27 Burst results for "Christopher Reeve"

Richard Donner, Director of Superman and Goonies, Dies Aged 91

BBC Newsday

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Richard Donner, Director of Superman and Goonies, Dies Aged 91

"The American film director Richard Donner, whose box office hits included Superman and the Woman has died. He was 91. The Warner Brothers studio described him as a pioneer of the modern superhero horror and action genres. The BBC's Adam Porter looks back at his life. Richard Donna began his career as an actor before becoming a TV director. After directing the Omen in 1976. He found international acclaim for his work on Superman. With Christopher Reeve, often regarded as the first modern superhero film. His hits in the 19 eighties included the Goonies and the Lethal Weapon series starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Gibson said. Richard Donner had a huge chunk of humility, referring to himself as merely a traffic cop, while Steven Spielberg said Donna was like a favorite coach, smartest professor and

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Ned Beatty, Titanic Character Actor of 'Network,' Dies at 83

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Ned Beatty, Titanic Character Actor of 'Network,' Dies at 83

"A veteran character actor has died this is all made sure our goal was his scene in the nineteen seventy two movie deliverance as a camper who gets brutalized by a group of thugs that many will remember Ned Beatty for it was this speech in network that earned him his one and only Oscar nomination the veteran character actor has died his manager says Beatty died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles yesterday he was eighty three years old just get the Daily Planet here it was also memorable as Otis the witless henchman of lex Luthor in the first two Superman movies that starred Christopher Reeves Beatty also appeared in all the president's men in the big easy and more recently as the warden and the Denzel Washington movie he got game I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'In the Heights' Makes Muted Debut, Edged by 'a Quiet Place'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

'In the Heights' Makes Muted Debut, Edged by 'a Quiet Place'

"A veteran character actor has died this is all made sure our goal was his scene in the nineteen seventy two movie deliverance as a camper who gets brutalized by a group of thugs that many will remember Ned Beatty for it was this speech in network that earned him his one and only Oscar nomination the veteran character actor has died his manager says Beatty died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles yesterday he was eighty three years old just get the Daily Planet here it was also memorable as Otis the witless henchman of lex Luthor in the first two Superman movies that starred Christopher Reeves Beatty also appeared in all the president's men in the big easy and more recently as the warden and the Denzel Washington movie he got game I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"Oh my God, that's great. That's a great response to an addictive. Yeah. Yeah. I wanted too long. I hope that one would like to stick with him. I'm like, oh God. I just I can't I really I know we've talked about this on the show before and I can't tell you exactly which episode it was nor will I give you $100 if you find it, but I just really can't believe that that's a form of communication to strangers right? I get it when you know the person maybe that you've already talked and you're sending dick pics. I don't do it but like I get it I get it but like a random out of nowhere like here's not ask for yeah. Here's my next. Okay, you know, it's like yeah to my mind. I'm thinking like, what is this person doing before that like like dead? I'm talking to this girl. What could I say? That's really clever. Okay. How about this? Yes and blah blah blah. And then also here is my fucking dick or is it a stock photo? Maybe stock cock the car off? That's what it looks like. I don't like a rooster in the morning ahead. Getty Images right over it. Oh my gosh, like Ron Jeremy penis. Don't be a funny idea to do with a picture of your own life has put Getty Images over and then it looks like you're kind of doing it and you're given the truth. But also you're acting like it's fake. Yeah like that. Oh, you could like Photoshop it on like a Beatles album or something like you could be inventive with your dog. If we ever get a photo shoot done. We should put Getty Images on the front of everything just so it looks like fake penises on it. So then I tried she was also talking in mid talk to like a month older, you know, maybe like 45 46 year-old. Okay, hold on. Hold on. You know, like I said is yours or guys the person who has a charity? Okay, do you like you but with maturity off? Is that a child's dick? Oh my gosh. And so I had her you know, she had written to him and basically said I think they were on for like a coffee date and on birth of her profile pictures. There's like a picture of her doing push-ups because she's a fitness person and so so he said something about like I'd like you to do a push-up or you know, can you do a push-up on me or something like that about push-ups wait, and so then I responded and I said, oh like I don't usually like push up on the first days. I don't know. I kind of like I said some remarks and then he sent a penis pic know this is an old man like an older forty-five or forty six year old, I guess it huh. And once again, it was like makes sense that I was not successful in the dating world when it came to apps. I just I mean I went on dates but I just never felt like it was natural. I know it's very weird. I wonder if I was doing the wrong things like maybe that's the communication which is like hey, I'm just here to I'm down to clown. Let's go home. Here's what you're going to get exactly the number one comes with simplest. So then so then like I I tried to line up some knowledge States for her. She's not interested in those boys. She's on them at this point. Like aren't you a little disheartened though that you're getting so many dick pics from like you're trying like wow, this is yeah. It's out there. Yeah, this is what's out here. It makes me wanna suck even more with what I've heard. So so so, okay. So you are still trying to get our dates though. I lined up a few and also I tell you guys this that her off her mom is also co-managing this with me. Oh my God, she's getting me dick pics. Luckily. I know you should let her it's not going to hurt. You should get them should let her get on because I think her mom and I are very frustrated with her choices and her mom and I probably have a good and she said okay if you guys are being so annoying then you guys like set me up with with people that you think I should go out with and I did a few of these where I'm like, okay Thursday night off. Going to meet this person. He's this is this is like this is a rom-com waiting to happen cuz like you set up an account your her, but actually you're you you end up talking. This guy's you Fong Xing, you're so funny and and then you can never live up to it. And then in the end she sells them that she's lying and then he's like, yeah, I actually like this other person but it's you and then yeah and then like somehow it's also a mom like me and me and the last seating is all three of you fucking this dude twenty-two-year-old. That's so funny. I think that should be but she she needs to do better off eating up with the boys that I actually am picking for her because okay, but then okay. Okay. So the whole point of even things whole big thing was that we went out to a very nice somewhat late dinner last night and crack of 6:30 the crack of 6:30. And as soon as we sat down to dinner she started crying because she had been very betrayed by a boy that she was seeing ended up kind of like dead. You know and I won't give away all the details, but he he blocked her from like an Instagram story that ended up being incriminating and involved in other girl and stuff. So so my friend was a very heartbroken because this boy had been spitting game of like home. I'm going to we want to move in together and like what's our firstborn name Charlie? Why do people do that? I know he was it was very weird cuz he was really pressing her where she wanted to take it slow. He was almost trying to move things forward but then she like relaxed a little bit and then totally saw that he she ended up looking at his stuff from a different account and then saw that he was blocking her on like a whole thing. So so she sat down and she was crying and really upset and our waiter came over and he was a very cute boy who like like he was just a little cute boy. And so so I just I didn't want to like pretend cuz super awkward wage was crying because we have to stop trying to order to like this..

