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Anabel Englund Drops Debut Album Messing With Magic

Inside the Studio

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Anabel Englund Drops Debut Album Messing With Magic

"I'm so happy to welcome anna bill. England hang. Hey guys how are you. Oh well thank you so much for taking the time today. Your new record is incredible. It's called messing with magic. Which i think just right off. The bat is an incredible title. What does that mean to you. How would you define the magic well to me. Messing with magic is about kind of going against the grain. And because i feel like in society it's it's so often easier to accept that we dislike ourselves versus begging ourselves up or or being our number one fan and i kind of want to change the narrative into me messing with magic about like cutting out the bullshit finding yourself love and like saying like i love myself and i care about myself and i did this thing and it's amazing and being proud of yourself for that too so it's kind of a journey of self love and love with for other people and all that all that stuff. We definitely need more of that. I believe you said that this record is the debut of the beginning of me How do you feel that you've grown and change from all the incredible work and songs that's come before this. Yeah i mean before assigned to record. I was just making music to get it out and you know have a continuation of songs. I mean they all are still so important to me. But this debut is. The first cohesive unit that i was able to put out and it has some older songs i've written but also some newer songs that had just written with songwriters and producers that ultra had teamed up with so it was kind of like like i of say it was just kind of light chiseling away at all the pieces and then i ended up having this album and before people would say. What's your sound like. What would be your ideal song that you would make. And you know so i would have to go into meetings prepared to say why would cut up this song from the access. And take this song from robin. But then like how this bridge from. Madonna and really. It's like i can only figure out what my sound is by making

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"anna bill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The fox news channel more injuries reported after the missile strike on US troops in Iraq the defense department originally reported there were no casualties as a result of the strike earlier this month now officials say thirty four U. S. service members have been diagnosed with head injuries including traumatic brain injuries the military says symptoms were not immediately apparent and then in some cases the concussion like symptoms appeared days later after the troops have returned to their duties while others are still under observation in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox news do the right thing actress Rosie Perez told the jury Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial that fellow actress Anna bill if your a holder in the mid nineteen nineties and Harvey Weinstein had raped her but that she couldn't go to the police because he destroyer at first she said sure I didn't say it was wine theme but later divorced his name yesterday she already told jurors winds dean pushed his way into her New York apartment painter on a bed and forced himself on her in nineteen ninety three or nineteen ninety four he said per AS was one of the few people that she told before coming forward publicly in twenty seventeen wine theme denies ever having non consensual sex federal law enforcement headed to Houston to investigate an explosion that killed two people and damaged dozens of homes Houston police chief art Acevedo says the a TF will investigate why the Watson grinding in manufacturing plant exploded Friday morning you know it's due to the plants use of chemicals it is a highly regulated industry if we investigate we find.

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"anna bill" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"It was Friday five days after an stout called nine one one to report the death of her husband Bill you're on Chapter Beddoe road the scene there are valley county courthouse up the road in Hamilton Montana today's date is June fifteenth two thousand seven investigators were about to deliver some unpleasant news because after bill's death an autopsy had been done and according to the medical examiner bills it did not die on Sunday morning at around eight like the coroner on the scene had gas how did they know Broccoli that last meal and cooked for bill and Saturday night when he got back from his motorcycle ride it was one of his favorites steak Broccoli and data's and now said the medical examiner that last meal had told its story the stomach stops digestion gene had the moment of death yes what the medical examiner noticed was immediately upon seeing the stomach contents things at digest very quickly potatoes which they had and hadn't digested in fact uses fingers like this and he said that floor it's on the Broccoli still recognizable and those delicate things in our food are what you would see disappear I and they were still there meaning the Oh stop must've been shot to death after eating his last meal nine pm or soon after on Saturday night how did that change your theory of this crime at that point dramatically changed the landscape of the investigation because we now knew we were dealing with a very narrow window of time which became pretty evident was a window of time in which and was alone with bill the bill stout was killed when he was alone with an on Saturday night that changed everything install quite obviously had no idea what she was walking into whether attorney just offscreen here that day at the sheriff's office in this folder the results of our investigation can we pull up to the table together I wanna see very shirk of graphic thing is it wasn't just that last meal they wanted to talk to an about crime scenes do tend to tell a story even if sometimes it's hard to discern exactly what that story is and from the moment investigators walked into Anna Bill's house something didn't smell right about this one literally one of the pervading things spoken of by people who had been in the house early on was that there was a very powerful smell of bleach throughout the house almost like someone had been cleaning up and sure enough pretty soon they came across three loads of still wet laundry smelling strongly of bleach and stuffed into various places like in this laundry hamper and inside the hammer it's more than just closed what was a holster doing in there and a rubber glove what did they find that glove on the outside the glove hand on the inside of the glove DNA matching and stout of course there might have been an innocent answer these good have been her regular cleaning gloves who knew really but as for the holster it was made for a nine millimeter pistol and now things are about to get worse for an because remember that gun bill had reported missing from the safe just before his death it turned up to maybe fifty feet away from bills prostrate body handgun was found to be in the garage inside of one of the saddlebags on the bills motorcycle too big clue of course the gun the glove the cleanup was there another intrical explanation one that pointed not to and but to another person in the household maybe as the killer so far she'd had explanation for everything so maybe she had another one maybe coming up she happened the other way and in the hot seat I've got a time of death wasn't live when dateline continues.

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"anna bill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With U. S. employers adding two hundred twenty four thousand jobs so how did markets react what they went down the Dow lost forty four the nasdaq fell about eight the S. and P. five hundred lost five this is likely because the jobs report could dissuade the federal reserve from an expected interest rate cut that markets were expecting we'll hear from fed chair Jerome Powell later this week consumer credit for Macomb's out this afternoon analysts are forecasting an increase of fifteen point nine billion dollars that's after a seventeen and a half billion dollar gain in April Deutscher bankers started cutting eighteen thousand jobs as part of a major restructuring plan in what's being called one of the biggest overhaul to an investment bank since the worldwide financial crisis in two thousand eight Dodge a bank will get rid of its global equities business it'll also cut some of its fixed income operations Coles is now accepting Amazon returns the retailer says that bridge turned can be dropped off at any of their more than eleven hundred locations nationwide returns can be dropped off without even being boxed up Cole CEO calls this the company's biggest edition of the year your friendly neighborhood spider man is back on top of north Americans box office spider man far from home as a week number one movie in the US and Canada and earned an estimated a hundred eighty five million dollars in its first weekend in theaters coming in second Toy Story which may just over thirty four million dollars and third places the Beatles themed movie yesterday that sold nearly eleven million dollars in tickets rounding out the week's top five are Anna bill comes home and Disney's live action version of a Latin next money update coming up at five fifty five how watered K. away newsradio thank.

