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"adam brody" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

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"adam brody" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Trope. Like that's just the way she acted, but she figured it out. And she had like the best character building throughout season one. And Marissa was the one that drove you the craziest because she just makes poor choices. She's like so oblivious to, I just don't understand how she's so dumb. But in the beginning, she's like, you really think that she has a shot and then time progresses and her dad and her stepmom break up and everything goes to shit. Did you feel like stuff was moving too fast? Because like we were talking on the prestige pod about everything that happens in the first, basically three episodes leading to Ryan staying in the house would have been a season one of an Amazon show, right? I think that's the beauty of the show. Another flaw that goes on in nowadays TV, it's like everything is so stretched out. Any minuscule plot is made into like a 10 episode series. Whereas like they had the craziest shit happen in the first two to three episodes. And that, like you said, could have been a whole season in itself. I think the quick moving pace is what keeps you entertained because it's such a simple plot line and such a simple TV show. If they weren't piling in all of these different things that are happening, you would lose interest pretty quick. All right, so Samurai Turn Pretty was a show. You really liked season one on Amazon. Yes. And then season two, you didn't like as much. No, that's not true. I liked it. It's just- Well, you like everything. I like everything. I'm not a good judge here. But what? So that's like the typical 2023 show, right? They have all kinds of different, they have same sex relationships. They have all types of characters, all types of backgrounds. And it's like, it's this montage of all these different people that are thrown together and that's the show. Yeah. I mean, the Samurai Turn Pretty, I love it because I read the books. That's really why I like it so much. But when I watch a show like the OC and then I try and compare it to the Samurai Turn Pretty, they're incomparable. Like the OC is just so much better for a million different reasons. The Samurai Turn Pretty almost is so sketched out. Everything that happens, the acting is so like apparent. It's just, you don't feel any chemistry between any of the characters. And maybe the OC had leverage there because Summer and Seth were dating in real life at the time, so their chemistry was definitely apparent. But shows nowadays, it's like everything is so scripted and they're just trying to shove in all of these different things in each, like all these different types of characters where it's like you're doing a little bit too much here. Well, Outer Banks is another one, right? Yeah, same thing where it's like there's too many different plot lines happening. They're trying to make it too intricate. It's like when you stick with a simple plot line and then you do it really well, that's a lot more entertaining than trying to follow a show that's just going haywire. Yeah, I wonder, I don't know when this went sideways. Yeah, I don't either. Because OC was basically the son of 90210, which was like the dominant teen drama in the 90s. But then mixed in a bunch of other elements from like 80s rom-com movie, the high school movies and stuff like that. Yeah, and it was kind of a collage of all those things. But I think the reason it worked over everything else was, and we talked about this on Prestige, but it brought you into this world, right? I don't know what, I don't really know anything about the OC and I don't know if the OC is even like the world that they did. But you felt like you were Ryan, you were like the proxy. You go in, I'm in Newport Beach now, what's going on here? They're having these fancy parties. They do a really good job of making you feel like the character. Because when we were watching the show, I almost felt like I was being belittled by Luke when Ryan entered that party. It's like I kind of felt shameful watching it because you are like so in such an alliance with every character because they really show you every piece of them. That's what TV doesn't do nowadays where it's like you don't feel connected to any character in any show at all. Stranger Things had that somewhat, right? Stranger Things is one of the only shows as of late that makes you feel like you're entering a world and that you're really connected, which is why I love it so much. But I feel like we should be able to do Simple TV right. Like Simple TV is just not done correctly anymore. I don't know what happened, but movies like How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and 13 Going on 30, it's like they really do a great, I don't know if actors were just better back then, but they just really do a great job of making you feel like a part of it. Well, that's why you like the blended and just go with the movies. And Adam Sandler because he's a personable guy, but I don't know what's going on with all these TV shows. They can really do them right. Like they have the basis. It's just the execution's bad. So you want a premise and then like four characters that you like and you're in some sort of spot and you're good to go. And Stranger Things can even be said to be a little extra with all the stuff that they try and throw in there, but they do it so well that it doesn't even matter because there's like the overlying plot line of some of the characters that are in love with each other, like Elle and Mike, and they kind of override everything else. It's a plot line in itself as well as them trying to fight all the monsters from the upside down. But shows just don't, they don't know how to balance anymore. To be fair, so people don't think you're a dumb ass. You also love Euphoria, which is like an incredibly complicated show and it's completely different than any of these shows. I'm talking about like OC types of shows that just don't do it right. Because Euphoria is a whole different thing in itself. But I wonder like OC, I did feel that the OC felt like in the early mid 2000s, it was capturing some sort of rich California culture, at least a little bit. Like the party culture, right? It does everything correctly. That's why I like it so much because I'm like, this is exactly how it is. And nowadays it's different because everyone tries to commercialize everything that we do. Like when you go to a party, you're paying at the front door, there's people taking pictures. Like it's not as wholesome. That's in LA, I don't know if that's everywhere. OC is pretty LA. Yeah. But it's just like it captures this wholesome moment right before everything changed and technology took over of like people just interacting and teenagers dealing with teenager stuff. And it feels like a cleanse, like a wholesome experience to watch because I wish that my teenage years were like that more. You wish they were more like the OC? I don't wish they were like that, but I liked the vibe of it. You would have settled for more like the 90210 where there was like a peach pit to go to every day and people had mega burgers. Yeah, just like the simple life that they live where it's like they're oblivious to every other bad thing going on in the world. It's like that doesn't matter. Life isn't simple anymore. The technology is taking over everything. And COVID. Your generation is so aware of every single thing now. Yeah. Probably for better or mostly worse. Yeah. But OC is just wholesome. I love it. I really do. No phones? Like did that jump out at you? Well, they do use phones every now and then. Right, but not like now. Yeah, it's so apparent that it's just different. It's like there's a whole different energy because you never know what your plans are gonna be in the OC. It's like by word of mouth or you hear what's going on and then like you follow that. It's like not everything is so planned out. Like life feels so planned out nowadays. It's like you know exactly what you're doing, where you're going, how it's going to go, where everyone else is. It's like there's no mystery anymore, which is kind of what's so special about the OC. So your favorite episodes, Tijuana. Wanna talk about that one? Yeah, let's talk about Tijuana. Tijuana. That was great. Did you ever have friends that went to Mexico and didn't tell their parents? No, absolutely not. My friends are pretty wary, very cautious. I'm not so cautious. I'd probably be the friend that would go, but like what? Have you ever heard of anyone doing that? No, never. But that episode is fantastic from beginning to end where Summer and Seth are having their arguments all the way through, crash the car, have to stay in some shitty motel in Tijuana. And somehow Summer and Marissa didn't share a bed and decided to sleep with the boys. Seth just paired off with Summer and Marissa paired off with Ryan. It's like you easily could have shared a bed, especially because Marissa's in a fake relationship, which she soon finds out she's getting cheated on. But needless to say, they didn't have to do that. There's just so many funny things here that they just do and we just let it happen because it's the OC. Did you notice how the music about halfway through the season, the music became super important, not the theme song, but just the music from that era? Because we did a piece on The Ringer about they hired kind of the music coordinator after the first seven. Oh, really? Because they knew that it was actually getting real now and they're like, this is successful. Well, and all these bands from that era are all popping in there leading to the Rooney episode, which was pretty famous. Luke's like, Rooney! And then season two, like The Killers and The Watchmen. Rest in peace, Luke's character, by the way. I don't know why they had to ruin him, but that was probably the saddest part of the show for me. Well, that was one of the weird things about the OC. We talked about how slow everything goes now with your generation of TV shows. They were racing through plots and characters to the point that they had nowhere to go with Luke. 19 episodes in, Luke was a good actor and a good character. He totally could have kept that persona up and they just took away all of his guns and now he's just this guy that's a part of their friend group. I felt like towards the end of season one, it was no longer a show where we were looking at the entire OC where it's like that hooker character that was trying to get with Luke when Marissa wasn't there, Holly. Hooker character. All of Marissa and Summer's other friends, all these other elements were a part of the show where they'd be going to these parties and then everything zeroed in on the center four characters towards the end of season one, which I kind of missed it being the entire spectacle rather than just the four of them. I agree with you. I think they probably didn't have enough money to have that many characters. Because one of the big mistakes they made, they kind of botched the Anna character who you hated. Oh, I hated her. But it was a good character. I actually liked her towards the end. But they botched her and Luke and then they replaced them at the start of the second season with the redhead who turns out to be Caleb's illegitimate daughter. Yeah, she was like, what's going on there? And then the comic book guy who becomes sus. Oh yeah, Summer's new boyfriend. Yeah, he was kind of like handsomer Seth or just like, I don't know. Yeah, whatever it is. And then the Olivia Wilde character who's actually great. That was my favorite character. Which character is that? The one who worked at the bait shop. The one that got pregnant with Ryan's baby? No, no, no, the one... Because she's my least favorite character. We were about to throw hands. And we don't even know... She ruined that whole end of that season for me. Her and all of her character. That was the other one. Yeah, oh my God. Marissa, I almost threw something at the TV screen because I was watching that. I've had a boy... I've been in relationships before. I've still sort of been one, but I know how it is having a boyfriend and like Marissa is just crossing every single line and then not being apologetic whatsoever. And I'm watching this like, how is this possible? How is she getting mad at Ryan for this guy that she just met that she's trying to take under her wing for some reason, sleeping over at his house? Like she knows deep down that he has some malicious plan towards her and she's still like choosing him over Ryan. Like that whole plot just made me really angry. It was funny knowing that plot was coming, knowing you didn't know about it. And that Oliver character was one of the most polarizing characters of all time. Oh my God, he's so hateful. That guy's a great actor. He was truly fantastic in that role. But it was just like another moment where it's like, how is Marissa so oblivious? But that's the thing with shows like that from that era. They had so many episodes. I mean, they had 27 episodes for a season. Yeah, and they're long episodes. They're like an hour at least. So they have to come up with like, all right, we need to do something for the next three. They did a great job at it. I mean, it made me super angry. Like they did that. No, Oliver's bad. Don't defend the Oliver character. I hate Oliver, but he was a good actor. And then they threw that dumb pregnancy thing. Oh, that was the worst. Like honestly, they did not have to, there were so many plot holes there. It's like, she didn't get a paternity test. God knows if this is Ryan's baby or her other abusive ex-boyfriend. But it's like, then he drops everything. He drops this new amazing life that he has to go be with her. And she's angry with him for not coming to one doctor's appointment when he's been to every single other one. He's busting his ass at the construction site. It's like, he had a great life and she kind of pulled him back out of it and then was angry at him for not, like being super stoked to be a father at 17. It was like, what's going on here? Yeah, that wasn't great. Respect to the team for making her tell him that the baby died. When you're writing that many episodes and then you're like, all right, let's go down this road. And then you kind of can't unwind it once you start. Yeah, because it added a whole dark element to the show where it's like, this show is just an easy watch where it's dark elements, but they're not so dark. You know what I'm saying? Well, I'll tell you this. It did lead to the great season finale of the Jeff Buckley song. Oh, that was fantastic. That's one of the best. Oh, so great. Best montage. Seth just sailing along the ocean in probably the smallest sailboat I've ever seen. I don't know how he didn't capsize. Actually, he ended up capsizing. I think he did. He did, before he got to Oregon. But that was fantastic. Him standing up, looking solemnly. It was great. Everything about that finale was fantastic. I also liked the parent characters, which as I watched it this time around, I identified more with the parent side, obviously, than the kid's side. I was kind of in between the first time around, but I thought they did a really good job with the Coens, which as you keep watching, you'll be mad about what happens with them. But they were a really good kind of 21st century married couple that I don't feel like they try to do stuff like that anymore. No, they showed that they loved each other too, which was nice. That it's like they really had a family dynamic. It's like every time Marissa would sporadically show up to their house to see Ryan in the morning, and they'd be crowded around the counter eating bagels. It's like a bunch of wholesome family moments where it's like they probably didn't exist that much. But I would say we're a pretty wholesome, happy family, but not a lot of families are like that. So it's kind of nice to see that they put that on television. I think my favorite episodes in the rewatch, other than the first seven, were the Thanksgiving episode. I mean, Seth is just fantastic in that. He's so great. His humor is just the best. He's so funny and dry. His dry humor is great. I really love that character. We had Adam Seppenwald, who's a really respected TV writer, talking about, because he's writing a book. There's this book that's coming out about the OC. And the question was, why didn't Adam Brody, the guy who played Seth, become like a massive actor? And one of the reasons was they filmed so many episodes that first season, he didn't have time to go film a movie and leverage his fame. He was just immediately doing season two. It kind of missed the window. That was like a mess-up by his agent. Well, now, in the 2020s- Nowadays, he would have been two episodes in, and there would have been a movie already that he was starring in. He would have been like Jacob Elordi. Yeah, he would have been doing whatever that thing was. He was great. He's a great actor. But he's married to the lady that played, what's her name in Gossip Girl, right? Leighton Meester. Yeah, she's super cute. She kind of looks like Summer. Some drama there. So, I thought that episode was great, and I love the episode where they go to the valley, that show, The Valley, when they hang out with the lead guy. Oh, yeah, with Paris Hilton. When Paris Hilton was hitting on Seth, as if that could ever, ever happen, it's like he's the youngest looking guy in this club, and she's going to walk up to him, and then Summer's gonna get mad and pull him away. There's no way that'd be happening. He'd be working on that relationship for the next however many hours because they're there. And then Marissa sneaking back into the club after they're kicked out, pretending like Ryan's a main character or whatever. I mean, everything about that episode is perfect. It's very meta. You know what meta means, right? No, I don't. Meta means when a show like that, where they're making fun of themselves with the plot. So, they use that valley thing. That's respectable. Yeah, they use the valley thing, and it's a lot of stuff like the actors talking about, oh, I heard he always improvises, because they're basically saying that because the guy who played Seth was famous for like he would go off the script and drive everyone crazy and do lines. So, there was a lot of like hidden stuff about the actual show in that show. It's just really smart. I like the Vegas episode too, because that was kind of that era when Vegas was becoming a thing.

