20 Burst results for "Brokeback Mountain"
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Me throughout this movie because that's really the crux of it right like there will be things in your life and a everybody's experienced things like this. You don't have to be a star-crossed gay lover to have experienced this emotion. The the idea that there's something that you desperately need in your life and you're unable to get it for whatever reason whether it's You can't fuck in moved somewhere. You wanna move or get the job you want to be with the person you want. It's that has happened to just about everybody. And that's like the main. The biggest thrust of this movie that comes across to me is jack's feelings in. This movie are not unrequited but anak ship all right you can't. There's nothing you can do about it but he can also can't live with it. It's like that that's a hard thing to just stand it right. No rains on this thing. Do you think the the concept. I've been become aware of because i've learned so much new shit in the last fifteen sixteen years From where. I live my life before but like you know i. I read a lot of Thought that like bisexuals have than nine barrow near folks asexual have And there's this concept of of compulsory roll especially in like a lesbian circles compulsory. Heterosexuality whether you get in environment you get in a culture where like you're kinda told the like sexual pleasure and desire really isn't something that like women kinda do or feel or experience is certainly not in the same way of men and that like everyone just pairs off male female that it doesn't even occur to some young lesbians that like. Oh god actually do like girls. And i don't like men sexually because i guess you know why would i. Why would i. My mom didn't like my my dad's sexually and she only did you know had sex of purpose of procreation etc. I think that like..
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Bald Movies
"She probably found out post posthumously that he was involved in that maybe and then like so. That would be connecting the dots right like she might not have known who he was involved with but it now was starting to click when in his caller totally see that being what happened because a completely asymmetrical like they point out in the movie that like jake always went up to see him and oklahoma so like she never got to see them. The way the michelle williams did guess. That's the other question i had is like. Why michelle williams. Pull that out of heat. They already been. She'd she'd known the anytime they'd already been divorced. She knew within a moral certainty what was going on. They seem like they had you know she remarried. The kids were happy. Heat is happy. He's not like you have to worry that he's going to have another gay cowboy. Relationship and scandal is a family. Didn't seem accuse interested in that. In fact i don't think i don't think he has it within himself to start like i don't think he's got like What jake had where he could go make passes at people in public Why did she do it. I don't really know. I mean clearly. I wasn't crazy and it is actually. But like i feel like i don't know and it's been eating at her for a long time. I i i can understand why she did it. I don't know why she chose that moment to do it do you think is daughters new because i felt like there was a little bit With the mara rooney performance like she kinda hinted around the maybe junior. Yeah yeah maybe. Maybe i'd have to see it again to try and figure out. Well that's the thing. It's tough because again. Like i can't say enough how this is aggressively the story of of Jake and eat leger. It's movie doesn't really concern itself with anybody else. Other than like if they introduced a daughter or a woman or something else has always been to how men feel about the relationship with each other. I think it's pretty subtly constructed. I don't think it's like you. I think we were both surprised by the fact that we didn't spend more time on brokeback mountain. Early in the movie and seeing that relationship develop for longer but then it gets it gets way more subtle toward the end with like who knows what in who's hiding things and or are they hiding from. And what are they feeling about these relationships in any given moment it's yeah it gets very subtle and very complicated toward the end as it should right as this relationship would yeah. I remember out of context the the german line. I wish i could quit. You like that. Became a meam House and five..
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Bald Movies
"You know they do a great job just painting that picture with wardrobe like you can see heath ledgers close. Haven't gotten much better. Right over. The course of then yeah twenty years or whatever whereas jake joe walsh shows up wearing brand new had. There's not a speck dirt on it. Brand new co like his truck is pristine fucking truck that heath ledger is driving. Oh my god. Don't make them like the they don't make trucks like these anymore. The would know withstand the kind of abuse that he's putting on that truck and still running for twenty years. No it's funny because you see like heath ledgers live in like bombed out old trailer and there's a couple of times where we see the jake dillon. Halls essentially living in the plains. Texas nineteen seventy five version of the henry hill house from goodfellas. Sure it's the exact same level of taste and sophistication. It's just central plans texas instead of fucking crime syndicate new jersey. But oh my god. That house Can we talk about that a little bit. Like the the blue purple velvet chairs The the like cow skulls hung up on this. Like what i was it was it was crazy. How much at all was.
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Because like is. I had my notes like i cannot believe. We traded this in for an office at some point in our you know and i guess like cavemen probably like i can't believe you traded this in for like fucking agriculture. Like the fact that you've guy like yeah just like the simplicity of it like you know you gotta split would and cookbook. You gotta split. Would cook food Make sure you have shelter and then make sure the sheep or doing okay. And that's your job. Man no spreadsheets not tps reports. No time cards you get your shit done you can fuck you can carve horse if fuck you buddy in do so much bonus so much. Bonus time I was really envious of that kind of the freedom of that lifestyle. And and the. I don't know the wholesomeness of like you know. Working with their hands with the land sea in return for it. You know the sheep or getting bigger. They're having babies all that stuff like that. Seems like it's really rewarding on the flip side No air conditioning. No heating no indoor plumbing the bugs constantly up your ass the mountains. I don't know about that. I feel like you don't get. It doesn't get buggy up there. That's the the saving grace airs. Always up your ass. Bears bears up to asses of bad predators. Like i feel like the trade off has been totally warranted..
