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"andy sierra" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:28 min | 2 months ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Cause I just hear the end of it over and over and over again, and it's actually pretty pleasant doesn't bother me. I love it. I haven't heard that song in a while. Well, you need to go. Listen. That was the Henry clay people, right? Yeah. Her buddies Joey and Andy Sierra. Mhm, California Boys, Southern California Boys men didn't Then they go to like Harvard or something crazy like that. Joey ended up going to Harvard. And then I think Andy went to a fi and then Joey, I think went back. To film school. And they're both writing. Uh, you know, screenwriting. Man, That's great, and he's got a He brought it the this, uh Andy Samberg movie That's that's coming out soon. Really? Which one? What's it called? Uh, it is called Palm Springs. I think Well, and he wrote it. Yeah, dude. That's fantastic. Congratulations. And he wrote on the TV show Lodge. 49. Yeah, I haven't seen these springs but Dad, um, that guy Kurt Russell and Goldie Hahn. Son. I love that guy. I think he's one of the coolest people walking around on the planet today. Yeah, I haven't seen large 49 is supposed to be awesome. And, um And he was a writer's assistant, then ended up on the staff, and they're both doing great man. That's great. Congratulations to both You guys a little baby. Now they're both married. Nice man. That's nice, And that's an update on the Sierra Club. It's like Um let's see what else What? How did that come into your head? Though? The song like what made you think of that? Nothing. I was just out back like mowing the lawn with my big old lawnmower. And it just popped in my head. I was probably thinking of something I had to do that had to do was stuff you should know. And I thought so, if you should know, And when I thought it I thought it has stuff you should know doing it. This is the just played on a loop. This the second time you mentioned the size of your lawnmower. Yeah. And now you just got to send me a picture. Is this one of these things that you stand? Not it and it and it wheels here around like some weird land speeder. You mean like a scag or something? No, This is just a girl Fashion Toro. That is because its gas powered I got it like on super discount. Because everybody's making, like really good electric lawnmowers. Yeah, um, but this one was, you know, it was on discount, and I like the look of it. Yeah, that's a good looking more right? Yeah. Like I like your style. Bring with me. Is it red? Yep. Yeah, it's Red Toros. Yeah, It's nice takes you back the days of paper routes and stuff like that. Then I thought you were mentioning the song because you were thinking of the song Flagpole sitter. By Harvey Danger. No, I wasn't. At all Okay? But that's a great segue because it just so happens. And you may be aware of this for talking about flagpole sitting two day in this episode, that's right, and I've been singing that song in my head all day. Now. I don't I don't know that song. You know it. It was well, Maybe not. It was it was a top 40 hit in the nineties. Kind of during the grunge era. It was it was a power pop. Hit that kind of Oh, from hard danger. Don't don't don't Good. Uh, Dang Dang Dang! Wait, Dan. Uh huh. Is that it? That's not it? No, my band actually covers, flagpole said. It's a fun song. Okay, That's great. I want to have to go Listen to it because I feel like I'm missing out. But what that song is that song about flagpole Sitting is about Shipwreck Kelly in particular. No, it's not. But it does have one line that says, uh, run it up the flagpole and see And that's the only time it references flagpoles at all. Sees. What Who salutes but no one ever does, I think is the next line. Mm. That rings a bell. I have to take an end. And and then I was again to the mirror. They come a little bit clearer. Sure. Run it up the flagpole and see who salutes But no one ever does. Yeah, I I'm not sick, but I'm not. Well, Who is that? Harvey? Danger? Danger, Okay. Yeah, That's a great song. I love it. Yeah. Who? Fellow of podcasting friend John Roderick. Actually, Sean Nelson was a friend of his in Seattle, and he played bass for a little while and Harvey danger. Oh, very wow, man. This is all coming first. Look, I got one more for you. What? I used to have that song and I don't know where I downloaded it from. This would have been probably back in the Napster days or something. Whoa! Um and it was mislabeled as Brian Jonestown massacre and I was always like this. That sound like Brian Jonestown massacre Now I know most definitely wasn't buying yourself Massacre. Wow. All right. We haven't even talked about flagpole sitting in No, we haven't. Um, which is a a crime because it's actually one of the more interesting weirdo fads that's ever come this way in America, and it was in the twenties. Started. We actually we know who patient zero was a flagpole sitting, and it's easy to tell because it is such a bizarre thing to do that. If you can find the person who who who did it first, who claims to have done it first. They're probably correct and in this case You can trace it back to sometime around January of 1924, supposedly potentially in Hollywood, California, part of Los Angeles, and there was a man named Alvin Shipwreck, Kelly. Who supposedly climbed up on a flagpole is part of a promotion for a movie and sat there for full 13 hours and 13 minutes to help draw a crowd and boy did he ever Yeah. Which you know, Uh, that sounds like a long time to sit on a flagpole. But that is kid's stuff. Yeah, compared to where this is headed. Yeah, For sure. That's an app for teeth. But it's a good first attempt, you know? Yeah, and so you know. It sounds strange, because when you think of a flagpole, you're like, what are they sitting on its modified flagpole that basically there are different kinds, but, um, usually sort of like a bar stool at the top of a flagpole. Mhm, and it's that low, fi and you climb up there. And you sit and that's all you do..

