17 Burst results for "Bulworth"

"bulworth" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Know, a lot of things about the Bartlett administration here getting to see it on the campaign trail is a neat. New microcosm for it. Right. These little storylines. Always remind me of the greater storyline of the movie Bulworth in which I play small rural it, which you have Warren Beatty. As Senator j Bulworth who has in fact, hired somebody to kill him for insurance reasons, and he realizes for the first time in his now soon to end life that he has the ability to say, whatever he feels and believes and say it any form he likes, and it's freeing for him the same way that a candidate who believes that he's not going to win or a president who has no more racist to run the radically is free to do say as he or she pleases. Yeah. But being leashed by your own success from having. Off the leash as a really neat hamic. This is a strange moment in this episode where Josh and Santos are having their own version of the ethanol debate when Josh's visits the insult and injury tour going to North Dakota, South Dakota as core sounding name farm stuff. It was a strange example since in season three we already had that storyline. Kind of of true. You remember the Dada has to go to North Dakota early about the Kotas and about their names miss moss? Are you where the studies clearly showed the word north leaves the impression that the state is cold snowy and flat significantly depressing tourism at business startup due respect, sir. Your average temperature seven degrees your average snowfall forty two inches in aim change isn't going to take care of that. We enjoy roughly the same climate of South Dakota. We took in seventy point seven million in tourism revenue last year. They took in one point two billion. They have the word south also mount Rushmore. Four. Yeah. That was a great scene in that episode. I was good. They didn't quite top it here. It's like a little. It's a weird callback a little tip of the hat. That's what I was wondering like it doesn't feel like it can be coincidental. And yet at the same time, it also feels like it doesn't remember this previous scene. It's an interesting question. Yeah. Here's the part that I loved after this. Josh Allen Santos, then arguing about the black and Brown forum, and what Santos can say or can't stay while. They're having that argument. I think this is again, just great economy of storytelling, while they're having that argument, you might not even paying attention while it's happening. They're walking out to a runway, and they go to this small plane, and as they're talking.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Movie Crush

"How about an election night distraction, everyone with some mini crush stuff. Name your favorite political movie. I did cute that was just and everyone's chain, but political movies or some of my favorite movies like the Maltese falcon. And, you know, talk about all the president's men a lot in movies like Michael Clayton. Love a good Hetty political thriller or political film Bulworth movies like that even wag the dog. I'm into it. So we're going to go over some of these. I remember really enjoying wag the dog. Yeah. I haven't seen a long time. It was fun. Matthew Hansen says a contender? Agreed great movie right off the bat. Tony bucco says all the president's men carry mcquaid says Dave I never saw that. Did you with Kevin Kline? That's the one where he's the president. Right. I think so president, Dave. Yeah. Let me see here all the president's men again from Sally McKenzie. Megan Cole says the American president, which I did not see. But that is the love story. I feel like I've asked this question before I think I might as a political thriller. So this is not necessarily that. Because certainly the American president is a romantic comedy wrapped up in politics, twelve angry men from Gracie. An does that count Gracie says sure, I think so for sure boy lot of people are saying American president. But that's a Lopez our old friend. She sent that box of food, by the way, no box of food. Yeah. There's a box of food on your desk. Chips and popcorn. Say I haven't been my dad's. I came straight ear Chuck straight year Vanessa Lopez. Thank you. Thanks lopez. Carl Gafni says thank you for smoking. Richard Stokes expected the future. Just because the Goldie Wilson thing that's a bit of a stretch, my friend well back to the future to predicted the rise of Trump. Let's not forget did it really totally man with biff is like Trump character. Okay. He doesn't really become president. But he does he does using this a spoiler for movie that came out decades ago just putting it out there using the knowledge he gleaned from that sports almanac. Bright, he L elevated himself to a position of extreme power in practically dictatorship over the weird back to the future two future world..

