35 Burst results for "1995"

Town where child cancer rose blasts deal over polluted site

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Town where child cancer rose blasts deal over polluted site

"Residents of a town with high child cancer rates are angry about a deal over a polluted site, a proposed settlement between New Jersey and the current owner of a notoriously polluted industrial site is drawing fire from residents of Tom's river, where memories of children getting cancer at elevated rates are still a fresh source of pain. At least 87 children in Tom's river which was then known as Dover township had been diagnosed with cancer from 1979 through 1995. New Jersey and Germany based BASF reached an agreement for the company to restore natural resources, polluted by the former ciba geigy chemical plant, many residents call the agreement woefully insufficient and BASF have paid more than $300 million in the ongoing cleanup of the site contaminated groundwater still sits beneath presidential neighborhoods, I'm Lisa dwyer

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It's No Surprise Prostitution Flourishes at the WEF

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | Last week

It's No Surprise Prostitution Flourishes at the WEF

"Apparently there are a whole bunch of prostitutes that have flown into Davos for the World Economic Forum. Now this is not because they are speakers or attendees. They are apparently providing services on the side. And the daily mail interviewed a couple of them. One of them said that. She charges €700 about $760 for an hour. This is or €2300 or $2500 for the whole night. Plus travel expenses. Another escort service, which is about a hundred miles away from the summit. The manager says she's got an 11 bookings and 25 inquiries and they're going to be a lot more coming in. This week with the conference in full swing, now these prostitution rates seem kind of high. I mean, I don't speak from experience. I have all these speaking from looking at the rate itself, but I think the rates are actually too low because when you look at the caliber of people at the World Economic Forum, I mean, this is going to be a hard, this is going to be a lot of, you know, these days they don't call them prostitutes. They call them sex workers. And I guess what I'm saying is it's going to be a lot of work. I mean, imagine, for example, being a prostitute servicing Paul Ryan, I mean, this is a guy with the personality of an electric chair. Or Klaus Schwab, Klaus Schwab is the guy who runs the World Economic Forum. I mean, this guy is like a hundred years old. I mean, I met Klaus Schwab about 1995. I thought he was around 80 then. I mean, I don't think he was. He probably wasn't in 60s. I think he's now in his 80s. But imagine being a prostitute, servicing Klaus Schwab. I don't feel anything.

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Dak Prescott played the game of his life when the Cowboys needed it most | Opinion

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

Dak Prescott played the game of his life when the Cowboys needed it most | Opinion

"AP sports. I'm shek Freeman. The Dallas Cowboys dominated in the final game of super wild card weekend, won their first road playoff game since 1995 in a 31 14 trouncing of Tampa. Cowboys quarterback dak Prescott through four touchdown passes, coach Mike McCarthy says Prescott executed the game plan. You know, the play call and we just really stay true to what we wanted to do in here and I guess I thought he played extremely well. In the NBA Jason Tatum with 51 points in Boston's one 31 18 win over Charlotte. 51 is big, but you know, we played as a team. And I think that's what's been really big for us to use 6 or 7 games that we've been winning drew holiday had a season high 35 in Milwaukee knocked off Indiana one 32 one 19. It was Cleveland besting New Orleans one 13 one O three. Steph Curry had 41 in Golden State's one 27 one 18 win over Washington. Memphis won their tenth in a row one 36 one O 6, grizzlies guard John Moran says defense has been the reason. Once we lock in, you know, defensively,

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Josh roundtree was billed to be perhaps the NFL game of the year and Monday Night Football turned tragic. Bill safety demar Hamlin collapsed after tackling Bengals receiver T Higgins, Hamlin had CPR administered on the field and was taken to UC medical center in critical condition. The game, which was in the first quarter was suspended by the NFL. In college football, 11th ranked Penn State won his first rose bowl since 1995, beating 8th ranked Utah 35 21, Sean Clifford, with 279 passing yards and two touchdowns in the win. Tulane stunned USC 46 45 in the cotton bowl, rallying from 15 points down and scoring the winning touchdown with 9 seconds to go. In the NBA, it was a record night in Cleveland, as cavalier star Donovan Mitchell scored a franchise record 71 points in Cleveland's one 45 one 34 win over Chicago. And on the ice, the bruins got a pair of third period goals from Jake de brusque, dropping the penguins to one in the winter classic at Fenway Park. I'm Josh Brown tree, AP sports.

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Kevin McCullough: A Story From Working With Christian Solidarity Int'l

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Kevin McCullough: A Story From Working With Christian Solidarity Int'l

"An amazing opportunity. And Kevin, because we've just begun this month, I thought it would be good to get you to talk about it because you're familiar with CSI and with how they do what they do. Yeah, well, I've had the great humbling honor to be a spokesperson for them for the last ten years or so. And one of the things that I can not get away from. And for the people that are watching your show on rumble or wherever you post it, I want you to see that the picture of this lady's face that I'm holding up to the camera right there. You can't see it very much, but I think you can at least get a glimpse of the smile. This is a woman by the name of a choke. And her story is very similar to many of the stories that you will hear about and you will read about in the work of CSI. But when she was taken into slavery and a lot of this happened during the Sudan Civil War, which was, I think, 1995, and when the Arabs from the northern section of what was then the united Sudan would travel down into the southern regions where the Christians were ransacked villages, they would rampage through towns. They would kill lots of the men and boys. They would grab and take captive the women and children and begin marching them towards the north. These were the spoils of war. This is what's happened since the beginning of time. But when they were put into slavery, they were treated completely inhumane. And I could detail some of what they've gone through a choke. The ladies whose picture I just showed you, she was systematically abused moment she was taken into captivity as a 9 year old girl.

