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"brad pitt david" Discussed on Threedom
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"brad pitt david" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Ah yeah just keep i just keeps i hadn't i hadn't either it took me forever to finally watch it and i was just like in the lead up i was like i and i didn't really like we own the night and two lovers i don't really remember very well it's just one of those movies i know i saw a long time ago but i hadn't seen any of his other movies and sets alike leading up to this i was like i got to see at least one of his other movies and and hopefully like it before where i walk into this movie that like this big giant sci-fi movie director like seemingly out of nowhere it gets to make a big giant sci-fi movie with brad pitt there must be a reason you know and yeah oh yes i ended up watching la city z. the week before this came out and i was as i was watching i was like oh my god because i kinda got an idea of what the movie was going to be we from the trailer that astra and i was like wow this seems very similar to what i'm about to see in ad astra then sure enough it really followed through with the actual full movie but yes i just found that that parallel very interesting and i would recommend law city as for anyone who hasn't seen it so it's on my list absolutely well what do you got for your next one the next one i have two more that you're where next one is the movie i reformed nice now that was the movie starring ethan hawke came out last year and so then movie deals with a person who at the beginning of the movie is shown as a calm character a poise character as the movie goes on and certain situations thrust upon him he begins to question things he begins to doubt himself he begins to change and adapt to certain situations and that's exactly how i feel brad pitt's character is in this movie when we first meet him in this movie and brad pitt david make a point to say what his resting heart beat rate is not just to show that key is calm he is collected there's nothing that conveys him but as the movie goes on and he begins getting tied to an external con elect which in this case is father up you see that he starts change he starts to become a little more anxious he starts to get a little more irritated he it makes it a point that it becomes really tough for him at least in his mind to deal what with every that's going on in this mission that he has if you look at the character that's being played by ethan hawke he's presented with a situation that he can't ignore it's it's driving him crazy pretty much and that's what happens with brad pitt's to a lesser extent but i think i saw those similarities between those two main characters how at the beginning of the film they're both calmed they're both you know they know what they are and they know what the do they handle their situations day to day but when something changes them or something comes in conflict with them how they begin to that change to become anxious characters they begin to you know wanna ask questions or they just get stressed out by what's going on around them so that's what i found pretty fascinating with the two of yes i find it interesting that it's not so much the things that happened to them that are adding to the the stress and anxiety but it's the asking of questions it's the not not going along with with the plan in and thinking for themselves about like is this ray what are we doing the right things and that's what really drives them you know starts to drive them a little crazy and of course more so and i armed but i love that you brought to eight twenty four movies to this conversation so eh well okay so my next puzzle piece i am going to go with a movie that's probably a little too recent to truly have been an inspiration but i'm gonna bring it up anyway and that is i man but i think it's just such a clear you know a clear parallel here between these two movies of to move to movies that deal with just the psychological effects of of east travel and the isolation of space travel and you know the disconnect that it creates with family and with just you know a regular life on earth and i you know we did an episode on i man when it first came out and i will say i did not really love i man i i guess i went into it wanting a more traditional just big you know like an apollo third yeah yeah something like that and i i was like really so it's going to be this but i think that when you're dealing with something you know fictional like ad astra and something that that you know take some interesting approaches to the i two that idea i think you works a lot better i guess i'm still waiting for for the real armstrong movie but but i i know a lot of people disagree with me though yeah we actually did an episode on i man and it was the three of us and two of the three did not like i man because of the way you know goes it's not a traditional going to space in seeing how roka's person is or you know or you know a very triumphant score when they land on the moon you know not stuff vat but i will say that this movie and i man do have in common like you were saying about the psychological effects of space but also how these two characters are pretty similar in terms of how focused they are and how nothing else matters except for we need to go to space or i need to do this mission i think there's some similarities between the two characters you know it's funny when you say that because i i love ryan gosling as an actor i love bread pity actor but and you're absolutely right they have they're very similar and they're driven nece in there you know they're kind of disconnect from