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Pov is entirely from heath ledger and he's got have two times through the jake. Does i think yeah. Yeah it's he's he's definitely like if you're you have to pick a lead in his lead heath. Ledger is lead the yeah. He lost to george clooney in syria on it while. Yeah that seems like a nothing burger. Yeah right cereal's that's that's the dc here. People still talk about that performance in hush tones. Take out the best. Supporting actress was a shell williams. She had nominated but she lost to rachel vice in the constant gardener. I saw that movie. Yeah sure she certainly has a lot more screen time. Maybe that's the thing like there's the formative strong but like it's there's nothing. None of these women are in this movie for any fucking longer than half the absolutely have to be to serve that the hitter markson and delivered the emotional payload and it's probably appropriate. Does is not their story grades their love story but like yeah i think if she had another ten minutes of screen time that would have been at a top recall and the seventh and final nomination here was best cinematography which was actually taken by it. Memoirs of a geisha I mean that's a beautiful film in different in in a different kind of way. Yes oh i guess yeah. that's That they did there those. These are both gorgeous gorgeous films. I tend to go be more impressed by like the great outdoors. And how you frame it and things like that and you know like and there's also a lot of set design like Jake's mom and dad's house like that white like everything just fucking whitewashed like. That was a really cool visual look and the way they shoot things and angles they get and like waiting for the right for boating. You know storm front rolling over two mountains. Like i prefer that but like yeah. That's that's not that's not a tragedy. Travesty i guess now i haven't seen the movie but it's reputation proceed. I will say this. I didn't know anything about this movie other than a quote unquote gay. And i guess i was. I was i did not. I was expecting that to be kind of coming of age film. And i thought that we were going to stay on the endless summer and brokeback or yes a much larger chunk of the movie then we ended up like for shy was i was kind of like heath ledger. When i found out that thing was being cut short i was like what the fuck i was borderline. Outrage dismayed is disappointed. I lack it. There's like two. Almost you know is an hour. Forty five minutes of this movie lap. What's going on there is i. I guess that makes it a little bit more Poignant the fact that thi- this love affair is all based on something to happen when they're so young so short But yet so real that they both held onto it for four years of various marriages and careers and not seeing each other. Not sending a single ladder note. A phone call Yeah verizon's like late teens or early twenties. Sure i remember that time certainly. I also thought that that was It was going to be more of a seduction. That's the other surprised me that like that. There would be kind of like some passes and some like him and han about it but like win that that scene happy like when you know 'cause i you know got cold act too drunk gonna have to intend to. I'm like okay. This is how things are going to start but like it just escalated really quickly and then you know Became kind of like you said this toward love affair d..
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Bald Movies
"That jake dillon hall was Listening to as he was driving away from because you know he he's got a divorce and he's thinking oh we can start start living their lives away. We want him to and he's like us. They got these girls. And i still gotta work and sends him packing and he's listened some patsy kline eternal love kind of the ad the really the really match the mood and and something like i could say like you know. What do they call that. The exa genyk. What's the words coming. Oh taya genetic digest dick. Were the the music's coming from a visible place in the ray nike. Just see like one of those things where it's like i fee. Everyone's had the experience we just got. Your heart broke and you turn on the radio. And they're playing. The satisfied can song. And just fucking kicks your ass like i. I felt like that's where those pieces were used knows really effective. The shame i guess of the awards is as good as heath ledger was. He couldn't outdo philip. Seymour hoffman capote. Which hats pretty. I mean man. That's those are. You know i've seen capote we did a podcast on it and i remember being very impressed out like what a huge transformation. Philip seymour hoffman. Who's got so much range. He can be a lady killer in plausible like womanizer in The mister mister ripley and he can be. Truman capote yeah. That's that's tough. That split some pretty fucking there really is man. i like. I like way talked about that. Ended a tragedy of heath ledger dying. That time is just like probably the most tragic hollywood death in my generation. But then you got philip seymour. Hoffman there too. But his his career not cut short but like we got robbed of old man's at nothing else old man. Philip seymour hoffman. Do you know what the kind of crazy shitty we'd gotten up to fifty sixty s and seventy s. Yeah for sure ledger. Yes yeah yeah. So that sad. What i can only describe as like a play to get both of these guys oscars they d- label jake jalen hall as a best supporting actor or i wanna talk about this. Because i think that makes a lotta sense this..
