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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:38 min | Last week

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Speaking of that Human scale eiffel tower. One of my favorite moments of the film is in the climax where Leg knox geyser. There's this struggle for the gun gets knocked out. Ultimately causes ziglar punches duke out and it flies out the window and the heat has has it like comically like almost ed kind of way. Fly across the parisian. Skate do a in front of the moon and then bunk off the human scale eiffel tower. Yeah love that. It's also when the longest shots in the film. It's like five seconds. long distance. holds this going off it. it's just i. It's in the middle of like this insane thing this kind of like moment of outside the quiet streets of pairs has gone gone. Bonking office. i i the it's it really tickled me got when the biggest laughs and moved from those outside paris scenes. Those tire towers scenes. Also like the moon sort of singing backup. I don't know if you've noticed that but almost kind of looks like the do. I don't know if they're going for anything like that. Or just you know fancy dresden. Yeah i thought that was entertaining. Yeah i i. Didn't that would make sense. Because there's a lot of now that i'm thinking about there's a lot of like framing when they're doing their final musical number and he stepped into the role of the sitar sitar player where they frame the duke in the audience. And he's like the only face the kind of stands out in the blackened so he's kind of liked that moon like face and i knew that the movie didn't in like this but there's a couple of points where you almost think that the duke is going to like. Hey man i this is crazy. You can't own a person you can't make them. I'm going to be the bigger man here. and i'm not gonna do the fuck fan of the opera bullshit. I'm not. I'm not gonna do. The bills ain't titanic shit. I'm gonna. I'm gonna let this thing go. And of course he doesn't but like i don't know maybe that's maybe some of that stuff is in there to kind of consciously make you think it's possible could be okay. I got smooth things..

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:02 min | Last week

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Don't know people who are more cultured than i really love this guy. But he's great. He's fantastic in this role. I kept thinking. Although i will say the gary oldman should be playing this character every time he was on screen like. I'm half seeing. Gary oldman in this role although i dunno gary oldman definitely pulled off. I don't wanna like also. Gary oldman pitch and one hundred miles. An hour might just deal. Nickel nicole kidman. She might pick the maharaja right. If in full bram stoker mode like fuck go home will be one you got. No power is here. What is it about this character. That makes me think. Gary oldman should be playing him is just because i've seen element and i've seen this and you know you can definitely see how like a really triple. A character actor could knock this of the park. this guy does a really good job he's fantastic. He's yeah he's he's really It's like In in in seeing rain debbie reynolds keeping up gene kelly. But like you can tell. She's the one thousand nine year old just started dancing six weeks ago. And he's like fucking been doing this for years. Like if you got someone in there to kid like rally really fucking hoofer than what how much but also like. I don't know as part of the charm to that. There's a couple of Imperfections it does lead some ambiguity though because like the duke so stupid or he wants to believe the teen loves them that he falls. These ridiculous lies in the the best one is when jim broadband convince broadbent convinced him that the reason he should stood him up on. This date is because she's so in love with them and she so ashamed of her. You know roxanne red light passes. She wants to confess to a priest so she can be like a virgin for him. The very first time he goes into his jukebox like a virgin mashup Halfway through the performance it turns like the duke. And i'm not sure like is is injured here. The duke is so inflamed impassioned the might like rape zindler. I think so. Or is it the horror that this is this. How this guy shows true passion like once his passions inflamed turns into this fucking crew grasping claude creep. He's literally like he is literally doing decree like s announced. He's joe what john was. I forget the guy's yeah. He's he's he's doing that. It's like we really really weird and i feel like gary oldman would've known which lane the b and we wouldn't have the ambiguity. We'd be like oh no. He just wants to. he's he's he's born for love and he's gonna take it from wherever versus like. Oh no this is just this guy. Like oh my god the hell this is going to be in because like if he ever Yeah i don't know but it's the last last thirty seconds of that scene. I'm like it's been twenty years since i've seen it's been like fifteen years was in his movie. I i don't remember what happens here. Oh my god. What is this going to end with. Yeah because sometimes movies go for that switcheroo that had like gear shift in the middle. Like the most recent one i can think of. Actually we just talked about this movie in a private podcast recording on monday jobra has a scene like this where i don't understand. Somehow during the car chasing kobe it turns from murderers with uc's coming after sylvester stallone and brigitte nielsen to brigitte. Nielsen and silvester. Loan coming after the murderers and tell you when that happened. But that's the same kind of vibe. As this scene righted it becomes like Yeah the do kissed her. This guy a bad way or like or like this reminded..

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:24 min | Last week

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Spotify. What do we i guess we should. Before we get like in the spoilers Although like i said i did it's This might be one of the things we already said. Most of the things we want to say about the movie. Maybe we should tell people what this is about if you haven't seen it So this is about the real life turns out moulin rouge the red mill. This place. that was in a village of paris. Called the more more. I think which was either the the center of the bohemian world The home of the children of the revolution The that love nothing more than truth. Freedom beauty and love. It's the village of sin. And the devils alter depending on which side of i guess the the parisian cultural divide delivered in your generation your age group and this is about a very privileged bohemian mcgregor. Who has a very wealthy father who kind of runs away. And i guess there's a term for this type of bohemian to call a halt bohemian. The high bohemian the aristocratic that have taken. Essentially you know vows of poverty. Just like recreationally pop and he's he goes no money and he just gets to shittiest flat he can and and the shittiest typewriter and he's gonna write about love and all these things except he's never audience. You won't believe this you'll mcgregor's never ever been in love. How can you write about love with truth and freedom and beauty without experiencing firsthand. He through a series of comical misunderstandings falls in with a troop of other bohemians that are going to pitch. A new show called spectacular spectacular. I think to the owner of the moulin rouge played by jim. Broadbent simultaneously. He's trying to arrange a deal between his wealthy duke to secure the financial future of moulin rouge in to improve it and turn it into a re. Try to get it out of the body house and and the vaudeville and into like high theater. And that's the the dearest dream in the coal kidman's character Who wants to be a real actress. Who doesn't want to be a cancan dancer.