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"bulworth" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"New insurance policy for his family living each moment bar time, he suddenly begin spouting raw unfiltered, sometimes offensive word, but it words against, but but satirical and spirit thoughts, the shocked audiences and handlers in the speech of hippo worth. Yes, correct. Bulworth Senator j Bulworth that's pretty well. I never saw the movie, oh worth, but I believe it's probably most remembered for the Hong from the soundtrack ghetto superstar superstar. Yeah, that's really how anyone. And also if you remember the music video of superstar blower, it's Bulworth right? It's like, takes place in the movie. And I think like Wycliffe or whatever Hussein's go superstar. I don't. I don't think it's. I don't think that Whitecliffe is the the main guy. Okay. Ghetto superstar. Oh, it was. It was prized free touring my in ODBC. So I think OD is like the president there. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know what prizes up to nowadays. I don't think is still with. Okay. How about this one? This is tough. It's a movie, you know, but it could take a long time to get their journalist. Jenny learner is assigned to look into the background of secretary. Alan Rittenhouse were briefly resigned from government. Sightings, wife's ill health. She learns from secretary that Rittenhouse was having an affair with Ellie when she confronts him. His strain rate is strange reaction leads her to reconsider the story. In fact, a comet discover the previous year by high school student Leo biter men and ask an astronomer. Dr Markus Wolf is on a collision course with earth, an extinction level of a joint US Russian team sent to the strike the comment, but should I should it fail? You know, special measures are being put in place, deep impact wreck, deep impact is there were so many similar movies in that ninety seven pack Armageddon. I think those were the two, yeah, but there was, I feel like there was this little Mars attacks, which is sort of a parody of those movies that was out around that time. But Mars attacks was not an asteroid was. Hit the earth. Moore's attacks was a parody of independence day and. Yeah, I don't know. There's this volcano movies out then there was volcano. What was the other one called? Donte Dante's peak dot. Speak a lot of a lot of like generic disaster movies. All right. Here's another one. This is the number one movie of the week or into Craig from Vancouver following the French atomic bomb tests in the South Pacific and unknown creature spotting passing eastward through the Panama Canal scientists. Nico topless is called in to investigate the matter and he quickly arrives at the conclusion that a giant irradiated lizard as being created by the explosions this the Matthew Broderick, Godzilla one hundred percent. It is the math Rodrick nineteen ninety eight Godzilla film. Yeah, I really knew my nine hundred ninety eight box office. Yeah, I'll give you one more but the Godzilla movie. I remember they had a really cool poster by the Long Island railroad. There was like this giant poster and I always wanted. I never stole anything in my life, but it was wanting to take the poster. And then I started thinking like what if like, I'm sure it's going to be gone in a week or two. They're not gonna be prone to move. Who can I call and ask if I could have the poster when they're done with it, but I was too lazy as a kid to do that, but I really wanna take that and put up my room. Just like a giant godzillas foot. But I remember thinking it was so cool. And now if you compare it to the box office from like this weekend. It's like all sequels. Right? Well, yeah, but all sequels of those movies also like Godzilla remake, well, there's reboots vision, reboot Bulworth. Should they rebuilt both? Bring the song? Yeah, they should bring. We should. I don't think the kids nowadays know about, yeah, they remixed the song, a teenage girls, riding horses hit by a truck to help her heal her troubled into help heal her troubled injured daughter and the horse. The mother takes them to Montana to recoup to recuperate at the ranch of a horse healer of Miskel talents. The mother perceives the fall in love with him as well. I have no idea the horse whisper whisper seeing that was my alley that no, it sounds like a movie..

