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"bosch amazons" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

07:07 min | 11 months ago

"bosch amazons" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Yeah thank. You checked out the first episode of our lady parts on peacock and found it to be quite. It is funny that there are two series on peacock about like women forming bands. and they're. they're both comedies. And they're both extremely different in terms of tone in terms of casting in terms of style and so it's kind of a just an interesting case. Study in how you can take a somewhat similar plot and like make these extremely divergent shows that are both very funny and endearing in their own way so i really enjoyed the episode of our lady parts. I'm gonna try to keep going and also had a chance to check out. Love death and robots on netflix. It's a series of Short films and i watched the my favorite ones or not my favorite ones. I watched Ones the ones that he recommended. And i quite enjoyed it. So thanks for the recommendations. Of gra and i really appreciate you kind of steering me in the right direction of what was good to check out. So yeah okay. Got anything for family dave. Thanks so those are a few things. I've been watching. I've also been watching a couple of things that you guys have watching. But why don't you hit us up with a one of the things you've been watching. Well let me see your. I've been watching the final season of bosch amazon. Prime videos. bosch the show that i feel like whenever i talk about it i feel like i'm just talking to nobody. Apparently is incredibly popular. You're talking to your father in law. He said yeah. I've never met another person who also watches bosch. Unless they're people i've convinced to watch bosch so it's bash high of over here. This is the final season of the show but bosch has a has a case to solve. You know he's got some family shit to deal with. I think overall this is a season that feels very strange. Because they knew going in that this would be the final season the show and i think i think it's pretty solid like i will eat up like any. You put any bosch episodes in front of me. I watched my screeners. I think within two or three days. I never do that guys. This is a ten episode hourlong episode series. So it takes a while. But yeah i did it because i love these characters. I love them so much but season they knew going in that this would be last season. I believe along the way a spin off series was announced for imdb tv which is the other streaming service amazon owns. That apparently is doing really. Well it's like ad-supported videos. It's free but you gotta watch ads So i won't say too much about this ending but it is weird to me how the show basically is just like well see you all on the next show bausch and another network let us not wrap up any story lines too neatly here. Are you coming with me. You side character. I really enjoy yeah. You're with me this other thoroughly enjoy. We're going to go and it's like they did. They pulled announcing baywatch nights at the nfc watch basically. I think i'm going to be a private investigator at night. Now it's like bausch. I think it's a. It's a decencies knitted rounds up like Some plotlines that were going on from the previous seasons. I think everybody should watch bosch. If you missed like a good cop drama especially now when it's like cop media doesn't doesn't feel particularly great. I still feel like there is still some enjoyment to be had with bosch and what they're doing He is very wants to syria. Typical guy who's trying to be a good cop but also the win. The chief is always yelling at but it is so pulpy. It is like reading. You know a- daschle hammett novel or something like it feels very pulpy in that way and i just really enjoy that stuff so i still find it really enjoyable. Even if bosh is like running at a lower gear. It's still bosh neyla bosh amazon's bosch all right that's bosh seasons seven and it's streaming right now i'm prime video of your heart or or what else are we watching. I blew through the entire season of starstruck this new show on hbo. Max i've heard people talking about it. It is about a A millennial not a script girl but millennial girl who doesn't have any particular direction life but she's doing fine play by rosemead Who's a stand up comedian In real life. She's a girl twenty something girl. She has a one night. Stand with a guy who's basically tom cruise. You know we're like on some level. Absolutely tom cruise that his name is tom in the show. Dave confidence a guy played by case patel. Who is very famous. She does not know. He's very famous even though she works in theatre but yeah she does not realize he's. He's very famous and this series is basically they're bumbling attempts to have a relationship I love this show. It is very funny. It is very sweet. It is very realistic. In terms of like how twentysomethings and thirtysomethings may try to date each other or try to communicate with each other just like two people trying to relationships. I just find a lot of their conversations. Really interesting a. It reminded me nuts too much about how the show goes down. There reminds me a lot of the before series of films. richard linklater's films because each episode takes place in a different season. So we see these characters in different places and different you know time so there are like big they're big jumps on like what's going on their lives and things but they keep like having this connection. I find that all really intriguing is very funny. I think rosemont to oh is hilarious. I love her so much she is. She is going to be a star in something very soon. I love all the characters in the show. Everyone's really funny ever very well realized i think like is just very real in terms of how it deals with people who are maybe not the most emotionally mature trying to have a relationship when their entire lives around like being very noncommittal about anything. But i know you guys saw some of the show. What did y'all think you texted us about it. i my wife. And i sat down in the first episode and then binged all the rest. There's only sticks episodes. yeah we already minute episodes. Yeah yeah you watch the whole thing under two hours basically. Yeah we watched all in the night and it was everything you said. I completely agree with. She's a star in the making as you said she's desperate full she's charming. She is hilarious. I love her delivery you just by her a hundred percent. There is a sequence at the beginning of episode two. Were all completely falling in love with this girl you will because she just like is listening to an eighty song and dancing down the street it. She's in one hundred ten percent. It's great this show is a delight it you know. Obviously it's very notting hill..