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:50 min | Last week

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"So it kind of takes me out of it a little bit whereas if they had written original piece. I would be immersed in the visuals audio and not thinking about. oh yeah. the lyric is from this song. Because that's not a lot. But i have to It's not watching them. But a lot of this stuff only recognize. If i'm being honest about half the songs so like i give up pretty quick. There are some things like you know. Like mama mia was like. Oh yeah i know but like this is the i you know who i had. No i'd never heard until. I heard the song unit nat king cole's nature boy. So right there's a bunch of here there's a there's a couple of classic rock and i mean the he'd like there's like fifty different songs in that love montage where like. She's trying to argue that like she's just as a strictly business type of girl and he's like but what about love. They must pull like the chorus lines from fifty different songs ban. The ham one point. It's in this isn't do. Maybe the most thing in the entire movie is gonna get you in mcgregor to sing a line of winnie. Houston's fuck what is the name of that song blanking. I will always love you. The bodyguard one game. They try and get him to do a. We switch. Bring us this morning we did. Yeah the ones. What the hell can you any names They pull it off reasonably well but it's not waiting. Houston come on. There's you mentioned about this. This movie being very funny. It's funny in a very kind of three stooges almost slapstick. Kind of way. Where it's like. It's all about mistaken identity that then just keeps compounding and compounding and that mistaken identity led to this awkward situation that it's it's not like really sophisticated verbal wordplay or things like it's it's more of just like very broad situational humor but like he there's no he has. There's no shame this movie hasn't any of like it's essentially awesome you know. What a lot of the comedies. Like austin powers Like holding grapefruits in front of his dick kind of style stuff Lake you know guy spying on set with telescope thinking you see in one thing and seeing something else and beans zach kind of laughs. But they. I don't know. I think they're really funny. Especially since they are like nicole kidman goes for fucking broke on. This sheet says christ that elephants seen man. She's doing her like You know trilling in yipping like a little fox and it's like.

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:40 min | Last week

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Maybe maybe it's taking the last joyful thing for us but yeah chan can was invented that day right right. Oh yes you're right. It said they innovated there. Yeah in the movie right like she doesn't want to just be a cancan dancer. She wants to be a real actress. Whatever that means in terms of making hundred paris. I don't know also can can use as a martial art in this film at one point in the movie which is pretty inventive really. It's a good time the the thing that impressed me most about this movie is the vision. I don't know how you get from something in your brain like that to the screen. It really at all. I would never have the artistic vision to do anything like this. So when i see it unscreened. It just blows my mind like that first. Twenty minutes to this movie is shot after shot seamlessly blended together with all of these effects that most of them are probably done like with just slick editing and in cameras stuff and then you know you layer a little bit of computer graphics on top of that. I don't know the the vision of baas lerman that he's able to capture is incredible. I think helps when you get. This is my understanding. This was at least one pretty. Well regarded film already. Like a play and like it's easier when you have something original and you can go gonzo with it. Because i it's funny because i don't know whether it's strictly ballroom just was like when he was so much more lower budget lower-profile but it's a much more grounded like it's pretty much set in contemporary within a decade of contemporary australia slash new zealand life. It it's like it's the absurdity of this like high end Ballroom scene and how. It's like much more you know. It's like this extravagant beautiful sport but it's ran by these stuffy uncompromising you know rules lawyers essentially and the and romance between people but there's like there's definitely extravagant storytelling but nothing like this scale. So sounds like but that's i am. As far as i know is gonna original thing that he wrote where you know. Romeo and juliet great gatsby. This where he just really like you know amps up like you said the vision. Maybe it helps if you have a sturdy backbone that you can just like. Let's crank all the levers to eleven on all of this shit and you know it's like the great gatsby is not so much about the great gas people. What felt like to be at one of the great gatsby parties that he that he's throwing the try to draw the attention of his his love. You know got the quality that makes basler men's stuff so compelling as he's able to capture feeling well you know it's something.

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

03:43 min | Last week

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"You still feel pretty good at the end even though it is a tragedy. But you know it's it's it's good. I recommend watching even if you're not a fan of musicals because it is it is a lot of fun. Yeah i mean that's where it goes from just being like romantic conventional sense to like romantic in the anna anna green gable since like you know the tragedy at the end makes else more poignant and the life and death fight for something so temporary an ephemeral lake makes it that much more poignant. It is interesting because like i you know. I'm a lot older that i watched this movie and Like i got a little bit different of lessons And a lot of things a lot. Different things i guess jumped out at me from the screen. But but yeah i want to ask you. This is just a good time. This movie is a fucking straight party like the first two thirds of this film is just got his foot. Pedal doesn't stop and even when it gets depressing at the end is still goes out with such a finale that and he pulls out all the stops in the in in in all the tricks in the book because the editor. This film is edited to within an inch of its life. Almost a extent of parody. I think like like the a big reveal. I don't want to spoil the movie but there's a big big reveal about a secret performance at one point in the film and i think there was seventeen edits in like a second and a half as i. What but it's like that kind of kinetic frantic pace that it's like shock move a music video and the things over two hours long. Yeah they're able to capture like the feeling of being drunk in a dance hall where there is music and lights and dancing girls in a crowd like they're able to capture that in film and it really works. It looks like the best time to go to the moulin rouge which i just learned researching for this as an actual real place. I thought this was all some kind of fantasy shit. Let me And it kinda looks like it does. It's like if you went to the moulin rouge the red mill at the at the peak of its life on rolling on molly but then he goes in search like absent and then he goes in these ads like magical realism on top of that. We're like literally things are sparkling and shining shimmering and all that kind of stuff. Which like i said i repeat myself. You're rolling. i'm ali alliens beautiful and and you told me. How much did this film cost. Fifty million. I notice twenty years ago but it just goes to show you. You can throw a lot of people that can so close. You can throw a lot of costume and set design at the screen and to a-list stars for forty fifty million dollars and you can see every single dollar of it like it's just and again i. The thing that i kept on it kept on. Gobsmacked is when i was looking at pictures of the old moulin rouge and even in its current incarnation and like how much Yeah that's exactly what it looked like like all the the big the big elephants room which i guess wasn't opium exclusive like vip opium den extravagant gardens. They had in the bag. All that shit was was real at least until the place burnt down in like the early twentieth century and they rebuilt it without the opium dens without the elephants shocking without the gardens. Like all that stuff is has been lost but hey you can still go see Pretty young creatures of the night dancing for your pleasure Well i don't know now cova..

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Biden to Pull Troops From Afghanistan

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to Pull Troops From Afghanistan

"President Biden says it is time for our troops to leave Afghanistan after consulting closely with our allies and partners. With our military leaders and intelligence personnel with our diplomats. And our development experts with Congress and the vice president. As well as with Mr Ghani and many others around the world. I've concluded that it's time to end America's longest war. It's time for American troops to come home, Biden says as promised troops will begin the withdrawal May 1st with completion by September 11th the 20th anniversary of the attack plotted by terrorists based in Afghanistan. This afternoon. Biden is traveling to Arlington National Cemetery to visit section 60, the final resting place for troops who died in the Afghan, Afghanistan and Iraqi conflicts.

