35 Burst results for "Batman"

Jeff James: The Importance of Locked Doors in Dangerous Situations

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 3 d ago

Jeff James: The Importance of Locked Doors in Dangerous Situations

"Just like in schools there's nothing There is no bill that's going to stop a kid with a psychopathological disorder All the time from trying to kill people you're not what you can do is you can buy time Time buys you to power to think the power to think gives you the opportunity in the fog award to make a decision And the decision enables you to live So that's where a school security officer comes in The guy's not going to be he man He's not Batman There's a good chance that he may sadly or she get killed But again if they engage the target it buys you time A man trapped or you described by you time A simple act and I'd like you to get into this because you mentioned that on my show's best weekend Of locking a door can buy you time too because what did you find out about locked doors in your research on this Yeah so it's one of the things I brought up last week that I don't know it looks like the pattern still holds up in yesterday's incident But no child has died in a school shooting if they were behind a locked door unless they were injured before they got behind the door So look these people don't want the exception is unless it's a targeted act If it's a workplace shooting and you were the boss who fired me and I'm coming to find you I might try to shoot my way through that door if I know you're in your office But if I'm deranged and all I want is a high body count I'm not going to waste the time trying to get through a locked door when I can find a target rich environment where people are in the halls or people in a playground or in the cafeteria So yeah getting behind a locked door and hiding and staying quiet we have found that that is in these incidents a true lifesaver

Did Chuck Schumer Forget That the Left Celebrates Replacement Theory?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | Last week

Did Chuck Schumer Forget That the Left Celebrates Replacement Theory?

"This Batman. Hey, senator Schumer. What do you call the replacement theory when you guys do it? What do you do, what do you say when you do it? Last night, Tucker Carlson ran a Montage of all the Democrats. Crowing about illegals replacing American voters. They call it shifting demographics. They call it turning Texas blue. It's the replacement theory. And they've bragged about it for years. I played a clip for you yesterday where Joe Biden bragged about it. He said it's going to be a good thing when whites are in the minority. The Democrats have been very transparent. In appreciating the influx of illegals into America for electoral gain.

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'Hollywood Heroes' Author Frank Turek Dissects 'Batman'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

'Hollywood Heroes' Author Frank Turek Dissects 'Batman'

"Why don't we take a look at Batman for a second because Batman is a mover, series of movies that I think puts forth a better than any other movie, the real condition of human beings. In other words, that human beings are depraved. Unlike other superheroes, Eric, when you look at Batman, Batman is spending all his time trying to lock up bad guys in Gotham, but he can never take a night off. Why? Because no matter how many bad guys he locks up, he's not going to turn Gotham into a utopia because human beings are depraved. They can't, if he locks up one guy, the next night there's going to be another guy. He can never take a break. He never wins. And this ultimately wears on him to wear Batman actually becomes sort of cruel himself in some of these later versions of the movies, but this really demonstrates, I think, better than any other of the series we look at. And as I say, we look at a lot of the different series of movies in here in the book Hollywood heroes. How human beings are depraved. And this is why we're not going to create a utopia. This is why the conservative viewpoint on human nature is correct that we're bent toward evil. It's easy to be bad. It's hard to be good. And the folks out there who are trying to say, oh, let's defund the police. And it's nonsense. It actually shows you this movie Batman shows you where these movies Batman show you the true nature of human

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How Your Favorite Movies Reveal God With Frank Turek

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

How Your Favorite Movies Reveal God With Frank Turek

"Folks, I'm excited. I get to talk to a friend of mine, Frank turret. He has written a book with his son, evidently, Frank Turk has written a book with Zach turret. It's called Hollywood heroes, brand new book, Hollywood heroes, how your favorite movies reveal God Frank Turk. Welcome to the program and how does young Frankenstein reveal God? It's always great being with you, Eric. What a question. I always want to start out with a real jerk question. This is a Frankenstein book because it's my son and I together doing it, and he's actually now 34 years old in the air force. And already seminary grad, and he's a movie buff. So he said, dad, we got to do a book on movies, how they all point to the ultimate hero Jesus. They said, we're on. Let's do it. Well, a good movie, you know, has to conform to the laws of reality and to the laws of narrative and whatever. And there's no way you escape pointing to God since he's the author of reality. But most people don't know that, which is why you wrote a book about it called Hollywood heroes. Exactly. And we go through the big superhero movies, Eric, we're going through Captain America, Iron Man, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Batman, Star Wars Wonder Woman, and they all point to the ultimate hero Jesus. Superman's in there as well, by

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"batman" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