"adam brody" Discussed on National Day Calendar

National Day Calendar

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"adam brody" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"This episode is sponsored by FX's fleischman is in trouble. Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Claire Danes, Lizzy Caplan, and Adam Brody. The drama tells the story of recently divorced Toby fleischman, who dives into the world of app based dating. With the kind of success he never had in his youth. Then, his ex-wife disappears. Leaving him with their two children and no hint of her return. Affects his fleischman is in trouble. Now streaming only on Hulu. Welcome to November 21st, 2020 two in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate stepping up our stuffing and a royal cookie. This episode is brought to you by smart food. What makes smart food so smart? It's air pop popcorn, tossed in white Cheddar cheese, only 70 calories per cup. A notorious black bag of popcorn deliciousness. You are what you eat. Welcome to the smart club. Shop now at snacks dot com. I've always wondered why we celebrate national stuffing day ahead of Thanksgiving. Marlo. Yeah. Well, I think I have the answer. It's never too early to plan the big meal. At my house, the stuffing is made from homemade rolls and I start making them at like a day in advance. So that smell of fresh bread. It's an appetizer all by itself. But I had like onions and celery and poultry herbs and broccoli. It's pretty much the favorite side dish in our House. Do you guys have a favorite recipe? Oh man, ours is cornbread with sausage and apricots and it kicks your butt. Wait, it's not like a throwdown John. Marla why are you gonna be the judge on it? All right, just bring gravy, I'm good. On national stuffing day, give a new recipe a whirl and see what lens is a new favorite tradition. Cookies usually come in the standard shapes of rounder squares, but only one kind is synonymous with the human form. The gingerbread man. So how did this cute little cookie come to be? Surprisingly, we have Queen Elizabeth I to thank for that. In preparation for a certain royal banquet, she instructed her baker to decorate the gingerbread to look like the world leaders and dignitaries in attendance. This was so popular that the idea made its way to the masses, and with that, a tradition was born. Now that's food for that. A national gingerbread cookie day run run as fast as you can and catch one of these tasty little creations. That's just intimidating. I'm going to eat you. I'm going to invade your country, so off with your head. So do we make our gingerbread cookies to look like politicians nowadays? Oh, man. No. That's a great idea. I wouldn't start a war. I think their legs. I'm Hannah de vere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

