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"chris hewitt" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
"Choosing a book said they were just pictures in the buccaneer. Couldn't something's dark things. Shannon's lack food the overlook. It was always just pictures to me. But i didn't shine like you. Nobody shines like you maximize queen doc. No i anyway. I loved it. I recommend this film. It's as nicholas barber of the bbc said it's credible in its characterization reaching mythological detail and touchingly sincere in its treatment of alcoholism and trauma. The film is impressive and all sorts of ways but it's grazed achievement is that it makes the shining seemed like a prequel attentive rising glimpse of a richer and more substantive narrative. Yes and Chris hewitt of empire said quote working off source material. That is very different from its predecessor. Anyone expecting a straightforward shining sequel will be disappointed. This isn't a grueling exercise in pure horror. It's and more contemplative but worth checking in and that's not even going review but it's true it's true i say so if i had to give it a rating between one and five one being the worst by being the best. He four a sequel. I would give it a five. I mean sequels are not generally. Good they really. Aren't you know the sequel can be a good continuation of a former of a pass storyline. But this was something totally different first of all. It's a beloved film. People are obsessed with the shining kubrick's film. I mean there's an entire documentary. I if you're a fan of the shining you gotta check this out. There's a documentary called broom. Two three seven eat is from start to finish. I can't believe how like well. The documentary has done because from start to finish. It is just crazy. People really smart really successful crazy people talking about these crazy theories they have when it comes to this film. It's like some college professor and intellectual talks about how he sees this as well. This is a comment on the holocaust. Clearly because kubrick did this. And he's wearing that sweater and blah blah blah blah blah. Someone else thinks. It's a comment on how we treated the american indians. Maybe a little bit a little bit. But they're just talking about these random theories they have with no proof in their vary out there but anyway the point is it's a perfect example of how people are obsessed with this film and i know i'm a huge fan of it if certainly not to the point where i have come up with concoctions and my head about well. Why did he do this. And what was he thinking on. The thursday of this shoot like who gives a fuck but i am a huge man of the film and i went in with low expectations partly because i'm a huge fan of the film and no that was turned around me because i love the film the first film it pulled me in with these nods to it and then it won me over by being totally separate entity a whole new film of its own so i would give it a five out of five and if you were to ask me when you should go out and see this film all i could say is if you enjoy the show. Please remember to subscribe and rate us on. I tunes apple podcasts. Or we're also available on spotify. Google plays soon in basically wherever podcasts are found. If you can find podcasts there you can find us there. Follow us on twitter. We're at best radio. That's at next radio and of course feel free to follow me. I'm at j. o. N. b. as in boy l. e. are any arc. That's j. o. N. no age b. as in boy l. e. r. n. e. r. That's my handle on twitter instagram. All that fun stuff..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Now they're gonna now. They're going to devote all those defensive resources to nicole yokich and he's gonna make the right play which is which means if they're forcing in the past you're gonna pass somebody who's open. That player has to hit a shot and so You know are are the who who does that. You know beyond. Maybe michael porter. Jr. you know defenses are gonna just try to take him out of that equation Like in those circumstances. And so i think those are. Those are the questions that still need to be answered. I think in the regular season they're gonna try to figure out rotation getting getting more people comfortable in their new roles but they're gonna win by and large while they're doing that In the regular season. I think and so what's going to happen is is now. How does that translate into the playoffs. Now how how. Tough opponent are the nuggets now in the playoffs to any potential. Chris hewitt tweeted out something about michael porter jr. and this is this is the tweet. I didn't think i'd see at least not this year. But you said hey porter had one of his best is best defensive games of the season i mean. Are we getting to this point. We about ready to say michael porter. Jr. like okay defense. Definitely you know what he's definitely trying hard and that that is the majority of the story you know like defense you know so much of that is staying attentive to what's happening and just putting that effort out there and what you do those two things you'll improve your improve just automatically now after that you know. How quick are you laterally. You know do you You know how well do. You know individual players can you. Can you kind of prey on their tendencies and and make yourself successful defensively in that respect as well those things come with experience and more time on the court but what michael porter jr. seems to be doing here lately is. Is those little things. Play hard play with attentiveness. Play with detail and those things will see through. And i just thought yesterday he was really good and you know and i thought he was good on the ball to you. Know for the most part. I mean he had a tough time at a little having to chase around duncan robinson but But but i thought it has rotate. I thought it was the death rotation game he's ever had in terms of you know where he was. Rotating over as hell psych offender on roll on. Roll is You know just general Players who have now dribbled into the paint and now are opposing threat to your ram. I thought he was really really good. Not being out of position. And and that's what i really wanted to show in the quips that i put out on twitter account earlier today. Chris i think this is. This is so much. Fun to watch michael porter. As as he's learning and i've had countless discussions about frustration is joker frustrated malone. What's their relationship like. Candy play defense. He looks lost out there. He's not necessarily team ball..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I just drive in at the last minute, Eh? What are we talking about today, man we got today. Okay, way. Got a bunch of fun stuff coming up here. We do the mad bull and you're on the sheet. Chris Hewitt on the sheet. I see an author on the sheet. We got a lot going on. And, um We have to start with two notable lives well lived, and Julia, these we were both in the start to be in today. And one of our favorite authors, one of our favorite books. She's written several books, but Hate Quinn. Oh, yeah. The Huntress Alice Network. Yes, And she writes historical fiction, Really? World War two about women's roles about the amazing women Right? And the House network was about, um, you know, the French and Belgian, another women that helped the resistance, Right? So last week, we find out you know in talking about check. Yeager's life that he went. He was shot down in World War two. That resistant fighters, you know, helped him through the crossing from France, Spain over the period knees more right, right right that we'd only hear about, usually in the tour defense. That's right and knew about it from the Alice right? Because she talked about that. So the The woman we're remembering. Today's Janine did grief a rock. Oh, she was Janine. Degree degree for G R E F. She was 95 years old. She died in her Brussels care home. The Corona didn't get her. But she was born in 1925, and she was a 14 year old. Belgian school girl when the Nazis invaded in May 1940 This could also maybe get people to put into perspective, You know, because this feels like such an apocalyptic year to so many of us? Yes, just to put into perspective, like, okay, we didn't. We