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"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Out. It's just really well done really well fun movie and <hes> here's here's old leonardo trying to get through a an airport that was crawling with people looking for him and he walks in with the number number of <hes> hand pay that starts off on the sidewalk. There's not an airport brian. I'm talking about in the airport. Just starts sidewalk yuki. You can't really think that you you have a good arguments. Arguments where your are my argument is that they're not technically in the airport there outside of what i was thinking of this this episode i was thinking things that we all have to deal with things that we all have to see things that we as passengers as regular people all adele. I'm not gonna have doc all dealt with the cannibalistic psychiatrist who is trying to help us find are missing daughter so it's the reason i love this scene so much. It's just such an idealistic look at what airports used to be hits miami international airport putting your criteria oliver less selfish ought to be breath. Y i mean that's usually you come criteria. I just wanted to be like airports that we can all relate to their on the property of the airport. The final counts a taxi off the runway. It could accounted your airplane true but i wanted airports. I wonder what you and i are dealing with for the last week except that we're seeing not the hangers hangers actually flown jets. We'd exco to hangar. I love that thing. I'm fine with it. You sound fine catch me forget so he walks through and it's just people smoking in there and and everyone's just happy and it's got a fly me to the moon or whatever playing the very peppy. It's just an idealistic look like lying. Comply with 'em fly. We have complied with me and makes you makes you want to just like b b b. Be a baby boomer so that you can actually have experienced that for a minute because you and i missed it. You're not a baby. I'm not fucking boomer boomer. Fuck catch me if you can two thousand two great great scene idealistic look at pan am which apparently was the only t._w._a. And pan am we're the only two airlines pre nineteen coordinated uh-huh according to the hollywood gordon hollywood there is no other airlines that ever existed whereas you're so happy and you don't have a fucking play fly into the moon or fly me away or take me. What's it called <hes> come. Come fly with me. I'm not gonna play that. Let's float down to peru and there's no there's no audio to be got here. It's just fucking encompass googling at the flight attendants which were called stewardesses back then home stewardesses brian. That's bad move. Call the guy stewardesses as good move <music> more thoughts than i have no more thoughts. I love the <hes> the set design. I loved i it just it takes it takes you a better example of how spielberg shits out movies like this that would be the crowning achievement of almost any of their directors. I first of all. I don't appreciate your <hes> crude. Terminology am shits out didn't need that brian and <hes> this was one of the ones that really spoke to his directing style and i think that he did a bang-up job and hall. No you know what they're doing. Retrospect i call my long at the tarintino new beverly theater doing the nineteen sixties period pieces really films that take place ninety-six exactly what we did a couple of weeks ago and they're actually just showing movies. He's just playing playing this week. Playing are episode like dan lobby village. Should i feel like they shouldn't have to hurt our top ten..

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

"It's almost textbook an airplane hangar in the plan right anyway we'll amount and he's not so he they fly from baltimore to tennessee to beat senator board hopefully share some information about buffalo. Bill could be useful the investigation instead he taught sir anthony yes any tonsure which leads to this very tense and terse exchange tommy senator and did you notice katherine esau. Did you breastfeed her now. Wait a minute. Yes i did tough indianapolis. The annapolis amputated man's leg can still feel it. Tippling tummy mom when your little girl is under slab weber let typical you bolt on strongly about about one hundred and eighty awed at blonde is pale blue. It'd be about thirty five now. You said he lived in philadelphia but may have lied. That's all i can remember but if i think about anymore i will let you know she turns to walk away and senator just one more thing slavia suit so good that is pretty good. It's great because hannibal lecter. Anthony hopkins is acting justice is because the mask covers his entire face pretty much just as is love suit. He didn't know what to do a lot because that that mass that absurd had on them he's gonna eat or like from from the <hes> from the <hes> the dolly they will about and from the slab the upright slab that they had him on yet. It is good. It's haunting to just hear the audio radio that makes it even more powerful. One cool audio trick that you're going to hear again later in my list is john the engine that world up as the same gets more tense since they kinda slip.

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Granted. They're not doing a great job of it but it's there's always a perversion of scientific <hes> impulse those really interesting. I'm going to lay off of my other new movie that i saw keep that for next week tip because we're we're getting absurdly. I saw a movie that i can't recommend to highly called our new president which came at sundance this week. I'll discuss that one next week and <hes> the ups and downs but instead. I wanna talk about jackie brown to australia around here. I went back and watched jackass fucking brown brian guess i'm done talking about. Let's say you're done. We've heard enough about the what i'm more concerned especially. I just talked about four months ago. Let's let's look at my other. Question was how gee there's account for being dark and sunny certain places if the earth is flat should the sun not. Here's the question that was never asked that bothered me. Is what happens underneath veers because if it's it's flat that means there's an underside what's going on down there guys. What's what's going on up is it. Is it like a little stranger things happening down there. Is it like ah coaster or is it just roots gemology monje ono jumanji trailer again and i laughed out loud again. I'm so ashamed brian. Why don't do that all right so you all talk about our new president next next week thoughts. Here's what happens gets as probably swilling wine sniffing if indeed do that on the plane if you get a fucking bottle of wine during tanker rocks so here's what i'm seeing brian watching the back of his head rest. I imagine watching these movies on all devices. Actually it's on your phone. You're watching it and you have all the time. The world deposit is it and write down your thoughts and that's we're all like in dealing with now. Do you have any more thoughts there that you wrote down. Do you need to to get these thoughts off. Your chest. Brian's did pause the movie to write them because it was on your device. Which is the same device did you did you paused. It went into a different app up to write to write some shit out. I've a lot and then you went back to the movie. This is not boding well for any list. There's a woman the movies. Did you watch. This wave right a lot. There's eliminate patricia steer and patricia. Steer is a podcast house. Also members also also in the movement is actually one of the movement by far much steer gets accused by other conspiracy theorists of being a c._i._a. Plant right like you're an operative and she named patricia steer probably a a lot easier knowing that you're trying to steer us. There's a lot of confirmation bias like you see something right. Assume it's a clo- wait. You're steer sears. You're you're trying to steer patricia of course it ends and produces all of her like oliver birth certificate and my license no look. It's my name and like yeah yeah right. That can be faked the trouble of faking all of this but i put the c._i._a. In my name is my name brian while you're doing literally like reviewing the movie like you like. You're trying to prove to teacher that you read the book. It's like we have seen the movie. We remember that part while you're parody in parts of the movie okay. Was it a thought or just like you're tearing observation. Is it because this was based on what i just saw okay so there's a lead up. I'm sorry to step leads me into it. It kind of amazing when kinda hate you so much so movie crazy. Conspiracy theorists is shockingly hurt when fellow conspiracy theorists started to develop conspiracy theories about them. It's like you're all about conspiracy theories until about you and your name or whatever to say anything and then it's like oh no that's not a good the guy the the the the guy the girl sitting in the audience at a improv show and she's on they're all about the jokes they think they're hilarious until they're about them and then no no. That's not so funny so we also different brian. I i don't remember if we have gotten back back to these microphones..