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

"Someone who had already interviewed him on my name is Daniel Kramer. I'm so maker and Film Historian and I'm the author of the Book Synergy, life? themselves. And Daniel. A filmmaker himself was able to talk to Sidney J fury about all of his movies for a book about him that he wrote. And he's also a fan. He's a mench I mean he's very very private. He's very secretive, and in a way that I think a lot of directors I mean I. I've gotten to know a lot of directors in my travails in Mr being very kind of holding his cards very close to the chest and just not you know not wanting to really answer to too much of of what he's done and when I met Him we will. It was really early in the morning. It was maybe like eight thirty in the morning or so we need we went out to direct list for the first hour before we talked about any of that he just wanted to know get to know me and wanted to know about my family wanted to know my background and and everything else. So then. Then we kind of moved up to his hotel room and talking about his career and we kind of began at the beginning for Sydney, J fury doing a superman movie was an opportunity to do something. He hadn't done yet a number one. He had written the scripture project called Marvel of the haunted castle. And this was actually ready to go at Fox. They had a script by dogs they even had made up. That was canceled for a number of reasons and Sydney really wanted to do a film that was affects driven because that was like a frontier that he hadn't. Explored then that was becoming more and more the norm and the eighties and sit always wanted to stay kind of in current. Was that, oh, I can't do that. I can do an affects movie in this in this capacity, the script was Therese's liking and the director was on board casting wise Mariel Hemingway was brought in as a new character lacy, which would set up a sort of love triangle with Lois Lane there would be to nuclear men the bad guys. First one would be played by clive mantle who doesn't really work all that well, and a second more formidable nuclear man we'll be played by. Mark Pillow. Margot kidder Gene Hackman were returning to the series as well. In Superman three kidder's role of Lois Lane was reduced to basically an extended cameo and Hackman as being bad guy lex luther was nowhere to be found. The reason for this may have been disputes killer had with saw kind that occurred while filming Superman to. Get her as said, yes, the SALKIND's basically punished her but reducing her role in Superman three though Ilias. All kind has denied this. Here's Kenner on late night with David Letterman in Nineteen eighty-six just before she started shooting on Superman for not being shy about her feelings for the Sakai's in this clip letterman as a caller on the phone to ask questions. But don't you want to know about Superman four? Doing Superman. Actually, what happened was we have new producers the last producers I, said, we're beneath contempt as human beings. We now have really wonderful new producers who want me bet. A pay ten bucks to go see this new movie. At least she was optimistic about Golan. Globus over at. Cannon The budget was set at thirty, four million dollars, which would have made it. The highest budgeted movie that cannon films had made and the lowest budgeted superman movie. The first two were over fifty million and the third was thirty, nine million. Still thirty four million dollars was likely enough to get the job done everything was ready to roll by nine, hundred six. And then it all went wrong. I it was at thirty four million dollars budget. It didn't stay at thirty, four million for very long. What happened was that Canton had spread themselves too thin in the year eighty, six green lighting way too many films. Most of them were dislike. Disruptive but they're most more enjoyable rubbish and I had planned to shoot superman for Pinewood studios and Pinewood had been the team that the technicians had worked on the films I set up shop there but very quickly because cannon had purchased L. Street studios where they'd made Indiana Jones films and Star Wars films and they decide they can shoot it there, which really pissed off the focus the folks at Pinewood Studios. And managament Uram his partner said that we can we can make Superman A. L. Street, but the things in place to do it. APPS, I saw shooting. Then the budget was quickly cut from thirty four to seventeen million. So they can no longer shoot what their plan was to shoot some of these sequences in New York Chris Walking, down. The streets go towards the UN and supposed to be a big epic. Think. which ended up doing was with John Gray's mark the production on a found a new build town. So if you can't shoot a New York but you need to use the United Nations in your movie, where are you going to go? A place playskool Milton Keynes designed to be like a an American city boulevard of the way the town is laid out. So can American city so glass buildings as well and so would be narrow as. The, save money was to shoot that to to double as New York and for digital kind of longshots way you've got because some of the buildings airy light three or four stories I that extend with Matte paintings and that was the idea. But because of the budget restraints they had to, so they couldn't achieve some of these other shots they wanted to do and what you've got is this is kind of weird. In it's it's more British centric than the other superman films because they didn't actually shoot all they shot for Superman for in miracles say New York or the background plates, and like Oliver said, the UK stood in for the US for pretty much the entire picture. A great example is a subway scene that is very clearly filmed at a London underground station and not in. New York City. Another example would be the UN's scene. and. It should be noted that Christopher Reeve was especially unhappy with this one and you know Christopher Reeve complained about that too that. You know he said if Richard Daughter had been directing senior, they walked to the UN there would have been. You. Know Lots of cars, lots of people you know huge crowds and would have been this sort of epic scene and instead it's like a hundred extras and a few cars.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