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"bulworth" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Remember seeing him Bulwer from both within the Hon dont you to the gang leader and Don Cheadle was so intellectual, but he knew what was going on in the community and he influence Bulworth so much. That's what guys like LeBron have to do. That's what Charlemagne have to do with his platform. Like that's what we have to do when we get these platforms, bring the people that are actually out there doing the work that are in the street that are experts in these arenas and give them the floor, they'll people are listening to the bronze is standing by them. Yeah, it should be LeBron should be the loudspeaker. That's an you get these experts do it. That's it. And. To be to be quite honest with you. That's why you need to listen to people that you disagree with his. Sometimes they say some shit that make sense. People could be smart. I listen for sure. I, I'm like that everybody, I feel you can learn something from everyone. Listen, I listened to lock podcast with van, right? I wanna hear. I'm like, fat. Forgot the man in the fedora got to say, yeah, I didn't agree with everything he said, but it was certain points that he's made. I'm like an, you'll maybe LeBron listen to that. Maybe around dick, you know what? There's a position on the shop for an intellectual Mike lyrics, ice type and Angela Wright type or one of these types of people that could speak openly and like voice opinions that you guys are trying to express yourself, but you just don't have the expertise when you're going onto the basketball court. You want LeBron. Right? Because that's what you're an expert at is. Right. So bring an expert at whatever the convoy is that day on the show, and I don't want anybody to get it twisted and think that we're saying we want LeBron shut up in dribble, no LeBron to speak speaking throwing assist. That's what I want him to want him to speak. They what you don't like. And then throwing assist sister, somebody who can actually use your plan tick you late in a way to where people can actually get it to be fair living by LeBron even producing even if he didn't speak. But if he produce a show that voice as opinions that is him speaking. Yes, but him sitting there yet. Exactly, but him sitting there him just being in the shot in the room has tremendously. I mean tours, of course how. It's I don't care about here. No del complain about people asking them to dance, your only death. You always dance with things. People do when they see Odell Dell, Dell catch throwing shit apples this shit. And second Dan's Odell. Motherfucker. You're always dancing, so they wanna dance battle you, you understand where people meet certain people. They don't even know what to say. Gloves. Gloves with you like family. Donkey today. Call me knows. Oh man, people's do. That's why. Fucking, no, that's what business good. This is so good because it gives people something to do. That's why I don't like the small talk, get right to, oh picture. We are getting big. This man all that other stuff like, hey, man, you know, Doman really like eyebrows. Nobody say I'd rather. Rather get a selfie. Greece in person. I saw name, can I get a drop dramatically unit. I don't know what you put in Cuba me on. All gloves drafts. They don't know what to do. Gonna be like man, dance. They like to do. Complain about the dance all the time, your booking for, what would you wearing. Three. Oh man that it today guys. Great podcasts. Listen as always. If you listen to the podcast, think we're smart, you think intelligent, you think we're bringing absolutely right. If you listen to podcasts, you think we're just a couple of days. You don't know shit. You're right to bring this podcast. Thank you for listening.

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"bulworth" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"There are only a handful of Warren Beatty films that I go back to. This is one of them and McCabe and MRs Miller is another one. So if you want a good one to go to next, I would say go to that one is the one that inspired so low according to Nashville. I have no idea. I'm just letting you know that in articles written about MC McCabe and MRs Miller, they claimed that it spiraled not only Star Wars but so low. So I really don't know how that happened while it's called grasping at straws when you have no other way create contents. No, I never seen a Warren Beatty phone before. I've never seen Bonnie. CLYDE. I've never seen Bulworth is had a movie that people like you probably shouldn't brag about net seeing Bonnie CLYDE. I'm also never seen the karate kid, so you're gonna miss much. I haven't seen the karate kid since I was a kid and I don't really. I don't get it. I know people love it. I know evidently Cobra KYW's like a lot better than everybody thought it was going to be, but I just I don't know. What did never did never get me, but I am curious. We're talking about having never seen movies that people are supposed to have seen. I, I mean, I guess like for me, things with Warren bonding CLYDE has movie. I should have seen like when when you guys talk to people are there's, is there a movie that you're like a shaved that you've never seen? Because like Mike's never seen Star Wars, so, but I have seen McCain of MRs