17 Burst results for "50Minute"
"50minute" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"Yeah all the planning i we we would meet the anticipation we are meeting daily to practice and so over the last year we've given this talking about fifty different cities lessons now tour we're getting ready to finish that in australia but we wanted to take this talk this 45 50minute talk and we wanted the right aesthetics for we tried to film it a few times at different theaters and it looks great when you're at a theater but it doesn't look the same on film right us'll looks like you're in a theater so we found this beautiful abandon warehouse space but trying dallas with you i don't think i ever look good on film i just like trust mats creative i i will take so so when he says dude we him when he said uh a guys the theaters aren't going to work we have to do something different among guy at his at his duty tells me what it wasn't so much about us looking good or bad on film i think we're going to look pretty much the same i wa i think it just uh being a not appropriate but i can't think of another were beset appropriate appropriate is a good were appropriate for a message that what what is the the aesthetic that correlates with our simple living message him what we're trying to talk about and so we wanted to create our second documentary that really dies deep on our backstory and and really build it around this talk that we've been giving at where we talk about intentional living we talk about the the the downsides of consumerism and consumption in our own lives and and everything we went through in the past and then we talk about how do we move forward in a meaningful way how do we contribute beyond ourselves and we wanted the space that was right for that but the most ideal space was an abandoned warehouse enshrined.
"50minute" Discussed on Plz Advise
"Uh the so do you do you have three reasons why are qualified to give advice i have had a flock tuenup therapy okay good including i had therapy this morning which is probably why my eyes are bloodshot oh really i okay thank god you cryotherapy because there is nothing that are it's me out where the people that are like i don't cry and therapy mleague that's where you're supposed to do yeah well what do you have warned for yeah exactly like be vulnerable a you're not what are you there to impress her leg that zero turn a winds vander that you say that because i cried in the car after therapy you'd has iiin i i started to but it was kind of ending island i like bald my eyes out like three times after therapy and i was like damn like you were judge editing and so it is editing and i have another session coling at what i mean how i was up with this because a not to interrupt her two toto at a lawyer life but i especially in la like getting in the car to drive to therapy can be fifty minutes and what people don't tell you is these aides an hour an and hours actually 50minute so they kick you out ten minutes early and then you have to drive home and like it's really hard to get work done when link your just sort of getting there and they're like time's up uh is actually kind of feels like its own form of abuse than i'm just like dude i'm fucked up enough okay i can't be kicked out ear that so i don't go every week i go once a month for three hours three hours yeah but it's one lunch but it's one that mosmar i've never heard of that well i invented it.
"50minute" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"The some of the beta they had like three or four now in a challenges of a certain length um ilica the big near kanteh nearly near gantang near my should yeah that was the most recent one he's a high difficulty and you only have fifteen minutes to do it in a real game you have three lives rate and then you're done three two edged depends on the glass much different time limits interview asher limits uh for the most part it's usually 50minute timer i also heard that if you have a fourperson party the difficulty only skills up like two point five x while it would be soloists with ireland four hampshire it is i'm hearing ether difficulty does scale as players joining quit but i heard that actual numbers italy goes up to a certain point two fours on a lot easier than then wall you to my pedia harder than hannelore of the members yazdi but if you're doing like a twoplayer question i should like to bring in your your partner you palic os as well uh oh sally sale hey i yeah so there's like you know four slots you know that can be the to people with their ballack it was or in for actual people uh what if what i've seen of the game so far on he's an internet streams and and whatnot um i think they do a pretty good job of like on boarding people um and uh the quota quality of life improvements that i've seen so far are so good to veterans of this game and i think they make that you know that that that buried to entry um little bit easier to over them pressure could they also kind of confirm no switch apart without overs those kind of a random aside the la that offers are out there saying they would ordinance which plans at the moment like we made this for the big consoles and it would not be an easy realistic i would be interested in seeing what that game looks like an xbox one x now that period it will see them.
