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"bob reboot" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

14:45 min | 5 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Fucking good out to this one bit quickly but yeah really good. S- quick story about. It's interesting because when I first heard offscreen what they did is like the the idea is like hey everything you've seen dungeons and dragons and stuff. That was all in the past but magic was really hard to do so people are turned to technology instead and people forgotten about magic. A little bit in the concert. Is Tom Jones character and Chris Pratt character? Brothers Chris Characters like a big dodge dragons guy. Accept the differences like dungeons and dragons. They caught some now spittle. Dan Day day in day was based historically accurate and purge. No one else gives a shit about that stuff but turns out the father on the set on the sixteenth birthday. He gave him a spell and some stuff that can use spell to bring back to lie for a day but they fucked up the spell and he comes back legs and they've got to go on a big magical quest auto through a world that doesn't want to magical to finish the spell before sundown or they won't be able to make their dad and it's a really really heartfelt emotional story about a kid who never met his dad and just wants to meet him because he one chance as to overcome always fees and stuff it is very one of the mill by Disney is very it sticks really close to hear his journey but ends the very powerful message and it is really good characteristic. I cried like a little bitch at the end. All picks off to me and this was no different. I cried like crazy. One of the big differences though knows from most pixar films is it wasn't very comedic like they didn't have a Lotta Jerks intentionally like just like an adventure film which I can't remember. Loss time picks up did stomach that there's a few jokes about comedy is not their first approach and it's not a bad thing it's just something different which many inside inside our. Yeah too much comedy. I remember much but that film to be honest act but yeah generally like I feel like there's A. There's a strong balance comedy and the adventure sort of stuff in Pixel on. This did not care for that when I realized I was laughing as much kind of surprise but it's good. It's not breaking the wheel for pick saw but it's still a really good film. I'm going to give it an out of ten. I'm good school and and yet I I liked the little twist they did on that sort of fantasy. Mythology is pretty interesting and it's recommend Disney plus account and wants to justify their purchase. That's a good watch much out eventually. That's good okay now. A loss review for today extract. T- she on extraction a film which we talked about on last episode and be. Okay and then you send me attack saying per extractions fucking lit. I just saw it so yeah we both. Kinda liked this film. Don't stop going to kick things off. This was this was one of the biggest surprises. I've had in the last two months like this was this was damn good man like Holy Shit. I was so quick to judge this movie like wire trial but I guess like that's just the effect the trial had on me like I was like can I just say getting here view properly. I just want to say my first initial thought watching the opening scene had Chris Hemsworth on a bridge. Lewis caused pasta in military gear. And I thought Oh. This is like Sakaria car but I saw the scene or I'm used to carry. I'm like I think I will act this film. And that's racing thirty seconds into it man. This this movie was fucking awesome Very simple story. But it's a story that doesn't need to be like completely like complicated and stuff like that but I mean I think the truth star here is the stunt work need the way the action scenes a Fra Framed. And and the way they play out man is this the Sam Hogg arrived. Who's the director have action shops? Like as the hundred percent. He did stunt stunt work on the vendors films and other various marvel films and man like this is just such a a chance to Helsinki David. Leitch situation where they moved from Matrix to John. Wake and tell me blonde. The eleven minute sequence where we get cuts. There's definitely editing in Moscow. But men is that like a sight to behold and if you watch like the the behind the scenes footage of that of actually. Sam Hogg arrived on a bumper the front bumper of a car with a camera like his head's like this close to the ground. Erred it's staggering. How they filmed that sequence This movie this movie is brutal I wouldn't say it's like too brutal. I think this movie. Kinda like needs this amount of Brittleness but yeah like I love the way like the way though the way. They carry their weaponry the way they carry themselves. They that the soldiers. The police in this like feels very authentic. It feels very military esque And it seems it seems so real like the way the Hemsworth is like walking through this town square at the end. You know with his silence. M-4 I one. Which by the way is Michael of delight out it seems Sir Authentic and save so surreal. Like we've seen this story done plenty tons of full loan wolf and Cobb we've seen it in Logan Basically you know the older the older guy protecting a child get them from point. A. TO POINT B. We've seen this before but it's this this movie like it. It got me in the end like on. Our pleased is showing him standing. Please don't show him standing there at the pool and it like you know it was the the right amount of Blah and cut to black and I was like yes thank fuck like I don't WanNa say him standing there like I just start. I want to say that like you know. Make it make it so you know we think within or we like he's not there or you know. This kid goes back to like living his life under his warlord father imagines him like a father figure like whatever make it and big you like that Shit Yeah this this movie was astoundingly good. It's IT'S A it's an action film from start to finish by the way. This was the other that I was talking about. I was I was following this movie and it was titled Daca. Deitch AKA DACA That's the title. Yeah that's the capital city of Bangladesh. Which is whether obviously set. This is the second film produced by the Russo Brothers under the new studio Akbar the fest film was obviously twenty-one Bridges which wasn't as good but I like this trend like this I like how they giving these Avengers slash level Actors chance to shine in their own solo films. A Lot I liked. What's what's happening here. And these films both feel like like inbetween like the not be great films. But they're not like triple a blockbuster billion saw like the they're like they're like big action films right without being too small to big. It's a nice. It's right in the middle. Yeah it's written by who has written anything before so I just want to commend him for that as well. Because the pacing in. This movie is pretty fucking solid. I I didn't I didn't I didn't feel any any lag or any like slowing down or anything like that. I just thought it was really really solid and Hemsworth does a good job dude. Like he's not. He's not playing the character that talks a lot but when he does talk and like when he does have like interactions with this kid or Like actual action chops like he's he's fucking saw. This might be one of the best Chris Hemsworth performances. I've seen outside of thought. So yeah I agree with you. This is his snipe pizza. Yeah exactly and that surprise me. Yeah really really recommend this movie. Your Action Film Junkie if you if you just want to Kana like a breath of fresh air I like there's no ties to zero sequel or anything like that. It's just a a learn wolf like single movie in and out you know one mission very simple clear story line And you just WanNa some battles action. I recommend it highly I'll give it a nine. I'm going to go. Hi and give it a nine hundred. I was not expected to give a movie titled Extraction. Yes new everything's I have said insert here what I will say to add to that. Is that one of the big characters of this film which I had no idea. This was going to be a part of the film. Is the location. This film is almost entirely shot in India and Bangladesh. Dash is that correct and Thailand and Thailand's early filmed in Tom but at Seddon India and Bangladesh. Oh wow interest- interesting. I've never seen like a non bollywood film. I think do that especially for this long sir. Actually aesthetically is pretty and unique. And that's one of the elements that saves us from feeling incredibly generic because there is a dot being done that storyline The there are dramatic. Seines outside the action that really stand out heavily to made as the cool shot of him. Meditating on the water and it's a shot at him Jim up the cliff and there is an emotion saying in the round the middle point of the film. But there's not a lot stands out so so the little things what is what helps elevate the spill and one of them is the locations the incredible breathtaking eleven minute action sane in the middle. Maybe it's in the yeah around the middle of Film. I think it's fucking credible. I'm not going to say this is one of the best action films in the last decade. But I will say that was one of the best action scenes lost decade hands down what this film does really well and I'm going to have to heavily competitive John. Wacky is that it finds its own way to emulate that stall and put its own unique. Twist on Sir. I watched after watching this. My girlfriend I like. That's something else. I'm John Wick. Three after this and the difference is at really struck me because John Wake moves a lot his lot more faster and just more floaty. It's very inspired. Hong Kong Action Cinema while is still has downs element of realism with the colors and everything. It's very stylistic is very flashy this movie is there? There's still spectacle but it's not like stylized flashes. It's just more brute force. I'm not going to grab the wind sets realistic. But I think the key word you said was authentic. It feels authentic. And because you have a an actor Christians who is so Baath who is so tall. Lewisham mainly muscular. You feel the brute force behind every hit and it's really important in the bird that sane and also the the opening action savor the first one where he has to rescue the kid. 'cause also gripe highlight if at criticizes film which I do because I'm reviewing on a fucking podcast. Few small things I think after that big action saying nothing comes even anywhere close to it. I wish towards the end the climax it was it was cool but it just it had a compared to that big sane and that. I had that were just so much more stylistically cooler tomato and I just wish there was another thing that towards the end but another highlight. Actually before I forget it on this actor. Forget his name. I'll probably never be able to know my girlfriend. And I referred to his Indian TONITA. He was fucking cool. I would watch film with his as late. Misogyny ASSAD USE Yeah Chelsea Sajjan. He fucking like He. He stands Turtogtoh Chris Hemsworth and gives them run for his money. It is cool. He's cool and the thing is like. I wish this film touch the child soldier aspect one of obstacles is. You'll find all these. People are always Weiss more than him too. But it's like numbers versus brute force but there's like some as child soldiers and he doesn't WanNa Kill Them. You can keep makes that obvious that saying anything about it. I don't really do much about it by our wish. There was some I feel like. It's a missed opportunity. Here's the thing. I was thinking about a thing initially i. I'm glad they touched on it but I'm glad that didn't give us a resolution because really there's no resolution did yeah. I agree with you. I think it would be the wrong. Move to try and scare off. This is how we saved the world like it's not but I think there's some emotional elements core out of that and I think it's IT'S A. It's a huge missed opportunity to skim over that but still really enjoy the movie. It is a little bit of a slow burn. I think in the beginning. And if you're not a fan of subtitles and you only speak English. This might be a big obstacle. You wasn't for me but it might be some viewers. I'm GONNA give an eight out of ten solar word by Chris. Hemsworth basically didn't even need subtitles. My parents understood everything from grandma. I'm hopper from stranger things real quick David Tom. Asthma say. I'm proud of myself. I didn't realize it was in the movie when he showed up on screen them like a bet you within the next couple of saints. He'll turn out to be bad guy. I mean that's how it all right. I mean if you stores work but I'm happy I called it out and my girlfriend got mad at me because she thought I'd already construction. We're going to move onto a game. Md asking is. What is your favorite? Who who are your favorite community. What did you better comedic duo? Jesus Christ we giving three H. One H. R. I only had one yet. I've got who but I've definitely number one off..