"It's June nineteen eighty-three. Actor Christopher Reeve making an appearance on Good Morning America. His latest movie Superman three has just been released two weeks ago, and the interview begins with a clip from that picture with Reeve playing superman saving a small child. But does the interview begins you realize he's not really there to promote superman freak. Exactly the. Way He's appearing ABC News Bureau in Boston Chris Good, morning how are you? Fine High. I think a lot of people would be surprised that Christopher Reeve was not the lead in the play I was surprised to see that are you by the school of thought that there are no small roles? No. No small actors only small roles I don't even qualify the small actor I'm six, four but I, I get the drift. No. A place like Williamstown is where you can joan London asking the questions. Then read goes on to say something he would say a lot in nineteen eighty-three. That, he was done playing superman. Superman with gigantic world that's the understatement of the year and yet I told you have hung up your Cape for good. Is that true I'm sorry goodbye. Decision what would you watch that film clip that kid book real heavy you know I'm getting to all I can't pick up children anymore I think that I believe in certain honestly in a certain kind of integrity of the material that as things get spun out into many episodes, the quality and inevitably is going to go down and I think that we've done three very diverse Original films and we should sort of quit while we're ahead rather than flogging to death. You know and the thing is this news has come out as though I'm quitting now, which sounds slightly ungrateful whereas this, Superman Part. Made my career I mean I wouldn't be sitting here. I wouldn't be having these movies like death trap and the things I'm about to do wouldn't be possible without superman but my decision to to to to leave Superman also was made in connection with the producers with Richard Lester with the writers and we felt it back in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one after we finish superman to to this is a two year old news that was superman three. We've finish it superman the movie made Raven overnight star in late nineteen seventy-eight a slew of offers came his way and ref- passed on a lot of. William Hurts role and body heat. Richard. Gere's breakout role in American Gigolo. John, Lithgow oscar-nominated role in the world according to Garp and Mel Gibson leading role in the bounty for all offer to and rejected by Christopher. Reeve and that's just by the time we get to nineteen, eighty three instead inbetween superman movies reappeared in somewhere in time death trap and Monsignore. None of these lit up the box office. And Joan Lunden seem to take exception with that last one. You know I it seems like always your reviews are terrific but some of the movies that you've chosen really don't seem to live up to your performance in them like like Monsignor came out all this big publicity everyone expected great things won't happen. Well, it seemed like a good idea at the time you know. As long as you can say that when you get up and go to work no, seriously monsignor I am on senior made me angry as it did much the American public because it makes statement about a Catholic priest and I believe in fair play in my life and in my work and I think that a movie that's GonNa make allegations about a priest and then doesn't go improve it that doesn't build its case is reprehensible and that's that's really too bad. I. Don't care the fact it was a flop and didn't make money for Twentieth Century Fox that doesn't bother me said it wasn't fair. In and to be Fair Joan. Lunden. Had a point about his movie choices. Although it should be noted that somewhere in time did get a cult following eventually but reeves next film would it be hits either? The. Bostonians from eighteen eighty four received praise from critics but quickly disappeared from theaters. The aviator in Nineteen eighty-five was just a straight miss. That's when Superman came call again. Except this time, it wasn't a salkind's on the phone. The saw kinds in case you don't know where the father son producing team that had made the three superman films. Instead it was the cousins, Menachem Golan and your globus from Kennedy's films. And even though in that interview, he certainly seemed okay with Superman. Being in his past..

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Conversation with Stephanie March & Rebecca Perkins of SheSpoke Makeup