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"anna bill" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Not sure what is baby would have been if you'd watched a Texas chainsaw massacre the next generation, but if truck started doing an impersonation of Matthew mcconaughey, just screaming in, in this random kitchen. I want that movie. Now that I think about it. I think. How much does it cost to make a movie? Anybody listening right now? We're starting an indie gogo campaign right now. We wanna make this theoretical movie. Yes, we do. We need more matching Mikan. Hey, just going nuts for no real reason other than to chew scenery. And hopefully with killer doll. Now I wanna talk about serenity for an hour. The watch it and then I wanna talk about. I, I unfortunately read the Wikipedia page, so I know at hat ins-, you know, it doesn't matter it still doesn't do Justice. No, it's so good. It's so good. Please watch it. We'll talk about it one of these days. Absolutely. I love a good bad har- a good bad movie in change. Get sometimes no in his the best bad movie of the year. That's for sure. And, and then also just ahead. And, you know, Lee later in the movie, Altron transfers his consciousness, into other clones of him, which sending those happened at the end where you get, you know what, you know, blunt hair blue eyes Chucky, African American Chucky and bear Chucky. So I think you covered all the bases in regards to doll race relations. Well, let's not forget also. Irish chucky. Well, you know, this place in a toy store, not the blowing stone otherwise you know. And it was a good Easter egg. It was fun. Yeah. I'm not gonna lie. I really just wanna see the sequel focus on the bear, the bear doll just as crazy Baird all running. Actually, that sounds like another full moon, if you've ever seen the movie demonic toys of did back in the day. The I think there was a killer bear knife, in killer Betty. For some, the phrase Betsy wet Z or killer. Betsy I'd say I should say has been uttered on this show. Well, that's too first time today. We have, you know, having spoken to from camp and twenty five years and killer. Betsy marigot. Well, why don't we do the finish puzzle, and then we'll get into any closing thoughts on child's play. So the finished puzzle all the movies that we just talked about includes chappie, Terminator, two king cone. I robot ghosts in the machine. Rocky for Anna Bill and vendors age of old Tron. So very diverse filmography right there. It sure is. Yeah. You know, the funny thing is, you know, at least at the beginning of the conversation, we, we get a lot of tragedy. Track. Classic tragedy, influencing Chucky movie, which is pretty interesting. But, you know, you know, wrapping this thing up, I mean, overall, I, I know you like the movie I liked it too. I think you met elected a little more than me. We kind of talked before we started. But. Overall? I do think that it was, you know, about more successful, I'd say than I would have expected. I absolutely agree. I think it was more successful. I think it was trying to allot more than some of the other remakes in other horror movies out there. I mean, not hereditary. We know that, that, that can't be touched. But, you know, basic, par movies slasher films. You know, it definitely tried to do something, very different with it other than, you know, let's say the rebuke will of Halloween where it's just kind of sequel ising. You know, the first Halloween by remaking, Halloween, h two O. But really kinda take out all the real strong feminism in a way it really did. I mean I could talk about that for a while to it really. I don't understand people like think it had a lot of strong feminism's. It doesn't make sense to me. It started off in a way of. No, she would show. She wants to fight back against her aggressor who's been chasing her entire life. But unlike h two it really gets that moment yet, and they're kind of off really become the stalker and he should become the prey. Yeah. Exactly. That's where it was headed. And just they, they never do it. I I'm getting annoyed at that movie. Right. Why's it on? Is it on your TV? I think was online while we were. Take anything away from the Halloween rebuttal, the scores phenomenal. Yeah. I'll give it that at least and speaking of which this had some good music in it as well. Pretty good score. I don't have the composer's name hand, but pretty good score below. I think it's bare McCreadie. Oh, Oh, was was it? it created this loon? I didn't know that. Yeah. I love his scores. Yeah. That's doesn't surprise me then. Well, I mean some of the music was good. You know, the idea of confusing tweet worker, straw, you know, very similar to Joe DeLuca score of curse of Chucky and grammar vol's main theme of child's play two that will kind of us, the kind of tinker the child, the child's piano, and kind of that is child xylophone to make the score. So I mean if it is a good team. But it is, you know it had been done before in the series. Yeah. You kind of have to though, with with, like, when you're dealing with the killer doll. It's like it's kind of necessary. I've even done it once before in my music, composing career where scored a killer doll movie. So. Oh, you're in the business too. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. Excellent next when we get when we get our sequel met him Ghana going. I'm looking forward to score in that one. I just wanna see toy math McConnell with this little shot gun on me. However, that scene Winton to next generation. Yeah, I haven't seen it. Awhile. I think that about does for child's play atavism. I always do I asked my guests. If they have a recent movie that they've watched it, they'd like to recommend. You know what? Ears one, I finally got to sit down and watch Spiderman into the spider verse. And I loved it. I thought the animation was great. The characters were well done like everything about it just seemed. Just really well done a much smarter than almost had any right to be. You know, kind of that age of those smart cartoon movies, whether a been Batman mask of the phantasm, you know, you really don't see a lot of that stuff anymore. And this just reminded me of that night. I also really admired the animation for it. I just thought so weld, cool movie like great message to it gray action to it. I mean, it's a lot all the actors that do the voices like some really great performances. I'm in. Yeah. I, I couldn't agree more great movie. I mean I was gonna say rocket man. But I feel like I mean everybody said a wonderful things by rock amend. I could add to it, but. Yeah. Right on well, hey, this has been great, Adam. Is there anything you wanna plug anything out there? Well, I'm an east coast insurance broker. So really don't wanna pull it back in. I'm not on Twitter. But if you are looking to contact me or you heard this podcast and you just wanna tell me how terrible I am an awful in stop talking about movies, contact Dave, Dave will tell you where to find me or on the group chat popcorn puzzle pieces. You know, you can find me there and curse me out all you like I don't take offense to it. This is great, Adam. Let's talk again over a actual audio conversation sometime before another twenty five years plan. Oh, absolutely. Maybe at some point before I married, maybe I'll end up in Vegas and we could sit down and have a Cup of coffee or grab bite to eat go to a movie. Say hi to the parents who haven't haven't seen sunny the nickel in a long time. I told them that we were doing this today. They're like, oh, wow. That's insane. The power base book, if, if it wasn't for Facebook at it might not be until fifty years, we speak on. Yeah. This is great. I'm really glad to have you on. Oh, absolutely anytime. Hopefully we'll get to again. Hey, I'm Josh bell. I'm Jason Harris. Hey, Josh, we're friends in real life. But.

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"anna bill" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