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

06:17 min | 7 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

"All just take a moment to reflect on. I'll be playing the clip at this point. I'm pretty sure I could buy it for all of its. Copyright died off two years ago so frame by frame. Did you watch that scene? Yeah I probably pause that inject off if I had to be honest with myself not recently. I don't have a DVD player anymore. But I watched it a lot. I remember the Inter titles. Probably remember it. Now it's dom to dead at this point for memories to the podcast now. Let's get into it all right. So this is dead pool by Brad. Davis by Davis. Yeah I pick the movie with my name in the title associate. Begin the Nikkei exterior dark alley a group of criminals around an armored truck opening the door to reveal a bunch of teddy bears. The ripped the heads off of one bear or multiple bears. That's TYPO and put pour out packages of cocaine. The one criminal gestures to another load up their truck as they pass boxes over the here too loud crash on the roof of the truck. They look up to see dead pool. Hate joads mine of I hop in on this circle jerk I got a nut. Oh Teddy bears. They point their guns at him. He nonchalantly drops down to the ground. Dame's bats shake. The name is pool. Deadpool your ass as our grass ended. Deadpool pretends to check his watch. Oh four twenty. Deadpool presses play on a boombox which blurs the theme to Martin. He pulls out a gun and shoots the gang leader in the face. Blood splatters everywhere. Damn Gina Deadpool kicks another gang member in the face catches his gun and shoots him in the skull. Sorry not sorry holding. His body takes a Selfie with the remains of the skull. Pausing shoot another gang member in the Dick Gang. Looks down at his bloody crotch mccracken. He likes going peanuts. Drops the ground causing him to scream. Unintelligibly then grabs the severed Dick and holds it to his mouth area like Groucho Marx. I'm sorry I didn't get that. I don't speak DIKLA FAGGOT. Deadpool credentials give a blow job as these rush by the other members of the gang. He reveals a Catanha and cuts. Everyone's head off winning. Deadpool looks at carnage and dabs pulls out a flip phone honey. Can you pull the car around? Deadpool breaks the Fourth Wall and looks at the camera. Oh I didn't see standing there. My name is deadpool. I'm sort of a magnum cum bad ass or summa cum ghetto superstar. Oh who am I kidding? I just like saying come. Here's a story. I was dying but I got an offer if I took part in shady experiment for some Super Smart in Super Evil Douche Nozzles. I would become immortal so I did it. And then I became a superhero. No Ankle Ben. No kryptonite nothing. That would make me interesting. I prefer being self aware prick. Deadpool begins to do basketball tricks with a severed head as the Harlem globetrotter whistle. Plays the best thing about being immortal. I can break the fourth wall. Eight a coup feel exact Morris except. I still haven't had the chance to show Kelly capacity my oath face L. L. Office space. Does I can beat up bad guys without worrying. I'M GONNA die those being able to think of funny things to say like open bullet wounds style or Obama's fault before I kill somebody. I think Tony Stark say something cooler than that. I'm aware of Tony Stark. And the third best thing about being mortal sum forty one's fat lip Blair's the muscle car pulls up driven by ties with a few Bikini Babes in the back seat. You can stay in college as long as you want. Deadpool walks up to the window. Degree Tas is Indian. Best friend who speaks with a thick accent and dresses. Like a nerd. Hey ties you little pimp locking legs swapping Chutney with these hotties Hon dopey deadpool. They'll be like thank you come again. Thank you come again. You toss has a bit more of a thick accent can we? Can we take that again? Yeah tells you little pimp logging leg swapping Chutney with these hotties tonight? Hon Dopey Deadpool. They'll be like thank. You come again thank you come again. I'll say Taj is actually thicker accident They're they're Pooh. Nannies will be speaking Punjabi soldier. Boy Tellem deadpool turns to camera. What am I met He was a nerdy exchange soon. Then never let lose now. He's a nerdy exchange shoot. That's drowning in muff. I've never been so proud Hey Tonight's party will be lit. Have you finished? Your Superhero duties duties. Oh pitches we have some kegs. Pickup deadpool's about to hop in the car then stops grabs a teddy bear and rips open the head revealing the cocaine he dabs. I'm with COCO. Hey you might stop by Walgreens House. I was thinking of thinking of making shish kebabs aware of Wolverine Deadpool. Hops in the car is at speeds off leaving a trail of smoke in cocaine in the wind. Interior Dean's office. The Dean is pacing back and forth. His aides stands by nervously thunder strikes. He's throwing a party alert. The authorities to cast the aid.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Will be a they. Were GonNA be doing Fred Scripts for Deadpool Ba? I I want to ask everyone the worst movie that you've seen the most times 'cause when we're doing this podcast before we realized we haven't seen these Some of you a big prestigious movie like jaws or the Godfather something but I've seen maximum overdrive a dozen times or something like that and it's easy easily accessible you on the backgrounds. What do you think what's the worst movie you've seen the most times? I remember when I was getting either. No go ahead okay. Fine thank you. What's your name though? I'm Courtney McGuinness. Thank you insert fart noises. I saw the movie full findings. Oh God I just watch it for the first time like six months ago and I've seen it like four times since then it's on Youtube in fall. It's a real estate agent from Las Vegas. Nevada made this movie. And it is truly magical. Yeah I mean just the worst. It's amazing amazing. Thank you yeah. I think I've Seen Batman and Robin probably the most. Yeah that one's really bad Yes it has an Batman forever as nipples too but this one it's a little bit more prominent and And just Arnold Schwarzenegger's incredible yeah and it and Mr Freeze and also the first meeting of Batman and mister freeze damage says high freeze. I'm Batman so nick Manley.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Horror Movie. It was like early nineties late eighties but I cut you off kyle. He would always say people made this movie so it deserves a half a star at least because effort goes into it So he stayed long then. Like human centipede was like this. No one who was everyone who was involved with should have stopped it and like the only one he didn't give it all comes. Carnivore does not have enough reviews. Oh for tomato number. It does have an audience score with seventeen. Hundred user ratings. So would you like to use the audience? Score? Keep in mind. These are people who searched this movie out to give their opinion so there is a score from the audience. There's an audience score. I'll take it all right so now we're going with Jamestown BOB strike back. Fifty two percent Is hostile a series like the Horror series? I don't remember if there's also okay I'm GonNa go with the part one of that one. I've never seen it so I have no idea. People is my least favorite genre movie. I don't watch movies like that. Hostels now go. It's like the. It's the human centipede Jonah to. There's a second one of that too isn't there. There's a Lotta. There's a bunch of different edits of human centipede in this whole like a Human Santa Costanza. This was almost perfect. All right Troll twenty five percent seventy five I'M GONNA take back my whole nine yards and I'm going to replace it inspired by Pats rock and roll highschool with class of Nukem high. Yeah there you go. And that's my the equivalent of like a one dollars bid on prices or just like just another bad movie hoping. Yeah I'm the only one that doesn't go over I. I should have thought about trauma. So we have rocking high school. Eighty one percent carnivore audience score twenty six percent just over all man. I just really close. We're not going to cut it out of the episode. If if you had said Roger Ebert Oh it wouldn't have made me think of carnival which is arguably one of the worst films ever all right James Object back fifty two percent hostile sixty one percent.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

08:55 min | 7 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Speaking Wasilla. No no no chance suggest you know jump at it. Opportunity take it and then I raise my hand. He's like well. I'm actually looking for a job in film. I'm having a hard time getting my foot in the door. Would you give me a job? No and he goes like full screen. What school is a Montclair State University? Okay I've heard stories about Spike Lee visiting colleges and talking to film kids and telling them like just it not not at worthless but that he it has not much to do with film and mostly about various cultural things. They're ruining yeah. Excuse me Mr Spike Lee. I'm I'm a Early Twenties White Man Gotten curly in college. Yeah I think he may do the right thing for me. Do you have any. I mean I was doing it more as a joke. I think I had stopped going to classes and all my professors were there. They were like I could see doing it as a joke. But I I'm wow I also Garcia. Never heard that story working out and then of all the people. It'd be the kid who skips class all the time but shows great promise and then this this is how it goes on the way here that he saw his transcript. Recently you go ahead all the things that professionally do now I failed like classes for feel similarly video. Editing acting writing best student academically a failure. Yeah put in practice and I only had one film class that ever actually provided me knowledge in film making that of used. I don't everything I learned was from the guys I borrowed cameras from in the town but they weren't had nothing to do with the college and do you know what I mean. I mean almost these were the guys who are like. Have you heard of pavement and I was like okay? Listen to music. You know what I mean like opens up. Oh this is my cultural niche. Is these three guys who still make all of the film stuff in the college town? I was at the screen nine class. Oh I failed. I got to present ideas for the movies we wanted to make and the movies. I got to present like three three ideas. You're right Three vague treatments you pitch them and one of the one I really wanted to make was about three guys who remake Lord of the Rings. Try and make money. And this isn't like two thousand seven foreshadows too. Yeah and I was like how funny would it be if two years after this? They're like that made the most money ever. Let's make it. And so they remake Lord of the Rings on a shoestring budget to try and pay rent and then it just ends up with them getting sued by the state. And you know all this. I was so passionate about that. And then the other one was about like coping with my dad has twelve brothers and sisters and when their mom died it like fragmented their family because it became there's twenty years apart and everyone's relationships are very calm and so when their mom slowly died of alzheimers it fragmented their family because of the tangible fight for the actual physical things because they only owned thirty and then I position president. Those two ideas. I didn't have a third one. I riffed a third one and I was like the other ones about a road trip where two guys try and find this animal. They thought they saw and that was the one that teachers like. That's the one you have so I wrote this horrible hundred page thing over something. I wasn't passionate about. It all turned it in got an F. physical screenplay with a red F on the front. Yeah and it's like that's the most work until my life where I put way more work into way bigger failures. That was the most work I've ever put into something. I don't care about this. I can't believe this is what I landed on. And now here. I am investing. You can't fail in your adult life in the way you fail in college because like that's at least it's like an accomplishment whereas college like you wouldn't be writing this if you were assigned it. Yeah Yeah and I say it's so worthless is insane. You should have us back and read that script here hundred page script my goodness that would be no point in my life have Ivan inch towards the vulnerability that this is all the layers of masking. I mean you know me. The layers of masking over any actual like that's almost the vulnerability is knowing how much I hide it all behind actually any ernest ear or anything like that truly to the detriment of a dozen relationships probably both friendship and intimate throughout my life anyway. So that's Kevin Smith spent his whole. I'm Debbie page. I think we just read. Let's let's read the script you can cast it however you want this. Jay and silent Bob Reboot okay. Would you prefer to read Stage Directions? Role? I'm GonNa give you that because I feel like I've got Jay's voice okay down pat and then the other roles her kid one kid to Kevin FEDOR line and Dante Randal and customer. This is a real test of our theory of whether people enjoy something knowing the spoiler not get to experience it with that. I mean a in my mind's eye Kevin Federal Line has a top billing on the poster for this I'd love to do Dante. Yeah Could you be the kids And Kevin Federal Line. I guess could you be the the kids in the customer and Kevin Federal Line could be Taine Randall? Yeah okay that's they think an easy way to do it. Something's gotTa give phone would have written a phone seen if I had thought it's just one of those things you figure out on set photoshop. The posters I put the People's face. I'm so excited for this one. I looked at the poster and I'm like we got good faces. We got notable shaped bodies Okay and I think a caveat I. I'm writing this not from the voice of breath but from the versus looking. Thanks I think the word Homo comes up in a pejorative percents off completely performed under the guise that this is what I think is what you think Kevin Smith wrote. Yeah Great and then I got a little carried away and started writing really would like to see. I'm already here. We go Jay Bob Reboot never seen by Brad Davis Exterior quick. Stop Grocery New Jersey morning. Jason Bob Stand outside of small convenience store. We have close up of their faces which have deformed into grotesque ugly Fellini esque caricatures of the once familiar faces. We remember from the nineties. Close up on silent. Bob whose dramatic weight loss makes him appear like a withered old man. Wearing a Kevin Smith skin suit not unlike the old six flags dancing man from the old commercials. Close up close up on Jay. Whose face looks less like a punk kid. Now has withered wrinkled. Look now has a withered wrinkled. Look of a sixty year old. Construction worker is new teeth. A bluish white give the weathered face a slightly ankeny via valley vibe. He speaks his once. Youthful voice now sounding James Gandolfini smooch to the niche motherfucker. Silent Bob Nods in approval and I should mention that all Ajay's lines have the parenthetical shouting. Everyone wearing headphones. I'll just slightly shouting today's Day Bro. These fat cats in Washington. Dc New Jersey decide if the snooty Bucci's or could it be legal New Jersey. Then we'll be able to get high as mother focus but that the five. Oh getting in our grill all the damn time. Silent Bob Watson approval. And we're GONNA run Jane. Sound Bob's pipe dreams New Jersey's first-ever legal dispensaries island. Bob Knots and approval. Three eight year olds presumably sons of Kevin Smith's friends roll up on their hover boards. Hang with their smartphones. Oh Shit he comes little rascals. Sorry boys but my rule is not just trying to get some vape coils. We don't sell that Shit. That's bad for your health. Hit me with the all natural. Bob Light the majority puts it in Jay's grotesque mouth. You homos doesn't he doesn't he. Does he also put his dick in your mouth to kids? High fiving laugh silent..