The Trying Scotsman Podcast

07:58 min | Last month

"batman" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

"There has to be something that sets it apart. And there just wasn't. Pattinson wasn't that bad. He was all right, I guess. But yeah, there was no, there was no standout moments for me cast in wise, there was no one I thought that was. Caught women it was all just meh. It was just a bag of meh. And some people love it. And let them, you know, they're not, if they love it, they've obviously found things that speak to them. As a big Batman and D.C. fan, like I've always said, I'm more D.C. than marvel, not like the toxic fan boy shit, but I relate more to the D.C. stuff. I do like the darker grittier stuff. But. After every movie that D.C. puts out lately, I think wonder women the original Wonder Woman may be with Gal Gadot. That could have been the saving grace that could have been the pivotal moment. And pissed it away again. They can not get the universe. To be even on par with marvel, fuck, beat and marvel, just fucking get it to the same quality. You've got all these TV shows that you just keep thrashing out until all good ideas of God and it just turns to shit. Consolidate your universe of the TV shows tie in with the movies, like marvel. Let them see that your copy in them. I mean, realistically, if you go back to the comments, everything is a copy in some shape or form, you've got characters that are basically the same. They just look a little bit different, they've got different names. Just get your shit together. Really is all that I can say. Stop getting these people that are just like, oh my God, I'm gonna make a freaking Batman movie. Like I think that movie definitely needed the studio to step in. And if the studio did step in, there may be step out. But yeah, it was just, like I said, it just felt like someone put it together. Just because, like, if you're gonna do Batman, do Batman. 'cause even the end in of it. Like, if you go back to Nolan's trilogy, and you've got the call in cards and obviously turn it over and it's a Joker. You're like, oh, my fucking God. The end of this, you're just like, at stop reusing the same fucking villains. Like how many times have we seen fucking penguin? Cat women. You know, you don't need, you don't need three villains in a movie. You don't need three main villains, anime. Like obviously Tim Barton's Batman had Joker. Batman Returns, obviously then you ramp up a little bit. You have two main villains. Can't women in penguin, although cat women is not technically a villain per se, she obviously she straddles the line. But you don't need just have one main and don't even play all your cards. You know, keep some behind for the fucking Like, you know, the falcone thing was so obvious. And John Turturro love him did not like him as falcone or falcone, however you want to pronounce it. It just felt like, I don't know, it felt like the movie dragged and then it kind of raced to tie everything up at the end. And then flooding the city. You breached the sea wall and the fucking city floods. So if you are planning on a sequel, what's the worst that's going to happen now? I think the only other thing you can do is nuke the place. I think this is a trouble you get these very ambitious people that don't pace it right. And the trying to cram as much in as they can. We are a more sensible play would be hold back the main villain. Like, look at Batman Begins. You thought you knew who ra's Al Ghul or Rachel Ghul was? And then it fucks with you. And then it fucks with you again, because you're like, was that the real? Or was that just another decoy? You know that? That held its and granted obviously by mom again, so you did have because you had the scarecrow bit scarecrow wasn't really a main villain. Scarecrow is just like a sort of say that, which is fine. But there's out of all of the villains within the D.C. universe. And you just keep using the same ones. Like, initially I thought calendar man might have been in The Batman. Because when it mentioned Halloween, and I thought, oh, could this tie in with long Halloween somehow? And there'll be a bit there. But I think the timeline of the movie is it all takes place over the course of a week. It felt like a fucking week watch, and but like, there's so many characters. We haven't really seen apart from in Suicide Squad. We haven't really seen killer croc. Clayface. A fucking on screen well done clay face would be fucking amazing. Obviously, it seems like the last and about plays naive and not apologies and her, but again, she could be done really well. There's the femme fatale. It seamlessly easy. We're going for the low hanging fruit. Because the thing is, you could argue it's like a gun for the recognizable things. Things that are dragged people to the cinema. Batman should be recognizable on his own. The villains in it should be a bonus. But then take that and look at the detective division aspect of it. Pretty much only people that played the games would appreciate that because that's the only other time we've sort of seen it done like that. And as we all know, not everybody loves video games, a lot of people especially the movie lovers hate video games. They don't like it interactive movies, which is bizarre to me because I'm kind of think that they go hand in hand. But, you know, so you can't even see all they did that for familiarity because a lot of people would never have realized that and obviously there's only so far in the comics and stuff that you can you can portray something like that. It obviously plays differently when it's live in front of your eyes. But yeah, people are probably not going to like my opinion on the movie and that's fine. You know, if we all had the same opinion then it would be pretty fucking bored in. But you know, as much as I do love Batman, I'm not.

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"batman" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

The Trying Scotsman Podcast

07:43 min | Last month

"batman" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast

"Welcome to the triumphs got some podcasts. This is a bonus episode, just a quick chat, stroke rant about The Batman, the latest movie. I didn't like it. I'm not going to be about the bush. I did not like it. It wasn't terrible. It wasn't brilliant. It just, I don't know. I feel like it just didn't need to be. Very much like my thoughts on the Joker movie. It just didn't need to happen. I did nothing of value. The one thing I did enjoy was that, well, actually another two things I enjoyed. One, they didn't rehash Thomas and Martha getting killed again. Like they seemed to have to do in every single Batman movie. And the sort of detective vision, like in the game, but kind of made a bit more, I guess, down to earth a little bit. Although I hate seeing people touch in their eyes, like I can't see people put contact lenses and stuff like that. So to see that shit, I wasn't a fan. But I like the way that the integrated the detective division kind of thing. But yeah, the story just, it didn't need that there was nothing new. I didn't like the riddler. That just was such a pointless. Like that actually made me love Jim Carrey's riddler even more. Yeah, I just, I struggled with it. And I kept watching it. We in for something that would grab me because normally, stuff like that, stuff that I really love. I get goosebumps. And I got goosebumps at the music at the start. And then I realized it was Nirvana. And I realized that's why I got goosebumps. Because of more like nostalgia. But like the score, other Batman movies, the typically the score grabs you, like Danny Elfman, Hans Zimmer, there's just something that messes with you physically. Like, you know, when it starts ramping up, I can feel just thinking about it, especially Dark Knight Rises, which not many people have a lot of good things to say about it. I loved it. But like the score when it surges and it, I can feel my heart kind of beaten faster, it seems to be faster because my body is being dragged into this. And there was none of that. There was no feeling. I felt like half hour day and I felt like I'd watched the whole thing because it just felt that long the piece and of it was just painfully slow. The fight seems where there are some are pretty cool. Like the bet in the subway or the train station, whatever it is, that was pretty cool. But it just wasn't long enough. And at one point I did because there's this, there's this guy who looks like he's meant to be getting initiated into the gang. Because my Phoebe was like half his face is painted the other half is and that sets him out from the others because I think he hasn't been fully inducted into the crew yet. And what was meant to take place in the train station was going to get him the other half of his face. But I thought, oh, could this be Jason Todd? Could this be. Something that might pan out? And then that's that. Nothing. Andy Serkis is Alfred. No, I love on the circus. I wasn't a big fan of Michael Keane as well, Alfred mind. Because Alfred is meant to Alfred isn't meant to be like this cockney gazer. He's meant to be a fucking sort of, I don't know. I know he's a butler. So his life is of servitude. But he's meant to be posh. I mean, the best depiction of Alfred, I think, is in Batman the animated series. I loved Michael gough, but he didn't have a master. But yeah, it was just the cast and just didn't make sense. Jim Gordon sounded more like Batman than Batman. With a husky voice. The Batmobile was shit. Penguin, you didn't need Kuala farro. And again, I'm a big fan of Colin Farrell's work for the most part, but you didn't need him for that role. I don't think he already did anything to it. It was mainly makeup. The lanes and everything I feel could have been delivered by anybody. You know, you could have had Nolan north who did the voices in the Arkham games. In that gear. I can't remember the guy's name, but the one that played Nixon. In the Watchmen. He could have been penguin. Anybody could have played that. Yeah, just it just felt pointless. It's almost three hours long. No need. If it was three hours of quality storytelling and it brought something new, like the end, I won't get too much into that, but the end just pissed me off. The final scene in arc. The whole thing about Martha haven't been admitted into our commit some point in our life. That felt like it was trying to allude to I think as the earth to Martha becomes the Joker, Bruce dies, Thomas becomes Batman. And Martha becomes a joke or something like that. It just felt like it was trying to make some kind of connection. They are you didn't really get to witness much of Bruce Wayne, being a Playboy or any of that. Yeah, just I can't think of any moment that stood out and I was like, wow, that was that was amazing. It didn't even need to be about my movie. That could have just been a movie on corruption. That could have been like the American fucking duty or something like that. There was nothing really apart from using names from the series and obviously the appearance of Batman. That story. I think this is the thing, a Batman story has to be something that could only be told in The Batman universe. It can only be told in the DC Universe..

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If Kremlin Use Carlson's Clips, What if China Uses LeBron's Clips?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

If Kremlin Use Carlson's Clips, What if China Uses LeBron's Clips?