had to worry about being bombed every day. That's right so with because she was so young at 16 He became a member of the Belgian resistance and she helped smuggle smuggle hundreds of allied airman mostly British, but 108 Americans through next Nazi occupied France Tendril, Spain. She and her father and her mother, who was called Ton P go, which means ant go and her older brother were credited was saving more than 320 of the 800 airman who survived being shot down over Belgium, just Belgium and at every step And I don't know if you watch that show world without end. It was on masterpiece. Maybe earlier this summer was a six part so good. Um, but anyway and every single because we kind of see this story line with how youth could play on the site of resistant fighters, so it every step of the of the way she was in danger of capture. He would have been executed immediately, which that happened to many of her Belgian comrades 250 of whom died in Nazi concentration camps, and she's believed Be among the last surviving members of what was called the comet line, which is what the resistance Underground network in Belgium was called, and it was founded by 1941 by a 40, a 24 year old nurse, right who started at and So you gotta love the women. I know. By the time she was 19, she had made more than 30 dangerous trains by trips by train, tram, bicycle or on foot from France to the Spanish border with Allied airman. Under her wing, she would often pretend to be their daughter, Little sister. So before they would embark on these life or death voyages, she would teach the airman all carrying false passports. That her father and her brother forged basic answers in French or German. And she told the American Airman Never jingle the change in your pockets. Mm hmm. That's a clear sign here in America, Uh, not too to gum because Europeans really to gum and to avoid a swaggering walk and instead Composed themselves like someone whose country had been occupied by another army. And I called Bliss. Yeah, hopeless. Yes, and when she'd escorted small groups of Air Mint, the laughs Thief House in France, which was below the foothills of the pure unease. Then she would walk her cycle with them to meet. The best mountain guides would take them over. What book? Did we just read about this? I know we just had unauthorized Laurie. Just like really living like someone we interviewed six months ago. The most. That's what I wanted to I we we do. We're talking about a life Well lived. Julian de grief. Janine. Ginny thinking I was gonna quiz you and rack or on that, but very good. Um It would take seven days to walk over the mountains, and they'd have to avoid the Nazis in France and then the Spanish paramilitary police in the airman were then usually picked up by agents of Britain's M 19, or time, their intelligence service like the CIA. I am one of the British airman she saved was think of how brave you have to be. I know. I mean, I know it and she anyways, there are people that found her later. But I wondered if she was one of the people. I don't know where Chuck Yeager was shot out. Shot down was a international bad. It wasn't a Minnesota relationship don't know. Wow, and she when Hitler's forces rolled into Belgium, she and her brother and her parents and grandmother Fled and they were going to sail to the U. S. But they decided to stay and resist the Nazis. And they established a chain of safe houses. The brother and father did the forgeries and she did the escorting and she received the British King's medal for courage. He got the U. S presidential medal of Freedom as well as Belgian and French words She never married and she never had Children. So that's a life 95 years old. That's a life. Yeah, I'll live. Yeah, and Bob for us to British airman who was rescued by her. She didn't bat an eyelid. A real heroine. That girl Oh, yeah. Yeah, anyway, but that's it. That's my fellow. Can I tell you something that a basketball players that is doing that's really cool, Rocco, you may know of Larry Nance Jr from the Cleveland Count Cavaliers. So he is so worried about the small businesses in Cleveland, and he's trying to figure out what can I do to support them? So he sent out a tweet or an instagram telling everybody in Cleveland, go buy something from a local store. I'm in Accel. Send it to me. Give me the information about how people come by it and I will wear it when I play the exhibition games, you know, because they're not starting their season till close to Christmas. And so he said, he will. Whatever on Ben he's going to sell his jersey every night, and whatever price someone pays for it, he'll match it and give it back to the local store that he's featuring. And he just said, These are our city's These air. Our This is our city. The star community. This is a time of need.
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my talk one of seven one and now is there Nicky the announcer the week Lori and Julia child neat welcome to the first I always wanted to be a radio announcer I took some classes we got it educated so tell me how I'm doing pretty good so far here goes live on the radio and on the my talk out here they are Lori and Julia with producer Donnie love on my talk one of seven one it is Thursday afternoon twin city six more into mark one or seven one thank you for joining us I will entertain you we will keep you informed talk to Chris Hewitt about maybe some classic films that you might want to check out he knows all about talk to Chris Riemenschneider about music we got everything lined up for you to make it entertaining afternoon quick update on our fundraising for the Sheraton story if you include the twenty five hundred dollar a donation from Chris Lindahl there up to ten thousand eight hundred and thirty seven dollars and meals on wheels if you include David from first equities contribution they are at eleven thousand six hundred and forty six dollars self fabulous thank you everybody for your dedication sat so awesome that is so awesome we appreciate it.
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Everybody thinks you know what that's rejected with Chris Hewitt who covers all things movie and also you review some plays and shows for the Star Tribune so I always appreciate reading your good reviews you have a good one my throne press and with your Valentine's day I yes that's hard yeah three yeah I enjoy it was yesterday were tech to Kevin playing about his show you know what those see tomorrow night because that such a sweet show and suburb there's a license yeah I'll be have to go through so I can't go but I guess I could go it's ironing whining Calexico is tomorrow night which I also wish I could go to but I cannot so many things in our twin cities area were just hello sophisticate should I be complaining about the fact that we have to me I'm not a license okay just actors real quickly because they don't want to move on to some gossip with you what about the guy Ritchie movie the gentlemen I think it is still playing in the Twin Cities is Hugh grant Charlie Hon willingness and if you haven't had any any yeah what did you think of this movie Henry Golding it's like jam packed with Heidi's yesterday you wish to take the shirt off but don't shoot it's basically every other guy Ritchie movie it's the same as every move our match right like that not fight club that's very bad snatches him blocks markets stock and two smoking barrels yeah it's you know a bunch of people wasting each other and making wisecracks it does have a woman in it which is sort of unusual for him and she's played by Michelle Dockery from Downton abbey this is quite funny is she yes I love the line that I can because as bad word okay somebody should be giving because it's a very fine line okay applicable to other things she plays the wife of the Matthew McConaughey's character and they're sort of like drug kingpins in one day and were reeling and dealing and backstabbing did you like someone more than any other character in the movie that surprise you yes Hugh grant keeps surprising us light full I met Paddington to move into he was delightful and that Meryl Streep movie I'm very British scandal he was delightful well he was sort of awful awful like fall are you always bring a Paddington dear.