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"andy sierra" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:17 min | 2 months ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark, and there's Charles W. Chuck Bryant right over there. Jury is out there somewhere. And this is stuff you should know. You know, Chuck, I have to say yes. Every once in a while The amazing theme song from our short lived television show comes into my head. Mm. And it'll just It's just a complete earworm. Yeah, I just hear the end of it over and over and over again, and it's actually pretty pleasant doesn't bother me. I love it. I haven't heard that song in a while. Well, you need to go. Listen, That was Henry Clay people, right? Yeah. Her buddies Joey and Andy Sierra. Mhm, California Boys, Southern California Boys men didn't Then they go to like Harvard or something crazy like that. Joey ended up going to Harvard. And then I think Andy went to a fi and then Joey, I think went back. To film school. And they're both writing. Uh, you know, screenwriting. Man, That's great, and he's got a He brought it the this, uh Andy Samberg movie that's coming out soon. Really? Which one? What's it called? Uh, it is called Palm Springs. I think Well, and he wrote it. Yeah, dude. That's fantastic. Congratulations. And he wrote on the TV show Lodge. 49. Yeah, I haven't seen the springs but that, um, that guy Kurt Russell and Goldie Hahn. Son. I love that guy. I think he's one of the coolest people walking around on the planet today. Yeah, I haven't seen large 49 is supposed to be awesome. And, um And he was a writer's assistant, then ended up on the staff, and they're both doing great man. That's great. Congratulations to both you guys a little baby. Now they're both married. Nice man. That's nice, And that's an update on the Sierra Club. It's like eggplant. Um Let's see what else What was it? How did that come into your head? Though the song like what made you think of that? Nothing. I was just out back like mowing the lawn with my big old lawnmower. And it just popped in my head. I was probably thinking of something I had to do that had to do with stuff you should know. And I thought so, if you should know, And when I thought it I thought it is stuff you should know doing it. This is the just played on a loop. This the second time you mentioned the size of your lawnmower. Yeah. And now you just got to send me a picture. Is this one of these things that you stand? And it and it and it wheels here around like some weird land speeder. You mean like a scag or something? No, This is just a girl Fashion Toro. That is because its gas powered I got it like on super discount. Because everybody's making, like really good electric lawnmowers. Um, but this one was, you know, it was on discount, and I like the look of it. Yeah, that's a good looking more right? Yeah. Like I like your style. Bring with me. Is it red? Yep. Yeah, it's Red Toros. Yeah, It's nice takes you back the days of paper routes and stuff like that. Then I thought you were mentioning the song because you were thinking of the song Flagpole sitter. By Harvey Danger. No, I wasn't. At all Okay? But that's a great segue because it just so happens. And you may be aware of this for talking about flagpole sitting two day in this episode, that's right, and I've been singing that song in my head all day. No, I don't. I don't know that song. You know it. It was, uh, Well, maybe not. It was it was a top 40 hit in the nineties. Kind of during the grunge era was it was a power pop hit that kind of, uh oh, from hurricane danger turned. Don't don't, but, uh, Dang Dang Dang! Wait, Dan. Uh huh. Is that it? That's not it? No, my band actually covers, flagpole said. It's a fun song. Okay, That's great. I want to have to go Listen to it because I feel like I'm missing out. But what that song is that song about flagpole Sitting is about Shipwreck Kelly in particular. No, it's not. But it does have one line that says, uh, run it up the flagpole and see And that's the only time it references flagpoles at all. Sees. What Who salutes but no one ever does, I think is the next line. Mm. That rings a bill can and then and then I was again to the mirror. They come a little bit clearer. Sure. Run it up the flagpole and see who salutes But no one ever does. Yeah, I I'm not sick, but I'm not. Well, Who is that? Harvey? Danger? Danger, Okay. Yeah, That's a great song. I love it. Yeah. Who? Fellow podcasting friend John Roderick. Actually, Sean Nelson was a friend of his in Seattle, and he played bass. For a little while in Harvey Danger. Oh, very wow, man Coming first. Look, I got one more for you. What? I used to have that song and I don't know where I downloaded it from. This would have been probably back in the Napster days or something. Um, and it was mislabeled as Brian Jonestown massacre and I was always like this. That sounds like Brian Jonestown massacre. Now I know most definitely wasn't buying yourself Massacre. Wow. All right. We haven't even talked about flagpole sitting in no, we haven't. Which is a crime because it's actually one of the more interesting weirdo fads that's ever come this way in America. It was in the twenties started. We actually we know who patient zero was a flagpole sitting, and it's easy to tell because it is such a bizarre thing to do. That if you can find the person who who who did it first, who claims to have done it first? They're probably correct. And in this case, you can trace it back to sometime around January of 1924. Supposedly potentially in Hollywood, California, part of Los Angeles. And there was a man named Alvin Shipwreck. Kelly, who supposedly climbed up on a flagpole as part of a promotion for a movie and sat there for full 13 hours and 13 minutes to help draw a crowd and boy did he ever Yeah..

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"J. k. Simmons and palm springs. Which is the performance. I liked but some people are good. What hashing about interesting choice. Choice palm springs was the last movie. I saw a theater. What a good movie. I love that movie What should we move to do the screenplay sort of quickly do we want those out. Let's knock those out griff. Guess yeah okay okay. All right i'm going to give you my original screenplays all right. I'm going to sit there and take it my original screenplay. Nominees are sean. Durkin for the nest. Andy ciara for palm springs. Kellyanne sullivan for saint francis. Lee is a chunk firm and ari and clever pillow and yano dornelles. And i apologize to my portuguese Is probably way off for back around those. Are my backer out. Good pick while now you've gone with the flex of naming all the writers like i should have when you don't have to. I just have no. This is good The only way they actually the top of my head was andy sierra for palm springs. He is one of my nominees though. Also emerald fennell fennell. Fidel i think right promising. Oh god david fincher dad. What's his dad's name. Jack jack jack venture for manque. We isaac chunk for minority and kelly sullivan for saint francis best original screenplay. Let them talk. Yup deborah eisenberg defy. Bloods rachel wilson's dad Wilma and another guy. I forget his name now. And i feel bad because i literally interviewed them but the the other guy is dead Anyway yes you're you're you're on the hook for this by the way you've set the standard the assistant The assistant is katie green. I think Palm springs.

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Know to work with a rookie debut in consider. Who might you talk to. And how and to be quite honest. Like i think looking at the entire breadth of the types of people we talked to across like again divergent in different backgrounds in beliefs. We've extracted. I think some some really really wonderful conversations that i i still want to go back to look through the list and like oh i gotta go listen episode again as some really good stuff there so again. Thank you for this. This great first season to be honest thank you. That's been a sweet ride. Sweet sweet sweet. Red lit season one Yeah just i guess we'll close out By saying thank you so much to all of you who have been listening and joining us on this journey. Thank you especially to our patrons Who have been amazing. And it's been so fun to have you involved in so many different ways In supporting in helping shape the direction of the show. If you are still a patron we have two more patron episodes coming up this month. what we have Andy sierra some bonus stuff from that talk Which just came out and Then also my wife. And i are doing a follow up to and a header on and we're kind of just doing some of the more fun random questions because that one got really heavy is really good. That was actually highlight A lot of people have have reached out and said hopeful that episode was in various ways. So that's been cool She's kuwaiti and whereas i oh yes so we're going to wrap up and do a couple of more just fun questions Some of the patrons asked and then My patriot is going to continue. Will shift some stuff around. And i'm gonna be asking You guys about that if you want to continue to support me As i am trying to bring the good the true the beautiful out in various other projects mostly musical and Has there'll be some some new perks on their So check it out in february. And i think that's it all right on awesome it again. Thank you to all of you out there who supported us along the lane to create this far. And yeah we'll see you up there in the social media piece.

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"And i was really looking forward to it and i felt like i was a little. Let down in part because of what jason is describing that this movie feels like it's like ninety nine percent build up and then it ends which i appreciate the sort of subversion of expectations but it felt a little hollow to me but yeah the filmmaking is is really impressive and performances and the way it uses all that dialogue it almost feels like it could be a radio play or a a a a narrative podcast or something. But but the visuals are still good too. So it's good right on well. Jason number five number five. We've talked about already. It's film called palm springs Directed by max spark about right Barbara cal his first timeout. Andy sierra routed played at sundance sold for a ton of money to hulu And it's a great You know kind of rom combat less on the com- more on that kind of like real feeling that These go through every day and everything The time lupus super popular right now. Also a really does a good job of kind of setting the scene in palm springs. I think it's time for someone to make a movie about character trying to get into a time. Loop as opposed to getting out of time loop but Yeah i think much much has been said much has been hyped about it. It's all worth watch. The movie agreed only other thing. I have to say as i was kind of expense. Nasa your number one jason. So i'm really interested to see what else you got up there. Throwing some curve balls josh. What do you got for your number. Five well. My number five is a movie. That i think maybe on jason's list the higher up or maybe not but i know it's a movie that we both liked and he was talking about the half of it with these teen coming of age stories that i think there have been a lot of good ones this year and this was my favorite of them as movie called banana. Split with hannah marks and liana liberato hannah marks also co wrote it and certainly another one of these rising stars. I think she has a direct to'real debut still to come that she's been working but she's been a supporting actor in various things in And co wrote this movie but is just a delightful movie about teen girl friendship and the hook here. The sort of high concept is that these two girls become friends via their shared relationship with this dude and one of them is his current girlfriend and one of them is his ex and they have this dynamic that you'd think they'd be at each other's throats and that's what you expect from these kinds of teen movies but it turns out that they just get along so well and and even far better than they get along with the guy that should potentially becoming between them and it's about the sort of enduring power of those teenage friendships that transcend even a teenage romance..

