35 Burst results for "Both Movies"

Liberals, Especially in New York City, Don't Learn From Their First Life

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 4 hrs ago

Liberals, Especially in New York City, Don't Learn From Their First Life

"Many times You know, with some stunning about liberals, Is it the Bernard Malam? Unquote reminds me of it all the time. You ever read the book, the natural you should. It's very different than the movie. You know, the Robert read from very different matter of fact. Totally different. Jobs isn't such a good guy. In the in the book. But there's a great line in the book where the girlfriend says the Roy Hobbs, You know, we all live two lives, the one we learn from and the one we live after that, what I always find really. I opening about that quote is that liberals never live that second life. They never get to the second life because they never learned from the first one. Whether it's the New York City mayoral primary going on today, where they're going to determine who the next mayor is, If you know, it's very difficult for Republican to win so typically Don't want to forfeit the race. Of course in order. I want to incentivize anyone else to but typically the winner of the Democrat mayor. Primary winds up being the next mayor. The mayoral primary is today on the Republican and Democrat side. It's amazing how, but we know what worked in the Giuliani years, right? Aggressive on crime, pulling illegal guns off the street, breaking up gang violence. We know what works and they're doing it in reverse, saying we don't like what works. We never lived that first life. We never learned from it. So we're going to revert back and never get to the second life where things are better because we didn't learn anything from the first it's happening again with welfare. Folks, This is an important topic. It's not a

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Amc Theatres Offering All You Can Eat Popcorn During Cinema Week

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

01:04 min | 7 hrs ago

Amc Theatres Offering All You Can Eat Popcorn During Cinema Week

"In popcorn at the movies, and starting today, fans can eat all they want for free after they buy the first box. Of course, AMC is kicking out the first ever cinema week by giving away unlimited popcorn refills. It's one of several promotions being offered nationwide. His way to lure people back to theatre Cinema Week runs through Sunday and could they debuted the latest movie and the fast and furious franchise Popcorn offer ends Wednesday. By the way. I wonder FBI. What's that? I was going to say, I wonder how this is going to go because now with the pandemic happening, you see the streaming services, Uh, you know, like Disney has posted movies on their streaming service, as opposed to putting them in theaters. Right, And I wonder if this is going to keep people away from the theaters in the long run. And if AMC and other companies are going to have to start giving away even more to try and lower people back, like maybe a buy one ticket, get another one free down the road or something. Um, you know, I wonder what impact that's going to have, if it's free will take to you know what? South girls, you know, stage

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Stupid Money (MM #3744)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Stupid Money (MM #3744)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I talked before about how I've been a collector, most of my life, it could be silly things campaign buttons. One of my first collection home product teams that used to sit on my soffit for many years now sitting in a storage area. Plus, I've got my artwork collection, I've got a collection of a wide variety of things, and at times, I've spent, when I call Stupid Money on things, I once paid $20 for a plastic cup. When I was in college, it goes back to 1979 when you could buy a different colored cup for about a buck and I paid $20 for a different kind of cut because you couldn't buy it anymore. I've been doing stupid things for a long time like that, I don't do age as much anymore as I used to, but there have been things, I've spent stupid money on, but when I look at people with real stupid money, it just kinda makes me shake. My head, just saw a story online. The other day about somebody, bought one of the Fast and Furious cars from the Lake. Charles Walker a Toyota Supra that he used in one of the movies and they spent over a half a million dollars for it. When you've got that kind of money, you do stupid things with it. I don't spend the money. I used to not because I don't have it just because it's not the right feel. I think, you know what I mean? Dead.

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Stupid Money (MM #3744)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Stupid Money (MM #3744)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I talked before about how I've been a collector, most of my life, it could be silly things campaign buttons. One of my first collection home product teams that used to sit on my soffit for many years now sitting in a storage area. Plus, I've got my artwork collection, I've got a collection of a wide variety of things, and at times, I've spent, when I call Stupid Money on things, I once paid $20 for a plastic cup. When I was in college, it goes back to 1979 when you could buy a different colored cup for about a buck and I paid $20 for a different kind of cut because you couldn't buy it anymore. I've been doing stupid things for a long time like that, I don't do age as much anymore as I used to, but there have been things, I've spent stupid money on, but when I look at people with real stupid money, it just kinda makes me shake. My head, just saw a story online. The other day about somebody, bought one of the Fast and Furious cars from the Lake. Charles Walker a Toyota Supra that he used in one of the movies and they spent over a half a million dollars for it. When you've got that kind of money, you do stupid things with it. I don't spend the money. I used to not because I don't have it just because it's not the right feel. I think, you know what I mean? Dead.

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Stupid Money (MM #3744)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Stupid Money (MM #3744)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I talked before about how I've been a collector, most of my life, it could be silly things campaign buttons. One of my first collection home product teams that used to sit on my soffit for many years now sitting in a storage area. Plus, I've got my artwork collection, I've got a collection of a wide variety of things, and at times, I've spent, when I call Stupid Money on things, I once paid $20 for a plastic cup. When I was in college, it goes back to 1979 when you could buy a different colored cup for about a buck and I paid $20 for a different kind of cut because you couldn't buy it anymore. I've been doing stupid things for a long time like that, I don't do age as much anymore as I used to, but there have been things, I've spent stupid money on, but when I look at people with real stupid money, it just kinda makes me shake. My head, just saw a story online. The other day about somebody, bought one of the Fast and Furious cars from the Lake. Charles Walker a Toyota Supra that he used in one of the movies and they spent over a half a million dollars for it. When you've got that kind of money, you do stupid things with it. I don't spend the money. I used to not because I don't have it just because it's not the right feel. I think, you know what I mean? Dead.

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What are Stars?

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

02:00 min | 16 hrs ago

What are Stars?

"Are a lot of stars in the universe. There are a lot of stars in the universe and there are a lot of different kinds of stars and this is one of those really cool fields because the naming conventions for is what we call them predates are like actual understanding of stars. We started calling this and we started. Call them that and then later we realized. Oh that's not actually a star or this is really to stars or something so it's fun when like the naming conventions predate your actual understanding. Oh i see. Is it like being a twitter star or a. That's not quite the same as being a movie star turns out. that's not exactly bankable. Yeah yeah but stars are something we've been studying for. You know literally forever. Since we looked up at the sky wondered like what are those things out there in this guy and then later realizing they were like our sun and then realizing there are lots of different kinds of stars very very different from our son. Yeah i guess you know. The definition probably started when we looked up at the night sky. You bright shiny things and you know that's what we thought were stars like you know the pinpoints in the night sky and it takes a real leap to understand that those are like actually super duper massive and far away right that they appear to be so tiny only because they are so distant and the fact that there's so distant yeah we can still see them means they must be almost impossibly bright right and then we figured out that some of them are glowing in the night sky are actually planet so those are definitely not stars but there is sort of a wide variety of types of stars out there in the universe right. There is the kind that are burning. And there's the kind that is just simmering there and then there are the kinds of dirtiest sitting there right and glowing out of their own kind of restlessness right. Yeah well we had a whole fund podcast episode about the weirdest kinds of stars and in that episode i define stars to be things that have fusion inside them to prevent them from collapsing. And you pointed out well a lot of the things we were calling stars neutron stars and white doors. Don't have going on inside. They are still just really hot will because they are leftovers from something that used to be burning but they're not actually burning anymore even if they're still glowing

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Tribeca Film Festival 2021 Wrap-up Feat I Carry You With Me

Why Watch That Radio

02:05 min | 1 d ago

Tribeca Film Festival 2021 Wrap-up Feat I Carry You With Me

"Critic. What i carry you with me. Oh no that's the name of the movie we're gonna be reviewing don't it djabel. Komiya a may know me go see. Now here's the deal. This is peak. We got a chance to check it out. We being the critic and this is going to come to us in the question is are you really going to go out and you know i don't know but let let us tell you about it and you can make a decision for yourself. Heidi ewing wrote it and she directed at with alan page and it is. I have a feeling a movie that we're going to have to be looking at the bottom of our screen and keeping up you know Meaning subtitles so why reviewing this tell us about it and are we going out now. Well we're reviewing it. Because i got to see this at af. I fast last year new. So now it's time to do the full on review and you know we'll we'll get down to the business of this rather quickly everybody. So here's what's happening in this movie. It's really two distinct time periods. They're separated by many years. And you'll see what that means when you watch this. So there are two main characters yvonne and geraldo and these two are living in mexico and yvonne. He has a young child He has an axe who has the child with wise at the case. Why they together. He's a wonderful father but he comes to meet route dope and heraldo catches his eye. Yes they fall in love now. This is a problem. This is in the ninety s in mexico now. Ronaldo is more out open friends with all kinds of people free on the streets. Is that

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Fireballs From Easter Island?