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Biden Announces U.S. Troops to Leave Afghanistan by Sept. 11

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Announces U.S. Troops to Leave Afghanistan by Sept. 11

"I've concluded that it's time to end America's longest war. It's time for American troops to come home. Biden says troops will start leaving before May 1st and everyone should be out by the upcoming 20th anniversary of the terror attacks that launched the US into its war in Afghanistan. Civil rights activists in the Minneapolis area are demanding an

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Biden to Announce Withdrawal of Troops From Afghanistan by 9/11

Fox News Rundown

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to Announce Withdrawal of Troops From Afghanistan by 9/11

"Is expected to announce today the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan by this September. 11th is set to visit Arlington National Cemetery today, where he will make remarks about the plan. U. S officials confirmed to Fox News yesterday. The administration will actually miss a May 1st deadline put forward by former President Trump the new data line. With the 20th anniversary of 9 11 boxes for

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US Troops to Leave Afghanistan on 20th Anniversary of 9/11

Pod Save the World

02:22 min | 2 months ago

US Troops to Leave Afghanistan on 20th Anniversary of 9/11

"The washington post broke the news. That president biden plans to withdraw. Us troops from afghanistan by september eleventh. A twenty twenty one. That's the twentieth anniversary of the nine. Eleven attacks biden is expected to officially announce this news on wednesday fourteen. So the day this this episode comes out. There's currently between twenty five hundred thirty five hundred. Us troops in afghanistan. And there's up to seven thousand international mostly nato troops. It sounds like biden's team landed on this withdrawal date in this decision. Because they know they can't meet the may one us troop withdrawal deadline that was negotiated by trump. But these peace talks that they've been trying to push forward are still going nowhere so they seem to think that by announcing the eleventh date they can split the difference they can delay the withdrawal which at this point is probably logistically impossible but not provoked the taliban into resuming attacks on us forces. Ben i'm guessing that all these nato forces will come out shortly after the. Us forces do because they rely on us for a lot of logistical support. There was a line in this post story. That said that some. Us counterterrorism assets will be positioned outside of afghanistan to remain capable of striking extremist groups in the country. I assume that's talking about some sort of drone based nearby. I don't know so. I guess my reaction to this news is i am extremely worried about what happens after we withdraw. But that. I think this is the right decision. Like so i worry. The taliban could gain territory. I worry about the stability of the afghan government. but i've also seen no evidence that a continued. Us presence will help solve those problems. And i've seen some people argue that the us being there actually makes everything worse. Any thoughts from you on this policy decision or the symbolism of trying to tie this withdrawal deadline to the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. Yeah i mean. I think first of all people in particular progressives should understand that this is like a really big and bold decision by joe biden. Yes trump's at the deadline but trump said it like as he was walking out the door and you did not remove all troops and. That's the huge step. The big step is to get to two zero troops so this is not just an extension of trump biden had to be the one to take that decision and i'm certain that the military was cautioning against it. I'm certain that people were warning probably correctly that there's all kinds of negative scenarios could play out.

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Biden to Withdraw All Troops From Afghanistan by September

John McCulloch

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to Withdraw All Troops From Afghanistan by September

"President Biden reportedly plans to withdraw all American troops in Afghanistan later this year. Several reports say will happen by the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks is decision means 3000 troops that were scheduled to come home by May 1st under former President Trump's plan. We'll stay a little longer. Now. The Taliban has threatened that the more violence of the US keeps troops in that country beyond the May

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Biden to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by 9/11

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by 9/11

"Will withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by September 11th the 20th anniversary that terrorist attacks on America that were coordinated from that country. Decision goes against a May 1st deadline for full withdrawal under a peace agreement The Trump Administration reached with the Taliban last year on

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Sentences reduced for some men convicted in 1993 WTC bombing

Dennis Prager

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Sentences reduced for some men convicted in 1993 WTC bombing

"Ronnie marked the 20th anniversary of the first World Trade Center bombing that killed six people 28 years ago. Loved ones of the six bombing victims remembered their lives during virtual ceremonies. The 1993 parking garage explosion beneath the twin towers left massive destruction for the men implicated, still fight legal battles and have won some reductions to their compound. It sentences After one part of their convictions was dropped in response to recent U. S Supreme Court ruling, although each would have to live well into their nineties if they would ever go free. The mastermind Ramzi Yousef, is serving a life sentence after convictions in two trials. Yousef's uncle, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, still awaits a military tribunal on charges of masterminding the September 11 2001

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White House To Review Plan To Pull Troops Out Of Afghanistan

Here & Now

04:20 min | 4 months ago

White House To Review Plan To Pull Troops Out Of Afghanistan

"When the U. S Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meets with NATO defense ministers today and tomorrow they'll discuss the future of the 2500 American troops still serving in Afghanistan under a deal the Trump Administration signed with the Taliban. The U. S is supposed to withdraw those troops by May, 1st. Biden administration is now questioning whether that's still a good idea, given the ongoing violence. BBC chief International correspondent least to set joins US now from Kabul on Skype and lease The Times of London is reporting that the Afghan government wants US and NATO troops to stay for another two years. So if the body administration were to agree to that, how would they justify breaking this deal with the Taliban? Right now. Our understanding is that the Biden administration believes it needs more time and now Afghanistan is in a situation whereby depending on what figures used 50 to 70% of the district's of Afghanistan or other controlled or contested by the Taliban, and that one way or the other either through the negotiations were through the battlefield that the Taliban will return to power. The Taliban are threatening that if the U. S doesn't keep his deal, they're going to resume their attacks against the NATO forces. They want the U. S. To keep this side of the bargain. We know that President Biden never supported the troop surge into Afghanistan when he was vice president. We know he wants to get out. But the big urgent question now and it's a really, really hard question is that it's not that they we will get out. It is how we will get out. And what will happen when we do? Well, you're right. That is the crux of the problem for President Biden and for NATO, that if you pull out troops or when you pull out troops that terrorist groups will emerge again in Afghanistan, but from what you're telling me It sounds like the Taliban already carries quite a bit of influence in the country. So how much of a concern is it that these violent groups would take over the country? At some point when these troops are gone, Rob The very pessimistic assessments, which say that the Taliban had moved so close to many of the provincial capitals, which they've been prevented from taking in the past because of U. S air power because of U. S intelligence gathering because of US and other NATO support that once all of these Foreign troops are gone, that they will be able to overrun these provincial cities. And then, of course, Kabul is the biggest prize of all. There are people in the Afghan government who say this summer will be the worst fighting season as it's called that Afghanistan has seen for years, But they say they're confident that the Afghan security forces will be able to stand up to them. I think the reality is that the Taliban have strengthened their positions. They believe that their return to power one way or another is just a matter of time. It is hard to believe at this point that this year will mark the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks, which, of course, sparked the U. S led invasion of Afghanistan now two decades ago. What has been accomplished in that time? Lisa's we consider pulling these troops out. It has been 20 years of some successes. I think we have to bear that in mind. Afghanistan is not the country it was in 2000 and one There is a vibrant press. There is a parliament there is an elected president. There is the most educated, most connected to generation in Afghan history. But you cannot also avoid the fact that year in year out the Taliban from their sanctuaries in neighboring Pakistan, and the resistance from other outside actors. Have the inch back district by district into power work and what we see Eat today in Afghanistan is a time where Afghans are living in fear of targeted killings that one by one Human rights activists, female judges, journalists that young, educated generation expected to play a role in the future. They're being picked off one by young one, and there's a brain drain. They're leaving because they see their lives. They're not safe here and they don't have a future in Afghanistan. I don't think I'm going to say that All hope is lost. But there is a feeling that this is what the Taliban say. Time is up. Now you had your chance, and now it's