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Rapper Coolio dead at 59

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Rapper Coolio dead at 59

"One of the biggest rap stars of the 1990s has died Julio is dead at the age of 59 the death of the rap stars being announced by his manager who says Coolio dined at the home of a friend in Los Angeles no cause given born artist Leon ivy junior Julio is best known for the song gangsters Paradise which sampled the 1979 Stevie Wonder hit pastime Paradise 1995 hit earned him a Grammy for best solo rap performance The song was also featured on the soundtrack for the Michelle Pfeiffer film dangerous minds Coolio was nominated for 5 other Grammys during his career Born near Pittsburgh Julio moved to Compton California where he attended community college he also worked as a volunteer firefighter and an airport security before forging himself a career in hip hop A Moscow's

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GOP's House Chances Are in the Upper Range

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:29 min | 5 months ago

GOP's House Chances Are in the Upper Range

"You should talk the most on this. Let's start with the house. How do you feel about the Republican chances of getting the house? What do you think the marginal B when we shut it down on election night in November? Well, look, I've long thought that it not only are we going to take the house, but ironically enough that it would be sort of an average midterm election, if you look at it since World War II, the average, if you take out 2002, where the Republicans actually gain seats while holding The White House, the party out of power gains about 28 seats. And I thought it's going to be sort of in that range. And because in 2020, something weird happened, we lose The White House, but we pick up seats in the U.S. House. That's why we started this legislative session 28 218 Democrats 213 Republicans. So only 5, 5 seat, 222 Democrats, 230 Republicans, only 5 down of switch of 5 would have given us the majority. And so my point is that we started in a strong position, so if we gain if we gain 28 seats, which may be the upper range, that would put us at 241 seats, which is ten seats more than Newt Gingrich had when he was sworn in and speaker in January of 1995. So I think it's going to be in that range. Maybe as time goes on a little bit fewer, could be a little bit more if conditions break our way, but I think it's going to be about in that range.

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Conspiracies Surrounding Princess Diana's Death Are Back in the News

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:26 min | 5 months ago

Conspiracies Surrounding Princess Diana's Death Are Back in the News

"Back in October 1995, word is Diana asked for a private meeting with her personal legal adviser, Victor mishcon, and apparently she wanted to tell him about something that was on her mind. Something she knew was going to happen. So this guy Michigan takes very good notes of their conversation. During which Diana said that reliable sources and she would name them, but she said that she trusts these reliable sources. That they informed her that a car accident might be stage and apparently she predicted she would have end up dead or be seriously injured in this car crash. Now we go to August of 1997, Diana, along with her partner, dodi Al fayed, and her driver on report, they die after Henri slams their Mercedes into a pillar at 65 miles an hour in that tunnel in Paris. It turned out that Henri Paul was under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs, but was also trying to Dodge a bunch of crazy paparazzi who were trailing them on motorcycles. Now, before I go any further, I don't know, paparazzi on motorcycles with a camera in one hand that are gonna get that close to a speeding car at 65 mph. I just, I don't know. I wasn't there. I could be wrong, but I don't think they get that close. They got long lenses on those goddamn things. But then again, they were looking for that shot right through the window where they can get her face real close. So it could be. And those shots are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars if they're sold. And they look just right, but according to people in this docu series, miscon gave the note of his meeting with Diana to the London Metropolitan Police commissioner at the time, sir Paul. And it wasn't until after condon successor's name, John Stevens, when he got the post at that point, the public was made aware of this notes existence because the first guy condon had locked it away in a safe. Why he did that? You should ask yourself, why? Why are you trying to hide something like that? It took the next guy to bring that out of the safe. It doesn't sit right with me.

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Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72

"Nicholas Evans who wrote the bestselling novel the horse whisperer has died after a heart attack last week according to his representatives Evans was 72 I'm argies are a letter with the latest Nicholas Evans was a British journalist screenwriter and TV documentary producer before he wrote his first novel the horse whisperer It came out in 1995 and sold more than 15 million copies Robert Redford and Scarlett Johansson starred in the 1998 movie Evans's other books include the loop the smoke jumper the divide and the brave

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:34 min | 6 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Is he crazy? Is he actually schizophrenic? Yeah. Just really well done storytelling. I enjoyed it. I like this movie a lot. I've seen it multiple times. I think I watched it most recently last year, so it was pretty fresh in my mind. But really well acted just a good non linear storytelling where they go back. They go forward, they go back, they go forward, they go back. And it really does a good job of tying it in with all the foreshadowing you see at the beginning. Obviously the imprint he has as a child, like the vision he has of continuously seeing what we now know is himself dying in the airport. And then kind of the ending being a little mind more people where it's like, oh, so it was successful and they sent somebody back in time to grab a sample from the guy in the airport or he got his message through. I don't think she was there to stop him because his whole mission, the entire time, was to get a sample and not interfere with history because remember whenever coal is in the dinner party and he's talking to Brad Pitt, he's like, I'm not going to stop you. I'm not going to keep you from doing what you're doing. I just need a sample. I just need something blah blah blah. I think his mission was never to stop it from happening. It's to just get a original sample before it morphs into a new disease, which also that's kind of a little bit on the nose for 2022. The disease that spreads across the entire planet and changes multiple times and mutates. That was a bit on the nose. Humanity pretty powerless to contain it. Yeah. Nobody's going back in time to I wouldn't say. Stop powerless to continue. Ignorant to contain it. Maybe they did go back in time. Maybe that's why it's not more fatal. It could be. Conspiracy theory. Boom. So what would you say one to ten? I would probably give this one an 8. I think as time travels in sci-fi movies go, this one's really good. Just good story, good acting, good plot, good. Pretty good weather acting. Good weather. I did have to go back. I will say, so I took an edible before watching this movie. Oh, perfect. Which was a mistake? No. So I took the edible, and then I was like, oh, should I watch primer or should I watch 12 monkeys? And I thought, I need to really pay attention for primer because I know that that movie is complicated. So I'll just watch 12 monkeys, and I watch it. And I was like, oh no, this was a mistake. This was definitely a mistake. Yeah. So I had to kind of go back a few times and rewatch some parts, but still held up. 8 out of ten. Nice. I was thinking, you know, maybe we're on a 7, 7.5 out of ten. I also like this. I'd seen it several times since I had watched it the first time. And I like it a little bit more each time I watch it.