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Go through the auction catalog because the auction houses are they're not complicit implicit but they're certainly not raising a red flag because they're making millions of dollars off this wine roy. They don't really care if it's like four or it's gotta fit right and so the winemakers going through this wine auction of his wine and he's like no that's wrong. We never came out with that that year like kind of simple stuff gogel noble stuff so rudy was playing pretty fast and loose with the forging and mocking swollen by saying it catches up with them like they figure out that rudy's up to it. I loved it. How he has is a <hes>. Remember the fifty lawyers. I don't know if you remember this or not but they are doing backflips or client one point. They're like come on. It's y like their defense because you defraud a fraud people out of millions of dollars and they're all things that come on. It's why i think what this movie really exposes and shows like there are a lot of people who just wanna flash their money through money money around and they do it with things like wine which ignorance of most people they don't necessarily they wanna act like which is and that's why he got as far down down the road with getting away with it if hollywood jeff or rudy presented to me a thousand on the line and it was forged. I had no fucking idea. Wow thanks for sharing your thousand dollars. A year probably aspire to to be one of those people who could tell one day well. It'd be a nice skill to have. I don't know possibly get their dedicating your life but to that point. It's funny because there's a great great sort of come up its moment. Where hollywood jeff has this ten careful about revealing all sorts. It's just it's just a moment. It's a ten thousand dollar bottle of wine. He bought from rudy. He bought a case of them from rudy and he opened he opens it up with an actual like master saw a master small and a guy smells it and he's like he says some of the effects it's like i'm actually quite familiar at this wine the way it's supposed to and he's like this is not this is <hes> skunk shoes because it's gone choose to the guy you just pay ten thousand taylor's. A bottle is so funny washes. I remember watching this in bed with the wife and for whatever reason i never flicked it really i do that. Sometimes i'll see a movie. I'm like like i don't really want to talk about this. I think it was good enough. I enjoyed this bet but it but it wasn't even it wasn't even that much about why the art the art movies more that do the same kind of thing go banks exit through the gift shops a little bit like this. I the pollock movie where <hes> the trucker lady has the pollock and <hes> my five bureau could do all kinds of the world's getting fucked yeah. I like that this is that for wine and it's actually do this factors about wine. It's called sour grapes. There's not that much wine and here's mostly about the business and the auction and the scam. Let me ask you. Did you see the biggest movie that came out this week or did. We both fail at doing that. I didn't know good boys now for me. I i was gonna ask if it's worth seeing i've only been back for three. I listen i saw one. That's in theaters now. <hes> limited ed but i was looking forward to this for awhile and i'm excited to to discuss it here and hopefully spread the word a little bit about the peanut butter falcon a peanut butter falcon this is directed by duo tyler nelson and michael schwartz who <hes> they don't really have the kind of toiled and acted in some things pretty much their feature debuts for the could tell the star shy of the buff cello booth. I disagree dakota johnson. That's don johnson daughter. Who's her emma melanie griffith. That's right correct tippy tippy henry her grandma tippy had and zach had tip got's gin dotson got got to jin..

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Episodes in one week and getting ready to travel etcetera etcetera. My point is i've been dropping the ball anderson on flick fashions. I've not been pressing question continuing that streak. Oh no i'm making up for it this week. Oh jesus what else four dart. I will make her look. Why don't you begin to kick. Take it off there and get off the good thing about taking a six hour flight anderson across <hes> the ocean they do. They do not offer. <hes> wi fi is you. You can <hes> do the research at a time download. Some netflix movies and download movies to your device are some movies anyway. I was able to find enough. I think a couple of you maybe even even seen have you seen sour grapes. The double the way larry david the wind made me watch it. I did not because i never seen it. The you didn't sit out the forging of the wine the forging of the one you didn't okay williamson sour grapes then. I don't know why would watch this though unless you would from stub my nose in it. It's actually quite good and funny. Speaking speaking of line shoving your nose in it here couldn't help it here. The the rabbit misinformation being distributed across the luckily to a very very limited audience on the after his ass going going hard now. He's talking about something that i said on the after disaster now. Which is the more popular show. Go ahead you give it to me. Give me coming out with your fist daryl technically technically what i just said app disaster more popular ability show it is more more people like the disaster more people listening to this what people hitless and elizabeth give me give me the business. I was the business about about my wine taste yeah but not nearly as the business on this year program first of all just how people taste wind really stuck in my crime. You don't want to go down this road with me. I will break out emails from wine people from actual people that i work at vineyards wine masters and i'll read verbatim what they take your behavior. I would love to hear it because <hes> the the part where i want me to do that the part where i will do that right now where i said that i'm a member. I'll know susan that was fucking around around but the part where i simply laughing you laugh. You took note. I don't care if you laugh what set it up for. People who may not know what what's going on what the show who you are and they're like why is our movies being talked about what we went to a fine dining establishment we do have very high end steak house lowry's here on in beverly hills and and treated by the <hes> the lovely danubian cam comes on our show does red light green light from trinidad do love dinner and <hes> the idea of ordered a bottle. The wind came up so i said fine. This one right here looks good. I'll take a bottle of that service. You bring back. She opens it pours me about a half ounce taste which is due regrouped uh-huh and that's how it's done do you would you say.