14:10 min | 2 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"He even a believe there's a there's a kill in the movie where the dishwasher overflows and the babysitter stepping in the water. And then the dishwasher electrocute, sir. That. That's awesome. That rocks. Yes. Little weird movie knowledge that babysitter that got killed in that scene was actually the, the lead actress from leprechaun to if anybody has ever seen it other than myself there, he got chiffon Durkin. I think I told you I just full of useless information learning something learning. A lot of things that are in this episode. Wow. Well, yeah. That sounds like a perfect example, though of, you know, like seriously does kind of bridge together the ideas of both the the original child's play. And this child's play like combined into one movie almost. Yes, however, ghost in the machine fails more than than their remake child's some of the other sequels. I mean, I'd no it, it it's one of those movies where. No. It was a Friday night. Thirteen fourteen years old, go to the movie store, while I've seen this movie this movie. This are moving. This is new. What? I'm looking at. Absolutely. Yeah. Right. I'm looking at the poster right now online, and it's a great poster fantastic. Yes. And if anybody remember, she Rachel Tele is I mean, she's direct a lot of CW television shows, but she's probably most known for working with John waters. She directed in row, part of Freddie's dead, the final nightmare, Ma as, as well as one of the original comment, but bombs tanker. That. Yeah. Dan, take gotten a big cult following over the years, though, hasn't it, it's a little fun age. You don't take it seriously. But it's actually a lot of fun sexually interesting cast too. Damn. She has a nice little Colt filmography here just grown through it real quick. But yeah, no, that's a that's a great puzzle piece, though. I'm going to go, so I like that. You've got these deep cuts because my, my I have two more puzzle pieces, as we go through this, and they're both like fairly recent like mainstream major movies. I'm glad you've got you've got us covered. So the next one I'm going to bring up. I've got a couple of different reasons for bring it up is the recent remake of Stephen king's it I was going to throw that in. Also, I absolutely. I think you and I are probably gonna thinking on the same page here, but go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean, there's a few things. I mean first of all, you know, funny ultra gory horror is hasn't been a thing for a while. But it was that, and I think child's play does it as well. And, you know, I, I used to love these kind of news. I mean, everybody knows like evil dead series or like you know, some of my favorite move. Movies, and you don't get a lot of like funny. Gory over the top horror anymore. And so, I think it kind of opened a door for that for hopefully we're going to get more stuff like that in child's play clearly as one of them, also it just being a remake of an old, you know, horror property, which, you know, of course, once it was the biggest rated opening. I think of all time, maybe I'd probably open the floodgates, but also, of course, another major reason is the focus on, you know, Andy's friends, and, you know, they're kind of a little misfit group of friends just like the, the what are they called the losers club? Yeah. Losers club. And yeah. It's just kind of like that similar thing. You could almost also point to like a stranger things as a as a version of that puzzle pieces. Well, but yeah, it's like a very popular thing now to, to have that group of, like, you know, kids are all kind of misfits, and then they get thrust into this. This insane situation. I absolutely agree. That, that is where was going with that you could even take it a bit step for their where it's almost spill Burgan degree where, you know, the kids kind of group together to, to fight the foe, whether it have been E T, A goonies in a way, even though it's not Spielberg or the Soubert inspired a super eight. Absolutely. You know, those type of movies in entertain you the truth. I liked that. That was also one of the other ideas, that I liked which I wish they took a little bit further of, you know, him having a core group of friends, and then all teaming up to kind of defeat Schalke, I kind of wish they did more with that because you're so used to that final character, you know, most of the time in, in horror movies that teach you, it's the final female. No some cases, you know it is a male. But that final character. There's always that one on one battle to defeat, the person that has essentially been, you know, chasing you and trying to kill you during the entire movie in. It's nice every once in a while when you get a group of people to work as a team to, to defeat the enemy. Yeah, it is. It's fun. It gives a lot of fun. You know personalities and you know there's a lot of comedy to mind from that as well. Which, you know, I, I think that's part of the Spielberg. Influence as well. Oh, absolutely. I think that was done intentionally trying to make it very eighty Spielberg in Chris Columbus type of a relationship amongst the kids. Yeah. Absolutely. So what are you got your next one? I have. I have one more major movie, however, I'm gonna throw out one that this is from a movie. But I guess this is also a gripe about modern har- tropes. Which is so one of the things about modern har-, tropes, that I really just don't like is that when the introduce a character, they give him, you know, there's, there's a trait war disability that really doesn't serve a purpose. You know, so the idea of making Andy in this film death. There's no real purpose to it. I guess the idea is supposed to make him more sympathetic, even though he's clearly a loner doesn't have the best living situation. You're already kind of sympathetic for him. You know, and the thing that came to my mind and this is gonna sound really weird was rocky for now, not actually the movie rocky for. But have you ever heard the story about the bit with the robot in rocky four year? No, I what is this? So the story with the robot was. Silvester Salone saw that this robot was actually used to help autistic kids pretty much a function class. We're talking about thirty years ago. So a lot has changed since. You know, essentially introducing this type of technology to assist people with disabilities, which was an idea that I wish they did put in the movie, and maybe would've worked if they'd made end, if they really needed to give Andy disability. To make him autistic. And then have this as helpful teaching tool to help them, cope, you know, in would have also built on the. The attachment issue between them because clearly attached to him. But Andy once he gets Francis. No longer attached know it would have been an interesting thing if they had this real attachment issue, because they both really needed each other throughout the movie with the situation like that ever that didn't actually happen in the movie, and this probably has absolutely nothing to do with anything. It just would have been a wishlist. Sure. No. I totally understand that totally sounds like something that Stallone do to is wanting to incorporate something like that into the movie. But, but yeah, no. I totally agree, though, like a lot of modern harm do seem to do that, where, you know, every one of the, the main kids has to have some kind of some kind of disability or, or something that just supposed to add to simple sympathizing. But yeah, I mean, the kids already has a tough go of it, as it is. Yes. So to, to make him have hearing issues. It doesn't really come into play. He's already sympathetic. It's kind of like, why, why do we need this? It's yeah. It's like the it's like the cowboy hat in the Halloween repo quill the mayor's walking around with the cowboy hat on. No real reason. No reason. You're kind of like suburbs of Chicago. It's not really farm country. Title together pretty soon. We've got Rambo five coming out and got Rambo with cowboy hat, so yeah, so. Making all my dreams come true tonight. Oh, yeah. Well before we talk about more of our beloved heroes, with cowboy hats on I, I have one more puzzle piece, and this is one of those situations. This is come up on the show a couple times here and there where we're talking about a remake and a movie that was definitely inspired by the original. I think inspired the remake itself kind of cyclical thing there. But I am bringing up the Annabelle movies, as well as any other of the recent crop of creepy dole movies, obviously, they handle in a very different way. Those are, you know, go stories basically. Whereas this is like a straight up slasher horror film. However, there is just such a huge renewed interest in creepy dolls because of the NFL movies. And I think that, that probab-. Ably had somewhat of an inspiration on the production of this. You know, the idea of, well, we, we need to make more creepy. He's, what's an idea we can have. Oh, why don't we go back to Chucky? Let's, let's get back to Chucky and let's, let's do this. You know. I mean it was I mean it is possible. I, I mean I personally don't really see the connection, only because, you know, Anna Bill, while yes with the creepy doll aspect, but Niffer really alive. She's never really a living being a whether it be a soul of, of a person or a I it, it almost seems like it's just a vessel almost a doorway for other spooky ghosts in goblins to eventually, you know, invade that space of whoever the main characters are to terrorize them. Totally. I mean while that, you know, the NFL is extremely creepy at very fun. Actually, I should probably get one of those for the men cave. Really? You know, I guess, you know as much as that, that could be an inspiration as much as you know, the pub-, the full moon puppetmaster movies, which I think you and I actually spoke at once before as it was the new one was free on Amazon prime. I still haven't watched it. I bought it for free. And I gotta watch that I know Tom Lennon road. I love him. So I do too. I got about five or ten minutes into it. I got I got two cures cameo, and that was pretty much as far gotten into it. Not not. But I'm done. I do wanna watch it. I just. So many movies so much content. So little time. Oh, yeah. That's true. That's true. But, you know, back back to the puzzle would more. No is. I think that you're absolutely right. And what you're saying about Annabel as a character and has a story like doesn't fit the mold. But I think it's more of as a Hollywood seeing dollar signs inspiration. Well, that was another conversation in a what why you know, clearly it's based on one person's perspective. If the original was done properly, that it doesn't need a remake. Does wound it you know, that is everybody's perspective? But again, the fact that, that property is already out there, you really don't have to do that much to kind of rework the script of event then try to update it. Sure some sometimes it works. And sometimes you end up with Gus van Sant psycho. But that's the gun. You know what the money talks? That's just what we end up with. Absolutely. So what do you got for your next puzzle piece? So my last puzzle piece of was, you know, is a big big film from a few years ago. End is a superhero film avengers age of Altron. Okay. When you think about early on in the film, how ultra n- starts learning about humanity and essentially mistaken peace in our time is only done through violence, almost where Chucky kind of starts to, to figure out, you know, I can achieve my goals through violence after watching the Texas chainsaw massacre. Two. I I'm.