"chris hewitt" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Just tried to explain the concept of HP sauce to an international journalist and failed miserably, Hello pod. I'm Chris Hewitt, and welcome to the podcast, this week, I'm joined by two colleagues of such lethal cunning, and I wanna know what their content game is. I wanna. I mean, how did you describe HP saw this is my favorite condiment? I'm a Brown sauce aficionado by fuck me. I couldn't tell you what's in vinegar, definitely. It's got Brown stuff in it. No respect her of how podcasts work. A man speaks before he's introduced this choice. Choice on this is how these things work, you wait until you introduce menu speak. That's how eight work fuck you in the establishment rebel, come to you. I find I was going to Helena HARA. I Hora Helen condom and gain is your favorite condiment something to do with the Winchesters. Is it is? It's secretions from the nipples that happened. What? No a Cup. How would I even don't even know how that would work? I don't want to know you squeeze your nipple now. I don't want to know I told you I didn't want to know you, I don't think they're like a cat. No. As we learned from me, the parents, you can basically anything nipples, including Winchester's never thought I mean, because he kinda stumps in with his next question. I I have. have. I just, like I feel the answer to that question is probably know for most men ago, including the wind jesters, then lactate. This is going very straight very fast. They do not know their. Vestigial distill Jill. I believe nip list. He's. Yeah. He's bringing them out by don't you know bring them up. Give me mile nipple seven incredibly valuable function. They let you know, when you've waited too far out into the sole purpose. Also let you know if the running you've bought is chafing. That's true. It's really important to our cotton, guys remember to get a sweat, Weiqing fabric. Yes. A sweat on Weiqing fabric. If you can find Joan wyking fabric. That's also cool. Yep. Cool, cool. So, okay. So let's say that your favorite condiment is not secretion do Winchester. Thanks sauce. Odeen know what would it be? I mean really boringly catch up play or Menes. Don't like burns. I'm sorry. Oh, how can you not like Brown sauce? It's kim. Is your favorite supernatural theme dessert, an apples cake? I get. Do I she like Eccles cakes? I'm sorry. I've rented joke you did. But I like that. You've made it, you know, you had the knowledge to make that joke which, I don't think Chris would have had talk you. You. How dare you how, how dare you could you though point jen's nationals in the lineup. Yes, I could are you? Sure, wait. No, he's he the one with long hair. Is he is he? You know, I asked you, I is he the long Loma, the long hair see I just think of him nipples, I know. So I don't really look at their faces just look at their glorious round nipples Huey day or on her, he's the one.
"chris hewitt" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Understand your enemy you have to get inside their head to defeat your enemy however you have to get inside their lower intestinal tract and expand exponentially of course that stratagem only applies if you're a specific marvel character who's power is shrinking and growing will battling an extremely powerful enemy for example if you're the lovable criminal turned superhero ant man and the enemy is the merciless giants chin super villain finals before i go on i should mention that this story contains spoilers about the movie ventures endgame end it also may contain mild spoils of your dinner now endgame has made billions of dollars and it's also critically acclaimed it has a ninety four percent fresh rating on rotten tomatoes but a small percentage of people didn't like it and apparently a small percentage of that small percentage were disappointed ant man didn't defeat santos in the most obvious way possible by flying up his butt and expanding recently screenwriters christopher marcus and stephen mcfeely were asked just that by host chris hewitt on the empire podcast congo's are really obvious question the questions and everybody's lip do any point consider actively having a man go up front offices and he's a gun you have a theory that the idea of a period that fan of could take a punch from the hulk reaching the your hand a stance reason his whole body is the at least the strongest that mhm and a that defenseman expand it you would be a complete crushed against immovable wall.
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Getting to for Thursday Chris Hewitt from the search of unions during your notes, and he was in New York last week. So we're here in the second half. When you're, you're some of the Broadway stuff you saw. And then this first epaulets movies, let's start with John, wick with that delicious. Ageless vampire, Ken Reeves highly vary. Hollywood's finest looking people both been around the movie business for a long time. Houston. Third generation Hollywood lady, what did you think of, John, we well, it's super violent so people should be warned if that's about him for them that it's going to be do they not know that. Well, I mean, even it's, it's actually more violent than I didn't see too. Okay. More violent than one for sure. Sure. He's, he's an ongoing character. John with. Yes. Most of the other characters in it are new, this will not all of them, but that might be a little bit of. Spoiler. But anyway, yeah. He's sort of, you know, he vanquishes evil doors. And he's getting revenge as his wife and it s great stunts. It's, it's kind of funny. Yeah. It sitting at ninety percent from critics on rotten tomatoes, and it opens tomorrow. It's a fun one. Yeah, I'd have one is going to be huge. Will that upset of injures injures at the box office? Maybe not because it's are rated so kids, well, kids can get in, but they're going to spend their money on an adventure ticket, and then go to. Gets the money either way. Okay. Also joking Houston. Does terrible acts that? Guess terrible. It is kind of a fun way. Russia next. Can't be like Natasha. Forest and Natasha. She's looking very much like Natasha from the cartoon kind of is, you know what I mean? She'll just say whatever she wants to say, that's we love it. We love it. And that's what she didn't hurt too memoirs kind of back to back books that she wrote. I feel like I might have to read those books loved. I loved, she's I don't know. You know, Julian ever talking about it the other day. I just think it's because she is like this Hollywood person who's for first second third generation, I mean, she's just like we'd none bother her ruffling feathers. Exactly. Sort of seen it all. And you know, there's just I don't know. I, I know she was in a lot of hot water with a lot of people have to that vulture interview. But I just found it to be wonderful. Yeah, yeah. I'm sort of torn I can't decide, especially about the Woody Allen stuff. But whatever, whatever, yeah. She gets to say, okay, I want to know about the hustle was it's not good. Good. Is this zealous who's in this Anne Hathaway and rebel Wilson, and I'm starting to think I like rebel Wilson and smaller dose? She's too much too much, especially in this movie. And it's really surprisingly kind of crude like I remember, it's been a long time. So maybe the movie doesn't stand up there. I remember being kind of elegant and clever clever. And this one. Roasts and dumb and I love in Hathaway. So I wanna see Anne Hathaway. Good thing. He worked hard making the last week for this movie. She's I, I feel like she's one of those like there's some people who say, no, I'm not going to the Prescott, don't get. No, I'm not gonna do whatever that's not. This year for serenity, right? Which was a movie that was clearly a bomb. Even though I actually kinda liked it. Yeah, that one too good for you. Gotta love that about her. I mean, she commits her project and she follows through, I think that's about rebel Wilson, and I've heard this from people, she rubs on people, and she plays the same type of character rubs on people bunglers p