Miller, which is the same thing guarding designed. Phil zip Rynski point is one that I was jumps to mind. Really. I say I've only seen one in Tony film and have never cared to go back, but I hear that I'm missing out. I've never seen Lawrence of Arabia, and that is one that I'm kind of like holding out for because I wanna see on a big screen and Cleopatra for the same reason. They're both just like their epic movies that I want. You know, film that he wide screen. I wanna see that vast nece on a huge screen. Yes. I feel like that's a legitimate reason what I what I've had this conversation people to like you've never seen XYZ movie like, I don't know. I just never got excited about seeing karate kid like I know all the I know all the pizza that, like I know this week delay, Johnny and all that. It's like, why do I need to watch it? I know all the beats. It's part of the pop culture kind of guys early. It was for the eighties in the eighties or cool again. So back to the fact that I never seen buying CLYDE, I'd more inclined to watch it now because I really liked were beady in this movie. Oh, could I've always had issues with that scene where we kind of rejoined the narrative and it's freaky going through the house in saying that he lost his parrot because it's just like, I'm not really sure what's going on. Even after reading all those screenplays in the book and all that kind of stuff. I still don't know what the hell's going on is he leading the police to somebody's house so that they can arrest the people. Now's, it just seems. The normal everyday people. So I've never been able to understand the scene though the way that Beatty goes through the house and he stands outside and we're seeing him through the windows. I mean, we're gonna get this framing of him outside a lot or characters outside because we're going to get that same thing with Paula Prentiss and he's going to mention her saying that she lost her cat. So I guess he loses his parrot. She loses her cat, but that whole weird like we're standing outside looking in kind of thing. It's a great metaphor, but I have no freaking idea why the cops are following him and all this kind of senators is big argument that happens. Did you guys follow any of that stuff? I didn't. And I'm glad you said that because I felt like I felt like right after that will sequences over. Did I miss something? Is their portion of movie that I like fall asleep for him. It just felt like nothing really connected there. It was just kinda like a little weird filler..

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"bulworth" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Does a strike also like rebooting stuff to these days hashtag quickly planet Paul, I'm trying to think of other things around for forty years on, and then they canceled them forever except for high had Saturday year year came back in then was Rice's. I'm trying to think of a rebooted thing that was bony, which was a detective show about indigenous detective about and all that. I never mind what about the series Bulworth, but that just brought back original Bulworth. Well, why would you bring back? Why would you bring back in new bulls. We we're really what I think there's a lot of full knee remembered stuff. He though not prisoner. John that they bring back, they'll cancel a sale of the century, and they re the re tool. It's mostly John shows which isn't very interesting. I mean, they haven't brought back police rescue that water rats, seven brought that back that back to get the now. Hey dead. They've brought that because the dad was a sex pissed pitiful. Rollback Acropolis. Now they're all alive. So they're doing shows that the company festival Goff stage and comeback dressed as Nana. So guys do. No, I look. I think it's inevitable always at though. I don't know. I guess we don't have a culture of that. Look, they just because it's easier than coming up with a new. So it's the same cop show anyway, it doesn't matter. You saw the police squad or police time or salacious, John detective, fuck you'd grim face or whatever it is, whatever he's on the force, but he's done man on this police time. Do you heard the theme song? And it was like police time. You know what I'm talking about. This is the same shit. Yeah. Roja coarseness in half of them good on him. He does good work. Anything else. But I also think like maybe that most about dramas in action shows and stuff like that would just imported from America in and that sort of thing. So that's where the rain boots come from, like I can't like proper dramas, like I'm I tried to like maybe Reich with by Senate. Yeah, but I mean, that'll probably get rebutted in twenty years, but. Maybe I just talked industry and TV show Ray boot, and there's nothing. It's just ten Ozzy shows that deserve ray-ban give us with some examples that can bring is one of them. Acropolis net is one of them a country practice bet it is. Oh, we guy nobody cares about this. I care and therefore the listenable care at the taken forever mice. And is it taking so long? It's been via video, All Saints. No lose drama. Yeah, blue blue hill is. Yeah, Charlie Wilson was in that frontline. I should bring back front lot now they shouldn't really work now. I'm on mcleod's daughters. Another one with Celli close. So he's been told about don't talk about how to bring that