"adam brody" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

Six Degrees of WTF

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

"Until i taught me with snakes. Exactly there's just that sense of there's one near me okay. Number eight the strangers. Oh my god right when fucked me up because i am terrified of dirt. Chew things really terrified. I used to be three because he used to be the sambas like anything zombie. But i think the walking dead right now. I feel like. I'm pretty prepared for zombie apocalypse but home invasions and as i mentioned with the texas chainsaw massacre this irrational fear of my car breaking down along road and some backwoods person coming in trying to pick me up and then kill me and where my skin the strangers. I just thought so. It was released in two thousand eight. I just thought this time last year because it was because of that. Because i was like. I know that that there's no sense in the killing. Like i know that kind of the whole premise of it is it's senseless and then terrifies me. Because you know they say like always you know as a woman. I constantly like make eye contact with people. And i always want to let people know if i were to get mugged or something i would immediately start talking about my children. I'd give them my name. Make curling become a person to them and in this movie chested not matter right and of course it had scott speed men whom i just adored on felicity. That's right. Oh my god tyler tyler. When she asked him why us and then she was like because your home yes dot. That really really messed me up. I did not yet know. God if i me my next what am i on number. Seven is paranormal activity. That i'm so scared of what happens when i go to sleep. I used to think that my stuffed animals came alive. After i'd go sleep. And so i would always sleep with the one that i thought was the weakest because i wanted to protect them so i truly and i mean when i say that like in my childhood i'm talking like three teenage years like this is just what i believed so toy story really did a number on me i would live with number one horror movie but that's i would do that and so i'm so scared of like i've thought before like oh i should just like film all night to see what i do in my sleep. 'cause i know i've talked to my sleep. I go walking sometimes. This was so terrifying to me. Like i just in case. Someone doesn't know a paranormal activity. Is i looked up the opposites in imdb. So it's after moving into a suburban home. A couple becomes increasingly disturbed by nightly demonic presence. So the the fact that these things are happening at night it's demonic and it's being recorded and like there are some moments like when she just gets up and it has the time stamps and she just stands over him and watches him for like hours scared. The shit out of me is pretty creepy. Oh it must be creepy. Did i ever tell you how so my grandmother gave me a howdy doody doll. That was a doll. When i was a kid cope and i yep i was scared and there was this there. Was this movie. Where there is a ventriloquist. I think he was a magician and his doll. I don't know if i was possessed. And it came to live and was talking to him. I saw that on a late night. Horror movie you know after hours way too late and i had that howdy doody doll in my room. I beat the shit out of that. Yes i was like. If he's possessed. I'm gonna beat the demon out of him so when care. Kill me him asleep. I never thought to kick the ass out of all of my other stuffed animals. I just left with one to protect it. I'm like i'm going to show you motherfucker. I am the dominant one. That is fantastic. Kate number six. We're going back to fantastic eighty slasher movie that i was just obsessed with the nightmare announced street. See those did not scare me. I loved the movies. They didn't scare me though. I would wake up sometimes with scratches on my arms. It'd be like freddie. Is you now i this. Is i blame this movie on. And this is where my insomnia began. Was this movie. My brother made me watch this movie back. When i mean i i was born in seventy eight. This came out in nineteen eighty-four soon as it was available on video dots. When my brother made me watch it he would babysit me and he would make me sit in a chair in front of the tv. And if i moved he would flick a lit match at the. Don't we're best friends now. But that is how i want. You suppose we've graduated now to more severe punishment but that is what like. That's how i watched this movie. I became so obsessed with this movie. Just like i did with sharks. I mean that's what that my. I think it was my twelfth birthday. It was either my eleventh or twelfth birthday. We had a nightmare on meadow lake party. My mom printed out the side on like the dot matrix printer. We had a giant banner. That said nightmare meadow lake and we watched the first two movies. That was my birthday now. I have a daughter twelve right now. I would not even think if she was like mom. I wanna have a candyman movie. I'd be like hi my mom. I'm like wouldn't nightmare on meadow like she's like up. Read out the sign whenever you want darling. That movie messed with me it seriously. I could not sleep. I could not sleep. And that was a year where i never took a bath because remember i showered. It was pre psycho. There was like no bath and then a year where i should probably only have taken a bath but anyway number five is the ring. See okay that. Keep going up from you you do. But that's what i did you so it's welcome. You're fine. that movie okay. Came out in two thousand and two. A journalist must investigate a mysterious videotape which seems to cause the death of anyone one week to the day after they view it naomi. Watts does a really great american accent. I was very pleased after that. Move to find out. She was australian. And then we have a young adam brody and it as male t. number one but not even like oh i know but it was that first death that really scarves that wasn't an amber tamblyn. Yes it was just me when was pretty messed up. Get very scared. Still watching it. I do not enjoy watching that all right number. Four movie from nineteen eighty most would say this is more of a psychological thriller but holy shed the shining. Yes yup yup. I typically was that. When i still do not i mean if i walked down a hall and a hotel and if i have to turn a corner can damn well bet like.

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"adam brody" Discussed on Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Bachelor Party

"Like greg. I'm so suspicious of greg. i can't get there I thought who did so. Good on his one on one and then like sense. Then i'm like i don't really get you. There's nothing there and there's no there there from. He's the kind of guy that if your friend was dating him you like. How do you break like. There's nothing wrong with him. But like how do you break it to your friend like this is just not like this like all. Your friends are married. You can't but otherwise you're you're gonna do what they want to do. So you're kinda dislike all right. There's nothing wrong just going to be along for this ride. But then no one's gonna wanna hang out with katie and greg. They're not going to have a lot of couple of france because he's going to be so boring that like the in the couple's the guys are like maybe suck talking to greg. What are we gonna talk about and just store up talking points like it's just so boring scholley for heads Gone somewhere in written in your notes. Like things i can talk about I definitely prepared. I prepare talking points when i feel like. It's going to be awkward before and like okay could bring up this. I could survival strategy sometimes social situations so yeah probably but also part of is like. Is this really who he is. I don't know. I don't think so. I think he's like just trying to win. I really do. I feel like i don't think it's wrong reasons thing but i just feel like greg is into her. Wanted to work out but this happened stating you're just like i want this to work out just because like for the pride right and i think that's where out greg. Yeah for sure and you don't want to throw in the towel once you've put in a lot of energy. He's getting by that. She likes him being the like. Actually look i noticed you really yourself. And he's like okay. That makes her notice being i this cornell time i think she wants to know motive guidelines take care of kind of. That's i do. I think. I think blake gifts for that in spain. Yeah i don't think address says now. I think he's like he's also really fun. They just seemed like really good buddies. Her andros who who have good chemistry. But i don't see a long-term so who is your top two cause we're like halfway katie. This is week four. I'm curious to see what happens. No production was cut short. I think it was before only five Some curious to see what happens. Production was cut short. But who i think's in a winner. Who's my favorite. Oh i'm still going with greg. I just feel like he's got it in the bag for. Who thinks gonna win. Yeah from hurting. When he's not major is michael da. No question Do you see anything in the extremely long trailer for the rest of the season that you're like. Oh this looks interesting. tell me more I think michalis on his own spending this kid south exit yeah. That'd be the classy thing for him to do. And i can totally get why that would suck with katie. I think that she was going to pick him for small. Obviously like if he does leave. So i think pick him anyways. No but i think would be really hard to be like. He's definitely my top three. So like how. Do i know if i wind up victim and now i'm thinking someone just because they're the ones that are that are left in not because i want wanna pick. Yeah yeah it would if someone self eliminates dislike why like i understand he has even. If it's michael. I understand he's assigned but like if you really cared like if i was better like why wouldn't you just stay thank you. It opens the door to a lot of self doubt. Yeah i felt that way. Kind of with a serena on matt susan. It seemed like matt really liked her. She was one of the few people that i was like. I think they actually have chemistry. I think it was probably between serena and rachel to win and so when she south exited he liked fully jumped on. Yeah the rachel trade awesome matt seems the kind of guy who would who would respond to someone who's like i'm good. He'd just be like oh now now now now and then that would like thrown for a loop. So yeah so i i. I think that happens And that seems to like shake up the whole house who when tasteless like why are you here. Someone came and knocked on her door. I have no idea who that is. I think it's blake because like he has like the relationship potato where he's like you know. He knew her previously from her season. So i bet that's blake That's my guess. No one else would really make sense because don't also knows statia but they put it like right after. They showed someone knocking on katie storage. You were the last person. I thought was going to be here and i was like. Who's that. I don't know i don't know i i. I can't. i can't really tell what exactly she wants. She wants to be loved. And i think she wants a good connection but so far i really know what katie's typists 'cause all over the map with these guys which is cool like you know maybe he doesn't have a type. I can't tell the three people. We think she likes the most andrew. Ask greg michael and maybe maybe throw connor in there. I'm not sure cutter's not for me but like let's throw connor in there like couldn't beat. They're literally like the four corners of a square totally. They're all so different. Yeah i think maybe she doesn't. She totally doesn't know yet. Yeah interesting i also you know it just to see that she wanted to actually be engaged to get married or is this for fun right right right. Well we'll we'll see I'm looking. I'm looking more at the rest of the season. I feel like it's heating up. Yeah this episode find brought me back in before i was kind of like. Where's this going. Yeah i hear you i feel. Mis pretty good. But i mostly happy for you. Kelly people like blake to choose. Josie really like are coming back. It's all it's all coming together. It's your hate is coming together to quickly. 'cause i'm also like waist-deep on a scripted television show some trying to balance Start up a net flex. Oh i watch that. So good. And i'm a big. I don't know if you guys watched the oc back in the day course What's the guy's name. Adam brody adam brody. He's in it and i just think yes. I think i love his character okay. Alex dot com on a lot. I mean i. I loved the oc. I was completely obsessed with that. Like and i had never been to california when i was watching it hang. I have rewatch the. Oc like three times. Probably in my lifetime. I used to make all my brothers watched it with me when we were younger. It was like the one show that i could get them to buy in on being the only girl and i just like adams like quirkiness. Yeah i mean he's the massey lena's quirkiness by the way. Five courtney courtney alad. Apparently he something happens with courtney which reading it to see. Because i'm so proud of you or something like that. I don't know what that was about. I also this episode was like you know what it's not a bad guy kind like i wish. I hope he finds love soon. He seems very rational and he can't help that. His name spelled with a q. And they weird. The gave him like random interview. Time for someone who like never had time with. We never saw him with katie. But they would give him. I'm like really good guy. Production probably respectful. Yeah yeah totally totally Well we'll see what happens. Katie think katie halley. Thank you so much. I'll be back on monday and we'll be back next thursday. Thanks for listening. I think so much to isaiah blakely for producing this episode and have a great weekend..