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Anniversary marks victory for inclusion at FDR Memorial in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Anniversary marks victory for inclusion at FDR Memorial in Washington DC

"This month marks the 20th anniversary of a wheelchair being added to a presidential memorial in D. C. It's being celebrated by disability advocates as a victory for inclusion. Getting a statue of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in his wheelchair. Added to the already built memorial was a fight. But 16 of his grandchildren and 50 disability organizations were onboard. Having that image is important for representation to remind people of what is possible. Mary Dolan of the FDR Memorial Legacy Committee. It's also just accurate. That's how he lived his life. Why would we hide that? Dolan says The committee now is appealing to the National Park Service to address flooding and upkeep and improve the memorial experience for the visually impaired. For example,

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"The door and takes the package and says all's from my wife for whatever that's the guy and if you look at the sign at the ranch at the beginning it says dick and bet anna at end the dick part is gonna it just says oh shit i didn't even realize that. So they've broken up in those five years and that's because he's cheating on her with some russian rutland floozy. Yeah yeah right. So they're really efficient in setting that stuff up too and it's not a really a character per se but yeah now she she represents a potential future for this guy who's had a harrowing experience have lost the love of his life an epic rebound of nothing else of cheese. But i mean all this is all a bunch of other stuff too because like you know. He essentially proposes to her so like they do all these tricks to set up the maximum amount of psychological damage that this thing could do and also give him like plausible stakes for like why you know he would give up hope and then rekindle hope. Because that's like the reading between the lines wasn't i'm reading designs. The movie comes out and says it in the the the speech that he gives to his friend but like at the three year mark. He tries to kill himself because he realizes that. Like i even if i get off this island at this point my life is going to be gone. There's no way that she's gonna leave Wait for me like this has changed like i'm i. I've got control over nothing. But in the manner in which i die and yeah and like i think. There's that's interesting little signpost for like all the little pieces of him that he gives away for example the when he when he breaks down and opens up fedex package. That was him. Dude that was him giving up like model fedex. employees like. he's no longer thing. This is gonna be a hell of a story. When i tell moscow the next time i noticed like when he's collecting these packages. It's like okay. He's got the packages of be delivered right but then he sits down and he sort them into piles by like area airport code right. We've sort. Yeah i worked there right there on the beach. He's he's doing package sort sort in the movie prior to this. So you even. If you're not a former federal employee you know what he's doing right right like a disaster sort in the middle of red square and but but it's really ridiculous because that's a scene where he's desperate for water and there's a monsoon and he's using a viable way to collect water to protect packages from water. It's ridiculous and then he gives up a little bit more of himself when he does the math and realize. Oh my god. They're looking for me over a size twice the state of texas. And then there's like this little bits else that he gives away and then you know notably it's really haunting when you get the four years later and you just see i remember in the audience. Gasps when people saw the four year later. And then you know what tom hanks had become. It was genuinely shocking in some ways it's inspiring though too because you look at him and they've just shown you the scenes of him flailing around in the water throwing a spear so so it affects really like this is straight out of a thomas comedy movie right and then the.

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

06:00 min | 6 months ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Find out more at cdw dot com slash dell emc. I think it's funny that like it's a testament to how well the wilson concept works when he goes flying away and and tom hanks Which is he giving really broad grief. Performance doesn't i mean i saw an audience. I think once or twice there is no one laughing. You know 'cause that's an inherently silly seen it could be perte. It's hilarious when danny devito's bemoaning the fate of rome him But you know this is the guy laroche. A soul form of emotional support for four years. It's a real friend him. Yeah yeah those links back to civilization and society and hope really is what it is are super important for the movie. And wilson is the is sort of a personification of that in a weird way. And then you've got the other the other hope Signifier which is that package with the angels wings. So yeah every time you see those two things you're thinking okay. What are they gonna do with this. Because there's a couple of things like that The would wilson floats away. Obviously that's like his hope floating away right in the angel wings. Rip off his his raft in. That's the hope flying away like and then he's essentially from there on out..