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Bald Movies
"I've liked angry for long while i drove four and a half hours to go see crouching tiger hidden dragon when it was in limited beliefs. I did it ever get a wide release. i think it did But like a lot of times. I admire ang-lee films more than i actually kind of like our love them with a couple exceptions like A life of are really liked that movie And this movie. I think is my new favorite ang lee film. Oh yeah because for a while it's beautiful and it's extremely well acted. We're gonna talk about that too. I think it kind of caught up in it and remind like these this heath ledger kind of living his life as a ghost because of the societal expectations and his own pressures puts on himself and his ideas of what he has to conform. And why then you know like also very real danger about like living this lifestyle openly. I related a lot to that. And i remember like when this came out i was still like you know a practicing jehovah's witness I didn't i'd kind of like god disillusioned at the beliefs. But it's kind of in like well. This isn't a bad way to live and all my friends and family are in here. So i'll just like keep going to the meetings and kind of pretend. And how hard will that be right. Closeted witness so like like this is kind of like The cautionary tale of the road less taken or the road not taken like what if i had gone down. That and i can really empathize with eat ledger. There's that scene where he breaks down and says i'm nobody and i'm nowhere. I'm just like stuck in this limbo space. I can't ever get out of it. Because embrace who i want to be but i also because i have tasted that i can't go back to who i was And i yeah. I thought the i thought there was a lot of passion. And like i said i guess i was expecting because of the way people were. I was in a deeply. Maybe it's i just got this. Because i was in deeply fundamental Conservative religion but like people are fucking scandalized. But it's movie. Look the smut there to put out so is expecting you know some pretty hot gay sex and it was like i said tasteful which you know like i don't mind i've seen hot gay sex and i've seen tastefully done Doesn't matter either way to me. I guess i was surprised by the reputation. But that kinda shows how far societies comer like like. Why do we really care about all this. And and the but also like how close to like i was reading. Roger ebert review a great roger. Ebert who brought it around to like matthew. Matthew shepard is the kid that got killed nebraska like ninety four ninety five like that movie. This movie is as close to that day as we are to brokeback mountain. True yeah So like things have really changed a lot. But i i. I really really liked this movie. It's beautiful like just little things like an opening scenes. Heath ledger gets out. And you see broke back for the first time. And there's like this real tall grass and you know it's the only see this onto prairie like like literally. You can see that the the you you can see that the ocean is an atmosphere of air because of the way it moves through these tall grasses and stuff and just the just a beautiful scenery like the first forty minutes is indistinguishable from lack the type of youtube. That i like watching which is essentially a couple of dudes going out and living in the woods and you know like traditionally on youtube. They don't start having sex. But i was just letting the terms of service share..
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Strict by one ang-lee who have enjoyed some of his work in particular life of pi crouching tiger hidden dragon Screenplay by larry mcmurtry and diana asana who based that on the short story brokeback mountain. By annie relics stars the late. Great heath ledger You've seen as joker you've seen him as first night. We just did a podcast on on both of those Jake jilin hall he of night. Crawler donnie darko and southbound fame Anne hathaway who also batman alum played cat-woman devil wears prada. We've done a few hot catherine it as well and michelle williams Humira recognized from the key. New york Shutter island manchester by the sea. Honestly has a bunch of great cameos and supporting stars Randy quaid is in this movie. As the first time. I've ever taken him seriously as an actor The crazy man from independence day national lampoon's vacation series. Linda carter cartolini from freaks and geeks madman. Anna farris lost in translation. Scary movies and smiley face. David harbour comes out of nowhere berlin in for a right who we know. Sheriff operan stranger. Things kate mara. is in this movie I've really only thing. I've seen her bald move related his house. Cards and music by kosovo san to allow soto is realized in handling his last name. Sant ola santo lawyer. He is the you if you've heard of his name it's because he also is the composer for the soundtrack for both last of us video games or because he won an oscar for this one of those teams chore chore. But like i as soon as i saw that connection on mike oh of course knowing the soundtrack of this movie You know. I have been looking forward to seeing this film for a long while. This was like you know. universally praised one a shit ton of oscars decent made these amount of money to for Kind of an art house film. What did you think of this movie. Jim smooth like colony tin on your budget. More more than tenax cost fourteen million one hundred seventy eight. That's that's really good. Yeah like you. I was familiar with the reputation of this movie. As being one of extreme quality and that it was very moving all that stuff. And i kind of went into this movie with those expectations. Expecting to be immediately gripped by the story of these two men who fall in love and to be sort of like taken away by the story and i kind of was but kind of not i guess maybe my expectations were a little bit too. I and i expected a little bit the movie to show a little bit more of the passion in like it's actual passionate form as opposed to sort of you know hinting around the edges at it because the movie does a lot of that It was the tasteful I don't even mean like gay sex. That's not. That's not what i'm talking about. What i'd say passionate. I mean like the the feelings of these people have for each other. Like you get drips and drabs of it..