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:48 min | 7 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Davis Davis has never seen Jay and silent Bob Reboot. I like when people do these. Very specific types of things especially a reboot of a movie. That also wasn't that long ago right really. I think it came out twenty nineteen but this is so fun. Pat Byrne also on your. He's so funny Brett you may know from the Special Without Brett Davis which was public access show in New York so so wonderful and he's just press one. He won the Andy Kaufman Award. He so funny so unique. He's never seen Jay and silent. Bob Reboot and I wanNA tell you. Brett wanted to write this. In the style of Kevin Smith. He worked so hard. And so it's important that you know this because you're like who would say these Kevin Smith would so he specifically wrote in the style of Kevin Smith like riding nineties movies with the vernacular and stuff like no homo and stuff like that that you don't really be able to say when the writing something anymore it's a loss cadence? It's for the better. What he's never seen Bob reboot and if you're still listening to this I'm GonNa make separate thing for this to introduce it but at the end of the episode way before this was ever a podcast when it was just a live show. I thought it could be a good idea for podcast in this. When I lived in Queens I had come over with some comedians and we recorded a sample episode of the podcast to try and send places to get this sort of like a pre pilot pilot where Brett had never seen dead pool. And so there's a bonus Brett Davis scene at the end of this where he's never seen deadpool. Alex plane that Again to put in a in in term right there but this is Brad Davis has never seen Jay and silent Bob Reboot. It's so fun. We're joined by Pat Byrne as well too great episode. You'RE GONNA love it come to live show tonight l. a? Come to live show in Denver on the twentieth And thank you very much. Enjoy it you ever talked to. People as their influences are sorry by me. My computer people ask you what your they're like. Comedy and mine are some stand ups but honestly a lot of if I'm being honest about the comedy stuff I laughed at the most growing up was looney tunes. Bugs bunny bugs bar. I love bugs bunny. I Love Marvin the Martian yet I love Daffy and then on Jackass. I watched jackass and I was like this at least made me think I could make comedy on my own. I hate anything that has to do with bodies or food jackass so it kind of just like cuts like the Stevo World of it ice age but watching them Skateboard in a loop. Sure and they meet. That made me think I could make stuff on my own. Say and then you know sometimes some stand ups and stuff but whenever you hear a comedian. I don't know if we're all like relatively the same age I think when you hear someone that I just was really into Carl and Lenny Bruce and prime and you're like what yeah when that weirds me. Oh it's like the musicians Jimi Hendrix. The cow is relevant to you and you understand there's influence and there's importance and stuff like that but nothing that they ever said. I'm just getting to the age. Where something George Carlin would have said could apply to my life and I was like sixteen. He's I saw him when I was in college and I think he is. As Cranky is my mom. Said he would be this. Chick set artless podcast. I think our court our interest separately. So we'll do this game involving my dad at the beginning and then we'll read the script and then we have a couple of other. We use those cards last game. I can't remember we did okay. And then we have a couple of games that we play And that's pretty much it. It's you know maybe our tops and we're good and go off the rails as much you want to go off the rails. The rails are are nonexistent. Grab grab instruments you want or grab grab one of these waters and take that xylophone if this is this thing.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Serving in a world where every conversation is about what movie or TV show? You just see this is never seen it. Comedians rewriting famous movies and TV shows. They've never seen what is up everybody. Today's episode Brett Davis has never seen Jay and silent. Bob Reboot I'm here record the Intro Todd Sklar. I am not on this. He's not on this episode. He was just here hanging out. And so then we decided to do this intro. If you're listening to this right now when this episode comes out tonight we have a live show at the lyric theatre. We have Sara Schaefer. Solomon Giorgio Danny Jealous Dave Ross and a Gilchrist rob as people have been all over. Tv greedy from Todd. There will be at this show That's it lyric appearing at seven. Pm The day. This comes out which is Thursday march twelfth. So please come to that. Tickets are at lear. Ick IBERIAN DOT COM or Kyle dot com slash. Never seen it or you can google. You know what I mean so you tell. People were get tickets and you're just like they'll figure it out you can find please. Don't they always on twitter and an INSTAGRAM FOLSOM? Ronald people still use to wear both falls on instagram twitter. That's a riposte ticket links and if people come to the show tonight we can keep doing them. Not only in l. a. But other places We have one in Denver actually on the twentieth. That's a week in a day from when this comes out. Friday March twentieth. I won't be attached unless somebody wants to invite you. Denver but that's in Denver and lemon you can take us that Kyle. Dot.

"bob reboot" Discussed on After The Show Movie Podcast

After The Show Movie Podcast

11:50 min | 8 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on After The Show Movie Podcast

"Solitaire. Solitaire what are you in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. You know those ninety five south there fire ninety five is interesting. You would say that 'cause I got through my first defunct marriage flaying solitaire a lot. I'm I'm not saying there's any correlation God that doesn't sound good like solitaire because it was right on my thing. I was clearing my desktop icons like Oh oh boy a game as alter Microsoft Solitaire posher than the old one thousand five one kind of I mean it's the same game I don't do anything. Leave it all boring and plain but I play on experts. I lose a lot. I actually only win twenty six percent of the time and no one cares about this. This this is before the after the show were discussing random very random conversation during that. I'm all set up and done and ready to go. Oh so I decided to play games so Microsoft Solitaire is available now all platforms. I'm not schilling. I'm just saying it's always there for you all right. So it's Saturday January the twenty fifth this is after the show six hundred eighteen. Where Movie Review Podcast? We look at a new release every week this week. We're looking at Jay. And Silent Bob Reboot to twenty one thousand nine hundred movie released on Blu Ray January the twenty first so you can pick this one up now. It's rated R for strong language and all that stuff drug use rogue usage shock kissing I think. LA's for kissing. Yeah that's all stuff and it's from our friends at Lionsgate you send us a copy for review said sits out you give us the synopsis of Jane. Silent Bob reboots and I will give you the one off the back of the box afterwards. I think the title says it. All Jane Silent Bob Reboot Jane Style Bob Characters. We've known for many many years. Are we doing on the surface a story. They've have done the past but it's not really. It's just another Jay and silent Bob Excursion Adventure. Is that on the box. It says the stone icon icons who I hit the screen twenty five years ago in cloaks back when Jay and silent Bob discover that Hollywood is rebooting an old movie based on them the clueless Gio back on another cross country mission to stop. It's all over again. I don't think they're clueless. I don't think that's fair. That's given Smith did not write that because that's not accurate Kevin Phya who wrote your copy by all right so Jay and silent Bob Re boot. We have a history with view. Askew universe movies. Yes have the universe. was you telling me before we ever met in person because we met on the old Internet way back in nineteen eighteen ninety eight. Just give me a quick synopsis there. There's a synopsis for our box. Of the beginning of it you listed clerks you asked me what movies are like Yep and gave me a list like a litmus test of ten movies that I had to see and probably had the like and clerks was is on that list. It was one of my favorite movies and I did watch it and I did like it and here we are twenty years later thing. Malraux was also possibly on the list right. I don't know when those were came out. Yeah but yeah. Whatever came out before nine hundred ninety eight that was Kevin Smith yet so Yeah so I knew coming into this marriage. You're Kevin Smith and that there will be no escape from any Kevin Smith Tomfoolery. No and I feel like Kevin. Smith's like I've listened to his podcast. I still listen to a couple of days ago. Watches watches youtube videos. It's like you weaves himself into your life even though is not at all you're just listening to him tell stories concierge. So I've definitely yeah before he even did it all the Internet stuff and he used to put out those. DVD's and evening we Kevin Smith five hours long. I'd sit and watch the entire thing you weren't alone you would say we're we're GonNa Watch Kevin Zimmerman. It's a whole afternoon event. Yeah because they were like four discs usually there were really really long but they also told stories and there were a lot of fun so bad bottom line is you are a five. And we're same age with Kevin Smith and so pretty much I have Kevin Smith collectibles electricals on my wall downstairs. I have his signature on a comic book where of his generation and I'm glad he didn't die of a heart attack so where the audience for this movie. I guest some. It's brought audience actually Let's just say this. The premise of this movie and the thing about reboots and sequels roles and which keeps coming up in the movie and about young people enjoying thing and all kind of comes around. Isn't it with what. So what is your favorite Kevin Smith movie first thing. I really enjoyed this movie a lot. Some get into the L. after lot. I'm just saying I know it's in. It's in the high range but my favorite Kevin Smith movie has always been chasing. Amy On mine is absolutely Jason Aim. Yeah so movie that tells it like it feels. That's on the poster that stares right next to her theater. We have like a movie screen on the wall and right next to for that. Is that poster See Her face every time book. Big Face on our wall. Yeah I love that movie so Jay and silent Bob Reboot is like a sequel to Jay and silent Bob Strikes back which was like a culmination of all the best. All these characters coming together on a wacky adventure a wacky adventure ensure and this is the same thing I actually funnily enough. This one's not quite as wacky. Is that one to this. One is going to be more of a hot to it instead of just being like drug drug jokes all the time even though there are a lot share is a thing. We're not drug people. I've never smoked. But maybe I haven't college wants wants and didn't like it but we're not stone type people whatever that is right whatever that is so the stone of humor that's in this movie pretty. I mean literally. Tommy Chong turns about one. Doesn't he Iraq with lows a we jokes and there's plenty of smoking blunts. We all that stuff all that stuff. Well the name of the comic in the movie and the movie is man and chronic true so all that stuff it never makes me laugh. Ah Don't find that kind of I. Don't watch Tommy Chong movies and I dated teenagers did you. And you found them funny but not because of the drug overpop- I've never smoked pot. Never been I mean. I drank a lot so I'm not judging. I'm saying that's just not I don't know the feeling I don't know the world against it no I don't live given the thing of you know it's thing it's a culture around an activity and then like what it does for you or to you. Whatever I'm not into that either but but when I was a teenager they were dislike dumb hilarious movies to me? Yeah and the method man and Redman thing which they Ahah pair in this movie. They made a movie called mosaic. Too High how high they will like the Tommy Chong of light the MTV generation so implant even know who he was talking about. Well they play into this as well so look like a history of stone movies along the way about Kevin Smith Smith. He does what he wants. And if I don't like it I can fuck off. That's that's vibe yet. If you don't like what I'm selling you you hear the jokes were telling the story. Were doing the way we're doing it. It's all me it's all Kevin my world my universe if you don't like it I don't care hair there's enough people who do enjoy it and I am one of those people but that's what I love about it. It doesn't feel like it's reaching out to like impress. Impress anyone or you know. Like he'll say and do things in his story and even in one liners here and there that you're like oh somebody's not gonna like that but he's just doing it. That's what I totally dig about his movies. Even if I'm not sitting there thinking it's hilarious every minute. I just love that. He's just just doing his own thing. That's my favorite part of it. One I really like about this movie is it feels like you know. He had a health scare washed year. Company had a heart attack the big the widowmaker on the as he likes to call it. He didn't make that up. That's the actual name Leah True. But he likes to tell you it even tells you in this movie. When he's on the stage there about him he weaves in his own thing of talking on stage? That's about it it's just it's wacky but This movie felt to me. It felt like it came from like a obviously a different place like after the incident and this is felt like he wanted to encase. I'm not around anymore. I need I want to put this bow on all my stuff that I've always wanted to do. Yeah like I WANNA tie this up. I WanNa tell you something about what was going to happen. Maybe we'll never make a clerks three even though he is going to want to tell you about where these characters are not not all of them but and also like the way he does it his own way like he does his own like he does a tour where they just get up on stage and talk about it. They present the movie. You have to buy a special ticket to go to the movie and see him. And and Jason Mewes get up there and talk and do their spiel any present. All his way is his own way because being part of this sort of like canned Hollywood presentation where they're sort of dishing out to us the movies that big committees want and the people in the head offices decide get to be made in. This is how we're going to sell it in. This is where we're GONNA put it like they they I mean I'm not opposed to those either. I like all kinds of movies. But he's outside of that which means it's got a little extra ed to it which I really like. I like outside of it yet. He manages to get people in these movies. Are you like wow. Why is posted in this movie right because I think those people also feel like so you know what someone has like kind of crushed creativity part of movie making in turn it into just a factory of money-making which I'm also not opposed to you? Make a movie that I wanna go see an alibi or buy it on. DVD or go to see it for money. That's fine to a against the money aspect. It's a business right but that everything boils down to demographics. And what's the word when you test it test audiences and you take shit out because someone doesn't like it. Anew are delicate about a subject. Because you don't want to offend anyone or you want to raise as it up just enough so that you can get Oscar buzz and all that stuff if you if you move all of that aside. There's Kevin Smith like standing there going going. Hey Guys I have movie. I'm GonNa do this movie over here. You know what I mean like I I love that and I think the people who get involved with them some of them are probably really scared. Like someone's going to judge them for being in a Kevin Smith movie or a line that they do or whatever or being associated with something to do with drugs. You see like it's so ridiculous but ultimately if you're doing if you're Ben Affleck you might just be like you know what fuck it. This is my friend..