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"anna bill" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

14:10 min | 2 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"He even a believe there's a there's a kill in the movie where the dishwasher overflows and the babysitter stepping in the water. And then the dishwasher electrocute, sir. That. That's awesome. That rocks. Yes. Little weird movie knowledge that babysitter that got killed in that scene was actually the, the lead actress from leprechaun to if anybody has ever seen it other than myself there, he got chiffon Durkin. I think I told you I just full of useless information learning something learning. A lot of things that are in this episode. Wow. Well, yeah. That sounds like a perfect example, though of, you know, like seriously does kind of bridge together the ideas of both the the original child's play. And this child's play like combined into one movie almost. Yes, however, ghost in the machine fails more than than their remake child's some of the other sequels. I mean, I'd no it, it it's one of those movies where. No. It was a Friday night. Thirteen fourteen years old, go to the movie store, while I've seen this movie this movie. This are moving. This is new. What? I'm looking at. Absolutely. Yeah. Right. I'm looking at the poster right now online, and it's a great poster fantastic. Yes. And if anybody remember, she Rachel Tele is I mean, she's direct a lot of CW television shows, but she's probably most known for working with John waters. She directed in row, part of Freddie's dead, the final nightmare, Ma as, as well as one of the original comment, but bombs tanker. That. Yeah. Dan, take gotten a big cult following over the years, though, hasn't it, it's a little fun age. You don't take it seriously. But it's actually a lot of fun sexually interesting cast too. Damn. She has a nice little Colt filmography here just grown through it real quick. But yeah, no, that's a that's a great puzzle piece, though. I'm going to go, so I like that. You've got these deep cuts because my, my I have two more puzzle pieces, as we go through this, and they're both like fairly recent like mainstream major movies. I'm glad you've got you've got us covered. So the next one I'm going to bring up. I've got a couple of different reasons for bring it up is the recent remake of Stephen king's it I was going to throw that in. Also, I absolutely. I think you and I are probably gonna thinking on the same page here, but go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean, there's a few things. I mean first of all, you know, funny ultra gory horror is hasn't been a thing for a while. But it was that, and I think child's play does it as well. And, you know, I, I used to love these kind of news. I mean, everybody knows like evil dead series or like you know, some of my favorite move. Movies, and you don't get a lot of like funny. Gory over the top horror anymore. And so, I think it kind of opened a door for that for hopefully we're going to get more stuff like that in child's play clearly as one of them, also it just being a remake of an old, you know, horror property, which, you know, of course, once it was the biggest rated opening. I think of all time, maybe I'd probably open the floodgates, but also, of course, another major reason is the focus on, you know, Andy's friends, and, you know, they're kind of a little misfit group of friends just like the, the what are they called the losers club? Yeah. Losers club. And yeah. It's just kind of like that similar thing. You could almost also point to like a stranger things as a as a version of that puzzle pieces. Well, but yeah, it's like a very popular thing now to, to have that group of, like, you know, kids are all kind of misfits, and then they get thrust into this. This insane situation. I absolutely agree. That, that is where was going with that you could even take it a bit step for their where it's almost spill Burgan degree where, you know, the kids kind of group together to, to fight the foe, whether it have been E T, A goonies in a way, even though it's not Spielberg or the Soubert inspired a super eight. Absolutely. You know, those type of movies in entertain you the truth. I liked that. That was also one of the other ideas, that I liked which I wish they took a little bit further of, you know, him having a core group of friends, and then all teaming up to kind of defeat Schalke, I kind of wish they did more with that because you're so used to that final character, you know, most of the time in, in horror movies that teach you, it's the final female. No some cases, you know it is a male. But that final character. There's always that one on one battle to defeat, the person that has essentially been, you know, chasing you and trying to kill you during the entire movie in. It's nice every once in a while when you get a group of people to work as a team to, to defeat the enemy. Yeah, it is. It's fun. It gives a lot of fun. You know personalities and you know there's a lot of comedy to mind from that as well. Which, you know, I, I think that's part of the Spielberg. Influence as well. Oh, absolutely. I think that was done intentionally trying to make it very eighty Spielberg in Chris Columbus type of a relationship amongst the kids. Yeah. Absolutely. So what are you got your next one? I have. I have one more major movie, however, I'm gonna throw out one that this is from a movie. But I guess this is also a gripe about modern har- tropes. Which is so one of the things about modern har-, tropes, that I really just don't like is that when the introduce a character, they give him, you know, there's, there's a trait war disability that really doesn't serve a purpose. You know, so the idea of making Andy in this film death. There's no real purpose to it. I guess the idea is supposed to make him more sympathetic, even though he's clearly a loner doesn't have the best living situation. You're already kind of sympathetic for him. You know, and the thing that came to my mind and this is gonna sound really weird was rocky for now, not actually the movie rocky for. But have you ever heard the story about the bit with the robot in rocky four year? No, I what is this? So the story with the robot was. Silvester Salone saw that this robot was actually used to help autistic kids pretty much a function class. We're talking about thirty years ago. So a lot has changed since. You know, essentially introducing this type of technology to assist people with disabilities, which was an idea that I wish they did put in the movie, and maybe would've worked if they'd made end, if they really needed to give Andy disability. To make him autistic. And then have this as helpful teaching tool to help them, cope, you know, in would have also built on the. The attachment issue between them because clearly attached to him. But Andy once he gets Francis. No longer attached know it would have been an interesting thing if they had this real attachment issue, because they both really needed each other throughout the movie with the situation like that ever that didn't actually happen in the movie, and this probably has absolutely nothing to do with anything. It just would have been a wishlist. Sure. No. I totally understand that totally sounds like something that Stallone do to is wanting to incorporate something like that into the movie. But, but yeah, no. I totally agree, though, like a lot of modern harm do seem to do that, where, you know, every one of the, the main kids has to have some kind of some kind of disability or, or something that just supposed to add to simple sympathizing. But yeah, I mean, the kids already has a tough go of it, as it is. Yes. So to, to make him have hearing issues. It doesn't really come into play. He's already sympathetic. It's kind of like, why, why do we need this? It's yeah. It's like the it's like the cowboy hat in the Halloween repo quill the mayor's walking around with the cowboy hat on. No real reason. No reason. You're kind of like suburbs of Chicago. It's not really farm country. Title together pretty soon. We've got Rambo five coming out and got Rambo with cowboy hat, so yeah, so. Making all my dreams come true tonight. Oh, yeah. Well before we talk about more of our beloved heroes, with cowboy hats on I, I have one more puzzle piece, and this is one of those situations. This is come up on the show a couple times here and there where we're talking about a remake and a movie that was definitely inspired by the original. I think inspired the remake itself kind of cyclical thing there. But I am bringing up the Annabelle movies, as well as any other of the recent crop of creepy dole movies, obviously, they handle in a very different way. Those are, you know, go stories basically. Whereas this is like a straight up slasher horror film. However, there is just such a huge renewed interest in creepy dolls because of the NFL movies. And I think that, that probab-. Ably had somewhat of an inspiration on the production of this. You know, the idea of, well, we, we need to make more creepy. He's, what's an idea we can have. Oh, why don't we go back to Chucky? Let's, let's get back to Chucky and let's, let's do this. You know. I mean it was I mean it is possible. I, I mean I personally don't really see the connection, only because, you know, Anna Bill, while yes with the creepy doll aspect, but Niffer really alive. She's never really a living being a whether it be a soul of, of a person or a I it, it almost seems like it's just a vessel almost a doorway for other spooky ghosts in goblins to eventually, you know, invade that space of whoever the main characters are to terrorize them. Totally. I mean while that, you know, the NFL is extremely creepy at very fun. Actually, I should probably get one of those for the men cave. Really? You know, I guess, you know as much as that, that could be an inspiration as much as you know, the pub-, the full moon puppetmaster movies, which I think you and I actually spoke at once before as it was the new one was free on Amazon prime. I still haven't watched it. I bought it for free. And I gotta watch that I know Tom Lennon road. I love him. So I do too. I got about five or ten minutes into it. I got I got two cures cameo, and that was pretty much as far gotten into it. Not not. But I'm done. I do wanna watch it. I just. So many movies so much content. So little time. Oh, yeah. That's true. That's true. But, you know, back back to the puzzle would more. No is. I think that you're absolutely right. And what you're saying about Annabel as a character and has a story like doesn't fit the mold. But I think it's more of as a Hollywood seeing dollar signs inspiration. Well, that was another conversation in a what why you know, clearly it's based on one person's perspective. If the original was done properly, that it doesn't need a remake. Does wound it you know, that is everybody's perspective? But again, the fact that, that property is already out there, you really don't have to do that much to kind of rework the script of event then try to update it. Sure some sometimes it works. And sometimes you end up with Gus van Sant psycho. But that's the gun. You know what the money talks? That's just what we end up with. Absolutely. So what do you got for your next puzzle piece? So my last puzzle piece of was, you know, is a big big film from a few years ago. End is a superhero film avengers age of Altron. Okay. When you think about early on in the film, how ultra n- starts learning about humanity and essentially mistaken peace in our time is only done through violence, almost where Chucky kind of starts to, to figure out, you know, I can achieve my goals through violence after watching the Texas chainsaw massacre. Two. I I'm.