Full Coverage

04:46 min | 1 year ago

Conversation with Stephanie March & Rebecca Perkins of SheSpoke Makeup

"Stephanie I'm Rebecca. Thank you so much for joining us. This is possibly the highlight of my whole, my whole lockdown. It's very hard to say that is a compliment was so excited, we are delighted to be a part of. No I'm so excited to which you. It's so fun to talk to people in different parts of the industry. That's. My favorite thing about this podcast, we get to all different kinds of people and you have such an individual take on where you've come into beauty. So for the listeners at home, can you explain to us how you two met? We met on the set of law and order svu Rebecca was head of makeup departments camera what seasonal was backup, but you remember. It was it was the. Eater nine. and not yet was during a triumphant return yet for Good Alex and Rebecca I. Just you know it's really important that you have a good relationship with everybody on the set but particularly people who are very you know literally picking food out of your teeth of are going wrong you haven't noticed. People who are on your person and so not only did we get along but we became really good friends and then, and then we started this business together and so that must've been crash becker. Boeing, seven years ago seven years ago when we when we started noodling it over yeah. was years ago when we started noodling and then that's right when we. opened the door and you know when you're on set your onset with people for like fourteen hours a day five days a week. So you really get to know people when they're tired when they're cold and. And you know. We near makeup artist, you're literally up in people's faces. So so you know. I think it's so important when you're going to business to have a partner and to already go into that knowing that like you know, we don't get tired of each other and we could really trust each other to to tell the truth about an idea. So that was sort of. That was that was the first good decision and then we realized. I left the show at the end of season twelve. And A. Lot of the experience of having a makeup artist wasn't something that only people who were on a set should have. And so we started doing. This makeup services tennis. But then we also started offering as a service, the ability to make makeup, and it's just it's been really fun approaching makeup as a career from so many different angles like from the production and onset angle, and then from opening a business in a service capacity and then developing products. So it's been a really. Wild ride tells on how you came to start the store for people that don't know you guys have a store in Soho in New York where you can come in and get your makeup done and craft your own products. Right. You can make your own lipsticks, which is terribly exciting all the obviously not right now but. So tell us where the idea for that I came from. Obviously, you mentioned the idea of everyone wanting a makeup artist. How did that go from a casual chat to something that is real exists you know somebody told me I think it was originally Christopher Reeve and I can't remember the three questions but it's what you ask yourself when you're deciding. Whether or not to take on a role in one of the main things is, can I bear? Can I stand to watch somebody else do this if I've been offered the job and don't take it and Rebecca had talked about doing make up a dry bar but for faces for a couple of years and she was Becky, you must have been. How was Arthur to? To okay. So so that Arthur is Rebecca's first child will boy Arthur. She said look who's doing makeup in the Hamptons actually it was worshipped as I really want to go ahead with this. Are you are you in and I thought I cannot bear to watch somebody else do this with her and not be a part of it. So that's kind it was kind of. Do we go forward or not yes or no shoes right now kind of thing and we went for it no matter what has come our way I've not regretted it since it's been an amazing experience in it's so liberating especially as an actor when you're constantly trying to get somebody else to give you a job to be in charge of your own own destiny for a little while it was so free. nuts that's where it all began. We've found this great spot and so. we'll tell you more about the story in the trajectory about that. But it we found this great spot and and it just it just happened I. Mean there's a lot more work behind it than that but that's just said yes.