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:42 min | 6 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Gillian co directed Monty Python, the Holy Grail. Later branched out the movie like Brazil, adventures of baron Munchausen, Fisher king, and after this film came out fear and loathing Las Vegas with Johnny Depp. Del toro. That's a really good swath of movies. Because Brazil is another classic. Yeah. I've seen that one once. I need to see baron Munchausen again. I bought it on Amazon years ago, and then hidden where all my DVDs are, I guess. Everything's streaming now. Terry Gilliam is definitely the director. You go back and watch several times. You know, you need to go back and it's a great catalog. Yeah. It's like to really appreciate his works because they're so layered, you know, so much going on. This movie was definitely that way. I definitely appreciate it more this time than the first time. Yeah. I mean, what, 25 years later? I mean, the teenage version of me was like, you know, I liked it, didn't love it then. So Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt, Madeline Stowe, who was in last mohicans. I still have never seen that. Really? It's a good movie. Soundtrack as you played all the time. Yeah, the score, excuse me. It's a damn fine score. Which I believe is by Trevor horn, who produced a lot of stuff for seal, including kissed by rose. Some fun facts for you. Great song. Excellent, song. So this plot takes place, begins 2035, post apocalyptic world. A pandemic has wiped out humanity just about. There are a few survivors are underground. And Bruce Willis is a prisoner who was offered a pardon if he would go into time machine, travel back to 1996. Gather information that will help them contain the disease and allow humanity to go back to the surface. Cole accidentally ends up in 1990 where he gets committed to a mental institution. It's where he meets Jeffrey goins, a paranoid schizophrenic played by Brad Pitt. Going to develop some attachment to coal, and amidst his incoherent babbling, goings offers

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Back to cinema vino. Good to have you all here. We were Sean Jordan. It's good to be here. And traps bud. And my name is Todd. Taylor is not here with us tonight. Todd, Taylor is deep in the adirondacks right now. He is and by that I mean the chair. That's a chair, right? He's sunk and deep into it, a lawn chair right now somewhere. So his fancy Patagonia vest. Yeah. You know, I worked at old navy, and I used to always confuse anoraks, the jacket with a neuron, the chairs. Yeah. Because we had the jackets and I kept being like, oh yeah, it's over by the adirondacks and they're like, that's a chair. Don't have those. Be a lot cooler if you guys had those cheers, so. That'd be an alien name too, like a Star Trek alien. I am Ann Arbor. So anyway, we're going to talk about 12 monkeys. The next installment of our time travel series is a mid 90s classic. Yeah, and we're going to break a little Spanish white. This is the MS toy. It's a lightly bubbly white wine. Going to be fairly acidic, lower alcohol. You will find this commonly drink before a meal. This is an aperitif. Okay, I thought you said chocolate chocolate. Yes, chuckling. Yeah, really good. Proud of you for pronouncing those names because I could not take a crack at that. Yeah. It's weird. It's a weird word. Yeah, it's TX, Texas. Stands for Texas. Everything's bigger. TXA, koi, which is chocolate, and this wine is chuck Alina. So wait, can you rotate the wine on the table? That's great. That's awesome. But yeah, this is just an easy drink and white wine. Again, it's a 105, I believe here currently. The temperature, yes. Hot balls right now. So red wine does not sound good. So we're just going to do some refreshing wine. You can drink chilled. Yeah, this is delicious and spritzy. And normally, I hate whites. But this is good. Yeah. It has a nice little Todd loves whites. So yeah, I have some nice bubble to it. It's easy drinking, so that's just perfect for this weather. It's a good summertime wine. I said earlier, it reminds me of being a Faraday. I'm very much so. Because that's more of like a Portuguese. Really great. I assume this is also a pretty early grape. Yeah. And this is actually growing not too far from where vino Verde is. In the basque area of Spain. So yeah, we're going to be doing that for this one and then we're going to be doing another white from Spain for our next episode for time travel, which will be the movie primer. So we're going to do a little background on 12 monkeys. I have not seen that since it came out. In 1996? Really? 95, yeah. 90 5. You've only seen it once? Oh, it's not once. I was in. Yeah. So this was a nice go back and see it. Yeah, I forgot, oh, well, guess you're going to talk about it, right? I forgot it was directed by Terry Gilliam. Who is not one of the money python guys that I can see on site. When I'm thinking of Monty Python, I don't think of this dude. You think John Cleese? Yeah, Eric idle. He's rarely on camera with the pythons.

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Most American men reach Wimbledon's 3rd round since 1995

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Most American men reach Wimbledon's 3rd round since 1995

"Ego shrink has continued her victory streak to reach the third round at Wimbledon The top ranked tech has won 37 consecutive matches The longest run since Martina Hingis also won 37 straight in 1997 Other winners on the women's side Thursday included fourth seed Paula badosa along with Petra kvitova Jesse pagola coco Goff and Simona Halep but 6 seed Karolina Pliskova was beaten by Katie boulter Men's second seed Rafael Nadal won his match in four sets Joining stephanos sisi poss and Taylor Fritz in the third round Number 12 Diego Schwartzman lost to Liam Brody in 5 sets I'm Dave

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HBO Chairman Jeff Bewkes Saved Richard Plepler's Career

Origins with James Andrew Miller

01:03 min | 10 months ago

HBO Chairman Jeff Bewkes Saved Richard Plepler's Career

"In 1995, after then, HBO chairman Michael fuchs was unceremoniously fired. His replacement, Jeff mucus, was strongly urged by Time Warner heavyweights, Jerry Levin, bob Daley, and dick Parsons to fire fuchs right hand PR operative, Richard plepler. Actually, strongly urge may be an understatement. And that's because plepler was seen as being too tied to fuchs. Fostering serious doubts about whether he could be loyal to the company. In the wake of fuchs firing departure. But mucus showing some rather big balls to his bosses, refused to take plepler out, deciding instead to make plepler promise to dedicate his loyalty to the company, not to one of its past honchos. Plue kept his word, left pukes behind, and emerged as what might be called the chief storyteller of the HBO brand, both inside and outside the company. Plepler became CEO and chairman of HBO in 2013, presiding over historic growth and launching HBO now. The company's stand-alone streaming service, which eventually morphed into HBO Max.