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

14:32 min | 8 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I don't WanNa see this like I don't WanNa see see people test this out as a solution because to me. It's not a solution. You have to already be established and you know this is a way for the great that we've admired in our generation ration- to kind of fizzle out. I'm not interested in seeing that either I don't feel that this is a solution. But for certain directors that do have a niche audience That isn't going to draw in the barber star wars types of audiences. You know it instead of going straight to streaming. It's nice the fact that you go out for one night only or two nights and go see the new movie by Director that has small audience. And you know that you're pretty much surrounded by the fans. I mean I definitely appreciate you know how much I complain about movies going straight to streaming. And if it's something I want to see I'll take a one night event you know if that's what it's GonNa take. I am jaded living in. La Yeah you get to see it. All in one other thing on a practical level. I I don't like this whole strategy because I can't use my AMC list or a real unlimited for it. They they they they make it not eligible because especially Eh that new movie coming out on. I had to pay for that Shit. Yeah twenty dollars. I mean I'll gladly pay but dammit Connie needs my money and I'm very okay. Okay with that. Why he's gotTa pay for another but implants or Butler That's what it takes for him to live a life of comfort to keep creating the things that he's creating then by all means means I will gladly give him my twenty dollars gotta making content. But I think that about does it for Jane saw Bob Reboot I think that about does it for Joe Blacks. I think I've got what I need for my little tape that I'm going to make right now. Speaking of having Joe say things you know. I don't know for sure when the next time I'm going to have you on the podcast. Joe And I just made a joke in our popcorn and puzzle puzzle pieces group about asking any directors. I have on the show what they think about whether or not marvel movies are cinema since that seems to be the thing that every every piece of media has to ask a director what is cinema. And so I'M GONNA ask. You is Marvel Cinema Cinema. Emma I like the use of the word cinema. No I think that I think that marvel is I think the marble you could argue marble. His movies are movies. That's for sure but I my big problem. I've said this before I don't think I've said it on the PODCAST. But I've said it before that to me what happened about forty years ago when Spielberg really like took too cold of the industry. Spielberg's style movies and Lucas George. Lucas movies used to be made for adults and kids could go see them too. And Dat language has changed and now every movie is made for kids and adults can see them to And I think that that's the real problem. I think that You know like our summer horror blockbuster. Movies are insidious movies when they used to be. You know I don't even give spill jaws in our I mean Movies observe are are all aimed at young people these days and the industry is focused on keeping people young because it's they love it when and they can sell an action figure to a forty five year old and So they WANNA keep us thinking young. They WANNA keep us pacified. And so they're going a to make things like that because it's in their best interest so our marvel movie cinema. No are marvel movies movies absolutely a lot of hard work goes into them. I met a lot of thought goes into But I think a lot of thought goes more into the mechanics of them and I think what's what score says he is talking about. What cinema is is the reason why you're you're making something the purpose in what you're doing and when you come at a movie from that perspective I think that's kind of what steers it in that direction that we call cinema So yes I agree. That marvel movies are not cinema but I do think that they are valid because they are movies and some of them are great but I agree. I agree. They're not anthem. I unfortunately I feel that this is a bit of A. It's a silly conversation because there is a place in this world for both. There's please Louis World for the the thinking man's film or cinema and you know what there is a place for the escapist entertainment or comic book movies but the problem that score says he is addressing that. There's not room anymore right like physically. There's not room anymore. And and and but like but also dealing with those extremes the quote unquote what you said. The thinking man's movie versus escapists I don't believe in escapist cinema. I don't think that's a real thing. I think that when we we. That's another trigger word that we've been that they've put in our polluted in our brains. We don't go to anything to escape. We go to something to have an experience. it's not escaping. It's literally engaging in a way that we're not engaging with normally that's not escape that's that's an active thing but to say like a quote Unquote Thinking Man's movie. I mean God look at something like gangs of New York look at the aviator lookit Ah Hugo scores. These scores says movies. These aren't thinking man movies. These are crowd-pleasers these are epochs. These are comic books. These are you know what I mean. They're not the widow. Now we think of as thinking man cinema but they're made by somebody who is thinking. I feel artists especially should be the thinkers. That's the point they've thought about this and they I thought about it in APPS and they and they've created abstract perspective to better explain their thought. You know what I mean. And and and and the problem is that they're physically is not room for both right now both in the industry and literally in people's scheduled during the day it to put on your shoes drive to AMC and watch the fucking can move and he had to compete with TV now. With how amazing TV is become Okay only accept that because rights gemstones is so that's right absolutely but no and I and I agree I don't watch that much TV. But I just know that that's the general consensus I mean original programming on. Hbo Has Been Strong. Has Been Strong strong for thirty years. Sure sure yes do. I think with the streaming services there's way more content than there was before absolutely but you know what you you have your people that want to see this movie a marvel movie. You have your your people who wanna see the Irishman or the new Scorsese. Scorsese you know what not. Everybody loves Scorsese movies. It you know. It's it's a thing not everybody thinks he's the greatest thing. Since since sliced bread and Francis Ford Coppola the most recent person to throw his hat into the mix. You know hasn't really made a good movie in in a while. Right right no no no. Here's the thing it's not about whether or not what they do is a great film in the end. You know you talk about television being like they've been creating good content for the last eight years and check this out I write a lot of movies and a lot of people. Tell me that my movies would work has plays you know or they see my movies in like that. Play because you've got these long scenes that a lot of dialogue. Here's the thing the language of a play and it's an association to the audience is completely different than a movie so like same thing with television. Russian people love television right but the level of commitment and the and the actual type of interaction that an audience has having with television is totally he different than the experience that you have going to a movie theater and I don't mean like oceans of communicable. I literally mean like the way that you make a film is totally different. Different in the way that television is made and An and no offense to audiences. It's not their job to understand the differences and no offense to audiences it's not their job to quote unquote knowing what they want A. It's the filmmakers job to create something that is accessible and appealing. And they're gonNA fail score says he I think he's one of the greatest living directors if not the greatest but. I didn't like the Irishman at all in I mean I hated wolf of Wall Street. You know but but that's not the I the promise that they're letting audiences dictate and I don't think that that's I it's obviously great for people who WanNa make money And I don't even necessarily mean that as a negative but that's not great for artists that's not great for creators. I mean if you were going to allow them acid masses to dictate you know your your blockbuster that unfortunately is the choice of a probably gonNA aim at Disney. Because it's usually one of their movies from their five studios that they own So you put the people who are still making movies for adults also Whether it be Scorsese whether it be Steven Soderbergh I mean. They're still doing what they WANNA do. And their audiences still there. That's AH they're near dying off. Who are the new people who are the new people that are making these kinds of movies that are are achieving the same level as the kinds of things that score says he was able to Scorsese's he's he's able to do what he does because of the success of a movie like taxi drivers and I think it was actually Noah Baumbach and Wes Anderson. WHO said think about a taxi driver would be a net afflicts movie these days and then I you know what I mean like really would because those kinds of movies aren't getting made and released and distributed on that level anymore? I'd be complaining like crazy. See that I couldn't see it or that. It may be opened for one weekend if I was lucky. Yeah an but again. Gosh you know like you look at any Western. There's a reason reason why Westerns died off in western side off because television took over and people weren't going to the movies as much in a Western doesn't work on TV. It doesn't like like the language of a Western and not just just the bass beautiful shots of like the old West but the way that like you have to film a close up the way that you have to stage two men standing apart from each other you have to feel that distance for it to resonate nate in the way that it that it that it's meant to so again. These are the things that audiences aren't thinking about in movie theaters. Aren't going to think about it because why does a movie theater exist. Movie Theater exists because somebody had the idea to open a movie theater to make money so the person who created AMC their whole thing is about making money through this medium so they're only focused on keeping their jobs and that's a good thing and especially they have thousands of theaters hundreds of theaters. Now they have to maintain the jobs of thousands of people. So that's what they're focused on so I don't fault movie theaters on. I don't really fault fault anybody for it like that. That's that's the silly thing like this blame game. That people are trying to play. That's not I don't think that's helpful. I think that it needs to fall on the fucking creators haters. Who when they get to make a fucking marvel movie that every single time without failed they make a fucking winter soldier that they think about why.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