people. She bugs people. Oh, I thought you meant literally. Have you heard of the rubbers to new, Pat? She wears on people badly. But here's the question, if that movie just costs like ten million dollars to make and she can get fifty million dollars out of the box office. Then does she get, you know, then she'll be able to do another movie, maybe she'll get better material? Maybe I mean, she probably has, I would guess, pretty substantial ustralian audience movie market, so that probably helps keep getting these parts. But yeah, I would like to see her do something a little different not played the abrasive goal. Listen McCarthy did. But playing the forger go, great movie ever, forgive me the worst title ever, just too long. Can you context? Okay. Talk to us about souvenir. What is what is it? I just thought this morning is with a total Swinton's daughter is the star of. Right. It was at Sundance. And if hind of a coming of age story, she is a young woman who is starting film, school and spends a lot of time with their friends talking about this project that she wants to make and the feedback she gets kind of as you come from a privileged background at set in the eighties. You come from a privileged background. You haven't really learned anything, you're not really ready to make these kinds of movies that you want to make. And then the movie, basically, is her Olympian, the life that's going to give her the background that's going allow her to be compassionate about the stories of pain and suffering, because she goes through a lot in the movie, she has a boyfriend, who we don't immediately know why, but clearly trouble from the beginning and a lot of things go wrong for her over the course of the movie. And by the end, we're left with the impression that maybe she's going to be a good filmmaker because she's kinda her is open until the Swinton her real life, mother plays her mother. And she's kind of just. Just like a doting mom. It's a very until the Swinton if part like she's not crazy. She's not an alien. She doesn't turn out. The, you know, have a direct line is going to make till what's the name name is really hard for me. It isn't Swinton isn't something burn. Okay. Just going to be a breakout thing, where she's going to be kind of, like, I think. For this role. I think it's kind of a small movie. So I don't know that this is going to be a huge hit, but it's her performance is really spectacular. And in a very kind of quiet and subtle, and Hugh minds me a little bit of like a Molly ringwald in the super intelligent. She's tall. She has this kind of tentative quality that feels like a person who's figuring things out, which I think, is kind of magnetic on screen. Yeah. So, yeah, I think she's going to get a lot of parts as a result of this movie. And when did souvenir open, I think it opens the thirty first I heard that she fell felon into the part by accident. She didn't have any acting experience prior previous to this. Did you hear that? Chris, I didn't hear about the X dental part. But I think this is her first major thing there's no pictures of her. And I suppose when your mom is Tilda Swinton. It's easy to sort of accidentally fall into those things. Yeah. How about the movie longshot and tell people who's in? That's surely stern and thrown in the Ron commas and this kind of a romp com or do we call it that I think we can call it around. I feel like some recent Ron calms have been a little bit questionable whether or not there around calmer, not about this. But this one, I think is for sure. Rom com. It's. It is romantic, I have a little bit of a qualm about the romance and it is very funny. It is funny. Yeah. I don't think has had a chance to be funny unscreened in this way, I've interviewed a couple times, and she is very funny. She's clever. Very clever person, but she's mostly been, you know, saving the world or kicking guys in the teeth, and this time, she is a secretary of state, who is considering running for president, and she reconnects with a former middle school classmate who always had a crush on her. Is that set? Throne who becomes her speech writer, and he kind of reminds her of her ideals from the past that you sort of lost sight as she's gotten heavier into the politics game. And he also reminds her of the fun side, and he gets a lot of drugs, so they sort of started relationship all. His they had so much chemistry when they did their interviews together. Yeah. The just having fun super fun. And I had no idea. She was producing, and she produces minehunters than TV series. That was just like it's been probably killers serial killers. People have been waiting for a comeback. It's very clever how this show is done. But she just told he's told everybody, I've just had to take control of my career and just, you know, start producing and doing so I could do things. I mean that's woman at Hollywood, and you want to work after forty. Yeah, so she's making it work. Well, it did you like the romance between the two? Did you believe it? That's where people said it was a little, I did believe it. But at the end of the movie, I was like, what is the message here that a woman who is really smart who wakes up in the morning with her makeup party on looking fabulous? She has this amazing crashes potentially going to be the president of the United States, does seem to serve a little better this donor, who has an advanced from since he was twelve years old crush on her name. A little. Name a little higher. Okay. So there is that element. But the romance. That's just could be fantastic bridge romance because Roman yes, that's my hope. Did you like ventures then game is that as great as everyone said it wasn't mean? Did it satisfy you as a fan? Oh, it is a very satisfying conclusion to all of these stories. It's quite long. I mean it's more than three hours. Yeah. Yeah. Just sounds horrible. But if your fam-. Here's son. Tiger going crazy. They loved it so much. I think it's definitely worth seeing it. And I have had a fair amount of superhero fatigue, particularly marvel fatigue because they're all the same. Yeah. A lot of them. Don't have that much of a sense of humor. The Thermo is actually do exception in that regard. But this one does have I think a little bit of a sense of humor. And if maybe earns the three hours because it has a lot of stories that it wants to wrap up. I mean some of these characters presumably, we're not gonna see again, it was played by these actors anyway. Yeah, because they're all done. I mean Chris Evans was just talking about. I mean like on his insert Twitter that it was a motion for these guys knowing because they've been on the regular how long have they been foaming. These. Yes. Yes. Yes. And one thing that's kind of fun about it is characters who have been in previous, I think this is twenty first marvel cinematic universe. Movie characters have been the previous twenty who you definitely never thought you were going to see again, do pop up briefly, like, I'll just mention as a little bit of a spoiler Natalie, Portman from the first movie is back, which I would never have guessed that she was going to be in. It's only a very quick appearance, but it's fun to see those people, and have them sort of wrapped into the that story. Do you think deadpool helped make the marvel universe? And some of the other stuff funnier to add more humor, you think deadpool and Ryan Reynolds, had anything to do with that doing the sort of the maybe I would say, like the first ironman movie is really fun. Taking it skew from who gives me one of the great superhero performance. Movie, but maybe they did lose a little loose sight of that a little bit because there are so many explosions in these movies. Somebody likes wasn't special effect battling another special effects lightning bolts special effect on his hand. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe there, just isn't that much time for joke. That's Chris Hewitt from the Star Tribune, and we've been catching up with him on movies to go and see. And then we come back you were in New York City last week and.