"50minute" Discussed on Filmspotting
"I am not sophisticated enough for that let's go ahead and reach into the pretty brimming film spotting hat and pick out the speaks leonard josh the winner is allesandro bellido day luna from miami florida legislations alessandro email feedback and film spotting dot net and we will set you up with your very own filled spotting tshirt and and i did not come to this on account of which the certain five curtaincall on tomkins of the natural once gumy amount of bologna i must say that stupid line one more time here we go another addition a masscre theater that's all i can say it's another addition because i am woefully unprepared for this part why am i prepared because we took a 50minute break for me to build up in a phlegm that's a pretty good hint and i guess will just go with that the connection to this week's show i don't even know i don't even know what the connection to this week's show is so i will be looking forward to listeners illuminating me are you ready yet up you started off so i'm gonna give you the action and action plan which lobby many he's a of the house dismay wiest who arrived eight not anymore not to choose a master looks after us now we don't need you it's leave now and never come back no leave now and never come back now and never come back and seen so we just did a scene from monty python basically that was my terrible or set your kylo robe could have been could also it's wbz's holiday party tonight there's a window to this they didn't invite us that's a good point they didn't invite us but they also watching what we did and we will never be invited now sam will cut this out of the radio version right nobody will actually have to listen to that nascar theater were sorry everyone of you know a movie we just massacred email the movies title along with your name and location to feedback at foam spotting dot net your deadline is monday january eight you've got almost a month to figure out what film we just destroyed the winner will be selected randomly from all the correct entries and announced in a couple of weeks to get official massacre theater rules.
"50minute" Discussed on Double Toasted
"At the the in and you don't want to give away witness of bowed yeah but it's like man i know i'm not telling you why i don't like this but i can't but yeah exactly trust me i don't know of you guys are seen the movie maybe we go to like a fifteen minute this muslim emails and do 50minute spoiler but that you know you guys have seen a yet so yeah it's a will maybe but that's a good idea may will do their later really something no seriously there are some things there are some things here all right this is front but hit the other only flowerbed is that there are some people who tune a more after they've seen the movie by people who have seen the movie the drop out in a leave so if you give them the weekend and you do a show now dedicated to a spoiler i don't think they would leave like is if it just as long as that little spoiler overly is up his music computer and don't look at the chat go to another paid or whatever is larger than the second at disappears the art is safe to turn back in i don't think people would jet because we've gone to the spoilers especially when we review went to movies narain worth think about then policy this is firm well shit some two the got a copy names overnight in mecca up your zones i n s to bed because i have to actually have your name for it because he's a berkeley center oh attack that word nameless person i note dans birthday was today he came here for the show and they it is what is that right they dare we'll come back to that which was person every birthday at stays on his gown so comfortable mer but sky really the breeze oh well is nice egyptian cotton bills like like islamic sleepless night in polyester.
"50minute" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"The quickly talk about the other ones hotel shoot out grimy pre pretty reason but it's violent and it was a violent time for movies that adt to 83 stretch like some of the death wishes were really violet and but the horror movies a horribly violent it's just like it was almost like i had it they just started pushing the envelope with how far they got that that scene is probably ten percent through violent yeah i mean i think did it also goes they may gain so crazy and so psychotic in this movie and he just like love shooting cops which is just not something that you would see a movies these days we hate yeah now you know like i'm a serial killer way just they're just a guy who is in jail hates cops yeah we're going to get to gains jack annecy eddie in prison there's a deleted seen that sometimes you can see if it's on regular tvr basic tv were that the stretch it out by a couple of minutes it's a netto tools big seeing that gets cut after he gets permission to go get the whatever it's this whole thing where they're walking and he's like the scans guys crazy i really rolling the dice here i'm going to see this guy in prison they were set it up that actually i'm surprised that cut it out of the movie it is straight straight 'cause they they have plenty of room to work commits such a short movie and they spent so much time in the beginning on the two shootouts year that is essentially a 50minute movie once you start with eddie murphy the bus boys apology seen when you talk about how the cuts clean and tight this move is that it's just a beautifully at added scene the music's great reggie you so happy wretches at a bar with woman i saw.
"50minute" Discussed on Pod Save America
"The 50minute at the uruguay heard i'm here sean you wanna make an enemy we're on question number two your window i love you i'm wearing your shirt it's good here we go nearly ten thousand college students in california's 21st district recently took advantage of a tax deduction that helps them pay off their student loans if their representative voted to eliminate that tax break and make students pay more for college who is there a member of congress is it a scrooge mcduck is it be scrooge mcduck's archnemesis the villain guam gold are gone gold is his name is it c david 'gelato or deal is what i john i said at the first sign don't you see the beauty of it you can fix it we're going to go with that or is it d a humanoid robot with a are the behaves exclusively by the rules of the game monopoly and so was it scrooge mcduck's response villain nemesis flint hard gone gold always desperate to keep up with scrooges that congressman david valid day oh or is it a humanoid robot based on the game but i remember brothers monopoly i'm really sad there's no all of the above but it see david gbala tale is valid jail western number three according to recent data one hundred thirty two thousand six hundred fifty six residents of california's thirty nine th district were able to use the state and local tax deduction so that they can save more of their income that went to things like schools and other government cost their representative there republican congressman ed royce voted to eliminate that deduction but what does that helped pay for is it.