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"To the projection booth. I'm mike whiteman we once again. Is mr krista shoe. Mike thank you as always for pushing my cinematic boundaries as much as you can and i always appreciate it. I am glad to be here and joining me for this month. Is mr spencer. Seems thank you for inviting for months. African cinema month continues with a look at con directed by muhammed camera. It's the story of two men manga and story guinea. Who are in love. Everyone and everything tries to tell them that they shouldn't love one another including mangas mother and stories. Father we will definitely be spoiling this film as we go ahead. You have been warned so spencer. When was the first time you saw khan. And what did you think it would have been. Aw a dot and who's on fan door somebody on there. It's all this on video of people want to watch it. Yeah i was watching raffarin films. I stumbled into this one. It's grown on me like i It's favourite it's not super watchful because it's kind of tragic but it's still just say It's one that i really like in. I like more and more Chris about yourself. What did you think i know. It wasn't intentional. That you had me on the show. Mike as someone who is bisexual and i know. We've joked about it. I came at this from a different angles spencer. I don't know your sexuality sending my business as someone who is open and bisexual as someone watching this movie. It was at times heartbreaking at times massively uncomfortable and at other times massively relatable similar to derive in a way it touches on some stuff that this area of the world especially this topic even now has a very hard time dealing with africa's stance a countries stances on homosexuality is really bad as bad as any of the eastern european countries like russia in regards to their treatment of lgbtq a plus. Yeah it was honestly. This movie was a lot like a lot a lot. I had to stop at a couple of times. I watched it twice. But it's there's a lot going on. I'm excited to talk about it. But yeah it's it's a pretty heavy movie. Yeah i'm research. I was going through like Countries with ultra bt. He writes stuff. And i found like a a for who did the list but it was like a score of like laws and conversion therapy stuff like that and a lot of african countries are at the bottom and i was not surprised. No i mean similarly to what we talked about in derived with the country of chad in its massive amounts of corruption. Unfortunately there is still a cultural. Push to denounced deny rebuke homosexuality. And this i mean you see a lot in this movie so this film came out in nineteen ninety seven which was the year that the story of brokeback mountain was written. I say it's funny. Because as i'm watching the movie. I just kept thinking of brokeback mountain. Because of the idea of these two guys. I mean with that one. It is two older gentlemen who are kind of already set in this pattern of their life. They're not necessarily old but they're in their twenties and just kind of like figuring stuff out still though they're being pushed in this heterosexual lifestyle type of thing. I just found it very ironic. That if anything in. This didn't necessarily informed brokeback mountain but it could very much be seen as like the african brokeback mountain. I guess it would be like a brokeback kilimanjaro. I will say it's a good companion piece again. It speaks to like you said mike. It speaks to similar themes maybe not entirely the same once. Definitely not exactly the same cultural ones because again will. I'm sure we're going to get into it. But there's a lot of cultural subtexts going on throughout this movie especially with the usage of the music the traditional guinean. I would assume gideon. But i'll just say african music. There's a lot going on here. Almost more so than brokeback mountain in many ways. Because brokeback mountain. Kind of again. This movie and brokeback mountain dew. Lack subtlety. i think that's one thing that i would. I was reading reviews of people were like. This movie lacks subtlety. That's kind of the point. There's no beating around the bush here with homosexuality when it comes to. The african continent like spencer said almost all the african countries are at the bottom. This is a known issue throughout the subcontractor the continent and then the countries within the continent as a whole so it's getting slowly better Like it's gained decriminalize in some countries and and sudan had a death penalty for gay sex in the repeal that law last year so it's overall things are inveterate still it's their fifth behind and you can trace it till colonialism with like the forcing her shanty on people plus like the how like a lot. A conservative christian by la churches in his country go to africa in day shreds spreader gospel. Whenever and sometimes gospel some phobic and so the problem will never end pretty much which is kind of the sad thing while i mean in this country within the last hundred years. We've had sodomy decriminalized in many states. Sodomy was a crime. Might still be on the books. I'm i would wager a guess. It probably is. Yeah there's a difference between repealing the law versus enforcing the law. Yeah marijuana is technically federally illegal. But the federal government's not knocking down doors in people's houses in colorado so enforcement verses. Maybe they are. I don't know i think i think it depends on the color of their skin to sure does. Doesn't it this movie yes. It is not necessarily that subtle. But i appreciate that. It doesn't pussyfoot around things we've talked about characters being coated gay or possibly open gay charlie character to keep ilke. I wanna talk about that first. Second the gay character that mike. You consider charlie character homophobic little bit. I mean it felt very much. Like here's this gay guy. Let's rob him but at the same time. It's not like anyone's exploiting him. It's definitely not like the cops are not listening to him. It's not like the cops are coming over to charlie's place in busted his head. They are very responsive to his complaints. Channel death i can wake can fanatically make sense of the geic with the joke of that character's kinda wake they wind really the iffy part of like. I don't know how to feel about this exactly. It's funny but also like i. I don't know if you.
