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"ben kingsley" Discussed on KCRW
"Have a court registration Syrians a paying millions to build up the dialogical arsenal I might be able to help you guys it was called a spider in the web for a lot of people out there to do anything to stop me from exposing the truth with me another brit trying to expose the truth against all odds well he's a Mossad agents he's our assigns to stop this chemical weapons attack but that is so not the focus of this film and that clip you just play makes it sound like a thriller when other there is not a less thrilling film that's come out this year this is a very slow moving very language character piece without Ben Kingsley the center and yes he's on his last mission all of the chemical weapons attack is a distant distant afterthought to all of that and it is played so loosely and the information trickled to a so slowly that you will not be able to follow that actual pull around at its rise in in unbearable it's fascinating to me this movie and the recent not in and of itself but the reason that it is is because one scene moves very chaotically into the next and there are just a largely it if it had been films as if it's all happening in Ben Kingsley's head I would understand this movie a lot better but it's it's really really no cohesion between one moment to the next Monica Bellucci you kick plays one of the main characters in the film is absolutely a cipher she has no character out all Ben Kingsley is delightfully understated he's by far the best part of this movie but it can't decide which relationship he cares about it can't decide if it's telling the story of a man who has spent his life wearing a mask and doesn't know how to take it off it can't decide if it's telling the story of chemical weapons in Syria and get it is painfully full of exposition it is almost pure exposition from Ben Kingsley talking about himself it's so before okay that would be amiss no yeah so you don't talk about don't let go this is one house is latest David Oyelowo plays a detective whose niece appears to have been killed in a mysterious murder.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A good one all thank you you like that one good movie once they get silly after they kept doing more them back exactly we will all else first they keep looking for more money you qualify thank him a nice day you too Linda hello Melinda hi Morgan how're I'm fine how are you only say my heart movie author I. Stephen King king do you like those movies all yes sometimes I always ask this question in this day and the character of Larry Andvord justice captain trips was spreading across the country he was a a muse musician in his song was zooming up the charts number one remember his song no our baby can you dig your man he all right just man and help you understand it goes on Sir you qualify okay thank you thank you all right Valerie hello Valerie hello Morgan how are you I'm a hold on my cord is causing static I'm trying to give it to our Dave itself okay Valerie give me your gas I I just want to say it's okay to say a couple things because there's one that I would love for you to help me with an eye on this guy if this is so funny okay no no I I know no one going against this one and I just I want to say the one that I would like to say and then the other one I'd like for you to help me with but I I have his last name you're not supposed to read to let's do the tough one for its okay and then I'll just say that my easy one we'll play it by ear give me the tough one okay and and and and Morgan please I I just mainly would like to receive Lanny's shirt that will be donated that's the main reason why I'm calling please so you want try to chances okay so over that be to two chances your name okay and winning his name yes they are okay so here we go the name that I would like to tell you as queen Charlotte queen Charlotte I heard it on the news I'm somewhat of a news junkie and that was when prince Harry and make and was getting married so that was on the news okay okay and the the name that I liked for you to help me with sorry the last name's Kingsley I think of hal then I'm sorry Ben Kingsley the actor yeah yeah okay the circle are you happy now yes Sir okay I called why you qualify you get to see too and your second chances Linney's name is drawn thank you Sir nobody would have ever guessed those battles thank you Randy no I wanted to be sure I'm sorry well a lot of people do and if you if you win you win right and you and you do have to think and work hard for it I understand I let you go you're qualified good night Valerie Louise in Dorchester home movies Morgan I why you Sir find a new pretty good thank you what about the red Baron that's a good yeah Snoop these old phone you qualify all right thank you have a good morning and thank you to whoever takes a slime would be the last person to qualify so I've got Catherine Mike ed and whoever takes that last line Mike take it away Hey good morning Morgan you keep me up all night again and I try I know you're the only one that does that how long all you people are getting very creative remember the other two so real I remember they are for all the records yeah okay nine sure those Franken berry yeah there was boo berry those are the three I know I don't know the or there's a fourth one yeah there were four screws fruit brute all right it was Eminem effeminate where walls your qualifying thank you for the call hello how are you it good day ladies that king Khan Bondi no one's a King Kong Bundy okay Andy and he wanted a five count anyone could take a count of three I wanna hold my opponent down four or five hours the member in the big man yep okay right hand man and you're qualified anyone else calls now you're welcome anyone else who calls now is calling for open lines in Somerville hello hello hello hello hello I can relate so my might be taken I want I can call there was taken early I felt that they just woke up AC that was taken relatively early all king called there has not been taken old king Cole was in my room hello so was he first five three crowns root phony coffers fiddlers three you're qualified thank you nice move on the pressure Paula hello Paula hello good morning wrong and now I'll do anybody take who you know is a myth no one two queen Elisabeth queen Elisabeth a B. E. T. H. you are qualified yes thank you all and I just want to mention something yeah we do sometimes have John provost only has again as she still around as handy Marin years ago but you want me to give them again and why do you want John provost who was Tammy with glassy what I should enjoy the programs okay I'll try to get Jon provost have you ever heard June lockerroom with me his mom on the TV show I thought you had a lot of a lot of the hand around two or three times yes I will try because you you asked nicely hello thank you so much you're welcome have a good day not you have a good day as well good night the girls Paula and art I redeem is here for open lines correct.