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"anna bill" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"But I mean like I like I like the second one when it came out. And then the the, you know, the the the new ones one and two I both liked those as well. So I mean, it they think that just had this not been may just expecting it to be more Zach Snyder like than I probably would've liked this a lot more. 'cause it is the in some ways it is it is very excited or like, just visually. But then at the same time, it's totally not at all. All like him. So you don't think you don't think Zach Snyder would have an octopus plan the drums. That's not. That's not his kind of imagery. And that is actually great the octopus. I loved that. There's so many just like our met. There's so many little things in this that in so many other movies would just be so just laughable, and and I'm actually always in a way that people embrace this movie. 'cause this does any to a lot of movies try, I guess maybe they do it too serious though. And then they become like like a joke like I mentioned master the universe. That's the thing is like with that one that one I think tried to be too serious, and it is really just like a, you know, really corny movie to watch now special because of the special effects, but I think even at the time, I think it was too serious for a he-man movie specially with the tone of the human cartoons. And that's what this kind of Hina captures. The he man. Cartoons in a way. It's kind of what this he had. So. Yeah. I mean, I agree completely. So that's the things that if they make it which supposedly they are making a he men movie if they make a he-man movie, and they do it like basically follow this template. I mean, I would love it. So that's the weird thing about this movie. Just I guess I'm a little torn on it with that regard. Yeah. But, but no, I it's definitely a lot of fun, which we we were talking about how the the big change in tone and all that ironically. And some of the puzzle pieces that I'm going to bring up they also are the same as that movie. Of course, we did the episode on the nun and the nine which was produced by James one. And actually he was one of the writers on it as well. It makes sense to me now. This movie has more in common with the none. Then then you would expect. And then also that. It's just very very strange like the way that one went in a direction different from the other movies in that universe in this because that same thing. So I thought that was very I hadn't thought of that. Yeah. Yeah. That is by the way, I suppose you heard about the Anna Bill is on the bottom of the night. I didn't I didn't really didn't read anything about this. I didn't watch any. I didn't even watch like the five minute trailer any of that stuff. 'cause is one of those movies. I wanna go in blind is possible. But I read that I read that Annabelle was gonna be in. I didn't know where. But then I went back and was reading win Annabelle was and evidently, it's when they go in get mirrors a ship. That's when Annabelle is supposedly in the somewhere on the bottom of the ocean. I gotta go see it again. So I right. Not only that though Lihua now, and I didn't catch this either leelanau is the pilot when they're flying over the desert, and they jump into the desert and the the pilot. He says something I can't remember, exactly. But that was Leon now who you know, wrote saw and was the lead in salt in who also directed upgrade. Yes. So oh yet. So many little weird things..

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"anna bill" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"We need to be more careful when the wind rises you lost your and YouTube linen to Georgie imagine go to completely had. I not been holding onto the other end of that string. The my goodness Anna Bill have you done? Your clues you could grow garden that much soil and John. Yes. Just as filthy. How do, you know a names 'cause she's Mary Poppins cokes now show, you lovely. So what do you really think? Nice to see to see you to Mary Poppins. So time has passed since Mary Poppins brought a spoonful of sugar into the banks household Michael J and now grown up. I don't play them with shore, and Emily Mortimer, and they're facing triples, their own not least the looming threats of the Bank repossessing their home. Sounds like they need some all-singing all-dancing part-animated help from the perfect nanny. And we've learned in this case so Hannah, this is quite a belated sequel one of the most belated just a bit excited for this this film. I'm not really a pharmacy, which I. My family redo films. So I guess I came took probably too late to be like enthralled. So this is just like, yeah. Sure. Whatever. Like, so we'll see and they star war this year. Which is what I wait for. There was something. Disney had to do. And I guess this is it. I think anti patient generally has been quite high. You know, Mary Poppins is one of those archetypal a lot of people young and old hold it, very dear to their hearts. So I think many people very invested in this film at one this film to be good. I didn't want it to be by. I never wanted phone to be bad. I just kind of a bit more lowered my expectations accordingly. If you want to Mary Poppins fan going into this where you were rob Marshall, Chicago the woods fund. I am a massive Chicago fan. Like, I'm fired too soon. His his name flashed up at the beginning of the film. I must what Chicago again film is like amazing apartment. I'm not really a Marshall fan. I think what he does. He does very well. And also if you think about the fact that he helped choreograph Mary Poppins. This guy's really must be earning his paycheck on these movies. But yeah, it it does kind of the big as Christmas Eve. We've got like a couple of hours. Let's take the found. That's us in a take. Everyone grand take the kids. It's dot kind of like all around his position as the families one Christmas trip. Yeah. David really taking the lens. Now, they'll be keeping him in the cellar. I differ from Hannah slightly in mine. -ticipant for this film was was actually quite high. It was one that I think it was a film that I ended up watching looks as a child just because it was one of the couple that we had taped of TV knows after back to the future on the tape. So we ended up watching a lot and I've grown quite fund over the a rewatch it very recent and as of nostalgia thing. And I thought like most of it was amazing, but there were few bits. I thought it feels a bit kind of Petit and threadbare in terms of like having a compelling stories is more of a kind of using that musical template of just stringing together quite loosely, some a bunch of pieces, I guess and with this new one I mean, you referred to as a sequel, and is a sequel in it revisits the characters down the line in this kind of very strange way that where the characters have age. Sd but the landscape has an aide. So we're still all like apples and pears coca knees in the London fog, it has failed of kind of into war period. Park. Keepers shaking their fists at kitties running over the grass and stuff like that. And it's just strange like this opportunity of putting Mary Poppins into a new social context has been rejected in favor of having a basically do the same thing. And I think the film in that sense does feel like they can decide whether they wanted to do a remake or sequel, and so they kind of fuels the two together. And you have this kind of weird amorphous desperate attempts to pay her Marsh to what we loved about the original. But not like just too scared to actually do anything new..

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"anna bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Tony gye. The the guy the guy from. The guy tried to save elephants whatnot on right? Yeah. Thank you. How's his English? I don't even know what. Twenty sounds like I've seen the movies. They're always. Indonesian riley. Yeah. I don't know. I'm housing. I'm sure there's somebody who we haven't seen. Because not a lot of Asian actors get get put on. So of course. So we don't have a big Rolodex. So we can go to. But I'm sure there's somebody and what did you mention the guy from green hornet? I was thinking maybe. Yeah. Wanna play Kato pretty good? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I could see him. Let me see. All right. That is the believe we get out of here. We'd never got Rachel. She never came through. I'm sorry. Rachel next time. Oh. Oh, there was one more. Somebody said they wanted to have this read on the air. Read on air. This is Jesse Annabel. Just the Anna Bill says. Look for number. I can put this up. She says watch Ralph breaks the internet after hearing your review Ford agree. It's an okay movie, but I couldn't help but see healthy obsession Ralph seem to have with this little girl in. It's weird understand. But it's a kids movie, and it doesn't make the relationship. Okay. Sent from Jesse. Well shit. Glad you see what Martin..