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"The nba's always pushing you boundaries and athleticism style ideas and more. That's game is more than just a game. It's the story of luca playing in slovenia. That's game steps last second win of the three point contest. That's game donating three thousand meals to houston during their crisis. That's game russell. Westbrook making the cover of g. q. That's game the road to the nba. Finals is on. Don't miss a moment. okay. Let's get out of the present and go back to the past and start. The oscar flashback segment on brokeback mountain. we got a lot of feedback from you guys the listeners about this movie which i was delighted to hear and i'm going to try to incorporate into it But david since you're the one who picked it. I want to throw to you i but i want to preempt. Just say we pick brokeback mountain. I was like okay like we all remember brokeback mountain lake. It's very well-known movie. We all saw it like everyone remembers. It's a great movie. And then i was so like blown away by al-qaeda it was despite having seen it. I know multiple times in the two thousands so first of all. Thank you and then second of all. Why did you pick brokeback mountain. So i actually have not seen this movie since it came out when i was thirteen years old and when i saw it it was a very formative kind of intense movie for me. At the time. I live with my family in new zealand and i would download like torrents of oscar movies and i remember i would share them with a lot of the. Npa is coming for you. This was like this is like the height. I feel like of warranting though. Globally and i would you know most of them. I would watch with my family with this one. I remember very vividly watching by myself. i wasn't at at the time or anything like that and i love the movie when i was that age but there was something about it that i felt like i could almost never returned to it and i honestly cannot articulate. Why so when you told me about the series. I was like okay. This is this is my opportunity. And it was completely different from what i remembered and it was particularly. I was very moved in a surprising way by the beginning. Because i didn't just didn't click. I guess when you're that age it like you have a half hour of a movie of just two guys like very quietly getting to know each other and yeah i guess we'll start there but it was. I was very not surprisingly moved by revisiting it but it has been a long time so it was kind of the quietness of the movie that that surprises. Second i mean like a we. Don't get major studio movies like this much at all anymore. But i think the the kind of revolutionary -ness of the way they set up this relationship. I think sex audi more the more you know about film right. Yeah exactly i mean. My relationship to film completely changed. And i've seen a lot of queer movies since i saw this one which was probably my first at. I think it holds up in a surprising way because movies of this scale that get this kind of awards attention and commercial attention. Even there haven't been very many movies I don't think any of had as much oscar success as this one i mean. Let's you can't something like call me by your name. And even then i wasn't in the running for best picture in the way this one was so Yeah it was. It was a strange experience to to realize that the the degree to which it held up in that respect one of the people texting us text. Morris smith i asked if we see connection between this and carol which was another kind of famous oscar. Underperformer like mountain obvious was the best pitcher front running until last a crash. We'll talk about that for sure I think they're they're pretty different movies. I think although they obviously have a lot of similarities i think carol was much less successful with the oscars. Even the brokeback mountain. But i do think there is. You know if. You're if you're looking for like unexamined homophobia in this china awards thing. I think those are two interesting examples to look at. Yeah i remember a couple months ago. Mark harris had tweeted just lgbtq representation at the oscars is really finicky. And it's very low and it's not given necessarily a lot of attention. So i i do see a parallel with carol. It was a movie that i think people were surprised wasn't nominated for best picture in the same way people were. Maybe surprised brokeback didn't win. Best picture and it did feel related to it being a really. That was a very queer film the texture of it. The filmmaking Todd haynes given it his all they're definitely felt related in a different kind of way. But i do see a parallel. They're just broadly with this ongoing narrative. Yeah chris you came on a few weeks ago and talked about. Chicago is your kind of oscar. Radicalization moments so. I'm assuming that when brokeback mountain came in came out. You are all in on on the oscar narrative for this. Yeah i mean. I had a similar similar experience david through tormenting but through physical players of watching it like you know in my early teens or twelve thirteen and being really not really understanding all of it for sure and i think that's from rewatching this week. It was a lot of gaps in my. I've watched a couple of times at different stages of my life. I think every time. I see something else but i remember being so in and so obsessed with also the female performances this time for me the really the female performances stuck out. 'cause i was never i was not paying attention when i was twelve when i watched it when i was twenty was not pay attention to that necessarily as well but anne hathaway and michelle williams. Really do some incredible incredible work in the film and have really really sort of a be hard line to walk. I was talking to katie about anne. Hathaway phone call seeing is excellent. It's so difficult. And she's so cold but she emotional. She's wearing that big blonde way. It just really it just. It's it's really excellent so yeah. I think it's one of those movies that you know. I think a lot of queer kids in queer or queer. Now millennials watched in sort of the cover of night and didn't really talk about it to anyone and just sort of like had it and then maybe have not sort of returned to it or they were quite often because it's so special to them they hold it so dear But i was more of a david. And i had really watched it. I watched it. I think once before this in my early twenty s and it really still hit but it hit different. I will say also so sad movie tv visit like it just like rings you out. In this way that it's it's it's like you do have to kind of like brace yourself to go back into. This movie is quite long and It's it's it's slow it really does sort of take. Its time in a way that like in our you know. Action franchise f nine world. We don't allow movies to sort of do and he more which i think it which is deeply upsetting and sad to me so the fact that we do sort of. Have you know thirty minutes. Almost utter silence. They barely speak for the first forty two minutes of the movie. There was something really magical and really really special and sort of old old..