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Everyone is a crush outer. It was to act she's mostly the DND the designated driver. When everyone else has had too much root beer. You are shaking too much to drive the card. They'll thank you. I'll drive she was older than the rest of them. So she bought them all tickets to the new r rated horror movie, then came out that her boyfriend that only shows up every once in a while, Paul Rudd. Yeah. Def anyways. So like like, that's great. We go to alpha that no one's list. We could Alford believe his palace, which there's ostrich racing. She just what come I kind of liked this? Actually, I think that there is some real ostriches in here. I realized that was into that ostriches were harmed in the making of this film. But that CGI it wasn't like CGI Glebe glue now. Now, there's some real ostriches. They're there's also some Glebe glucose judges, probably a big whatever happens. They fight dotted outta they get away and knows the score. Like, don't don't you think. I know that your brother has a you know, I was a warrant out for your arrest up price on your head. And it will, you know, and they they escape basically. And his idea is I have to go to my very noble. Uncle Ben Kingsley who's totally not evil because I've never seen a movie before. And. The haven't been invented yet. That's a good point. Ben Kingsley as yours. Millions hasn't invented the. Maybe he should he should've seen like a puppet show before. Hey. Reminds me of this evil. We're going to go and sit we're going to see the new episode of Ben Kingsley. Judy. And whatever so he escapes. His father's funeral. But this is what I don't get. Sure, they leave the town go into this valley of the slaves or whatever. Yes. And then just go right back to the town, or it's a different town with a funeral taking place as I think it is a defendant because it's then like more Persian territory. Not what's getting buried in his hometown. You say like he's getting. Yeah. Exactly. He's not. He's not going to be buried in the city. They just sacked. Yes. So and the value of the slave thing they talk about also like alpha Molina played that up to make it a bad reputation. Right. When we're all actually, just nice guys..
"ben kingsley" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Can you imagine Hollywood allowing a white man to play indie? They would never do. Yeah. I mean, I guess the joke there is. And that's why Ben Kingsley's in the movie. Sure. Jessica Alba is also this movie the plot of this movie. One of the plots movie is literally just the plot of the first days Matura, which is just the star player on the team is bad. Yes. Somebody has to fix the thing. Good. Exactly. It's somehow this is less transphobic than as for tourists than check work there. You know, it's not it's not too hard. It's not too hard to be less trends phobic than fucking as Ventura one pay. Don't crash land the planes. I meant as mature too is really bad with other cultures. That whole franchises is is ruined yet. Because then the third one dude how disgusting this. There's a little fat kid. Shaming probably. The issue. It's like ace Ventura juniors something hit I think Spencer breslin. Okay. Disgusting ship who you are supposed to feel ashamed of. That's true. Yeah. She's the owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Correct. And they are in the Stanley Cup finals. Rumney malko is the guy is their star. We get introduces by Stephen Colbert, and Jim gaffe again who are doing this like the Ben down with nothing. Yeah. It's like this. I was sort of trying to pretend like there was like a legitimate hockey comedy going on somewhere in like, a different feeder in my mind multiplex thing. And this is what I kept switching to the broadcast booth gag. It's the end of speed when they finally killed Dennis hopper. And it's Kiana Reeves and Sandra Bullock on this train. That has no brakes any more Like, like he's like, he's good. oh bad. He doesn't know what to do figure it out. That's what you gasping and Steven bear doing in this booth and co bears gag is like he's a recovering drug addict whose heads some hard times or something. And then like Jim Gaskins playing the straight man, it's a classic like zany straight. It's the gag is that somebody saw dodgeball and then the ball, right or? Yeah. Any any movie, really? Someone saw move anything with a competition. Culvert does of okay line about how he viciously assaulted Judi Dench. He's doing is. He's doing okay. I group all of them are totally finding this. They're just trying to drown onscreen. But yes. So that's so the problem is Darren Roanoke is the character that Romany malko plays. His wife has left him for LA kings star goalie Jacques Lecoq played by Justin Timberlake. Everything's addictive. Literally, everything viewed dicta-, you are more women in dick and ball jokes in this movie. There's shit Joe. There's no no cabin the amount of dick and ball Jones in his movie. The only thing that's like higher up on the how much are we doing this like how much are we cramming in is like the fucking Indian. I'm just saying once you get out of that cloud. It's not like you get fresh air. There's fucking arts. They're not this movie is movies the taint of the piss my God to piss. So much play. I could use piss jokes. Honestly, I get a lot of piss jokes move. Steve Zeta common card. As you're eating the love. One man really wants to see a lot more piss jokes your piss your piss levels at seven percent. I would like to see it at a thirteen a lot of piss jokes in this. You would be jealous of all those piss jokes. While you yellow within p. Get a lot of the I like it yellows for cowardice. Yellow? Are we I'm so glad that the Justin Timberlake acting experiment is pretty much done. I'm really how the question is is all these dick jokes informed with like dick in a box. And L was that before I don't know four believe. So this sort of like a double if it was before then this is really I mean, he does the joke in dick in the boxes. There's a dick in the box the joke in this is like he has to like a funny on a table of the dick was humongous. That is the gags. He's got this. Fucking trouser snake? One on the Ken Russell joke, though, pants thing ever got hard. It would float up into the sky. It's a dig about two dozen six so yes, there you go. But I like Justin Timberlake as a comedian. I think he's very funny. I think he's not funny at all how realistic..