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Castrol edge because it's three times stronger than leading full synthetic against viscosity breakdown. It is the best it is castrol castrol edge. Yes gina yeah in so many movies it for whatever reason it's just easier to follow when there's a a love story attached to it. There's there's a woman that you can kind of see. The perspective through played by the gods got zoe from us. That's a lot of our beautiful talented amazing. I wanted to know in general recapturing that part of your life because of this the nature of what happened has that been difficult. Ah romantically like it wasn't moving. Yes yes you know. Melanie's character is a combination of two different relationships that i was in. We decide site to bring it to one but yeah it was tough. It was tough to be on parole to be a registered sex offender dabbagh g._p._s. on my ankle have appro officer and to meet this lovely lady who wants to go out with me before we go out. I gotta tell you i'm a registered sex offender. I have a pro officer. I'm a g._p._s. Michael have a curfew. You know it was definitely tough off and you know it it it. It made it hard. It really made it hard but i'm i'm happy now. I i got a beautiful girlfriend. I got a six month old baby boy <hes> yeah so i don't have to worry about going out and being in a date and seeing today what's the what's the job now. What's <hes>. What do you do every morning. When you get get up. Take care of him. Take care my little my little king <hes> other than that. I sit only advisory board or to california innocence project national registry of exonerations. I'm still dylan nationally recognized speaker some constant traveling around talking. I just wrote my book came. On july second. Call was set me free <hes> and i'm i'm just don't advocate advocacy workman painting the ford and using this film now not only to share my story this representations so many others <hes> again in theaters coming up this friday. Brian banks the name of the movie name of the individual. Thank you so much for coming in here in here in her story with us a quick break. We'll come back with the news right after this the mass killings in a single day. I'm tim maguire the a._p. Newsmen at el paso mayor de margaux says eight of the twenty two people killed in saturday's. He's attack were from mexico was an act of domestic terrorism fueled by hate and evil individual. The young man accused to the mass shooting faces state capital murder charges in dayton ohio where another young man killed nine people and wounded a number of others before police killed him saturday night. People are demanding governments take action. The gainey grew up in the same neighborhood is a shooter in one of his victims his own sister who out the family because even their son was a villain they also lost a daughter that was innocent and no one's have to go through that north korea continues to show his displeasure with the joint us-south korean military the exercise by firing more projectiles into the sea south korean military officials report to more firings by the north makes it for weapons test in less than two weeks. I'm tim maguire..

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You got out and i and he said that pete carroll gave me a call. He was the first one to reach out. I you know i walked out of that courtroom. A free man i question i got from the reporters was what now and i said. I've been working out in hopes of trying often the n._f._l. There's a team out there. That's willing to give me a shot. I guarantee i outworked any player on your team and about a day or two later. My the phone rang was a guy on the other end of three one zero number and he's like yeah. I'm looking for linebacker certify. One and i'm like yeah you got the right number. Who is this is. Mi mam p cara caroline here. We were all all over again. It was his tenure gap before when he crewed in high school and he was at s._c. Harry were doing this recruit and dance all over again. It's pretty cool you at what twenty eight at that point. I was twenty seven at that point. He kept a real he said be. You've been out the game for ten years. You probably can't do nothing you know but i i know how hard you work back. In the day how good you are and your story is amazing. Your perseverance that we love to see what you can do right. I know you've been some things. Admittedly you've been through. Some things think about me for a second though u._s._c. Oh three three about how the how the two thousand five rose bowl could have been different with ryan banks failed not danzig housing of events yahoo and a very different apollo suffered as well as with that kind of speed. You would've shadowed vince young yeah. Had you playing basically center-field shadowing that guy god what a game i know vince young scored a six on the wunderlich test but we we know for a fact he didn't pay off young lady in two thousand yeah that was such a crazy and him going into the end zone and oh my god odd one own. You would have said what have been an everybody would have been thirty. It's ten yeah so that was brian's version of when the teacher said could you take these papers to the office instead of staying here make it his version of it never would have happened god. You must have had to relive that weird. You'd <hes> little exchange many times over as well right. You know what happened is movie out has has me reliving a lot of moments. <hes> some of them are tough. You know some are good to see you know i left. When i was kidnapped from the streets i left doering highschool football days friday eighty nine light so to be on on the films you know seen as we shot these scenes of high school football i just brought all those memories back but then also yeah that you know most of it is it's just tough to watch <hes>. Did you play with the shan jackson somebody wrote. John jackson is two years of behind me but also play with mercedes louis four. You're right you know. I remember yeah man and so my year was it was me yeah man. It was a hell of a team before we had a great team then so you ended up playing when you're at the atlanta falcons correct well <hes> actually four games men. I played the preseason with atlanta. The ended up led me go and the final cut and then a few other teams reached out and you know for me it was i recaptured a dream that was taken. I knew i wasn't gonna make a fool career at twenty eight in the n._f._l. Haven't been gone so long but the goal was to to restore a dream that was taken. You've how'd you taste yeah man. I did it i did it. The movie is out <hes> coming up this friday. It's again eighty percent on rotten tomatoes as as we speak speak now so <hes> it's good that trailer look great really really good and <hes> it's called brian banks and that's brian banks and <hes> what else let's see you guys think last question for brian. Let me hit castrol edge over here. Stronger under pressure engines can lose up to ten percent of performance due to friction action castrol edge with fluid titanium transforms under pressure. Keep the metal parts from rubbing and robin and you you need.