"Published this big expose that the Kremlin supposedly is issuing a memorandum or has issued a memorandum, advancing Tucker Carlson's commentary from Fox News. In Russia, in other words, mother Jones and David corn alleging if you know anything about David corn, this is not a guy who's in the middle. He's not objective. He's a far left journalist. But the far left narrative is that Tucker Carlson of Fox News channel is an agent or a pawn or a tool of Vladimir Putin. So riddle me this Batman, what are you going to do if we get into a major showdown with China, what are they going to say about the LeBron James of the world? As it applies to China. What are they going to do with the NBA or Major League Baseball or any of these big woke professional sports leagues that are in bed with China? What are they going to do about Facebook and all these big companies and big tech in bed with China? If China assists Russia and according to the what the Biden administration is saying, that will absolutely be a bridge too far. And we'll have to take on China, what's LeBron James going to say about China then? More to the point, what are the same far lefties who are condemning Tucker Carlson going to say? About the lefties like LeBron James. Who are in bed with China. That'll get

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Box Office and Streaming Picks for the Weekend

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Box Office and Streaming Picks for the Weekend

"Let's talk about what people actually might want to see, which is what's coming up at the box office. Either this weekend or coming up soon that you think people should keep an eye out for. Well, you know, it's a little bit of a quiet time in The Batman just came out. Right. So that's a problem because that's going to kind of flood the deck and everyone's going to go see that. So the box office release schedule has been lighter than usual of late, which is interesting. And I think a lot of content, especially fresh content is coming directly to streaming and they're too quick notes is death in the Nile, which I thought was rather enjoyable, came out a few weeks ago. It didn't make much noise at the theater. But yesterday it was just announced that it will be a viewing on both Hulu and HBO Max at the end of this month. So if you missed it, don't blink, it's coming directly home very soon. And I think that we've seen that a few times, even nightmare alley, which is up for best picture, made a quick jump to Hulu. And more and more times you're seeing these major releases just going straight to streaming. So I think it sends a message to potential theater goers that, hey, hold your hold your horses. It's coming soon. So I don't think that's going to have a great effect in the box

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"batman" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"batman" Discussed on Cinemavino

"But I mean, I remember hearing people gasp when they saw it like that black sports car looking Batmobile, which was bulletproof and armored and could spin completely around. On a dime, so I do remember that. That was also a cool reveal, but it was very different. This Batmobile felt like it was like an old school Dodge challenge. Yes. I got that vibe too. Got a little challenger vibe. Yeah. Sports car, but more like heavy duty. It reminded me of a hellcat challenger. It was a muscle car for sure. It was a Charles Bronson sports car. Yeah. Yeah. It was great. It was so cool. It's just the sound of it was amazing. I think that made it worth going to see in theaters. And rock up your pills and all that. Yeah. I love that. Oh, fuck, you're so cool. Yeah. And the scene of him chasing the penguin was just it went on for too long, but I think it was it. Again, like I said, if I was that director, I would want to show off my Batmobile. Yeah. That's sort of like a trademark of Batman, right? So if you're going to make a Batman movie, you've got to show off your Batmobile. No matter how dark it is, he has to have cool shit. And I appreciated that he rode around on his motorcycle most of the time because it's more practical and it's more sleuthing and he can kind of like be incognito. Even if he has a fucking cape. Yeah. It's like the bat pod in The Dark Knight trilogy where it's like he can maneuver and disappear easier. So it fits the character a little more than driving at that point like a car or the size of a small house. It definitely this movie had more of like a small scale hero like vigilante vibe. Yeah. Then it was like, you know, Batman. It was like, he wasn't allowed to operate within the law. I obviously, there were some things where he was getting brought in the crime scenes, and he was being allowed to see things. But it was because he was being specifically called out by the Joker. To The Batman, all those riddler, yeah. And so but you saw a lot of cops be like, why is this fucking guy? Yeah, that was fun. Not one to let him through. Yeah. Yeah, but then you learn later. It's like they may be on the payroll or whatever. They may not want their own apparel. Yeah. What do you think about John Turturro as carmine falcone? The crime box. So it's kind of funny because I just watched rounders, one of the movies we're going to do for the next couple of weeks. He was in there at knish. I thought he was good. He wasn't really like, he was a big part of the movie. He was kind of like an ominous guy in the background. Travis obviously would have a lot more thoughts about falcone..

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"batman" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"batman" Discussed on Cinemavino

"I am vengeance. Basically. Yeah, we didn't get a lot of, I mean, we got a lot of emo Batman. And I think my go to is he put the goth back in Gotham. We got a lot of dark and brooding Bruce Wayne. And I think this movie got the perfect balance of Bruce Wayne to Batman for what this movie was. It was like 85% Batman 15% Bruce Wayne. Yes. And I think that's the perfect amount. I think for where his character was and where the story was telling, I wanted to see Batman. I didn't want to see Bruce Wayne. And we got to see detective Batman basically. It was great. Yeah. I think that's something that's been missing from a lot of The Batman movies that have existed over the last couple of decades. Even though Nolan version. Yeah. I mean, even the Nolan version was like, it was an action movie. It was an action movie that had Batman in it. Yeah. This was Batman the character was comic book Batman. He was a detective. He was seeing things that other people weren't seeing. But then he was also being a bulletproof badass walking through hallways. Yeah. I thought it was really good. It was a good balance of that for sure of the iconic thing that made you see it in the trailer so I'm telling you to give anything away, but when he catches up to the penguin and it's like you see him in slow motion getting out like what the framed by the burning wreckage, yeah, and it's slow motion. It's like, that's a great shot. Yeah. And that's a good action shot of Batman, and that's an iconic. I think they'll be one of the iconic images of the movie. But I did love the detective side of that where he is like Law & Order Batman. Sherlock Holmes Batman. Reading the scene and figuring out the mystery behind it all. I did enjoy that. How quickly he could solve the riddler's riddles faster than a layperson could, because he's just so sharp still on top of it. Which is classic Batman. The riddler is a Batman villain for a reason, is because Batman is really good at solving. Not puzzles, but mysteries. Yeah. So I think they did a good job of doing the riddler as well. I'm not going to get into too many spoilers. But I think the villains in this were really good. Zoë Kravitz. It was awesome as catwoman. I think she was tremendous on screen. Well cast, yeah. Really well cast really well directed. The penguin with Colin Farrell unrecognizable is Colin Farrell..