"50minute" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"They act like we're true like travelling across country yeah or like we had to like get through some war to get here it's funny good six sometimes you think like i've made it i've made it to san diego in like an hour and fifty minutes when you go like really earlier really late at night you can buy megan like an hour fifty minutes ya sometimes coming from like the hills back to the west side of ugo during peak rush hour again taken our 50minute yep so that's basically like asking like you know like where you're coming from of skim up from san diego must have been crazy to hide yourselves them to stared at the back of a fucking ford explorer to us i've done san diego an hour and a half in like a madman hour and a half jesus renewed to lorean i was in the lower were you in the war mabor lore damn thing you want to make a movie a movie i keep adjusting this because i'm like what are you pick one dude hold it or put on stand side trucking cheeses careers here we go this is comfortable there you go now you're in the foreground you boys in the background if you're listening to this we also have the video of and petron so you can watch daddy i want if you want to watch we can do to males toxin themselves in my living room yeah dominant someone one time was like is is the are the pineapples like a like a thing now they're in all of coat he's videos i feel he moves around of purposely that's that's on where so now and if you're watching this the prisoner of that no it's totally unintential but now i think i'm gonna start doing is making a thing that is make it like a little like little satanic message yao dude are wide satanic but it just seems like that's the that's always hidden messages rose satanic yet yeah we should make new hidden messages like from kroger.
"50minute" Discussed on The Nerdist
"We we maintain independence and freedom is there's no pressure on the studio to decide if they're going to release the movie or not until the movie is finished if we force them to say you have to do away at least before we started that would force them to again have to make take away a lot of the chances that we take by not having that commitment upfront and we'll also than a movie like creep which has a sequel coming out soon creep too as is reaping oh that do plus the do plus yeah yeah brice right right right right and so is like is is crypt to going to have a theatrical now so creep same thing i wanted i when i first saw ii so i think it was a 20minute version or 50minute version of creep and i wanted a wide release for the first greda at then i actually when the movie was finished and we all watched it together we actually it's not like there are plenty times i've tried to get a wide released and haven't succeeded on that movie we all kind of agreed i think i think it's better suited for it was netflixing at the time i think action that's not true we screen the movie it's out by southwest we didn't get an offer for wide release i didn't push wide release them because i felt like the movie it's a little too quirky to have yet or three thousand screen release but then we got a great terrific deal from afflicts and were making the next one and everyone made a little bit of money and that's an and well you know we do that a lot we did this mike flanagan is an amazing filmmaker and he did the second we g movie for us which which i thought was was excellent um he did and we for us called hush hush hush hush.
"50minute" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"There are also paul's of medications empty packets of gripe flavor i'd and children's shoes at jim chances house they found books and magazines about conspiracies spas and politics alaka containing healthfoods embodiments hundreds of valium tablets other pills and syringes and falls of more fame stacks of lettuce addressed the dad we're all side like these will lead is written by paperless temple members to jim giant h led at began with a feel duty because the pages within screwed with hanwritten personal reflections confessions and selfanalysis the lead is filled with self hide overwhelming gilton fee and repressed bitterness the letters were an absolute submission to jim giants whether they're rod is intended it or not the candid content guide giants absolute power of people's mice personal thoughts and feelings pain new will and new had to take advantage of their vulnerabilities when the fbi investigator judge town they found a massive collection of audio cassette tapes that had hail is in the hours of recorded sumons healings find conversations radio communications speeches matings punishments daily news and hundreds of other events than aladdin authentic story of james talent form within the collection was a knee a 50minute cassettetype that the fbi libelled number accused zero for two and became known as the debt type snippets of which you heard during this episode it was initially believed that upwards of full 100 johnston residents modest caked into the jungle prior to or during the masoka search potty swept the jumbo to look for them relatives in america waited anxiously to hear if their loved ones had survived but as the body's iran the pavilion would looked at more closely a horrible discovery was made bodies had been hap has ably hauled on one in on a liar on lila and soon the missing four hundred were accounted for.