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"anna bill" Discussed on The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

"Yes, it's true that the level playing field suddenly has changed. And when you see a company such as Amazon who. Originally created internally tools on that storage about data analytics about data processing, which they eventually because of their very scale. They had to develop very advanced tools, and eventually they actually commercialize them as a WS Amazon web services, and by the way, many people don't know that but the single most important source of profit to Amazon is not good and services you by Amazon website is the services coming from from AWS. It's absolutely true that the startups today and small firms have access to IT capabilities. If you want to call it in all sort of way that they did not couldn't dream of accessing because if needed such big investment to to to develop these they didn't have access to that. But now there is a whole new market where you know, in the form of software as service or platform as a service, which basically subscription to to to to software capabilities on demand. A lot of smaller companies have access to these capabilities. But instead of saying that this this levels the playing field between big guys and small guys. What I'm saying is that it raises the water for everyone. So even the small companies now need to have these capabilities in order to even be in the game. But you still have very important barriers to entry in terms of scale in terms of network effects that are societas it with with the big giant and. And that's why I am less optimistic that George about about the idea that digital economy is somehow creating more partnership and less competition. So one of the of this podcast is to identify and investigates. Many trends shaping Konomi. So I'd like to ask you both. What do you think? Some of the biggest trends will be in two thousand nineteen now. Okay. So so here's what I'm thinking on thinking. I'm looking back into the last ten years, and what were the sort of key technologies that brought those made this big companies happened like Google Facebook Airbnb, so I would say, you know, mobile social media cloud. This three key technologies is what made us companies happen. I now see three new technologies that will shape the future at least in the next maybe five to ten years in a different way in my in my opinion, like to to qualify that. So definitely artificial intelligence. Okay. Okay. Secondly, I would say the internet of things, and what that means in terms of sensors and security and so on and definitely blockchain as well. So AI blockchain and internet of things will create new industries, in fact, many many people referred to those comes together as web three point zero. So it's kind of like replay what Anna Bill mentioned before people are sort of looking at the future and web three pointer with renewed hope for more democracy and more sort of ownership on sort of a free voice. And so on we'll see this is going to happen or not. But definitely there is renewed optimism that this new wave of to Mason and the new wave of technologies will transform the digital economy, mo- humane, hopefully, more democratic way, but that remains to be seen. How it's going to say do you share that hope I do? And I think we're going to have two different stories in the next ten years. We'll have ice story that will formulate let's say in the west perhaps in the states in some way. Differently in Europe, and a complete different story in China because of the way because of how data will be used. So for example, China has been so far very hostal to blockchain is something that seems that does not very well align with the former government, whilst, you know, in in the states in in Europe, people have been more open to blockchain, I think blockchain can't know. Can be the big. The big changing factor changing agent..

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"anna bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"They did a little bit of that against Georgia, but they did not execute and they did it again. It's Auburn, but they added the execution in a one. And so I'm looking for them just continue that just play hard fi Alabama's fished out there. Good. I mean as a football guy, the kind of fun to watch because they do it the right. Away on the football field, and they're fun to watch, but for Tennessee, if your tendency Feng just want them to continue to grow, play heart and just play for one another. And this season couple of weeks ago, I didn't know they're going to win four games to be honest. And there's a chance to win six games Goto ballgame. I, it seems because Tennessee seasons have always been defined a little bit by the end because the end is always gone fairly well for Tennessee in good years, putting a a run together and I'm not talking about tomorrow. What would that mean? Momentum wise recruiting lies and future wise for this program, will you have four games a win to, you know, if you'd be Charlotte, let's say tomorrow happens whenever you don't win, but you have four games a win to to get boy elgible in bowl and planning. A bowl is very important in fifteen prices. Being able to sell to the recruits that, hey, you're, you're continuing to grow and get better and you're the missing link. That's the, that's the selling point that's the pitch, but that. That means everything. You know, it's funny when when Tennessee lose to van Bill, Kentucky folks are getting moving. You know, they start moving making changes getting on on the good foot. And that's been the case. You know, last couple years is like, oh, wait, we lost Anna Bill. All right. Let's make some changes now and you know, hopefully that has happened this year. Kentucky is good. This is not your father's Kentucky. They're good. It really. Tennessee has a chance that they play together. The play mistake, free football, and they keep believing in the coaches and German Pruitt. They'll have a chance, but Kentucky's really good one of the best teams in the league. Let's talk about Jeremy for a second jury Pruitt because. Let's be honest. He, he's, this is a new thing for him. He is not your your quintessential coach talking and dealing with the media. I, I talked to former player here earlier. He said, you know what? I like that about him. He didn't care about all that at some point. It may or may not be more important, but as someone in the local media as a former player, what? What? What is your view of the way Jeremy Pruitt has come across. I thought, I think great. I mean, he just sees the football coach is what Tennessee needed. Just a football coach, not someone that you know got on Twitter and and and and look forwards name searches name and got bothered by that or someone that wanted to sit courtside in Miami Heat games, things like that. Just the one they just wanted to coach football, and that's all he cared about was football and recruiting and coach former has been great because coast Fulmer has been the one that's went out and kissed babies and did all the all those things and proves coach and football, and that's what we need. So as we close Jason tomorrow, your four touchdown underdog, if is there a measuring stick in this game, or are you just have to accept the fact that's Alabama, and there may be upside. There's not likely to be much and then get ready for the second. The final quarter of the season. As a player. I'm not. I'm not used to this like now as a, you know, mentality, the player was go in and you spike the win every game, some pretty good teammates, but I understand what we are like. I get it and understand who were going up against..

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"anna bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Noxious dari. Oh, does it make you ain't getting? It makes me so fucking. But I'm okay, I'll get ugly. I've never liked any of these films to be honest with you. I don't like ghost movies in general. So that's the same shit over conjuring the country too bad, but I'm like, oh, well, let's fuck. There's Annabel. Let's do shit. Fuck and goal that comes out on that shit. I was like, what the hell? Like comes out of America. Little. What else? I don't know. I will say I haven't seen the first one and the Chatfield adamant about this fucking. Very straightforward. How is this doing? Well, because all I hear from word of mouth is that it's terrible. It's not scary. It's nothing like is doing well because a believe that some people with these films we might talk about jump scares. We might talk about what this really scary, but there are a lot of people who they go in predisposition to be skating. They have them. Yeah, exactly. Was this PG? Thirteen are okay? Okay. Yeah, I'll tell you one of the things about movie look, good. It looks good and it's not. It's not. It's not gory except for a couple of scenes where absolutely needs to be. Okay. It's not exploitive no cursing, no sex thing. It really is a mood film. Okay. But it's just not that good, but you know doing well because again, it has built in marketing and I'm seeing the first conjuring the second conjuring I really did like you never seen the first conjuring. It's really good. I mean, that's that's great. It wasn't bad, but the first one was just it was really good. I really enjoy the first one. Anna Bill, then loaded. But like, yeah, then that's most people they say the second Annabel's. Good. But yeah, the first conjuring has a good tone. It's actually scary the second one, it's kind of rehash of it. Well, I gotta watch the now because the Chad says, coy watched the first conjuring you bitch. That's that'll do do it. And then of course they have Amityville come and that's all this is worth doing another. Well. Yeah, because it's in the warrants were, you know, that's like the next fellow do. So that's what it's all working to. But I'm already like it's all these debunk shea and people that have come. It's a hoax at the beginning of the war and saw the most haunted house ever. And I'm like, fuck you. All this shit has been like needs to be, but all they have been debunked everything. Yeah. Yeah. Annabel's a big as raggedy end-all. Yeah. At all. I'm saying this because what they did so you a huckster, these con artists. Connor. They took a fucking doll, innocent, look, Reagan, put by glasses. We can't let it out because he was possessed about his booking. Yeah, it's whatever. But I mean, what they've done with the series if they built up even more. So let's, hey, what is the number two? How kind of out of Luke now, I don't remember threw me off because I thought that that would at least be two or three. Thank Hano. What is number one, but I don't under-. It's not mission impossible that was forever. Anybody can I phone a friend. Fifty fifty. I'll be your friend and I'll tell you that it was a simple favor of simple favor, but we can gross ten point four million dollars for total gross of thirty two point five million after two weeks and this on a budget of twenty million dollars. Now thing with film is that it is getting word of mouth. It's a. Feigen as wanna. Did all the women comedies. This is first time going into like dark territory. It's thriller thriller, no, it's kind of a gun. Go tight, fill okay with women in the front and center. In fact, it has the guy from crazy Asians as the as the husband Blake lively. Okay. But this this right here is. Bill only thirty five percent on a second weekend, and the movie is bringing in his brain great word of mouth right now. And as as the more people see at the way to come out saying the building the momentum saying yet, it's it's a movie probably heard about, but you should check it out overseas..