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"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

"46. Rob, do you want to make your case more quickly? Yeah. It tells a great Batman story without any of the bloat. Like part of my problem with some of these the Nolan movies, even some of the Burton movies, is there's a point about an hour and 45 minutes in where I'm like, wait, there's a whole nother act of this movie left. Batman mask of the phantasm is a great Batman origin story. It's a great Batman love story. It's a mob movie. It's the avenging angel thing. And it gets in and out in 76 minutes. It's just lean, damn fine storytelling. It's everything you love about the animation style of the animated series, the sound of the animated series, the look of it, the art deco, I think that thing just moves in a way that almost no other Batman does, and I think one other feather in its cap, Kevin Conroy is an amazing Batman. He is great. Mark Hamill is an amazing Joker. Fantastic. One of the best. It's not too much more complicated than that. Yeah, you made a great case. No. It is really strong. It is really strong. So what would you put, what would you put in 60? You would put Batman. So I had, yeah, I had Batman 89 at 7, if that's on the board. I'm gonna try to plug it into every spot you can give me until we get to the top 5. So to me, for me personally, it's Batman Begins at 6. I'm a phantasm at 5, and then we can fight over at the top four. Now, I think there will be people who, I think people will be mad at probably me because of my bad, no one takes over the years for doing that. But that is what legitimately I like the remaining 5 movies a lot more than Batman Begins. That's fine. Including phantasm, which I think is dope and I agree with rob, you made a great case for it. So just real quick, the prestige, you're out, you're out on the prestige. No, I like it a lot. I don't dislike the reception. I am, yes. You're out on inception. Yes. It's a whole other pod. We'll do it another time. Oh my God. I'm on the record on the rewatchables. It's the most reviled episode in the history of that series because of how down on it I wasn't a handful of other people on that episode. Let's not relitigate that. Okay, focus on the task at hand here. All right, I'm sorry. Four movies remaining. Now, we should do a good Nolan conversation banks. I want to hear your thoughts about it. We got right now two Burton movies, The Dark Knight and The Batman. Now, The Batman probably should go to four. I think over time, it'll be interesting to see how it's understood because I don't want there to be too much recency bias, but I don't want to over correct either..

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"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:24 min | 2 months ago

"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

"That being said, I have a lot of faith in Reeves to translate ridiculous IP. He's done it over and over again with cloverfield and with the Planet of the Apes movies, and now with this movie, he's got a really good track record. So if someone's gonna make another movie featuring the Joker, that does not Joaquin Phoenix. Thankfully. And it's not he pledger tragically. I want to see Matt Reeves version, so I suspect we will get to see it. We got to rank these movies and that's going to be hard to do. Are there any closing thoughts you want to share on The Batman? I have one. And that's one of the classic Batman themes they come to over and over again is this idea that Batman creates his villains, right? Like he inspires them. He is their genesis. I think this movie is one of the most effective renderings of that idea. Where you have a riddler character who you think the whole movie is setting up to unmask and reveal who Batman is. But the big reveal is that he thinks he's working with Batman. He thinks that he is kind of like a parasocial relationship with Batman where he thinks they're on the same team. I've never seen a version of that story in that idea conveyed like that in these movies. They talk about it a lot. They say, oh, I'm the Joker, you're Batman, you complete me. This whole idea. They dance around it a lot. This version I found really visceral really effective. I thought they nailed that element of the story. And that's why, you know, joker or not or whoever they want to do in future versions of these movies. I'm optimistic about what they can do with these villains to ground them in this context because they got that part so right. I guess my final my final thought on the film would be I really hope people appreciate it for what it is. I can see my homies not being into this one. I always put books through my hobbies test, you know? I take all my hobbies to see fan of 99. And they're like, oh shit. You know what I'm saying? How can that move so fast on my brother? It's like gonna let it come to you. But I could see them. Relax. They never seen Star Wars. Was this their first Star Wars film? Yeah, but the south that ruse before. They never saw that shit. They never saw it. They knew VHS tapes available in rouge in 1999. Let me tell you something. They're not fucking with that shit, Sean. Some of them, some of my other homies have definitely seen it, but they really don't care about that shit. Not like that, you know what I mean? Yes. No, I get home. So they might see the lightsabers, but they don't know how I can run fast and all that. I digress. What I'm saying is that in this film, I think.

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"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Up, Bruce is sitting next to his side, Alfred wakes up at Bruce goes you lied to me. I'm like, yo. You get him support shoes? Like literally. Like, think about that, man. Alfred wakes up, it's like, yo, yo, man. Yo, you been lying to me. Alfred actually turns around to smile at him with a half mangled face from shrapnel from a bomb that got sent to him because you are Batman. And he was so mean. And so that, so little things like that are the bold steps in the filmmaking because it's really, really daring because the Alfred Batman father said relationship that right there is a tent pole. Like that's something that has to happen. The coolness of the Batmobile. The Batmobile isn't cool and this movie is scary. It's like a marauding street demon. That's like unstoppable and you can do it's a scary thing. It stands there, growling at the camera for like 5 to ten seconds. It's like everything that you think that they're going to do with the movie they completely change it. And Bruce was to your point, the most glaring one. How many seats total did we get of Bruce? Of Bruce. Maybe four, maybe. He never, ever had any interaction with catwoman as Bruce Wayne. She has no clue. Which is also something that always gets revealed. Like, oh, interesting choice, yeah. Yeah, yeah, it's a good point. Yeah. Yeah. Let's talk quickly about catwoman. I think I'm a very, very strong defender of Michelle Pfeiffer as catwoman. I think that's Selena Kyle's very, you know, I was 11 years old now but we came out. You can imagine it's coming of age, learning a lot about myself, saw that portrayal on screen, pretty big deal, and I know you feel the same way. Rob, rob, this is between Ben and I. But this character is different. I would say, honestly, equally as sexy, but rendered very differently. Selena Kyle in Batman Returns is nuts. She is a fruitcake..

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Movie Makers Say No to Russia Showings

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Movie Makers Say No to Russia Showings

"Good morning, sunny bunch, it's a Batman week. I've got to talk to even though there's a war underway because maybe finally American movie theaters are going to be crowded. Yeah, I think it's safe that there'll be pretty crowded. Assuming you want to go see The Batman because that's the only thing that's going to be playing in most of multiplexes. I mean, you mentioned you mentioned Hollywood and Ukraine. It is worth noting that all of the major studios now universal paramount Disney, Sony I'm missing one here. Have announced that they are going to skip putting movies out in Russia. Warner Brothers is the one I miss Warner Brothers, of course, has a big movie out this weekend, The Batman. And they are, they said, we're putting a pause, we're putting a pause on the release of The Batman in Russia to join the growing international commercial boycott of Russia. So, you know, Hollywood, there's only so much Hollywood can really do with any movie with Russians as villains.