11:01 min | 8 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I don't WanNa see this like I don't WanNa see see people test this out as a solution because to me. It's not a solution. You have to already be established and you know this is a way for the great that we've admired in our generation ration- to kind of fizzle out. I'm not interested in seeing that either. I don't feel that this is a solution. But for certain directors that do have a niche audience That isn't going to draw in the barber star wars types of audiences. You know it instead of going straight to streaming. It's nice the fact that you go out for one night only or two nights and go see the new movie by Director that has small audience. And you know that you're pretty much surrounded by the fans. I mean I definitely appreciate you know how much I complain about movies going straight to streaming. And if it's something I want to see I'll take a one night event you know if that's what it's GonNa take. I am jaded living in. La Yeah you get to see it. All in one other thing on a practical level. I I don't like this whole strategy because I can't use my AMC list or a real unlimited for it. They they make they make it not eligible. Because especially Eh that new movie coming out on. I had to pay for that Shit. Yeah twenty dollars. I mean I'll gladly pay but dammit Connie needs my money and I'm very okay. Okay with that. Why he's gotTa pay for another but implants or Butler That's what it takes for him to live a life of comfort to keep creating the things that he's creating then by all means means I will gladly give him my twenty dollars gotta making content about does it for Jane saw Bob Reboot I think that about does it for Joe Blacks. I think I've got what I need for my little tape that I'm going to make right now. Speaking of having Joe say things you know. I don't know for sure when the next time I'm going to have you on the podcast. Joe And I just made a joke in our popcorn and puzzle puzzle pieces group about asking any directors. I have on the show what they think about whether or not marvel movies are cinema since that seems to be the thing that every every piece of media has to ask a director what is cinema. And so I'M GONNA ask. You is Marvel Cinema. Well Cinema. Emma I like the use of the word cinema. No I think that I think that marvel is I think the marble you could argue marble. His movies are movies. That's for sure but I my big problem. I I've said this before I don't think I've said it on the PODCAST. But I've said it before that to me what happened about forty years ago when Spielberg really like took too cold of the industry. Spielberg's style movies and Lucas George. Lucas movies used to be made for adults and kids could go see them too. And Dat language has changed and now every movie is made for kids and adults can see them to And I think that that's the real problem. I think that You know like our summer horror blockbuster. Movies are insidious movies when they used to be. You know I don't even give spill jaws in our I mean Movies observe are are all aimed at young people these days and the industry is focused on keeping people young because it's they love it when and they can sell an action figure to a forty five year old and So they WANNA keep us thinking young. They WANNA keep us pacified. And so they're going a to make things like that because it's in their best interest so our marvel movie cinema. No are marvel movies movies absolutely a lot of hard work goes into them. I met a lot of thought goes into But I think a lot of thought goes more into the mechanics of them and I think what's what score says he is talking about. What cinema is is the reason why you're you're making something the purpose in what you're doing and when you come at a movie from that perspective I think that's kind of what steers it in that direction that we call cinema So yes I agree. That marvel movies are not cinema but I do think that they are valid because they are movies and some of them are great but I agree I agree. They're not Athena I unfortunately I feel that this is a bit of A. It's a silly conversation because there is a place in this world for both. There's please Louis World for the the thinking man's film or cinema and you know what there is a place for the escapist entertainment or comic book movies but the problem that score says he is addressing that. There's not room anymore right like physically. There's not room anymore. And and and but like but also dealing with those extremes the quote unquote what you said. The thinking man's movie versus escapists I don't believe in escapist cinema. I don't think that's a real thing. I think that when we we. That's another trigger word that we've been that they've put in our polluted in our brains. We don't go to anything to escape. We go to something to have an experience. it's not escaping. It's literally engaging in a way that we're not engaging with normally that's not escape that's that's an active thing but to say like a quote Unquote Thinking Man's movie. I mean God look at something like gangs of New York look at the aviator lookit Ah Hugo scores. These scores says movies. These aren't thinking man movies. These are crowd-pleasers these are epochs. These are comic books. These are you know what I mean. They're not the widow. Now we think of as thinking man cinema but they're made by somebody who is thinking. I feel artists especially should be the thinkers. That's the point they've thought about this and they I thought about it in APPS and they and they've created abstract perspective to better explain their thought. You know what I mean. And and and and the problem is that they're physically is not room for both right now both in the industry and literally in people's scheduled during the day it to put on your shoes drive to AMC and watch the fucking can move and he had to compete with TV now. With how amazing. TV is become. Okay only accept that because rights gemstones is so that's right absolutely but no and I and I agree I don't watch that much TV. But I just know that that's the general consensus I mean original programming on. Hbo Has Been Strong. Has Been Strong strong for thirty years. Sure sure yes do. I think with the streaming services there's way more content than there was before absolutely. But you know what you you have your people that want to see this movie a marvel movie. You have your your people who want to see the Irishman or the new Scorsese. Scorsese you know what not. Everybody loves Scorsese movies. It it's it's a thing not everybody thinks he's the greatest thing. Since since sliced bread and Francis Ford Coppola the most recent person to throw his hat into the mix. You know hasn't really made a good movie in in a while. Right right no no no. Here's the thing it's not about whether or not What they do is a great film in the end? You know you talk about television being like they've been creating good content for the last two years and check this out. I write a lot of movies and a lot of people. Tell me that my movies would work has plays you know or they see my movies in like that. Play because you've got these long scenes that a lot of dialogue. Here's the thing the language of a play and it's an IT's association to the audience is completely different than a movie so like same thing with television. Russian people love television right but the level of commitment and the and the actual type of interaction that an audience has having with television is totally he different than the experience that you have going to a movie theater and I don't mean like oceans of communicable. I literally mean like the way that you make a film is totally different. Different in the way that television is made and An and no offense to audiences. It's not their job to understand the differences and no offense to audiences it's not their job to quote unquote knowing what they want. It's the filmmakers job to create something that is accessible and appealing. And they're gonNA fail score says he I think he's one of the greatest living directors if not the greatest but. I didn't like the Irishman at all in I mean I hated wolf of Wall Street. You know but but that's not the I the promise that they're letting audiences dictate and I don't think that that's I it's obviously great for people who WanNa make money And I don't even necessarily mean that as a negative but that's not great for artists that's not great for creators. I mean if you were going to allow them acid masses to dictate you know your your blockbuster that unfortunately is the choice of a probably gonNA aim at Disney. Because it's usually one of their movies from their five studios that they own So you put the people who are still making movies for adults also Whether it be Scorsese whether it be Steven Soderbergh I mean. They're still doing what they WANNA do. And their audiences still there. That's AH they're near dying off. Who are the new people who are the new people that are making these kinds of movies that are are achieving the same level as the kinds of things that score says he was able to Scorsese's he's he's able to do what he does because of the success of a movie like taxi drivers and I think it was actually Noah Baumbach and Wes Anderson. WHO said think about a taxi driver would be a net afflicts movie these days and then I you know what I mean like really would because those kinds of movies aren't getting made and released and distributed on that level anymore? I'd be complaining like crazy. See that I couldn't see it or that. It may be opened for one weekend if I was lucky. Yeah an but again. Gosh you know like you look at any Western. There's a reason reason why Westerns died off in western side off because television took over and people weren't going to the movies as much in a Western doesn't work on TV. It doesn't like the like the language of a Western and not just just the bass beautiful shots of like the old West but the way that like you have to film a close up the way that you have to stage two men standing apart from each other you have to feel that distance for it to resonate nate in the way that it that it that it's meant to so again. These are the things that audiences aren't thinking about in movie theaters. Aren't going to think about it because why does a movie theater exist. Movie Theater exists because somebody had the idea to open a movie theater to make money so the person who created AMC their whole thing is about making money through this medium so they're only focused on keeping their jobs and that's a good thing and especially really when they have thousands of theaters hundreds of theaters. Now they have to maintain the jobs of thousands of people. So that's what they're focused on so I don't fault movie theaters on. I don't really fault fault anybody for it like that. That's that's the silly thing like this blame game. That people are trying to play. That's not I don't think that's helpful. I think that it needs to fall on the fucking creators haters. Who when they get to make a fucking marvel movie that every single time without failed they make a fucking winter soldier that they think about why.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

13:55 min | 8 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Utilizing the foundation that he built of in his youth to like like tell stories and to push into the future to inspire us to move on into the future and I'm sorry but I don't see a regression as as an okay thing like I'm not saying this this is regression. I'm just saying he knows what the audience is for Jane. Silent Bob and no this is not clerks to. It's not as smart as clerks to. It's not as interesting as clerks to the character. Work is not as good but the purposes of Jay and silent. Bob Strike back and Jane Sound Bob Reboot is that did these are just kind of stone. essentially stone are comedies. So it's not a regression. He's just playing to what he thinks. That little part of his view askew universes but you don't think that Eddie striving for some kind of poignancy in it I think if he was striving for poignancy he would probably strive to do something more original than keep going back to the US Q.. The most poignant film arguably from his perspective as clerks too which is true but look at every other movie branched out to try and make which was kind of the nothing nothing was ever that great afterwards cop out. I love that you are definitely minority of that one movie. On opening night night I went to the midnight screening halfway through I walked out not because as bad but because I loved it so much I didn't WanNa see it without my father and I actually drove from Tallahassee to Jacksonville the next morning so so that I could go see it with my father. That's a beautiful story. True story as a good story. Unfortunately I just can't give that say that's a good movie. What a red state red states fine you know but it's not as smart or is interesting some of the His other movies. The first half is as soon as John Goodman shows up it goes to shit. I think it proves the Kevin Smith should write what he knows which is horny teenagers in religion. By the time you get to the COP stuff. It's like yeah you've seen a bunch of law and order. I get it yet but you know what if he does some original characters. Take out the Jay and silent Bob Stuff maybe lean more towards Jersey girl. Because had none of that stuff and he'd be he would be doing better again. I don't think that he's interested in making movies anymore. And that's okay he doesn't half I think You know just to one last point on this I think it just kind. Anna speaks to how half baked the idea. Is like anything related to the story of this movie. I think they just wanted to make A. Ah Jane Silent Bob Movie and then along the way maybe had the idea. What if he has a kid? And what if there's no no. They just didn't really spend enough time. I am really kind of coming up with what that would mean and why it would be and and so they just end up with just You know I don't know. Just let's let's make you funny and and Kinda you know mean to jail all the time. And that's kind of the extent of character until she started to grow a little bit towards the end. So you're going to yell for the first half often cry for the second half Rebibbia. Pretty much I don't know if they had the The chew and a or whatever it was beforehand where they give a speech and kind of talk about the genesis movie. We're basically Kevin Smith says that there are moments of this movie that were taken from the original clerks three script and a mole rats too. I think that's a big problem because it does seem like there's so many different ideas taken probably from those scripts than just kinda filled in the blanks. afterwards. I'M NOT GONNA lie when I was working on hollow Ian I told you I got an idea for clerks three. What if Veronica POPs backup Dante? Hasn't seen turn over twenty years and she's like Yo. I'm I had a kid and it's your kid and this is your kid and the kids like a real piece of shit like he's an asshole but like Dante has to give them a job because Aziz's kids who he's like the new clerk but then like the movie goes on Dante starts to suspect that what if the kids Randall's actually and like maybe you know. I pitched that idea to just just saying the. What about the dead guy in the bathroom? How could it not been his kid? caitlyn clough's Veronica's Yeah just saying I pitched chat to him. I love it I love it. Joe Got this movie made. I got to shoot with him at a at a convenience in store on that movie and he came up to me afterward and at the snack daily said. Hey you were just a clerk in a Kevin Smith movie and then he walked away and I was like Doc. That's pretty sweet. That's pretty fucking sweet. Now I do have to ask a before we did anybody else find that. Operation Predator editor was hilarious. Laris the house. She steals the van. Yes and I really. I thought it was hilarious. I Like I've already forgotten it credits. When he was like turned out he actually wasn't a Predator? He was just doing that to save her. Like that was funny. I was like why. Isn't that the movie and they the little deleted scene. Yeah that would see. That's funny like where the two kids that were outside of. Clarksdale are actually in the marijuana business. Now that that was that was pretty good. Two Hundred Bucks Command In my head was pretty good for me. The whole movie is where Jay says Dorothy. And he's like yeah. We put gum in the locks. Every night to Piss them off. I was like that's actually the biggest laugh screening to might screening the best joke in the movie. It's you know he still got it. He just doesn't he's not interested. That's well I'm GonNa go with another puzzle piece and we will continue on with this And Kevin Smith was even saying it himself Gulf I saw had some interview thing but the Force Awakens Which of course you know sequel review? You know he called it a recall at one point. kind of blurring the lines of bringing back characters and continuing the story. But it's also kind of doing what the old one did over again For a new generation and and I think it's pretty clear cut inspiration especially for you know someone like Kevin Smith guess we could go back and also throw in there for Buco of Halloween. alwyn sure we'd probably should bring this up again. I'm trying to think of any reboot that has really worked. You know what I mean. I know that for me. I feel like the one that really started this trend on this scale. I mean maybe I'm wrong. Maybe forgetting what is tron legacy. But I I liked tron legacy. And what's an interesting thing about tron. Though is that tron Walla cult hit was not a very successful movie not a popular movie. Internet mean more people knew about it than liked it so I felt like there was room for a reboot to like you know but like it's it's tough order. When you're trying to reboot something that people already love and it's still so hard to define I mean even with that great you know definition they try to throw out there in this movie It's still I think most people just you no have no idea how to fully define the difference. Well what does it say that we're still doing this. Shit were like when it's a sequel time for a sequel especially. After few years we throw a kid in the mix. You know what I mean like. I know that everybody's talking about the new ghostbusters movie house spoke there. I'm like doesn't it just sound awful like the fuck. It does sound terrible terrible but I will give Jason Reitman the benefit the doubt because I will his movies have been great. I agree interesting statement and got it. Thank you for. Smoking is is brilliant. I I'm I'm a big fan of a key named Robin I. I know him a little bit but I last time I saw that a grocery store is like I really appreciate what you do like. 'cause he's trying and I like where his perspective live is and I just don't think that he's ever hit a home run. I loved Labor Day and I loved men women and children but I at least appreciate the kinds of movies. He's making making that. He wants to make numb for sure. And I think he's a great choice to direct the ghostbusters sequel for many reasons and some of them very obvious but again this is throwing a a kid in the mix has always been a negative like yeah. Oh man remember how good the mummy returns was because there was a kid await. You know what I mean to be fair. None of those movies were very good. The first one's Great Scorpion King is great and I I like I like all three of them. I don't give a shit. They're refined their their their watchable bed as Tom Cruise's abomination but very few things are. I just can't wait till the matrix four comes out next year and its neo and trinity's kid like that's probably what's going to happen to don't curse it. I regret saying it out loud. I if it's not using this goal I mean what's the line anymore because technically Jay silent. Bob Isn't really a reboot it's technically sequel. I'll be amazed at the movie. Isn't called Old Matrix reboot because like the Matrix. Itself has to reboot after you know like after the one like so fuck like I love the way way. Way Matrix trix. rebooted go where it actually works with Matrix reloaded Matrix Revolutions Matrix rebooted. Oh my God I just heard it here first. Please don't listen. Don't take these ideas. These are bad ideas. I actually really loved the Matrix sequels very much so I'm already offended by the fact that they're coming back you know what I mean is like no. It ended so perfect. They just have to though they. They can't help themselves Abu Adam I will use since I'd mentioned it earlier Cheech and Chong's up and smoke. You know what it's that whole sub-genre of just stone her buddy comedies. Sure could use cheech and Chong now at you could use How High Redman and method Vance already referenced in the movie? I'll just go with teacher time. Because they were the first when he says that his all time how high how Oh hi the movie. We're in your mind. They hosted like one of those. MTV award shows or something. And they. I remember this. They ask P. Diddy like as he was walking the recovered. Like what's your favorite movie of all time and he's like scarface and then fucking method Redman turn to the camera goes. MOTHERFUCKER should've said how high you know. I I wondered. I wondered going into this movie whether or not my sense of humor would have changed too much much at this point to appreciate it and I still found myself cracking up through the screening of the the original and this one at all the dumb shit so I guess I just you know. I'm always gonNA love dumps donor movies. Even in Jay and silent Bob Strike back with all of its throwbacks call backs. It's still created its own new moments like lines like you were saying and it actually has big set pieces this. What's the biggest setpiece we get fucking? Kevin Smith Accidentally eggplants a movie employees the You know read. Whatever his name is Tater tots him in drive through? Like what like. What is this it you know? It's fucking around that what's that great in jade's ups trek back when he when somebody gets stuck in the in the manhole and then he yanks some through and he goes just like Winnie the Pooh. You know what I will always think of the Of Silent Bob Typing on his phone. And it's just like one random emoji Like that I thought was hilarious that I'll actually yet that it's funny but like again. It's just so poorly edited that like it's like cut a cut the reveal. It is a funny joke and Prim and I'm sure that Eggplant gag on paper was brilliant. You know it just his lack of like I could I if you told me. He did know pre-production movie. I believe you. That's what that's what I'm saying. It seems like they just wanted to get on set and make a movie and bring back all these characters and that's they didn't have much planned ahead of time. Great make clerks again. Like I'm not even joking make clerks three instead of Jay and silent Bob Route. Because it's such a big fucking movie that you need. You need to plan things like this out clerks. You know what I mean like it's small it's contained and it's a formula that is proven true twice And and you know no I couldn't she be Dante's daughter that's such a better idea I think we have to blame What is facing plays that Randal graves because he's the one who turned down and Clerks three originally. But don't worry you're getting your wish. They are gonNa make clerks three now. He turned it down. Because the script sucked I am in such support of him and I just just like I was with Bill Murray. If you guys have ever read the ghostbusters three script that he famously ripped in half and mail back to them. So shockingly. I've read it and it is so shockingly the an offensively bad and not just bad but insulting to Bill Murray. The whole script was very bitter toward bank men the character but really obviously Bill Murray. And I'm so sick of people giving him Shit Shit it's like no. They gave him shit and he said I refuse in Bill. Murray's defense there's no reason to do ghostbusters twenty years later. If you're going to do it. Five years after ghostbusters till that's fined. Ten years after ghostbusters to fine. Nobody needs to do sequels twenty years later like that. I think it ghostbusters. Show makes more sense. That's not even none of them are in it and like ghostbusters have just become a thing. And it's every small town make another like blue collar. Urban like keep it blue collar urban but move it to fucking Chicago or Texas or whatever whatever you know what I mean I know kids know sigourney. Weaver kids no kid or kids. We'll show you said that you're you're outta pieces now. Yeah Okay I feel like I feel bad I feel like we You know it turned the puzzle piece show into just like a you know. That's what that's what happens..