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:18 min | 9 months ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"And i was really looking forward to it and i felt like i was a little. Let down in part because of what jason is describing that this movie feels like it's like ninety nine percent build up and then it ends which i appreciate the sort of subversion of expectations but it felt a little hollow to me but yeah the filmmaking is is really impressive and performances and the way it uses all that dialogue it almost feels like it could be a radio play or a a a a narrative podcast or something. But but the visuals are still good too. So it's good right on well. Jason number five number five. We've talked about already. It's film called palm springs Directed by max spark about right Barbara cal his first timeout. Andy sierra routed played at sundance sold for a ton of money to hulu And it's a great You know kind of rom combat less on the com- more on that kind of like real feeling that These go through every day and everything The time lupus super popular right now. Also a really does a good job of kind of setting the scene in palm springs. I think it's time for someone to make a movie about character trying to get into a time. Loop as opposed to getting out of time loop but Yeah i think much much has been said much has been hyped about it. It's all worth watch. The movie agreed only other thing. I have to say as i was kind of expecting to be your number one jason. So i'm really interested to see what else you got up there. Throwing some curve balls josh. What do you got for your number five Well my number. Five is a movie that i think maybe on jason's list the higher up or maybe not but i know it's a movie that we both liked and he was talking about the half of it with these teen coming of age stories that i think there have been a lot of good ones this year and this was my favorite of them. As movie called banana split with hannah marks and liana liberato hannah marks also co wrote it and certainly another one of these rising stars. I think she has a direct to'real debut still to come that she's been working but she's been a supporting actor in various things in And co wrote this movie but is just a delightful movie about teen girl friendship and the hook here. The sort of high concept is that these two girls become friends via their shared relationship with this dude and one of them is his current girlfriend and one of them is his ex and they have this dynamic that you'd think they'd be at each other's throats and that's what you expect from these kinds of teen movies but it turns out that they just get along so well and and even far better than they get along with the guy that should potentially becoming between them and it's about the sort of enduring power of those teenage friendships that transcend even a teenage romance..

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Movie Crush

"When this year started, we were doing an election podcast, which is called worst year ever in it's the podcast that we do. But then this year became way worse than an election, and now there's a plague in a series of general uprisings, federal agents, shooting us all on the street, and our podcast is turned into more of you know kind of a general survival guide for the apocalypse that we're all in the process of hopefully living. We don't just talk about bleak things. We also bring interesting people. To interview an answer, our questions and shed light on stuff that we don't normally talk about. This is the worst year ever on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to movie crush production of iheartradio. Hey everybody. Welcome to movie crush Friday interview addition. We've got Andy Sierra. Virtually in my basement this week Andy is an old friend of mine. told the story of bunch, but if you have not heard. Andy his older brother. Joey. Were in the band Henry Clay people and they became friends of mine through the stuff you should know podcast. In. Recorded the theme song to our TV show as well as having me on stage to play with them and me going to see them a bunch of times and They're just good dudes and Andy. is now a movie writer everybody here that great new movie that's out right now on Hulu and drive in you you called Palm. Springs. Starring Andy Sandberg, and it's really great and I'm super excited and proud and kind of blown away that Andy has. Dipped his toe in the pond as a screenwriter and Has had such success. So quickly, really really great. It doesn't always go that way. Andy. Knows that he's very humble sweet guy and I'm sure you will love him as much as I do. So here we go with Andy. CIARA on the great great movie from two thousand and fifteen force measure. Are you doing how you guys hanging in there? You know it's. So. Weird time I. Feel. Lucky that. To kind of break up monotony, you know we we had to move during this whole pandemic in quarantine oh. Yeah. I was GonNa ask if that was. Yeah, we moved to Eagle Rock from Colbert. Ourselves, into a corner because the the new baby coming in five weeks now. Forgotten amandas doctor. In Our hospital is on this side of town. So we just we all knew we had to, I mean for the past whatever eight months seven months we knew that we had to move by summer for this baby and right We did not know that the world will be shutting down. So it. made it a little more difficult Where over in Eagle or you don't have to name your address but where in Eagle Rock generally we are in the the. Armpit of the of the two and the one thirty four up behind that than target they're never actually ben up on that. Hill there. I didn't really know I. Knew it existed 'cause I drove by it. So many times but IT'S A it's A. Quiet, neighborhood up here and yeah, it's like the old I think fifty subdivision that has just now been like you know is gone through the whole renovation process over the past twenty years and it's Very kind neighbors a walkable but but still hilly and I don't know I'm into data. Totally. I love. It Man I'm glad to know exactly where you're talking about look what I'm wearing today in honor of. My Henry Clay people t shirt. Appreciate. Everyone knows the story. So I'm not going to bore the listeners for the time with how we met. But I did want to talk a little bit about your grownup life and what what it was like always interested in the culture of the household and how movies and in TV and stuff comes your way as. Well Where to begin I I. Mean I think Pretty Sure that my dad? took me to see Batman now is a very first movie I saw in the theater in which. Nineteen eighty nine. Okay and I. That's what I've been told. I don't know if that's just you know. The story that's been told throughout the years the. But I mean to me. When. We we moved from Whittier. In. May End of May of ninety three. To, Yorba Linda orange county birthplace of. Richard Nixon some something. They are still proud about for some reason Yeah. Birthplace of southern California conservatism. It's weird that I like I like, why does he get library? and. We moved there in end of May of ninety three I was. at the end of my second grade year and we we moved during the you know the top summer. So and I was a kid and Joey and I were not close buds yet. Joey, my older brother I know I know you to? Sure. We weren't close yet. Now I didn't have the courage to go knock on neighbors doors to like you know come hang out and play Yeah. And since I wasn't an, we weren't the third grade has started yet. I didn't have like the forced friendships that come with school psychologists I was. A lonely. Find. But still lonely depressed. But again, it's not that the press has done. A fine middle class kid. Sure. And then on June Eleventh Ninety three my dad took Minister Jurassic. Park and then A. Changed. Change everything. I knew that was a big big. It was taken already. So therefore, I can't we can't talk about that today. I've talked about that one to death. My mom and then my mom's best friend gamy her that summer or maybe that Christmas gamy. Her by old vhs shoulder mounted camera and I started making much of short films like I'm really bad bad. Short Films Mike and I would convince my my teachers throughout the end of elementary school into high school to like. Let me. Incentive writing book reports Let me do like A. Let me do the in game but a five minute short of the West and Gamer Romeo and Juliet or an hiring. We did the crucible make but just making a little short films about it I ask for like the way movies came into my life it was my. I remember I remember very clearly from Jurassic Park up until. You Know Ninety seven ninety eight I was very much of my dad's son. In the yeah we. Really Wild. I I remember seeing this double feature of twister and mission impossible at our theater.