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Me. You know this is what i was doing for so long. I can get you a couple of months. Max pass something check out a sherri shepherd on henches new sitcom on netflix. I never thought of hers actor. Let alone a good actor but she was really on. Uh-huh excellent and gabriel iglesias is new net flicks sitcom my buddy kevin hench castor. Ask the principal the school and she's really funny like she's really good so i was like watching it going oh. She's got chops on a on a more personal note for the folks that that run the trailers in the moving terms of the order. They pick a tom cruise. One is a top gear our top gun <hes> i was watching brian banks trailer morgan freeman plays like the i don't know the elderly prison librarian next one. He's the president of the united states sadler butler follow now listen. I it's all made up but if you could put the top on inbetween between those two you got the whiplash one minute over the guy joined it ratings running the country come on now. Come on now suspend disbelief so much literally the next one. We're talking about morgan freeman though i guess he's got that kind of range but i'm just saying i want to believe that he's in the joint join handing out advice and library books also wanted to believe he's running the country but it's tough to their cues into art butler narda changeless follow them all over that so.

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Me that my lawyer didn't really fight for me that there was no evidence to prove this case even happened but here are was in prison with a six years since i was extremely extremely angry and i realized that all the the anger that i had towards the people that i felt were responsible. They probably didn't care more likely to know how i felt so does anger was simply simply from me. I was doing the job for the people that put me behind bars. I was destroying myself with this negative energy and so i had to make a change i had this epiphany one day which is kind of shown in the in the movie realizing that you know i may not be in control over the things that are happening in my life but i am in control over meanwhile going through these unwanted experiences insist and so just every day the fight in the struggle began <hes> became to be in control of my emotions and not allow my emotions is to control me. I may not be in control of what's happening in my life but i am in control over how i respond to it. What percentage you guys that you interacted with when you're incarcerated. You must've told him. I'm in here but i didn't do this. Yes imprison you. Don't talk about that. You know first of all you preaching preaching to the choir amana sent shit. We're all in innocent. He's innocent. She's and we're all innocent like or i'm innocent. I shouldn't be in here. I got thirty years. I really don't want to hear about what you're saying. You're innocent for i'm here and then to for me. You know the case that i was in there for rape cases such a sensitive dang as such. You know people find line on your in there for that. It's not going to be good for you so i wasn't going around saying i was innocent guilty or anything i i didn't even open up my case. Just because i didn't want people to know was there for did how did you sir all right. Here's a weird question a lot of times horrible things things happen to people like they lose a limb or something like that and then they go big picture and actually turn out to be a positive thing in my life. This horrible negative thing changed me turn me. I don't know how you're going to spin this one appreciate life. Did it make you appreciate the simple. Simple things did did it. Do anything that have any. Was there any positively that you can salvage from this yeah. I definitely yes. It was this. Is something something that i don't wish on anybody and if you ask me you know. Would you go back and do it all over again so that you know for whatever re i would say no. I would never want to experience again or even in the first place but did i learn something about myself along the way yes. I think that when you're taking away from everything it's not until you're taking away from everything that you truly discover what you have and has nine two year in the worst situations that you discover what you're truly capable of. I learned so much about myself in the worst moments of my alive and i discovered so much light within me and such a dark place and is this is not to say that <hes> you know we should all go to prison to become better people <hes> but but i do think that <hes> if we put the same amount of attention in and effort into our overall life wellness that we put into our jobs our family. Our priorities are the things that we love to do. You know we'd be better people <hes> but you know for me. It was just plenty of time to you just sit in one space and to contemplate life d. and also so many prime years so many earning years so many years you could have been out making fundamental stages of adulthood from sixteen to twenty two six birthdays at a little and also in terms of getting paid. I mean gene huge n._f._l. Career down a drain u._s._c. Can i well. There's a couple of thoughts..

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"We've seen documentaries and stuff about the very sort of villainous elena side of plea deals and how it's just you know it's constructed to move people along. It's convenient for people who aren't you and i. I'm wondering just <unk> accuracy wise in that in that scene. You really seemed to have gotten some bad intel from somebody who is supposed to be your advocate. The plea bargain is such an important part to the story and that's that's what i hope that people really do pick up on that we we have a judicial system. That's based off a please. Where ninety five to ninety seven percent of all criminal cases in the united states states ends in some form of a plea bargain only three to five percent actually go to trial and so it says a lot about <hes> you know th the being tough on the crime and having a high conviction rate in verses the moral and ethical obligation of seeking the truth in these cases what <hes> so if you've been if you were able to afford o._j.'s team of lawyers would this've ever come close to this. You know what i would say. If if i just had a lawyer who really cared i think the outcome would have been different. My lawyer never used d._n._a. In my case which was not present there was no dna never visited the suppose. What was it crime scene. <hes> never interviewed the people that i suggested that they should interview so i had an inadequate counsel. My mom soda house sold her car to pay his lawyer and his lawyer lawyers. Just wanted me to take a deal from day one. We later found out that she was on her way to becoming a judge didn't want to lose any more cases and so in some ways was trying to kind how to ponder cases are. There's this other part of life. It's like the realtor part of life which is when you're selling a house or something. The amount don't work if they're getting two percent or four percent they got a whack and half or whatever it is amount of work to get it to the price. You want versus. Just take what we got here. They get almost. It's nothing for that extra top little percent. That makes a big difference to you but to them who cares. Let's do it so they're like you. Find your own people. Oh who you're paying will work against you. Ll oftentimes. I think there's a chapter in freakonomics it wasn't it wasn't a realtor houses comparable houses of course same bedroom pay mouth self or whatever it is five to ten percent higher of their clients because their motivation with the client's house is to get that sale done as quickly as possible on the next one with their own houses. Get every penny right right well. It's basically like saying we'll just take this deal right now and i'll get ten thousand dollars. I don't want to work super.