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"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:47 min | 3 months ago

"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

"But I knew that that wouldn't be enough that if you couldn't find a way after there being so many iterations, you also have to prove to an audience that there's a reason to revisit this. And so this idea of leaning into a very point of view driven story that was going to be a world's greatest detective story and that we were going to take not an origin tale. I knew I couldn't do that. That had been done so many times really well too. We couldn't possibly see Martha's pearls on the cement again. I was like, well, what if we did an early days Batman who still had a lot to learn, who still had a place where you could take him and put him through the crucible of this experience of trying to solve this mystery that could turn very personal and that the movie could be an awakening for him. I thought, well, we haven't seen that. That level of this kind of intimate sort of relationship to not Bruce becoming Batman to Batman being Batman and Batman kind of really being in a way driven by his shadow side and not aware of everything he was doing so that he was really acting in a kind of instinctual way, I felt like, okay, I think if we could do that and then introduce all of these characters in a way that feel fresh and new, that that could be a really interesting new and fresh take that could warrant another movie. And that's what we set out to do. But you can't, of course, you know, the horrifying thing is you start writing. And as I'm writing, suddenly I start seeing the thing that's there every day as you're walking down the street, but you don't really notice because it's not what you're doing. I suddenly would see babies in onesies with the bats symbol on it. And people in their t-shirts and in their sweatshirts and wearing their baseball caps. And you go, oh wow, I know I love Batman, but I realize this is serious. If you look at when you look on Twitter, you're like going, people are fighting about Batman. And I was like, okay, there's nothing you can do other than fight for your own version and know that, look, for this moment, I am custodian..

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"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

"I was able to take this one because the fantastical element was that he was Batman, but the truth is Batman already is not a fantastical element because he is not a superhero. He doesn't have powers. What he has is a super heroic will. His what has happened to him as a child has so traumatized him that he is willing to do anything in order to try and make sense of what happened to him, and he's never going to fix it, right? No matter what he does, he's in a certain way he's revisiting the ghosts of his past every night. He's looking for a fight. He wants to try and change what is unchangeable. And so he will always be haunted by that. And what I wanted in this story was I wanted to deal with that idea of what was driving him in a way that was very union. You know, he has this kind of like shadow side, really, and he's not as much as he wants to think he's doing this to make the city better. It's really for himself also to make sense of his life. And I don't think he understands the degree to which he's driven in this way that's really a personal vendetta. And that's why he begins in this one. He doesn't say, you know, I'm Batman like the Burton movies. He says, you know, I'm vengeance, which does come from the comics and from the animated series. And I thought, well, what I'd love to do is I'd like to see him have an awakening over the course of the story. So he starts to understand that he has to be more that he has to change that it's not enough to take this path of vengeance and take you on that journey and in a certain way have him having awakening that takes him out of being stuck in a place really of being ten years old in a certain way. There are so many ways in which he's kind of naive. And the story and the elements, even his relationship with Selena Kyle, they're all kind of an awakening for him. And so I guess that's really my long sort of rambling answer about what was important to me was to use the psychology of this character and to ground it in a way where Gotham because Gotham is like our world felt like our world and felt like our world now. I mean, that's the whole idea of the kind of social media and the social media mob and all of that the riddler uses like I wanted it to sort of connect so that the audiences would be able to see a character that's beloved to them but in a way that felt fresh but also relevant for now. I want to ask you about some of those things but I'm curious from the very first shot of the film we're seeing a lot of images that are blurred and obscured and this is pretty significantly different from not just most superhero movies, but most movies in general, which sort of feel like hyper real now and especially big budget films. So I'm curious about that decision and maybe why you wanted to film the look this way. Well, to me,.

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"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"batman" Discussed on The Big Picture

"But this might be the one where I'm like that feels the truest to me at least. Yeah, so I've kind of withholding my thoughts on the movie at large while you guys were talking because I feel like it's very much related to Pattinson and how I feel like Pattinson is the first person to nail The Batman part of Batman. I felt like Christian Bale was by far the Bruce Wayne, the best Bruce Wayne we've ever seen because he's almost doing like a riff on Patrick Bateman where he was like extremely glamorous but also extremely kind of strange and untrustworthy and that that was he was almost trying to throw people so actively off the scent of his true identity, whereas Pattinson is almost entirely playing Batman to Joanna's point. You know, we just don't see a ton of Bruce. This is not really a movie about Bruce. Reeves has gone to great pains to avoid repeating some of the origin story. He revises and redefines some of the origin story here around Bruce's parents and the history of Gotham, and that's a big part of the story that maybe we can get into a little bit. But I think the movie really rises and falls on Pattinson and I thought he was really great. I thought he was really great because he was physical but vulnerable, you know? Ben Affleck, when he played Batman, he didn't seem very vulnerable, even though he was a little bit older. He's wearing this kind of like Mecca granite suit and there was something kind of indestructible about his version. All the Schumacher movies, you know, there's something so like rubbery and form fitting about it and it seems sort of otherworldly. One of the great things about Batman, he's just a guy. He's just a dude who put on some tights and he's like, I have fists and but I don't have a gun. I have stuff in a belt, but I'm not gonna shoot you in the face. You know, I'm gonna fight you until you stop committing crimes. And the movie, even though it does have some fantastical elements and it does have a couple of really big action set pieces. It's mostly about a really weird guy who just goes out at night and punches people and then he gets thrust into this criminal underworld. And so it's kind of strange that they've never done a movie like this, but they haven't really ever done a movie like this, and that's really what the story is. So when it comes to that approach, I just thought it was like so obvious as to be perfect..

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Variable Pricing (MM #3998)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Variable Pricing (MM #3998)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. One of the businesses that has struggled throughout the pandemic, of course, is the movie theaters. Nobody wanted to go sit in a room with people who had COVID, so movies, nobody was going. And it's starting to make a rebound, but now it's getting interesting, because two major chains have announced, they're going to start variable pricing. I guess in a way, variable pricing has always been at the movie theater. You have the daytime matinee prices, and then the regular prices. But they're going to get more variable than that, because now a Friday night after dinner is going to cost you a whole lot more on the opening night that's going to cost you on Saturday afternoon or let alone on Thursday at two, both AMC and Cinemark are going to be testing a variable pricing model for their movie tickets. And why it's really important right now and why everybody's freaking out is because AMC announced they're going to be doing it for The Batman movie that's coming out. I think it's this weekend. You've got a superhero movie. It's going to cost you two or three or $5 more to go see it any time of the day or night, no matter what, because they need to make up those profits. You've heard that story before haven't you?

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Variable Pricing (MM #3998)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Variable Pricing (MM #3998)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. One of the businesses that has struggled throughout the pandemic, of course, is the movie theaters. Nobody wanted to go sit in a room with people who had COVID, so movies, nobody was going. And it's starting to make a rebound, but now it's getting interesting, because two major chains have announced, they're going to start variable pricing. I guess in a way, variable pricing has always been at the movie theater. You have the daytime matinee prices, and then the regular prices. But they're going to get more variable than that, because now a Friday night after dinner is going to cost you a whole lot more on the opening night that's going to cost you on Saturday afternoon or let alone on Thursday at two, both AMC and Cinemark are going to be testing a variable pricing model for their movie tickets. And why it's really important right now and why everybody's freaking out is because AMC announced they're going to be doing it for The Batman movie that's coming out. I think it's this weekend. You've got a superhero movie. It's going to cost you two or three or $5 more to go see it any time of the day or night, no matter what, because they need to make up those profits. You've heard that story before haven't you?