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Felt somehow new and fresh but gave you that window. You really need it into what he's thinking at any given moment in and his just his mental state. It's i would love to know how many designs that went through before they can. It came up with. Because i think there's there is like If been too crude and like less kinda cute unapproachable it wouldn't have worked if it had been. You know if he did like drawn like us trying to do the helen hunt cave paintings. That would have been weird. But there's something just in that particular design and wilson like when they do to four year flash forward wilson's like more feral obviously popped and now he's stuffed with coconut and it's just a shocker ahead. Coming out the design ages. With it. And i don't it's something it's something really that connick in fact i want. They charge like thirty nine ninety nine for a feral wilson. Sure yeah the draw late stage. Yeah maybe ideas. You're supposed to take him on an adventure in he's supposed to get pharaoh with you okay. Sure i'm not staying on the islands for five years but This is a big commitment. Like you know you hear you talking about this kind of stuff with Shit who's the batman guy christabel christian. Bale does this a lot because he bulks up the play batman he slims down the play the machinist he gained seventy five pounds and american hustle. Like he's always going up and down this one. The first ones that. I remember reading about tom. Hanks gained fifty pounds to pack on weight For the project they film all the movie up until the four year of is later jumped scene and then he took a full year off. So tom hanks garage. His hair. grout is beard into his his crazy wilderness. survivor guy. Look and just get emaciated to lose a lot of way. He's naturally kind of a thin guy and He they just just really went win. All in on that In fact this this production stretch so long. That robert zemeckis took his film crew and made a whole other movie. What lies beneath in the high eighties of this movie which i thought was kind of an an incredible detail I can't imagine like you know spending a year of your life. well probably two years. Total filming fasting. Get getting fat filming fasting. Getting skinny. Going back and filming. I guess show the also film shut down for like two or three months for the final scenes of him and getting back to the mainland because he was already can and so i. I thought that that was that that was cool. And it's again something i'd never heard of anyone doing before The castaway business. Yeah i. I can't help but thank you talked about the influence of wilson and and then you know this transformation that hanks does. I can't help but think of always sunny when i think of this movie Mac does those transformations to write like he bulks up. He gains for no reason either. It's just it's not like he gets not rated on an island or anything. no there's no storyteller he's doing it. I guess Yeah so he does that and then they've got the from him episode which obviously is inspired by will heavily inspired by wilson of course it is rome. Am yeah It's fantastic and the those things are inextricably linked in my mind support for this..

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"I don't know something about just watching people make fire and and do things in a quiet kind of purposeful is relaxing and this in an actual survival situation is even inherently more. So so i. It taps into that. Just kind of like the voyeurism of just just watching people do this these ancient things and rediscover these ways of living and i think it also works kind of like a nice little philosophical piece about like. Yeah what is important about life and and what are the things that keep us going in dark times so i i had the movies two and a half hours long. It flies felt like about how i. I'm i'm shocked that you find this movie in any way relaxing. This movie is beyond stressful for me. Really young. I watched this movie. And i'm i'm tom hanks at the beginning of the island adventure. Just i'm tom. Hanks trying to make a fire and failing. I watching this thing just stressed out of my mind this life or death situation and he's ill equipped to deal with it both from the stuff. He has on hand but also his skills are just not there it this is. This is a far cry from dudes with their go pros Posting like like must have internet access right to post this shit about with him in the wilderness. Doing this stuff for fun. Like this is the exact opposite of that for me. I saw make a silicon chip. It was crazy. I believe it's possible. He had a mud microscope. I don't know how it happened. I ordered it off amazon and they delivered to us. Yeah yeah i. I guess i i found myself getting really stressed out about the plane crash and you know him getting up the walk around and not taking. I mean there's some interesting observations about how he values time. Even those moments like once the immediate like disaster is over and he washed up on the island. I guess i did. Yeah felt very comforting and calming. I guess the other thing is. Because i knew he gets you know i knew he gets off the island and i was also wondering i was curious about is like because i remember being very confused about how i felt about his arrival and how that was handled in the film when i was much younger man now i think like well. That's just because that's a really tough situation for everybody involved and i feel for everybody. You're talking about his arrival home after the ordeal. Yeah okay yeah. Yeah yeah holy hell. That's that's that is a scenario that is filled with regret no matter which way it goes. Oh jesus yeah. Yeah so what do you. How do we want to start here. I guess maybe we should tell people if you haven't seen because this is an older film it's twenty years old At this point. Jesus we're older people Tom hanks is a Is a some kind of federal express troubleshooter fedex fixer..

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

02:58 min | 6 months ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Hello everybody welcome back to another bald move prestige movie. This time we're gonna talk about is going to be talking about The movie castaway This is the twentieth anniversary. Can't believe at twenty twentieth anniversary of the movie castaway starring. Tom hanks Where a ambitious fedex. Employee gets marooned on a desert island in the south pacific It was directed by robert. Zemeckis we all know robertson. Meccas writes mr. Who framed roger rabbit mr back to the future mr romancing the stone mr forrest gump You know that's a big big big oscar. Collaboration that the ad with tom hanks Screenplay by william breuls junior Who was one of the writers on china beach Also wrote apollo thirteen and trap mints planet of the apes. The polar express was one of the writers of saving private ryan It starred tom. Hanks helen hunt and a little bit. Nick search surchi sursee. I can't remember how to pronounce his game. That's two or this guy's name. It's a art railing. Givens bossom justified. Yup and that's it. It's ninety nine percent tom. hanks All by his lonesome sharing syrian screen with the volleyball Jim i don't know how long has been seen this movie. I'm pretty sure you've seen it before. What was it like seeing it again. What did you think of it. As time improved your recollection or or an estimate of this film or what time hasn't improved. But that's not to say that i don't enjoy it like it's kind of an amazing movie but i thought that when i first saw it so i've seen it a couple times few times i don't know that's probably third fourth time i've seen it and Yeah it it absolutely holds up There's nothing to really date this movie too much so like you know we still have planes islands still exist. People still exist so all this stuff. It's like oh. If he had a cellphone this movie would be ruined now. Now they're they're they're reception this island so it really holds up twenty years later. I think yeah. I mean pagers. Being the state of the art technology was was a little bit of what the hell but sure. Yeah no i thought so too I remember this film being a really absorbing film you know i wouldn't believe that There's so little talking in two thirds of this movie But i guess it doesn't surprise me because in the last few years i found that really relaxing and rewarding to watch channels. Where guys essentially do stuff like this side of the guy. Australia primitive technology using talk during his videos he just sits and you know makes mud bricks and huts and bows and arrows and all kinds of stuff Sky lately Does the same thing only with a lot. A little bit more modern gear Joe rogan up in canada..