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:53 min | 11 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And yeah, it was very clever, very fast moving story. Great soundtrack. Yeah. Very well put together chases all that. And yeah, I enjoyed it. I don't know if I enjoyed as much as heat. It's tough for me to find any crime related thriller that I enjoyed as much as this movie. I've seen it so many times. Well, there's a lot of heist movies, so there's a lot to comp to. But I feel like Baby Driver is to heat as three ten to Yuma is to like, an old school western. Maybe like unforgiven with Clint Eastwood. Yeah, like an old school Clint Eastwood. It's a genre that the heist movie existed so heavily in the 90s that to see it perfected and done well and kind of like boiled down to its essence in the 2010s. Is a completely different animal than seeing it when there were so many other competitors at the time. So he is the best of the best because it was the best movie to stand out at the time that there were so many others compete with. But to see it redone well in like a more common era. It's hard to compare it to. It gives you that kind of comfort of it. It can still be done. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's that they can take something that was done so long ago and still do it. Yeah. It's like licorice pizza, which licorice pizza is a play on American Graffiti, which was George Lucas's first big movie. So it's like it's that idea of like you can do. THX 1138 was his first movie. I think it was his first movie, for sure. That wasn't the first movie that really American American Graffiti is really took him to the mainstream. It was his first big, wide release movie. You sure? You sure it wasn't Star Wars? Star Wars definitely was next level. But I would say George Lucas was famous before Star Wars. At least his American Graffiti was for sure. So I definitely wasn't around back then, so. No, I know what was I. But it was definitely a big hit. And it introduced Harrison Ford, Richard Dreyfuss, before jaws, or before Star Wars, like it introduced a lot of famous people before they got really, really famous. Yeah. So, but that's a whole other podcast about like you could do like, for example, Steve Stewart had sugarland express, which is a great movie. He did it before jaws. And then THX was great before American Graffiti, but it's like our mean streets was good before taxi driver, but it's like were these movies worthy of being like the first great movie, or did they just kind of set the way for better movies for these? Yeah. These directors, and we could do that at a later podcast for sure. Yeah, that's a whole other series. A whole other can of worms. Yeah. I'd like, for example, Paul Thomas Anderson did hard 8 before billion nights. It's like, and that's a great movie, but how many people have seen it? So we can go back to that for sure. But this has been another episode of Santa vino. Talking about heat..

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"You said, it's just protected by like one layer of cement. Oh, easily cut that, and then you're done. This movie had a lot of the feel of like, oh, if you dress up in like a construction worker costume and like hold a clipboard, you can get anywhere. Yeah. You know? Yeah, or in the beginning it's like dress up as a paramedic, you know, just walk through a hospital. It's like, you can steal an ambulance. Yeah, absolutely. I loved the scene where they were just like in the middle of a industrial area and just like pointing around because they knew that the cops were following them. Yeah. And they had the mics on them. They came down there like, what were they looking at? Well, if you look at there's nothing over there. What are they looking at? I'll tell you what they're looking at. I'll tell you what they're looking at. They're looking at us the LAPD have a good look. Such a great scene. It's a good scene. It's like Pacino like in that moment, the narrow realized Pacino was like on his level. He just caught on what was going on. You know, that's like how fast he is. So it's like they're very much on the same level. The cat and mouse game between Pacino and De Niro is tremendous. Yeah. And it's like, and it culminates in the end where it's like, you know, it's very appropriate that Pacino more so than either of the spouses or whatever it's like they're there for each other at the end. Well, ultimately, De Niro was caught by his own hubris of like he couldn't, he would have gotten away if he hadn't taken the bait of killing the snitch. Yeah. Pride. Yeah, it was his own, he just can't do it. I gotta kill him. I kill him. He turns around and he goes, he's like, we're taking one quick detour..

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:38 min | 11 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Oh, he's very natural. Yeah. He's spry. They have very long chasing. Supposedly the foot. Yeah. The bank robbery, which is the centerpiece of the movie. The real life, a real-life bank robbing group trying to duplicate this scene..

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"He didn't know. No, what he did, and there were pictures of it. You can Google. Robert Duvall had his lines taped to his suit. Yeah. So he's reading off of Robert Duvall's cumberbatch or whatever. Tremendous. They were actual Google images of that. That's amazing. All right. If you don't know Marlon Brando is the laziest actor in the world, props to him. But I mean, he really is, it's like what the Doc ock was like brilliant but lazy. He was somebody who was so amazing he could step back and rest on his laurels because it's like literally he was reading his lines. He won the Academy Award for that. For more behind the scenes images of Marlon Brando, watch Val. Again. Yeah. Oh my God. And that was such a sad sequence. It's like what they say never meet your heroes. Working Val Kilmer's working in the island of doctor Moreau with Marlon Brando. And you see Marlon Brando swinging in a hammock. Give me a push. I mean, it's a very job with a hut like. I mean, he is a lifeless individual swinging in this and, you know, Kilmer hypes him up as the great man. And I'm so honored to be working with Marlon Brando. It's like he's going to go ask the guru, like the all time greatest, maybe the greatest actor of the 20th century, a question. I mean, I would say, honestly, Brando is the greatest movie actor of the 20th century. It doesn't even memorize lines. It doesn't memorize his lines. Yeah. I mean, what's like how the Shaquille O'Neal would show up 40 pounds overweight. And then score 30 points and get 18 rebound in the game. And when the MVP. You know, or it's like how Mickey Mantle would show up for the Yankees and hit a home run one handed. You know, it's like it's almost a frustrating level of greatness. It's like, you know, or a brand or shows up and reads his lines off of Robert Duvall's crotch and wins the Oscar. And then turns it down. And that's his second Oscar. That's awesome. Yeah. So it's power move. What empower move? It's like Michael Jordan when somebody was daring him that he couldn't make free throws and he starts shooting them with his eyes closed and making him. So it's like that's what you're dealing with on that level. Jack Nicholson once said that the joke was he lived on the street with Warren Beatty and a bunch of other famous people, including Marlon Brando. His thing was like, when Brando dies, we all move up a notch as actors. Yeah. It's like that's how much respect was paid to Brando as an actor. He was like, the greatest movie actor who's ever lived. As weird as he was, you know, he's ones people who his weirdness over shines out shines the genius. Yeah. But where were we before I got off on that tangent? We were talking about Val Kilmer. And meeting him and where it's like an approaching him and being in awe of him. And it's like, we're Brando's like, you know, after all that hype Brandon was like, give me a push, please. Give me a push. It's like such a let down. But yeah, we were talking about Pacino working and I don't know. Yeah, we were talking about something. But this, so back to the original point, this is a very influential movie, inspired The Dark Knight, trilogy, Christopher Nolan had his cast and crew watch heat. This is a beautifully shot movie. Yeah..