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"adam brody" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

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"adam brody" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"I'm happy to talk about this again. I'm happy to cause. Clearly i've talked about. We talked about the candy guy already to and someone. Our friends even was like you've taught cry. You've talked about this guy already do. Yeah well. I did it. Which says a lot so the arenas cannon. She's the medlar queen if you saw the medlar thousand times like we did which by the way the medlar is on net flicks amazon one of them. The meddler is streaming recently started streaming. So if you haven't seen the medlar it's lawrence ghaffari is greatest movie. Well she's got a lot of great she direct. We were big fans of the medlar and then she went onto frigging direct hustlers that we call a one two punch. We'll have to say standing. Always pay off like usually. Don't get the bang for your buck in terms of lying. You're like This person underdog or lesser known. I choose to stand. They are might there my guy you know whatever but we were like laurien rules. The meddlers one of the best movies of the year and then very soon after she did the hustler. I mean ostler's the hustle. That's like really satisfied. Gotta say thank totally. Yeah and also. If you're a true conspiracy theorist you know that these two have been together for a long time and you might suspect that lorena had a little hand in creating eighth grade. 'cause you're like. How did marie this incredible movie about an eighth grade girl. Wow when for a grown man to do my wonder who could have. Maybe helped him. I wonder he could've creative pencils screenwriter and director. I don't. I don't know i'm not saying that. Strew experienced eighth grade as a young girl. And who's just like one of the most talented people out there working. I don't know. I don't know i don't know. And also adam brody if you watch the mettler you'll realize that the medlar which is probably maybe perhaps pseudo autobiographical versus playing lorene safari type. Who is getting over. The breakup between herself and a famous actor played by i think. Isn't it like jason ritter. Yep playing an adam brody type anyway. All these things will be clear to you if you watch them which is now streaming on netflixif. This is not an ad for the medlar or netflix. It's just a reminder that we've talked about this before but it's nice because now it's like you really think both lauren and bo are really. They really do have a lot in common in terms of like their creative output. I mean he's out here doing like release sincere earnest autobiographical work. She also put out a whole movie that is essentially assira in earnest autobiographical work clearly. These to have a lot in common. I watched part of his special a half to say. It's not for me. I really want to be honest. I he liked it not for me not a lot lot of songs you can tell this guy gotta start on youtube and i know he's a beings early youtube or to a lot of people go way back with him which i think is so fascinating because he really like broke through. It's hard to do in a really way. we're in a way that is now fully respected critically. 'cause eighth grade was such a such a great movie and this special is really interesting. You know that's the thing about his role in promising and woman that i think is right. Oh and very smart. Pdf piece of casting. Because he's definitely that type who seems too good to be true where you're constantly waiting for the other up and i think he must be very aware of that. That's what makes character work play. Also think maybe that's his he's got that like almost unintentional almost like genetic good guy vibe even though a little john mullany if you ask me like where it's like their stuff lurking but if you were just to see him from the from the front you might not assume like. He's very good red herring in terms of like that type of thing. It's funny that you know who's also in promising young women. Adam road adam. Brody is one of the skis guys from the beginning. Who you kind of know immediately is gonna turn because if you recall in the in the opening scene of promising young woman. There's these like shitty guys and he's kind of like i'm the good one i'm gonna take her home in life. He's like absolutely not i know. Because that's adam brody and he's definitely gonna turn league thing and he does and that's interesting. That's an interesting connection that's spoiler that's like the theses of promising a woman. There are all the bad one thing. They're all that one. And i think is special is like light it's like music and its lighthearted but it's also very very very dark and that's i kind of think what he's not like his own mental health. It's about like the sadness of solitude at the. I mean i've only watched you watched half of it. I've watched like twenty minutes of it. I was like i read a. I read a review of it and i was interested in kind of like what people were loving about it and it was like oh i totally understand what struck people. It's like songs that are at at the from the front. A ken nice cheery funny songs but actually about like really dark. Thanks i feel like i would have watched. The whole thing had to come out like right in the deep end of the pandemic moving on a little bit right and so it's sort of like getting break. Things are looking good me and my friends and my family are vaccinated like to return to this. I get it. A lot of people are interested in work that reflects upon the last year and a lot. 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"adam brody" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"Not wrong with that you know it's like what do you do on. Are you putting these things at number one. So people will watch them. Because everyone's already watched what's truly number one and we need more. I mean i don't know it's weird. It's like almost like a tactic like they're putting things on the top ten list. That aren't really in the top dead. But they just like are trying to get people to watch stuff kind of start. So i started actually started startup. Plane it's like this. The show is so old. But it's and it's on this like top ten lists all of a sudden. Did they just put it there. Because everyone's watched everything else and they're just trying to give you something that you think is new. Yes and i think that netflix. You just recently acquired the rights for. It's like they didn't have it before so it's noon to net flicks. It's right you know. Did you like start up though. I love okay cool. I'm like halfway through season one. Here's the thing. it is really violent. Like i wasn't prepared for that. Don't think and and it's funny because it's like adam brody and his thing like i just don't picture him having this like show you know what i mean. It's pretty violent and Stuff but i do love it. It's really like he as it is about cryptocurrency. Obviously because that's that startup that they're trying to do but like it's it's really just more of like like an action show right mobs involved and yeah and like bad be i is that guy. What's his name in real life. The fbi agent martin freeman yea. What else does he been. He's been in so much bilbo in the hobbit like he. Oh that's right that's right. He also i think. He's like a classically trained shakespearean actor from like london. The real deal fucking holyfield. he's in black panther. He's in idei all the hobbits. He plays dr watson and sherlock entree. He's in captain america's civil war like he is been in some use in fargo fans. That's the hallmark of early. Good actors when you fucking hate them on jay eight. Yeah speaking of like. I know these are old. But i'm running out of things to watch. I started watching lost in space. I never watched that. So it's a remake right. It was a popular show like in like our parents era. they've now recreated and so it came out in two thousand eighteen so we are old on it. Here's the tag after crash landing on an alien planet. The robinson family fight against all odds to survive and escape but they're surrounded by hidden dangers lost in space basically. I don't know if you ever like if you watch the original one. This one's a little bit different but The robinsons are just like a normal family. The moms like super smart. Dad's like army guy. All the kids are like really really smart. And they're on this like transport ship to a different world..