other people and yet for whatever reason i'd like brad pitt's character so much more like i could just watch him and root for him i guess in a way you know and i just i'm so much more some more into watching watching him go about whatever it is his story is going to be that i was watching ryan gosling i just as i watched that version of this kind of a character i'm like get it together man in italy here you on that but yeah well it's not it's not hard to basically look at brad pitt for two hours yes that's actually pretty good looking guys no question there well what do you got your next one all right this the final one that i have and so it is interstellar i think the parallels i think are just a little too obvious not to mention them number one is the way space is portrayed in in both of these movies i think both of them take a very interesting in i would say cool approach to how they design their space exploration whether it's designer the ships or the the actual special effects of the movie and how they use them to design their vision of space i think they're both interesting and meanwhile done but more importantly i think the other main point you could pull from both movies is the parent child relationships between the characters in interstellar yet matthew mcconaughey character with his daughter who eventually is played by jessica chastain there is that sense of abandonment went from the child towards their parent that the mission that they went on was more important than them on earth and exactly what brad pitt's character deals with tommy lee jones tommy lee jones was so caught up with the mission and going out that he abandon in his family and his and his son just as matthew mcconaughey abandoned his daughter and his also his son as well and i found that to be the strongest point between these two movies and how similar they are in that aspect i like it i like it and you know it's funny i've seen people on twitter on film twitter film twitter's just the worst but i've seen people try to say that there is no comparison between in the two movies that they they're not alike in any way i think they absolutely are alike in quite a few ways like what you were just talking about right there i mean using a space travel you know adventure basically for the purpose of dealing with people's emotions rather than some kind you've you know plot driven goal or something like that i think there is definitely a parallels between interstellar in this movie yeah i find it interesting when people say there isn't some type of like relationship board they're not similar because it's almost a little too ali yes how similar the aspect i completely agree completely agree well i only have one more puzzle pieces well so a i told you before we started recording this kind of silly so i don't really think of it as an inspiration just a observation but i should i should preface by saying i didn't mind this scene at all in either movie but when brad pitt flies through space ace i was i was reminded of princess leia in the last jedi that seeing that all the trolls hated so much and i was that was cool i mean come on i i love last i don't care what anyone says so do negate for them i'm sure we will and i don't give a damn johnson rules all right well i'm going to do the finished puzzle and then we'll get into any he closing thoughts that we had on this movie so we've got x. mckenna total recall goodfellas event horizon ed max fury road lost city of z i reformed i man interstellar and the last jedi so great list of movies here you know really a wide ranging list of movies but you know quite a few that deal with space and you know all that kind of stuff because i mean come on of course that's bound to happen but it definitely definitely goes into a lot of different other directions as well do you have any any closing thoughts about that astra i recommend anyone who enjoys space movies just give it a shot i think that you will be better off than them worse off unless you really hate space movies but i think there is still a lot to gleam out of it absolutely i think there's there's plenty here it's unique it's it's different tells really it's a very interesting character to follow you know even with all the the voice over and all that i mean it really is a it's a great performance i mean we we've spoken about the movie itself and we talked about brad pitt a little bit but i mean really brad pitt is fantastic in this to incredible performances this year just amazing yeah it's it's a great year for brad pitt and i i don't think we should be too shocked because he is a really good actor i oh yeah one of the things that people always say and you know there's been backlash to even this statement but a lot of people have said recently that he is a character actor trapped in leading man's body because of the roles he's been choosing especially over the last fifteen years like eight few look at his filmography it's very it's all character work like it's very intense acting you know you're doing something it's not you just being a movie star and just showing up right yeah no absolutely early and i i love brad pitt i i can't wait to see what he does next i know just amazing i love them well i think that about does it what is another movie you wash recently like to recommend i have two one of them you did an episode on just recently not too long ago and that's a brittany runs a marathon nice i think it's it's delightful i think it's uplifting and if you wanna have a good time watching a movie i think britney runs a marathon is very very good movie to choose from and the movie was loose yeah i came out in august so i don't know if it stone dealers for some people it might not be but if you get a chance to check it out it is a thriller but i don't want to say too much about EPA is i think people should just walk in and watch that movie and decided for themselves i thought it was really well done and i look forward to see what comes from kelvin harrison junior murray was the star of that movie so if you like to read reviews we post them as well if you want to follow us on social media you can follow us on facebook instagram and twitter at always critic pod.