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"It's time to check adams voicemail. Hey man moments in the virus movie dombi movie where they say that they've lost containment payments that the virus is spread and there's no hope for humanity sacremento area and i was a nice smartandfinal the other day in the freezer intersects on and i saw i feel a box of eighteen dodger dog. We've lost containment. We're all gonna die. You can leave us a message at eight eight eight six three four one seven four four brian banks in studio. Oh so cool that the move is called brian banks and you know it's not the blindsided bryan just saw the full trailer trailer when i was in the theater with my son or the weekends it looks fantastic and <hes> so happy you're out here. <hes> jeez where to start art so you're playing for a long beach poly jackrabbits yes and crabs aaron rodgers their great team a great football powerhouse out out here in this neck of the woods woods and your stand out in highschool verbally committed u._s._c. or junior year so obviously when you're talking about big time <hes> programs your junior year you are a standout. What what are your positions in high school yeah so two two thousand two going into my senior year. I was playing middle linebacker. I was ranked eleventh in the nation. I was being recruited biology. One d two schools and verbally committed made it to u._s._c. on a full scholarship so i had every intention after my senior year to transition over to u._s._c. What were your <hes> bryan. We'll have to see what was your what does your dimensions back then. As a as i was sixteen six one to twenty four four nine hundred forty i i was big and fast and fast and how did this whole thing. Go down. <hes> what happened yeah so there was this this was summer school going into my senior year and i'm on campus <hes> waiting for a film crew to show up to they were doing a documentary about our football team and they were late so i stepped out of class to make a phone call borrowed a fall from a friend and <hes> the teacher said of you and make this call take these papers to the front office which is pretty crazy because because it initially i was just gonna step outside to make this call but my teacher had amis and papers and sent me across to the other side of the school so after leaving office delivering the papers i ran into a classmate school made a mind that i've known for some time and we exchanged in hugs and small talk and that led us to her going to the restroom and me walk walk in her there and she went to a <hes> building on our campus which was a seven hundred billion in in that building is known make out spot that everybody at that the time knew about she comes out the bathroom we small talk and hallway that small talk led us to go into this make out spot together which is going up the elevator down a corridor full of classrooms and in session with teachers and whatnot so you got to be ninja silent getting across you get down there down two flights the stairs and right at the bottom of this land is a little nook that the doors can only be open from the inside in the top is covered by the staircases slow. Hello private space we kiss we touched we.

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Openly you wanna make your kid miserable. You wanna have a horrible childhood and being ill adjusted adult. Just weep to them. All the time you just just you just sit on twitter and you open the computer and you figure out mario lopez and you just tell them how outraged you are all the time jesus christ. It's the opposite opposite. Santa claus it really is the whole idea like whenever you talk to people about the easter bunny or santa claus the tooth barrier elvin the shelves and people go come on you. Fucking six letterman joy excited about it. They'll they'll find out about aids vietnam and the ted offensive laying land d._j. Callen not in that order this inside you'll find out all about herpes and everything else and everything else plenty of time for that but for now i'm just believe in santa about that or the tooth fairy you going in woking them at a premature age and being outraged by everything is the the opposite of that. Let the kids grow up with a war in a third world country. It's like the the rod child all those innocent things you know. Why do why do that to them right right so so <hes> anyway. He's trying to keep his job. He's not sorry that's his opinion and who gives a shit but now he's got a job and he wants to keep that job at access hollywood. Could i like mario and i understand what they're doing. They have kids. They bills and they have a job. Well and that's the kind of tweets that really freaked me out like on a personal level will being in the business we're in and i don't know i just kind of sends a shiver down my spine. Once this came out a lot of people tweeted things like good luck getting work again mario good luck ever finding the job again and it's like oh god you say one thing that someone doesn't agree with everything you've worked for. It doesn't matter anymore yeah. There's also been misinterpreted to so exactly what he said. Raising in kids we transgendered is dangerous dangerous to make that determination at a young age. It's it's splitting hairs a little bit but it's also different is the same thing let's not always err on the side of super negative when they do the headlines dangerous. You know they always do that. Were awaiting spin it up. I highly doubt that one person person who had a problem with this actually saw candice owens and goes on prager you and just all of a sudden was <hes> outraged not to be devil's advocate but lopez hasn't missed a day of work since his thirteenth birthday. It's time you take a little chance. The rest of rethought this old thing billy bush doors hundred asking me to your health is twenty seven years of uninterrupted work in the business working multiple jobs over yeah. Let's take a break. I mean he probably i mean mario lopez. That guy landed on saved by the bell. When he was thirteen or fourteen he has not missed a day of show business work. Since since one thousand nine hundred ninety two he's been on camera every week of his life..

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Kimmel. Take it all away see how long it takes them to get back to where he is this or anybody who's good at the mark arrogance or whomever just strip it all away and then just see see how long they'll be back <hes> pills yeah yeah all right anyway when brian banks come in here and we'll we'll talk about this. <hes> had a weird so we were talking sort of weirdly whoa about what a weird coincidence that my first agent john ferriter past week and a half ago as i was writing a text with his name minute he was literally passing simultaneously on a thursday night at ten o'clock <hes> they discussed it. <hes> bryan made a comment about howard appea- does my old manager off the cuff. You could have been our libya's yeah and <hes>. I don't know if we have a clip of that or not but do we maximum sorry. Just i have it all right so i'm like sitting there and i'm kind of thinking about it. Okay what's a funny response to this. Jimmy doing baby doll and whatever you're and i basically wrote well this well. Let's say i've been wanting to try out my john ferriter character and this that's all i needed to see funny shit thursday. I i picked a super obscure guy from our past from twenty years ago i picked guy and i knew it was an agent that jimmy would know but i wanted to make an insanely obscure and haven't brought his name up and he has brought his name up and he doesn't too on the nose the easy well howard pitas past. Let's never mention any names again..