"50minute" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review
"Is she actually an actress kanshi act as she was a a very much known i think for being a key symptom of that morton the style of liberty where you can actually remain famous without seeming to really do anything exactly right she seemed to have sort of fame by association and i don't blame her for that it's sort of the way these things go in there is something about her as a figure similar this is who strikes me as a survivor she somebody who can cling to it in keep at and that's exactly right for this part you really feel and the players written in three acts it's very strangely structured play and again that's one of the things i love about it is it's it's is it's weirdness up the first act is basically a 50minute monologue by maggie were she's not talking to her husband she's talking out her husband and he kind of them lurches about the stage for the busted ankle and she a parades her misery her desperation her sexuality her this her that and it's very hard because you've got a shape it correctly what a lot of actresses do is they just career through it as if to say were at a stop at any minute i would i would get off the speeding train and actually cinema miller's the first person offseasons kathleen turner on broadway many years ago who just takes it in its own rhythms in its own time and by the end when she's talking about the martyrdom of maggie.
"50minute" Discussed on Rocket
"Should we talk about excellent awesome film baby my god oh my god oh my god so good i've seen our topic dr my god egger right of sean of the dead of hot fas hasn't been really the world scottbuilt powder food wow i mess that went up scott pilgrim versus the world heart titled to say he has a highest movie out and it's called baby driver and it's basically a our law our 50minute long music video which is everything that i ever wanted from film editing ever yeah he he is fantastic he is so skilled so it's a film about a minute getaway driver for a robbery crew who has tonight is so he's always will see new music and he's always driving in tune with the music and coordinating his getaway driving his absurdly you know cinematic getaway driving with the songs he's listening to and it's bowler it's so good i like immediately bought the soundtrack i haven't bought an album and the longest time but not all the songs were available and apple music or on spotify and some people did create playlist list recreated most of it but i was just like you know what you're going to get my twenty dollars and that's an appropriately retro move because the thing that he uses sylla's and all his music is a series of ipods yes it's so great it's it's like the best kinda throwback and there is a good reason for you see in the film not willing anything we kind of understand why he's using ipods throughout the film and it's really funny you know this summer between the the guardians the galaxies june bit at the end and and the the very ipod heavy baby driver it would like.
"50minute" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Wolf of the planet of the apes the return of sesar will be in your cinematic set thank you so much thank you great gracie may will be the thought while that was brutally short at tweets yasser yes of course everything is putin show today but the full 50minute interview with andy circus whose or goes completely fascinating on most subjects and will be part of the podcast which were valuable shortly after the end of the program not into knowledge they're always success is indeed is is that ross will review next week as it comes out next week but suffice to say andy sex's achievement in these three fell ninety haven't seen the third one but union on it is astonishing each day it's taken hit he's out form onto another level it is interesting that people have been talking about in a properly or recognizing the work that he's done and this year of this new form of acting in a he has been absolute pioneer of it and he's really really not his thuggery should really technically compliment as he said alleges ago he's at look it's just acting it's just acting wearing a different ghana costume so if you want more that that will be on the podcast you can listen that bit later on his quarter to one way here till one o'clock then the for wimbledon coverage on five life but there is a big spiderman movie outlook spiderman homecoming and the title sort of tells you what you need to know if logan was agreement character study posing as a superhero movie than spiderman homecoming is basically ferries bill is diet of with added webbing and in fact one of the very few so the false moments in is that this love it which look like various bureau and then there's a sequence when all yang here it's on hold these running through these gardens lothar that's really lovely 'cause they let's of ferries bulich gag.
"50minute" Discussed on Filmhaus
"What you will referencing earlier about s needing to make sure that all of the caches recouped you know that you're fitting into a business model that really is going to push the dollaes and that's going to affect the art and this is a classic debate did you know film is the pinnacle of where commerce and art meets like there really isn't anything else like it so my preference would be this if i could choose i would choose oats fitters away to make enough money with the online audience and keep doing what we're doing and scale up make 50minute versions of firebase make to our versions of firebase make sevenminute insane pieces make 10minute pieces and and the audience or undestands that it's an umbrella of kind of weird creativity from feature film scale down to like weird short stuff that's my preference threatening iran a 10year seemed like a like live your career has been proof of concept like you've made something really cool and you had studios and other people see and be like oh man like is awesome we should totally work with this this fella like do you see this as being still like in that kind of roma fruitful concept whereas if maybe there's a short they comes and then you will work with the studio like a like a universal to develop it or something like that or do you think that this more in ciller for you it's an interesting thing i mean i think it if if if icon give it to work directly with with the audience like the way that you guys interact with with everyone on funhouse right it's like you speak directly to them every body responds who suffer you're making your a one one relationship because put out whatever you want ona do the exact same slim so it's live how do you do that the problem is each the films as millions and millions of dollars so is it a calling card for hollywood where it's like i really like to make arba since which you are film not really look out wasn't the initial.