"brad pitt david" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Had the thought of you you know show not tell which is a very common expression. When you're talking about a movie in this particular case I think it would have been tough to get the thought or message across to the audience if there wasn't that narration if you're just watching Brad Pitt on screen and Dan. You're seeing him go through things. You're not really getting the full of motion how he's feeling about it and it's not like he's giving off a very emotive performance formats so I think the voiceover was handled well and it was necessary. In this case. Absolutely I completely agree well all right. I'M GONNA go onto a another one here. another puzzle piece so in this movie ad Astra we've a a ship that has been missing for years out when Ed sent set out on a mission and then disappeared and others a signal and they think that that oh it might still be out there. Let's send a rescue mission and of course spoiler alert. We don't worry about spoilers on this show but get there and find out everyone went crazy basically or or at least the the the main guy went crazy and lots of violent murders went down on the ship and I thought of event horizon which I still maintain is the scariest fucking movie ever even though it's very cheesy in retrospect the act it's still shit out of me but yeah. I mean that's basically the exact setup of event horizon and what a creepy creepy setup set up that is and of course this movie is not by any means a horror movie. It's not scary really but certainly the the you lost ship that was out there doing some scientific mission like millions of miles away isolated from from Earth than you know that that that unknown Nisa space multiplied by the the fact that you know the ship disappeared for so many years and who knows if anyone's still on it or what happened to it. I I really Kinda amps up the creep factor in this in both situations and yeah that is a perfect tie-in with everything that goes on with Tommy Tommy Lee Jones his character and his crew either get spend what like thirty years almost in the movie where his his crew went out to the Lima project and they hadn't been heard of again so brad. Pitt's character thought he's dead. My father died doing that but then all of a sudden you know you have that beacon. That's coming That's a great tie in on that one. I gotTa give you props on that one. Well thank you man thank you. What do you got for your next puzzle piece. My next one is going to be Mad Max fury road and amusing this for a very specific part part of the movie the only real true action set piece of this movie shore and it's when they're on the moon and there's moon pirates apparently they're being chased throughout and it's very reminiscent of Mad Max Fury Road I even in my review. Even I even called it. Mad Max Lunar Road Eh just because of the fact that everything feels the same you have one croup being chased down in to aid. You know where they're going but it feels it's as though they're being chased almost like macrey. That's how it felt like to me at least the way that action piece was setup designed. How shot sure absolutely you know and I I remember hearing you talk about that on your episode and that's that's hilarious. I love that Mad. Max Lunar rose as much as ad Astra is not an action movie and it's not the kind of movie that you know get sequels or spin offs or anything like that I would love to know more about the world of Space Space Pirates on the moon and you know it's so interesting would be super fascinating to me the fact that there's regions of the the moon you can't travel because they might kill yeah because it's it's not governed land. It's painful. It's not alien. It's just people who who went up there and then just kind of went off grid or whatever that is nuts and I wish they would have explored that a little more says frigging great all right so yes so let me go with another one here so normally. I try not to do you this on the show but I just felt like I had to in the lead up to two ad Astra. I decided to go back and watch James. Graves film lost city of Z. or as characters refer to it but I'm pretty sure the movie itself just say loss at easy but whatever but you know I was was. I was really interested that really the characters have a very similar a goal. I mean they're they're. It's a similar story three of character it now. It's a very different way and of course one is set in the past and WanNa say in the future but you know it. It's still well a guy who has just obsessed with this scientific quest and you know in in Las Z. It's finding this law city in an Amazon and of course an ad Astra it's finding proof of extraterrestrial life out towards Saturn or whatever wherever the project was going and would eventually kills him eventually leads to his death and in Law City Z. You you know drags his son into it and in this drags his son into the different ways in very different stories but I just found it interesting that this movie has a very real parallel with with losses e both written and directed by James Gray Have you seen I have not it's one that's been on my list of movies to watch and I just for some reason can't get around