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"anna bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Nothing to see here. Oh, sure. Put that up there. The baby lotion. All right. Let's go ahead and to the to the number one movie. Martin you'll friend doing pretty good. The Marzano voting on. This weekend. Look, this one's surprise. This is coming from franchise screaming and has some really critically claim entries in. They're talking about the conjuring franchise. We can gross it over exceeded expectations with fifty three point, five million dollars, and that's on the budget of twenty two blunt house in conjunction with one brothers. I think it's blood house involved with this. Yeah, this is one brother, one of Berlin's brothers for sure. I don't know about them because I remember. Oh, that's right. They are universal. They, I'm just so used to house out. They get, they got everything, but I know this is one of brothers. Put this out in the conjuring is a very successful lucrative franchise. And that's how this is going to do well. And then I, you know, I I didn't like this movie either, but I didn't think it was bad enough to where I fail even as rentals. All right. But again, I think a lot of people are surprised at how successful this is. What's up man. Chris, the first one which made forty one million opening weekend, and this is the second highest are rating opening September behind it. And then the second highest horror opening our opening for September to buy it as well. So this is huge and nobody thought it was going to be, but they advertise the shit out of this movie. They real rejects are buddies. They got flown out to Mexico City to participate in this whole elaborate like viral marketing thing that they had set of down there catacombs and shit, and they said a couple of people I follow on internet to do that. So you're matching all this advertising all this extra stuff, putting people in hotels, putting all this thing advertising on YouTube with the none commercial scaring people too much, you know? Oh yes. Movies has had a ton of really, really good marketing and apparently fucking work. So, yeah. This movie, it was. It was done, man. It was. He's really, yeah. And people are just people walking around with goes fucking with hundred thirty one million worldwide. So on the first weekend. So get more nuns. You know what they might be better. I mean, they might get it right the next because they did Anna Bill. Horrible. Yeah, my opinion. But then Annabel too, I thought was pretty enjoyable. So we'll see we, which was that was universal a weedy the first movie. That's when the worst films I've ever seen damp when they came out with two. I was dreading that too is a great film man. As far as har- move, have you seen? We have seen anybody. Yes. Good movie. Right. I don't like the spooky movies like spooking, I'm sorry, sir. Yeah. See, oh, wait a minute. The hell is this. Oh, you told me to put everything on? No knows yours told me to put everything on, so I put something, no, no, that was just a broken road. Oh, Martin, you did look a little extra work this week. This movie. Screaming. Say..

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"anna bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"You guys don't do so get bits. Banus. Yeah, man. It's the an. I don't want to. I don't want to go in because I know some people say, man, nitpicking on his move. I picking, no, I'm not. I'm not. I'm going hard on this movie because this movie, that's that's the thing about it. Man. When I see a movie that really has a great setup potential. Great actors that actually bitch as the character was Daime. Bashir was good. Yeah. All these actors are good, except for the the Romanian. Side people. From jersey, practically extras. Drag lax. Please. No, really hurting this is the when you do see the none when she finally makes an appearance, they keep in the shadows for the most part, but there every nine inch every now and then the getting the light and you're like, man, that makeup, it looks like stage makeup. It does except that Jin divided. She got right. The Dan, she little like shit like, but hit. They put, they put so much work into them gums and ginger Vitus, but the rest of that makeup. Yeah. This looks like somebody was going to a kiss concert. That's where she really Marilyn Manson. But you know, you look at that and it's like, that's good for that's great for stage makeup, but for movie for a movie, it looks like it looks like black. It looks like white and black paint, especially when you see the actress is you see the actress, you say they did a great job. That's Bonnie Aarons and she does a she does. She's the the, the nun under all the makeup in. Do a great makeup job with her. But like I said, if that was four the stage, that'd be amazing, but for a movie, whereas supposed to be some supernatural spirit is like. Look at the golden take this shit. No goats. Are you a ghost or none? Why would you have all this? How does that translate into what you what I'm leaving? It really would turn like Scooby, doo. You spill paint off, oh, woman buddy. Wait a minute. Scare off. You could claim the deed Ebi so you gotta deal condos if it wasn't for you. Them. Femurs trying to get them. You great Grandpa's casts. Man, it look, this is. This is the weakest one series besides Annabel. I believe Anna Bill is the first Annabel is the weakest one. This is this is a step above that definitely because well, even with all the Roman that's going on and all the lame jump scares. There's a still more going on than Annabel and there's much more better atmosphere in in certain parts direction than Annabel. But out of that out of everything. This is to me to me, this is a big step backwards for the franchise giving us a rental man. And I mean, I think as a spook house movie to watch at home and especially, you consider Halloween around the corner if you could watch something like this at that time, I think that it's a fun movie. To watch at home just for the real basic scares of the try to give but of the net. Oh, and you could also watch it at home in the dark. You could set up an atmosphere scare yourself watching the eater with people around you who just because when I wind people just got a proud people even jump in. Well, there was at one couple. Oh, I wouldn't sit next to them. So I was sitting next to another couple. It'd be honest with they were older couple. So I think they would just tired. I think anyone jumped. But if you know if you watching at home by yourself or with some friends and just put you put yourself in the mood, then I think it's it's a good movie to watch, but I would not. I would have disappointed paid for this at the theater. Yeah. Well, I don't know maybe because you're more of a HARA aficionado than me, but yet thought this is some bullshit. Blame you. Man. Yeah, with that with that setup and everything. Sure. It started with some potential and even that potential it was never gonna, be a great movie. I mean, even when I looked at how is setting up in the characters, I was like young really have enough here for a good movie, but maybe you got something decent or okay..