back. Well, yeah, because he plays like the son of like a Kerry Packer tot year run comes to the country to be mcleod's daughter. At least to these ten? Yes. If not more. Packed to the rafters just finish not to for I rush. That's rush Colson. The one that's got Tom. Sorry. Does that have. What's the spicing it Samuel Johnson. No, yes, it does. Tragic drastic calomel Mallory. The patriots said of this podcast. Do you remember sea patrol who own their? Yeah. Yeah, that's true for reboot shackled. Safe patrol. Lose mccune was in it. That's why this summer heights high. You'll be trying to that disagree. I had it. And. I love that show. It's so. Sort of when everybody else says about it. I love it. And the last one is sick of us, which got a lot of familiar faces in particular. Claudia Cavan and Jolson. Yes, but also Joel Edgerton killing it in Hollywood. He's in Bryant. He's in bright, but he's also, but he's better directing, and he's doing a bunch of rights though. Yes. So those could come back. But why. Yeah, I think I think blue hill is like a definitely bring back because you bring back John woods and really road Arabia and a bunch of houses. But all Yanni he has to he, it's they go and he's in like, he's, he's in the city now? Yes, and he lives in an apartment and he's just haunted by all the stuff that happened when he was blue around pleasant places called sure you gotta let let it from Dylan hole. Nobody's listening mail because every everybody's glued to it, they want to know about astrology and drums..

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"bulworth" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"That's exactly years and years and years so like project was around for fucking adver man and he makes it is dream project he directs it stars in it does the whole shit with it and again last movie he'd done was bulworth which you're laughing right now but he was nominated for a fucking oscar it just sounds funny the movie wasn't that great to me i didn't i didn't i didn't like board like be real about it i like warren betas bulworth and i think i think she saw the failure of that when just like fuck it colleges called her agent and just said how do i get that fucking marvel movie dog because how do it because you're looking at the receipts for that that other one that's hit a billion dollars now in record time and it's what do you say man but you say and how do you fault people i don't i don't either i just it sucks all of my you you know know our favorite aki and now like it seems like the goes this to win an oscar and then go cash in and do superhero movie and that seems like the only goal of winning an oscar anymore where it used to be like fuck there's a handful of people who can still get away with it to capri oh still gets away with it he can do cool fucking movies like looked up his salary for the the new tarantino movie.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Fourth or fifth is basically hid made i think the first couple ryan and the franchise fell out of his hands and he kinda came back and made this film okay and it's it gives would like reality television of law olympic life freddy kruger has become a kind of celebrity is strangesounding film by roy at one i really wanna say say okay all right my favorite a horror movie is drag me to hell because just about scares are can manage and really funny as well he seemed drag me now that's the sam raimi one yeah i have not seen it by delight my asmal faces satellite i never goes the cinema to what charge that this has a trade that was so intriguing i just couldn't not go if that's the right combination negative basically this woman who's trying to get ahead of the bank is told by have bosses she needs to stop making the tough decisions if she's going to get that promotion on loan behold she suddenly confronted with a little old gypsy lady whose about get kicked out of a house because she keeps to fool when a mortgage a wants to instinct is to give her another chance will help or in some way she remem bursts that she needs to make a tough decision and an unpleasant scene and choose which leads to a gypsy curse being placed on her which of the three days of tournament we'll see have being dragged to hell and the rest is the movie and it's her attempts to by whatever means escape the rapidly tightening metaphorical noose around the neck a terrific from heme seen just gone which anyway because it's gravy probably ever nia right okay so what we were voting on what we're doing it to week's time but fulfillment of next week at him well for next week where we can be covering the war move rack narok yup.