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"andy sierra" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast

The No Budget Filmcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on The No Budget Filmcast

"On An. everything's so. So well, put together uneven the end. Gagging at the end of the season. Perfect. Cherry on top him I'm surprised you liked it a hall I would have you know usually you're not a fan of these types of comedies I mean like it's not true. It's a comedy. It's funny I mean if you're comparing it to the man is an inanimate, it's a it's. Definitely better than that. But. This is kind of quirky comedy. But yeah, I mean, like you said, it's it's it is taking from films you know as films that have been done before. So it's not necessarily totally original and it's funny 'cause the writer is Andy Sierra and he wrote this, he was studying in the American autism. He's in the second year in in college the original concepts and he did an overweight is based on groundhog day but there's a lot odor films that are similar the time loop. So it's Original. Yeah. But but it's funny 'cause I didn't actually watch the trader or read anything basis. I know by the time to do so semi I started watching it. Like why is this guy? I think he interrupts the wedding in the first news. So. So it's like, why is this something going to happen here and it's like, oh, it's the timeline film and I absolutely Lo- groundhog day I love timely films. What is Just something that I just they just. Doesn't look the narrative structure of the joining the go back over there? No was so unique. Didn't expect was that the book got caught fascinating do grand update. It's only it's only the main Annemarie. Yeah because Fascinating. Reading the writer because he don't Grind Hump Day it starts off just before the heat he does Sam worry kind of Harris before but this it just goes straight into US and What he did on purpose because he wants it to be like kind of a sequel to the film you know he didn't want to have a nourish breaking before the time loop starts directly interest on purpose he wants to distinguish it from grants days wealthy new to be comparisons but Naito it was fascinating that they're both there, and then we saw the third guy was in the loop as well I love that. And I thought the I don't I don't watch him. Was it nine what's series called something nine, one, the actor in Adam Andy mentioned it and. Nine Nine Brooklyn. Mines I received that I never seen doctor before he finally someone is comedic ours on Saturday night live for a number of years as well. We'll see see I wouldn't have seen not eater. Clips suppose but I just think he's an. Him and Christine Sorry. With just their their whole chemistry between them was amazing like they're both amazing comedic actors and the way they bounce off each other Christine she's actually she actually end up starchy the very minor character in the background I didn't realize coming to us as again, have must the trader? But it was just I loved both together, there were just works. So while they bounced off each other. So it's quite interesting because this film as well. It Sam, it was premiered in Sundance last year or the year before or twenty, twenty, twenty, eight I think but. It was a high sales high sold film at Sundance is picked up by Neon Hula..

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"andy sierra" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

"Have so much fun together there. So he is so hilarious in this movie, probably my favorite part of the movie, and then you get a little a little sneaking up performance from Peter Gallagher who is one of the best I mean you just love him every time he's on screen. You're always like that I? Wished that Remind Dad Peter Gallagher is the dad that everybody wishes they had and he's really capable of just just rounding out a film And that's really cool I think. That I would give this movie probably a solid B. B. minus. On a Friday night when you're at home with somebody who you love or you're at home with nobody at all and you just watching this simple movie after eating. You know maybe a little Chinese you pop that bad boy on. You'll go to bed happy and I think that's what everybody's looking for right now us a low budget comedy. Again, I've been I will preach the low budget comedy necessity for the longest time ninety minutes five, million dollar budget boom that is going to be the formula going forward and I, think that they did a good job of this. They didn't knock it out of the park they didn't reinvent. They didn't invent the wheel they didn't reinvent the wheel they just. Did what we watch which is. A fun. Easygoing simple comedy But yeah they struck gold because we are all at home right now or most of us are at home it now just looking for something to watch. and. Looking for something new something different or something that reminds us for something old but he's new. And that's awesome like I I'm not looking for everything to be and I may destroy you. A. Perry. Mason like I talked about last episode I'm not looking for some everything to be Oscar worthier worthy. Sometimes just a really fun Rom Com that you can talk about for a week is the thing to watch. And I would definitely recommend popping on Palm Springs and just just taking it easy for a little bit and I think I think. I think you'll enjoy it I. DO I really really do You know I also appreciate that you know it's it's it's a couple of filmmakers who we don't know a ton of and are getting their do, which is really cool. Andy Sierras is a screenwriter of this movie. I don't know a single other thing. He's written. You know. So this is his first. His first real go into something that that has has some weight which is really cool and same with the director, the director Max Barbeque Oh. He Ain't done nothing too big He's just buddies with the writer and they made this movie and Andy Sandberg Sambergen Christie Mealy Ati signed up So support some some newer artists and kick back and laugh a little bit at at Palm Springs I. Think I think it's a really good watch and. Yeah, I think dare I say I'm turning into Andy Sandberg Fan slowly but surely hopefully, it doesn't screw it up on the next one. Golden state media concepts bring you book review podcast Expi- haven for bookworm of all ages and the whitest genres from mystery to memoirs. To Comedy Fantasy Scifi. To read, this is the podcast. It's the Golden State. Media concepts book. Review podcast..

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Apathetic Enthusiasm

Apathetic Enthusiasm

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Apathetic Enthusiasm

"No, actually, it's not that'll be that'll be our fourth topic. I was actually doing a lot of the time. Okay. All right, but but. He's not actually watch it. No, I know I did A and you won't have watched things that I watched which will. Absolutely. Absolutely. So. This is a movie that came out For Hulu directed by MAC's bar back. Cow It's got Andy Sandberg Kristen Mealy. MEALY OT. Yeah. who I. I'm sorry I'm always just GonNa know her as the mother. From how I met your mother Oh, yeah Went through a phase in my house where we binge watch all of how? I. Met your mother and ultimately this actress ended up being them. So if you watch that show, you know we were talking about but the wikipedia article describes Palm Springs as a twenty twenty American romantic comedy film. Directed by MAC's bar back. BACO. written by Andy. Sierra, and It's it would have premiered or had its world premiere at Sundance in January, and then it was got a selected released. But now is out digitally on Hulu Basically, this is a groundhogs day movie. Classic Classic Groundhog Day scenario where Andy Sandberg is at a Palm Springs House. He wakes up with his girlfriend She's getting ready to be in their friend's wedding. And we quickly discover that indie Sandberg's character has been reliving this day for a considerable amount of time and the way that they reveal it in the film is kind of like like you know what's happening. They're not trying to hide it from you but by the end of that day. He. Unwittingly ends up. Bringing. One of the the actual sister of the bride. Played by Kristen multi. into the time loop with him. and so now you experience this groundhog's Day sort of story. But it's a little bit different right now, you have two people that are going through it. You have one person that's been doing it for a really long time, and then someone else who is new and is just being exposed to it. But groundhog's Day has been a favorite movie of mine for a really long time shirt. And that? That that concept of how would you act? How would you behave if he were repeating the same day over and over again? What would you do? What choice? What do? They they add some really interesting. Questions to that in terms of what would it be like if you had another person experiencing that with you what if one was more experienced in that scenario than the other and what if there was a third person that was also repeatedly trying to torture and kill you So all of these things happen But. Yeah, it's. It's. It's a romantic comedy too. So there's Love. How. Checked out Brandon's check the you said the said.