Larry McMurtry, Novelist of the American West, Dies at 84
"McMurtry has died. Larry McMurtry wrote nearly 50 books, some of which later turned into award winning films, including The Last Picture Show In Terms of Endearment. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Lonesome Dove and a screenplay for Brokeback Mountain earned him an Oscar. Sure I knew how to quit you on CBS is Sunday morning, McMurtry remembered reading the story for the first time. I thought it was the best story I've ever had ever added that addressed the American rest. I thought, why didn't I write it myself? And I thought that it is a great story, and it will go around the world. McMurtry was 84 years old Monica Ricks. CBS News. It's 7
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"This guy named measure. I guess that's why they That's the confusion that this guy's sake. Maybe that's her brother. You know, maybe it's me. I'm sore panel makers here Planes only thing first, though a new extension cord. Was a peep from Wrentham says, also note that all electric vehicles get reduced range in cold weather, which has been very cold lately. Why? What was it last week, though? That's when he said he drove it down. Batteries don't like temperature extremes. No way. Carrie made it to D. C on one charge. Nobody said he doesn't have an opinion on short selling, but he does believe midgets should have access to the stock market. He has no comment on short selling, as long as the big guy gets his 50%. In press secretary Masaki was asked if divided administration's slogan is build back better or Brokeback. Better. A response was Circle back better. Watch out. Brokeback can't say anything bad about Brokeback Mountain. He'll be charged with a hate crime. How we do body. Carly. Come on, man. You asked if that was George Pataki. I mean, a genocide is real hair color were of question is I just stepped in the other day. I mean it. Going to circle back with you on that one, Mr President. Explode in the news. I am not to blame old people die every day in New York, New York We'll play the hot.
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"It in his eyes. I'm sitting there watching it with my daughter. She's like, Oh, may was a response like, but it was a little uncomfortable. Don't know why I remember this but growing up watching the bodyguard. I feel like that's a very sexy movie or there can I haven't seen you in so long. We look so old timey to watch it now. Yeah, the part where they're after there at the bar, and then they're back at his place and he pulls out the samurai sword. But I feel like that's a movie that was on in our home growing up in the eighties, and I feel like Ah, once or twice sitting there going. Ah, I don't know. I don't want to be here right now like this is a little It's a little romantic for for the setting. So some of the examples were Brokeback Mountain. Yeah, The year is 2005. My in laws are Southeast Asian immigrants who came to the U. S. In 1980 Kids grew up very American. They stuck to their traditional culture and were super conservative Christians. They had never seen a movie in the theater before. So my husband and boyfriend decided to treat them to dinner and a movie to celebrate 25 years in the states. One of biggest movies that came out that year. Wass Brokeback Mountain, So he took everybody. Needless to say, the car ride was very quiet, right home. They never talked about it. I mean, everybody knew what that movie was about before they even side because it was so different looking these great actors. He fled to flash forward to 2015 when a cousin came out as gay and my father reacted to the news by saying, Oh, so he goes fishing on the Brokeback? Yeah. Gina. Gina, How are you today? What was the movie that you watched your parents and there was a sex scene or something? Something inappropriate happen. My parents are divorced. My dad didn't really like, know what to do with me on his weekend, But he knew that Eminem was like, really cool. So he wanted to oppress me. I think I was like 10 or 11. And he took me to see eight miles in this scene and the factors? Oh,.
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"In his eyes. I'm sitting there watching it with my daughter. She's like, Oh, man. It was a response. But it was a little uncomfortable. Don't know why I remember this but growing up watching the bodyguard. I feel like that's a very sexy movie or there can I haven't seen you in so long. We look so old timey to watch it now. Yeah, the part where they're after there at the bar, and then they're back at his place and he pulls up the samurai sword. But I feel like that's a movie that was on in our home growing up in the eighties, and I feel like Ah, once or twice sitting there going. Ah! I don't know. I don't want to be here right now like this. It's a little It's a little romantic for for the setting. So somebody examples were Brokeback Mountain. Yeah, The year is 2005. My in laws are Southeast Asian immigrants who came to the U. S in 1980 kids grew up very American. They stuck to their traditional culture and were super conservative Christians. They had never seen a movie in the theater before. So my husband and boyfriend Decided to treat them to dinner and a movie to celebrate 25 years in the States, one of biggest movies that came out that year Wass Brokeback Mountain, So he took everybody. Needless to say, the car ride was very quiet needed it all right home. They never talked about that. I mean, everybody knew what that movie was about before they even side because it was so different looking these great actors. He fled your flash forward to 2015 when a cousin came out as gay and my father reacted to the news by saying, Oh, so he goes. On the Brokeback. Yeah. Oh, Hey, Gina. Gina, How are you? Good. I What was the movie that you watched your parents and there was a sex scene or something? Something inappropriate happen. My parents are divorced. My dad didn't really like, know what to do with me on his weekend, But he knew that Eminem was like, really cool. So he wanted to oppress me. I think I was like 10 or 11. And he took me to see eight miles in this scene and the factors? Oh,.