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:33 min | 11 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"That movie, that part of the movie is also commenting on the trap. Basically, of if you are a con you can't get a job that's going to pay a living wage. You can't get a job that's actually going to treat you. You have to steal. You have to steal. You have to stay in a criminal lifestyle. You're forced to live that lifestyle just to survive. If you have any dreams or ambitions, you have to steal. Yeah. You have to be forced to be the driver for a getaway of a bankrupt. You know, it's like, yeah. And you look at De Niro, who wants to get away with somebody. His dream is to have somebody to go away. To go to New Zealand and see algae interesting choice. Yes. But it's like he to do that, he has to steal. He can not walk away. He is the classic and I hate to say it to cliche because I love this movie and I hate to use the work cliche. But he's like, he is the classic one last job guy of like one more job and I'm done. And I feel like this movie is what created the one last job trope. It definitely pushed it further. Yeah. I think this was like the. Keep trying to get out and then just keep pulling me back in, which is pajamas. Different Pacino movie. But yeah. It's that trap. Yeah. And you know, I feel like also it's like, yeah, this movie has a cliches, but it's like, it's tough to say whether an invented the cliches or it's like it takes earlier cliches and pushes them further. How fresh was this in 95? I would say because I saw this in the theater, believe it or not. I was 5 years old. And you were very young. And I was too young to see it. It was R rated. And I was too young to see it at the time..

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:21 min | 11 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"De Niro and Pacino are so iconic that they're probably real live cops and criminals who base themselves on them on their movies. It's like, that's how big they are. But the whole cast is amazing. I mean, you got Val Kilmer, Tom size, more Ashley Judd, Danny Trejo. Yes. Very young Danny Trejo, Jon Voight looking rough. That handlebar mustache, though. Yeah. That's good luck. Oh yeah, I mean, it was very wild west. So this inspired a lot of true crime movies that came afterwards. You can tell how heavily influential this was. So many Netflix series, so many things that you watch now that were based on this, including The Dark Knight trilogy. Well, what was it about heat that kind of, you know, what was it about heat that was like inspiring? Was it the way that they portrayed the thieves or the bad guys? I mean, there weren't bad guys, right? It was just, it was very blurry. Yeah, it was good guys that you sided with bad guys. I mean, it wanted them to succeed in the heist. I mean, to me, it was a prototype of the departed where it showed them on the good guys, the bad guys were the cops and the thieves on parallel paths throughout the movie. You could see them both kind of going through the same problems in their lives. You know, you would see De Niro dealing with his relationship. Basically, I told my wife, it's like both these guys are lousy spouses. Oh, garbage. And garbage people. Because they're essentially married to each other. Via their jobs. You know, it's like, so the narrow makes it explicit when he says, you can not be attached to anything that you can't walk out on 30 seconds. And so that's a very spiritually empty way to live. Well, and that's a theme that he plays on or points out multiple times in the movie. Yeah. You know, at the beginning, you see him sort of start to develop these attachments to a girl, but then you also see him live up to that credo at the end of that movie. He abandons her when he feels the heat around the corner. He lives it. But Pacino also lives it. It's like any time he's with his wife. His third wife. Yeah, his third wife. And they had the phone rings, the beeper goes off, he's gone. You know? In the most, oh, fucking Natalie Portman's in this movie. When she has a suicide attempt, they're in the hospital. And his fucking beeper goes off. What does he do? He leaves. He runs off. Worst out in the world..

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And it was interesting to see Val Kilmer kind of sandwiched to the middle of those two. Yeah. So those are power players back then. And he was a list at that point. He had already been Batman. Kilmer? Yeah. And a lot of people said he should have been nominated for an Oscar for tombstone. Yes. So if you haven't seen the valve, the documentary highly recommend that. I think that's one that we want a podcast on at some point, but it is on Hulu last I checked. So I would definitely look for it there. I think it's on Amazon Prime. Is it? I think so. I was thinking, yeah, definitely look both places, great documentary. Tremendous. Self published, not self published self made. It's like an autobiographical documentary. But he and his son, Jack. Yeah. Jack provides the voice. But he has a ton of footage from a bunch of movies. And one of them was heat and him talking about the difference between his experience on Batman and then going over to heat. Sounds like he had a great experience on this movie. Yes, so. Yeah. Having a great script and great director, being able to move around as opposed to being in a rubber suit. Yeah. Or no one can hear you. Yeah. Were you lose consciousness? Yeah. And I've been I've heard more than one actor say you can't go to the bathroom. It's like you have to plan ahead. Yeah. It's like going to see The Batman. Yeah. I've honestly heard that about wedding dresses, where it's like, you know, it's like wearing those massive, huge wedding dresses. It's like you have to plan way ahead. That's why I never wear a wedding dress. Exactly. Just sweatpants most of the time. Very casual. My wedding was very casual. So he was directed by Michael Mann, who directed the last little heavens with Daniel Day-Lewis. He actually helped create my advice, the TV show. Interesting. Yeah. And then directed the movie version of it with Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx. Which was not great. How did he luck out with this movie? And then with Daniel Day-Lewis, that's a great slate of actors. Yeah. And then he did the insider, which is also a very underrated movie..

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"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"1995" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And welcome back to some of you know. This is going to be a look at our series on Oscar snubs. Coming up to the Oscars at the end of this month. We're going to look at movies that were not nominated great movies that were not nominated for one Oscar for a single Oscar. Which I mean the biggest Oscars nub this year is Spider-Man no one at home. It's obviously insulting. Yes. It was definitely better than now that I've seen them all. I can say that it's better than some of the movies that were nominated for, but definitely better than some of the movies I was doing. Yes, absolutely. Not all of them. No. And I can't say that I necessarily think the difference. Well, I think it should win. No, it should have been nominated. It should have been given the respect of being nominated. Rude, the validation of being nominated. That not only can commonly be that good, superhero movies can be that good, but marvel movies can be that good. After all the hate they've taken. Yeah. Academy gives some respect to these marvel movies because that one was legit good. Spider-Man is the Pinnacle of MCU movies so far. I get the complaint against big title blockbuster action movies, but like this one's legit good. I mean, I do and I don't. It's like, I mean, big title blockbuster movies. It's like, there's supposed to be fun. You know, they're supposed to be enjoyable. They're supposed to be right. And I've seen people complain like, oh, well, you know, the reward is the box office numbers that they get. They get a $1 billion. Is that not enough? That's a bunch of hogwash, you know? It's getting a $1 billion because it's a good movie. Fucking acknowledge that it's a good movie. Yeah. I mean, to me, it's like the argument of like, well, you know, all these marvel movies are just music park rides..