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

12:27 min | 8 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I actually have not seen snake eyes but it sounds like it goes off the rails like this does David. It's definitely Oh you are movie. Get to watch Nicholas Cage Go over the top as always. Yeah Yeah what's not to love about it. When when I saw that for the first time I was the first half when it was halfway over I went on? 'em rented it. I went on Amazon and I just bought it and then by the end of the movie. I'd canceled my order because it is a good first half yet is I feel like I need to see it but I will go ahead with my next puzzle hustle peace and this was probably You know kind of an obvious but I was going to go with dead pool Because of just the nonstop inside jokes and making fun of itself and making fun of its own universe and about moviemaking itself and in general and the studios IOS and just everything involved. Which of course was stuff that he was already doing with the less chance? Sound Bob movie but of course. Now we're getting to a Meta level title where it's making fun of itself as a sequel of the previous thing and I mean it just goes completely into that direction. Just how Meta the whole thing has gotten with this one. I don't like the I I like the second one could definitely see that Yeah especially for the breaking of the fourth wall jokes and just you know as Kevin Smith would say the Dick and fart jokes. Yeah Yeah they fill it with lots of Dick and fart jokes as well as like the movie making jokes and the the the movie universe jokes and all that stuff it was with the random Matt Damon Cameo like all the others at the very least felt organic ish. You know what I mean. That one was. Here's Loki yet. They had to get him in. Somehow I guess and they just really couldn't think of anything why he's dead he well. He's explaining that that he didn't die or he somehow got rewarded. Bullshit none of it picks in that. And where's God during all this. Where's Alanis Lantis? Morissette are Canadian. God only referenced a million Fucking Times Mike God I mean she couldn't show up. I mean she's not dating Ryan Ryan Reynolds anymore. That's true that would have helped. What else you got that would help with that de piece for you go see? That's what this movie we needed in needed. Some Ryan re some Random Ryan Reynolds showing up. I think he would have fit quite well if anything Clerks to is a better deadpool puzzle piece thing because That song that she wrote that I was talking about in clerks to about Ryan Reynolds which saw what was the song. I haven't seen clerks to since the theatre. It's called everything it's like. You see everything you you see every part you see Oh my light and you love my dark. It's beautiful. I think I remember that. Yeah Oh you got me to jazz. Fuck yeah good. Good rendition. Addition I like it. That's going to become a single beautiful. You Bastard next to Adam dumb and dumber to con- con exempt. Raping the bottom. Right now oh yeah to morons on the road long lost daughter. I'M NOT GONNA say hilarity ensues because there was no hilarity in dumb and dumber to service one. Brilliant joke when the when the cat farted out the feathers. That was really really funny. You guys don't even remember that joke. I actually spared myself and never watched it. I just I felt like it was going to be too depressing and I never went. I try too hard so hard to like it got it. That is a rough experience just based off the trailer though. They also had the same thing of Jane Salad. Oh Bob where they look the same except for just older which of course how life works. But I mean it's just kinda weird to see you again. Bring up at Buddy of Mine Vincent. The one I think could be good on this podcast. He one of the one of the problems he had with dumb and dumber to is that in the first dumb and dumber there in the real world so them I'm being dumb like really is an offense to the world which is funny but in dumb and Dumber to the whole world is dumb cartoony so they don't really stick out as much And that he faulted the movie for that really mean spirited in the sequel. They're pretty mean spirited in the first one to I mean let's be fair. I feel like they're you're a little more ignorant like they don't really understand doing whereas like they're really like kind of going out of their way to be assholes in the second. Yeah that's fair and also Vincent He. He said Austin power suffered from the same thing that like the first one is funny because he's in our world but then it gets done but I disagree because Goldmember to me is going yeah. People didn't like old member. I liked Goldmember. I'm with you on that. What do you got for your next one? Joe Okay so this is. It's I don't know how this is GonNa go necessarily but creed the rocky WANNA be okay. So sticking with the reboot you know. Obviously the reboot theme were creed is just a reboot of rocky and then using the device that they talk about in the film in Jamestown Bob Reboot were they talk about like your children like you know what I mean like. Your kids are kind of a reboot of yourself and then this whole movie supposed to be like she. You Know Kevin. Smith's daughter is kind of like the new J. A with a new silent. Bob You know taking the best parts of yourself and Blah Blah but creed much like Jay and silent Bob Job reboot suffers from the fact that the kids suck like I like creed. I know. I'm in a minority on. Ns because a lot of people really love that movie I hated creed and it wasn't because it was a bad movie is the filmmaking is fine but that character sucks. He is a rich privileged spoiled Brat. Who wants to beat up people who gives up a good job great home to go beat the shit out of people people because of his sense of pride and then he moves into a cool loft immediately falls in love with a super hot DJ And then gets a title shot just for being an asshole and then when rocky confesses to him that he has cancer his responses. How could you do this to me? He's a selfish piece of shit. You know And Rocky the original rocky the beauty of rocky is that he doesn't want to fight he just can't do anything else like that's like the tragedy rocky and like the the character of Adrian. He sees. He's beauty where other people didn't and he doesn't aspire to like for the world to know his name he just wants to provide a good life for her that's a real underdog and I hated creed aid because they're trying to get me to root for this creed kit and much. Like Jay and silent Bob Reboot J. kind of like what you're saying about dumb and dumber how in the original dumb and dumber. They're ignorant in. You know what I mean so like all the offense is the J. causes are usually like accidental and or with good intention toward his friends. Like he's trying to like mess up Laforce to help Brodie or something like that. But this one Harley Harley Quinn. She's just she's a bitch she's like mean and she's like needy and and violent and rude. You know what I mean and it's like I don't like this character I don't show she's a millennial well. And I don't like to generalize in that way because I think you know but but like I you know you can tell. The girl was raised raised in Hollywood and that Jay was raised in New Jersey. That's for sure that's a good point right there and and yes like you know. Hey I'm all for or you know. Give it to the kid. That's a great idea. That's fine that's fun like yeah I would you know a little. A new mini Jay and silent. Bob Like be male Sure but not these two they suck. I think I think jogesh broke my soul. I loved creed is well. Well Adam But I I do think you make a really good point though Joe I really do because especially because of how much did not like Kevin Smith's daughter in this movie I I just don't like the character at all. I don't like how mean she seems to be it's like how are you supposed to root for her in any way right. I was thinking a lot of You know that Aladdin movie that just came out the Guy Ritchie and Yeah it wasn't good but one thing I liked about it was that jasmine you know is is the way. She's portrayed in. The film is a woman trying to like. You know claim her place like who's been looked over. Who's you know what I mean like of which is very popular theme right now especially movies but like she was a great character movies not so good but she was a great character and I was like this is it's great? This is a you you can break through to a mainstream audience with this people who you know who need to hear this message quote unquote. This is accessible to them. And then you got the jump to Harley Quinn like it's just another like you know how is that really doing anything for women or for millennials as you put it when she's just such a knife she's a knife-wielding bitch you know what I mean. Like gangrene is not appealing. No but she's supposed to be you know that she's gone. What eighteen years with this missing piece in her life You know and she's lashed out at society and she's acting out because she never had that father figure so the more J. has been in her life. As the movie progresses she calms calms down a bit. I don't see that as such a terrible character trait and this is also a Kevin Smith movie. It's everything's exaggerated. Yeah but I mean mean. Clerks was a Kevin Smith. Movie mallrats Kevin Smith Movie Linda Fiorentino's character for God's sake and dog as a great fucking character because she's been abandoned by a husband because she couldn't bear his child. She feels abandoned by God. She's completely alone to. She has nobody that she can turn to either. We don't heed Bethany because Bethany. Let's trope groping this. How you going to compare the character work in Dogma is some of Kevin Smith's best work and that's how I can compare what we're talking thirty years down the line and he's writing poorly now like that's not okay but you're also talking about essentially a Cheech and Chong movie that's With these Jane Silent Spin off movies. Are there essentially. Just you know long winded pop culture cheech and Chong movies. They're not really supposed to be taken that seriously precisely i. I think that's a disservice to what he evolved to as a filmmaker like even if he started out like thinking that that's how movies were with something like by the time you get to clerks to the last awesome you askew film you see real poignancy real purpose. And he's utilizing the foundation that he built of in his youth to like like tell stories and to push into the future to inspire us to move on into the future and I'm sorry but I don't see a regression as as an okay thing like I'm not saying this this is regression. I'm just saying he knows what the audience is for Jane. Silent Bob and no this is not clerks to. It's not as smart as clerks to. It's not as interesting as clerks to the character. Work is not as good but the purposes of Jay and silent. Bob Strike back and Jane Sound Bob Reboot is that these are just kind of stone Essentially stone are comedies. So it's not a regression. He's just playing to what he thinks. That little part of his view askew universes but you don't think that Eddie striving for some kind of poignancy in it I think if he was striving for poignancy he would probably strive to do something more original than keep going back to the US Q.. The most poignant film arguably from his perspective as clerks too which is true but look at every other movie branched out to try and make which was kind of the nothing nothing was ever that great afterwards cop out. I love that you are definitely minority of that one. On opening night night I went to the midnight screening halfway through I walked out not because as bad but because I loved it so much I didn't WanNa see it without my father and I actually drove from Tallahassee to Jacksonville the next morning so so that I could go see it with my father. Beautiful story true story as a good story. Unfortunately I just can't give that say that's a good movie. What a red state red.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