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

02:15 min | 1 d ago

Fireballs From Easter Island?

"A very strange thing happened to be one night. As i was driving down the highway about ten. Pm at night suddenly. I saw a big flash of light employing my car in the side of the road. I noticed a large stationary glowing ball of fire on the side of the highway. I couldn't figure out what was going on and realized it was an a cu les or a flying god a ball of fire. I couldn't believe my eyes terrified. I examined the ball and saw that there was something inside of it. It appeared to be moving all directions and when it saw me amid emotion with it quote unquote it. Wanted me to come closer. I took out my cane from the side of my car seat just in case ahead to defend myself and approached so right there. He kind of defies horror movie advice in got the scary creature like community. Talk to you. And he's like okay. Let me give my cane. Let me get my cane. That's that's that's what we're calling him chuck for right now so my people shit you know defending yourself from a ball of fire with a came. Anyway continues as i approached the thing inside. I realized it was a living being it. Looked like a mall or a naked lizard and had arms and hands suddenly. I didn't feel threatened of the fireball. Or the person within it. As it gave off a feeling of warmth. And love as i watched it walked right out of the fireball and came towards me. It came up to me in a very deep voice. Said bra you can tell me how to get to kina. 'cause i've being traveling for a hell of a long time maybe a thousand years and i'm so hungry for poet colorado and so what i love is y'all this being at this creature thousand years old and he's asking for directions and he's hungry. He's like Can you tell me where. I'm at some like okay. So i'm continuing that being said he was. He said he was from the long. Lost tribe of the easter islands carved erected the images of long years and stuff. I was so. That's actually what he wrote. And i'm like i'm going to look at these sivas long ears. Those are easter rabbits island. He's cope so us.

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How To Get The Raise You Deserve, Without Costing You Your Job (In A Pandemic!)

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:28 min | 1 d ago

How To Get The Raise You Deserve, Without Costing You Your Job (In A Pandemic!)

"Week. we got an email with the subject line. I need a raise exclamation boy. And i am here for that exclamation the email said. How do i go about asking for a raise without jeopardising losing my job or causing bad blood between me and my employer. The person who wrote this email didn't sign their name. So i'm gonna assume they wanna stay anonymous then that's totally cool. I'll just call them. John so dear john. You need a raise. Don't we all join the glove. Here's something i've learned time and again throughout the course of my career. It is extremely rare. We are talking ufo citing rare for a raise to be handed to you so many people especially young people. Tell me that they expected when they made it in the real world that they'd be working for a company that guarantees and x percent raise every single year. Where did this idea come from. I don't remember seeing a raise. Ferry in any of the disney movies. I grew up on so does the does not happen. Especially not today in the world of startups where the grind is so so more than likely if you want a raise if you deserve a raise and be really really really honest if were the boss. Would you give you a raise. You're going to have to ask for one and a lot of us. Have the very same worries that john wrote about in his email. We get anxious about whether or not asking for raises going to make us seem ungrateful or hurt. Our relationship with our boss and because of how unemployment has skyrocketed this year. If you have a job you also have an intense desire to keep it. And i get that i've been there. I have asked for raises at gotten both nose and yeses to here are the five tried and true tips. That have worked for me. I set yourself up for success. Think really carefully about the best time to approach your boss. Five thirty pm on a crazy busy monday. Probably not the best time at five thirty pm on a summer. Friday hard no the same day. Your boss has a one on one meeting with your ceo about budgets. Yup steer clear of that time to actually steer clear of any day. Your boss has a budget meeting even if a budget meeting goes perfectly. They're still really buccaneer stressful. So instead shoot for a time that you know your boss is going to be in a good mood or the chances are pretty likely that they'll be in a good

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Kevin Hart Talks About His New Children's Book 'Marcus Makes a Movie'

All Things Considered

02:09 min | 1 d ago

Kevin Hart Talks About His New Children's Book 'Marcus Makes a Movie'

"Know Kevin Hart as a comedian who stand up shows fill stadiums around the country as an actor and producer whose films like Jumanji filled the theaters and as a pitchman starring in commercials on 24 7. And now one of the hardest working man in show biz has another title to add to his resume. Kids BOOK author with this new title aimed at the middle school set. It's called Marcus makes a movie and Kevin Hart is with us now to tell us more about it, Mr Hart. Welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. Well, thank you for having me again. Excited to be here. Well, you talk about your kids a lot. I mean, you have four. So why this book for this age group? What was the inspiration? Um, I think the most important reason for me is that I'm in a position now in my life. Life in my career where you want to make sure that you are doing your part and giving back and and providing information and You know the story of markets and markets the journey towards making a movie. It's all fill of self belief. And you know, when you're talking about this younger generation, I think that that's something that we need to make sure that these kids really have just self awareness and understanding of what they truly are capable of. Putting their mind to anything. They can achieve it and just win right and become the best versions of themselves possible. Was was this your quarantine project? It was before I started it before. So I've been working on this for quite some time. Of course. It bled into the quarantine period because we were shut down for a while. Well, how did you manage it? For somebody As restless as you are, who works all the time Did were you going crazy? It was a gift and a curse. You know, I mean, Covid was real people lost lives because of it, And you know, we had to take it serious, but put me in a position to really spend time with my family and and be present in ways. That I wasn't in the past, and I needed that I needed to to be home. I needed to be my wife and kids, and I needed to to have that time And it was one of the first times I got to relax and just Be

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Kevin Hart's 'Fatherhood' Coming to Netflix This June

GSMC Movie Podcast

01:31 min | 3 d ago

Kevin Hart's 'Fatherhood' Coming to Netflix This June

"In the last segment. I just finished talking about the newly released from. Kevin hart fatherhood which just happens to be making. Its release. on father's day weekend this film will be released on netflix. June eighteenth and it tells the real life story of matthew lauglin who loses his wife liz shortly after the birth of his daughter and he must balance dealing with the loss of his wife providing for his daughter and providing for his daughter in more than just having a job in providing a certain level of care. This film has many layers to it and provides kevin hart with the opportunity to show off of more dramatic side of his acting talents. The book it is based off of is called to kisses for maddy a memoir of loss and love. And if all that isn't enough this film is produced by the obamas. One of the production companies involved in making this film reality is higher ground production. Which is the company. That was started by former president obama and first lady michelle obama in two thousand eighteen. This movie fatherhood will actually serve as higher ground productions first feature length film as to this point. They had mostly been focused on documentaries including american factory as well as the documentary becoming which took a look at michelle obama's heritage so whatever your political stances. If you're making a film that is backed by a former president. You are probably doing something right and once again. That film is fatherhood. Starring kevin hart and it will be making its debut on net flicks. Friday june

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Good Game (MM #3741)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Good Game (MM #3741)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, my wife and I were watching one of our favorite movies, the other night for about the millionth time, Dazed and Confused and one of the scenes that I watched, again, a million times just kind of made me chuckle the other night, and it made me reflect back to my younger days. Sadly, yes. In the nineteen, seventies. And it was when Mitch Kramer the young guy with the long hair, the freshmen who was the baseball pitcher. And as above you paddled and on his way out the gates they all have to stop and shake hands with the other team. It's kind of one of those traditions. We did when we were growing up, whether in my case Major League Baseball or basketball or whatever it was, you always had to stop and shake hands at the end and say, good game shows. They're walking across the line. You kind of see it, throwing a good game, good game, good game, good game, you know, none of them want to do it. And, you know, it's supposed to be teaching them sportsmanship. But in reality. Does it really you go through the line? Nobody means that nobody cares and it means nothing, but it just kind of made me chuckle, because I did it thousands of times. Again, whether playing baseball or basketball, and those were the two sports I played. And I'm sure they did it in football too. And in soccer and well, it just kind of made me chuckle, good game.