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"In the film it doesn't just relate to the people in south central los angeles it relates to people all over america and the western world and yeah watching it today at seen the film for a long time ago and i must say didn't like it on on first viewing this time i was struck actually bought the departments of the message above all i think it's disquiet pray film to have made and to trying pitch dot com today this turco elements of and the right way not an easy thing for someone who's as prominent in high profile a person's he was known for sun brand i guess type of film and especially is not to oversee camera left felton maybe us just why people forgotten about it perhaps so certainly i think the message is stove aintree perhaps know another i feel like the the main motivation behind the mistake different now is the reason the oil crises cart guys on this kind of mission for the treatise because he's got nothing left leases because he knows he's not going to win the election and he knows his criminal going to progress he's going out swinging whereas if you're like you know the rest historians chewed today but it's visa politicians who have everything to lease in this though the messages is still the same i think it's quite shocking almost the way that i'm watching that now in the the climate that we're in now i mean even at one stage he's in a in a club and he wraps about the word that got trump in trouble with a lot of feminists in in a lot of men that one equal rights for women and he does a whole wraparound this in a this way ahead and it's just did i found it quite shocking knowing what we know now and watching this back in seeing this kind of dna all he isn't he gray he's been her i can carry on speaking the truth mukul politicians to staring at now because they can it sam it's very interesting to watch in retrospect while you're rerun moisture by his motivations comes closer to spur mecca's throwing caution to the wind but actually it pays off because he gets reelected in a landslide and it's interesting we now have a guy and the highest office in america who said she.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Only a man who was the subject of you'll so vein could have written i think a vanity project not quite as outlandish is this one is it i mean that's the end lang play isn't it can democratic senator comes in and saves a bright community and gets the lit he gets the kids off the streets i think at one stage it's the incredibly narcissistic i think but um and dated i think we've with saying it stated you know probably a few days after a lease it said if it's kind of a hollywood version of energy yes is like hollywood discovered hit pop in the '90s he's just read like a long read about civil rights issues and store awhile although referred to our bds always been quite socially i mean you mentioned reds voices begets that is true but this specifically earning in on this subject i in the way that he does add some of them was told me about his film saying they wondered whether the poster had an impact on the film's po box office because it is a a strange way the market foam is warren beatty in his hip pope regalia kind of emerging from his own spitting image me out of it is very strange as it was the recco much the scream in that building fetal tissue their court horrific gave away this is quite an arresting a not particularly what's the tagline image the title on his brace yourself this politician is about to tell the truth which if you wanna say in a warren beatty doing a hip voice mirror in your had may be with the image of the post of works roy but you know we too are by map pierce the no nine or told by being quite dated film by actually in other ways with message what is actually sang is not that it is totally relevant data and actually i think that such an interesting thing about the foam is the what was really receiver well at the time people do we know what to make of it it performed quite poli the box office and somehow its message is as kind of we have grown slightly and in terms of its scope and its and its way and while he's actually say.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"One of the best political satire has ever for me that clip was great and i wanted to hear a little bit more of that unequipped frustration film because there's some really interesting ideas and observations about money and power and tv but there was a lot of other stuff that really didn't work as well you mean kinda subplot t yeah i mean okay so i thought it was a i thought it was really interesting film and i'm glad to what chicks it said things that i've not seen said anywhere else sending kind of mainstream movies and it is also to be applauded how willing were beat is to make himself look ridiculous in this film is kind of we give occasion it kinda worked some two levels because you've got his character is doing something which has never been seen or heard before and then at the same time you got the film essentially delivering that same message and in a 1998 is his way before a bomb a time when people sunni in why hollywood would have been talking about this stuff for the media at large is is a interesting film an unopposed a risky film who born beta to have made the time okay the bullets if you didn't can't chip is about a liberal politician whose pretty much in ways in the midst of a nervous breakdown who first of all puts out a contract on his own life and then rediscovers his mode show and an extraordinary and careerthreatening line in honesty basically through the medium of hip hop and halle berry a know we'd kind of left termed through south central kenny cool off the hate in time will heed the a hit with the voters these the the questions that this kind of broad political false is dealing with so i was saying that there are some really interesting ideas but my issue with the film at the same time because of course i have an issue with these films is how narcissistic it is it's kind of white hollywood superstar running through compton as a knight in shining armor and even though they are kind of ridiculous things that he he does.