10:23 min | 8 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Jay and silent. Bob Rabou We weren't expecting to have these guys back so soon but with us again today. We've got Joe Black and Adam Wells. How's it going guys? It's going good going good. Glad to be back soon. snooty cheese glad I like that. You're in the spirit already. Yes we are. We're of course talking. About Jay and silent Bob Reboot. I think we should kick this off by first of all we should. Actually I think say straight up at at the top. Who liked it? Who didn't like it? Let's let's let's get that out of the way as we're getting into this conversation. Let's start off with you Adam because it sounds like you liked it a lot. I I enjoyed waited. I guess You know it'd been awhile since I've actually listened to some good Kevin Smith pop culture dialogue. mean the story itself. It's stupid like the like the first one but I kinda like the second half of the movie a lot. It just had a lot of hard to it Something that and and we hadn't gotten from Kevin Smith a while and I really really enjoyed it. I really enjoyed all the characters and all the throwbacks to the To the previous movies a lot of throwbacks in there What about you Joe I did not care for it now all right now I am Big Kevin Smith Fan Dan Dogmas movie that made me realize I wanted to be a filmmaker Followed that man's journey for more than twenty years. At this point you know. He's basically made three movies. Now that are just about how much he loves his kid and So far the first one was the Best Jersey girl I agree. Jersey girl is is a great movie for all you haters out there. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez gone there over with get over the hate. Yeah and I mean mean one of my bucket lists movies to see in my lifetime as the original two and a half hour cut of that movie which is what I told Kevin when I met him? I I'd yoga was More than offensively bad to me. It was it was irresponsible and and insulting thing to Artists in my opinion like I I would take it that far this movie. I wouldn't take that far. I would just say that it doesn't work and that I could feel from minute. One that his heart was in the sentiment but his heart was not in the film making whatsoever. It's the only movie he's done. That's poorly edited. It's it's so choppy that even halfway decent scenes or just killed by how poorly edited it is. It looks like garbage and I saw it in the double feature with Jane. Sound Alibaba strike back in. That movie is so well directed that like it feels cohesive it has a it creates a universe with its look at in the score in that movie is really really terrific and this movie was just him wanting to tell his friends how much he loved him how much she loved them after he had his heart attack which. That's fine fine but you can also do that and and care about the craft right right now and I fall somewhere in between the two you guys I did like like it but I it really does show like how just how a simple like the whole setup isn't how like nothing there is to who it and they're certainly laughs to be had along the way and I did also watch it with the double feature Adam. Did you watch the double feature. I did not watch the double feature I I went for the poster. Never any real reason other than I saw Jay and silent Bob in the theaters when it came out while I thought it was funny then. I think it's pretty much the same way as you guys feel about this one. It's stupid with no purpose. I just read the second half of this one had so much hard to it in to me was better than the first Jane. Sound Bob movie number one of his better movies not one of his better movies in general but better than Jane Silent Strike Back because I just never liked. I never really thought that was that good of a movie Saying that made me clutch. My heart like an old southern woman. I was little my Lord like Becca Janson about strike back is so well made and especially I mean. I've seen it six hundred thousand times and I've actually seen it on the big screen just a couple of months ago but but seeing every time I see it. It's just so well made like it's just so well timed and even though it is full of all these little throwbacks throwbacks and references to earlier work. It just moves at breakneck pace. All of it builds to something and it feels cohesive. This movie just feels like clunk. CLUNK CLUNK ON CA- clunk With idea I did love Jay and silent Bob Strike Back Myself I actually I. I think I've told this before but I. That's the only movie I've ever watch twice in the theater. In one day on opening day we went to times in a row and I loved it both times and I thought another I thought another one or two times the after that I mean I. I'm Kinda surprised by because when I watched the first James Bond movie. I just think of skit after skit after skit and it just what is it really lead to kind of like a second rate be big adventure nut you know and it's just you know joke on top up of joke on top of joking. This movie is no different The choppiness of the music video feel of the first one I thought was just. It looked like his Most rushed and thrown together production. Nah Go back and watch. It can should've watched the double feature. I promise it's not I liked. I liked that at this. Conversation is going to be coming from such completely different angles with with with our three opinions on this movie. I think that's why it's a great thing that we're doing this one today. Komo soul but I think he David said some really interesting. He said Jay and silent. Bob Strike Back Zealand movie. You saw twice in the same day and I saw a bunch of times Peter when it came out and but when I graduated the year I graduated film schools year that clerks to came out and I had some really awful personal things happening during that year I was just really loss. It was very painful. Time in my life and I wasn't even going to go see clerks too because it was a it was too painful painful to think about it. Hard to explain but that morning that it came out my father woke me up and My father took me to see a movie basically every Friday my entire life. That's that's why I love films so much. And but he had not seen any of the Jay and silent. Bob Moves with me. I didn't have any interest but he woke me up that he said come on. We're going to go see that clerks. He'd taken the day off of work work so we could go see the first show together and When I was watching it? And they do the scene where they're rebuilding the the quick. Stop with the Atlantis Morissette. You know you see everything. Every report they rebuilt the quick. Stop IT I. It just stirred such an emotion me watching these two guys reject at the beginning of the movie they reject the very thing thing that that is their identity and and they spend the whole movie hating on it and then finally they learned to not only embrace it but then to take ownership of it and rebuild it in their image and that message with that song playing I just I had the most violent like break down in the middle of the theater just sobbing crying and at the end of the movie my Dad gave me a bunch of cash and he said just stay and I watched that movie five times that day and at the end of the last when I went to go see the last time the manager at the theater was like hey how many times you've seen assisted five. She said find me after the movie and then after the movie got out I walked out and she had one of those giant canvas. Roll up posters of that rules and and that movie is nothing but like you know throwbacks and and has a lot of heart as you say but again it's a real film you know and And so I know he has it in him so this movie is just kind of unlike his last last few movies. Well doesn't have it in and I'm not even putting this as one of his better movies. I'm just only putting it up against that one clerks to even with my issues towards yen I do love that movie. Dogma is probably my favorite probably one of the smartest movies On religion with a couple of Dick and fart jokes in their sure Chasing me great. two-thirds of movie I I can't I can't drive with you there but I love Tusk so I think tusk actually right behind dog as his strongest directing like. I think that that's this is all over the place. I'm in our opinions but yeah we should get into. Why don't we? Why don't we jumped to that Adam what do you got for your first one. I've already mentioned it the First Time Pee. Wee's big adventure you know Not as much as maybe the first first movie but again you know just road trip of just sketch is upon sketches upon sketches. You know it does eventually lead somewhere. It doesn't always make sense. No but you know what. That's that's a movie that I think of. It's just you know a sketch on top of the sketch on top of a sketch. That's a road road trek movie absolutely. Yeah it's the road trip movie. It's the the sketch movie it's Anything goes kind of a movie you know and of course you know. It's very similar to do the last one to to strike back in so of course they both would probably have that same puzzle piece if you know if we were doing the show back then I don't. I don't really agree that like Jane. Bob Is just a strike back. Sketch sketch upon sketch. This one for sure one hundred percent. I'm right there with you but I don't think Jane Bob is like that. With the exception of going down the none at the beginning of their journey everything that happens to them in that journey feeds into something else that then comes back full circle in the end to tell the complete story where the characters go from eight to be. You know like I know. I don't agree with that but this one for sure. All right well What do you have fear? I one Joe Yes I have a brother..

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

12:00 min | 8 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"All right to another episode of piecing it together. The podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show we have got a lively one for you guys. We are talking. About Jay and silent Bob Reboot from Kevin Smith. Of course we all love Jay and silent. Oh Bob back in the day and it's been awhile since we've had them in a movie and they're back and this has been a interesting release because it came out just with with a couple of fathom events screenings and now Kevin Smith is taking on a roadshow across the country instead of a regular release or going straight. Vod or anything like that. It's just coming to one city at a time and I'm not sure as I'm recording this where it is in the process of release but wherever it is I would definitely say? Go check it out because especially if you were a fan of the old view USC Universe from Kevin Smith It's definitely something worth watching. Even if the results are a little on the MIC side. But with me today we've got to co hosts we've got Joe Black and we've got Adam Wells. The two two of them had previously. Join me on the three from Hell episode and we decided to do it again and we had a great time talking about this one so I hope you enjoy enjoy it. I want to remind you as always to make sure you're subscribed to piecing it together on your podcast APP choice. You can rate and review us on Apple podcasts. You can follow us on social media. Ah Piecing pod and join the facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces. We got along one coming up. So let's just jump right into it. This is.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"All right to another episode of piecing it together. The podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show we have got a lively one for you guys. We are talking. About Jay and silent Bob Reboot from Kevin Smith. Of course we all love Jay and silent. Oh Bob back in the day and it's been awhile since we've had them in a movie and they're back and this has been a interesting release because it came out just with with a couple of fathom events screenings and now Kevin Smith is taking on a roadshow across the country instead of a regular release or going straight. Vod or anything like that. It's just coming to one city at a time and I'm not sure as I'm recording this where it is in the process of release but wherever it is I would definitely say? Go check it out because especially if you were a fan of the old view USC Universe from Kevin Smith It's definitely something worth watching. Even if the results are a little on the MIC side But with me today we've got to co hosts we've got Joe Black and we've got Adam Wells. The two two of them had previously. Join me on the three from Hell episode and we decided to do it again and we had a great time talking about this one so I hope you enjoy enjoy it. I want to remind you as always to make sure you're subscribed to piecing it together on your podcast APP choice. You can rate and review us on Apple podcasts. You can follow us on social media. Ah Piecing pod and join the facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces. We got along one coming up. So let's just jump right into it. This is.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