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New 9/11 Judge After Newest One Quits After 2 Weeks

New Yorker Radio Hour

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

New 9/11 Judge After Newest One Quits After 2 Weeks

"Of judges overseeing the 9 11 case of Guantanamo Bay and new judge has been named as NPR's Sasha Fiver reports. The latest judges, Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Matthew McCall. His predecessor at Guantanamo, quit after two weeks on the job before that, a caretaker judge temporarily oversaw the case after the previous judge abruptly retired after less than a year on the bench. Six judges total have now overseeing the 9 11 case in roughly the past two years that frequent personnel turnover reflects how dysfunctional the cases it's been mired in pre trial hearings for years, and at this point, a trial of the five Guantanamo prisoners accused of plotting the September 11 terror attacks. Is unlikely to begin before the 20th anniversary of that day. Sasha Pfeiffer NPR news

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‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Cast Reuniting for Nashville Film Festival 20th Anniversary Event

Colleen and Bradley

00:20 sec | 9 months ago

‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Cast Reuniting for Nashville Film Festival 20th Anniversary Event

"List. The Nashville Film Festival is going to celebrate the impending 20th anniversary of the movie. Oh, brother were out. There were hard now with an online re union of cast members, including George Clooney junk Turo. Tim Blake Nelson and Kris Thomas King. They're getting back together for this event, which is part of the Nashville film festivals, virtual

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

04:48 min | 9 months ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"Famous was the seventy ninth greatest films since the year two. Thousand And a Hollywood reporter lists. Voted on by Studio Chiefs Oscar winners in TV royalty almost famous was ranked as the seventy first greatest film of all time. The film had a budget of sixty million dollars, but only made forty seven million dollars at the box office. So a short-term shirt short term failure but in the long term, a quickly became a cult classic. Just to run through the plot here with you guys in Act One, the story opens with William. At a young age where we find them living at home with his mother, for instance, mcdormand and his sister in need played by Zoe. Chanel in. San. Diego. While William gets along well with his mother and sister separately. Both of the women in his life are at odds with each other elaine struggles to keep some form of control over Nita who feels that her mother is way too much of a helicopter parent. One day she brings out a copy of, Simon, and Garfunkel bookends album and her mother confiscates it. Because she does not allow rock music in the house saying that the songs are about drugs and promiscuous sex anita leaves in a fury. During this time it's to William that his mom skipped him two grades as all his classmates around him are thirteen and he's eleven. So he's just way younger than everyone he's smart cookie. So he skipped a few grades, but it has him leaving. Out of place, he doesn't have many friends. And his sister Anita decides to leave home to become an airline stewardess. She leaves her record collection to William. Before leaving she says one day you'll be cool. She goes off the San Francisco. He finds a note in assisted sisters, copy of the WHO's album Tommy, which tells them to listen to it with a candle burning and he'll see his future. Fast. Forward a few years and we have a more grownup William played by Patrick few. WHO's now fifteen? He's in high, school. In that time become an avid rock music fan an interested in general. He's writing for several newspapers including one edited by his idol I N. San. Diego. Native Lester bangs. They meet one day and Philip Seymour Hoffman gives them some advice..

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9/11 Trial Faces Another Delay: New Guantánamo Lawyer Wants 30 Months to Prepare

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

9/11 Trial Faces Another Delay: New Guantánamo Lawyer Wants 30 Months to Prepare

"The 9 11 trial was scheduled to begin in January in Guantanamo Bay. But NPR's Sasha Pfeiffer reports looks increasingly unlikely now that a new defense lawyer in the case says he needs 2.5 years to prepare. David Brooks. Past clients include Charleston, South Carolina, Church shooter Dylann Roof and one of the Boston Marathon Bombers. He's now the new lead attorney for Ramzi Bin Al Shibh, one of the five men charged in the September 11th 2001 terror attacks. He was appointed because his predecessor left the case. Brooke says an illegal filing He hasn't even met al sheep yet and faces hundreds of hours of work just reading more than 33,000 pages of hearing transcripts. He estimates it will take him at least 30 months to prepare for trial. That would be well after next year's 20th anniversary of 9 11 and the price tag of Guantanamo already more than $6 billion would continue to

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Chicago's Wicker Park Farmers Market reopens for 20th anniversary

Brian Noonan

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago's Wicker Park Farmers Market reopens for 20th anniversary

"Park Farmers Market Welcome back customers Sunday is that celebrates its 20th anniversary W jeans Marcella Raymond checked it out. The market has been scaled back to 12 vendors, but they've come with bushels of goodies. We have Thinking we weren't gonna be able to open at all. And then two weeks ago, we found out we were ready to go. So we pulled it all together. And now we're here. Only 50 people can come in at a time. Blue paint tells you which way to go Signs remind you to social distance. I only have to wear a mask. Farmer's market is back next Sunday from eight until two.