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Entertainment. Colleen lindstrom. Bradley trainer, Bradley. What did she do? Oh, gosh. Oh, no, no. We love. Liz. All right. And you just got tickets. Finally, no, she added a show in the twin cities that's presale tickets go on sale Friday. It's going to be in October at the armory of all things. So that girl is burning up the charts at cetera, especially with her new album because I love you charted at tops number one. I mean, she's going place. Okay. Always proud of lizotte because of course, she's a hometown gal. But here's what. So there was like one mild like somebody kinda maybe had some thoughts about her album that she was not a happy with. And she said the following on Twitter in all caps people who quote review albums, and don't make music them shut themselves should be unemployed. Implying that people who don't make well, and she went on with another tweet by saying. Where the one about the she says, I honestly feel this way about everything. Like, don't criticize my MAC and cheese. If you burn rice period, like, if you ain't a cook get out the kids, and you know, there was something like sort of like the thing we love about lizards that she's just herself. And she she does not care. What you think? But very quickly people responded like this was not the take you wanted to have. I don't think so people responded right away. Like, here's this one. One particular response to her initial comment. This isn't the way to go since you have a tremendous career in front of you don't eight folks with something you can't support just about every single industry that is publicly critiqued has folks who don't create what they're critiquing food, film fashion, TV music, and she sort of like sort of started the back away from it. But kind of still holding onto her point. She's went on to say Lozada this in indication all music journalist to kick it in the studio with me for my next album. I'd like to understand your world as much as you can understand mine, and then she went on to say gonna take my temper off the internet. So like she was having some issues. Yeah. But I think what a lot of people reacted to girl you had one like mediocre review in a sea of like just overwhelming are welling positive, positively. Yeah. In thoughtful, critiques takes and the question. I really thought was like, oh does she have a point? But no, she really doesn't have a point because think about. Like, you don't wanna have to be a chef to have opinions about food. We critique television shows all the time or movies all the time. Have you been in TV? Now, we all everyone's entitled to opinions. She's probably focused more on people who make a living living actual critic. And we did try to get an actual critic on today. But they busy watching that avengers movie. I don't even get everybody's in that movie, right? Chris Hewitt to see if you talk to us, and I know his thing isn't music, but he's a critic. And I I think critics probably, you know, this isn't the first one ever they give a review that. Perhaps the artists doesn't appreciate you know, they probably feel a little bit of that heat. And you can understand artists not being happy with less than stellar reviews. But that's just like comes with the territory, and it's easy to sort of pooh-pooh reviewers and people critics, but I think they actually do a legitimate job. Right. Like, they're providing an actual service. And again, I don't think you have to be an artist to appreciate art. No. In fact, have opinions about actually, you know, I don't know to me people who have opinions about it who are not who do not actively do that. Art have really valuable opinions about it, partly because they appreciate that. The what what is being done? Usually extreme lovers. Critiquing? Absolutely. And certainly, you know, there are people who may be due who would've wanted to be musicians. But maybe they don't have that level of talent. But they are able to appreciate it. And look at it with a critical eye, and that is actually their way of participating in that industry. Also, yet, I think you can if you're one of those people who like obsesses over something, and you are constantly just sucking it in and taking it in and appreciating it, and you've got a wealth of knowledge because you've been doing that for years like you bring to that art form or whatever it is a certain skill level that the average person like you were I we just look at something like that. But you don't give too much thought as to why you don't like that. Really? I mean, sometimes we do, but it's not in the same way. That critic who has done so repeatedly over and over again for years in a way that provides them some knowledge of the larger. Thing like, whatever that industry is music. For example. They've been listening to music for decades. They've seen the evolution of the music industry when they probably yeah. They probably have a pretty good handle on the history that that goes around in a way that you or I wouldn't. And I always do appreciate the perspective of a critic for that reason. I don't necessarily always agree with a critic. And it's not to say you have to agree with them. People would listen to this show. You know, astute radio critics because there are that's the thing. Is that a thing that is it he to their TD critics, right? But there are no radio critics. Thank god. We pick the right. Yeah. We did. Yes. This is our arts. Good criticism can help like you guys said contextualized art in a bigger picture. Right. That is a great service that some people would say that the art of criticism is a dying. Art me. Meaning that there aren't as many publications and venues who are willing to invest in criticism as valid art form. Yeah. And they are not willing to invest money. Right. That's what I mean. That's not what I also think that's a sign of the times. Because I think that we probably have a generation coming through. I think there are people in our own generation who do not understand the function of criticism, especially when they are the subject of it can be kid. Take criticism is not necessarily even bigger than it's not bigger. It's like, it's more informed than just a snap judgment opinion. Yeah. But it's okay. It's okay. For somebody to not like what you do for whatever reason they can build a case for it. First of all constructive criticism is not necessarily by nature negative. Right. Obstructive criticism is somebody who may very well. And I find this oftentimes with people who are, you know, consider themselves. Deep fans of particular artists that you know, a lot of times they have the stronger opinions. You know, negative opinions as well as positive or the particular artist because they feel so deeply connected to that person's work. Absolutely. Whereas critics can often, you know, sort of put themselves again in context and dispassionate way that like removing think would be helpful for an artist like, for example, your partner. Jamie loves Madonna. He would not be a good Madonna critic. But maybe that's that's an interesting conversation a little different. But yeah. To your total stands for somebody who it doesn't even matter. What it is. They put out they are going to love it, regardless. Just by virtue of the fact that it came from that person who they are. So who they admire so much, but the ability to step back, and really, you know, it's funny because I think it probably have told the story on the air before I won't name any names. But I went to a concert one time when I was young very young. And it was. Vanilla ice concert. And there was a reviewer in the area. Who is not particularly fond of that concert read the review in that the publication for which that person it was John. And he probably was right. I don't know. I was like thirteen twelve or thirteen and I read his critique of it. And at that age anything that was not in favor of the thing that I loved was extremely aggravating. So I took it on myself to write a critique of his critique. Notebook paper with a pen and to this day. I don't know if you told him I actually sent it or not I can't remember if I actually sent it. But I avoid him. Now when he's in the building because I'm embarrassed at the age of forty one of what twelve year old Coleen dead because he didn't like the vanilla..