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Good Game (MM #3741)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Good Game (MM #3741)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, my wife and I were watching one of our favorite movies, the other night for about the millionth time, Dazed and Confused and one of the scenes that I watched, again, a million times just kind of made me chuckle the other night, and it made me reflect back to my younger days. Sadly, yes. In the nineteen, seventies. And it was when Mitch Kramer the young guy with the long hair, the freshmen who was the baseball pitcher. And as above you paddled and on his way out the gates they all have to stop and shake hands with the other team. It's kind of one of those traditions. We did when we were growing up, whether in my case Major League Baseball or basketball or whatever it was, you always had to stop and shake hands at the end and say, good game shows. They're walking across the line. You kind of see it, throwing a good game, good game, good game, good game, you know, none of them want to do it. And, you know, it's supposed to be teaching them sportsmanship. But in reality. Does it really you go through the line? Nobody means that nobody cares and it means nothing, but it just kind of made me chuckle, because I did it thousands of times. Again, whether playing baseball or basketball, and those were the two sports I played. And I'm sure they did it in football too. And in soccer and well, it just kind of made me chuckle, good game.

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The Official Witch of Los Angeles

Ghost Town

02:00 min | 4 d ago

The Official Witch of Los Angeles

"In. Nineteen sixty eight. Los angeles had its own official. Witch lewis. Hubner was born in new york in nineteen thirty. She was a psychic by the age of ten. They always are. She learned witchcraft from her grandmother. And her mother who were also witches. She was a hereditary. Which i guess is what the people kind of get a lot of people see things early on and then a lot of people's generational practice. I think it was not so much that she was working at a pottery barn and then decided i think would be a witch. You know we will do that with like. I think i'm just gonna be life coach crystal and i'm unemployed. Young mean do this. Let's do this. Yeah she seemed to have a long history with that. She was a sixth generation. Which and a third generation astrologer. I mean that's a pretty nice pedigree. She moved to la with her illustrator husband. Mentor hubner Just weird name mentor mentor. sleep ner he's illustrator and he's pretty successful. I that you worked on king kong. The nineteen seventy six king kong blade runner like a successful illustrator and working in in movies. I thought his name he was going to be some kind of. I don't know some kind of like a cult leader. But now just a working louise hubner. She became the staff witch on l. a.'s k. l. a. c. amazingly to station in late nineteen sixties and. This is kind of a running theme but nine hundred sixty s late nineteen sixties early nineteen seventy s. Perfect for all your resume your witchcraft. Your your wiccan. You're satanic panic. It's a really really great type not not categorizing it like that but that was a time where like that ran really

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'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#2)' ft. Combat Sports Insider Clubber D (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #19)

Ball & Buds

03:33 min | 4 d ago

'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#2)' ft. Combat Sports Insider Clubber D (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #19)

"I thought he was doing punch machine at all the bars or something like that. Other that whack-a-mole jabs not as is supposed to be referral like that. But anyways i mean give credit he trained with the charles brothers for this fi and those guys no joke down in That dallas fort worth area. You know david earl spirits. You know what i'm saying. They they were gonna call me off for training and booking podcast all connected roll through. Yeah man floyd floyd is the money man. Alright we talked about it and you don. I'm saying i sleep yearbook okay. I had to go to work the next day. Risley flying out of town. You know what i'm saying. 'cause you know on what took care of me but ain't got us looking at this on sunday. You know you think this is wrestlemainia. Something data world rebel. You know this. Sunday pay view wrestling can do it against boston can do it too. I mean none of that idea but moving forward. I don't know if more people will do it on sundays. People like to get wild and crazy. And i know dan boston's the next day. So they neither you know at least have an earlier. They do each having a little earlier. Maybe a six o'clock start time. You know saying but you know when you got to interim songs by a migos in whoever desi do was you know you gotta be. I guess you gotta be enough of that. So yeah forget about those bs fights. All the sites are really. Be as all these exhibitions. Just to make money for me. Whether looking paul the chad johnson bryan maxwell whatever. They're all just bs fights to make money so it doesn't really matter of money is made up anyways so that's another subject for another day and give me all the low down on your trip so after you left miami we sent you to arizona for ufc to sixty three so please sir tell me all about that event and how it was. I heard that you had an amazing time. And you were hanging out with some big wigs down there. Tell me about this all right back. We will see okay. You fool me all the way up to arizona stop. You know what i'm saying. I thought see suns game. They they handled business in denver. So i'm hanging out here with justin bieber in traded truth your summer celebrities there. You know our at intel justice. You know what i'm saying girl. She bill drink my shoes against we a problem Yearbook but anyways you know appreciate you senator out here But a move forward. I don't do a economy. You know what i'm saying. I need ba first. Class business class. So that whole back of the plane that for me but We'll we'll talk about that later. When when we speak offline but anyways this you'll see card was phenomenal. It was great it had no seats and all on how late it was. You know what. I'm saying the after party but it is what it is always the first fight. We had paul crank from scotland guy was he. He'll i drew mcintyre cousin. Coming out here. you know what i'm saying. It was this was like a mel gibson in braveheart came out with a with the pain on the way in him and into mel hill. Where we're going back to back talking junk to each other last night. We had a mobile silence. Of course wyman

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How Labour & Delivery are Portrayed in Movies vs. Reality

The Mom Room

01:19 min | 5 d ago

How Labour & Delivery are Portrayed in Movies vs. Reality

"We'll talk a little bit about why. This is kind of a problem when it comes to how we expect our labor and delivery's to go so i was brainstorming about this a little bit and what i think happens. Is we see all these labor and delivery Situations play out on tv and then it kind of shapes our expectations for what were going to experience when we get pregnant and then at the same time. We're watching all these things on tv and in movies and nobody in real life is talking about their actual experiences and what they went through and the struggles that they faced to kind of normalize. What actually happens. So were more focused and our expectations are more so aligned with what we see on tv and even if it's reality tv which is usually a better depiction obviously still edited and they leave so much out and people are not usually one hundred percent honest with what's going on so even that can set us up for false or unrealistic

E3 2021: A Look at Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

This Week In Video Games

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

E3 2021: A Look at Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

"Montreal revealed its next project and it's huge. It's marvel's guardians of the galaxy. So you play a stalled. As i third person single player adventure strong narrative. And it's the studios own take on guardians of the galaxy rather than being anything based on the mcu movies or in square in other game. Marvel's avengers everyone's going to experience. The same beginning and end with the game is going to offer various decision based variations. They also going to come on the other guardians and combat at the touch with butts in calling on specific moves from damore groot rocket or

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The Science of Learning a Second Language

Short Wave

01:57 min | 6 d ago

The Science of Learning a Second Language

"All right emily kwong today. We are talking about the science of learning second language because you are learning mandarin chinese which like as far as a pandemic hobby goes more power to more bart. Right for real. Though it is a hard language to learn. Language itself actually is an incredible ability. If you think about it that we humans have it involves many parts of the brain and the study of language spans across many different disciplines. So bilingual's studied in at least three different fields linguistics psychology and cognitive neuroscience. Sarah phillips is a phd student in the linguistics department at new york university. And exactly the person. I wanted to call up to talk about language learning who. Yeah i remember sarah from our episode on six hundred like how the brain responds to sentences with confusing grammar or syntax. Yeah brains and language are hurt. Jam met in korea while her father was serving in the marine corps and they raised her bilingual here in the us. Learning korean was very important to be able to communicate with my mom's side. They family and the same way that growing up speaking african american english was very important in being able to communicate and be a part of my dad's family. She's got a really interesting backstory. And i told her about my project about taking mandarin class for two hours every monday flash cards on the other nights watching movies. I can't understand and listen to us. Someone who is engaging in learning a second language thereby uses another language on a pretty regular basis that means you're a developing bilingual so in essence you are via lingual by by you know we probably exactly if maybe maybe maybe as an alternative to be bilingual. Maybe we should think of. This is developing bilingual.