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Variable Pricing (MM #3998)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Variable Pricing (MM #3998)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. One of the businesses that has struggled throughout the pandemic, of course, is the movie theaters. Nobody wanted to go sit in a room with people who had COVID, so movies, nobody was going. And it's starting to make a rebound, but now it's getting interesting, because two major chains have announced, they're going to start variable pricing. I guess in a way, variable pricing has always been at the movie theater. You have the daytime matinee prices, and then the regular prices. But they're going to get more variable than that, because now a Friday night after dinner is going to cost you a whole lot more on the opening night that's going to cost you on Saturday afternoon or let alone on Thursday at two, both AMC and Cinemark are going to be testing a variable pricing model for their movie tickets. And why it's really important right now and why everybody's freaking out is because AMC announced they're going to be doing it for The Batman movie that's coming out. I think it's this weekend. You've got a superhero movie. It's going to cost you two or three or $5 more to go see it any time of the day or night, no matter what, because they need to make up those profits. You've heard that story before haven't you?

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Hollywood halts releases in Russia, including 'The Batman'

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Hollywood halts releases in Russia, including 'The Batman'

"Some of Hollywood's movie studios are making a statement about the war in Ukraine pausing the release of films and Russia including the Batman movie just days before the highly anticipated the Batman action thriller wants to open in Russian theaters Warner brothers says in light of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine it's pausing the release of the feature film in Russia what Disney's also halting the release of its Pixar film turning red which was due out next week Disney also says given the scale of the emerging refugee crisis it's working with charitable partners to provide urgent aid and humanitarian assistance Sony's also announced that its pausing the Russian release of more a bus although Russia's not a leading market for Hollywood it typically ranks in the top dozen countries at the box office hi Jackie Quinn

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Emerson Eggerichs: Boys Need a Mother's Respect

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Emerson Eggerichs: Boys Need a Mother's Respect

"About in your book, mother and son, the respect effect. That innate ability of a woman to look at herself first. I mean, it is something I say in gene all the time, where she's loading up guilt because something didn't go right. You were very strong yesterday saying moms don't do that. We know you're going to look to your own heart first to say, look how I've blown it. Look I've shamed. Reiterate that important point for moms, not to go down that alley, which could be really destructive. Right. Well, and the point applies because we're saying that boys need a mother's respect. And at first, that seems counterintuitive, it's countercultural wait a minute. I need my son's respect. I can't believe you're saying I got to respect my boy because he's doing things that are not respectable. He's not being obedient to me. And so, but it was Sarah, my wife, as well as hundreds of others that began to put me on to this when they began to apply this teaching that we've had in marriage that when a wife puts on a respectful demeanor toward her husband, Batman softens, moves toward her and connects, which is the longing of every woman's heart. And she began to apply it to her boy, and they began to write me. And so when I wrote this book, though, I realized I know that many mothers, oh, I have been so disrespectful. Oh, and then she starts replaying her mind, all these scenes where she's blown it. And now she's thinking I've ruined him. I've ruined the family. I've ruined everything. Ruin the cosmos. And she moves into the self deprecation. So one of the things I want to encourage her to do is we need to work together here. This is not for the purpose of you going into that. We're just talking about adding a few vocabulary words to your love and to keep doing what you're doing, but make some adjustments and meet a need here that we think has been removed from the parenting radar screen with regard to a boy's need to feel respected for who he is apart from his performance.

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Mike Gallagher Shares His Appreciation for Joey Hudson

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Mike Gallagher Shares His Appreciation for Joey Hudson

"Them. And Joey Hudson did a great job Friday filling in. Thank you, Joey. Everybody loves Joey Hudson. I get so tired. Always so nice, Mike. He's so polite and you're so mean. He is a great guy and he's a dear friend and a lot of our friends call us Batman and Robin. He's my business manager. He's my absolute confidant and adviser and just I've got quite a history with him. In fact, I've shared this with you before, but I don't mind repeating it that a couple of weeks before my Denise passed away. She said to him, when this happens, my guy's going to need somebody to help him. He has never balanced a checkbook. He's going to be in a cardboard box, and so all those years ago, because Joey was there that whole process with hospice and the funeral home and everything. I don't know what I would have done without Joey. That's the kind of friend he is. And my Denise adored him. I mean, we just love Joey and peg Hudson and on the subject of the hudsons for just a moment. Peg Hudson has been in my life with Joey for about. I was trying to figure this out nearly 30 years. And they have been with me through thick and through thin.

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John Zmirak: We Are Fighting Off a Public Health Dictatorship

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:26 min | 4 months ago

John Zmirak: We Are Fighting Off a Public Health Dictatorship

"It. Obviously, Donald Trump and Franklin Graham people that I would generally agree with on many things, they are saying people should get the vaccine. Of course, they're not in favor of vaccine mandates. But that's kind of where we are right now. Thankfully, the Supreme Court struck down Biden's outrageous overreach, trying to get every company in America that has a hundred and more employees mandate the vaccine. I don't know what's what's the biggest news. You know, because people say, it's so great that it was struck down then I think to myself, the idea that it had to be struck down. The idea that it was floated by this administration is just astonishing to me. Yeah, we are fighting off the imposition of a public health dictatorship. And here's the sort of logic point, a little chunk of logic, I think you should hurl in people's faces. Currently the law of the land is that privacy is such a sacred American right that a woman can abort her 9 month fetus at will. But if she wants to eat at TGI Fridays, she has to show the hostess her vaccine passport. Riddle be that Batman. It's simply

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Cold Medicine (MM #3954)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Cold Medicine (MM #3954)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I spend a lot of time on social media and a bit on TikTok for a few years now. Now, if you go find me at Kevin mason on TikTok, you won't see me posting anything, because nobody wants to see this Batman dance. And while TikTok is fun for the youngsters, it's the latest place for the youngsters to hang out. There's a lot of strange things going on with TikTok that is problematic. One of the latest trends, cooking chicken in cold medicine, where people take chicken breasts and then dump NyQuil all over it and then cook it. Sleepy chicken NyQuil chicken call it what you want. Doctors call it dangerous. And I don't know why people want to do this in the first place. Some people do what I think to start off as a joke, but then some people take the challenge and don't realize when it's a joke. Sure, you can do the ice bucket challenge and that's not harmful to people necessarily. But then you can just do things that are stupid. And these challenges get more and more bizarre as everybody tries to one up another person. Doctors are saying this is dangerous. This could cause death, but it doesn't stop kids from trying and having fun and trying to be silly and stupid and will get attention. They just want to be a part of the crowd. That's scary.