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"It was too much. Britney for the yeah I think like also lucky I mean again. Lucky is probably my baby. Britney Spears on and it's so good but like I remember like so many of the songs that you're listening to especially from pop at that time or all romance songs. Mike love songs and up songs into hear us on like lucky. That was just like. I'm just really rich and bummed like it was just like what is she singing about. This is so fascinating this was like a completely different thing that she's singing about and I remember beat really struck by that as a kid. I was like this is just like not like any other song occurred in my lifetime. So far he's strikingly press anti going. So lucky is for kidding. Really it's such a fantastic. I mean I think you're totally right. I I I think push comes to shove. This might be just. Her best song definitely agree. Toxic era for instance. It's the one that you know when when Taylor played her Taylor Swift. Oh my God rob you read my mind. I literally was about to say I feel. It's the most Taylor swift the end of the early Britney Laundry Times the first time she ever played Louisiana. You can find his footage on Youtube where she does a local tribute cheat. She does her version of Lucky. Incredible which you know of course. She tried writing her own version with the lucky. One hundred percent. Lucky is even better bit carrying Taylor seeing near. She's Lucky in stadium full of fans in Louisiana who every word of it and they're so proud that their local exploded upset by dealer lucky just hits people where they live in an uncle. I loved it in a video that little introduction to explain that she's singing about a character and we should not think song about her because absolutely not about Britney either story at all well with with actual Britney everything is fine and always will be does not cry herself to sleep at night ever so fascinating I remember. It seemed like so confounded by back like the entire concept of Ohio. Like popstars can sing about other things like other stuff. That's like complicated. But yeah it's like it was very that song. I was so obsessed with but I had a complicated relationship because she was dating Justin and had my name. It was a very tortured during day again but I could not ignore the album difficult to ignore that video cinematic jeans. The fact that she's in the dual role of like playing lucky star has said like and then sort of Britney The Guardian Angel figure her round and looking very compassionate and concerned all the time with the really short hair. It was so good yes crop. Top the crop top. Yes an angel. Crop Top Makes his sad faces Does things like throw things yet. Random phone inter very glamorous rope very mean turn coast. There's something I found the on religion. I founded final track dear diary kind of moving in that. I know it's the I believe. It's the only song that she has at writing credit on the album and it is so unvarnished a teenage song. A young teenage song for all her. I'm not that innocent. It's pretty damn innocent. It's a little bit touching because you know where that she really was still kind of a kid. You know underneath it all and there's something I don't know if it's a good song per se but I did find it moving. I love that song is better or worse than email my heart though you know. That's a good point. I think it's basically the email my heart of this album. I know that we're all on the same page as loving email my heart. Yes we we actually we. We had a little bit of a dispute about that last time rob but I might have been doing emails. What is weird? I was thinking everybody's been doing diaries. It is that she went from email to like this like a nineteenth century diary thing. It's like album. She was going back in time. You know everybody was no longer doing emails should have been something about like a sidekick pager actually would have she would have written a great song about. Rossana a great song about sidekicks a lot. Yeah what a tragedy that she didn't actually even some of the lesser known songs on the album. I don't think there's one song at is a bad song album. I thought the deep cuts were actually. I did or even more fun to hear now. Because they're kind of like more songs in that style that we all miss so much of like peak Swedish pop factory style other tracks that you would WanNa dig in on rob where even to begin with from you is a deep cut at a nominal but yet there's there's basically no skip some this record right. Yeah I know Steve. Lunt wrote one kiss from you. I don't know if he was he was not the. Steve was not part of the He's a British guy he wrote. She Bop now. Wait so fascinating see. Had The guy who wrote she bob on one song? You Have Diane Warren on when your I say it you have Keith Richards. Obviously tonigh- Mutt Lang Song Right. That's running the gamut in song is really good it is. I wonder how I wonder how many die warns submitted for the album. I wonder if there's like seven Diane Warren Song. He know she probably had like. You should probably submitted on the condition that they could not make this when it hit. She's trying to agree to you. Know Oscar what. She's she was shooting for her. You got at that point but the fact that you're that much wrote one of the best hits from this record. Yeah that's kind of billion This is peak. They're scenario is huge. All over the world at this point with the huge mega success of of come on over album which was just a long run hit. It was an even bigger hit the second year. It was the first king so the fact that even just getting money and Schneider to write a song for your record. Such a lot of confidence in Britney stitcher. 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"20th anniversary" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"You took something a work through it and there's a quote from you out there saying that you thought by getting so personal that no one was going to be able to relate to the record is that an accurate quote well you know that's that's the funny embarrassing thing about it you know it's like you sink when you're being absolutely what is your embarrassed about the way you feel and of course it's not cool and all these other things about it but and you come to find out that's exactly what is who and why anybody else would want to listen to it it doesn't mean that doesn't have imagination and all those things connected to it but I I know that's it's a funny it's a funny funny thing you know especially when you're willing to talk about that sort of in attornal pain and that kind of paint from loss or that kind of paint from that confrontation with the world is different than I thought it was it's probably one of the reasons why there is so much great emotional music out there it's like it's a pain you know that you just have to keep addressing to find out how you're going to go on from there at the time when we made it even after it came out I would be slightly embarrassed about it you know it because you're you kind of delve into it so much that you can say I don't care what anybody thinks I'll carry it feels but then you come out of that a year later you're kind of it's uncomfortable but I think that's exactly why it works why I think it speaks to people Yup.

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"And now your host with the most which may have and Dennis the menace on this episode of the Rhino podcast executive producer John Hughes so emotionally destroyed again you know I think that's what the softball they're saying it's like what do I do Who would they Friedman Stephen All of us navigating this funny little feeling you know it's not like Oh man I went through something heavy.

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"And we want to welcome Wayne to the Rhino podcast we're here to talk about the twentieth anniversary of the Soft Bulletin yes indeed yes or mental record and then you have this really layered intricately arranged album that's kind of changed did you feel it was a conscious change as It's just where you guys were going well you say that the record is an experimental record and that's you know that's kind of an understatement in a way you know like ah you know for people that don't know what that record is but it came out at the time when most records came out on CD the format we put Zarifa out in was four CDs that were meant to be not like four CDs like the Clash Does Sandinista. Where's the three three album threes CD set this is four CDs that share eight tracks and it's meant to be played on force separate CD players all at the same time it's even hard for me to imagine how we convinced ourselves that we should do this but you do that's what that's what you do and and so coming also zyu- Rica we were sort of controlling songs in pile that didn't work for desired the thing that weren't working for the four CD thing and these would end up being like the race for the prize the first song of softball in and spoonful as a ton the second song you know all these were rejects from our higher higher concept but when we put it out when we put this off Bolton how it felt to us like just another weird experimental record we just happened to change sounds and we were using you know sort of digital orchestration as our new experiment our new emotional format which tests felt like a new frontier but now I don't see it as an experimental record I see it as really like a song oriented it doesn't go off the rails into a six hour noise fest light some flaming lips music you know so by our own standards you're exactly right there's one of the cray's experimental things that we've ever done then right next to something that feels like somewhat normal classic music chain reaction.

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"20th anniversary" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"20th anniversary" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"Hey rich hey dennis I am willing to bet you are doing your favorite thing yeah I'm I'm a big fan dot com it's no secret metoo there's so much great information on there of course we've got a featured artist go in and look there's a release breakdown the artists there's playlist there's articles about different releases seeking really get more info and learn more about the artists that you love her album of the day which is something that you can sign up for on your email and it just comes right into your inbox every day there's a short essay laying out why that album worth your time there's links to listen to your on your favorite streaming platform and you can also browse through all the past albums of the day while you're there it's pretty cool I'm hip to the trip I'm telling you what and then there's exclusives Rhino Dot Com you there's releases there that you can't get anywhere else so you gotta go check it out there's so much cool stuff coming up include and rock and roll fans are going to dig it but in today's episode of the Rhino Podcast Dennis why don't you tell us what we have we have John Hughes our executive producer and Wayne Coyne Yup that man who is in the giant bubble from the flaming lips it's the twentieth anniversary. the soft bulletin and their touring behind it but this record was released in nineteen ninety nine after one of their weirder records and has goals like race for the prize and waiting for Superman and it's been named the album of the year from everybody from the me too rolling stone it's icon back I'm sure that Wayne had a truckload to say about this record Wayne has a lot of stories.