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"anna bill" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Bald Movies

"I do think it's a little formulaic, like Juan has been out there doing his thing for a while now. Right. How many conjuring movies in that university? We have four this one. You got you conjuring. Anna Bo. Isn't it to Anna bills? Yeah, just like bells and now there's the none. Yeah. So like this has been done several times over and at this point it starts to become a little formulaic, and I see the bag of tricks at work. And I guess that's probably there's also some plot stuff we'll talk about in the spoiler section that is purely ridiculous and not like necessarily in a bad way, but ho, it's so stupid. Yeah, I said he's talking about that too, and I haven't fully. I'm curious because. I got. I mean, because I'm a sucker for this Roman Catholic, the the THEO theology, mysticism mythology. Like I think the Roman Catholics are the reigning champs of creepy shit like like the these, these nuns or creepy their rituals speaking in Latin, the the, the idols, and the relics and the host of demons and angels. And there s Kotov everything. Everything is just such a rich Tolkien esque. Mythology and it feels because it is it's a real religion is practiced. It feels real in the way that a lot you know. And again, this is an atheist talking, but like there there's something grounded in real to it that makes it extra scary for me. So like I said, I I, I don't know. I mean to me, I judge a movie, a horror movie mostly on, was I afraid or did it make me feel frayed didn't give me that hair raising on the back of my neck sins ation and a got me good two or three times probably got me one more time hadn't they like the the trailer. I saw essentially was like one long sequence of this movie on broken like I could just kind of sit back and smile when I was watching that well, that that for me like it demonstrates to me that I'm not actually being scared in that moment. Like I'm being startled and startled is not the same thing as scared in my mind. You're saying that, like if on subsequent watches, you're not afraid. Of what's happening then that's a unsuccessful scene because it's just exploiting. No, no, no. What I'm saying is knowing that scene was coming, it's the scene that you've seen in the trailer fifteen times now, and you know, we talked about how, oh, we got us in the theater right the first time, and there's a big jump scare moment. And then when it happens in the movie, I still got the reflexive like shake from the jump scare, but I wasn't scared. I knew exactly what was going to happen. I wasn't creepy. It wasn't. It didn't make me go, oh, man. I feel uneasy here. It just simply startled me. That to me feels extremely cheap and not worth the scare. It's funny because there are moments in these movies that I think like I've seen the conjuring to two or three times since I saw it in the movie because it's been on HBO and a couple of things, and I'm like, fuck it. And there's that scene where Lorraine is confronting the none the varick. Monster in ED's private study where he's painted her. Yeah, and like there's a shadow kind of walks around the room and then behind the painting, and then the painting slowly kind of morphs into like every single time I watched that. I'm on pins and needles even though I know nothing's going to happen. And I think that's also maybe a weakness of the the none formula is that I am convinced that no one important is going to die. It's so funny because I thought that that the the ties character I was convinced that she couldn't die because I thought she was going to grow up to be Ronald version of the d'alene and I didn't know their their names well enough to know that. Oh, at sister, Irene, that's a problem. And I thought, maybe maybe, I mean, yeah, I maybe that's a giant spoiler but I just never felt like the main characters endanger and that is a bit of a weakness of the formula to because if no one can be hurt or permanent, let you know if Ed and Lorraine can always bust in the holy water and the crucifixes and bust the ghosts a lot..

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"anna bill" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Would you consider this? Don't play your auto, get voted out. Go to to excel b b Teague in which is a big question Mark around that because she was great, but he's no slashing Italia. Anti-gang Teagan goes home. You'll threat of the power. Couple is no longer in play. You go back into the game, you have an idol that no one knows about because you definitely would have played an audit if you had one. Yeah, and now you can go to the contenders because if there's going to be some sort of swap or something on the horizon, knowing that I was voted out guys, no one wanted to play with me on you'll Nikon danza. Yes. Now that works for me. But do you think that that is the riskiest craziest harebrained scheme that even Sarah too late would not. I Nick to be quad on us. It's an, it's an amazing idea, but it it is basically presuming it's acting on the presumption that hey, will be taken. Yes of cool. Now idea what style of challenge it. My be like it might be an endurance challenge and maybe taking because she's lost up. She can hold on Asia to Paul like you have no idea what's what's what challenge it's going to be that that decides comes back in the game. And so essentially you'll, you know what I never would have wrist. I never would have risked lie walking off the island and hyping bus. Some twists that I that I came back into the in your back into pi. Sorry, it is usually risky. It's amazing. It would guarantee you like a good few more like a good, a good distance in the guy. If you bait taken. On all that with the idol and you can, you can say that you, you have no one your, you're your free agent. However, the first obstacle very that when it may is a little too scary, Sarah's lake recycler little on very risky the since of all of it that was suggested by the great Anna Bill, who is the author of the spots wreck. Poed blog check hair out. She is the best on Twitter. She came up with that idea and I'm definitely stealing. I thought that was a really interesting way, but this risk of the survive apply would never if the million years do that. Nine. Nine, nine. It's amazing. I'd love all be done best team ever. But I guess what you're doing is you are sacrificing a like a good ally. If it does work you have. Now you've robbed from the board completely. Whereas I think a good ally in this game is way more important than an auto than a. Yeah. Anything then people any any other? Nothing in this game is better than a good ally. And if you got to the end without story, that is a sole survivor move right there like you acting as a like, hardly on your taking those risks on it is you really would be like surviving as an incredible individual pile was very similar to South Pacific with all the voting himself out to go to them Chanel and to beat. Oh, yes. Ain't know. He comes back, but let's see. Like he's proven himself in challenges. He'd suddenly unlike seeks, no, the breadth of survivor can throw you. So. What did you think about he kind of pitching this idea of sending a weight, go lock in needed to go against Teagan so that he can ensure that will not ensure about taking the best chance of coming back. I think that's one hundred percent what I would have done, and it also makes sense eight. It's kind of lack. It doesn't read necessarily as hey, is making an overtly huge movies going like, all right. Well, I'm with the boys now. Unheard of the boys want. They want one of the girls and what who's the weakest girl. It's an eight doesn't rate as like he's doing anything crazy, which is obviously why I don't think they is, oh hasty this Paul hate is just trying anything. This point. So, yeah, I think it makes sense that he went for NATO. So what did you think? So why like why would they know split the vote? Is there something that we're missing? Was there not enough trust? Was there not enough time? What was it? Why would they not split the on on. Is it because they would think that even if he did have an auto, there would be no point in using it because no one would use it just to be sent to exile..

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Lt. Col. Michael Waltz on tensions between Iran, Israel

News, Traffic and Weather

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Lt. Col. Michael Waltz on tensions between Iran, Israel

"Know which could shoot rocks the size of refrigerators into the air north korea is saying it will destroy a key nuclear test facility later this month ahead of the june twelfth summit between president trump and kim jong un abc's jennifer eccleston is at the foreign desk north korea has said it will hold a ceremony for the dismantling of its nuclear test site as promised during a historic meeting between the leaders of the two koreas state media reported the event will take place at the end of may and be open to foreign journalists president trump tweeted his thanks to north korea for the move calling it quote a very smart and gracious gesture president trump's attorney rudy giuliani is walking back his statements that the president blocked the at and t time warner merger the administration had said the president had no influence on the decision giuliani is now saying president trump told him directly that he didn't interfere you're listening to abc news okay from the start off sorolla terry alfalfa leaf aloe vera apples asparagus and anna bill pepper broccoli oh beer is like there's fran berry i make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits.

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"anna bill" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

Thirst Aid Kit

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"anna bill" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

"It's fine it's broach edge yeah all right anna bill so let's think about this you want someone who is was you said like a big man like fake mine but with some age coal rocky brains what are you coming up with i am thinking of a gentleman by the name of eamonn walker yes he currently plays battalion chief wallace boden on chicago fire which is on nbc it's about chicago fire departments i didn't see that coming and he is you know he's got to take care of all these ragamuffin firefighters whatever and all their drama and all this kind of stuff that's very sad you yeah you know but he's stern but loving you know all of that but he's he's about fifty five yeah yeah he's british can i say something to you you looking good you let brash and fine i'm proud of proud of you and he has a really good voice good yes oh man and he has quite an angular face very kind of old fashioned man's face you know so yeah that's yeah i think he's at wow nicole that was on yeah he's pretty tall he's run he looks like he would definitely keep you safe in the fire yeah white to him heft he was also in the tv series is on hbo from several years ago oh my gosh almost twenty years ago i think so he's been in the business for a long time definitely check him out that is e a m o n in walker i think i think he could satisfy your needs i believe that but i hope that's helped you out and if you yourself dailies are looking to get some of that sesame help listen give us a call leave him very brief message kula on seven six five eight four four seven seven eight that seven six five eight.

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