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"andy sierra" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"Host should Nanda and today I have quite an exciting announcement. So some of you might know. I fled to Singapore when the US started. Collapsing March. and. Singapore has been pretty good so far. We opened up a few weeks ago. I've been eating out at restaurants again. which I thought I wouldn't be a reality for at least another six months I'm very grateful for that. But one of the restrictions that are easy. That eased up this week where? On cinemas. And believe it or not. I went to the cinema to watch a movie yesterday. and. We're going to talk about that, but we'll before we do I wanNA talk. I WanNa take this episode talk about. The mind the year so far and some of the new movies that came out this week and last week. Especially because I didn't get a chance to talk about. Some of the new releases outside of the old, guard. Last episode because of Matt. I hope you guys enjoyed his appearance. Because I certainly loved having him on again. PODCAST filmmakers, history is out on spotify and my first episode. An appearance on that is also there so be sure to check out the Bambi episode. But we're going to start this episode by discussing the new Andy Sandberg Movie Palm Springs. Then we're GONNA move onto the new Tom Hanks movie. Greyhound Featuring his son chat hangs by the way. And following that we're going to talk about the movie that I watched them. The Cinema Mr Jones. We'll close after this episode by talking about. Five of my favorite films of the year so far but I want preface by saying that I have not seen so many movies, but you know that's what this is all about I'm going to keep watching. Hopefully you'll keep listening to me. Talk about them, but for now let's get into it. Let's start with the first movie of the week. Palm Springs. So Palm Springs is the story of Niles. You know he's a classic and December. Character is like sad boy. We can't help him. Begins the day his girlfriend's best friend's wedding, and seemingly sort of wades through the Monday and motions of at all until you save Sarah the bride's black sheep, sister played by Christopher Milady. From having to make a speech that she is drunk to make home. Leads out of the wedding until a few events lead Sarah Joining Niles into an unlimited groundhog day style purgatory. Now this movie is directed by Max Barbecue and written by Andy Sierra. who have been a filmmaking do uh since their days at AF I. And was the most expensive acquisition at Sundance last year. At seventeen point, five million dollars and sixty nine cents in classic lonely island fashion. Now this movie comes from. A Jonah of its own the groundhog day. Purgatory movie. Fifty first dates comes to mind. Edge of tomorrow gears of war before I fall happy death day even Russian on TV. This has been done so many times before. But. Barbara Accountants Sierra. They beg to ask the question this film. What if moral lesson like it is in groundhog? and so many of these other movies and TV shows what if that moral lesson isn't enough to change the predicament of our hero? In this case, heroes. Now this this don't take the concept of one person in complete purgatory and doubles it. I imagine spending the rest of your life in eternity with a stranger it's. Like imagining ranged marriage almost. Like Herald Ramos meets John Pulsar tra-. It's no exit means groundhog day. It's fantastic. The comedy also about isolation and reputation, which obviously doesn't sound very appealing at this time, because most of us are also living lives full of isolation repetition, but don't let that dissuade you from watching this movie. It's it's the movie that represents the burnt-out feeling. The world feeling. We're all tired. Every everyday's the same. We. Wake up to screens in occasional bursts of daylight for me barely any day at all because I'm staying up all night. You know we. Worry, about whether or not we've taken our mask Try to refit community activities to be done in isolation. You know we're not in the little time loop right now. But it definitely feels like one. And, this is why where palm springs come to our comes to rescue. At this point. millennials like the stars of this film are approaching their thirties. The thirties or an age that were also leads to sort of. Believe into. Being the age of stability when we all settle down, find the right person. Look into getting married. That's what the traditional sort of thirties are like but this stability just doesn't seem to be coming anytime soon. Especially, considering what's going on outside? But. That's what makes it so good. What makes bomb spring so good and stand out is that it's? Not that concern with the fact that the characters are stuck in a time loop. Obviously there, it's all encompassing. It's everpresent but. It's also a fact of life the same way we've come to accept our predicament right now with children at home. You know it. Does this by introducing the main character Niles as having already? been living in it. and we only sort of learn about it the same way I discussed the old guard and their narrative tradition of entering a new. Sort of realm through the eyes of a new character. We only learn about this huge gimmick, because something weird happens because Sarah, this is her sister of the bride. Get strapped in the as well. Malaysia is excellent. She gives depth and complexity to this character. That could've so easily been a manic pixie dream. Girl shot out the Casey for dissecting that in his last episode because honestly. What what a brilliant section of that! So. Many points that I didn't even think about. But this is a character that definitely could have ended up in unroll. Another thing that this film does is. You don't see any references to groundhog day. You know at least not verbally does. There's no mention of it and groundhog day as a concept is so well known that if anyone was to even get stuck in something like this, even in a movie, the writers first choice would probably be like Oh. Okay, maybe I'm in Groundhog Day. The fact that Sandberg alludes to this, but doesn't actually say it, you know. He says it's one of those infinite time loop situations. You might have heard about the Sarah in the beginning. That's one of the little things that makes this movie so subtly. Funny. This movie also features Achey Simmons now you can't talk about his role without spoilers but I will say. Fantastic performance with the pivotal role. And Dale dickey also shows up as a biker chick proving the cheese. An. Versatile incredibly reliable character, actress. and. Sandberg.

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Filmspotting

"That's a bit from the trailer for the new horror film relic. It's the feature directing debut of Natalie Erica James. It starts emily mortimer as a woman who returns to her remote family home. When her elderly mother goes missing there, she discovers a sinister presence haunting the house. It's always sinister presence. Why do they go? Yeah, I know, and of course she discovers her mother relic had. Had Its debut at the Sundance Film. Festival back in January spent a week earlier this month, playing exclusively in drive in movie theaters where there, I could at least probably have someone else in the car and lots of people around me to make me feel a little less scared. It's now available on demand where you watched it Josh. Did you have debbie or someone else to? Make, you feel safe insecure as you watch relic. And what did you think no? It actually reminded me of how I revisited a the Blair witch project I i. was kind of a alone in a room with it on my laptop pulled down the shades because it wasn't quite yet but I wanted that night. Derek experience and this got to me this worked. I mean the ambiance worked, but the movie works as well. This is so so good I'm really excited about relic. I think it's worth golden brick consideration considering this is Natalie Erica James Feature. Debut and speaking of future debuts. It shares a lot in common with movie I. Like quite a bit Ari. Astor's. Not only for the way it explores mother daughter relationships, as you described Adam, but also just the command of the craft coming out of the gate here, James Handles pacing and composition, and really has the sort of patients that I appreciate in a horror film maker. That's my kind of horror film. There's a moment here. That had me gas that had me respond like it was a jump scare like physically, but she wasn't using jump scare tactics. It's it was really just the framing. Framing and a slight gesture I'm not going to give it away, but anyone who sees relic is probably gonNA. Know what I'm talking about. It made me realize what I thought I was seeing is actually something firefighter creepy and I don't think there's any music being used to Kinda like goose the moment, so so yeah, I, think James is a real talent here and another reason a substantial reason, maybe a more substantial reason. I'm so high on this than the craft is that? It's like so many horror movies. This is built around guilt in a really fascinating way that that got under my skin, and it's the guilt of Mortimer's character. The daughter that she hasn't been as attentive to her mother as she should. especially as she begins to suffer the effects of aging and anyone who has had aging parents, or in my case, grandparents and you face some of these questions you know th this is something that's really emotionally complicated and relic, while being incredibly scary dives into those complications as things, progress and get worse. The movie eventually comes to portrayed dementia this demonic force, but it doesn't turn the mother who's played by Robyn Nevin into a monster. A lesser film probably would have done again. It complicates things. There's a powerhouse emotional ending to this that is all about coming to terms with how to love in ageing parent who is shockingly changed, so that's relic again from director Natalie Erica James and if you're into horror, but even I mean it gets. It gets pretty grotesque, so if you're not in the more I don't know if this is. Is going to win you over but if you're open to it, it offers a lot more than you might expect just by the plot description, or or you know maybe the trailer, even relic is available to rent on demand on most platforms will add it to our golden brick list which you can check out over at film spotting Dot Net, just click on lists, and as long as Sarah is by my side I might just give it a whirl here, Josh So. There's another film that I greeted Sundance this year. That we both caught up with. It's the new existential comedy. Palm Springs Stars Andy Sandberg and Christopher Liatti. It's directed by Max. Barbeque cow written by Andy Sierra it was a big success at the fest. It was acquired by Hulu for several millions of dollars, and it came to the serves over the weekend, according to lose own press release, it was a big success breaking the streaming services record for his watched over its opening weekend. Let's hear a bit from the trailer..