"ben kingsley" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Elkins does a good in the me. Did you me. The most one of me and he does. Yeah. So I've heard Ben Kingsley do great, Anthony Hopkins oppression. So is Ben Kingsley. Oh yeah. He does. He does very well. Yeah, good one. He's an amazing. So it's just a circle of people in Hollywood's imitate an each other, Gary oldman's. Very good. Yes. He's deal. Very good. Lots of. Could be professionally person impressionist. Way, but Oviously this movie is based on real events and. The end of the movie is very interesting because we see glimpses of your younger selves from from previous films and Ray yours. Your we see from scum from gum and Michael, you're you're up. Never seen it because I saw an early version of the movie and I hadn't put it in yet. Okay, so I've never seen it. Okay. From the Chris. Yes, yes. Is there any chance because films an on out until Friday? Is there any chance you could have it replaced with Christmas Carol? That would be amazing. I love Bobby Kushko grandchildren and they watch your every every Christmas. It comes out every Christmas, it's the only time I ever saying a movie soundtrack. Yeah, yeah. Again. A good note always to end. It's been a pleasure. Right, Winston. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you. Okay. So that was Michael Cain and Ray Winston. And now it is time to talk about this week's movies once coming out at the multiplexes worship, we started, we start with the Phnom that is crazy, rich Asians, Terry, yes, crazy, rich Asians, because you say it's been a huge massive hair in states and is finally out here this week. So it is the story of neck who is the amazing Henry Golding invites his girlfriend of a year concerns. We who's of Seon earlier Rachel, and he invites her to a wedding in Singapore, a family wedding, what he doesn't tell her and she starts to kinda get the hints of is his family or not just crazy, but the richest people in the country which she kind of gets the hint when they're on a. Not a private jet. So much in a massive is first class. Like I've never seen it basically like a house on a plane. This job like daily. So that's her first clue. And then she gets the meets the family and is insane levels of Manet and becomes apparent that not just his family book quite love, people around them and around the family and his friends maybe don't think she's quite good enough for him. And that's the kind of basic story is I have to say straight of the Bob one of the best romantic comedies I've seen in years and I think call Richard thought. She says in review that it's it's one of the best of the decade. And I have to agree the performances across the pace of just incredible. Constance weary is just brilliant and it is a little bit slow at the start have to say, but the gags start coming and they go thick and fast is genuinely so funny. It's so well written and it's like she does what Moshe romantic comedies used to do really well. And I feel that they've lost their way on which is it has proper moments of. Of meaningful drama, and it really touches you in places. And it starts to get things about how Asian culture travels, particularly in America about the role of tradition in the modern world, it it deals with some proper stuff as well. But it is also, I mean, just really funny..
"ben kingsley" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"I think we're going to be. We're going to be spoiled for choice. Give you a little to for Michael Moore who told me years ago that he was working on his first documentary in Washington with the premier for dick Tracy was held at the uptown theater and that he and his wife stood out in the crowd and watch Warren Beatty and Madonna come in. And, and I think as I'm telling this embellishing it, he turned to his wife and said, someday I'll have. Have a premier at the uptown theater. Any is gonna have a premiere of Fahrenheit nine, eleven at the uptown later. This. Mentioned that to him. Tell. Seidl up to him. Yell, definitely mention that. So not much open since we've been a gone. I did notice you've seen operation. Finale, right? Yeah, the Eichmann interesting. I liked it. I thought the, you know, it really. I thought really came alive in those two handed scenes between with Ben Kingsley and Oscar Isaac. I thought that when it really just barcode in the rest is a pretty pretty competent decent procedural. But to me, the real spark is in those two performances when they're together. I was a little disappointed. I thought it was a little flat and from it wasn't set my hair on fire and it was an action movie or a psychological thriller, you know, evily ask, but that's from less. We don't tell him, don't tell me how it ends. Pens. There's, you know, might my my crush my crush. It wasn't a while. Even especial movie critic will will grab this mountain and say, we're going to been in a movie. You're not gonna say anything about it. Come on, we're going, let's go. And we did that laugh weekend and we have a lovely dinner at top TI tro and beautiful downtown Baltimore, Maryland. And then we went to see Juliet naked. Oh my God, it it's just charming. Absolutely charming. I can't say enough is just that. Is that kind of movie that you wanna see when back that you wanna? Do you just wanna have dinner and a movie? It's funny, sweet, wonderful performances from Ethan Hawke and Chris O'Dowd and rose Byrne from a Nick, Hornby novels, and you kind of get the sensibility. It's funny and a little bit a rueful wistful