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You know i do that stand on my head and joint but this is a lifetime sentence of what i got sorry but but i'm still very much incarcerated then last year. Brian banks kind of facebook friend request from one eddie gibson. Mr banks caught my son freddie and ask him what should i do. My son naturally says hey you gotta call my dad. He'll help you with this once. I was able to read the case. There was no doubt in my mind that the show man was innocent perished devised a plan to clear brian banks name. He wired his office. We have the pin like this with hidden cameras sitting in this penholder and with microphones phones. Put the auto vice in that tree right there behind her. We saw that. I suggested banks. I invite gibson to his office for a friendly chat about their past researchers. Ryan banks asks gibson for help in clearing his name. Oh go through. She's afraid of losing all that money from her settlement taller money they gave us. I mean they need to pay may be right now. Comes the hard part banks head to convince gibson to come back the next day and talk to the private eye who was helping free him. I needed to get her to basically recant everything that she said that brian and did ten years ago. If i let this man down i would have to live with that the rest of my lighten. The mood in the room was light but investigator parishes questioning got heavy heavy now the big question when when she said those things. What did you say to yourself. Wow i got it was the key evidence that banks lawyers from the california innocence project needed to go back to court that undercover video got brian banks rape conviction thrown out banks lawyer justin brooks while the videotape is a slam dunk in the sense that she's recanting her testimony. She specifically saying that he did not rape her. Parish has had big celebrity cases and well-known clients but this assignment had a different kind of payoff. No i had an opportunity to make a difference in the man's life and finally finally what about one and a gibson got all that settlement money after making a false accusation we asked the d._a.'s office and the school district if they plan to try and recover it did they wouldn't comment but banks and private. I say most of that million and a half dollars settlement has probably been spent you know in fact all a lot of the <hes> neighbors and even some friends have come forward saying that money was spent left and right and cars it is or listen to that when she showed up for that meeting she took a bus didn't even have a car to drive twenty-eight-year-old at all right breath. Of course she doesn't have the money. It never works. It never works. You can't just i just give you money. What what if you were raped. Okay here's some money. It's like okay that fixes what you buy your friends a couple of cars you go back to zero. You have no skills to earn that money whether it's lottery are your settlement or wherever. How often does it work that you get a large sum of money but you haven't acquired the skills necessary to keep that money. It doesn't work i i it's it's we're now in a part of our society where we're like. We need to make college free or forgive the debts or do who are reparations or give this. It's not the lump of money that makes the difference. I'm sure i mean it's been said a million times of reverse engineer at take steve jobs are the most successful people you can find in strip them of nothing. Take just take jimmy kimmel..

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"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"From girolamo studios in glendale n'dale california. This is the adam corolla show adams yesterday. The subject of the upcoming film brian banks former n._f._l. Linebacker brian banks with gina grad on news ball brian on sound effects in danish exeter for good sports and now he also has hatred in his heart but only for traffic veggie pizza land of the lost non dairy creamer his parents spelling and d._j. Callie adam corolla bay man spelling drew first blood. They're the ones who signed to spell the words they decided so they drew first blood with the ace man. I was a good day geographic. I got it. I got it. <hes> the brian banks stories very interesting. I have not seen the move as saw the i saw the trailer for it in the movie theater watching shock heavyweight intellectually high-concept guy coming out soon so we'll talk to the real brian banks very interesting story i i am i am i went home and i did a little research on it. I am so appalled and surprised by people's ability meaning the woman who accused him of rape. It's not really worried worried about him rotting in prison. She's worried about having to give her money back that she got the settlement store and it's like wow. I didn't know we're gonna be so when i was a kid we had like bank robbers and cowboys and black hats and white hats. I didn't know the general state of if humanity would be this bad. I didn't know there were a lot of low grade criminals once you get sued if you times you start to really realize oh everyone is just sort of lax character and has ended their criminal spectrum. Yes enduring whenever you're getting sued. They're just saying things about you that you've never said has ever like oh an old and they have a lawyer like oh. They'll just do anything at any time. They'll say anything to just. It's all for a couple of bucks. Yeah you're talking to people who did see the movie and she's not the portrayed well yeah. Her mom definitely worse so i took a little dive conflicted. The mom has just been conflict whatsoever. I took a dive into this on the internet. I popped up on this news story. I think it was like local like joel grover something like that out here and it just certain capsulated the whole thing so before brian banks comes in here i think i'll just let this play out about four minutes. Long it kind of just covers the the whole thing and it's it works in an audible form so go ahead and hit it tonight. The inside story of how brian banks got his accuser accuser to admit on hidden camera that she lied about his raping her tonight. The i team's joe grover joins us with this exclusive story joel. It's just just remarkable. It absolutely is and the man you're about to meet has so far stayed out of the limelight but tonight. That's about to change now private. I freddie parish rush is telling the n._b._c. four. I team how this amazing undercover sting went down that helped make brian banks a freeman nothing you're watching never before aired video of one at a gibson and brian banks in the minutes before her stunning confession fashion that she lied when she said the high school football star raped her ten years ago camera here wasn't a plant. This is the man who helped banks. Get the now famous confession on hidden camera private investigator freddie parish..