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Channel 33

"The. it's the definition of a movie. Austin. And it's funny because you know when that movie was playing festivals last year. They don't inspired reportedly inspired a lot of walkouts just because it's such a harrowing. Film to watch here you sort of have the luxury pausing fest forwarding I did not do those might. Someone's pause defined needed a break or something, but. Yeah you can, you can sort of of. You can control the viewing experience in a way that. Is Not great for that experience? Do you think it leads you to write different reviews or read your reviews differently? I try not to any. You're always trying to recapture that sense of immersion. You're trying to simulate the experience of watching a theater as best you can and. But then it makes me think about my my colleagues. Write television who are used to this? You know it's like they always watching it at home and that meet in, you know. The difference between the two media. Which of course we know is getting blurrier all the time. I do try to write about I. It's funny. It's a way of. Preserving preserving some semblance of normalcy at the same time. because. We are trying to document the strange moment It's a chance to get a little more personal in in your reviews I. Dare say personal in your essays, and not you know it's not a really a a diary. Stick kind of. Thing and nothing no shades of those. Who are I've just? That's just not me and I'm not. I wouldn't be very good at it if I tried but but there's a chance to note. Everything strikes differently these days. You know the the stories we're watching course. Spike US differently. Lines of dialogue from boulder movies play weirdly now when you think about the this time of quarantine and pandemic in protest to everything that has happened in twenty twenty so it actually you know. Sometimes, I try to write a little more honestly and just Alabama. Honestly, but just more directly about this is weird. Isn't it everyone you know this and yeah watching this one I? I don't think I have to put that. You mentioned the whole a know watching my living room or anything but Definitely. You need to have the freedom to let. The real world shape your response to things and to write about that response, because of course was happening over sure I notice. You wrote this in your review of Palm Springs arriving now at a moment of mass quarantine. Barbara Cowan Andy. Sierras vision of stasis isolation can't help but take on suggestive new layers, so it plays differently right. It's not only the the fact that you're watching it at home, but we're watching it during a quarantine, and of course that's in your mind somewhere. Yeah, am that was a movie where I did not see palm springs at Sundance where for premiered where? I know krona virus was kind of on the horizon, but nobody really very few people expected. We would be here right now and so they wouldn't have necessarily had those associations when they were watching that movie for the first time. And now it's funny I. Don't know if it makes makes them a lot. I don't think it makes it better or worse. It just plays a little different than maybe a does. Incline you to watch that movie more now or maybe it pushes you away for mean. The movie is very charming and fun, but maybe you feel like I. Don't this does not sound like something I want to watch right now. Yeah, I don't want any more layers grow. EXACTLY LAYERS BAD ENOUGH ETO! We remove the layers. Are. House got to buy tweeted or maybe sub tweeted this earlier in the week halfway decent films released directly to streaming are given way too much critical attitude in my opinion. Is He right? Do you think I saw that tweet from Scott I love Scott and I don't think he's entirely wrong. I think that Because I felt. When I read that I. Don't know if I felt some tweeted because I.

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Fresh Air

"To a standstill are film critic Justin. Chang says it could be an especially good time to watch palm springs, a romantic comedy about two people forced to repeat the same day. Over and over again it stars Andy Sandberg, and Kristen, Milly Odi it streaming on Hulu and playing in some drive in theaters around the country. Palm Springs a hot ticket at this year's Sundance Film Festival one of the last public events to take place before the movie industry shutdown. I didn't see it there, but having caught up with it months later at home I can't help but feel as though this breezily entertaining movie. Please a little differently in the era of covid nineteen. It's a comedy. About is the LATIAN repetition which might not sound too appealing at a time when many of us are also leading lives of isolation and repetition. But don't let that dissuade you. This first feature directed by Max barbeque cow, and written by Andy Sierra turns out to be a total winner, Sharp, funny, and even profound in a sneakily offhand way. The story is a riff on that Herald Ramos Classic Groundhog Day in which Bill Murray had to keep replaying the same day until he learned to become a selfless person, but palm springs is trying to push that message. It knows that just getting through life with your dignity intact can be hard enough. That's certainly true for Sarah played by Kristen me not who's serving as maid of honor in her sister's wedding in the California desert town of Palm Springs. S Sarah Drinks too much and stumbles her way through the reception. She finds herself intrigued by one of the Guests Niles played by Andy, Sandberg. Niles is kind of a goofball, but also manages to work the room with disarming ease. It's almost as if he's been through this event before and knows everything that's going to happen. Sarah finds out why when she follows him that night into a mysterious cave out in the desert. Within seconds she's waking up the next morning only to find that. It's actually the same morning as before the morning of the wedding. Time has reset itself. In a panic Sarah Trucks Down Niles at the hotel where they're staying. He explains that when she entered the cave, she made a big mistake because he followed me. What's going on? I tried to stop. But, what is this? When is this? Yeah. About that so. This is today. Today is yesterday and tomorrow is also today. It's one of. Infinite time loop situations you might have heard about. That I might have heard about. There's been a lot of those infinite time loop situations in recent movies and TV. Some of them excellent like the Tom. Cruise Action Thriller Edge of tomorrow in the NETFLIX's mystery series. Russian doll. The pop savvy makers of Palm Springs clearly no those stories and suspect that you might know them to. As a result, they're able to jettison a lot of the usual exposition about how this world works and simply cut to the chase. Sarah is eager to bust out of the time loop but Niles. WHO's been stuck here for ages tries to dissuade her. Virtuous acts won't work. Suicide won't work although that doesn't Stop Sarah driving straight into the path of an oncoming truck just to see what happens. Eventually Niles persuades her to stop fighting the space time continuum, and just enjoy their time together, and so she does with the threat of permanent removed. These two misfits are suddenly free to embrace the craziness of every moment. Sometimes, they blow off the wedding to go on long desert drives and hang out in bars. Sometimes they stick around for the wedding, so they can play tricks on the guests. WHO WON'T REMEMBER ANYTHING ANYWAY? The guests are played by fine actors. Including Peter Gallagher June squibb and Meredith Hagner. J. K. Simmons also gives a terrific wildcard performance as a guy who POPs up at the wedding on Sundays, but not others for reasons that the story will soon make amusingly clear. As fiendishly clever, as it is on the surface, palm springs has a pretty straightforward takeaway, since life can sometimes be pointless and tedious whether you're stuck in a time loop or not, you might as well spend it with someone you love. It's pretty good advice. Even Still Sarah doesn't know how much longer she can stand being trapped in this desert purgatory, especially since Niles seem so lazily resigned as fate. I won't give away whether they succeed in escaping or not I will say that the movie doesn't entirely avoid a tired gender dynamic in which a smart determined woman has to expend a lot of emotional and mental energy, and just to get her boyfriend to WanNa move forward. But I love the way the actors conspired subvert that Dynamic Sandberg isn't that's Hilarious as he was in the Music Biz? Satire pop star never stopped never stopping, but he does have the whole. Doofus slacker routine down Pat. But, he's eclipsed by Milly Ot, a versatile performer who won a grammy for the Broadway musical once, and who can turn from madcap comedy to breathtaking emotion on a dime. I'd watch her. Any Day. Justin Chang is a film critic at the L. A. Times. Tomorrow on fresh air. Our guest will be Jane Mayer in her new article in The New Yorker she writes about how packing and poultry processing plants have been hard hit by the pandemic, and she investigates how trump helped one poultry processing titan leverage the pandemic to strip workers of protections. Hope.