I, it's just I can't say enough about. I thought it was absolutely charming until you what the movie that you don't wanna go see on a nice. It's a peppermint. Let me on my schedule. I love. I love gin garner. I think she's great. She's great at action. She's been. There's a lot of action as a lot of sort of reminiscent of her in that role in alias, but. There's a jump she's from being housewife to be Jason Bourne and I don't. They don't explain how she gets there and it's so it's so troubling to me. I can't. If they all do is put a little bit of backstory. Oh, at one point she served in the military and everything would have seen somewhat reasonable and there's none of that and it just the whole thing seems absurd and it just how weird. Yeah, it was a very disappointing. I just I hate seeing her wasted. Yeah, and she's goods, but when she's on screen, you can't take your eyes off for cheese. But it's you're right. It's vessel thing about Juneau. Yes, yes and love that. She can play that role and then play the person who's breaking arms and like she's got rain and she's got depth. But this was this was a mess Mark actually taught out of seeing this movie. I had intended to see it tonight because I missed the press screenings and talk about on w. p. tomorrow. And I was in the middle of writing the Email, and I deleted peppermint and wrote the none. Now. I have to go see the none too. Theaters, you're fault marks to you. Blame me. You can blame him, but you could also thanked me at the end of this. Okay. And you'll be back soon and you'll tell us all about. I mean, I'm sure you'll have a list of mile long. Great flash. Loaded for bear. Oh, I have a great time in Toronto. Thank you. Thanks, Jen. Thank you and have fun. Everybody Jomon and Hornets from a phone booth and around. I guess they don't have a boots aboard. Let's see. Anything else we should talk about. You saw searching, Jim change on show. I like him a lot and I liked this movie..
"ben kingsley" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"So things I like today last night I had the opportunity to go see peration finale with Oscar, Isaac and and Ben Kingsley. Ben Kingsley is one of the best living actors. Ben Kingsley is just from in everything and he is. Predictably excellent. In this he plays Adolf Eichmann the Nazi a mastermind of logistics during the holocaust and Oscar Isaac plays in Israeli agent who is tasked with tracking him down, not only track him down, but also getting him to sign a document that gives permission for his trial to be held in Israel and the face off between the two of them is the best part of the movie. The movie is effective. It's very effective, not only is ineffective. I was I'm always pleased when there's no sucker punch. So whenever I see a movie that set up like this, I always think okay. Here comes. The soccer puncture comes these Steven Spielberg Munich, like sucker punch where we learned that the Israelis are really the Nazis or the Israelis are really great oppressors in Munich. That's what Spielberg did. He had tear their Palestinian terrorists murdered Israeli athletes at the Olympics. And somehow Steven Spielberg drew immoral equivalence between those people and Israeli agents tracking them down, which is an amazing, amazing feat of sort of intellectual gymnastics and moral gymnastics in this particular movie. However, there are no sucker punches. Israel is perceived as good because. It is a good country filled with people who are trying to survive in the face of radical anti semitism across the world and the Nazis are bad. Also, the movie takes some serious issues with regard to the banality of evil. So Hon rent very, very famous writer with I have far left leanings on politics. She wrote an entire book called Eichmann in Jerusalem about Eichmann's trial because I wasn't fact brought back to Israel for trial. He was put inside a glass booth actually to prevent him from being assassinated. And he and he was then hanged, Hon rents didn't entire book on him in basically, she made the claim that Aikman was just ineffective the banality of evil to fray shoes, the banality people. Now I have some fondness toward the idea that human beings our program to look the other way when their in group is threatened. When you're in group is threatened that you tend to go along with evil. But for you to be an architect of evil, I think, requires a little bit more. It seems that later research has sort of shown hunt, rents banality of evil point as applied to Adolf Eichmann to be kind of ridiculous. That wasn't fact rabid anti Semite who hated Jews and. And was willing to use any methods disposal to kill them in large numbers. But the movie really does cope with with some of those issues. Here is a little bit of the preview for operation. Finale. You have no interest in what I say. Unless it confers, if you think you will really know. Chope was simple. The country. I thought from being destroyed. She'll chop into front. So the movie is quite good. Again, it's it's, I think it doesn't sucker punch anybody. It does demonstrate the one thing that is shocked means the viewer Lynch of anti-semitism under the Perron regime in Argentina. They have a, you have a bunch of people on the left who somehow still have fondness for the parents in Argentina, which is kind of shocking. But the Peron regime wasn't eating evil regime and they shielded a crapload of Nazis who are attempting to escape dressed as after World War Two. Go check it out operation. Finale theaters right now..