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True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Time

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Crumb. I'm continuing my investigation into the concepts of time travel yesterday. I mentioned three resources. Final countdown. A movie where you can watch. Martin Sheet explained the grandfather paradox of time to Kirk Douglas. Kind of a fun movie came out in the eighties and Christopher Reeves in his movie somewhere in time takes it to a mental intellectual level kind of away from what physicists would like to think when they think of time travel and of course. There's the book by She. Wells time travel Idea that you could just go to the future. Go to the pass by pulling a switch on a machine. One of the things that happened yesterday was I mentioned the grandfather paradox of time and I gave you a place to watch Martin. She talk about this. I got a lot of emails saying why. Don't you explain it? So here goes this kind of scattered a little bit but give you an idea. Besides a physical problem time travel may also come with some unique situations a classic example. Is the grandfather paradox. Which time travel? It goes back and kills his parents or his grandfather. The major plot line terminator movies interferes in their relationship. Now think back to the future so that he has never born or as life is forever altered. That's back to future if that were to happen. Some physicists say you would not be born in one parallel universe but still born and another others say that the photons it makeup light prefer self consistency and time lies which would interfere with your evil suicidal plan. Some scientists disagree with the options mentioned above. And say time travel is impossible no matter what. Your method. The faster than light. One in particular drew derision from American Museum of Natural History astrophysicist Charles Lou that simply mathematically doesn't work you said also humans may not be able to withstand time travel at all. And that's what we're lucky nap today. Several theories time travel traveling. Nearly the speed of light would be necessary and take some kind of centrifuge. But that would be lethal. So let's go back to the beginning and say what is time while most people think of time as a constant physicist Albert Einstein showed a time is an illusion it is relative it can vary for different observers depending on your speed through space to Einstein. Time is the fourth dimension space is described as a three dimensional. Orito and we know that we have up and down forward and back left and right those who are dimensions but he talks about a fourth dimension which provides traveler with coordinates such as length width and height showing location. And then that fourth dimension provides another coordinate or direction although conventionally it only moves forward. Einstein's theory of special relativity says time slows down or speeds up depending on how fast you move relative to something else approaching the speed of light. A person inside a spaceship would age much slower than his twin at home. Also under Einstein's theory of general relativity gravity can ban time picture a four dimensional fabric. Call Space Time. When anything that has mass sits on that piece of fabric it causes a dimple or bending of space time. Let's stop and talk about this fourth dimension for a moment if you look into a Koi pond and you see the fish and they have is on either side of their head they are two dimensional creature stay left and right and they can move forward and back. There is nothing about them. There is no third dimension so if I grabbed one of the Koi and lifted about of a pond that would introduce the Koi to a third dimension so what Einstein in his speaking of this fourth dimension or call what he calls Space Time. That is something that is above us. It is literally another dimension so there you have the idea of Space Time. What that is that is that fourth dimension that's above us like the third dimension this above a Koi pond for example objects move on a curved path in that curvature of space is what we know as gravity both general and special relativity theories have been proven with GPS Satellite Technology. That has very accurate time. Pieces on board the effects of gravity as well as satellites increase speed above the earth relative to observers on the ground. Make at the UN adjustable clocks gained thirty eight microseconds a day in a sense. This effect called time. Dilation means astronauts are time travelers as they returned to earth very very slightly younger than they're identical twins that remain on the planet. One possibility could be to go faster than light which travels at one hundred and eighty six thousand two hundred and eighty two miles per second. That would be a vacuum Einstein's equations though show that an object at the speed of light would have both infinite mass and a zero of length. Go figure that s beyond me.