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Dinesh Speaks With a Real, Live Canadian Trucker

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 11 months ago

Dinesh Speaks With a Real, Live Canadian Trucker

"Guys, I've talked off and on in the podcast about the truckers convoy and the truckers protest both in Canada and in the United States, but I haven't had someone on who actually drives a truck who's been part of all this, and can sort of give a firsthand account of it, so I'm delighted to welcome Gerard de Los Santos, he is a Canadian trucker, although originally from South America. He got his license for trucking 1993, he's been a trucker since 1995, so really over 25 years. Hey Gerard, thanks for joining me. Am I right? It looks to me like you're in your truck. Good morning, thank you for having me. The program. Yes, I am in my truck. Coming back actually from Ottawa. It's going to be it has been quite some time being there and a longer than what we thought. And just halfway back home, I will say. You said you're in Saskatchewan. Where are you making your way toward? Where are you going? I am going to saskatoon. Then amundsen, and then my way down to Calgary. Okay, terrific. Now Gerard looks like you've been in Canada a long time. You've been driving a long time, but you're originally from South America. Say a word about your background. Yes. I am from Uruguay. I came to Canada on the 89 April 89, so it's going to be April now. It's going to be 33 years that I'm here. In 95, I got my license and started driving 93. I actually got my license, started driving 95. And being doing truck you never change. Car hauling, this is my speciality, what I like to do. And do it to those, all this mandate was getting more difficult every day to deal with everything. And we decided to I decided to join the convoy and ask for freedom, basically. The only thing we were asking was freedom of choice. And to open the federal mandate to be able to cross the border to the United States.

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy Reacts to One-Year Mark of Joe Biden's Presidency

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Reacts to One-Year Mark of Joe Biden's Presidency

"And look at the gerrymandering going on in some of these blue states It's pretty bad isn't it Oh yeah but now they're suing They shoot in Ohio the Democrats they see it in North Carolina They're trying to intimidate And remember this we need to run through the tape Now the one thing I will say if you look at what Gallup just came out with Joe Biden started a year ago where people identified with Democrat by more than 9 points with Republicans That was kind of the highest mark you could be End of the year Usually takes two years to try to get that back to even Republicans plus 5 It has not been this high since 1995 And really what you want to look at to there's a lot of people elected they know some things that one thing all members know is Their own future of whether they have a chance to win or not In 2010 we beat 63 Democrats 17 Democrats retired Right now that number is 28 You and I have talked about this before I believe that's going to be well over 30 because they can't run again based upon what they've done Inflation raising prices on everybody Crying I mean who thought train robbery would come back You look in California Then you look at the border Then you look at the woke is Then you look at Afghanistan but now we have he learned nothing from that He won't apologize for beginning 13 new gold star families But what do you just tell Putin And this is what people need to understand This is the 100th year of the Soviet Union being created Prudent wants to put that all back together Now we just had Joe Biden's home It's okay if you invade Ukraine

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Chris Noth Is Being Denied Due Process

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Chris Noth Is Being Denied Due Process

"Speaking of this allegation against Chris north, I don't here's the thing. These girls are saying what they say happen. And The Hollywood Reporter printed it. Now other papers around the country, maybe the world, because the daily mail has it. They're printing it too. What I want to know is what happened to due process and criminal investigations. Now, these stories become more and more grand when leaked without any corroborating evidence or investigation that puts everything into a certain damning context. Why are they rushing these stories to press? Just go to the police and make your case. If Chris north is found to have done these crimes, then he should pay the maximum price for his ridiculous behavior. But right now, what's happening is this is all slander. This is all hearsay, and it ruins people's lives. I know sometimes people need to be anonymous, but you can not be anonymous with the police one shoe seek justice. Everything having to do with process is upside down right now. You know, if you want to come out anonymously, then I don't get how a man's life can be destroyed because if this goes to trial and these girls names will come to know and Chris is found innocent for the next three years, his career is shit. Now, he doesn't need the money. He's been in three big time syndicated series. But still it ain't right. I mean, I'll tell you, there's some allegations that the former supermodel Beverly Johnson leveled against Chris north back in 1995 that he used to beat her and nobody listened. But people accusing others of criminal behavior. They shouldn't have anonymity. It's unfair to publicly accuse someone of a crime and remain anonymous afterward.

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MLB owners lock out players, 1st work stoppage since 1995

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

MLB owners lock out players, 1st work stoppage since 1995

"It's it's the the management management equivalent equivalent of of a a strike strike and and is is the the first first baseball baseball work work stoppage stoppage in in more more than than twenty twenty five five years years the the collective collective bargaining bargaining agreement agreement has has run run out out New New York York Mets Mets pitcher pitcher Max Max Scherzer Scherzer wants wants to to see see change change there's there's so so many many different different ways ways that that we we as as as as players players as as a a whole whole that that we we believe believe that that we we can can make make the the game game better better commissioner commissioner rob rob Manfred Manfred is is hoping hoping the the lockout lockout will will jumpstart jumpstart negotiations negotiations and and get get an an agreement agreement to to allow allow this this season season to to start start on on time time player player agent agent Scott Scott Boras Boras says says competition competition is is a a big big issue issue our our whole whole integrity integrity and and wholesomeness wholesomeness of of the the game game needs needs to to be be back back to to where where it it was was where where there there is is an an incentive incentive to to go go to to the the ballpark ballpark and and win win every every day day average average salaries salaries in in baseball baseball are are declining declining eleven eleven weeks weeks remaining remaining until until pitchers pitchers and and catchers catchers are are scheduled scheduled to to report report to to spring spring training training I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Braves win first World Series since 1995, beating Astros in Game 6

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Braves win first World Series since 1995, beating Astros in Game 6

"Thirty three run Homer broke a scoreless tie as the Atlanta Braves won their first World Series title since nineteen ninety five after beating the Houston Astros seven to nothing in game six Celera's Homer was his third of the series and all of them came when the game was tied at earning him series MVP race first baseman Freddie Freeman says a layer is a special player we've known what he can do for so long is I mean two years ago to send fifty Homer so it's actually pretty incredible he did in the World Series getting coded and beef in the NLCS and missing ten days and come back and not missing a beat that's hard to do in this game Backstreet earned the win by holding the Astros scoreless over six innings allowing just four singles the Braves hit three home runs in the game and over the course of the series they out homered the Astros eleven to two Adam

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AJ Discusses Some of His Top Movie Closing Lines