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Showed anticipation was a five was always very very excited i was reminded this morning of a quote from the film zombie land weirdly where emily stain is about to meet bilberry and she says oh he's got this direct line to my funny vine and that's the exactly it within each he was me i've heads countless hours laughing at his shows it is phones and so i went and with the highest of hopes three the saved by the festive final lacks i think for very different reasons and by there's little there's it'll pockets of deliver insertive in throughout and then i've stuck to me three fokker a reflection i am i tried you know went home in a red though the hype in a try to amass myself in it and give him the benefit of the dow in where it wasn't a terrible film it was in the film lied gordon hoping for foreign uttam i think probably four four three vote through your honour would look to reward especially early on when the when the really kind of recurring or walked through in him in the immediate aftermath of stalin's death may below the jokes get lost his low of subtle name calling and disconnect kathy remarks they throw each other wish i'd love to just revisit that because i think is this is vase very funny it's a tremendous ensemble cast isn't it but it doesn't have the become machinegun loft deliver that you might expect from his previous were it made me think of dario fo achieved the tone of the shown that kind of marrying of political satire an an really dark humor for me that's quite high praise i was really looking forward to it wasn't the film i thought it was going to be but i really enjoyed anywhere i'll give it.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"In outing to have some facial prosthetics on him slightly and he's he's going to me to be very bulding and he's kind of looks the pa of the character but in every other way it's like oh stupid shemi just given this hilarious performance did you enjoy beth like clip sent me some debt one of the things i liked most devout it i wish i'd seen more of that to be honest i think with any cheese scripts i want it to be in i don't to see like an inch of found the dialogue and i found it'll that blundering it'll that blustery and a little bit offensive renault he sets out to offend times in keno he's ready to be tasteless and unlike bone backley's dana he sets out to humanize his cart is he sent me doesn't go god to do that but there were certain issues i had with the humud certainly at the expense of some of the women or lack of women in the film one instance uh there's a a woman or a young woman hughes it's heavy suggested she's imprisoned and raped by one of the one of the characters in the film and justified later on but not as soon as i'd like to have been as you say very dog pray quickly i am and diets i had some some issues with other ways it was fine it wasn't the perfect film which was disappointing ultra although the combo they are that was what this from does determined to see what is mary the the the kind of classical retelling of of some period of history and even though it's very contemporary nitz telling it does feel fantastic and also that difficult balance between humor which is less than you might expect from the unit fell and the oddly kind of chilling sense of jeopardy of any wrong would could get you bullet in the head or worse he say i'm in the eye a complete that your point i think everybody in this film though is treated in pretty merciless fashion on absolutely anything that was part of the issues that i.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"No clearly clegg o on a lighter note just for we get into reviewing movies and stuff we were talking about great tank lines in and open hathaway's designed giorgio brief mention of tagline in this week's podcast of always loved the good tagline some of my favorite thinking kluge catchmeifyoucan a true story of a real fake that's a good one isn't it can possibly the alltime great us the royal tenenbaums which owing says this would be great film club choice that's good charge anyway tagline for the rotunda amounts you know that was path i'm dan i'm afraid family isn't a word it's a sentence oh and then owns is there some of the so good of just become part of the film lex canal like just when he thought it was safe to go back in the water july two in space now going to you scream alien i had look because there are low tillis and i in a this some of the other ones a 40yearold virgin steve carell filmed the longer you wait the harder it gets yet they out unlike bride of chucky which was to simply chucky gets lucky that's wonderful yeah the usual suspects five criminals one line up no coincidence i mean it's right kill bill here comes the bright as a good one apollo thirteen huston we have a problem bad teacher she doesn't given f they ever actually say that used to may have a problem in the film no in in real life i don't know is it famous because the tagline oil was eliza phrase i wonder whether is whether is of uh they they so cleaned up for the for the film uh or or made it a slight snap here for the film and moran became possibe so goes it align that was made famous later by the bob in whitney's problems in health guys.