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A little extra Time

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:54 min | 1 year ago

A little extra Time

"Welcome to catch myths and mysteries. Shyam your host kid chrome with everybody shelter in place. I thought it might be interesting to talk about time travel and with that in. Mind the paradox of time on time. Paradoxes any logical contradiction that has to do with time travel. The Classic Paradox Time Falls into the classic grandfather paradox. The grandfather paradox who's usually the screenplay turn novel then movie where the U. S. Nimitz is caught in a storm of thrush and back in time to December sixth nineteen forty one. The dilemma is what the crew knows. What's going to happen? But the grandfather paradox of time gets in the way when the past is changed. It creates a contradiction. The time traveller could do anything that did happen but can't do anything that didn't well an aircraft carrier the size of the Nimitz didn't exist back in nineteen forty one so anything they could have done would have altered the future in a big way. Fortunately the storm that sent them back in time reappeared and brought them back to their time before they could decide what to do for a little more detail watch the movie. The final countdown. I think it came out in the nineteen eighties. Should you can listen to Martin. Sheen explained the grandfather paradox. To Kirk Douglas. The topic of time travel bags of big question. How would travelers go forward or back in time? H She wells painted a picture of a time machine with his book. The time machine. It was simply a vehicle for going forward or back with little regard to the visitors passed or impact on the future or past for the past for that matter that then we have screenwriter Richard. Matheson who wrote somewhere in time and takes the issue of time travel to a new level in the movie. Christopher Reeves is a young theater students celebrating the success of his latest production when the party is interrupted by an elderly woman who break Suda crowd of well-wishers Impresa lock into his hand Luxembourg. The says come back to me long story short. He traces Salak at back. To a stage. Actress of Nineteen twelve and her summer retreat that has been restored to pristine nineteen twelve decor. He buys clothes from the era right down to the socks. He wears a pocket wash from that era than rents a room and focuses on all things nineteen twelve and remember. He's surrounded in a room and a facility that is all nineteen twelve and ZAP when he ventures back out into the hall so hours later it is indeed nine thousand nine hundred twelve and elderly woman is there and a romance began one day. It is raining so they decided to have a picnic and Gorse at some point. She asked the time when he pulls out the pocket. Watch a penny from nineteen. Eighty comes out with it and the spell is broken. Well all this talk of time. Travel's seems a stuff of fiction. The what about Deja Vu? The feeling that you've been there before or met that person before done that thing before could it be that you've visited another time and have a flash memory of the person you met. L. Let's bring it home. The was the last time that a day week or month just seemed to Fi- yet your routine hadn't changed. I can remember going to the gym a specific time day or I would meet a friend. We always did the same routine but after a year or so. We noticed that we were finished sooner than before our next meeting. We TIMED ISH. Exercise routine and the gaps between each workout. The Times were always the same yet. We would finish at different times out of that work at one meeting. We had to stop and re park our cars yet. We completed our usual routine at the same time we had established and still finished early. Not Time travel but perhaps time slip. The Earth spins at Specific Rate. Plants grow in predictable period of time. Are we humans of variable our perception of time altered for seemingly? No reason when I was in grammar school failed to complete my homework. I could still hear my teacher telling me that we all had the same twenty four hours in the day but do we. The world's most accurate clock has neatly shown how right Albert Einstein was a hundred years ago when he proposed that time is a relative concept and the higher you live above sea level. The faster you should age. Einstein's theory of relativity states at time and space are not as constant as everyday life would