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on X96
"And that gives you the advantage in the game. So this first question is all yours to answer on your own. If you get it. Right. You get the point. But if you get it wrong, gene, gets a chance to answer it correctly and steal the point away from you. We'll do that back and forth first person to three wins. All right. So allie. This is your first question. Here we go. What unique way heath ledger. Trivial remind you what unique way did he ledger prepare himself for his role of the joker. Was it? A secluded himself in a motel for six weeks, be visited insane asylums or see watched and studied horror movies and villains. Well, I remember doing studying this in my filmography class. I would have to say correct secluded himself in a motel for six weeks. Ali has one point. It's genus question Jana. Yeah. Besides his career as an actor ledger was also an accomplished. What is it a singer be chess player or see poet? I will say chess player won the Australian junior chess championship at age ten. I did not know. I sort of knew it remarkable. Guess it's welcome to web the game is nothing up and its allies alley. Ledger won an MTV movie best kiss award for what moving all. That's not fair. Are these kisses in all three of these movies? Is it a a Knight's tale be ten things? I hate about you or see Brokeback mountain. I wanna say ten things I hate about. You say your answer. Yeah. Incorrect. Brokeback mountain. Brokeback mountain was boy kissing boy. Kissing one best kissing at the MTV awards that year, two two one four Geeta and Gina controls. The question to chance to chance to win the game and get some Dogo. I'm ready to get a hard one for you. Okay. In his first big role in an Australian TV series. It was called sweat. We're K ledger. Played what kind of character a sweaty? Character was a a masked villain be a gay bicyclist or see the troubled teenager. I want. I want gay bicyclist because I like don't we all that? No, what is that your is that your answer? Gene. You said you wanted. Judges didn't know whether that was your answer definitively Jada guess wins the game. I don't was that judges. Oh,.
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Now Try This
"She only more would know now. The disdain against you idiot how dare you think that a marvel movie had interstellar. That's correct yeah. That is correct and she didn't have hair so you didn't have here. She had short The whole movie. Yeah in a bob bob. A pixie cut. She had in this movie. Okay i'm say short hair. It looks like a heck. I would give her. Here's a nice star the bad haircut in that movie sometimes. That's fair. yeah like when you go on time with without getting into this to left number two has. It's a huge jump up. It's almost double. Wow three hundred. Thirty four million dollars the batman but then with number one i think batman is number one for sure but do you think that's the movie that she made the most and both princess. Diaries were already on this number. Eleven twelve weren't even be crazy. For instance diarrheas was like i irish three viewing on like the disney channel. You know what i mean like. Probably people going to theaters. But everyone's seen that movie except for more. No no i have joined joy duck in heavy movies. Watch us both be like. Oh my god. That's so obvious. She was in like a horror movie right like a big and black swan. No she wasn't. We've done that on a pod for spooky boys who month. I love squeaky voice month. Okay with batman. Because i know. It's number one but i don't have number two. That is incorrect because it is the timber in film allison wonderland. Gosh what did she played queen queen. I hated that movie soul march. A lot of can totally fell asleep. My memory. yeah it was like traumatize is the second one meet. Seventy seven million nine. I only know that because it's not before let's just before we get to number one. Let's look back thirteen brokeback mountain. House else do look less fifteen. The intern with robert deniro sixteen ride wars with davidson seventeen hoodwinked or whatever eighteen love and other drugs with jal hall nineteen ella enchanted twenty becoming jane and lupin all the way back number one with four hundred forty eight million dollars markets. What does that move that man. Unfortunately i rise you miss out on that last thing. We knew one last opportunity for point which is whether or not she has hair. Unfortunately if you read all the things i have about it was a wig. Selina kyle doesn't have now lost the game you still want want still hearts now when the hearts of the guys. I figured i'd give you a president that can fill your home you can now. You can both enjoy this okay. This is another one from one of your challenges to me so you lied or we were wrong by your shots. Would it be great if i found a drag held all their degrade. Yeah yeah. I don't know if any of those little this price is. I like that movie. My memory it's diaphragm nice. Little moment i assume a world westworld west nice cool adult collectible toy today. Ram.
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"It was but I mean, you can never underestimate movies that old white people like. And green book is that it's a consensus like you walk out of there. Feeling good. Did you see green book? Nope. Really nice movie strongly recommended. I say a safe race moving won't go down this. Absolutely. That's what old white people, absolutely safe. And I saw the LA times worse best-picture since crash writing the crash at least was more ambitious crash was good. You didn't like crash does. Horribly does not who watch. No, not doesn't hold up. What was else what else was in that year? Brokeback mountain was that year that a lot of people think should win best never saw that. Yeah. This what's interesting for me this year by the Oscar can like a true straight guy. I just never saw. I believe you're was. Ooh, boys kissing not for me. I was lucky. So speaking of kissing first of all, let's just say Bradley Cooper made that movie didn't win a damn thing. Is born. But last night he saying, which I thought was impressive. And then at the very end of it. He got into massive like cheek to cheek singing with ladies got to the point. It was it was a little bit his girlfriend was sitting right there on the front row. And by the way, his girlfriend attract. Oh, yeah. Like, supermodel, literally..