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"both movies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Alex deal in full swing on over each and every week at this time tapping into our Bloomberg intelligence analyst coming some two thousand companies and one hundred thirty industries worldwide I'm gonna continue our focus on Microsoft take a look at the credit angle they have so much cash they need to actually raise any more they do that let's welcome now Bloomberg intelligence senior credit analyst rob shipment rob thanks so much for joining us in the fall the tech industry from a long for a long time on the credit side when I look at the balance sheet here and I see seventy eight billion of debt but also see you know more than a hundred thirty billion dollars of cash gives a sense of the credit profile of Microsoft you know Microsoft down she is really one of in excess of riches in fact if you take a look at their credit ratings their triple a ratings of both movies innocent Hey are higher rated in the U. S. government so it's a good problem to have when you've got a lot of cash and a lot of cash flow the real issue though is think about it as somebody that goes into a restaurant and orders a glass of wine and the waiter pours them their favorite class of Bordeaux as soon as they sent net now I'm with you now I'm like okay around the waiter refills the glass as soon as you take a sip that's what Microsoft credit profile looks like as soon as they spend a dollar cap acts or some sort of minimal and may the glasses refilled with free cash flow last year they generated over thirty eight billion dollars of free cash flow so the real question becomes overtime what do they do with all their money so why have they I said again I see seventy billion dollars of that on the balance you why do they have that it it all given the free cash flow characteristics here sure you know that that that number is actually come down over the past few years it peaked at ninety five billion a few years ago but once the US government changed a tax laws and there we were able to repatriate all their their cash at a much lower rate leave they've been able to use some of that cash to pay down maturing debt so that's down almost by about twenty billion dollars over the past couple of years in the past the reason why that debt load got so big was they couldn't figure out a tax efficient way to get that money back out of international coffers so the simplest way to do it was effectively issue of a derivative instrument which is a bond so you borrow at super low rates you get access to the cash and you worry about paying it back at another time going forward they don't have that need and I see this cash balances problem being used for either bigger MNA we're dramatically bigger buybacks in fact enough the forty billion dollar buy back in twenty sixteen after last quarter's repurchases they're down to about eleven billion dollar program I wouldn't be surprised after they file their ten K. perhaps they announce a buy back program in the neighborhood of fifty billion dollars remember that sort of still pales in comparison to their workers right which well okay which is not their choice dollar market cap which is apple which is a hundred billion dollar buy back program there do you have a sense of what investors want to see done with all that money well I think bondholders would love to see them continue to pay down debt and that's actually been shown in spreads there the tightest treating name out the credit curve of pretty much any industrial credit arguably if you're buying ten your paper at a T. plus thirty five basis point that's not a lot or thirty you're thirty your credit at TI plus seventy basis point but it's still a pick up over treasury so I think from a bondholders perspective what they're doing has worked out well and when you actually look like total rate of return in this media up more of a an effect of both lower rates and duration Microsoft has returned over ten percent on average to bondholders this year so that being said what do equity holders want them to do with our money I don't think they need to buy anything organic growth is significant and some of the in organic growth that they've done really doesn't move the needle on their top line whether that's linked in or get hot it takes years and years and years so I would imagine if I was in every holder one you're happy the stocks on returns have been great but to I think they like to see more of an apple like program where you can see I backs a dramatically greater because they can afford it if this company is going to generate over forty billion dollars of free cash for this year and fourteen billion is targeted towards dividends and you have nothing else to do in terms of MMA I think shareholders are going to want to act Microsoft has been reasonably conservative from that perspective you need to talk about his tech companies and they and they talk about buy backs a lot of it is just offsetting the stock compensation that give out every year which is so prevalent in Silicon Valley so the net reduction in shares outstanding isn't that great what's the story been at Microsoft yeah I think you know it really hasn't been that case for the mega caps the many caps have been utilizing these massive cash balances and buying back much more stock than just offsetting compensation plans I think that's gonna continue over time are things blooming intelligence senior credit analyze or Robert shift ma'am you like a negative Microsoft block now I really did the stock coming up on.

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"both movies" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on /Film Daily

"And so I got a chance to check this out, and the they're actually putting the re releasing them in theaters they're going to be on February first, the both movies are going to be playing at the Alamo draft house in downtown Brooklyn. And then on March eighth they're going to be at the new art in Los Angeles. And I think they're supposed to be like a national rollout after that. But if you can't catch them in theaters they're going to be available for purchase through the criterion collection on April thirtieth of this year. So I would say if you're a fan of martial arts movies of Jackie Chan's, early films, these Erlich instant purchases, like there's no, you know, I'm shocked and and embarrassed that it's taken me this long to get around to seeing these two movies because they're really incredible. The second one. Opens with a recap of like the best stunt moments from the first film, partly as a plot. Refresher. But also, partly as like a flex like telling the audience that this one is going to be better. Like, yeah, we're, you know, here's a here's a highlight reel get a get a load of what's coming now. And I'm not quite sure that the second one actually lives up to that standard. It has incredible action as you would expect. But I think the first one is just so it's like really inventive with the action. The second one feels you know, just as impressive, but maybe a little bit more situation dependent like like, the for example, the final climax is set in a huge warehouse. And it your seems like it seems like it's a little bit more designed if that makes sense like, oh, here's the part where you know, we throw guys through a billion barrels that happened to be laying around in here. Here's the part where fireworks go off. Because of course, there are fireworks in this abandoned warehouse. So. In terms of like the plot. I think I I would recommend police story one over two, but both movies are really like invaluable in terms of, you know, nineteen eighties action classics that are not from America. So it highly highly recommended I think a couple of things I really appreciate about both these movies. The during the fights Jackie Chan gets hit all the time. Like people don't just attack him one at a time like the the traditional martial arts movie cliche. He's like constantly actually getting hit. Which is you don't see it that often in these types of movies. And also, it's not just him. That's pulling off like the incredible moves like all of the the henchmen and stuff that he's fighting against are doing flying jump kicks, and like really impressive moves to. And I feel like in more modern like had a Tony Josh style. Martial arts film. It's really like he's the superstar in everybody else's like, clearly, you know, a level or two below him. But it seems like it's one of those things where it seems like if you were to follow. The story of one of these random henchmen who was actually also really good at martial arts. There might be a whole separate franchise in there. Because this person seems almost just as capable as Jackie Chan's character does. So anyway, police story police story to that vailable the story cinematic universe that they missed out on. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So those are available on April thirtieth and come into heaters. Like, I said before that I also saw bad times with L royale. Chris talked about this last week. So I'm not gonna go too long on it. But man, I really like drew got as a filmmaker. I think he is a really really smart writer director. I enjoy this movie. A great deal. I do think to echo what Chris said last week. It's a little bit long. But I loved Jeff bridges and Cynthia Revoz dynamic, I loved John Hammond. This movie, Chris Hemsworth, like I think Chris said last week that there's a at least one plotline that he wouldn't mind seeing removed entirely. I liked all the plotlines. I just wish the whole thing could have been a little bit tighter. It runs if feels like it drags just a little bit. But the concept is so great. You know, it's set in the hotel where it's completely split in half. Were one side is California one side, isn't avodon. And there's..