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"adam brody" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"And i don't know this deep sort of helplessness in cynicism that this movie he seems interested in exploring. Let's a couch it in this ending. It just doesn't work permit. I'm not even talking about the fact that the protagonists is killed particularly unpleasant fashion. I'm more talking about the very end with these emoji. The emoji ending. It's kind of like what are we doing here. You think the sundance crowd just like went on their feet when they saw that winky emoji cuts to credits and they were like what it crawled under my. It feels like the again. There's many ways this could have been approached but if your aim was to really drive home. This sort of helplessness and lack of agency. Wouldn't you have just ended it at the wedding without this sort of posthumous retribution undercuts. Basically everything you're doing not to mention to women have to die for a man to potentially get arrested. Rami not arrested. But like we don't know what's going to happen to him but the whole film goes into like this whole thing about how like the criminal. Justice system is just so flawed. Like with it when it comes to retribution for women because her friend kills herself. And there's like this whole case in all the legal systems completely fail her and then when she goes on this avenging angel suicide mission. It's like she's. I don't know somehow. Forgiven how the legal system works in is is hoping that that will come through for her after her death. Even though it's already failed her best friend. I mean this is a movie that could just be fundamentally approved by having carey mulligan. Kill people for for two hours. I it opens up with this weird little bait and switch where she's brought brought back to adam brody a place and he starts to go down her and she liked snaps out of her stupor and she he realizes she sober. And then it cuts to her walking down the street and the cameras tilting up on her in like there's what looks like blood dripping down her leg in her fingers and i thought oh the things got messy but it's just. She's eating like a jelly donut or something and then let later on. We find out. Oh she's not even killing anybody. She's just talking to them after they get called out and then she leaves and that's that's the whole movie. It's it's completely bloodless until the very end where the only violence is inflicted on her Yup that's i mean. That's pretty much to be fair. I was more disturbed by the jelly. Just randomly strewn everywhere i mean. Who's gonna fuck adult like that. It's disgusting come on forgiving part of the home exactly exactly just letting some jelly donuts scored all of your leg at absolute monster. Yeah it's so and also like we should say that like the only other people who kinda get hurt are two other women is. She has her her best friend from the school. Eros allison brie. She made like confronts her in a restaurant and then makes her roofing her and convinces her that she may have also been raped in a hotel room. And then she goes and sees the dean of the college Connie britton and then like convinces her that her daughter was just picked up by some guys older than hearner currently having her way with her but then she quickly reveals those to be to be fake. As kind of like ha ha. Now you know how it feels. It's called girl power and that was pretty unsettling those.

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"adam brody" Discussed on South Asian Stories

South Asian Stories

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on South Asian Stories

"The tv show is because when i was in high school the show was was out but in india. We didn't get it on tv so someone in lie this by this. I was in with the cool kids. Because i've done play and i remember the summer. Ib started hanging out with them. They hand me the box for the first season because someone so parents are gone to america and got dvd. And that's how everyone in our school had watched the oc and we were upset. We were like is this high school like completely crazy. This cool group was like you gotta watch this. We listen to the music from the show. We like talk it all the time. So i watched the for season and was obsessed. And then i was very lost. My identity like who am. I am one of the coupons. Like secure. Like the avian seth cohen like. Cool like. that's cool. Like he's like you know the i love that character so i just became obsessed with that show and then i had this very my own. Cool moment where you know. You've imagine like we've been watching. These have been watching the same twenty four episodes for like a year waiting for new content. Because it's not available and the seconds you had just dropped on. Dvd and my dad was coming america for some work thing and i was pleased. You buy it. And he bought it. He bought it and i remember like it was unopened still on the packaging and i went to the leader of the cool kids caprice bullying and i was like. I want you to watch this. I suffer season mike multiple times and it was like now you know all all watched the second season all this say i was obsessive and with the specifically and just like what is this magical place until when i was applying to schools avenue was never on. My list is really far from india. Most kids go to the east coast. Because you may get a direct flight or whatever but i only applied honestly to go to california because of those c- and i wouldn't be here correct show re domine non intellectual story but it's the truth. I love that and because sometimes like the the shows that most people are you know really life. You don't talk about because it's like tapping war but no this is the real thing and like that's that's great. Yeah why you ended up in california. Everything started while it was really sad. Because in the show i became obsessed with adam brody. And then if you've watched the show you know his dream schools brown. So i applied early tomorrow. Doesn't make any sense why it was like this is what i meant to do and got rejected and then got into. Us still depressed about brown. And then i was telling the store. And they're like you know that. Josh schwartz the creator wanted to usc inflict what the gun though research on it. They're like you know they shot the show like at. Usc barks completely yeah. It's faith that i'm here yet. But what's really crazy is that they what image show one of the characters. Goes this all boring but goes to brown and they shot. Usc for brown very crazy way. I made it to the brown of the oc. Yeah i love that walk current so this is a very important question that i think a lot of people will will be very excited to hear answer..

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"adam brody" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Have. I love going crazy for it. But i liked it a lot. I wasn't. I had heard positive things but was kind of unsure and i watched this Sort of a last minute scramble. When i was trying to find something to To recommend in my weekly tv segment And so i was just like. I hope this isn't terrible. That was really my my only thought about it. Like i need to be able to say something positive. And i had fun with it. I enjoyed it Like i said. I think adam brody is underrated. I hope maybe the minor level of acclaim that this movie has gotten will allow him to get some more decent roles and I'm not a. I'm not familiar with the directors at evan stone. Is that his name. I made Evan morgan evan morgan. There you go evanston other movie the dirty which i haven't seen But joe black told me is really good. So i got a good or bad thing but a lot of very weird movies does indeed. But i mean based on this movie. I look forward to seeing what he does next. So yeah i would recommend it. You know as we said it had that full theatrical release but who's going to theaters right now so if you maybe forgot about it. It's now on vod and it's definitely worth a rental absolutely well. Josh what is another movie. You watch recently to recommend our listeners. So i'm going to recommend not the other movie that i recommended alongside this one in my atv segment that week that it opened It was a movie that i also reviewed in my. Vod column At crooked barky where. I usually try to find really like small marginal movies to focus on and i hadn't realized how much this movie would appeal to weirdos. Apparently it's called. Pg psycho doorman was recently out on vod. And i think one of these movies that like is engineered to have a cult following and a lotta times. I find that really annoying. But i think this movie is a lot of fun. It the idea here. Is that these these two young kids in. It's also weird way like the kid detective. In that it puts kids this grownup contacts. These two rights uncover this ancient evil alien who is intent on destroying humanity. But because this little girl has this gem that controls him instead she liked makes him play games with them and become their friend and tag along with them everywhere and but he's this giant monster and is now very violent doesn't shy away from that and this little girl is essentially a sociopath so she might jump rope with him but then also have him tears some people's arms off and it has this very kitschy tone with all of these practical effects. I mean it looks like mighty morphin power rangers or or like a trauma movie with these low budget. But very creatively produced costumes and sets. And there's a whole alien subplot about the people who are trying to or not people the aliens who are trying to come stop psycho gorman. because he's been awakened and lake mystery team. It probably would have been better if it was like twenty minutes long. But it's still. It's still a lot of fun. Is the kind of movie that if you watch the trailer and you think i would love this. You will love it. Yeah i haven't watched it yet but believe me. It's high up on my list of things to watch very soon because it looks. It looks completely ridiculous. And i can't wait. It is fun. It's not as much fun the whole time. But it's still i i do recommend it. Check it out. And i think it's also eventually going to be on shudder if you don't wanna pay for if you subscribe to that maybe in like a month or two it'll be there as well awesome awesome. Well josh as always this was great. Why don't you tell people about everything. You're up to an awesome new beer so many things so awesome movie year is well. I think this'll be out. Where we're still wrapping up our season on the films of nineteen eighty-four which has been a lot of fine and we've talked about a lot of big blockbuster things We recently just put out our episode on dave's pick which was ghostbusters. So that was a good time and it's an awesome movie year dot com. It's awesome movie year on facebook and instagram and awesome movie pod on twitter and check my stuff out at josh. Bell hates everything dot com. There are a couple things there right now and josh bell. He's on facebook and at signal bleed on twitter and as alluded to. If you're in las vegas you can watch me on. Fridays on katie. Mvp channel thirteen on the eleven. Am news. where. I do things like tell people to watch psycho going on and local news. Which is great. I would like to do a special episode of the podcast where i interview the random people that took your advice. I would love to know. I haven't gotten any feedback from yet but that would be amazing. Josh as always thanks so much for being here and look forward to get you back.