"brokeback mountain" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"You're talking about that low point in your life watching Brokeback mountain sleep on your dad's for where you go to jail and a couple of weeks and one thing you didn't mention there's like what the fuck one. Why does your dad have only DVD and only spend his money on books and have Brokeback mountain as -partment in recently, divorced in to what the fuck are you doing watching it before you went to jail getting prepared grow like on man? I love you guys shit. Just shut me on I gang gang gang. Okay. That's a fair question. Probably probably need a little clarification. The this was a period where like my mom and my dad were freshly divorced or I don't know if they legally had yet. So my dad was just like living the fuck it bachelor life and was in this garage apartment. He he didn't you know, he hit a red box or something. It was like my dad is an artsy type of dude. He's very much like me. He's like a creative. But also somehow ended up with a career in math, which I don't know how to do math. He's very good at math. He can't spell for fuck, and I can spill incredibly well. So we balance each other out anyway point being, you know, my dad's not like some type of judgmental, homophobic, or anything like that. At all. He's he's totally down with watching Brokeback mountain. He hadn't seen it. So we rented it, and it just so happened that was the only fucking movie in the apartment in. Honestly, it wasn't so much about like I wanna see Brokeback mountain as it was about. Like, I need to watch something to take my mind off the fact that on my life is in shambles. And I'm sleeping on a floor. A mattress on a ground in a in a one bedroom apartment in Montrose with my grown, man. Father in the only movie available to me is Brokeback mountain. I needed to take my mind off what was going on. Around me, dude. It was supposed to be a very good movie. And frankly, I've never been a homophobe. None of that shit bothered me. It really didn't like it was a little weird seen it on screen for the first time because that was the first like hardcore like homosexual love movie we've had. And so yeah, of course, it was a little uncomfortable for me the first time, but I never really that stuff. Never bothered me. I have a gay aunt. I've always had. I'm just I've just never people usually have a hatred towards or fear of things that they don't understand. I've never it. Never was confusing to me like I've just I just get it. I don't know how to explain it. But I do a good movie to like it is legitimately good movie. It's the acting between those two is fucking incredible Joan hall in the late great heath ledger, both crush it. Even as gay Cowboys, which neither one of them more in real life. Great great acting and just a cool.
25 movies added to National Film Registry
"Archie zaraleta? The library of congress is preserving another twenty-five movies because of their cultural historical or artistic importance this year's list includes Jurassic Park Brokeback mountain and my fair lady also making the list the shining, HUD, and broadcast news days of wine and roses from nineteen sixty two and bad day of black rock Rita. A Foley AP radio news.
Joaquin Phoenix to play The Joker in Scorsese produced film
"All right, everyone. Appreciate those. Sorry if you didn't get rid, but we are moving onto segment to now another addition of almost famous wherein we go over actors, famous or not to turn down what could have been roles of a lifetime. We're gonna start out with John Lithgow. He almost played the joker twice apparently in the original, Joe Dante version of the movie that never got made. Joe Dante was gonna make Batman. And then again in Tim Burton's first movie, he was gonna play the joker. I think John Lithgow would have been a great joker man for sure. It's almost like more of a. Classic joker? No. I don't know that it's an odd choice. I wonder how they would have done them up. I wonder if they would have given the the wig and the green hair and everything, or if they would have kind of leaned more on the way he actually looks. That's interesting if it would have been Tim Burton. I think he would have gone with the same. Yeah, same bookie. Yep. Yep. But Jack was great, but I could totally see John Lithgow down with that Emma stone one for LA La Land. But originally that movie was going to be a Watson. In fact, it was going to be mwana miles teller in LA La Land, a movie. You hate mean Hermioni from the Harry Potter films here, what. Is that a movie about a Potter? That's Harry. Yeah, that'd be funny a. r. y. Potter here suit Potter. I love that word here suits. Wonderful. Mark, Wahlberg gonna call him out on this because he originally read for Brokeback mountain. A believe in Jake Jilin part in, he has admitted to quote being a little creeped out after reading the script soldiers. Kisa dude. Yeah, exactly. As Mark Wahlberg talks. He said it was very graphic and descriptive told angry. I like you. You're towns agai and if you wanna talk about it more. But thankfully he didn't. So Mark Wahlberg GIF y, sir, seriously and good for you. Jake Jilin hall for not being homophobic on. Back back two steps. Did you hear that? Joaquin, Phoenix is gonna play the joker in new joker only joker Centric movie. Oh, really like it. I love not a, what's his face from now. God let. Oh now they're done with that guy. I thought that he didn't see that movie, but I thought that was supposed to be the only good thing was his joker was good for like five seconds and really make up of the joker was like we had like gold teeth and like face tattoos, and it was just it was the weird choice to did you see that movie? I did. It's that bad. It's not good. Yeah. It's just like you could tell it was a movie. They had to like fix. They had to triage them and and post, and every scene was just a big set piece song with very little dialogue..