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"both movies" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on /Film Daily

"I think that that's necessarily an indicator that the music in both movies is on the same level because it's certainly not. Yeah. And on the TV side of things, I know I've not seen this show. But the Americans is one of the shows that everybody's telling me to watch it. It's considered one of the best dramatic shows of the last decade. And it finally got a nomination for best drama. What was shut out? I think this might upset then a little bit. Here is maniac. Yeah. Man that was like one of my favorite TV watching experiences. This year was going into maniac not knowing anything about it. And just sort of being blown -able a blown away by what carries we're gonna get did with that show. The only other huge upset in the TV category. That I can think of is that Atlanta sorta got shut out the second season of Donald lovers show has been popping up on almost every best of TV year end list that I've seen recently and the gold the Golden Globes have just ignored it. So yeah, that's an odd omission there. And also. Atlanta didn't get nominated. But instead Sasha baron Cohen is America. I think I'm probably seeing the reason why the Hollywood Foreign Press association, maybe is so into vice as maybe it's kind of a political statement. It's very political movie. Maybe but like, Chris would you would you peg the cast of vice as the type of actors that the people in the age of PA would want to glad hand with. It seems weird doesn't it? Yeah. I mean, performance wise. They're great. I mean, Christian bale and Amy Adams are phenomenal in general, and they're great in this movie. But Christian bale is weird because he always seems very stand offish. I can't picture him, you know, schmoozing with people. But at the same time, I actually had read that vice was the last film. They watched before they voted. So I I had this feeling like it was the freshest fill in there. All the nominations. But that sounds like I'm understanding the movie, I I I like we imagine the the whole enfor impress association members to be like the most idiotic stupidest people ever have done caps on their bent their heads the wall. I do remember seeing. The for permit IOUs in a movie theater in one day. And at the end of the movie, I guess spoilers for this David's head gets chopped off. And a Hollywood Foreign Press decision association member behind me was confused that he was robots. At that point in the movie. Okay. Anyways. I that's not indicative of all the members that organization, but I did wanna really that. Okay. Anyways. Let's move on to the new Chucky movie. The creator of child's play is not happy about this. Chris tell us about it. Yes..

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"both movies" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Rugs is better than that. We're having a lot of weird things happening today. It's weird. It's. Everything's we weird. The next bit Thanos didn't beat the hulk. Thanks to the power stone. You know, how you saw the beginning towns. Give hall that beatdown s people speculated mad titan was stronger because he had the power stone. But they said, no wrong. He's just a better fighter smarter. He's bigger. He's fucking creed to Victor drag or the other way around it depends on which fight you're talking about. We'll get to that. Sorry jumping ahead to our creed review. Remember, they were gonna shoot both movies that could save time. They scrapped that idea. And they said it was just becoming complex to confusing because they're too drastically different movies, which this is interesting. So Infinity war what we see like a fucking all out action invasion. How is this going to be different? I don't know. I heard a theory that the Infinity gauntlet cracked, right and all the stones left, and they have to reassemble the another Infinity that put it back. Right. And they gotta go get the stones all owners of the universe. Probably using the quantum realm. Yes. Slipping through. Who knows? Since they said, there was another scene with Tony and pepper was shot at the home of Tony stark and pepper Potts in which they were shown the Tony shown sitting in a lawn chair finish eating with the flip phone Steve Rogers sent him and then pepper ups the laws of sounds like you didn't really need that fucking mooks seen anyways. Right. This one is great Joe. And Anthony Russo made it clear that secret wars was the storyline which resulted in them falling in love with comic books, and they said there. They would come back. I think they're done after this. But they would come back to marvel if they could do secret wars, which would be fucking great because now strange motherfucking you have the X men. The elevator pitch for secret war. You would do, you know, omnipresent being gathered the heroes and villains and throw them out a planet as for a battle royale. See it's just basically the Royal rumble with the superhero see already done fucked up then them in the syndicate because that's where the Symbian starts is in secret worse. So and that's one of the greatest parts of Sikh wars issue eight I have it is worth a lot of money. It Spiderman first time and his black costume. And now you done fucked that up your burn that bridge. So Secours would be great. I would hate not to have that Spiderman seen in their three drafts of the movie were written. Wonder what's in those other two drafts? And they say storm breaker isn't more powerful than the Infinity gauntlet. So even though he can slice through Thanos. Stone burgers, not going to be enough. Red skull is a ghost. Now, he go the movie nearly had a different ending. This one's great. There's been talk of bringing beta Ray Bill to the which is a weird cosmic character. But totally fun. It's a horse. Yeah. No lips or space. Thor. Then you could be does he have leaps in this issue in this picture? It doesn't I don't know just teeth. He's got like a camel ahead. Do. Campbell's have lips. And then you could do frog for which is also wacky. But I could've seen that. In ragnarok, like the movie was so ECU couldn't folklore. This is interesting guardians of the galaxy volume. Three delay didn't change anything of interest for this is something I was wondering about when they get back to reshoot s-, and that whole James Gunn thing blew up where are they going to do something? Did they just gonna kill drags off? 'cause he's being mouth, the I guess that that yet anyways. Do you guys? Did you guys wonder how much time passed between the snap and the final scene of the movie where he's sitting in his farm? Sure, dummy, how long did you think it was twenty minutes? So just moments later. Yeah. Well, they didn't say how long it was. What a fucking used to devote not the Russo brothers us for leading the leading on the Roosters aren't involved in the falcon winter soldier series. That's a Disney plus more diversities coming to the. New and. That's really it. So those are the big pieces from Cuna, no avengers four trailer. Where the fuck is it? Let's move trailers trailer. Where's my try? Oh that to me I earned gave you nothing..

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"both movies" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"And I think the core friendship though, especially the friendship built on this kind of shared on this forgetting high short is is very similar to what we see in in Harold. And yet, it's also they're both movies that make you go. Oh my God. These people. Like, oh my God. Are they just freaking ridiculous? But no, I think that's a good one too. And yeah, I mean, this very much is a Stoner movie. And it's. It's also like you're saying with your description, would you call it into the night. Yeah. Yeah. That makes sense because. Yeah, it's it's like a journey where the point really doesn't isn't the point. It's you know, it's just an excuse to set them up on crazy wild ventures along the way. Yes. Trying to get there. And they probably don't even care if they're getting there. Right. Well, you know, kind of my my first puzzle piece kind of goes along with that. And it's more of like one of these buckets that we sometimes talk about our it's a bunch of movies in one. Okay. Jut appetizer movies, which I think share similar stone sensibility a lot of the time. But also they kind of mix low humor with an emotional core. You know, which is, you know, jut appetite of that's definitely his thing. You know, he's kind of I wouldn't say he invented it. But he certainly for the past decade almost two now has been kind of perfecting it and making it a huge thing and movies, and this movie is very much as much about the craziness and the raunchy nece and ridiculousness as much as this friendship between two girls. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. And I think why had had super bad on my list, and that's a appetite. I believe. Yeah. So yeah, I agree. And especially especially maybe earlier avatar productions. I think maybe he's tried to diversify himself. A little more last couple. Yeah. I mean a little. Yeah. But, but yeah, I mean, super bad definitely, which is about, you know, the two teenage friends, and it is also very much into the night movie. Sure. Whether on the quest to go to this party, and they encounter all sorts of obstacles and have to examine their friendship, and they're about to go off to college. And obviously the characters in ever going back or definitely not going to college. There certainly at that same life stage or they're going to do something because their high school experience has ended because they have dropped out of high school, right, right? And there's a lot of weed in both of those. Is certainly the case there. What would your next? Okay. Well, if we want to skip past super bad and speaking of we'd still my next pick is smiley face with on a ferris. I love that movie is so funny is I think one of the most underrated like stone her movies slash I female driven comedies on affairs is amazing in that movie as this this kind of it's not a buddy movie like never going back is really a solo thing for her. But it's another movie where the character is kind of on this basic quest. Got to pay her roommate back for these pot cupcakes that she has accidentally or not really accidentally eating the entire plate of she has to go to an addition, and she has to pay her electric Bill or some really basic life tasks that she of course, completely fails at because she's gotten incredibly high the beginning of the movie, but it's a weirdly like hopeful movie about the sort of wonder of the universe as filtered through this somewhat dimwitted woman and her complete stoned nece and never going back. There is the bit where they accidentally eat. The pot laced cookies and they get much higher than they plan to. And they're kind of you see them, they go to their the diner where they work and you see their perspective of like the sort of. Maybe the wonder or the distorted nature of what they're seeing in contrast with reality. There's a lot of that in face to. And it's a great movie. I think that not enough people have seen how long ago was that. I remember that movie two thousand seven I wanna say sounds about right. Yeah. You're gonna say like about ten years ago. Yeah..