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'Palm Springs' Romantic Comedy Is A Total Winner For The Lockdown Era

Fresh Air

05:30 min | 1 year ago

'Palm Springs' Romantic Comedy Is A Total Winner For The Lockdown Era

"Are film critic Justin. Chang says it could be an especially good time to watch palm springs, a romantic comedy about two people forced to repeat the same day. Over and over again it stars Andy Sandberg, and Kristen, Milly Odi it streaming on Hulu and playing in some drive in theaters around the country. Palm Springs a hot ticket at this year's Sundance Film Festival one of the last public events to take place before the movie industry shutdown. I didn't see it there, but having caught up with it months later at home I can't help but feel as though this breezily entertaining movie. Please a little differently in the era of covid nineteen. It's a comedy. About is the LATIAN repetition which might not sound too appealing at a time when many of us are also leading lives of isolation and repetition. But don't let that dissuade you. This first feature directed by Max barbeque cow, and written by Andy Sierra turns out to be a total winner, Sharp, funny, and even profound in a sneakily offhand way. The story is a riff on that Herald Ramos Classic Groundhog Day in which Bill Murray had to keep replaying the same day until he learned to become a selfless person, but palm springs is trying to push that message. It knows that just getting through life with your dignity intact can be hard enough. That's certainly true for Sarah played by Kristen me not who's serving as maid of honor in her sister's wedding in the California desert town of Palm Springs. S Sarah Drinks too much and stumbles her way through the reception. She finds herself intrigued by one of the Guests Niles played by Andy, Sandberg. Niles is kind of a goofball, but also manages to work the room with disarming ease. It's almost as if he's been through this event before and knows everything that's going to happen. Sarah finds out why when she follows him that night into a mysterious cave out in the desert. Within seconds she's waking up the next morning only to find that. It's actually the same morning as before the morning of the wedding. Time has reset itself. In a panic Sarah Trucks Down Niles at the hotel where they're staying. He explains that when she entered the cave, she made a big mistake because he followed me. What's going on? I tried to stop. But, what is this? When is this? Yeah. About that so. This is today. Today is yesterday and tomorrow is also today. It's one of. Infinite time loop situations you might have heard about. That I might have heard about. There's been a lot of those infinite time loop situations in recent movies and TV. Some of them excellent like the Tom. Cruise Action Thriller Edge of tomorrow in the NETFLIX's mystery series. Russian doll. The pop savvy makers of Palm Springs clearly no those stories and suspect that you might know them to. As a result, they're able to jettison a lot of the usual exposition about how this world works and simply cut to the chase. Sarah is eager to bust out of the time loop but Niles. WHO's been stuck here for ages tries to dissuade her. Virtuous acts won't work. Suicide won't work although that doesn't Stop Sarah driving straight into the path of an oncoming truck just to see what happens. Eventually Niles persuades her to stop fighting the space time continuum, and just enjoy their time together, and so she does with the threat of permanent removed. These two misfits are suddenly free to embrace the craziness of every moment. Sometimes, they blow off the wedding to go on long desert drives and hang out in bars. Sometimes they stick around for the wedding, so they can play tricks on the guests. WHO WON'T REMEMBER ANYTHING ANYWAY? The guests are played by fine actors. Including Peter Gallagher June squibb and Meredith Hagner. J. K. Simmons also gives a terrific wildcard performance as a guy who POPs up at the wedding on Sundays, but not others for reasons that the story will soon make amusingly clear. As fiendishly clever, as it is on the surface, palm springs has a pretty straightforward takeaway, since life can sometimes be pointless and tedious whether you're stuck in a time loop or not, you might as well spend it with someone you love. It's pretty good advice. Even Still Sarah doesn't know how much longer she can stand being trapped in this desert purgatory, especially since Niles seem so lazily resigned as fate. I won't give away whether they succeed in escaping or not I will say that the movie doesn't entirely avoid a tired gender dynamic in which a smart determined woman has to expend a lot of emotional and mental energy, and just to get her boyfriend to WanNa move forward. But I love the way the actors conspired subvert that Dynamic Sandberg isn't that's Hilarious as he was in the Music Biz? Satire pop star never stopped never stopping, but he does have the whole. Doofus slacker routine down Pat. But, he's eclipsed by Milly Ot, a versatile performer who won a grammy for the Broadway musical once, and who can turn from madcap comedy to breathtaking emotion on a dime. I'd watch her. Any Day. Justin Chang is a film critic at the L. A. Times.