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Giants owner John Mara hopes rookie Daniel Jones never sees the field this season

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Giants owner John Mara hopes rookie Daniel Jones never sees the field this season

"Rookie quarterback daniel jones solid performance in the preseason debut at a lotta giants fans getting excited about this year but they might wanna pump the brakes after hearing pain what giants owner john maher said when asked how he'd like this season to unfold ideally like unfolding for the seat of beyond hope. Eli has a great a year game. Never sees the field. I mean in an ideal world that you'd like to see that by the end of the day is going to be decision by the head coach to win for if

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Greg Kinnear on preparing to play California Innocence Project attorney for "Brian Banks"

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Greg Kinnear on preparing to play California Innocence Project attorney for "Brian Banks"

"Academy award nominee Greg Kinnear portrays real people on the big screen he's played Philadelphia Eagles coach Dick vermeil and president John F. Kennedy he's not taking on the role of California innocence project attorney Justin Brooks in the new movie Brian banks of based on the true story of NFL prospect Brian banks who was convicted of a crime he did not commit when he was seventeen in addition to starting the California innocence project which has exonerated over thirty people some people been locked up for ten twenty thirty years he's also a tenured professor is a lost and so you know I just wanted a course to hang out and see how he does his thing and of course I was the stupidest guy in its class that day the movie arrives in theaters this

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"brian banks" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"brian banks" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Geico presents aches. Another voicemail from your roommate shepherd's yup roomy. Hey a piper in the basements completely flooded anyway. I call for someone to fix it but in the meantime i was thinking we could finally have that indoor pool party. We will always wanted it got them. Coolest wine floaty things already go and could you pick up some chips on your way home later. The geico insurance agency could help keep your personal property protected like if you'll roommate isn't the brightest pool float in the flooded basement visit geico dot com to see how easy it is to switch and save on renter's insurance when brian banks lined up at linebacker for the atlanta falcons in a preseason game against the cincinnati bengals in two thousand thirteen. It was a dream a decade deferred falsely accused of rape by high school classmate. Thanks spent sixty two months behind bars ars for a crime. He didn't commit at the time of the wrongful conviction. The junior at long beach poly high school had plans to head to u._s._c. under pete carroll that all fell apart in his journey back to freedom. Nevermind football is now the subject of a feature film. It's based off of his book. What set me free published in july and the movie when the two thousand eighteen l. a. film festival audience award it hits theaters friday. Brian banks joins us now from los angeles. Brian is great to talk to you. Tell me about what that feeling was like when you lined up with with the falcons for the first time i guess the back man talk about dreams restored just to be in that moment with the fellas that camaraderie and brotherhood to just have everybody be in support of this moment that dream of of plan in the n._f._l. There's something i just can't take back having my mom in the stands and i'm just running out onto the field man to flames in the air and the crowd cheering. I remember getting to the for d._r. Line and just taking a knee and thanking god man and just just relishing the moment. I <hes> made it. Did you ever think you'd get back to that point. You played a high level of high school football for those who don't know cal poly is a serious foot pulse school. You had a lot of guys on your team. That ended up going into the pros was a party to thought man. I never thought i'd get back to this point on any level. Yeah there was a long period of my life that after my my wrongful conviction took place that i just what i hoped for was just normal just to get home and just have a normal life and just move on from all the the traumatic experiences so <hes> to take that one step further and pursue a dream that was taken away and accomplish it man. I you know above and beyond one of the things that people look at this situation and they're saying they go man. Young brother gets accused choose or something he didn't do. How is it possible that he even remotely made it out of that circumstance to california innocence project or something. I think a lot of people don't necessarily know a ton about. Please do tell america what exactly that is and how it helped you you man in california. Innocence project is a stupid law firm clinic based in san diego at the cow west the law and what they do is the noble worked at some people are shy away from and others <hes> try to ignore and say that it's not happening but they go back into the courtroom in appeal cases where people have been wrongfully wrongfully convicted on deserves justice and the truth to be told and they do a free of charge man out of the kindness of their heart and small grants from the government and the others donations from from the public so i'm always advocating for them and employing people to go to california innocence project oregon and donate some money and some time and be a part of it harvey can if i may ask how how did you find out about them at the time of your circumstance the man their name is actually if they they float around prison man and people know if you if you've been wrongfully convicted convicted <hes> and you need somebody to save you <hes> you may want to reach out to them i think because they got the respect and and you know the the track record that shows that they can go in and and get the job done you personally you wrote the book. What was that process like in terms of revisiting the trauma and in terms of putting your ideas down on paper to share with others yeah yeah it was tough. I'm not gonna sit here in line to say it was easy. It was one of the toughest things that i've had to do. <hes> is to unlock a lot of doors <hes> to pass that i've already close off and moved away from not only reliving it and thinking about it but now having to write it down and explain it in detail for a person to understand the experience <hes> you know it took a lot but it is also necessary is one of those situations where these stories can no longer be swept under the rug and <hes> you know. I have to be a representation for others and speak on it so i did. You've seen you smile a little bit in terms of where your life has come now. There's a hollywood movie coming out with what's it like to see your own representation on film with so many actors and people that we all know well from their work it yeah it's a real contrast of my life from one one end to the other other <hes> but i'm just taking it all in stride. I'm excited and thankful that you know my stories was my family's story is being told but moreover <hes> just having this opportunity arpad sooner needs to be a representation for the many of the people that are currently as we do this interview in a cage like an animal for something that they didn't do this is unacceptable and i'm hoping that this brings the awareness and attention to the space of of wrongful conviction that a deserves what we need to end this quickly for those who don't know what are you doing now and also also have you learned about yourself overall in this whole process in terms of you know really getting a story on him and i'm i'm speaking now and i've i've been travelling the country as a as a motivational speaker <hes> i'm a life coach i sit on the advisory board of california in this project and the national registry of exoneration and just wrote that book was set me free so just damn busy z. man <hes> you know trying to pay for it and do it. I can <hes> but but just <hes> just what got me through it and why i'm here today. I think was just really knowing that you know i i couldn't allow one moment in time to dictate the duration of my life knowing that i want it more for myself and that i wasn't what had been accused of and labeled as you know it was hard for for me but i think it was even harder for me to give up <hes> and so just like that man i i i just couldn't break and just allow <hes> <hes> the the the naysayers to the final say in my life. This is mine brian banks. Thanks for joining span heck of a journey. Thank you brother presented coming up. Meet meet the man behind. I am calling the best bust of all time kiddos sportscenter.