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"both movies" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on Double Toasted

"These these grand grandiose characters, and yet all the stuff was so random, it was it was almost like these spinal will and you just chose what adventure to go to next not having tied to anything. You just saw there. Also both movies where they tell you what's happening. And why it's important, but they don't show you. They don't sell it. That was a big problem with this yet. Yeah. Yeah. You know, you're correct, man. You're right about that. I mean, at least I agree with you. You know, people might disagree and might like this. But you know, I I don't know, man. I wasn't a I just don't I did not feel. I was living in this world. I don't feel like these characters fantasy characters, but they had to be made to feel real on some level of some level. Because he said it wasn't fancy and how members so. Yeah. You've messed up. Two. Cast halfway there. The more. You know, the where this also differs from a wrinkle in time where are where this differs from a wrinkle in time in a bad way. Look this movie this movie has been pettiness of on the back in this marketing for months now talking about how multicultural it is. Oh, how would change or that would change things right now we innovate and with you know, with trailblazers right here because we cast a black nutcracker live within reason. You need. They put a tournament. He could do trying out for prince knock off Bana some right now. Well, he's a distance, and you can see the glisten on his lips. Yeah. I'm not joking. Was joking. It's true. He just came from Papa. Outside trying to be racist. But he got them big chicken. Tell me how it is. I'm just telling you. Okay. He's been eating fried fish eating fries. It's something a lot of grease on at all right because lives agrees. Popcorn to pick. I don't know in there. Like you. Sure, you want all this. We got you don't worry about film kind of the third coat. Down. We're to spread lard all over your face. Shining crisco. Tiny. And you know, what that's fine. If you want some big shot put him in there. But do something with them because I thought damn he got them big as big as juicy lips he'd make out with this girl 'cause it's the nutcracker. Now. The nutcracker is known. Because in a regular time. That's a movie where you had a girl was had black father was way, she got to they alluded to a romance with her white co- actor this other guy right there right in this film. No, I'm gonna tell you something. The the movie products being multicultural the nutcracker. Most versions that you have out there. They have alluded to some romance ahead of right? Yes. Claritin. In most versions the data's her. There's a her prince shining arm. He takes her to the to await the land of Dole's. Right. Order for her to be Queen because he married her right? And break in some versions a spell was cast on him that turned him into a nutcracker, right? Yes. Lifted and he's a print and the guy who plays the nutcracker. Call Phillip in. Here's Jaden floral night. The only time he even touches that girl is he absolutely has to she has to almost die for him to even touch her. Okay. But at the same time because I was going like, all right? So they're not going to do the romance. But they're they seem like they might they just don't want to have an interracial incident at the same time. He seems significantly older than her some if they do it. It seems pedophiliac. No, No, no. no. He did not seem older than her. If in fact, he's seeing just right? They just didn't want his black. I'm telling you that right now. Aww. Hanging from a cliff, and they he had to say because anyone who's this. Chris lifts there doesn't even moment in the movie where it's like awkward tend to date because because he's standing there looking at it. He just wait for something to happen in the girl is like, okay. Well, good night. She begging apartment. Wait, and oh, I do not believe this. It's like, Denzel and Julia Roberts. Pelican. No. You know, what that is bullshit, man? Look, I don't care..

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"both movies" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Well, my processes begins with a huge amount of procrastination. Which I, which I try to kind of. I try to group under the the umbrella heading like research or inspiration? Yeah, read a lot. Watch a lot. Listen, a lot of music, try to kind of figure out a playlist of both movies and songs to sort of get myself in the mindset, but then, yeah, eventually, I'll just sort of. I mean, sometimes I write by hand, but usually, yeah, it's just on my laptop hand, whether at home or at a coffee shop like in a journal. Yeah, sometimes. Interesting. I didn't know your generation still did that. Notice how making it seem like you're super young. Well, sometime under thirty five hours. They don't really use the pen and pencils. The thing with the pen and pencil is that I guess what I'm always trying to do with writing is avoid the terror of the big blank page staring at you at blank, where the final drafts exactly something about the blank final draft or blank word doc is sometimes more intimidating than just the blank loose scrap of paper. You haven't have or a notebook is also. I sometimes I've, this is actually a trick that I would recommend some people. Sometimes I'll write chunks of a script as an Email draft to myself because it's a very small little window browser. If you don't open a big and you're just sort of so you can after few lines think you've written a lot 'cause you're kind of filling your alike and then you sort of keep going and it's all about getting started. Once you're in it, you know, once you have fifty pages of script the next fifty or much easier, but getting past the blank page is I'm probably like all writers in this regard is terrifying. Do you based care turn pieces of different people, you know? Or is it just somebody create from thin air? No, yet depend a. I mean, certainly whiplash people were based oftentimes word for word on on people. You know, people, I knew other times it's kind of you know, composites, you know, some people, I know some movie or book characters. Some, you know, just kind of all meshed in a lot of times. Obviously, there's a lot of me and whether I like it or not in in sir. Characters. I write certainly the miles teller character in whiplash. You know, it was in some ways, somewhat easy character to write because I related and you know. So yeah, it's a mix, I guess, but it always helps. I think to have something to be even sometimes it could be as simple as writing for an actor. I find whether you want to cast in that actor or not by the way, but just having a face in in mind. Like sometimes I find it helpful very early in the script writing process to just like put a little look book together. That's just like faces and it's either faces of, you know whether it's known actors or or you know, people out of fiction are stark figures or whatnot. You know, you just kind of just visualize a little bit of a gallery of faces, so you kind of are writing to, you're not just writing to a to a to a character name, you know, on a final draft doc, you're right into an actual flesh and blood human being. And then that can change completely. You know, when I first wrote Jacobson's character in whiplash I was picturing a a sort of base. Someone I'd say James Gandolfini would played like a New Jersey alley in American sort of a kind of blue collar, turned intellectual sort of guy. He's I was very similar to music conductor. I'd had growing up and that's that's who I was writing that who he was. So j. k. initially I working with meeting him was the polar opposite of physically what I had in mind. His kind of, you know, the thin tall, muscular, bald, you know, black shirt like that whole kind of look. The JK brings to the movie was so different from what I wrote in my mind. But he saying the same words, you know, and, and of course now I look, I think back to, I can't think of anyone else in the role than than j. he made it completely zone, but it's just a good example in a way that it doesn't really matter where you wind up. It just helps me to get started out of the starting gate to have something physical, something visual to write to. Well, that's why fast and furious eleven is going to be great for you care. Start writing. Right? The fast and furious. Space, begin. Interior room, not yet. If you could store opens..

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"both movies" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Now I tend to Amazon Google play and YouTube. Let's play a tiebreaker Michael. Got it to items are the eliminating dancefloor from Saturday Night Fever. Or Luke Skywalker lightsaber from Star Wars. Yeah. And The Empire Strikes back. I gentlemen. Your flooring guy. Japan because I know that Twitter notch trial smooth drought counting Toronto tile really come in India, finally, payday. All right. I was a ton of joy to made here. About five pounds. There's a floor. Well, there's one, you know, one thing is going to be kept in a lucite case next to Mickey mantles. You know baseball mitt and the other, you could actually put out and kind of fun with, you know, enjoy actually working one's going to do the thing that it does in the movie and the other is going to you're going to make sound sweet life. Right? All right. So. Folly around. I think we're there with a lightsaber. But now the question is how much I mean God the Cinco for this sold last year and it's it's original Lor from the death for a sold the floor and it's it's from both movies. Yes. Wow, that's crazy. I two, yeah. Sorry. The first two. All right, but the price, it's the hero lightsaber. Yeah. So there's multiple ones. Okay, Michael answer what he got. I've got the lightsaber. Hundred and fifty thousand. I one lightsaber three twenty five. You're both incorrect. Oh, now lever, we can declare a winner. The eliminating dancefloor went for one million dollars. Oil money went four three hundred seventy five thousand ase man. You are the winner. Wow. Back to new. No one had to have that floor. Could've been some drunken bidding that could have been some oil money that could have been. My wife is nuts for this movie and I got more money than God. But there you go. Man, I'd say strangely compelling, gay. Michael, we strangely compelled. I enjoyed that. Do you feel like you got some items at home now where you go, hey, man, maybe out a take a few these things and get them out of the bags and put them in the house, or I don't go to hold onto things for any kind of a motion value. I really do old onto them for. But what about your nephew in that jacket? I've probably going to sell the jacket and give it to a rehab somewhere. Right. Screw that kid. Yeah. As a man now, screw that man just still bureau over. It's weird sonic. That sounds gay or when you say, screw that man, but kid is actually probably thought about it. Infanticide within a family, so, but. And you know. And do you feel like how your onset eight months out of the year? Six. Six, where where's most of the shooting going on? I feel like used to be LA. Then it went to Canada, then went to Atlanta, then winter when the Carolinas than we did. Alienate Budapest in all. Then there's the whole proxy panel, incredible city, stuff like that. And it was a great gigs. I to work three days a week. Now we bugger off via no or something like that for couple of days come back wife a life. I like I like traveling. There's only one country I haven't been on film and that's India. I wrote a script for, but India, forty years ago, I may have to do it Nick. Well, it's India was like a romantic place. When I grew up gung Gordon was a film. My family watched, I read all the Kipling books and and it was a dignity about it. And this I may, I wrote it about the Indian rebellion, and I think it was seventeen eighty six or something like that do and I may have to do it. It's been financed twice. I've pulled out twice, but the India's I grew up with and I wanna hold on my head is not there anymore. So voided that did you. I have a special affection for Hungary because my grandparents grandfathers Hungarian and I never been there there. How's the food food individual get their kidney, Hungarian figure in the late fall and stuff on the harvest is wrong. Great by February, March things, pretty thin, really? Yeah. All right. On the calendar..