twitter yeah. Just keep I just keeps I hadn't I hadn't either it took me forever to finally watch it and I was just like in the lead up. I was like because because honestly I this is probably a good moment to talk about that. Where are you a fan of. Any of James Graves other work to be honest miss with you. I the only one that really comes to mind is ad Astra like unless I am blanking on some other movie that that I I don't know was his. I'm currently looking at up now because I think I may have seen another one of his movies and not even realize that I did see it but I don't think I have seen any other of his movies yeah to be honest with the only ones I'd ever seen up until this point where two lovers and we own the naive and I didn't really like we own the night and two lovers. I don't really remember very well. It's just one of those movies I know I saw a long time ago but I hadn't seen any of his other movies and so that's why I like leading up to this. I was like I got to see at least one of his other movies and and hopefully like it before where I walk into this movie that like this big big giant sci-fi movie director like seemingly out of nowhere it gets to make a big giant sci-fi movie with Brad Pitt there must be a reason and Yeah Oh oh yes I ended up watching La City Z. The week before this came out and I was as I was watching. I was like Oh my God because I kinda got an idea of what the movie was going to be. We from the trailer that Astra and I was like wow this seems very similar to what I'm about to see in Ad Astra then sure enough it really followed through with the actual full movie but yes I just found that that parallel very interesting and I would recommend law. City is the for anyone who hasn't seen it so it's on my list absolutely well. What do you got for your next one the next one I have two more that you're where the next one is the movie. I reformed nine now. That was the movie starring Ethan Hawke came out last year and so that movie movie deals with a person who at the beginning of the movie is shown as a calm character a poise character as the movie goes on and certain situations thrust upon him he begins to question things he begins to doubt himself he begins to change and adapt to certain situations and that's exactly how I feel Brad. Pitt's character is in this movie when we first meet him in this movie and Brad Pitt David make a point to say his resting heart beat rate is not just to show that key is calm. He is collected. There's nothing that conveys.
"brad pitt david" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Are here until five o'clock. It is a a Tuesday morning and two for Tuesday's requests in now. And that is one artist to songs so get your requested. Now, we'll play him in a little bit three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talk and text and those requests coming up a little bit later on. We are going to be talking about the career of John singleton for sure and we're talking about the new impossible burger Burger King. Plus, some really weird fast food menu items that are available. But as you heard that was just prince nine thousand nine hundred nine others new book that that has come out that he's written by Brian Raftery, and it is called best movie year ever, how nine hundred ninety nine blew up the big screen and. Nineteen ninety nine was an extraordinary year for for movie releases an incredible movies came out and some real game changers. And it's it's often look back upon twenty years later as one of the best movie years of all time. And I'm very glad that somebody wrote a book about it. Because it's it's you know, Sinophile have have often gone back to nineteen ninety nine and said just wow, look at the list of the movies that came out that year, and Brian Raftery has written a book about it. And it's a really great book with tons of great reviews and history about the about the movies themselves in great interviews with people like ever Norton and Steven Steven Soderbergh. Matthew Broderick, David fincher Shamlan, and it goes on and on and on and it details in chronological order, but releases of some of the most important movies of nineteen ninety nine it's terrific. But we want to welcome. Brian to the show Brian. How are you? I'm good, Nick. Thanks for having me. So you you write for you've been writing for a long time. Tell me how you got into the writing business in the entertainment writing. Back when they used to have a lot of magazines. I started working at Entertainment Weekly, actually as an intern in nineteen ninety nine which was pretty great timing to work at a place like that we basically surrounded by some of the smartest movie nerves in the world. And you're living in New York and going to movies either on opening night or at screenings like I was kind of plunged right into the nineteen ninety nine movie as it was happening as I was just out of college, which was a pretty exciting time to be going to see being John Malkovich and three kings an election incite club, right in New York City was it was pretty spectacular year. Even even at the time it helped pretty special. Yeah. No, it did I've been reviewing movies here at at WGN since nineteen eighty five and you go back in time and look at like your favorite movies of the year. You look at your top ten lists or or things like that. And man seriously nine hundred ninety nine just stands out. I was was there something in the air. You think? You know, it's funny. You can look at it as coincidence. Like, oh, all these interesting kind of game changing movies came at once and it just happened to happen. But I really do think that it's more fun to look at the end of the nineties kind of what was going