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The Long Road To Freedom And The Screen For 'Brian Banks'

The Frame

07:02 min | 1 year ago

The Long Road To Freedom And The Screen For 'Brian Banks'

"Then a bike accident changed his entire attitude about life and the movie business and put on. I'm a new movie opening friday. Tells the true story of brian banks. He was one of the nation's best highschool linebackers and hoped to play in the n._f._l. But in two thousand and two he was falsely accused of rape and spent almost six years behind bars banks. Thanks also was required to register as a sex offender with the help of attorneys from the california innocence project banks was exonerated in two thousand twelve the movie about him is called brian banks and it was shot in and around memphis tennessee two years ago and that's where i met with the real brian banks and he has some specific the civic truce that he wants people to take away from the film that bears his name ninety five to ninety seven percent of all criminal cases in the united states in some. I'm former of a plea bargain. Only three to five percent of cases actually go to trial so when you're sitting there at night late night watching law and order done done you know those are three to five percent the cases that go to trial everybody else's play into some kind of deal but it doesn't mean that ninety seven to ninety five to ninety. Seven percent of people are guilty. He means they're being forced into deals. Ellsberg's <unk> into deals feared into deals. Our system is built on a plea bargain the the incentives the perks and the promotions that a district attorney receives from a high conviction rate is a problem if we were to remove those rewards if we were to remove those those incentives and if we were to enforce punishment for wrongful convictions. I bet a lot of stuff with slow down. It's unimaginable to think about what you you went through but you're having to relive it because what this movie is doing is revisiting. How bad evidence was admitted how was used to put you behind ars the decision that you made at basically at the point of a gun in terms of accepting employees. What is it like to watch your life replayed. It's like i don't want to see that. I can't go there but you. You were onset watching this. No actually absolutely there. Are you know it's there are parts of this film. That wall is being filmed. I won't show my won't. I won't come into onto set that day. <hes> you know <hes> for example the arrests saying when i was arrested at home and you know my mother i remember my mom you know dropping to her knees and screaming louder she could plead in god to to not let this happen you know and so when they retrieve seems like that there's no way i'd be close to it but there's a lot of other parts that although are tough to be around around for the purpose of authenticity <hes> and you know truthfulness and what really happened. I felt like it's my duty to be there. Because at the end of the day <hes> <hes> this movie is not only just from me or to california innocence project but the many other people who have experienced wrong accusation wrongful conviction or orme experiences somewhere near future you know and then it also gives people who have never experienced or know nothing about this world to get a true and accurate p._o._v. of this is what it is to be wrongfully convicted this was to be picked up off the street for something you didn't do and by the time they figured out that they made a mistake ten ten years of your life have passed ready and and let's go to other slide other slide and action for the film's director. Tom shadrack telling the brian banks. Story is a departure from the movies that defined his career once the most sought after comedy director director in hollywood. He's known for films like ace. Ventura pet detective with jim carey and evan almighty was steve carell but after a bike accident left him with post concussion syndrome shady reevaluated his life he sold his mansion renounced materialism and left los angeles for memphis where he has family. Here's shadrack talking to the cast and crew on the set of the brian banks moving and so this is i believe where your generation can take the human species. She's in the future which is seeing our jobs our careers as service industry to help uplift each other thereby being uplifted ourselves so with that said <hes> under that mindset shadrack who's making his first feature in ten years says that he's taken up projects that stray from his mostly comedy background being a creative person who wants to stay involved in active i started teaching and i've been teaching for eleven years and that drew me to memphis and i taught here and i experienced the themes of these movies. The lives of my students i i saw kids arrested for being black. I saw the injustice that brian experienced on maybe more intense 10-scale <hes> happened my students thrown in jail for crimes they didn't commit with no evidence and no resources <hes> to get the legal help that they needed to argue their case to who prove their innocence and i could feel it in my heart when i read brian story and as much or more when i met him because brian is the right microphone and for this ideology he went through an extraordinarily difficult <hes> shadow but came out beaming like the sun and i met him and knew that it was something that <hes> i wanted to be a part of the try to bring the story to the world as emblematic of a larger issue in this country there are things that are are parallel in my mind between what you went through what brian banks went through and i'm not gonna compare them but both of you had horrific things happen to you. That were none of your own. Doings brian was unjustly accused of a crime. He didn't commit and served multiple years in jail for that crime. You had a bike accident and suffered post concussion syndrome but both of you had will call an epiphany. You had a moment where you're able to kind of step outside of your lives and look at your lives a new and different way and come out the other side side with new direction new focus new perspective. Do you think your lives even though they're not identical have some sort of mirrors in them and and what happened to brian spoke to you on a level beyond just filmmaker who sees a good story that connection beyond that yes i think there's an i am not likening what i've gone through to to the deep pain that brian's through but yes there's an absolute parallel and not just with me and brian but you and brian and everyone in brian and <hes> it is the hero's journey we face obstacles brian's was in a tense obstacle of losing five ten years of his life a chance to play professional football apple and he turned that darkness when he was unjustly accused of a crime and he's turned it into light and that's the opportunity

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