I don't see what the hoop lies for paris. Maybe if i watched the whole thing and pay attention to it yeah..

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"1989" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"1989" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"As always as dan mark myers. Say hello gentlemen. Hey guys how's it going now. This was an eighties moving that it was before we get into our eighties. Movie of the week gentlemen would have you been watching. I went on a little bit of a russell. Crowe kick. I saw someone. Posted that master and commander was a boring movie and then russell crowe kind of school. That person like how. It's actually beautifully shot. And all that my realized. I'd never seen it so i figured you know what i'll give it a watch. Why not and. I enjoyed it. I thought it was a pretty well. Shot movie cinematography was beautiful. And i don't know how it's boring because in the first ten minutes there's a naval battle and people just getting blown to shit and There's big naval battle at the end. But i really thought that was of well done movie and then watched nice guys also starring russell. Crowe and i forgot how good that movie was. I hope they do a sequel to that. But i'm not sure if that's in the cards. I watched king of staten island pete davidson and it was good movie. Nothing really much to say about that. But it was good as i thought it would be. I would say yes. So dan between the two naval battles a master and commander. Was it boring or fun. No i wouldn't say it was boring. But i would see where someone could say. Okay what's going on here because it's a cat-and-mouse game essentially during the napoleonic wars and there's a lot of this is kinda i guess what went down on a ship in the eighteen hundreds you know so. I guess it's boring. But i thought it was a lot of fun to seeing how they tried to outsmart the other ship who which was bigger and faster. And all the nautical terms that were used and again paul bet in it russell. Crowe is in it so there is some good actors and russell. Crowe was kinda come. He was coming of gladiator. At this point it was well done. I don't think it was super boring. I i could see where there are some lulls but for people who like cinema they would enjoy. That's not for marvel fan boys then no now. This is not a fluff piece roller coaster. Kind of thing as hashtag cinema. We'll let martin scorsese. Now get him on the horn margaret value..

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