on. And it was I think it was kind of a collision of thing. The one is that, you know, the the big studios were in a little bit of trouble the end the nineties they were doing fine commercially. But creatively, they were really getting locked into a lot of TV at a patients or making movies like lost in space and the couple to and all the. Forgot about now. And I think some of the executives realized that as was happening. There was a lot of really exciting voices and movements going on instead of independent, film and music, videos and commercials. And so you have this really big talent pool you have this system, which is really interested in making new things and at the same time, you have this weird kind of strange y to K hanging over the whole last half of the decade and interviewed one hundred thirty people, but his book, none of them said, oh, I was thinking about why two k every day. But when you look at how these movies were kind of addressing a lot of big issues. Like, I mean, even even a great comedy office space is basically an existential crisis about a guy who realizes how unhappy he tries to up end his life. I think you have a lot of interesting kind of social and commercial that made it here possible to, but that's fun. You're absolutely right. It's it's, you know, you talk about how people who who remember what you know, the late nineties. We're like, especially as we got closer to the year two thousand the whole Y2._K thing was was was was massive and big and it loomed over everything and you open the book with this insane story. With involving Brad Pitt David fincher in Mexico. It kinda sums up the the anxiety that people were feeling at that time and tell everybody, you know, you don't need to maybe that ruined the story. But it's such. It's such a crazy and really really funny story in a really terrific way to open up the book, tell me a little bit about how you heard about that story. Well, those two guys that David fincher the director, and Brad Pitt the actor. I don't need to introduce who he is. But they had just made fight club. And it just come out. It had not been a big hit at the time. So they were spending New Year's Eve in Mexico on a private beach with a bunch of friends, and it was pretty much them with a few of the people and at midnight all the lights went out and these local cops showed up and wound up taking away one of their friends at the back of a car driving down abandoned road. And you know, since you're in pit are kind of known for the pranks, you can kind of get this story. Really was that the whole night sort of catches this whole kind of feeling that we all have the ninety which is like we're all joking about why? Okay. But actually, isn't it kind of scary really that we're all actually talking about the same thing. There is kind of fear of the computer going down when you look back and all the magazine articles from the late nineties. This is a really big concern happen, but we spend billions of dollars trying to make sure it didn't happen. So. It really could have gone the other way. And I think having that hangover, you know, the whole idea of the country changing having a hanging over your head for years, and realizing that it's kind of apocalyptic thing that's going to happen. And at the same time, we're just going through that late nineties the growth of computers in internet into whole feeling of speeding ahead. And it's like, wait. Wait, wait. Where are we going? Like, what's happening? I think we also felt like we got a little head of ourselves. And y two k sort of kind of hanging over all like, well, maybe this is the big deadline that we don't know rushing toward. Yeah. Well, it's interesting because I remember on New Year's Eve nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine I had some friends over to my apartment, we were just going to have a quiet night. We weren't going to go out. I did not, you know, get canned food and bottled water or anything like that. I was you know, I wasn't. I wasn't overly concerned. And then all my friends came over we hung out. And once you know, Australia didn't blow up we were like, okay know. I think there was a general feeling trillions. Okay. We're okay. Right. And then as city by city by city went and it just turned out to be just a pretty much uneventful regular New Year's Eve. But it was it was a hell of a year at the movies. You know that that that last night? I mean, it had been a really heck of a year. Did you purposely set it up to to to to do it in chronological order when you set up to to write about these movies? I think we kind of arrived at toward the end. We have change of structure around a lot a lot of movies that you could pull together the medically. I mean in a weird way, you know, you can write about like club and office space as sort of the movie you can link these movies that are all about these guys who are frustrated with their office jobs and one game. But we sort of felt like myself in the at the end, we're like, you know, why UK is when you mentioned why two K two people who were there, they instantly. Remember that feeling and also when you have a great story like David fincher about pulling an insane prank. I'm white. Okay. A little hard not to open up with that. That really captures the feeling. I mean, this is the year that was the matrix in being John Malkovich in all these movies over really asking these really big questions, but you sort of didn't realize until you walk that afterward. 