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"both movies" Discussed on The View

The View

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on The View

"Before we do anything else where we you. I was overtaken on Saturday night watching j.lo's love perform. Great. I mean, she just she danced fame performed the entire show. It was like two hours. I was just shed LL cool. J. jar rule showed up. I mean, Alex Rodriguez boy, he knew every word to every song I was in the section right next to him and he, he loves her good seats, married leave there to see where were you? They Jennifer, I was I was home, but I I did go to see a movie called COMEX, which is about the great writer co let and then last week I went to see a movie called the wife and both movies are about a woman who does all the writing and the husband takes the credit for. So it's an interesting thing in the time in marvelous MRs Mazel which is yes. Idea lady used to paint. The big is. That's right. And we were you. I was at the global citizens vessel, which was here in New York City in central park. It's a great cause. I cannot the red carpet by the way this man the Redcar Mesler put your hands. Yeah, you're lying. All these people, you know how to do red carpet. Whoopi. It is cute. Did you anyway? It was fun. Did you see Janet perform Jan? Was there Shawn? Mendez was the highlight for me. I. Mendez and you forget how many hits they have until you're at a concert like this in each comes on, I knew every word of this one too. So Cardi b. was there and he was for a good cause. It's really raising money for people around the world that need stone do great. They g-great work while I was being people knowing all the words I was with Diana Ross this weekend. He was four. Pick. She let me say that voice. I know it was so rich and so right. It was at times it was like, oh, is that she's hitting all this? She's she is on top of her steps. I believe she's going to Vegas at some point. I think she has. Oh, a deal. I wish, and I wish Atlantic City with think about having residences warmers. It's an incredibly Hannah. Raw should be in residency here. J. lo should be resident. John rule should be resited. Yeah, I'm on city. Step it up. We'll be right back. Hey, guys, it's never Nick. And we hope that you read our new book. The greatest love story ever told. It's a romance like Romeo and Juliet, one of LANCELOT, Samson, and Delilah. Okay, Jack and rose from Titanic. Then. With less Moonves out at CBS. One of his accusers actress Ileana Douglas comes forward in her first television interview tomorrow. What will she say to the women of the view then Thursday, she was married to our Kelly. They have three children together. And now Andrea Kelly speaks out about what she describes as an abusive marriage to powerful interviews at the place to be heard this week on the byu on ABC. Tomorrow for the first time on TV actress. Ileana Douglas shares are allegations that exc- BS chief less moon Bez sexually assaulted her and the Irwin families turn in the view into zoo. When they bring their wildest friends over. You are the perfect couple. I have to say yes, they are and judging from their new book, they agree, some, please welcome. The authors of the greatest love story ever told an oral history. Mullaly and Nick off..

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"both movies" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Best time in my life working the timber and so tell me about your experience what was what was good about that for you tim yeah i have my memories of chamba here's where it was like from your side from from my side it was intimidated by him but he agreed to he agreed right to direct allison wonderland and i went to london to meet with him and i was intimidated timber but when we started talking you know he he doesn't make complete sentences because he ventures it in his head he goes he'll anymore finish it and they'll say what you know what i mean and i realized principle i did know what he meant and i knew who he was because he's he came from here you know so any from animation so i got it and then i was able to kind of connect and i found him to be so open and most many drugs i've found very they want to put their stamp on it immediately they want just stop on what was there and show it around and make it there's and i didn't find that with tim at all i found suggestions and we'll try this and they were break suggestions and he was very very supportive and we throw a bunch of stuff out for budget wise and they have what we throw this out no no no we gotta keep that so i found him to be fantastic what i love about him is that she treats a writer like a department head like as department head in charge of the script and the story and he treats with respect that he treats a costume designer you know would or a great dp or production designer and lets them run with a saying we'll give them guidance but like his trust that you know what you're doing and so often directors don't trust that you know what you're doing and that makes a huge difference he's different doesn't do you know that i had a competing project you know that that there was a whole thing here right i really know the whole one that's because here's what here's what happened is at the same time that disney approached tim about doing your dude written it first for disney right yes i was approached to do announce product for san mendis and digs anik was producer of both movies which is just an impossible situation project to be in but being the producer was the wonderful gentleman he was he was making it work as best he could but it became this crazy situation where i was trying to write this move for sam san what's going on with doing other tim canoe his movie mine was for one or is yours for disney and came a place like this is just silly this is just not going to happen so ours went away and juris when production and so the choice was made four dick you didn't have to choose between which is directors he was going to work for but it was nuts that they were going to live action movies i happened when you hear that this competing versions of of a project one of them ultimately goes away but sometimes they don't always crazy so we always deep impact and armageddon example where both things happened there's the other jungle book movie which is coming out that's crazy locally that's right so it does has happened the both movies exist but you don't wanna be the second movie most times now we're going to be the second movie so i wrote a movie called monster apocalypse tim and we were getting close and pacific rim went into production and we looked at someone red bow scripts that's too close like it's gonna be the second giant robot movie and we don't wanna be the second giant robot right so wherever gets there first push cross the starting line is is the thing and stuff but anyway i'm glad you're with exists and any got made any got to be a sequel and that's fun i've visited him on the set while doing your movie and it was in burbank and.

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"both movies" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"That film i wasn't a big fan and it's weird 'cause i love edgar right to and he's involved with both movies the like really atman is a producer right fucking love that man not a big fan and i i don't know maybe driving didn't do anything for me but i i love this other films that just wasn't my favorite i like baby driver so it was good for what it was i mean he's talking about oscar nominations people had it films i'm not for me well i think it was it's so hard i i don't know if i'm on the polar opposite of i can't think of a film off the top of my head i'm sure i'll think of something later but it's more of i like something and everybody else loved it deadpool where people were talking about this movie should be nominated for an oscar for a screenplay oscar and i liked deadpool but i didn't think it was you know it's not a top ten superhero film of all time it wasn't the best superhero film of that year two thousand sixteen and i think that title goes to civil war doctor strange will it depends like what scope you wanna look at it like i can say the godfathers overrated as in that most people think it's the best of all time and it's not my my best film of all time so in that sense you could say that even all it's a great movie but in my opinion i like goodfellas so technically i would say that's overrated but and i know i'm going to think of something like tomorrow like fuck i like that movie and at borden ass bart wyan s who do you think should take captain america mantle and that's the first part of the question so i just want to give your quick thought who should take the mantle of captain america assuming chris evans doesn't really want to come back i think no one i figured just retire the character with chris evans let balki be the winter soldier or the white wolf i think that would be an awesome title for marvel movie you know marvel's the white wolf even anthony mackie i dunno because he doesn't have the super soldier serum so he's not going to have the super strength he's not gonna have the same powers i think you let that mantle die with chris evans and if they ever reboot.