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Cold Medicine (MM #3954)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Cold Medicine (MM #3954)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I spend a lot of time on social media and a bit on TikTok for a few years now. Now, if you go find me at Kevin mason on TikTok, you won't see me posting anything, because nobody wants to see this Batman dance. And while TikTok is fun for the youngsters, it's the latest place for the youngsters to hang out. There's a lot of strange things going on with TikTok that is problematic. One of the latest trends, cooking chicken in cold medicine, where people take chicken breasts and then dump NyQuil all over it and then cook it. Sleepy chicken NyQuil chicken call it what you want. Doctors call it dangerous. And I don't know why people want to do this in the first place. Some people do what I think to start off as a joke, but then some people take the challenge and don't realize when it's a joke. Sure, you can do the ice bucket challenge and that's not harmful to people necessarily. But then you can just do things that are stupid. And these challenges get more and more bizarre as everybody tries to one up another person. Doctors are saying this is dangerous. This could cause death, but it doesn't stop kids from trying and having fun and trying to be silly and stupid and will get attention. They just want to be a part of the crowd. That's scary.

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Cold Medicine (MM #3954)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Cold Medicine (MM #3954)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I spend a lot of time on social media and a bit on TikTok for a few years now. Now, if you go find me at Kevin mason on TikTok, you won't see me posting anything, because nobody wants to see this Batman dance. And while TikTok is fun for the youngsters, it's the latest place for the youngsters to hang out. There's a lot of strange things going on with TikTok that is problematic. One of the latest trends, cooking chicken in cold medicine, where people take chicken breasts and then dump NyQuil all over it and then cook it. Sleepy chicken NyQuil chicken call it what you want. Doctors call it dangerous. And I don't know why people want to do this in the first place. Some people do what I think to start off as a joke, but then some people take the challenge and don't realize when it's a joke. Sure, you can do the ice bucket challenge and that's not harmful to people necessarily. But then you can just do things that are stupid. And these challenges get more and more bizarre as everybody tries to one up another person. Doctors are saying this is dangerous. This could cause death, but it doesn't stop kids from trying and having fun and trying to be silly and stupid and will get attention. They just want to be a part of the crowd. That's scary.

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Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Ted Cruz Are Right to Check Dr. Anthony Fauci

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Ted Cruz Are Right to Check Dr. Anthony Fauci

"Is Senator Cruz told the attorney general you should be prosecuted Yeah I have to laugh at that I should be prosecuted What happened on January 6th senator Do you think this song right there for a second Thank you rich First of all let's break that down His creepy laugh like a Batman villain aside First of all what the question of course is here you have a United States senator who is bringing up the fact that Anthony Fauci a member of the executive branch might have lied before Congress might have perjured himself before Congress Might have in fact totally American people Why So here's the legislative branch doing its constitutional job of being a check on the executive branch of government And instead of her following up and go well senator that's you know we're not talking about January 6th here We're talking about you and possibly now the accusation is that you lie to Congress about gain of function research You lied about the lab leak You lied about these things That's what they're arguing How do you want to respond to that No don't give me a giggle I'm gonna be a giggle like you've just tied up Robin and you're waiting for Batman to rescue him Answer the question This is their job Their job is to check the executive branch of government So what do you have to say to that Doctor Fauci But again Margaret brand is on his side He's the victim here right He's the victim And even though it's very very likely that Fauci did lie to Congress on multiple occasions about gain of function research which led to the virus in China being in that lab and maybe we could have very early on intervened in this whole thing She's willing to let that go because Fauci's a hero of the left And she is CBS So obviously you got to give the guy a pass

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"batman" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"batman" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"But of course as soon as joker is about to pull the trigger on bob dunne that malcolm's crashed the window like a madman. Command flying bat. I do. I make fun of the scene a little bit. This family will probably not be able to afford to replace that window. I mean in one. Let's see window. Movers come again to fix it. Yeah but i just wanted to joke about it. Because it's like if if i was Mr bob lying on the floor crashed through my window. Oh thank goodness. I wish he used the door you know. Does he know widow repairman or come in later to help him in these moments. Like fuck. it's gonna be called tonight you know. Thank goodness damn. It's going to be goal. Shit batman when he comes in he's able to disarm the joker in enjoy your kind of monkey flips batman until into a wall behind him leaving the gun unattended. Now bob picks up the gun. Denton bob's in. Tell toe game although yeah yeah. He's circle or he's got square to this point. Batman was kind of a if your xbox xbox now at this point bob or bobby batman is kind of a man reborn now and he's telling bob that you don't you don't have to murder this man. Show your son kind man you wanna be. If you notice language he uses here. It's also batman being Well written out and also very intellectually on top of his focus again because see him reverting back to the language undoing the exact things he said earlier. Show your son. You're not just show your son. That's not who you are at all earlier. Remember guys the story all began with mister scrooge mister scrooge the bats calling mr bob here you're nothing but a criminal criminal yeah you just. Yeah i mean he seems to be viewing baba's as sub human to a degree. Well human. But yes i mean subhuman i mean because he viewed it was kind of less than like a a set of..

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"batman" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"batman" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"It doesn't make sense that the third spirit comes in even in the original toil telling you the story that cert- spirit was basically a grim reaper. Was it was a type of death. It was a hooded figure. You never saw face but you just saw them hovering there watching. And all of a sudden they would point and like their bony figure would like guide he along and show you the things that are coming to pass. They know your gravestone. Basically this unnerve inc unsettling in scary for silent. Ghost will destroy book here. Our friend batman the will talks about. How will it doesn't make sense to me that you would be guided by this figure and just up and follow them. No questions asked just like yeah sure. You look like a scary motherfucker. You look like trustworthy guys. I'll go follow you and see what you gotta show. No you talked things head off. You'd be what what's going on what what's what's happening here. At like how he potentially tells us that the third spirit might not have actually been a spirit at all but even a whose nation ebeneezer scrooge. oh. And i like that. I do now the original story you know it is the third spirit right but i like the idea the controversy that introduces that third spirit might have just been even who's nation for our boy ebeneezer because it was a scary thing to witness. Hey dispirit it's not talking but you know you have to follow it and it's going to point you to the unfortunate side of the future. You are actually about to face if you don't get your shit together and i like that for this story to even though it's hard for me to believe that. The joker spoiler alert is ever asylum-seeker. Oh yeah i mean. The joker lows to hear his own voice in his own laughter. Yeah he who never be like a like a silent figure now but no i..