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:31 min | 1 year ago

AJ Discusses Some of His Top Movie Closing Lines

"That line got me thinking about some of the best lines that closed out movies. There's so many of them. But I just thought I'd have some fun and throw in some down. And I think we can all agree Humphrey Bogart saying, Lewis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. I think we can agree that's one of them for sure. One of my personal favorites is a very eerie, scary, sad one, Gloria Swanson, playing the ex silent film star Norma Desmond, and boy, it's such a great view of some old time Hollywood actresses and what they feel about their lives and careers and their beauty. One of the greatest films ever made, but she starts to walk close to the camera and she's talking to the great director Cecil B. DeMille who she apparently worked with when she was in her youth, but she wasn't working anymore. And she's walking toward the camera and she's saying, this is my life. It always will be. There's nothing else just us and the cameras and those wonderful people out there in the dark. All right, mister DeMille, I'm ready for my close up. And by the time she delivers that last line, she's in your face. You see that in a movie theater and that image doesn't leave for a long time. And then we take the 1995, the movie 7. Morgan Freeman, he's got some great lines and Morgan Freeman got some lines. And that movie was intense, and Morgan Freeman is basically summarizing the previous two hours of grief and grimness of David Fincher's movie when he says Ernest Hemingway once wrote the world is a fine place and worth fighting for. I agree with the second part. Oof. What magic with words? I mean, why even invoke the Ernest Hemingway part if all you really want to say is. You know, the world's worth of fighting for it. It's just a very strange way to go about something, but I find it fascinating. And of course, you can't count out it's cheesy, you know, but how can you count out Hannibal lecter? I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner. Silence of the Lambs

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Derek Jeter Is Intrinsic to the Story of Baseball

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Derek Jeter Is Intrinsic to the Story of Baseball

"Era, baseball is a story, beginning to end. You can not tell the story of a baseball that Derek Jeter's extremely meaningful contributions. He owns signature moment after a signature moment. If you're not a fan of the Yankees, I understand why you wouldn't want to watch them again. I don't want to watch David Ortiz's home runs, but Derek Jeter is intrinsic to the fabric of the game from 1995 to roughly 2012. He deserves to be celebrated. He would be and I'm gonna go one, I'm gonna go one more here. People say Jeter wouldn't be celebrating the same manner if he played in Kansas City or Milwaukee. I'm gonna go another level and say he would be much more celebrated if he'd played against the city or Milwaukee and was just as great. Do you see what they say about George Brett? He is the leader of an entire generation of fans for the entire Midwest. People think George Bret is unimpeachably a God. If they're generated play one of these small cities and won one to two World Series surrounded by good teams in these tinier baseball towns, he would be he would be the first 101 percenter Hall of Famer. He suffers from being a Yankee because people have Yankee fatigue. That's my hottest take it and I'm putting that on you. Do you agree or disagree? I agree with CCC Matthew played a half season with the brewers and he's still a legend there. Like he's gonna get a statue. Yeah. Derek Jeter, I mean, it's hilarious because now all of a sudden when people have whole definitive Hall of Fame cases and it's someone you don't like. Then we're gonna dive into the contrarian statistics. And we're gonna look at advanced defensive stats and how they weren't that great. And why that should knock him down a peg as one of the all time greats. I and that's the same people who will argue that that, you know, if you don't have enough championships, why do you deserve to be in the hall fame? It's just every argument is to satisfy the

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"1995" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"1995" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Is a babylon came out and maybe ninety six tell you in a second later in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven ninety seven okay. Yeah by the way. Bridges a babylon one of my favorite stone songs of all time is on bridges babylon and that is saying to me. Okay i know to. That was a good album. I mean that was album bad album. So that's amazing that they will pull that off in the nineties in the midst of everything else that was going on you know with brit pop and hip hop and grunge and you know every other yet christian rock you had. That was the beginning of the country. The new country stoned you know goth brooks and all those people. I never listened to but We we also didn't talk about how mtv changed from you know look at it kind of started out kind of punky new way. Be cutting edge bands that we would not have ever really learned about without a lot of that that that writing got really popular in the mid eighties with live aid. Michael jackson ewing lewis and the news and whatnot and then in the nineties. They was early nineties empty. They were. They were still relevant in the early nineties. But you had that that that change. Would they started turning into christina aguilera and britney spears and the pop thing and tlc and all that stuff was really catered to the new generations. Like kind of what. We're seeing now And that's when we were moving on at that point anyways yes but never really recovered. No then they they. Of course they stopped totally but that was technology driven. You know cell phones and mp threes and easy downloads right now. Yeah so next. Episode will cover ninety six to two thousand. And i hope we you know did a satisfactory job of the people that are listening. I hope we covered some stuff. That i said either. Jog some memories or you know they didn't know about so i'm going to Let's send it on this one..

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"1995" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"1995" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"You can't deny them the dune. Hey i wonder a woman it gets a little like you can't deny just let love rule man that's it. That's it believe great song then yet. My girl this is. This was the this is jim.