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"bosch amazons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"bosch amazons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is the Mo Kelly Show Jackie Pin Yola is back as a real morale is the mother of Miles Morales in Marvel Spider Man Miles Morales Video game. The budding superhero is still developing his spider like skills and hopes to help New York City. Like his mentor, Peter Parker. That's in addition to where you may have seen Jackie Pin, you'll as part of Bosch Amazons original Syriza where she plays Detective Julie Espinosa. I am so pleased to be joined by a zoom right now on the program By Miss Jackie Pin. You'll Jackie, How are you doing today? Hi. I'm doing very well. Thank you. Well, how familiar were you with the character of Miles Morales prior to birthing him. If you will, in a video game sense E love that. That's a very well pick question. I was not familiar with him at all. I have to be honest. And you know, I'm I'm was busy becoming a mom for the first time when this opportunity came to audition for the role So I didn't even have the time. To research the character of miles. But the script itself was also given to me is such a secretive manner that I didn't even know that it was the miles. Morale is for The game. Spider Man? Yeah, they're pretty secretive about stuff like that. Yes. So everything was just on a need to know basis Step at a time. So when I got the script to me, it was just a rich and as as powerful as any other movie or are, you know TV script that you get with a wonderful character. This Ark. And I was just Excited to give it my best to bring real to life when you looked into real and you looked into miles, and you learned about both their characters did you find anything in common? What I mean by that is Miles Morales is multi ethnic. He's multi lingual. He is living in a world which is very different, arguably from the Peter Parker tradition of Spider Man, and I know you speak multiple languages and you move in and out of worlds. As they say. Did you find any commonality between your world and Miles? Morales is world Yeah, I think in my real life because I think that there was I didn't feel like I had to stretch the imagination. I felt more like I had to open up and let my true self be seen and be vulnerable to the part of me. That was a mom that would protect her son against anything, no matter what, Even if I couldn't beat some bad guys or obstacles I would try or die trying So when it came to that, I feel like it's so universal and that it didn't matter. Uh, you know that I am life. Also being multi lingual and multi like ethnic being Latina. Um, I just felt like It was a part of me to be Rio. You know, she was written just so grounded. So real, like just a struggling mom also overcoming loss from her husband there. There's so many moms and women in her shoes today that that's what I really loved about the weight she was written. Think insomnia games in the writing team really put a lot of time and effort into writing real people that are still heroes, you know, and I love that. I just love how it Connected with me on a personal level, and I didn't have to imagine myself in a fantasy world. So tell me how cool are you according to your kids. Seeing as how you were in a video game and video games are pretty a popular amongst the younger generation. Do they find you a school right about now? Well, okay, So I have one son who's 4.5. And at first, I thought, Oh, he's not even gonna know the difference. So When this game came out, you know that the video also he watches a lot of music videos. He loves music, and I'll tell you I was in the kitchen and I hear the song by Jaden Smith, which is the title song. You know, I'm ready for the game and I turn around and my husband goes. Oh my gosh, It's U S. So I run to the living room and I see my image. My son goes and no, my husband said Look, it's money and he goes. It's spite around. Yeah, and it was just like Mommy, like, did not matter. It was just an any time The game is on or even if we want to show Look, it's mom. He's like, Yeah. Money. Look, it's Spider man. Mommy doesn't count. Okay, so that makes your name quite cool yet. I'm not quite sure yet. You know he's all that Spider man any time he wants to watch the music video, he says. That's what Spider Man much better. It's never lets Watch Mommy in the big Now. Now he is just you know such a boy, but it's very cute. And I love it because, you know, excuse me grounded in it. I am just for me. E wanted use that as an opening because I know that they're such different disciplines being an on camera on screen actor in a conventional, in traditional sense, as you are with as Detective Julie Espinosa on the Amazon original Serious Bosch. As opposed to doing a voice or character actor for a video game or an animation character. How would you compare and contrast the responsibilities in both? I think from my experience when I have done live action video games where its motion capture and then you're recording the voice off, there were audio gets recorded. When we're filming the scenes on stage. They still have to bring us into a studio and record it clean, you know, just to cover basis and have every aspect of it separately. So they have control over the character as they're building it. And it's really hard. Not impossible, obviously, but it was so hard to do. One day I'm on stage living the scene full on and in in my all the cameras are on me like on my body, each one each one of the actresses doing Our own scene, And then two weeks later, too, are a month later, you might be going to the studio to record the dialogue again. So now you have to recall where you were emotionally..

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