"ben kingsley" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The beginning and the end of the movie are so bad. It's just the stuff in the middle. That doesn't quite work. I didn't particularly like it, but that shouldn't necessarily prevent anyone who's intrigued by it from seeing it this weekend. See that so nicely And I'm, trying to, be fair, you, know I know. Man I appreciate that and then. There's the other movie. That's. What opened Wednesday right Yeah operation finale that's right so this actually is interesting it's it's a historical drama and it's based on a. True story about, an Israeli intelligence officer whose mission was to track down and capture a former Nazi SS. Officer Adolf Eichmann in nineteen sixty so I mean he was basically, the main guy in charge of the logistics of the Nazi concentration camps he had been reported dead following the end of World War Two. But Israel's massad received some intelligence that he was still alive and basically just hanging out in the suburbs of Argentina with a new family so this story is about how an agent named Peter Malkin who's played by Oscar Isaac tracked and. Surveilled Aikman who, who was played by Ben Kingsley here and captured him to. Transport him back to Israel to, stand trial for war crimes and, you know, holocaust related, movies, are typically catnip. For voters during award season but. Currently the film is. Actually Fifty nine percent with the critics obviously both Oscar Isaac and Ben. Kingsley are extremely talented actors and I think the performances here go a long way toward making this film watchable and it's also kind of funny to see Ben Kingsley play a Nazi considering he played pretty much the exact opposite and Schindler's. List right but, it's okay it's okay if you wanna spend Labor Day with. A super serious and sombre drama Definitely that Very. Good, right Johnny rotten tomatoes. Dot com Ryan always. Appreciate it have a great Labor, Day. Weekend man you. Guys do. Thank you, all right. Take care I did see. This David. We're getting. Into September Which. For a lot of people means? Also all right what's. New. On Netflix on Friday But sometimes it's the whole oh if you're going, to buy this product this month here's what to do. It because you'll save the cash It's iphones plane tickets mattresses you buy them in September Jordy no this With. The plane tickets I've heard that, if you're traveling especially thanksgiving between thanksgiving and, New Year's Mike now's the best time to go do it because you're far enough away that you know you're going to get better rates, and all that and you wanna just lock. That? In. Now, right But with, iphones I don't know if you're interested or. Not I mean The people might want. To know I'm not, personally interested but there was also the fake news earlier this year that you were going to get rid of it altogether and just get a flip and it. Didn't, happen no it did, not happen but they're going to be announcing the new phones on. September twelfth so then they start discounting the. Older model so that'll. Be happening and then mattresses, always popular say light them for Labor Day along with furniture. Other appliances so that's when you get. This stuff The stuff you. Need to hold off on, buying TV's that's always later in the year let's because they're. They're gearing up for the Christmas sales Yeah I mean. Yes at this point they're not at that level, just yet oh yeah and when would you buy Halloween costumes now, or later I I, would, it's been awhile since I bought. A. Halloween costume but I would guess maybe. A, little bit later in in September it's actually gets markdown Cl the closer it gets to, halloween's okay I, didn't, know at work that way. Yeah I would have thought they. Would think they would be if you're running. A Halloween store you'd be thinking well I'm gonna get desperate people that's. What I would have thought I'm, going to Mark things up even more maybe it's also just because we're down to the bottom of the barrel as far as our inventories concern, we need to get rid of. As much as possible now because we're only open for a month and a half a year according to marketwatch. You'd want to. Wait on that speaking of smartphones also want to get the story, how to use your cell phone and not ruin your. Life those whole piece also this. Crazy ad for a political candidate drops.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This out this, weekend I'm fascinated with the World War Two history so as soon as I saw finale was. Going to be thing started following the track of it Nick joins us now, by the way and good morning to your neck Good morning operation, finale what are you hearing really good things about, it it's it's about this team of Israeli agents led by Oscar. Isaac who track it all Beichman down in. Argentina send a team over there not to kill him but to extract him so that he comes. Home comes back to the country to stand trial and who played game I'm Ben kingsway are good is that yeah so it's Oscar Isaac Ben Kingsley Nick Cole in a dramatic performance is in the film to and I hear really really good things interesting. That they're releasing this movie? Like at the end of. August because normally the end of August is dumped on is it time where you dumb terrible new dance and, not something that you know, you would think this, will be would have been released in the fall, or November or something at the time when all of the Oscar Films were coming out but it's an interesting time that they're releasing this in and I hope it finds an audience Ken Science fiction movie about a kid who finds an alien weapon and his ex con adopted brother and he go on. An adventure to stay, away from the aliens that want it back. And, the. Drug. Dealers that want to kill his brother so that old story this is like you and Mickey growing up oh totally yeah I remember, that time we Mickey and I found the alien weapon and we had to stay away from stuff Yes And incredibly Dennis, Quaid and James Franco are in this. Movie I don't know how that they lost a bet I never ever since James Franco is so close to leaving the white. Lines don't you have a sense that he could just spin off? In maybe we never hear from them, again and he'll be for happened to James? Franco Oh I totally, he does, I mean everybody knows like, the guy you know directs movies directed. The last year which is a really good and funny movies so he does like straight to video crap all the time the. Guy doesn't know the word no yes it does well listen there's? Stories about the end that may be, true but he has hobby I think troubling I. Didn't, ask, you what. Did, you, take your parents to take your parents the movie, every