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"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Truth in movies today the death of in we read marks but all the good ones is on mendon you knew cheese hysterical slice of horrible history hits the theater also i am not a witch excelled eightyearold gets to speak and spell in surreal tale of superstitious sambia film club bt sport as warren takes on the politicians big business in any notion of self restraint in bulworth it's truth a movies a little white lies podcast and on board today's particula truth in movies range to to welcome base web holly beth kallay would you get up to for a living i am demoted from editor for a tunnel full as short film strength which is coolidge ran amok fooled and this is something we should be looking out for we have the new series series forever anoraks is coming to tell a four in november rise accounted cool random acts as a cts zoellick halloween his and there we will change it to random ex for halloween but we we deliver pined overshadow for housing nicer on and also here adam wood or is it the something different about you items would you know s it's almost like you've been on a journey heavy while the hours away i conveniently missed the entire london film festival right i had a good excuse as a mountain yes moroka are you an atlas i think it was the highest peak in north africa of of aligned just under four thousand two hundred me as a big mountain is the biggest i've been up it was quite a punishing track genome not least people who who really gets a buzz from like concrete nature.

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"bulworth" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Would sack abraham chief investment officer at bulworth capital management so now is the one thing i i was um as you and i didn't i started following you probably in the last four years in in wanted to get into this a little bit where were you at because i i look back at the world i with my grandfather and father sort of the broker dealer in seattle in so i back in '83 so i grew up a around the industry in literally had crib in a brokerage firm um or a plate pen whenever and um and i i look at the world sort of bifurcated in the sense that to me everything changed in two thousand eight two thousand nine what give me i i was naval to really figure out what we're what your take on things was going into that around two thousand seven and tell me if you agree with that in and you know lay out you know how we look at you how you look at that and how you guys at morgan creek kinda do you see it that way what will your thoughts going into it kind of guinea the rundown of that whole donald times i look i i couldn't agree more in and learn more from our mistakes than our successes um this plays right into that that point and know i didn't grow up in the business i and i did grow up on the pacific northwest i grew up in seattle and and i went to blanchett high for a couple of years and and then ended up movin off two to all points east and ended up in chapel hill but um you know in seattle what was interesting is you know you they say you're formed in investing by the environment in which you corrupts i still remember the billboard you know the last personal leave seattle to not allies yeah i mean i i i remember seeing it i it it's not a myth to mean it right with a real billboard and so you know i i i've watched the resilience of the city uh and now in fact they've had lunch with uh to people from seattle here today um who were in town for a meeting over duke and and they were just talking about the absolute craziness of real estate oh it's not particularly in the downtown area and around lake union.

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"bulworth" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"bulworth" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Investment officer if bulworth cavill on them ripped though currencies bitcoin the area but he has more because of her to these darren have you heard a lot about this echoing bitcoin i was like to run things off darren he's our resident millennial and a wizard behind the board's here um so cryptocurrencies and it i'd like to give you an anecdotal story of why i'm i'm we haven't talked a lot about that despite my interest in the subject i i was i found it really fascinating when when we first found out i i started tracking cryptocurrencies and and keeping an eye on him back in two thousand nine in a for several different reasons the biggest reason was because of something that we talk about on on the show quite a bit which is fiat currency in the inflow so you don't know fiat currency is a currency whose value is basically determined in bullied by the fact that some powerful entity says it so it's something that's not backed by value so prior to 1971 when the united states went off the gold exchange we were not a cryptocurrency excuse me we were not a fiat currency we're a currency backed by gold um and and look at it it's i think when you say fiat currency there's an attitude out there that you you or have a tinfoil had on and you're a conspiracy theorist in you think everything's going to end in the world's no it's but that's what you call it right the us collar is a fiat currency the chinese renminbi tonguetwister is a fiat currency the euro is a fiat currency in actually the renminbi a little bit less so because they do have some gold holdings and but it's not backed by anything right those gold holdings or not something that guarantees the value of the currency neither with the euro neither certainly now with the yen but it's a world of fiat currency and will and when you're when you're managing your balance sheets in a fiscally responsible way being a fiat currency is not necessarily a bad thing but like anything else in life every fiat currency we've ever seen in history they don't manage their balance sheets in a.

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