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Did you see Papillon? The movie. Again, it was like pick it did it stink off. I mean, Charlie really. So good. Also, not very good potential pets, right? All right. Were you were you in the segue case? So do you give? People should know it strange. Yeah. That is the Hollywood speaking that is fastened to. There's the thing. I can't even say on air with the name of this room is the room. Does. She screw him. No. Gravity. So I don't know. Gravity. But there's this room that you go into this bench with kind of like a almost like a Debra winger in urban cowboy much more graphic oh for Jillian. Oh well. Those online. Yeah. Dimensions the centers for. Notes. Oh, interesting. What about? I want to ask. Okay. This one is a remake that is not needed. David harbour. I'm glad I got into this amazing shave. But the movie you like if you're fan of the original. Yeah. I mean that seems like who'd most likely go, but those people would be much better off just coasting on the memory original, which was really good. By Ron Perlman, who I think is funnier than David harbour, and that lens element that you like 'em. Plus those were made by Toro went onto become. The fans of this are going to it didn't need to be remade. Long ago. What was that like twelve years ago? Maybe like that. Okay. The cure nightly movie aftermath. This one torque. Yeah, this one really what it what does this movie? Look like what's takes place for the sort of declining years of World War Two. And cure nightly husband is a diplomat played by Jason Clark from zero dark thirty. I've seen the trailer for this and this. I know it does the good. It's not very good. They go to Germany to kind of finish up diplomatic stuff at the end of the war. And they essentially requisition the home of I think he's a banker. Anyway, it's a really nice house of Alexander Skarsgard who they shove into the attic with his daughter, and then they take over his palatial home. And of course care nightly has moved into home where Alexander scarves gifts. Every. Diplomatic dude. Yes. Yeah. Jerry. Or pants. Sometimes you spent some time in the attic, but doesn't it? I mean, it's apparently based on true story, but none of the events are very convincing. I think you're actually pretty good. And I think Alexander Skarsgard is pretty good. But like from the very beginning of the movie, you're like folk here nightly choice between Alexander Skarsgard and Jason Clark. I wonder who's. So obvious. Do you think? Okay. So here's here's what happens. So this. I wanted this one to be good. It looked good sex JR. Alexander skarsgard. And they're okay. I mean, they're not like super and if it's real were to. Yeah. He's still screw. Oh, yeah. He looked gorgeous rich banker question when you see a review when you're reading in the Star Tribune from Chris Hewitt, and you're reading it actually review. Let's say you're reviewing your local paper, and then you're going to look at other places for the view and audiences Lovett, but critics hate it audiences. Loved the aftermath credit stated skeptical. You can write movies without even seeing them. That's what I wanted to know. I'm these sites. These said sites were. Yeah. Yeah. Do these, you know, so anyone can read it, and you don't even have to see the damn movie. Yeah. What was the thing recently where they made a big deal of the fact that now they were going to require people the movie. They go. Yeah. It was the case. Scenery. But you have to remember to that rotten tomatoes is owned by dangle, you know, in the machine 'til like I get really upset that my husband to rely on a movie book that Julia would get him every year member those multi those blocks you could trust Leonard reliant on rotten tomato. I think a lot of people are. At this percent painter. We need. Yeah. People. Yeah. Whatever I mean. I don't know. But I if I wanna see movie, I just I wanna see it. It's just overwhelmingly sometimes you can tell or just looks bad or something like that. But sometimes you got to see a movie like engaging Clark has kinda hot sometimes everybody's wrong. Yeah. Jason clark's. So she has between Alexander. Yeah. I always liked that cro-magnon. Look some people have. Yeah. Heavy brow. Crankier face and everything. Sane. And he's got that in Spain. Really? Whereas Alexander Skarsgard is really beautiful with anybody. And it's not a really everybody else. Pretty much. Yeah. Chris you when we come back mytalk one zero seven one everything. Guts..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Please tell us? What's going on guys were just talking about the canned film festival with the star? Tribune critic Chris Hewitt and contrary to speculative reports, Greta gerwig adaptation of Little Women will not be screening at May's Cannes film festival. You know, no word on that may be quitting Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood will be ready for screening over at the camp film festival. But you cannot catch Little Women. At can however it will be released on Christmas day, you nor anything because that movie has been made so many times again, you just see like that be the savvy re this movie has met seventeen times. Yeah. It's still very much in post production. That's. Was. All right. Moving on from that, Justin Timberlake. His man of the woods. Tour grossed two hundred twenty six point three million dollars and thirteen months. I'm sure Jessica Biel is making a remember to video right now to Justin Timberlake, whispering. What a good job. He did great. Yeah. Yes. Nowhere flannel. Justin Timberlake and Gwen is Paltrow. Well, she likes to comment on social media. And she's added again, she recent recently commented on a tweet that was published actually an Instagram account. Crazy be problems. Here was the original post. I'm twenty one years old this is prime boob time. And I'm paraphrasing here when I'm forty and they're saggy. I'll put them away Paltrow responded. Hey now forties. Bubis can still be all that and a pack of chips. Don't you forget it over a few people couldn't resist mocking Gwyneth Paltrow four saying all that and a bag of chips. She did not need to respond. Yeah. Swat she does. She think she. Herself. She can't help herself. Well, that's all the.