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"batman" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"batman" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"So if you could Go and put a stop to this day. Great in batman. Kinda you know lays the jim like. You can't handle the yourselves in. The boys can't do this. Like i have to go out there and find the joker you guys should be worrying about selena And so once again. Batman very foul mood and i get it. You're sick and a dangerous lunatic is out there. Who's probably killing people as you talk to commissioner gordon but come on man have a bad heart And so he he does decide to go out there and look for selena and he finds her and now this is Would stand in place of as being like the ghost of christmas past. Yes and this is very cool way because we really see here is Really wanting to remind bruce of Of what she calls the good old days Like the cat and mouse chase which is ironic actually because in the collection of the christmas. Carol won't recall that. Chris past actually highlighted for evans earlier. That hey life used to be pretty good view to bra. You know remember you had a young romance. You had this romantic fling with this young woman and there were gerald good times and they had like depending on the depiction you watch or read or whatever have you. You'll see them like playing in snow and having a great all fun just romantic data time just like nothing that reflects on the current ebony scrooge when we were introduced earlier kind of the same thing here where we like batman chasing down selena having their flirtatious like balanced back and forth. Like you're a criminal anita put you in versus over like flirting dance. You know zepa meho dances between super. Well better mayo. Excuse me whatever last. Americanized it. And i try to put an accent somewhere between All right hey. If you like it. I love it but now what also is really cool about this too. Was that Swims approach. Here's that she she legitimately wants to just kinda have fun and in her mind like vid vessels. It's always been a gauge. She doesn't care about the jaws in this particular instance. Hey bats come on which doing tonight in a sexual way. Just more come on. Let's play our game. Yeah i mean because there's a game that she can't play with anyone else and it's one of those things where you know we see like i said kind of those flashbacks here of Those two kind of going at it with the whole chase sequence throughout history that also even gave us a his interpretation of like the old cat woman get up mistaken like what is your age. Yeah like the old thing that makes her look like a dagger was.

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"batman" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

SuperHero Homies!

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"batman" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!

"Down in the dumps about it all you know like even later on the page will see him talking to commissioner gordon like can't you boys take care of this come on you know like the bats that we know would never say that. You'd never be like a microstate. There the fuck off that we need the would come anyways. Oh but he also. He doesn't physically harm. Bob by batman does a very stern verbal lashing right and was like. Oh i really wish just would have bergmark batman they would have heard less than this But when batman does stop bob. We do see that. The package that bob half of the jokers full of money Who knows what joke was going to do with that. But batman just lays into this guy is saying that he's nothing but sewer filth and trash and that Bob is lucky that he makes better live in jail. Bait i mean like kissed lays into this guy and i mean if you guys could see bob looks like. Here's rick to morty shit. Bob ain't never going to be nothing essentially but also it's worth pointing out to that. Bob has the biggest knows. I have ever seen like funny because it seems more reflective of all the other visual visualizations of his character. I've seen in like the christmas story or the christmas. Carol retold that makes sense. yeah so So essentially at this point Batman does let bob go but he does put a tracking device on bob because batman meant when he said When you say that. Bob makes better live bait than jail. Beat batman literally told. This man is plan. And it would right over bob's head so what we get next here to scared to comprehend what the hell is actually going on here but now you have to wonder like because he did to batman everything he knew which wasn't much Bob doesn't know where joker is. He doesn't know You know where it could be hiding ad and joker is gonna have him about the packers at a different location. Bub doesn't know. Shit and batman knows that batman also knows that joker is gonna come looking for his money and he's gonna come from bob to do it. Yup using the small fish to get the big one. Yeah and and that really is kind of like.

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"batman" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"batman" Discussed on Currently On

"Subsequent airings have carried a TV p. g. rating for violence so Now I know there's some animated movies that have much strong has language and lots of issues. This one doesn't have any of that if your concern. So the kids could watch it but it has a darker tone. It's Batman vs Dracula. So you're gonNA have vampire and you're going to have a lot of this. Here's what I think is I'll just throw some thoughts I. Don't want to give spoilers away. Here's what I'll just give some basic thoughts on the show. I liked the way it begins because it utilizes two of the very famous villains from the Batman Mythology Batman comic books. Batman storytelling got the Penguin and you've got the joker. So you've got these two. You've got these two that are very critical to the storytelling and let's just say the story starts off with someone breaking out of an Assane Asylum are eight. You got them trying to find some hidden treasure hidden gold stolen loot. Okay. Stolen money stolen gold, and next thing you know penguin and joker are both trying to get this hidden treasure, this hidden gold hill hidden thing and what they ultimately discover. Well, joker kind of takes a different turn. You'll. You'll have to see what happens to the joker really really cool turn what happens to the joker but the penguin ultimately while he's trying to. After he's kind of gotten away from the joker and he's going to do this on his own. Well, let's just say he doesn't stumble upon treasure. He stumbles upon Dracula and the next thing you know Dracula has come to and then the chaos ensues So I I love the first part of it I thought was really clever using the joker, the penguin kind of agreed for money a desire to get treasure don't care about anybody else ultimately unleashes the Vampire Count Dracula okay, and we we all know that. Okay. So that that happens that happens. And then so so you transition from that Count Dracula. Now going to try to control the world by you know by you know, basically turning everyone into a pyre into a kind of Zombie type vampire that he can control. That's his evil plot, and of course, Batman has to stop it. I think the first part of the story is very good very told very well with lots of action, the Batman versus the Dracula Interactions. I just feel like, I feel like they had a great concept and I just feel like it doesn't live up to you feel like something's missing you're like man just starting off really good. I was really impressed with the way it started rain thunder and lightning give a good atmosphere, and then we get to the Batman vs Dracula, and I just feel that the conflict between the two..

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"batman" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"batman" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Take care of them. You. See. I feel that they have a better like brother relationship. If, they actually got the developing. Relationship. We got the. Same Shot. Now all three. Shot makes no sense but I. But there's not enough rooftop to clear. That type of running, but still. Robinson. New that's. So we have. purchased. Person? Fans. So that was Batman and Robin. It's fun watch. I enjoy it. Watch north, you guys. You can tear it apart of.

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"batman" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"batman" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Co going on over here one little packet? It was going to say I was going to say we don't rehash any anything. Meanwhile let's get through this issue odd from November nineteen ninety-two all right. Not that we rehash but Batman four eighty six with the with the one and done villains name at the bottom of the cover away reminds me of the worst episode has hacked by. I don't care aww anytime. Someone says his name all ears Lord and then the the the title this issue heavy metal head too on the nose. Either this error. Yes because it just opens up with Batman hanging on building thinking how he he failed. Stop Capture Black Mask here we talk about one may what shot in solving Don. If you'll come the you don't eat. I think she changed her name. Who originally on her birth certificate? I believe her name is plot device. Believe I heard upgrade by the time we get toward the end of late fall. Yeah you'll you'll get choked. REDSHIRT device I believe is the uh-huh romantic interests slash plot device..

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