weekend which take. Him to see God You saw the happy time murders this is the the Muppets puppets the. Porn, yeah Yeah and you? Know Not funny I just not eating over the top, stupid and not funny but the thing is, it's like, they just you know it's all kinds of bodily fluid. Flying out of puppets and there are. All kinds of swearing they're, saying the, bomb there killing people they're getting their heads blown up and there's nothing. Witty about what's written it's just it's supposed to be. Funny. Because it's puppets But you gotta write funny, stuff just little hack move the guys. From south park made a movie marionnettes called team America Brilliant? Brilliant, and really. Funny but this was, just lazy it's like hey watch. Watcher puppet say the. F bomb isn't that hilarious no it's not and who made it Jim Henson company his son. Directed do, I, mentioned some and. Thing going on here, where this is? A, slap back. At dad or something I really don't know I was really looking forward to this because it came from the. Henson company and I'm like oh, this could, be really good because you know the muppet stuff is brilliant and. Really funny and really awesome and this has none of it you, know who's responsible. For actually, making it his Melissa McCarthy and. Her husband she executive produced it and. He appears, in one scene and it's it's it's. Awful I mean we, didn't laugh the, entire time I don't get it. With Melissa McCarthy I? Mean, she. Knows what's funny and. What isn't, and she could see it's not. Well we don't, care if you. Laugh did your parents laugh no nobody we all walked out so well that was a piece of crap My, dad. By the way I'm. Quoting, my, dad your mom doesn't say that Angering you this week There's a way you. Know there's no originality we've talked about. This a million times there's not a lot, of originality in Hollywood and it's really starting to show on TV because there have been so many ridiculous, remakes and reboots like I'm just going to tell you what's. On, TV right now okay. That's that's in primetime American idol is coming. Back to being rebooted battle of the network stars is coming back Let me just speak on behalf of. The rest of us. We don't need that Know we don't really watch. Reruns of the original Oh yeah. With Jake Kaplan. And telly Savalas telly Savalas, exactly charmed being rebooted, dynasty is coming back again fear factor's coming back and. We have, game shows that are in prime time right now, the gong, show is back on match game pyramid love connection the jokers wild hosted by snoop Dogg It's just ridiculous Rebooted the Jetsons the monsters. Are being, rebooted of course we all know Murphy Brown is coming back and the successive Roseanne which lasted for. A, little while well here's the. Thing you you're I know that there are warehouses in Los Angeles filled with original scripts and. Original show ideas why go to all the old stuff it worked once so maybe. It'll work again I don't have to. Take any chances I think that's what it. Is and after the success of will and grace they brought will and grace back. And Roseanne until what Roseanne Barr did You know I mean they're they're it's like okay let's bring it back and said known quantity that's why they're bringing back Murphy Brown Magnum PI I'm. With you I'm angry now as well Standby for Chuck Todd before we get to, that back. To the future part three. Tuesday September eleventh at the? AMC Rosemont eighteen how. Do we get tickets AMC theaters dot com and it's the, final film of our summer long. Meccas fast. And it's. Been a blast buddy thank you that's. Naked Gilio headlines now you're, Steve good, morning everyone in Chicago. This morning, partly cloudy skies temperatures at sixty one degrees the department. Of children and family services says it investigated one of the families involved in the little village fire that killed ten. Children twenty one time since two thousand four the information from DCFS comes his officials, continue to investigate the cause of the, fire which they. Say is undetermined for now but not suspicious that officials say, there were not only warning signs of neglect but. Deafening alarm bells in their words Yulon too I. Allah who lost six of her ten children the fire had been. Investigated by the department to twenty one, time some of the records have been expunged but sources are reporting. That. 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"ben kingsley" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Peter Malkin played by Golden Globe winner, Oscar Isaac, as he plots the abduction of the former Nazi played by Academy Award winner. Ben Kingsley he didn't Malkin is determined to bring Eichmann to Justice in Israel. I'm such a fan of Oscar Isaac. He was so great in the podcast homecoming, and of course, in Star Wars. I already put this one on my watch list. Watch the trailer now and get tickets to see operation. Finale in theaters everywhere. August twenty. Ninth. Up to this point investigators believe m h three seventy had flown out into the South China Sea. But on March eleventh, three days after the disappearance Malaysian officials informed a local newspaper that their military radar saw a different path for the plane. After the transponder went down the military, saw the plane turn. One hundred eighty degrees to the left in fly back toward Malaysia. This changed the entire operation. The search party was not only looking in the wrong direction, but the wrong see entirely and the news had come seventy two hours late to this day. We don't know the official reason for this delay of information regardless the Malaysian government recalculated the flight's path and focused their attention on the strait of Malacca on March twelfth. This is the region of water to the west Malaysia. It's impossible to imagine the horror these families. Fell during this time. It didn't make any sense. Their loved ones vanished in a plane in the twenty first century forming protests at the airport, the families demanded the truth and the location of the lost plane. The search around the strait of Malacca lasted all day. But again, revealed nothing. We mentioned miscommunication was an issue for this investigation and what followed was the worst example after an entire day of searching in the new location, Malaysian military revealed yet another secret about the plane's path publicly. They said they lost contact at one thirty a. m. but on March twelfth, four days after the disappearance, they informed the public that they had is on the plane as late as three o'clock in the morning. During this time, the plane pivoted a second time, moving west away from the strait of Malacca and toward