"50minute" Discussed on The MLB Show
"Number one joeyvottookayscheraaronjudge aright would have been a surprise before the season but is completely predictable now paulgoldschmidtof course perennial top of the list guy corysegar yes we all would have expected that and number five tyler flowers atlantabraves catcher in fact can just excerpts our g chat conversation when i brought this up earlier today i sit here that i had a 50minute conversation with tyler flowers some expletives followed from your end followed by why i said i'm writing about a usaid again why i said his 5th and this year you said though is that that's preposterous i with the top five you said i don't even know what tvs on is he still a brave i said yesso we're hearing from title for hours because he is very close to the top of the leaderboard and there are legitimate reasons for that now he is probably not actually the 5th best period baseball he will probably not be at the top of the leaderboard at the end of the season or in any future season but he has done a lot to deserve his place there and partially it's an offensive improvement so he has become a really good hitter for a catcher and this is a transformation that started last season you'll hear him talk about how this has happened but he has dramatically improved his contact rate he sitting for average now he used to be a lousy hitter he's been a very good hitter this year and a lot of it is attributable to his framing stats in his receiving stats and that's why he's close of the top of the baseball prospectus leaderboard because warped is the only one of these win value stats that factors in the catchers receiving skills so he does well bay baseball reference war fend grass were but they are not factoring in his framing so that's what vaults him to the top because he has been the best framing catcher in baseball this year according to the set so i talked to him i have an article on the ringercom about him that goes into more detail than maybe we will talk about but we're gonna just hear from him nowi'm gonna play an excerpt from our conversation and this will take up about half of the episode most likely and then you and i will reconvene to discuss the.
"50minute" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"The film was originally financed by aljazira america as a 50minute doc for tv now the team collected so much material that they ended up making a featurelength version but in the meantime you might remember that aljazeera america folded in 2016 and it took the rights to in transit with it so the film was never broadcast are released because it was owned by aljazira america the measles documentary center has been unsuccessfully trying to purchase rights to the film for over two years and that's why i can only play in these very limited specialized theatrical screenings and isn't available anywhere else yet so filmmakers take note make sure you're working out ownership and distribution rights with your 'financiers early in answering the question of what happens should their company fold in the meantime you can still see in transit through july six here new york at the metric graf downtown llard the measles documentary center in harlem and we'll hope that the team can get more screenings and get the film back very soon and will be available to all of us gino what aljazeera gains in keeping taking the rights to its grave it feels very mysterious um it's actually unlike river it's usually a case where no one knows where the rights remain so like if aljazeera probably set up an independent company to be eljazeera america they owned the rights they took that company presumably through bankruptcy to avoid paying debts so it probably caught up in a bankruptcy court situation where.
"50minute" Discussed on Probably Science
"I would be in there every day that would last one i did take a lot of naps than at pods gotta had you after being woken up at two a yeah it was like a pot it was like a it looked like it was like a you know a white pods pulled a thing over and then it play like spacey music with it'd be like a 50minute power than like lighten the opens up so yeah turns you put a timer on it like anz and you get up i want to these i'm picturing the thing that more gets into in more community would it is it looks like a like an egg yeah yet his dating myself that i know thing marketed immunity christ it's like it's been like the thing from the honeymoon is you know the colgate comedy allah that you you whole seen trained going into tunnel man men rotting in the profile could man run favored movie that's come up on the show before just the the the the ultimate hips to move just pretending bats your favorite naked man riding it just love fill favorites has so much better than show shanghai second shot when he's running naked he's in profile still unbelievable so uv light makes the skin tan the skin tan by causing damage this chain kicks off a chain of chemical reactions in the skin that ultimately leads to dock melanin the body's natural shot some block being made the drug is rubbed into the skin to skip the damage and kickstart the process of making mellman dr david fisher one of the research has told bbc news website it has a potent darkening effect is a dozen illustrate this i presume is on my skin but under the microscope is the real mental and then it really is activating the production of the pigment in a uv independent fashion and as as a picture hair of like that's definitely a dhaka patch skin it's a markedly different approach to fake tan which paints the skin without the protection from melanin sun beds which exposed the skin to uv light all pills that claim to boost madeleine production but still need uv light.