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"both movies" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Commander in and you would go and do whatever he said like us 5 guys like well you know that mark harris documentary in whatever the five right right does 5 guys who all went and did it right that that kind of person he was he was a do was a field commander in the guys around him that he did he used in either your when out there and thought you were see at a great time yeah it was like these like the modern john fort as far as i'm i think that's exactly right no nieto marshes that you know the opening shot a hard times is basically the opening shadow of liberty valance rates this train it's this train that's just come in an and the smoke and the way it it's it's really an echo of of liberty balanced both movies of those it to my favorite movies ever made itoh guzzler kustner also lows at liberty really oh you can't get enough of that movie you're not others have yeah i do i love it i did has the net move evenly marvin and jimmy stewart john wayne on way it's an end you know that script in that the way that stories told to me i was my bone as he had to watch liberty balance and be can't watch it enough actually i've watched over and over and yeah i mean there's always it it works on so many levels yeah we reference it in the show last season of we were so happy to you paul says rousseau happy to have him get to say at his character watched a lotta westerns and talks about him and obvious that david i care about those movies lot and then who you know you get a certain point your career there are certain things you want to check off and you got to check the calm brothers off the list so she they are here personal hero zones what's that addition for them abated there were another one that i addition early on for what movies raising arizona yours you there which was another and you were beat up by a box of beautiful script mazel louis on what a movie that is gorgeous script and i and immediately took too because there was a rhythm to it there is a poetry to it and they end their best scripts.

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"both movies" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"A gentleman imelda's last week about the conundrum over whether to take his 15yearold son james yes to see the post or darkest hour that's argument that yeah and i said i will say the post i said goes he darkest hour and then if possible to see both of them because they're both losing traffic double bill you both provided excellent advice says simon on both movies which james and i listened to on our way to the cinema today we only had time to see one movie and as i was happy to see i the film i delegated the decision to james he decided on darkest hour on the basis that the subject matter covers events which took place in our country rather than america much has already been said about carry opens performance and he did not disappoint he inhabited the role so completely the you could almost smell the cigar smoke having heard marks review i was concerned over whether the cheap seen would ruin the film prison i agree it was a misstep and jarred with the rest of the movie it appeared to have been shoehorned into the film to build drama where there was already drama enough interesting me though james had not had marks review and his 15year olds verdict on the same was that it was cool overall james solely enjoyed the film and declared awesome which is high praise indeed one disappointment depart from mynatt code violations in the next row involving a mobile phone was that out of an audience of by mice domations 200 i can only see one other child other than james dust this reflected a lack of interest in serious moves from children or perhaps parents not bothering to encourage their offspring to venture beyond superhero moves all shootthemups anyway next weekend rough see the post at the kremlin movie placed third with david sir personalized joe but you know that that went pretty much the way you'd expect and he probably mark pre thinks his say he made the right choice just one of the thing on 'backtoback screenings yeah which is something you're familiar with i am john from lescot with two young children cinema trips are rarer them would be ideal for my the going that is a great very rare event would be ideal however earlier this week i escape.

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"both movies" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Nope it'd be none of the other actors get those beautiful shots like that so it's not only script wise does he wind of taking over the film but the camera just loves him this is karl freund like is that this was his last film as a director and i kinda wish had carried out because his were conceived wrecked was fantastic but his work as a cinematographer always top notch it just those opening credits are amazing with like the shadow that we see before the credits even start and then that the credits and with that hand punching the glass i love it and the hands of course i mean this is i ends or lack hands are everywhere in this movie and we focus in on hand so much it's beautiful it's absolutely gorgeous and i think if you watch it which i did one year ago probably like six or seven years ago at this point i should have done it yesterday but if you watch it back to back with the mummy which i feel like it doesn't occur to people that that's not a todd browning film its karl freund and they're very similar face shots for karloff and laura and hand shots in both movies you get these really great scenes where the mummy's hand will creep up onto something and it just i i i really wish she had made a few more of those 30s films because it's really just the mummy in mad love and in terms of har but uh people don't give him enough credit for being one of the greatest innovators ever and television that he met his to talk does yarn as into shooting i love lucy on film which is one of the reasons why i love lucy is still one of the most popular shows that is around is that it was preserved properly it wasn't a tell us any and then you know we were talking before reserve recording.

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"both movies" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Saw ghostbusters i felt like i was the only one that had seen it and i thought it's fun is fun yeah you know what's interesting and they're fun cameos throughout ghostbusters as well if you're a fan of the original ghostbuster from eighty four but there is a theme that is so a similar in ghostbusters the they also have in passengers a very critical moment in the movie in both movies on your ninety five percent of the way through the movie there's a very very similar seen that involves a tether marlier you tracking can you remember that at all i i i saw both of these movies and theaters so on why would i know i saw my while ago by trying to remember i turn my wife and so what are the chances that we watch to resist of have that both have a critical yes other same thing guy i remember how i'm putting it together it's what are the chance what are the chances eddie who i would recommend both of those movies they're both fun if you had ordered them though she passengers first again it is free for xfinity members i'm not getting paid to say that i just happened to be an expanded customer coincidentally at the end of steve o'clock today also going to hand with steve being tethered and by out the window no into some sort of it that bungee cord ready live event it's going to be really ask guys what i saw big fish what are you talking about the what was that was the move in from all of the movie review of all the movie reveres whether you visa you start to watch and you like yeah i'm just in the mood i love i'll confidently donnas said that you guys i saw big fan was us the coast of the a rewind sound now a record scratch the fire put a stop to everything i that movie circa 2000 three thousand three my brother had been telling me forever that i need to see it because it's a sweet fatherson relationship thing and i have started to watch that movie no less than four times and finally i went on permitting i'm committing i have seven thousand in movies up at the cabin that i.

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"both movies" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Playing the house of the rising sun he will start getting waxed and in off that out of the ten years yeah we're starting to lose a lot of pit bosses and crafts dealer sitting on any seen in in scorsese movies in good fellas it was the leyla right yes you know and they started showing up on a meat hook seventy and what's funny is the joe patchy character in both movies would be bannon so i dunno yeah so in the last hour jimmy we talked about the twoparty system uh we had representative justin amash he was doing interview with our friend matt welsh and he said it's time to smash the twoparty system just a matsche's republic yeah but he says it's time to smash it i said you know is it time for a third party i was taking calls on this everyone had an opinion and i said well what a third party look like who's going to go first is it going to be the republicans split into two or is going to be democrats what do you think i'll definitely republicans you do even though the democrats burn fat bernie bros bad but does the thing there's only one vehicle within the democratic party that can raise money and those are usually the elder statesman democrats and that's why i think they're party will stay in check in some capacity because the pelosi's in the schumer's the world of a monopoly on fundraising so a lot of guys that can make money within the republican party that could splinter off especially because in my opinion trump was like the closest thing liver have to a third party candidacy where he had his party reluctantly behind him but he's never been you know he's a republican he's a banana republican you know what i mean he sees kind of running his own thing and and he bought the establishment at every turn before they just had to you know they had this year horta me what the divaina bernie he was a you know he he was raising money was he thought he was devils he's was the trump of the democratic party quiz bernie time it all wrong because he's about the he said the.

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"both movies" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"both movies" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For talk and text and you can also check us out on twitter at nick show but the best way to stay connected his on our facebook page which is a always updated constantly interactive facebookcom nick ni show so uh for those of you who have the net flicks i do have some news about what's coming up uh and is a new uh to net flicks both movies and tv series that began in august as rally you have the netflixing idea yes so here are some of the movies and tv shows that will be available these will be starting tomorrow barack a cinderella story turner at disney thing i think it's a yeah i'm i can't remember exactly is i'm trying to remember if it's live action it's not animated i think it's a live action movie mm bad santa just in time for july frog outright well you nonkurds missing well it's august then oh august bad santa which the movie i hate everybody loves it hate it i haven't seen it's just i just found it really any define it really mean spirited and i'm not funny cloud atlas i love that movie now the one where everyone's different people adds mahasamund it's like three hours long in which askes made it is fantastic dan have you seen close now i never get around alerts so good takes the eunafta put a little time on the calendar for that one funny games the us version of funny games oh if she that.

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