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Want to let everyone knows about flying high pranced around, and I made mushroom soup, and I made from skimpy, and I made and you put it was candles and just because it was snowing and lizard, like, how do we bring joy? We'll speaking of. Hello, Dolly, we we're going to talk about this with Chris Hewitt. But Hello Dolly with Betty Buckley is coming into town next week. I cannot I cannot wait. And if they're sick it's available people and it starts on Tuesday. Next tuesday. The sixteenth runs through Sunday at one o'clock. But the she's an icon. She is a four-time Tony award winner. If you grew up, you know, when I did maybe a little older than than you, Holly. But not as old as Donnie, of course, somewhere in the eight is enough. I know you didn't time show dick van Patten. No, she was he was Abby. She oh, I'm thinking of a different show. Patti LuPone on. No. She was the mom on eight is enough. And will oh my gosh. If you're a Broadway kid, and she's known as the voice of Broadway. So anyway, that is good. That number. It. So I was trying like that. You're trying to catch the movies coming out. Oh, you're preparing yourself. I remember Julia about a year ago, we wrote down I haven't in my book in your book of predictions, Manila envelope predictions. Disastrous prediction for casts, the musical heading to movie theater near you this holiday season stink. I'm gonna throw out the prediction from twelve nineteen sixteen where we were gonna see I said make Markle is going to marry Prince, Harry and Lori said, no. And so did Donnie that was a five we have money in that one. No, I think Laurie may have paid me. Go. Go..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Gonna do some Groucho Marx glasses with the eyebrows. In the mustache traded coach, really. Foreign accents. Let's try try. Let's try this now. Juliette spice Jesus good as Jody colmer is far next. Oh. Let's try to go undercover. Something with a with a posh British accent. Yeah, you're supposed to. Affects some t okay work. I think you just blew your cover. Secrets are gone. Terrible tickled me. I'd release all the vote. Gordon spill like like a bucket one. I mean, your significant others ever pin you down and tickle you. I'm not ticklish. Have you ever done it to him, of course? Yeah. It's torture. Donnie, are you ticklish? Like on the ribs went that just for some people say you could why don't Spicer them says shooting each other. Pin you down. Interrogation. We're gonna strip you. Ticklish thin armpits. Okay. We'll talk. As you're being yourself. Well, Laurie can rest assure that her guy, Mick Jagger is doing okay. He tweeted out a picture of him today that it's just to walk in the park. He really a newer. He had an Arctic air Val replace. But he had a newer procedure where they go into the groin and they use micro. You know, little things were little scopes up there. But I mean, it used to be such an invasive kept open arts, rip open, your whole, chest and stuff. So he was walking around is mic. Yeah. And we still don't know how people are dealing with the widespread panic about Fleetwood MAC, not being at the New Orleans jazz fast, clutch Pearl. We don't know we haven't heard of anyone's replacing that we did who is that. It's widespread panic. Oh, I didn't hear that. But then he's. The band. They headline says oh, Julia. I told you two days ago. Did you think I meant the term people aren't a widespread panic? Yeah. No. What does it say why it's panic? Yes. And then I just read Fleetwood MAC at New Orleans jazz festival, but I forgot the word replaces all my tech there. Well. Again, why? Repetitive. To Lori panicking. That I touched her soon as I heard that he's Chris Hewitt going to join us. I've called both as numbers is no answer. There's breaking news happening. The search listen, we gotta take a quick break. When we come back guests the celebrity voice to win tickets cerebral concert will be right back to being a beautiful apple so far. The weather's been nice, more and more. People are listening to us on the mytalk app, and some lucky people have been winning a hundred and seven dollars in the daily apple prize..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on Design Speaks
"It's kind of a went fun thing about me that I enjoy like I like being a nine because. So this one was really really cool an ice seen the ship. So if you listen to seven it's very lighthearted and fun, and it talks about the seven Alah, obviously. But it's got a completely different feel an eight has shifted entirely. It's intense. It's dramatic it's straight to the heart and also vulnerable a really weird way. Yeah. And I think that's an eight. So I messaged him on Instagram. I didn't get a response back. But I said because I'm nine wing eight which is don't worry about the wings guys. Don't even worry about it. But I said my eight wing doesn't deserve eight. Thank you for obviously pouring, your heart and soul into it. I can feel it. And I said I'm a nine and just want to encourage you, you're in the homestretch, you can do this one more, and he's an eight is as the nine. He's a nine. Chris Hewitt's who we interviewed is an eight. Okay. That's why I thought you message. Okay. I I did actually mess message. Chris and we talked for a bit said. Hey, Chris since our interview I've discovered a nine wing eight previously thought it was a nine one. I said I was really confused in my world was shaken because the combination of eight thousand nine scared me, and it's hold my overall. Love the song by Ryan O'Neal and really excited to listen to him on the podcast because Chris here's is on the podcast with Ryan O'Neal for sleeping at last. And the every up the series. I said I can't wait to listen to the podcast. What you have to say about it on Friday. I'm sure you had a blast in like Asterix talking about your type, and I noted the heavy sarcasm, and he responded with a bunch of hand claps. And he said nines make may he said nine might take the longest to self type. So you're solid. It took me a very long time. And I said if I am anything, but a nine wing eight I'm just wanna die. I just want to rip my hair out because I've like figured this out. But anyway, so that song has been really really great for me to listen to because I kind of resonate with it a bit, and I can just see all of the hard work that he's put into each of his songs, and especially feel it now that makes sense because I get it. I just really enjoy it. Yeah. Dr not anywhere near the eight in any possible way. You said you listen to three because you are a tight hungry, and you you ride cried. And you don't do that. And so for me finally hearing something about me, I'm like, this is get it. This is it. I love the four song. I love the one song. All the other songs. I thought are really good. But the four in one have been the ones that I've been able to be like, oh, yeah. That's so cool. I get it because I have friends who are and I can kinda like I get it. You know, but eight has been like, no, this is part of me. I get see. So it's been really cool. Great. And I've talked too long about it. That's okay. I mean, I didn't bring a song because I've been listening to eight a lot as well. I have less to say about it outside of fact, it's like super cool and very dramatic. And I love the horns, I love this the difference of you know, the feel of it. Even sounds very different from just sleeping at last in a lot of ways. It's not as a theory and all that stuff. But it's really great. So yeah, that's okay. They talked. I didn't talk. Do you have something that you're loving right now? Something that I'm loving right now, Valentine's. Yeah. Even when Valentine's Day is over as it is right now, you still love it like. Yeah. We're recording..