the Indian Ocean almost goes without saying, but it strain. That the Malaysia military was so late in delivering this information to and it's even stranger that they were the only radar system that saw the plane. The Malaysian government did offer an explanation for this hesitation and it's a heartbreaking one. They were afraid to reveal their level of radar technology to the world. If neighboring countries knew how advanced Malaysia 's radar had become, they might not be as friendly. They might even see Malaysia as a threat is awful to hear that fear stunted precious hours of the investigation, whether this is the truth or not. The Malaysian government. Once again had a new flight path and in new territory to search, this new area was larger than any of the previous territories and impossible to face alone. So on March twelfth, Malaysian defense and transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein reached out to the Australian government, begging for assistance in their tragedy. Australia immediately agreed to help, and the search. Turn to one of the most hostile bodies of water on our planet. The Indian Ocean Don rose on March thirteenth, five days after the disappearance Australian and Malaysian governments were already hard at work officials had piece together a suspected flightpath, but the search proved to be much more difficult than initially expected from the get-go. The weather was against them here. Ustralian infrastructure and transport minister describes the scene, which will. Sections of the ocean. We show four to six kill wins, big with canyons and ravines even extremely difficult, complex search. It's tasted the limits of human engineering excellence and capacity and has been a star give. The weather was monstrous searchers met strong winds in hospitable climates, hostile seas and deep ocean floors. But the worst part was the search area at one hundred eighteen thousand square miles. It was roughly the size of the British Isles, Tony Abbott. The Australian Prime minister was quoted in saying the ocean was as close to nowhere as it's possible to be Australian Transport Minister. Michael McCormack also commented on the vast size of the task at hand. Actual plein is is is about sixty million has low that's about photons lists than the Titanic, which they took more than seventy. To fall into the new exactly where the coordinates exactly where it went Dan..
"ben kingsley" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"What are you doing i'm writing political discourse it can read some no no this is the library yeah i mean i did enjoy this book i read this maybe around the time the movie was coming out i checked it out from the library then to everybody was like talking about what a dickey was fuck him fuck him fuck him and i didn't wanna go see the movie for that reason and then i started hearing the movie wasn't good and i was like oh great good even better i saw the movie none theaters i lost it on accident among my roommates in in brooklyn was watching it and i was like oh watch this and it was yeah i mean perfectly forgettable one thing i remember is that he doesn't kill anybody in those books he paralyses kid really instead of killing bone zome that he'd he perilous wait so it's so much spanish back who plays and it'd be bundle bone saw i know idea they all look saying issues they all just shave their heads seinfeld as valentine i don't even harrison ford is graph i really do they have his fluctuations in weight in the movie does have his feather earing in that's really weird movie i'm looking at the cast of enders game ten i don't recognize any of these people well it wasn't a ben kingsley that yes he's tenure ben kingsley just shows up in the most random he's been in this room.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"So it's okay i don't need it to be a big twist but i'm onto this movie very early about okay they're going to tell us that this kingdom is ruled by brotherhood but really there's animosity between the brothers and definitely been kingsley he's not hiding very well his plicitly i mean so much so to that point that when ben kingsley shows up in iron man three they flip that on its head he's supposed to be this big bad guy who we find out just an actor so that makes it funny in that respect yeah the twist is when he's not the villain is right for you think he is what other thing about this prologue it starts with these words on the screen as it is said some lives are linked across time connected by an ancient calling that echoes through the ages destiny all right now assassin's creed is actually a series that spinoff of prince persia that is absence creed game was supposed to be a prince of persia game where you were protecting the prince from assassins and the boob is off said no the prison the main character we're gonna make it his other series wow and in assassin's creed i hadn't seen the movie but i've seen the trailers i've seen the movie it jobs through time where you're the past and the present so to speak yeah i won't reveal everything but yes they move around and so i thought this was going to be a complete time travel story where we see jake jilin hall in five bc nj jilin hall sometime in the future and that lives are linked by destiny i don't get what this title which they repeat at the end it's so important to remind us at the end but i don't see these lives linked across time because when we do travel in time here the most we ever go is a day and i think it's important to point out at this juncture what we're talking about this time travel or any of that doesn't take place for a good half hour into the movie up into this.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That ben kingsley could possibly be the funniest guy in the world my brain's like not that ben kingsley it's got be a different ben kingsley not the guy that was in sexy beast jersey that movie now he's angry that was named after you much the same way david byrne has a song named after stephen topolski i interviewed him right before sexy beast did you he was very we had a really conversation about acting and methods and dance right he's very in earnest jeff intense did he do something this is gonna sound really ridiculous did he do something with gary shandling was ben kingsley in some way featured in the garry shandling the zen of garry shandling i don't remember that just saw an outtake of ben kingsley being funny somewhere wrote all garry shandling material he was you know that about him prolific comedy writer i don't know what i watch anymore i'm all together right i'm not kidding i know 'cause i'm watching any money's new show which wo that's unusual and the garry shandling thing and i don't think any eddie money hung out with ben kingsley i'm not sure see that there was some footage i saw ben kingsley being goofy see again at didn't from time to time he must have that in them i'm positive but for a guy who's worked with them to say he is the funniest kind of worldly just wait a minute ben kingsley to the funniest guy.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on WGN Radio