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"andy sierra" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark. There's Charles W Chuck Bryant right over there. Jerry is out there somewhere and this is. You should know. You Know Chuck I have to say yes, every once in a while the amazing theme song from our short lived television show comes into my head. And it'll just. It's just a complete earworm. Yeah just hear the end of it over and over and over again, and it's actually pretty pleasant doesn't bother me I love. It I haven't heard that song in a while. Well you need to go listen. That was the Henry Clay. People Right. Yeah our buddies Joey and Andy Sierra. California Boys Southern California boys men, didn't didn't they? Like Harvard or something crazy like that? Joey ended up going to Harvard in I. Think Andy Afi and then Joey I think went back to film school. and. They're both writing screenwriting. Man That's great end. He's got. He brought the this Andy Sandberg movie that's, coming out soon. Really, which one? What's IT called It is called Palm Springs, I think. Any Rhodesia Yeah Dude. That's fantastic congratulations and he wrote on the TV show lodge forty nine. Yeah, I haven't seen that brings, but that that guy. Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn Son. I love that Guy Yeah. One of the coolest people walking around on the planet today yeah, I haven't seen lodge forty-nine supposed to be awesome and. Andy was a writer's assistant, and then ended up on the staff, and they're both doing great man. That's great congratulations, both you guys get a little baby now. They're both married. Nice man. That's nice, and that's an update on the Sierra Club is. Let's see what else what how does it? How did that come into your head? Though the song like what made you think of that? Nothing I was just out back like mowing the lawn with my big old lawnmower and it just popped in my head. I was probably thinking of something I had to do. That had to do with stuff you should know. And I thought severe should know and I thought it I thought it as stuff. You should know it. This is displayed on a loop. This is the second time that you mentioned the size of your lawnmower. Now you just gotTa send me a picture. It's one of these things that you stand. No. It wheels year round like some weird land speeder. You mean like a skaggs or the now this is just a good old fashioned Toro that is because it's gas powered I got it like on super discount because everybody's making like really good electric lawn mowers. Yeah, but this one was you know it was on discount and I like the look of. good-looking Mora. Style with me, he's red. Yep Yeah, Red Torres Yeah. It's Nice, takes you back to days of paper routes. Can, I thought you were mentioning the song because you were thinking of the Song Flagpole, Sitta. By Harvey Danger. No I wasn't. at all, okay? But that's a great segue, because it just so happens, and you may be aware of this for talking about flagpole sitting day in this episode. Trite and I've been singing that song in my head all day. Now I, don't I don't know that song you know it. It was a well, maybe not it was. It was a top forty hit in the nineties. Kind of during the GRUNGE era it was it was a power pop hit that kind of. From Hurricane Dan Dan Dan Dan Dan. Dan. Dan. Dan Dan! No by band actually covers like it. It's a fun song. Okay. That's great. I'm going to have to go. Listen to it. because I. Feel like I'm missing out. But what? That song is this song about? Flagpole sitting is about shipwreck Kellyanne, particularly now it's not, but it does have one line that says running it up the flagpole and see. That's the only time it references. flagpoles at all sees what. Who salutes, but no one ever does I. Think is an ex line. Rings a Bill I can and then I was again to the mirror. Clearer, share on it up the flagpole and see who salutes, but no one ever does yeah I'm not sick, but. Harvey Danger Danger Okay Yeah. That's a great Song I love it. Who Fellow podcasting infringe John Roderick actually Sean Nelson was a friend of his and Seattle May. He played bass for a little while and Harvey danger. Oh Wow Manziel, coming I, so I got one more for you what you used to have that song and I don't know where I downloaded it from. This would have been probably back in the napster days or something low and it was mislabeled Brian Jonestown massacre and I was always like this. Not Sound like Brian Jonestown massacre now I know most definitely wasn't Brian Jonestown massacre. All Right? We haven't even talked about flagpole sitting it. No we have which is a a crime because it's actually one of the more interesting, Weirdo fads that ever come this way in America was in the twenties started we actually we know who patient zero was a fight sitting, and it's easy to tell because it is such a bizarre thing to do. That if you can find the person who who who did it i. who claims to have done it I there probably correct, and in this case you can trace it back to sometime around January of Nineteen, twenty four, supposedly potentially in Hollywood California part of Los Angeles and there was a man named Alvin Shipwreck Kelly who supposedly climbed up on flagpole as part of promotion for movie in Sat there for full thirteen hours and thirteen minutes to help draw crowd and boy. Did he ever Yeah Which? sounds like a long time to sit on a flagpole, but that is kid stuff. Yeah compared to where this. Yeah for sure. That's an APERITIF. Good first attempt you know. Yeah, and so you know. It sounds strange. Because when you think of a flagpole, you're like what are they sitting on its for its modified flagpole, basically there different kinds, but usually it's sort of like a Barstool at the top of flagpole and it's that low fi, and you climate up there in you sit. and. That's all you do. That's why I mean whatever else you WanNa do while sure either yourself or whatever that's up to you, but as far as being considered a flag pole sitter. That's it you sit on top of a flagpole for as long as you can. All right, so let's talk about this guy because shipwreck, Kelly was A. Pretty interesting character. And I have to say there's a memory palace episode about him that specifically in listen to beforehand because it didn't wanNA unconsciously, rip it off. Into that Yeah Oh. Buddy, nate. I'M GONNA check that out for sure. So, Kelly he was born Allah wishes Anthony Kelly in new. York City in Hell's kitchen tenement in eighteen, ninety three, and had a very sad start to.

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"andy sierra" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"andy sierra" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"You know the cool thing about today's movie is that it's funny again and again and again to the point that it gets repetitive over and over and over, and by the way this is a plus not a minus in the world of Palm Springs Howdy I'm Jeff Goldsmith and this is the QNA. My agenda is simple each week I plan to bring you in depth insights. Insights into the creative process of storytelling. You don't folks I was there in the room. You'll hear me say later. I'm not bragging I'm just trying to give you the energy because we're all socially distanced and we don't get to see films with each other anymore in it for the moment I was there at Sundance for their first big screening with twelve hundred people. People and the crowd lost it. I mean they went absolutely nuts as they should have. Because the movie was absolutely hilarious, fired on all cylinders, the performances were great. The writing and directing was great, not enough good things to say about it, so it was no surprise when it broke sundance records and sold for seventeen and a half, million dollars and sixty nine cents and we're going to talk about that today because we have director and curator Max, Barbakow, with us, and we also have a CO writer Andy Sierra with us, and you know maximum Andy really are a great team have been working together for a long time. They had a lot of great insights into this their process to make their first feature link film together and. I know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig. I hope you'll also check out back story magazine over at www dot backstory dot net. If you can believe it in all this madness with movie, still not being released into theaters, we are as a film magazine, still going to produce new issue issue number forty two, and we're working on it, and for those of you who want to experience who we are and what we? We do just go on over to backstory dot net, and you can even use code save five. That'll save you five dollars office subscription for one year it will give you access to about the years worth of past issues, and we're adding more into our archive, but for for now with the software update there's there's basically about a little over a year in there, and it'll give you access to the new stuff. We do over years well. At checkout at backstory dot net, you could use coupon code. Save Five that will give you access on the web via desktop or laptop. It will also give you access via an IPAD with those log in credentials if you have one and it's better few to subscribe it backstory than through apple, because it leaves more of your money in our pockets rather than apple, so thank you for that, but now without any further ado I hope you check out palm springs from Hulu, it is playing on Hulu. Obviously, it's drive ins around the nation. It is really worth your time. It's a hilarious movie. It's a great well-crafted love story. There's there's a lot. Lot to it that that I don't want to spoil it for you, but check it out and see what all the hype is about because now we're GONNA get into our conversation with Max and with Andy about their feature debut palm springs Andy Max I loved. I loved your film so congrats on that. And I was actually at Sundance at the ECCLES theater for your for screening and I I thought it was you know incredible. The crowd just went crazy for it so the energy in the room of just seeing it with a with a huge audience of twelve hundred people awesome, so congrats on that to both of you. I loved it We start with breaking in stories and I'm just curious your background. Did either of you study film in school or Theater? What what's what's your background? The drove down the path. I saw on June eleventh, Ninety Three addresses Barking Michael. It my my mom's best friend gaming shoulder Mount Camera. I seven at the time and I just spent the next in elementary school junior high school making. Little short films that The Romeo Juliet. MMA crucible and Richard Arabic Thea, so I always knew I wanted to do that then. In some to my older brother asked me to be in his indie rock band when I was a junior in high school Zayed's obviously said yes. And that kind of. Sent me down the. The touring indie rock band path for the next ten years mainly the next, the five years after I finished Undergrad. Ride did not did some creative writing classes in college I did not. Actively pursued film I kinda like sort interrupt. Where'd you go to school? I went to UC Irvine. And then Yeah I. My last final ran across the street. The ban ban has at the south by which started like the first of. Five years of doing laps around the country when the Dan. plateaued and My older brother and I decided. Today! I did not know what else to do other than. Give this film making thing a real shots like okay? What are some film score? decided to abide. By that. A couple of weeks before applications were doing I think it was the one that didn't require the gre taken the gre. Like I did not know what else to do with my lights the one thing that ever been passionate about was. Was Joan and Then television once onside saw the sopranos when it was taken out in one thousand, nine hundred. And at that point like I, just I knew I had to pursue this and give it a shot. In, that's what was. What was the camera that you were given at a young age? Just just before we move onto Max camera was. Oh, I can't I can't remember the brand of. Had one for the full vhs. Air. New Orleans Camera Yeah. This huge thing that I-, I-, warranty the ground, but it was you know it was that summer is where it's I.

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