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"adam brody" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Character store. So i'll go to another piece here and i'm pretty sure i used the big lebowski as a puzzle piece on this movie when we do the episode. But it's under the silver lake which is a movie there. I just absolutely love. I know it kind of splits. People down the middle as far as whether people like it or not but again it comes from this tradition of detective. Movies are neo noir. Detective style movies. But with a protagonist who is just not really cut out for the job and after a woman appears in his life ends up on this path through various secrets and digging deeper into this whole world is getting himself mixed up in and totally out of his depth. And i came to realize while like kind of putting my puzzle pieces together and after loving this movie so much. This is like my genre. Like i love these movies. You know all three of these to a lesser extent inherit vice but i did just rewatch that recently and i mean it's just such a fun genre for for comedy but with like an actual story to like get behind too. Yeah i still haven't seen under the silver lake. But i i want to. I meant to see it. You know it was a catch up at the end of the year for twenty nineteen. I think it was right. And it. Just never i never got around to it and then it just kinda fell by the wayside and it's long and i haven't gotten into it but i do want to watch it. I'm very curious because like you say. It's extremely polarizing. People hate it and people like you love it. So i'm curious. I'm definitely curious to see that. I will say to that point Friend of the show. Joe black said that the kid detective does everything under the silver lake was trying to do But does it better. So all right. I take that for what it is. Yes and much shorter. So what do you have for your next piece well. I'm not sure i did you. You just mentioned inherent vice. Is that your piece. I don't want to step on that. Now go for it. is that yours. Well i was gonna say inherent vice. But i wasn't sure if that was sort of like encompassed in what you just said. Absolutely no go for it. Go for so inherent vice is is a piece and i think it just as like you mentioned it because it has a lot of the similarities to the things that you're talking about with under the silver lake and with the big lebowski and it's it's consciously i mean. I think that both the novel the thomas pension novel which i haven't read but That and the movie are drawing on that tradition of these. You know private eye movies in the more detective and certainly the idea of the detective. Who gets in over his head. You know is really only equipped to take on these very small time cases and just goes for it anyway and is quickly unable to handle what. He's stepped in to all right. But you know again the guy he's like. He's kind of a slacker. He lives in this semi squalor. Nobody respects him and actually i. I'm very mixed on. Paul thomas anderson overall but i like inherent vice a lot. It's it's one of my favorite of his movies in part because it's so goofy and silly and right one one thing that the kid detective doesn't really do in the noir. Tradition is make the plot so insanely convoluted that you can no longer follow it. it's really pretty basic. The plot this movie and there aren't a ton of suspects and pretty much every suspect is dealt with either. We know we either. They did it or they didn't do it. And it's very clear And inherent vice is one of those movies. Where i think halfway through i was like okay. I don't have any idea what's happening. And that's okay. And i think that's really the only way to watch that movie but i think especially in terms of the main character like i could see i could see joaquin phoenix playing the kid detective. Oh totally he would be a great pick for this This role and and i love adam brody though. I think he's crazy. I mean as we know from the awesome movie or episode on the ten. I love him in that. And and whenever you just pops up and little things always so much fun But what was that. One movie Couple years ago that he was in with samara weaving. I'm drawing a blank on the no ready or not ready or not. He was so much fun in that. I love when he pops up things and he never gets to lead a role like this lead a movie like this right now. I agree. he's under eight. I wasn't saying they should replace him with what. Oh yeah i think. I think he's really good in this. And i've liked him since the oh see i almost put on my list here with great in that and i've always felt like he deserves better. Nice days i got one more piece on my list. And i know we've talked about how the movie isn't. Maybe you know constant laugh out loud. Funny you know. It's definitely darker. And like i said it's it's drier and stuff like that but there are a lot of those little site and gags and stuff like that in this movie. So i wanted to use. The naked gun is a puzzle piece as well on this one Because there's just so many little things Just as an example. I love that. His office door has written on it detective. But it's not centered because obviously at some point at said kid detective. They cleaned the word kid off at the door. Like little bits. Like that are just so sucker like comedy. Like just so silly and ridiculous. I started writing down. I was like there's so many little bits and pieces. That are just making me die laughing because they're just so ridiculous and so i definitely got a little bit of that spoof. Feel from this. Even though it's not totally light light hearted humor the whole way. Ray ray mystery team definitely has more of that viable though it also gets the weirdly dark but in a more humorous way but certainly and i think one of the great things about this movie is that you can look at it. Especially in the first part and think it's like a spoof almost and then it really deepens with the characters and the story and everything but not in a way where you think what happened to this movie or why. Why did it change by right. I think that's a very effective thing that this movie does. And that does occur. Brothers would i. Can't imagine ever taking lieutenant.

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"adam brody" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Kind of similar but that's okay so my next piece is one that i brought up before on this show and that is ryan johnson's brick which is a of course. A combination of the teen drama. The high school set teen drama and the hard boiled neo noir and brick is not accommodate although it is amusing in its way in part just because of the juxtaposition of genres and it has a teenage main character. But in a weird way you could imagine the main character from brick growing up to be the kid detective to be actor in this movie. And i think as much as the kid detective is funny as as you say. It's got a lot of jokes and it's it's a comedy it's it's also quite dark in many ways and it certainly follows in that anwar tradition in that hard boiled tradition even if the dialogue is as as stylized as the dialogue in brick. So own I think there's that connection here and again the idea of like sort of Mixing genres or putting something that people think of as frivolous into genre. That's very serious. And how they combine think is something that brick does well sure yeah and brick was on my list as well and it you know. I think one other thing to add to that you know you mentioned about you know how dark this movie does get. And i think that the idea of setting it in a world that's predominantly filled with kids. Because this is our sit around the school you know that really just helps to amplify just how dark this thing gets once we get into the ending and you know finally solving the mystery and holy shit they went there you know and it really just. It probably wouldn't be as dark movie if it was all grownups. It's like that just makes it extra right exactly. And the fact that he could have taken on a murder case of adults being murdered in this movie at but the way that it connects back to the school. And it's a case that's brought to him by a teenager certainly amplifies that so i will go onto another piece here and so i'm gonna go with the big lebowski for my next. Pick another movie from this tradition of these kind of neo nor like like inspired by all of these classic detective movies. But with a protagonist who's not your traditional classic detective mystery Protagonist and the dude. Is this guy kinda like just lives in this perpetual adolescence. In the big lebowski with no intentions of growing up i i feel like abe the the adam brody character here in the kid detective. He wants so badly to grow up. And it's kind of the opposite in a way but he's just kind of stuck just. The probably isn't good enough really to be that next stage of being a grownup detective. And that's why he's stuck in this kind of routine that he's found himself in and at the end of the movie. You know this ending which i think is just absolutely perfect and i mean we'll probably split along the way in this conversation. You know. spoilers always piecing together. But you know i just think end so perfectly where. He's just so not ready for what he is. Just you know not only uncovered in the case itself but in himself being a part of that process. He's just he's just not ready for that. And i love that so much and the big lebowski is kind of almost the opposite in a way but still living the same kinda world right. Yeah lebowski never really succumbs to any sort of despair. He's always dude at every mood. Abide no yeah he abides. Abe is not able to abide is is what happens here but right and it's funny it's like you're saying he wants to grow up but he doesn't really he only wants to grow up. If he can be like a grownup detective people to take him seriously as a detective and give him real adult cases but he doesn't want to grow up in the sense of giving up his childhood dream of being a detective and ryan something else as everyone You know his parents and so many people around him encourage him to do so. I mean. I think that there's that kind of mix. It's a very specific kind of maturity that he wants her adult respect that he wants only this one way. One of my favorite like jokes about like that. That maturity level of the character is how he's always at least two or three times. I think is giving up. Basically his his cases that he's on when he's like straight up saying i'm not supposed to tell this but of course he does. Because you know he probably wants validation or whatever you know right. He really wants that. He wants everyone to respect him the way they respected him when he was twelve years old and have not since then. It's very much so great character. I just think it's so funny What do you got for your next fees. Okay so my next piece is veronica mars and which of course is a tv show. And there's a lot in. Veronica mars the tv show. That's similar to this and also similar to brick in it has this this teenage protagonist who is thrust into this grown up world. She's a young detective and all of that. But i'm specifically thinking more of the veronica mars movie which takes place many years after she has been the teenage detective. She is now an adult and has returned after ten years away to her hometown. And everyone expects her to solve a crime and veronica mars The character has matured more. I think than abe has when when we see her in this movie and is taken seriously more as an adult detective as women usually do by the way yes but it went often are may not be taken seriously however but she is taken seriously. I think she's got. It's been a while since i saw it But i think she's gone to law school and she's she's sort of moved on. She's had that growing up. That abe doesn't have and now now she's drawn back into this world that she was in as a teenager with all the people that she used to know all the people she went to school with who remember her as the teen detective and now she's got us all solve this crime. So i mean. I think you could take veronica mars as a whole but specifically the veronica mars movie awesome. Yeah i've never actually watched veronica mars series or movie. But i mean obviously i. I'm sure it's very influential on a lot of filmmakers coming up right now is just such a beloved show and character and all of that. Yeah and they did a good job. I think of i mean they brought it back for that movie and then they brought it back again not that long ago for another like miniseries and one of those things where you think should we really bring this. Is it going to be as good. But i feel like they've done a good job of progressing her as a character just like i was saying. She's not just the same person doing the same things. But it's still got a similar tone. So i would recommend franck mars. That's cool and and that's That's a good thing that a lot of tv shows come movies. Don't always get right. You know having the character do something new other than just trying to recapture the series. Ray i mean there was a lot of that to believe me. You know if you watch the it was. It was a crowd funded movies so it was all like fans who made it happen and it has tons of call backs and a bunch of characters. Who probably didn't need to appear but appeared because fans loved them but it still. I think does.