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"1995" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"1995" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"So where were you in. The in the in the early nineties beginning of my relationship with my now wife living in winthrop and then moved over to some of the some of the medford line but that was a a big change and it was a big change in in music for a lot of reasons. I think that music had changed dramatically or was on the verge of changing tomato and certainly did change. I i always use the phrase nirvana killed loverboy in thank god. They did allison chains killed cinderella. You know right well a killed poison. Alison chains killed warranted rela. I already said that. Find your own reference from sorry. She skin no screaming trees killed. Okay extreme grunge took over in the early nineties but it also at wild before it did that. It was always that changed. There's always that change in the decades right. some things bleed over. There was certain bands of bled over. But not all not all made it through the void. But i i think you bring up a good point. You know the decades. Don't start in end from a musical standpoint. the styling start to change sometimes prior to the decade. Starting so i think there are precursors to grunge in some of that actually believe it or not actually came out of la that were rebelling to a certain extent against the hairband metal bands. So when i think of bands like nine inch nails right. What i think of jane's addiction right even even guns n. roses to an extent now guns n. Roses was not a hair band. I i would. I never considered them a headband. They had long hair the soda bands in the sixties. Yeah like you know. Like i think i think they got lumped in with hair metal initially unfairly. So you know this is a band that came out of the dregs in that had A lot of grit to them. Where a lot of the bands. The hair bands of the late eighties early nineties including bands. Like loverboy really had more of a corporate feel. So it's kind of an interesting. You know you talk about history repeating itself. If you if you get into the mid seventies you have a lot of corporate rock foreigner. Boston thirty eight special. Kansas bands like that and there's nothing wrong with those bands. They have some great songs and whatnot but just a different field. Not as organic as some of the other things in what was the rebellion against that corporate rock and progress. That happened was punk. So say you end up to the nineties. Grunge is the new punk. Yeah exactly so you had again that whole corporate entity warrant big band loverboy big band at the time. Cinderella hair metal bands. and i. i hate to say this but to a certain extent. I blame van halen because they were the model light party band not only can really play but could do ballads and can do poppy stuff. And i think that it got watered down by the record companies saying we need to create our own version of van. Halen and i think that's where a lot of the hair metal came from. It's possible i think the la scene they went they they possible. It's right a reality seen Was they they were over. The top eccentric That that whole sunset strip every bed was trying to have bigger hair. It was almost like They were leapfrogging each other to try to and then they kind of saturated the scene and i mean i then you look at groups like cinderella. They were from like philadelphia. You know but you would have just if you see them and you didn't know where they were from. You'd think they were from that. Whole scene right on sunset strip. Maybe they go out there. But they're from philadelphia. I know that yeah. Yeah but like poison. I think we're from like ohio. Cincinnati or something like that went in. La did that the whole thing so it was the whiskey ago. Go on the sunset strip right following the likes of motley crew in van halen and following in those footsteps but you know they. The corporations the record companies wanted it down because they wanted to make it accessible to a to mtv into girls. Yeah yeah so they they. They kind of self-destructed they became oversaturated. Enter grunge and the thing about grunge is the people that were listening like say that. Say the people in the seattle scene that will listen to these bands and had them all to themselves. It's kinda like the counterculture of music They will not pretentious. They were not over the top. They just almost like a version of garage band garage. Rock and What happens is it starts to one video. One fucking video exploded like that. Was the fuse that let the the atom bomb. Not that bond as a few is but you know what i mean It lit the the the the stick of dynamite and when they played i think it was ricky was no ricky rachman then played it was on a hundred and twenty minutes who hosted one hundred and twenty minutes on. Mtv do you remember. I know we know who it is. I can't but he plays. Smells like teen spirit. And that thing went nuclear. No one ever heard anything like that. Nobody had seen the video like that. It was raw it was it was unhinged. It was it was total rebellion. And that was it the floodgates open so you start getting these people that were heavy metal people and rock and roll people straight rock and roll the started kind of leaning over into that scene and just like anything it lasted five years. And that was that for grunge in five years or so i think either due to drug addiction or just got sick of it bands got sick of it or they just didn't want to go mainstream or whatever. It was the only two bands that survived that really the made. The change were pearl jam and soundgarden pearl. Jam stopped doing videos. Like we're not gonna do this. We're not gonna play this game. Then they went to war with ticketmaster and lost soundgarden kind of lowered their that the that tone in a sense. They kind of changed their music. You know Started instead of like outshine. They were doing black hole sun. You know things like that which they will listen. I still say today. Chris cornell was the greatest thing of generation. And i've said number.

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"1995" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"1995" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"At that.

"1995" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming

Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"1995" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming

"You think never make yes. I agree with that. And i definitely agree with how they did mommy and keno dirty. It was like darth maul because as much as some people hate or have some reason for some bizarre reason of round on the phantom menace and say it's good now. I don't know why but i don't like that movie but the only good thing about the phantom menace is darth maul and they killed them off my favorite thing about mortal kombat ninety five is kaneohe and he. He gets his ass kicked. Yes i sown you just like. She snaps his neck. And it's over and it's like and the other problem. And i'll tell you i'll be being fair. Sonya blade really doesn't need to be in this movie because she serves the plot device. That's one of the big originally. Yeah license right. She's a note. And so i get why. She's in here but her story doesn't matter because even kaneohe story doesn't matter canes whole plot is to get her on the boat and then he gets killed right away and she goes on to play a damsel in distress. Basically she gets kidnapped. And lou has to go saver So so the fact that this film like i grew up on this show melissa. As did you you know it. This was a film that we watched and our adolescence. And you know we're like all this this awesome us but like going back and watching this. I'm like holy crap. How did this. How did this movie would you got like two sequels right one. oh annihilation. Yeah that we could sit here and poop on an isolation all day and you'll get no arguments they recast johnny cage there and then. They had the opportunity they've recast rayton and they went white again. It's a different actor. And he somehow worse than christopher lambert lambert is the biggest name in this film and he's the worst performance crazy it's crazy..

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"1995" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming

Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"1995" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming

"The crossing streams. Yeah okay. that's an inside joke. This is budget. Arcade the free to play gaming podcasts. That helps you navigate through the growing realm of free to play games. My name is jeff. Hey mark and each and every other week we review a free to play game and rate and review it but on these off weeks mark and i get to do whatever we want and we send audio file to scott upload and release and then later chastises for coming up now. They pushed the date back for the new mortal kombat movie by a week or two ago pushed back a week. Okay so the plan was kinda to staggered these anyway. Who cares all right. The plane was already set for this week to be mark. Nice review of the nineteen ninety five the nine hundred ninety five mortal kombat movie which i hold in high regard. If you've listened to go back and listen to the video game. Movie mount rushmore. You'll hear how much i love that movie and you're about to hear it again. But this time mark i think is going to put up a little more of a fight. So so let's get these credits other way So this film was directed by a poll anderson who you may know from past Sci bankers as event horizon. That okay. i won't watch that movie but is further right reasons. What is your reason for now. Watching ever is terrifying. Like i can watch a horror. Movie but event horizon is too scary to watch for me. i. I will give paul anderson credit vin arise. It is probably his eight. Maybe his best i would. I would say so as someone who has watched it. Because i watched it the first time in the theater and i have watched since. Because it's just too much. The laurence fishburne you got sam. Neill scots have an aneurism. Most bounced back to mortal kombat back on world cup anyway. Dirty wet paul anderson. He's a gotta start in the nineties and then he moved to different types of things. He's a video game director he. He directed a couple of resident evil films and the early twenty twenty eighteen. Was he the guy who's married to the who. Who's the leader latin mill. Yeah well we'll just go with that But you know i. This is the first time. I've watched this film start to finish since I saw it in a movie theater. and let me tell you. This film does not hold up and it is not even close to being good or diesel. Like there isn't a sal to there. There's this there isn't a saudi here but it's nine goodness daljit like i bring it back. Why why did they do all of this. All i didn't they ask the people they get. Nobody is they're all everybody's unlikable okay i don't i don't aren't luke luke is the only know.

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