'cause you're like what a really good movie, then you're like, wait a minute. What was that movie trying to tell me right on the films like that that year? It was it was it was really a pretty incredible incredible year. So let's talk a little bit about. About the about the about the the beginning of the year. And you the first movie that you write an essay about in interviews about is the Blair witch project, which was one of the main game changers of nineteen ninety nine from the way that movie was marketed, which was the first movie that ever really took place that really took advantage of the internet in its infancy. And to to just the way it was distributed and made a phenomenon it became tell me about writing Butler, which I started with Blair witch because he debuted at Sundance in January that year, and I think people think, oh, it was a big Sundance hip, but you know, the play which project was only bought for like a million dollars which back then in late ninety Sundance money actually, wasn't wasn't a huge huge huge amount. And people didn't know what to make of it. I mean for those who haven't seen it, you know, it's found footage movie about these three filmmakers, go out in the woods and appear. And you're seeing all from these cameras that they that were supposedly found is put it found. And it was made super-quick it was made super cheap. It was these two young filmmakers who really did put the three young actors in the woods for a little over a week and kind of torture them. And you can kind of see in the performances people follow Sunday's and they were like, oh interesting. But it wasn't until the internet really started picking up all the Blair witch, and these guys Dan Merican, Ed Sanchez directed the movie and wrote it they had a lot of they were very savvy about the internet. And I don't think they I don't even realize what they were doing a lot of the Blair witch was accidental. But what happened was they made this website before it even got a Sundance that was just very kind of cheap looking website with all these clues and people back, then there wasn't a social media to everything people. Some people were really obsessed with the Blair witch. And at a certain point at one point before he became the Sundance. They all these Blair witch obsesses called as one big Elliott radio show.
"brad pitt david" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Sounds great. You want to come to widen is just south of Bangkok? Why why hin way? Okay. Which way? Yeah. Okay. The student claims after she and her pals joined the tour paying twenty six dollars each they were told to jump out of a speedboat thirty two feet from an island is the speedboat was thirty two feet from the island. They got seventeen people on a speedboat. That's like a recipe for death. Yeah. Okay. They claim they were told to swim to shore before the men through just to snorkelling masks into the water for the whole group. And advise them to quote, stay away from the snakes. It gets worse. This is even worse. This girl is a caveman. She's nineteen. Her and her friends were forced to swim through jellyfish infested sea to the island, which was swarming with venomous snakes. No. After being left without food water or sunscreen for three hours, the friends were rescued after enlisting the help of local fishermen. Said Wall Street, we were at the beach three time and told us they sold snorkeling trips being gullible. We said, yeah. Okay. Because it was about twenty six dollars. So he thought it was a good deal. I was in the first group and we were really excited, but as we came close to the island, they stopped about thirty two feet away and made a swim to the island when we got to the island, the three men chucked us to snorkelling masks, which looks like they were from a discount chain or something and advised we keep away from the snakes understandably were confused and a bit concerned, and then my friend got stung by a jellyfish while swimming over because the waters are with them. This is when you just like what I have an m sixty machine gun did just shoot everything. People snakes jellyfish. I'm blasting. I need some ordinance laying around we can use please. Today's my flame thrower at a blast. This is when you want to have the flame thrower, we were terrified when they mentioned the snakes. I was concerned we were going to be trafficked or something cheese. Said one of the members of the group even said that they felt like I was a star on. I'm a celebrity get me out of here. The island the group were stranded was so secluded. It's not on a map. They were in Thailand. Now, they're sharing sharing their stories. We were there for hours, we saw fishermen, and he helped us contact the people who worked on the beach. It took a lot of effort and persuasion, but three men came and got us the journey back to Thailand was very quiet because everyone was so angry the icing on the cake. That when we got back to the mainland they wouldn't refund our money, which we have expected to get. What are you crazy? Right. I am going to the airport, and I am flying back to my country. Yeah. Give me out of here never discussing this again. And I'm considering that like eight of my nine lives used up right there. Golly. I'm John, and I are full grown men who have seen some life. You wouldn't get us to go. Do that. First of all when you're writing over in the boat. Aren't you? Like, hey, where's the snorkeling gear? Yeah. Yeah. Get it on a mask. Don, Don, kids, kids listening to this show, and parents just don't don't let the kids go anywhere on spring break. I'm adopting new policy. Nobody goes anywhere on spring break, you know, where you can go. The YMCA is nice. You take a bus you go to the YMCA play with your friends, go to the beach that we got a lot of beaches here. I would encourage anybody in England to come over here. We will not traffic you or Stingray jellyfish you or catfish you or bestowing