24:03 min | 1 year ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"Us but before he had to bring my friend I want to ask you this in an interview with variety Bree Larsen stated that she and all the other major Humanika Media and game source on facebook twitter and Instagram as well when we return we're coming up next with Jason Todd Feinberg with a review of the Amsterdam the pop culture yes votes yet ready for Kitty Ordonez the latest documentary from Rob McCallum thrusted into heavy metal stardom as teenagers with their debut release Kitty has thrashed conquer the heavy metal world for the past twenty years Kitty defied industry norms fought back against women rock stereotypes and inspire generations since they appeared and now for the first time they've decided to share their untold story Jenner asleep covered with archival footage shot by the man this field gives you an honest and rule look at what it takes to survive in the music industry order the DVD BLU ray live CD triple impact features recordings from throughout their twenty year lustrous history from Ron McCallum films Dot Com rob McCallum films dot com your place for awesome stories about awesome people in Films Worth watching then Annette the Internet in it that in it than it you know that song that's the intro for the addams family which debuted this weekend at the box office it brought a lot on the style of back to this of the addams family and here today to talk about his thoughts on the Adams family is my good friend if you haven't checked out his awesome show honey you can do so today you can catch all the back episodes available on pond bean and so many other different podcast outlets also catches awesome group on facebook it is my good friend Mr Jason Todd Feinberg Jason great to have you on this show but the floor is now yours my friend I want to hear your thoughts on the adults family here's the thing Yannis family means into me because growing up as a kid on WBZ channel of New York before it became WB and eventually the CW there was addams family the munsters stooges Batman Sixty six but I'm saying we always stuck with me suppress some reason and then I found that Hanna barbera tried to attempts to make this animates series ahead in the seventies and then they handed them partner up with the new Scooby Doo movie he's and then after the nine these movies came and went Hannah Rivera again tried to make the Saturday morning or tune on ABC only lasted for a year and John Astin who played Gomez back in the sixties requires as role and we when you are lost for Taylor voiced faster and terro chanting someone else we lost a few months ago played granny I don't remember tissue or Wednesday pugsley they don't the actors on sound familiar the show sometimes appeared on morning but when this movie originally came in the nineteen ninety-one with a very sonnenfeld I remember seeing the teaser trailer and it was people in a movie theater and you're watching thirties movie in Manta comedy and this woman telling you know gentleman I don't WanNa be I wanna be Hugo Blah nothing would make me this room and then all of a sudden she and the man turned to the audience any letter scream and it was at everybody theorist and then they went out and then we we kind of do a one evening and find out like who's the audience and it's the APPS family it's set that I run and then the market name for this movie in the ninety s was phenomenal especially when I lived in New York you couldn't drive passed a bill Oh board or gone Manhattan see the advertisements on the buses down in the New York City subway but announcing something advertised the atmosphere will go or seen a giant somebody hand with his thing walking crossing coming soon the movie and it see won't nights petitions people lean I think that Thanksgiving seen mom's family values more especially since thanks giving us because they love their whole Wednesday and Pugsley seemed aca summer camp and doing the you know the Thanksgiving pageant but the first movie it's not like he didn't have its controversy is second one also had its controversy this will be a little bit surprised about because we talked MED shoker couple of weeks go and I find it odd that people were outraged with joker to New People making fun of the mentally ill we're going to get got a controversy with this movie's fault because there is going to be an atmosphere anymore we cater just for you even that you know Tim Curry Down Hair directive video movie but this one I feel I'm going to make a lot going on it did make something you know I think it will make a profit in home video was well what did and made expectations I'll tell you seen this movie in the theater yesterday may be happy because it was a bunch of kids that their parents and yeah it really will get to where we get to it so tell us more Jason about what goes on with this rendition of the adults Valley I will say this much there really was not eddie outreach and is there a plot the trill his bits and pieces I want to give this a spoiler freeze the possible because it's still you know it's only been a couple of days I'm just GonNa talk about like the first five minutes of it does it pretty much you know before the opening credits on the colby pretty much deals a Gomez origin that they're going to get married and they're in some sort of you know Eddie old country they can be in Transylvania foam no they're about to get married and the normals with the torches and pitchforks one about how they somehow get the family car that you know either from Vang's movie or the sixty six thing is there shall thorough also thing now has a wristband that has a I on it so that's how it seems the wears it now Dislike I guess yesterday Dr Rather Anyway the drive to Jersey for home that's where it's creator Charles Adams was born he was born in Westfield New Jersey so people curious why it's New Jersey it's a dedication to him get a dead and so Oh as new home for new home they accidentally wanted to this thing and it turns out it's worth and he has like a straitjacket from me Family Insane and apparently came fungus house on a hill and it becomes a new home is like he rip off the straitjacket for is strangled them and they just hand them luggage going okay thank you boy and that's it so much becomes the bar that that's pretty much it I mean it you know I am the home is just there if you ever seen the annual horror you have the spirits get out and the atoms just like Oh must be grubby has his coffee so we may coffee imporant toilet and the house is okay in mets journals Adams said that he created this one panel comic back in the fifties nearly four satirizing Elliot Twentieth Century Family But etc which people the aristocrats so that was pretty much it if you're a fan of the family member crop they they're all about being different ways that Gomez he he he's very essential and outgoing. Although Julia made him bipolar and away voice at their and character the Skar Isaacs you know from New Star Wars trilogy and he also had a cameo in spite averse these Gomez he's awesome he's not around Julian Porsche nation which is great yes shirley's thereon she's not doing Jellicoe Houston impersonation by mortician still in fleshed out as she supporting wife and mother which is fine censor is faster he likes to bite on light bulbs and the light up grand he is granny she see her you know something she's a witch sometime she's just an essential old lady and you have once impulsivity the kids and punks lucious the short overweight kid likes to pull things up and Wednesday is just the very Dr Parson and the reason why she's called Wednesday is that a dumb research of this there seems to be this old nursery kinda like Salmon Grundy born on a Monday christened on a Tuesday married Wednesday and he died on Sunday and again I go back in the nineties movie that this has Christina Ricci mean Wednesday darkened probing so this Khloe grace rats who she is now the new ones the atoms she saw some she's not doing Christina Ricci and personality and I do love the design on the characters because they are and they saw to the nineteen fifties one panel cartoon from The New Yorker okay now just have a three D. model affect to them but they seem to be based more on the original Charles Adams or two I guess the reason wanted more live action since again because I go back in the nineteen nineties movie very controversial force time you have Lindsey and punchy trying to kill each other one of the most controversial scenes was Wednesday trying to get Pugsley into the electric chair which he she's able to get him into she's going to electrify him and if you know more to show ends up wanting Wednesday throw the switch because they're both begging that they want to work for some reason but parents back then were where each Dan Pugsley is electrified offscreen because a lot of parents complaints they apparently this was in the trail orange was test screened even not happy also if you watch a movie the cold opening era Christmas carolers at the atoms estate and the family is on top of will factor war boiling hot lava onto the Christmas carolers that outraged has screen audiences and in the sequel Wednesday and Pugsley WanNa kill the new born baby this one the kind of wound down the berry son of failed violence the one thing I will give away is at Wednesday does knock Pugsley overhead shoveled charter bury him alive and the way that she says she's going to news 'cause she says she loves him pupils dilated little she's definitely darker this is probably the garth estate she's actually topped Christina Ricci that not that Christine which he was horrible but Greece Koi Marantz is been around since I think the movie kick-ass it didn't use on some kick ass as well I mean she's been around for a while but she's definitely so nice little past orch publicly has been fleshed out a little bit too but he's story is actually important to eat a story I don't want to give away too much repulsively but they and we have given this character a little more to do he's always that he like a punching bag in previous versions of the atoms family's always been like someone that Wednesday wants to electrify electric chair or trying to stab with an axe bester however unlike the nineteen ninety version where he was the main word of both addams family announced and values presently festivals in the background most of this movie we don't get to see what the Christopher Lloyd that he's not really stealing scenes and that's the problem with this is an animated movie so other than grace anymore red school with a really doing a good job playing this Dr Endeavour Wednesday addams who wants to there is a Gomez and a mortician Wednesday and Pugsley Fester catered for you for me the best way to describe it it's a good rainy day Saturday afternoon movie that that's pretty much it as always so looking forward to win you pop on again later this month to talk about your list of the top ten horror flicks to watch this halloween my friend always good to have your part of the pop culture goes loss if you need your video game fix be sure to check out Retro City Games located in Town Square on Las Vegas Boulevard or in Henderson Nevada Retro City.

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"bob reboot" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"bob reboot" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"What ape forces in the comic books is all female vendors force which I you know we saw a taste of in a vendor's game there was that one scene they have the gauntlet seen that and I remember at the time in our one of our actually our most popular episodes the eventers INC game sports or cast we all signed it that it was there I know it's a seeing that quite simply similar to the Joss Weeden avengers round outs seen as well that one is kind of forced to but a lot of people enjoy that I enjoy that scene I also enjoyed the scene however forced her maybe inorganic that some may feel this I still think was needed I still think it was warranted because the inspiration that it derives from and that also the inspiration that gives to young women ladies out there and to to the entire female audience of what it can do and how substantial part female Marvel superheroes COMPLA- in the marvel cinematic universe so I want to hear your thoughts my friend on a possible a forced movie coming in maybe what probably say phase five of the Marble Simak universe okay I know this is always a a and I know we again we discuss this in our spoiler cast and I said Okay it was something that did not look organic okay I give you that this organic but again it's similar to what we saw with the avengers spin around in the the vendors okay that wasn't exactly the most Ganic thing in the world either but it's served its purpose this also serves purpose and I think it provides inspiration like for instance to my girls I've got an eleven thirteen year old girls and they really were inspired by this and they saw as an opportunity to be more excited about the all semesters which can never be a bad thing I get that I totally get that to me it just it feels like they're not going to be able to do a movie like that unless they go the route of like Captain Marvel it doesn't feel like it's going to be not without a political or social you'll agenda you know I'm I'm all for having a movie like that but I don't think that they can do it without pushing an agenda on people like if they were able to do that just make it a superhero flick. Yeah that'd be Rad but I feel like there's going to be too much going on there and as for the scene vendors yeah I know we disagreed on on whether or not it was necessary I'm glad that people are inspired by it the idea of a force movie like Brie Larson is she's very political you know that's why she way if you look at the interviews that she has with Chris Hemsworth and Jeremy Renner like she get super political in those interviews and even like her co stars look at her like that's not what any of this is about so if the movie can be made without an agenda without a social agenda without putting down people like yeah go ahead and make it but I don't think with Brie Larson involved in it's going to have something isolating in it and I don't think that that's something that needs to happen because look black widow has been kicking butt in these adventure movies for years like I was okay having Captain Marvel in the avengers like she's the day is X. Makia Wright like she's the literary device where somebody shows up to help our heroes APP impossible odds in the movie goes on so that was a lot but that was fine but I would be okay with the movie like a horse if it didn't serve a social agenda I guess that makes sense I can understand.

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'Jay And Silent Bob Reboot' Set To Start Filming This Summer

The Von Haessler Doctrine

01:21 min | 2 years ago

'Jay And Silent Bob Reboot' Set To Start Filming This Summer

"Out to reps for both rappers for additional comment but one source told us that it was all simply a joke real though nice the nice jay and silent bob film will be called jay and silent bob rebuked but it's not going to be a traditional reboot bill make kevin smith told the crowd during a fat man or batman live cuny this month smith said the new film will again follow jay and silent bob across country as they try to stop hollywood from making a reboot of the film they originally in jay and silent bob strikes back it's literally the same bleeping movie the first time more it does recycling this and they're honest about it it's going to know exactly what they're getting out of it we have a couple of tastes tv reminders for today america's got talent is thirteen season premiere that's tonight on nbc we also have love connection on fox for the second season we also have the third season premiere of queens sugar on so find out more about this y'all more about this and more on mytalk one seven one duck pat thank you for the update honey dirt alert updates at the top of every hour plus get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty and now jason and alexis in the.

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