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Woodstock Film Fest celebrates 20th anniversary Oct. 2-6

Special Programming

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Woodstock Film Fest celebrates 20th anniversary Oct. 2-6

"We're talking with Mira blasting she is the co founder and executive director of the Woodstock Film Festival which is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year what is more premier sigil conflicting we actually have a tie a lot of from years there's a film called not not chance which is a tiny film that was there's this really great band called with this Kmart and then we'll know if you've heard that ever yeah the fabulous so this is a film to document the recording of their album that and the newest album and then it's going to be followed this is the world premiere and that's going to be followed by a live performance of the words of course because it's what's that. so that's that's going to be really great there's the phone the present Perez is starring in inside the rain it is made by by Paul R. young man and also starring him as a bi polar it young individual who's trying to follow his vision and his art by actually trying to make a film in the meantime we also have this whole thing about the licensee of that when he falls in love and was if there is is the therapist who's just trying to keep him balance that's what the whole thing and I you have to see if he's doing a good job of that tonight. but there's a lot of fun. we we have we have this the condor and eagle which is a very environmental documentary because it's really it's it's it's it's that takes you from the woods of Canada all the way to deepen the Amazons out of four different try believe there is who are traveling together and blending the plea is the experience that the what happens of the Amazons and by the way talking about the Amazons there's another phone if we premiering called maxima and that is that's another tiny film that I think is actually so big in terms of its heart it is about this little Peruvian woman the whole lives somewhere in the Perot right there were the biggest of the second biggest I think gold mine is and a you. Erica and gold mining conglomerate ETS. get her out of her own home and the film depicts hair certainly her story as she's fighting the this little David is fighting this Goliath and how she does that so things like that are sprinkled throughout the whole festival does all these jams that you can find and that that that the premier is and of course all the filmmakers are going to be there and it's gonna be

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Target's 20th Anniversary Design Collection

5 Things

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Target's 20th Anniversary Design Collection

"Get ready for another fashion frenzy at target the retailers twentieth anniversary collection goes on sale on Saturday and we'll offer a chance wants to grab designer items at discount prices. Nearly three hundred of the most popular items from over twenty years of design partnerships will be made available once again that includes includes Massoni me Pulitzer Hunter and more the collection will span across clothing home decor and kitchen essentials with pricing ranging from seven to one hundred sixty

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Community Gathers At Columbine Memorial Ahead Of Somber 20th Anniversary

Secured Retirement Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Community Gathers At Columbine Memorial Ahead Of Somber 20th Anniversary

"Tonight. There will be a large remembrance ceremony here in an ear by park for the families of those who died at Columbine twenty years ago. There have been many school shooting since nineteen ninety nine but Columbine was one that shattered America's innocence it unfolded on live TV. Frank DeAngelis was a principal at Columbine on that day. He says he's twenty years have been tough I will have survival guilt for the rest of my life. Those kids walk into the building that day at seven AM and twelve of them didn't return Craig Scott lost his sister and his good friends. He hid under a table as the shots were fired. He to his struggled with survivors Gill. Zomba afterwards. He says it his taken years to recover, and he now truly values has special life is after

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Mahershala Ali Couldn't Wait To Be Part of True Detective's Comeback Energy

Fresh Air

05:42 min | 2 years ago

Mahershala Ali Couldn't Wait To Be Part of True Detective's Comeback Energy

"And pit Salata loaded his scripts with philosophical efforts inspired by the rubber chambers collection. The king in yellow now back for third season Pitt lotto has regained his footing in the magic in his pen. This. Time he defies expectations by turning cop drama into a meditation on social isolation. He details the way adult by CS and self interest fail the most vulnerable members of society, it's children. Marcia Ali is remarkable as the embittered antisocial, Wayne Hayes, a Vietnam vet who craves little more than the company of liquor and an empty VFW hall. He and his partner Roland west played by Stephen Dorf, our detectives with the Arkansas state police a white high school student will pursell and his older sister Julie have disappeared in nineteen eighty from their tiny mostly white mostly poor town of west finger Arkansas director, Jeremy sonya's time-line jumps from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety when the case is reopened to twenty fifteen. When a journalist interviews Hayes about his work Hayes. Meanwhile, struggling to sort out what happened before. For the fog of Alzheimer's permanently. Clouds, his brain. Depicting Hayes, especially as an elderly man waited with regrets is an exercise in restraint eilly pulls it off with a plumb black residents. Don't trust Hayes because he wears a police badge at the precinct his instincts, carry less weight than his white partners. Hayes knows his race limits. His professional progress if fuels the way he pulls away from people which in turn worsens, his prospects for advancement pizzicato understands that the racial dynamics of west finger don't just create divisions. They forced people together to Hayes Mary's the only other middle-class black person in town will pursell high school English teacher Amelia Reardon played with deceptive ease by Carmen jogo. They expertly recreate the instant report that forms between black people who've never met casually chatting about everyday racism, like they're discussing the weather. You know, they're talking about white people. Even if they never say white people from long been teaching about six years all their Westminster. Hey, you say Sarah style from a boss. I'm sorry. Just you know police. I was it here. You know? It's fine. Good really what it is. Here's something then then. Air all poor around here. That's the main thing. What you know me? You know? We're in the hallway or something. They're careful around me, the kinship between Amelia and Hayes could be deeper, but Hayes remains distant Emilia takes an interest in the Priscilla case and her amateur sleuthing turns valuable clues but Hayes too consumed with his own frustrations. Can't appreciate his wife's effort nor her skill. This perhaps is the biggest improvement of the whole series Amelia is nothing like the feebly drawn female characters of the first season. She has real purpose. The first two positions move like molasses on a cold morning. But it soon becomes clear that everyone in west finger, including Hayes, his wife, his partner, and the parents of the missing Priscilla children is starved for connection. Nevertheless, they keep erecting walls to divide themselves from each other in doing. So they repeatedly obstruct the best chances. They have to find out what happened to will. And Julie the production design reinforces west fingers grimness. The town is full of rusted out cars and ramshackle houses and everything exists in a palette of dull Browns and miserable. Grays I've seen five of this season's eight episodes. And the most compelling mystery of true detective is understanding why Hayes has withdrawn from the world around him. It's also about how that withdrawal is a response to larger societal forces including but not limited to racism at this point. I'm wondering can a man who spent decades most comfortable inside his own head for June of connections in time to solve the case taunted him, or will Alzheimer's doom him and the persona children. Forever. Psoriatic McDonald is the culture critic for the undefeated true detective returns to HBO. This Sunday on Mondays fresh air notes from a transplant surgeon, Dr Joshua mez, rich talks about the thrill of implanting, a new organ and changing a patient's life and about some operations that didn't go. So well, his new book is part memoir and part history of organ transplantation. It's called when death becomes life. Hope you can join us. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham with additional engineering support from Joyce Lieberman, and Jillian Herzfeld our associate producer for digital media is Molly seavy nesper. Theresa Madden directed today

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Today is the 20th Anniversary of Britney Spears' Debut Single '...Baby One More Time'

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Today is the 20th Anniversary of Britney Spears' Debut Single '...Baby One More Time'

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