snakes come to the United States to come to San Diego the apart of it. You know? I mean, this is we'll take you to Julian for some pie. And then we go to the beach. Can we really yes, you can? Then there's this. If you want to be convinced never to fly in an airplane. Again, was your dishes little report the seven thirty sevens. That keep the crashed a couple of times here. You got the lion air in Indonesia and the one in Ethiopia last week. Yeah. As the lion aircrew fought to control their diving Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight they got help from an unexpected source. An off duty pilot who happened to be riding in the cockpit. The extra pilot who is seated in the cockpit jump seat correctly. Diagnose the problem and told the crew had a disabled malfunctioning flight control system and save the plane. According to people familiar with the investigation the next day under the command of a different crew facing what investigators said was an identical malfunction the jetliner crashed into the Java sea killing all one hundred and eighty nine on board. So the day before the guy's like, oh, yeah. Flip that switch, and that's because everything is screwed up in here. They did it and they save the plane. He's on on that plane. The next day it goes into the ocean. Wow. I'm done, man. I think honestly, I may be in on a Cossio Cortez. We'll just take trains everywhere because trains, don't crash. They don't derail. You cannot take a train to a deserted. Thailand, you cannot take train. Can you take can you Jim? We know John you'd know. Can we take a train to Tijuana? They take the train into Tijuana. No. I mean, so we're not no there's no train to t- hormone this is. So look, I know there are people in this audience who routinely fly from San Diego to Tijuana. It's a very short flight. Really get a mini. You don't really get a drinker. Everybody in your seats. All we landed. Everybody. Thank you for flying. That fast. Get ready for takeoff. Just put you in a catapult Seton send you over into a big a big old net. Oh, yeah. I took a flight one time. It was amazing. So as long as you clear, the concertina wire that wire man, really, you gotta clear. One one of the most enjoyable trips. I ever took flying out of San Diego to John Wayne in Irvine phenomenal fight it was just so fast. In fact, it took longer to clear TSA than it did to actually fly. Say he goes Irvine. They're literally coming down the aisle throwing juice boxes that Jake Jake trick or anything to eat on this flight. No. Are you crazy? The wife is not working. I get on the WI fi need it. It's only three minutes. Three minute flights. Leave it alone. I paid for the I paid for the gogo WI fi. Hello. Hey, do you think you get like first class in those kind? Of course. Yes. That's a first class. Now, get the hell up and get out of time to go somewhere else. Excuse me. What are they going to turn the smoking alarm off? Just golly. Gee, eight hundred seven sixty I think I think we can move into a post aircraft world. Can you imagine how long if there were no planes? How long have we take for like businessmen to get from from here to to China? You'd have to take a slow boat. Yeah. That's it. Well, tummy assistant to police book the trip from March seventeenth it's when we're going to depart and we're gonna arrive in China on June twenty time for the new year. It'll be wonderful. No. This is great. I'm going to travel on a junk. And I'm hoping I can score some junk I love. Yeah. I love it. Boy. No, no. Wow. And let me tell you you. Take a flight you go Palomar airport right out to hemmitt. That's a day and a half. Then new green deal shares the time. We sure is amazing. I we're just gonna you know, we're going to do I'm convinced that instead of the airlines and instead of the the train travel we go back to the the pneumatics pneumatic cylinders like in the Bank in the nineteen seventies. When they would you'd have to put the check into the canister. And it would shoot up and then go into for whatever reason the door never opened for the thing. They'd have to fire it up through down into the teller. Wow. Really remarkable. They they tested that with monkeys. Put the monkeys to see if they could survive, they realized didn't work out, so well, they survive, but that teller would open acting with the check and the monkey would be in their peo-. Like, you would you put a monkey in the pneumatic tube, not happy? That's what he lawns doing up in LA. But he's going to do it with guards people people in their Brad Pitt David in that movie. Twelve monkeys. I don't know showing up seven sixty talking breaking news, Jim Sharpe. That's gotta unwired this like the speakers behind the wire buying the speakers. Jim what's the big story? Well, the owner of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots could be spared prosecution on charges of soliciting prostitution in Florida, if he agrees to community service and other obligations. Prosecutors said today that Robert Kraft is receiving the same offer as the other first time misdemeanor offenders caught up in the sting last month. Dutch police say they've arrested another man in connection with the deadly tramps shooting in you track police said in a statement that the forty year old man was arrested by heavily armed officers. Three people were killed three seriously wounded in yesterday's tram shooting officials at USCCA they may expel students tied to the college admission scam which could lead to college to throw out full house actress Laurie Lachlan's two daughters. The school said today, it has already place hold on the accounts of students who may be associated with the scandal. You're never more than fifteen minutes.