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"adam brody" Discussed on Brunch

Brunch

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Brunch

"That's wild. I was talking about that with some friends the other day. It was like that would be like having the podcast called Brunch would be like if my email address was David Choi, you know, yeah pretty much pretty pretty nuts. It shows how early we got in the game. Yeah want to talk Lottery want to talk promising young woman while Tom was it the rule Latista in and of itself in and of itself. Yeah Dealers Choice, go ahead. Let's do promising young woman. Okay, okay promising young woman movie on demand by it $20 highly recommend it. Honestly, I highly recommend anything that is anything though. But I also recommend this because it's a it's a good may be it comes. Seemingly a thousand years after we saw what was an incredible trailer. Yeah, like like movie built off. I'd have to walk. I thought I was the only one because like they they released the the the trailer or whatever again to say like this is out next week, but when when like there was a big buzz that was generated by like, oh this movie is coming next week. I feel like a lot of people didn't say like, oh finally like we've been waiting for this forever. I mean I wondered wait is is this that is this? Yeah movie was because I didn't remember the name of it. I just remembered off the trailer, which was incredible and I forget the forget the director and writers name, but I wonder if this was one of those like kind of like Whiplash where it's a movie that's made off of like wait, I can see this incredible scene. Okay, let's make this scene and just make it a fucking movie because that the trailer of I think it's Adam Brody in the trailer. Yeah, right, but I mean I I feel like everyone's already seen the movie so I don't feel like I'm spoiling anything but I certainly can't spoil the trailer but like drunk girl gets taken home by a guy. She's out of it. He's making moves she snaps out of it. She's sober the whole time. He's horrified. Scary music plays name of the movie promising young woman. I want to see whatever the fuck that is. Yeah plus it's Carey Mulligan. And Carey Mulligan is I know nothing about Carrie more really. Other than that. She was awesome in this movie, you know anything about Morgan. I really don't think I knew who know who that was who she is or was married to Marcus Mumford. I know that I did what comedian okay. Yeah. She was Daisy. The Great Gatsby didn't see that you've never seen The Great Gatsby we have to do an episode on The Great Gatsby because that really is like horrible but there's so much money get the details of the Great Gatsby getting made because I think that I feel like.

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"adam brody" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Yeah artists of that era. Like right i would say you know what's another one that maybe people should check out. I haven't seen it in. It's not a movie. And i'm just pulling it off the top of my head right now. A little bonus puzzle piece No limit chronicles the documentary. That came out last summer. It was like a five five part one. Is this a real thing. This is a real a the nolanda about cash money or no limit. No limit master masterpiece in the golden platinum tank. Yeah and Masterpiece signed what critics music experts have called the greatest deal ever signed the re of music. He owns every inch of his his ip of his property of his jones. The fucking golden tank. He owns all of it. All of it is his. None of it is rented. None of it is for show all of his master's all of his when when you when you play you know. Make him say On like when you when when we play like david david rosen song on spotify you get one millionth of a penny. When we play when we play makeup on spotify he gets like fifteen bucks like he has like the best deal in the world. When you think about those no limit cds back at that time ninety nine hundred ninety nine two thousand one right around there. Those were the kind of albums that should have just been being sold out of someone's trunk and somehow they were in every sam goody every tower records across the entire country huge and how and they were the first ones to do like. I would say the only other people that did this. Were like beastie boys. Maybe but lady the Where they do the Branding like the describing. It was a visual identity. And you knew it was an olympic record. Write the mini plastic cases too so amazing. Who is your favorite Nolanda soldier probably. I'd have to go with masterpiece. But i i love the Yeah seriously i mean. I like was technically no limit. I know he technically was skulduggery. I remember school decorate. Mine was mine was although he ran into some trouble later in life. I will herb like really right around that time. in life i will say mystic. Mystical was fucking best. Dude it was. He was so good but yeah. I supported any of his extracurricular activities. Yeah let's let down. But he was great man. Come up some great classics right there. Well i'll do the finish puzzle novel. wrap this thing up. The movies we talked about here were muhammad ali. Made in. miami. Inside davis carnage frost nixon. Loving amadeus interview malcolm x. and ali and of course that no limit documentary series. Briley need to watch the chronicles came out of bt summer. I think if. I'm not saying it'd randomly seen it but like hey man that's excellence ownership owning every interview shit. Not letting some some some other fucker you know lay claim to it. You don't know about this but me. Random demise have been planning for years to do a no limit album that just sounds from front to back like no limit. Classic like ninety eight ninety nine album. You guys were up. Oh yeah that's true. I don't say that on the show. Anyway let's say miami so you you liked this movie over i did. I did like it. I didn't like it took a little. Look if you're gonna watch this movie if you haven't yet be ready because the sort of i don't wanna say cheesiness but like the on the nose -ness of the dialogue. Would you agree as a little like i. I don't like this historical s- the historical reimagining stuff. I hate it when like one character will walk. It'd be like damn. Sam cooke can't believe that you just had four number one Chart topping hits over the last seven months. You're the first ever person to do that. I i hate the force exposition the dialogue i ate that and lay and it's forced in there like because i know and i feel like it really kind of peter's off once we get to the hotel room and it's not so bad but it's mostly that i like fifteen minutes or so where you get a lot of that kind of stuff and i totally know what you mean. I would say that in the hotel room. There's a scene where they give the cassius clay character a lot of exposition to say. That comes across very corny. And they really want you to know that this is the mohammed ali. The that people will see later and it's just a little force that can't imagine. Muhammad ali actually being in that room and putting on that sort of like show with people that he actually knows especially knowing that we know now. A lot of muhammed ali did was a show. He was like you will he. He would turn it off when he was in moments. And so i. I don't know. I felt like that was forced a little silly but that's nitpicking. I'm nitpicking. i'd like this movie a lot. I think this movie stands as the one thing i don't like is when movies like this. Become analog when when when movie people or for film people or culture writers whatever. Try to take movies like this and make them analogs for our current moment. Right is a lot of what's happening right now. It's like a precious movie a movie that is like so relevant for our times in it's really not relevant for our time in is pretty fucking disrespectful to the people who actually achieved everything that was achieved in the civil rights era to say that our time is like then like you can be black now and go get a hotel room at the fountain blue and that's because of the things that those people did and there's a different set of inequities and there's a different of social justice cavs that need to be crossed in build and like it's i think i hate that. I hate when people take movie like this. And they're like wow things really haven't changed taught to this day and it's like no mother fucker. They have changed. You missed the point of the movie. These apple did change something and like this should be a movie. Like this. Should be celebration of that. Like i said war. It's like it's black excellence. It's like revolutionary people that did incredible things to varying degrees. And i think it's great awesome. Well let's close it on that as a very positive note to close it on. So do you have another movie. You watch recently like recommend listeners listeners. Have you talk about the kid detective yet on your on this or no no. I'm actually going to be recording an episode with josh bell. But i would love more people to watch it before we get around to that episode. Watch detective it got panned by the way what the fuck was that. I read after daybreak recommended. The movie. it's a you know adrian brodie. He's pretty him. Sorry adam brody. Adrian brodie playing this role.