"What did you share with wendy and myself about the great ben kingsley kingsley funniest man in the world and when we were doing sneakers we'd be in the makeup trailer and ben would be telling serbian i guess would be telling stories about his life doing theater in the provinces in england when he was growing up how larry a story and when we had finished shooting the movie i remember ben went on the tonight show and he started one of his stories and i guess i forget who the host was at that particular time i don't think it was jay leno it may have been but at any what the host decided to help been out and you know like they did like they figured he was ben kingsley like is in the movie jerry stick in the mud and ben and ben held up his hanikos stop please i am your guest and i would like to tell by story and proceeded to tell another hilarious story from his life so we were right at the cusp and i was shooting up in vancouver i'm very nervous about it and i was doing a chase scene where i was chasing mel through the streets of vancouver and he says i can't do his accent i won't be as stephen you and and mel started talking to me about fatherhood.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on Kickass News
"That would have been nice i think it's a much better way to start i think some people get super lucky and positions like that and they're able to pull it off but perhaps yeah i i was not prepared to do that by any means i had not done hardly any classes i did not have a foundation i was illequipped maui say but i you know i made sure that i had a foundation afterwards that was you know that was something i worked really hard on and i loved going to class i really enjoyed going to class in it having that preparation made all the difference in the world so by the time i got to do sex lies and videotape i had been studying sense greystoke grace tacos twentythree when i did sex is i was thirty so i had spent a lot of time and it did say almost fire and a couple other jobs i you know i did the secret of the sahara with michael york and ben kingsley you know what actually i have worked with some good people so by the time i got to sex is i was prepared you know i had a true foundation and and a support system and emotional support system and i felt good about myself i was really ready we'll also your role in sex lies and videotape seemed like a more natural fit for you than playing tarzan jane with the british accent first of all she was southern so that that's piece cake and and also the complexity and the and the intellect of her i understood from growing up in the south those kind of women were all around me so it was very familiar to me all the nuances all the nuances were available it was simple and it was easy for me to that person so that was a really great that was a great place to start from you kind of reinvented yourself their fresh start.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on The Librocube
"Found ethic deserves high regard so i'm going to give this peak 505 moving on to dunkirk yes thought war movie is pretty good on it a a lot of people's complaint of it was i think movie theater based in that it was really really loud i watched that at home so i just turned that's to a comfortable volleying but didn't have that problem uh it's an another point four not going to the movie theater doing i yeah watch developed saving private ryan instead watch a platoon instead watch apocalypse now instead which a lot of war movies before he would watch this one that being said goal was solid three plus uh three isn't for me enjoyed while watching but probably wouldn't watch again uh yeah i don't know why people love this one so much you know what i did go in with very high hopes and maybe that was part of my issue that that happens from time trimbe i try not to let it happen but i did hear a lot of good stuff about this uh last movie is the wax finesse from two thousand eight to starring none other than served ben kingsley hugh the sir as he not ben kingsley i i think no one has such a wider range of like emmy awardwinning movies to like strange ones like this to like some some really bad movies as well it he he's seemingly doesn't stray away from a challenge let's say let's call it why not uh in the summer of 1994 the streets of beer.
"ben kingsley" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"On and then ben kingsley is the acp salute picture of goodness this list you'll think of what how many people you've saved with this leslie ben kingsley is a saint who kings is amazing actor he can either place sankt or played demon either replays gandhi or schindler's list or he plays like sexy beast and he's just a vile person like that very few can go that bipolar level and then liam neeson who i think is most people which is has some flaws but essentially goodhearted an earlier onyezie oscar all cares about us as cognac and making money and maybe originally helping the jews to because of financial gain with unofficially is hit by the moment and stricken by his conscience and some mild criticism of film the critics loved it for good reason because it was so subtle and restrain especially for spielberg ico wilecki this was his first true serious movie he tried it with hook which did not to while it's a very good movie was real disappointment but as you know all of this is the guy who made at and raiders lost dark and all these fund movies drastic park and like schindler's less really steven like you don't have to prove a your great direct remaking the suresh drama about your people in your lineage but he knocked to the park and one of the reasons wise because it's so subtle on it and this or restrained the one bit of blowback though is that scene worries as i could have done more in other this watch could save more lives i i thought it was impactful seat i thought you can a needed that bubbling up over but i know some it's interesting go back and watched the game maybe you'll find that scene sticks attleboro and i was the only seamer spielberg's heartstrings kinda came into it a little bit clawing are the rest with those is is beautiful filmmaking gorgeous lee shot black and white only time you see color courses at one little girl in the red jacket and later on you see although.