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The by. Tune you say. Did you say? Take care of that today. No. I don't think it's. Somewhere. It's one of the sweetest accents. Oh my gosh. He irishman. Love it love it. I have to say I was pretty damn excited to hear about the Nancy drew pilot coming, you know, hopefully, Riverdale, and oh see Gaza girl people being behind it. And I'm glad we settled it. When somehow we got into what Owen Chris Hewitt was here talking about Nancy drew because there's Nancy during the hidden staircase. Which was the very first book. Yes, I feel like that one the secret of the old pock. I can't remember. But I've read all of those and I'm like, well, Nancy drew was a blonde. He said, no, no, no, no. She's blonde. His bond always described as a blonde. All right. And then her friend. I'm thinking, my friend flicker or maybe your twins. Laurie who the hell knows. I'm just glad Freddie prince has maybe a job again. I am too. You know, we've really seen them and. Stuff. I mean, no nothing. Well, this is exciting. Okay. In also, we said when comes a heart or whatever, the hallmark kept waiting comes the heart. Harangue calls. Laugh limousine, the hallmark channel it it's based on a book of Surrey's called win that when now when when okay, okay, is it or have a mouth? But I did know always based on a series of book, but it doesn't satirical name. It's a terrible name. It doesn't matter been scrubbed out. I know what do you think they're doing this weekend? Crying. Yeah. Going underground digging tunnels to their friends houses. Drinking a lot. I don't know. How mad way she's gonna eat sugar. Would you be mad at your friend? Like, let's say you were really good friends with somebody. Really good friends. You guys are friends for let's say like twenty years k and then your friend is busted in this huge scandal. And you feel like you got you tell her everything, and you thought she told you everything and you'd be like, what are you? I mean, it'd be our position for someone who's a really good friend. Oh, yeah. Because it's like what what were you thinking? Yeah. But then it's like, you know, people make mistakes people keep secrets about stuff that. They are. Not proud. Yeah. Yeah. You wanna keep you're not going to be exactly confiding that anybody. Would you like to know what Blake Shelton is going to give get for his welcome gift tonight? Okay. He's a bass fisherman. Okay. So he's going to receive a custom bass fishing ride from LifeZette, 'as, D, H, custom rods and tackle. Like that. He's going to get a soft cited tackle box from Duluth pack trading. Yup. Or dilute that? Cake and lures from phantom lures, which is out of Ramsey Minnesota. I love how you say that word Louis I'd like to Lewer. You're lucky snake? His openers the balance brothers, John Anderson and trace Adkins, they're all going to get a love your melon hat because Syria, and then might go, boo. Play who's here on Monday night is eldest son. We know Noah battle cancer, and he's going to get a variety of gifts from love your melon. In addition. This is really cool. All right. So this weekend the women's hockey team from Minnesota recap the Whitecaps are playing in the playoff games. It's sold out. But they play at the tree rink which is the old Dayton. Yeah. Yeah. So that's going to be having this weekend. But he he owns a minor Hockey League team. Michael boo blame member reselling. Kids hockey guy. He's going to be given time at the tree ring. So he and his coup can have fun while they're here in Saint Paul. What did they excel gift Michelle Obama? Okay. So they gave her we learned that night that the infamous fist-bump that they did together was when in on June third in two thousand and eight the excel centre when Senator Barack Obama was got the democratic nomination for president. So a picture of that framed with the date and the for the headline under his fist-bump heard around the world, the dapper, we gotta do this. Okay..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Thanks for hanging out with us. Chris Hewitt's still here. But we did not talk about Moore, which I'm sure everyone loves me. No, I don't speak for me Julianne seen it yet. Now, I wanna let are trying to see it. I want to let everyone know that. If you want to experience it on the big screen, which is the way Chris Hewitt. Yes. You suggest people going to watch the movie at spout. Okay. So it's playing at the Dana a couple of times this weekend. There's one ten and a four o'clock showing there's even one. Today, if you're near a diner, and you want to challenge yourself to do it. You got twenty minutes to get your button. I just remembered it's not there was a big kerfuffle because it's not part of the ANC Oscar showcase mainly because they were miffed that the movie, you know, because it's a Netflix original was never offered showing. Well, here's what I'm going to ask you. All right. So blast. We spoke. You were filling out your interoffice Oscar ballot. And you don't. Longer if I remember correctly do. What do you have as best picture? You. Will you really did? Did like I feel like you're mad at me about this. Do you? Do you really? Is it my favorite movie there? No Paddington to is my favorite movie here. But that wasn't a joy. That movie delightful love that movie saga. And you can stream it on HBO right now. Oh, yes. Yeah. Okay. So daddy had a question about Roma. Well, somebody called in. And she saw it didn't like it. She said. The prize? And she said, I I don't understand why that movie is so popular which I came back with well popular with whom it's only a critic movie the artsy people from Hollywood sorry. Chris or people like being Julia. Right. That is an excellent question because that's what happened last you what? People like, you know, who liked to be moved and movies that we understand. You're crazy. Artsy? People water actually was a pretty big hit though, wasn't it. I mean, I don't love that movie. Either. I have explain Chris about Roma is a is a popular with a certain millions of people. Well, I don't know if it's a certain meal, you of people, but I think people who like maybe kind of the the scope and grander of movies from days gone by a responding to it. Because it's I mean, it seems like based on the story descriptions of the story, it seems like it's a small story, but it's actually kind of epic and huge. And so I wouldn't disagree with slow. But I do think the story of this woman is really interesting. She's a character. You don't usually get to meet in the movies. So that's fascinating to me. And I know I think there's a lot of heart in it. Because the guy who made the movie you're selling his life story. I do have to admit that. Ask big geeky cinema question for you. Chris Hewitt because you said, oh, it was a small intimate movie on an epic scale. So this would this be kind of like the Apu trilogy. The what? Oh, yes. Okay. I would say it does kinda fit in that same kinda humanist tiny little slice of the world. But it feels like it sort of expands to include all of the world to me. That's yeah. I do think. Think it fits in that? Thank you for entertaining. My movie question. Welcome. Paulie? And chris..
"chris hewitt" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"They get to keep some of the good stuff that did happen this year their work. Good things that happened on defense. I think that Mike Smith can come in. There do that. He wasn't defensive coordinator at Texas Tech for a couple years before coming to the chiefs. So he's not completely unexperienced at forming a game plan. I'd like to see him get the reins even though it's not necessarily a home run hire. I think the guy that can really do some good things for the chiefs yet. So I picked guy, and I believe Craig did a little bit more research and talked about him on his article coming out but not house defense coordinator in Kentucky right now. And I just got this name at FinnAir. I don't have a real connection for it. There's just there isn't one. I just happened to watch. A lot of Kentucky this year prepared for the draft. And I really loved it. I saw their defense. I thought they were really creative. They have guys have developed well since he's been there. Josh L turned into great top five hundred draft pick underneath him. The senior year they have revealed the senior bowl, and I can't say the Indy of them. Look, absolutely, stellar athletically, but he got him to play great as a unit and the simple fact that he's able to play off of Josh Allen talent with the rest of his team giving free pressure from other guys was just something really intrigued me. So that was a free name. I kinda just pulled out of nowhere. And then one more. This was pitched me a few times Chris Hewitt defensive backs. Coach of the Baltimore Ravens. He was another guy that just kind of popped up. There is someone that makes sense. I don't know if it was under any read, but I do know he has an had an internship with the eagles. He worked other Xiang GAO. Gregg giannotti at Rutgers a little while he's had success in the NFL, and at the college level coaching to get another kind of rain the name pulling out of. Hat without a real connection. But we Walsall the big named guys that have a connection to eighty read or the chiefs of this point in time being late in the process of you're looking outside of might Smith in house. I don't know if you're gonna find a direct correlation between anybody right, and you've heard the name John Tagawa thrown out there. I don't how ton of that ground on John Gano Frendo that he was the defensive coordinator for the chargers for a large stretch of injury centre believe he was here from two thousand twelve in LA for or San Diego's are from two thousand to two thousand sixteen..