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"adam brody" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You know it's a week. It's a week. We made it to dress a week, huh? We made it to Friday, which means we have a whole weekend to watch our TVs. What we watch where we watching. There are so many good movies are right now, you guys how much time do we have? Let's first start with the movie that you could rent on demand or record the theater. If you really want to go back to the theater, This is called promising young woman. This was my number three movie of 2020. It starts Carey Mulligan. As a woman who had suffered from past trauma and P chesty and now she's kind of taking revenge on the people that have wrong Turner past. Yeah, so this is written and directed by animals for now, who you may know, as Philip Parker Bowles on the crowd. Yes, OK, I love supporting female filmmakers, especially when they have a really unique point of view and voice. And this movie will be unlike any other movie that you saw last year or even this year. Really? It's just Are dropping it like unpredictable and I think that the less you know about what goes on in the story that better because it will be. It will hit some very uncomfortable places, and you may think this needs to come with a trigger warning. But if you just go with it, you will kind of understand the tone and what's going to go on in this journey. It all started Bogart on Adam Brody. Christopher means, plus all in roles that you may not associate with them and then House and Bree, Laverne Cox and Connie Britton, also in it. Okay, so this is quite the cast. And where can we watch this with on demands? You could rent it for 48 hours for 1999. Or we could go to Ah, Movie theater to go see it, And it's one of those where like it makes you think. I mean, when you think about Um, past sexual trauma. If we don't wanna get too much, right, How do we Where do we place the blame? Where do we place the false Whether it's with the victim or the perpetrator and you? You end up having a lot of empathy for the Carrie Mulligan character where you will see that this movie is very much inspired by like nineties revenge flicks where maybe the female character would have been the villain or the psychopath. But here we really empathize with her and kind of find the humanity. But you're also not necessarily approving of everything that she doesn't think. Okay. Okay. So how many ticket stubs for that one? Warn half out of five tickets that I got to talk to Carrie Mulligan and most analysis. You can see those interviews on my YouTube channel or on the twin Cities Large Nate the great conversation, and this will be. We'll definitely have you talking afterwards. Perfect. I love it, Paul. I did you did you like fangirl out at all Because of the crowd. Did you get to talk about the crown it all with emerald eye. Mentioned a tour. So like in passing, like, you know, great job on the crown this season. We love the con in our household, So it got brought up, But it wasn't anything. They want any questions about count? All right. Okay. So next up on Amazon prime offering God, Let's keep on the task with the female filmmakers. This is one night in Miami. This is from Regina King Huai bowed down to we love her. You know, she's from watchman. You know if Bill Street to talk so many great things to 27. Yes. Don't forget the old G. Thank you. Brenda. Harry. Yeah, anyway, So this is an adaptation of the play by Campbell Powers, Powers wrote or co wrote and corrected soul as well. If you really has imagined this Meeting between Malcolm Ax Damn Cock, Muhammed Ali and Jim Brown in 1964. And they were. They really were all friends in real life and the conversation in this hotel room that these four men have about their life, their career, the transition place that they're all in and how did they go and use their voice on their platform? To incite change being this civil rights era. I love this. This movie is standing. I really loved so much of what goes on is from you Steal the intimacy of that This was a play. You've got a dynamic Has Leslie Autumn Junior who we lost from Hamilton. He played Sam Cooke. You'll recognize all the Haji's Jim Brown obviously been idea who I was not as familiar with. He's a British actor. He played Malcolm Ax, and then you like Glory is Muhammed Ali, and I love that all four of them get the essence of who they're applying without doing these, like big transformation types of performances that almost come off looking like some sort of Saturday Night. Live parody. Yeah. So frustrating. Exactly. I completely agree. But you won't feel that way. Here. You feel who these four men are, where they're all kind of ad and what they're fighting for. And this idea of like Shame behind how we use her voice and peppermint. You know, as long as you're trying to make change, and we shouldn't really be grudging, how we do that, like Malcolm acts. Very pin a lot of opinions and how you go and try to like change, But it's different than what Sam Cooke is doing, and they kind of glow kind of butt heads about that. You know, there's a great chemistry, Great brotherhood between these four guys, and it's a fantastic movie. Lots to think about lots of parallel to today's work in activism and how we want change. I love ticket stubs. 4.5 out of my jacket. Substance now on Amazon Prime. Today is Regina King's birthday as well. So that movie and watch it. I think she's 50. She is? Yeah, I mean, If we all could be so beautiful and so talented and makes such contributions and I mean escalate endorsements. Yeah, right. Thank you, Bradley. All right, Okay in the last couple minutes. The final the find your final offering. It's called News of the world. This is the new Tom Hanks will be. This is now able to watch on demand for a rental, much like promising young woman. Or you could go to the theaters to see it and again, another movie about the history, So Tom Hanks plays the Civil War that travels town to town, delivering the news headlines and stories to these towns kind of bringing people together. Throughout that he finds abandoned girl and he tries to reunite her with her family. Oh, okay. Not so fantastic History lesson just about wire. Country with at post Civil War, the sharp divide the racial divide, post civil war and this one man who tries to bring people together with the news. And how can we all come together with the news? And when you have Tom Hanks? Who is someone that you trust up to in his rolls? You believe it? I mean, you fight for him to not only protect this young girl, but what he sets out to do and how. When he goes to some of the towns, they kind of see him as the instigator. They don't like the news of the sharing. It's not what they believe in a think Dad. I mean, you think about the parallels today and again. It's kind of an intense movie as well. Company ticket stubs on that 145 tickets up. This is the one I got two nephews happening. So the interviews are on my YouTube channel is Bob. Wonderful thing. Paul Maguire Grimes, Check him out Paul's trip to the movies..

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"adam brody" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"I have. I have some honorable mentions palm springs. One of my bro- mentions. I loved that movie. It was a huge surprise to me how much i was going to palm springs and i highly recommend you get on hulu and watch palm springs immediately. Number two is gonna be unprecedent loved unprecedent one of the first like hbo. Max original movies. That i think just kind of like took me by surprise and i loved it. The kid detective hall budding. I love you boy. I love the fact that you love this movie. Oh my god dude it was. It gets so dark. But there's just some like i mean it's not giving away but wouldn't the kids like do you feel like a man slapping around a kid. Yeah to see this movie that might want to take away from this. Episode is watch kid in god. God jake i need to hear what you think about that. And once you watch the kid. Detective i implore you to listen to the snob cast episode. It's a podcast kevin. Smith does he interviews the director from the kid. Detective any interviews adam brody from the kid detective and it came out a few months ago and i watched the kid detective anyone to learn more about it. Listen to the episode of smyth cast. It's absolutely phenomenal. The king of staten island is another one of my honorable. Mentions i loved that movie. I love pete davidson. And i think you know what fuck it i think pete davidson given the right role and put into the right. Movie is a really good actor. Oh and bill burr. Yeah fucking standout. Loved him marinas. Black bottom is another honorable mention for me. I loved that movie promising. young woman. This film stars carey mulligan. Bo burnham bo burnham the director from eighth grade also a standup comic. I love him. Allison brie is. In this clancy brown jennifer coolidge laverne cox. Connie britton from friday night lights and it follows a woman who takes revenge against men have wrong and i compared this to the crow. It is an a fantastic revenge story. You've got cassie. she lives. she's thirty years old lives with her. Parents works at a coffee shop. She was previously in a medical school..

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"adam brody" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"adam brody" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"He loves politics. Everyone loves paul. Like how could anyone not like. I understand why people have such a hatred for me. i. I'll give out gift call this. He's he's better than the alien movie named paul. What jake. I will take it. You're better than the simon pegg movie from fucking the seven or eight years ago or whatever the fuck right. Yeah leagues ahead of that. Well i appreciate that. But not as good as the parrot. In the movie paulie i. I totally understand data. You're not as good as polly from rocky. I know just sure guy. Come on dude you just come on these the news but my first runner up is adam brody and the kid detect. Thank you at that movie. Come from it such a hilarious yet really fucking dark twisted ruby so everyone needs to experience that yeah. Yeah oh god please. Everybody watched the kid detective. Make sure that you watch the kid detective. I am not even kidding you. This movie came out of nowhere. I absolutely great choice. Ball thank choice. Rebecca what he got for best male actor of the year. I got a couple of honorable. Mentions here michael. Jordan is bryan stevenson. And just mercy a this. One is kind of a weird one colin farrell. As coach from the movie gentleman. But i didn't really care for that movie that much. I have so much respect for you right now. Rebecca oh my god thank you. I know your thoughts on this movie. I've seen your thoughts on here. Oh my god. I have so much respect for you right now. Thank you thank you. I know i know your thoughts on this movie but like like this is also like rebecca. This is like game recognizing game. You know what i mean. One hundred percent. Oh my god go going. I apologize fucking your rebecca. Your fucking awesome. Don't forget we still have comic book. Movie of the i know yes so the gentleman. I was not a big fan of this movie to be there. I am not a fan of a lot of guy ritchie's work i felt like this. If you've seen and you know what if you wanna ask me you asked me. I feel like if you've seen one guy ritchie seen them all. I'm kind of in that camp but in a movie full of performances just like rolling my eyes at at a movie that i was just like. Why did i watch this movie. Colin farrell is coach. Really stood out to me. He plays a character of a guy who takes in kids from the street and they they love him like they these kids would give their life for him and when some of his kids get into some trouble he gets involved to try to get them out of trouble and his screen. Time is limited in the movie compared to everybody else but in a movie that i just thought was a whatever movie i thought. He had a very standout performance. And it really surprised me for colin farrell. Because it's colin farrell. i'm cooking. I am an all of you right now. I'm not even this is. This is not hyperbole. I am fucking like your own god rebecca. Seriously this is why i have you on these episodes. Oh my gosh. Thank you so for choices like this..

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