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Why are we playing that music well first things first because we can because we like in music the number two because we're breaking the rules we having a spin off of the sick the opening of our second hour my friend a great American patriot and a guy I think look Christopher reeve was gray but perhaps the quintessence of the man of steel was portrayed by outkast dean Cain deny you that I am here and I am so happy to be here Sir I don't know if we've discussed this if you build the show since then I might be a senior moment but you hosted at the the on the Gaza of the heritage foundation not too long ago he here in DC and you did a very impressive job doing so kudos to you I appreciate that doctor gore okay like if I recall correctly that was also the evening of your birthday Sir shout outs to to do it were summer surround by five thousand of my friends thank you dean dean let's let's get to business we have to talk about this the circus it's going on on Capitol Hill but first things first you recently performed this incredible play I believe it was filmed as well with your friend where you performed the stroke and page texts were you a little surprised by the interview with the daily beast this Sunday from Lisa page who says well she's the victim dean yeah that was a big shocker of the week we we got a chance to perform the with all the F. B. I. love birds yes and it was a lot of fun to do but we were just using their words verbatim toward each other of course as actors we have a little fun with it and it was all done with a smile and a wink and a nod because the things they were saying was so outrageous so the idea and it showed such incredible bias at and and their positions at that level it's just it's just kind of peel back the onion and showed what was happening inside and I think the fact that she's coming out now claiming that she was a victim is absolutely ridiculous I think you try to get ahead of the the the the coverage for the door report especially and I just think it's going to be that absolute disaster for now you actually have to perform this with who is a Christian Swanson right you can predict what's ahead so you perform this you have to you know I guess I'm not an act of war but you're supposed to get into the psyche of the people you're playing sports you the real people these text talk about things such as god make sure he doesn't when he's not going to win is he and then your response as stroke was though he'll never when we have a plan not exactly sounds like a victim doesn't know not a victim at all Russian yeah you're having to play this what is the impression that you got of these two people in the Obama administration our our when you play a character you got to be at this I have an idea of what the motivation would be yes Peter struck motivation was he thought he honestly saw himself as Superman I mean it's so that I got this today what I got to play the character and then this came out he thought he was great does he think he thought he was doing good I don't think he even saw what the ridiculousness of what he was doing in the partisanship of what he was doing because he felt so secure that he was just so right and and I think that was true for probably Lisa page as well now granted they were having an affair at the same time they thought that was okay to I guess so like you when you get into the psyche of play the guys I played Peter struck as the Peter struck love Peter struck Peter struck was having an affair on his wife with Lisa page and also with Peter struck because I think he was his favorite person in the world stick on this is really fascinating with talking to dean Cain you know who he is he's Superman as Lois and Clark follow him of real dean Cain coconut nobody's listening so just all but also personal questions about two million people listening do you get annoyed if people introduce you with that music and some of the okay so you never get side you listen if I did play a different character is a large maybe that's the case but I love the character Superman the funny thing with me is that when it whenever somebody once you will disagree with me I have an argument with me they immediately traveler terrible Superman I was I always figure that's our victory by means of Superman okay that's nothing to do with this impeachment inquiry but okay that's another ad hominem but it's a pretty cool one because at least you did get to play Superman it's like that old a quote from a bomb when he said to Mr trump at least I will have been president drew member that classic what I remember okay mean tweets at him all I believe it yes our record may twelfth no did not okay let's get to the the news that would fall to much fun here on America for us in the Salem radio network with a buddy the dean you you said something very interesting now a stroke is at the center of the attempt to take down the candidacy of president trump and then the presidents of candid candidate of president trump love himself more than anybody else is potentially a theme for everything with seeing whether it's colonel vin men with its Fiona hill whether it's whether it's chairman map let these people love themselves so much for this so convinced of their own rectitude they think that they're smarter and they have more rights than the sixty three million Americans that actually elected a president is is there isn't a certain level of vanity don't you think level of family and moral superiority I think you're really rests on they think they're just morally so much more superior and everybody else that he isn't anybody who disagrees with them certainly and and do that I don't think it's that that's why it's been such a tough pill for everyone to slow that's why during the impeachment hearings about so far whatever we're calling them this inquiry it says he did desire at the level of of public support for impeachment keeps falling they will not help the promise you today I'm watching this today I I I muscles which is a little bit watch it today and I don't think it's going to help at all it looks it looks terrible with the with the law professors you're doing things especially what I just said something about you may be able to name your child Barron yes you can't make him a bad because I was just so over the top ridiculous so many questions and answers so rehearsed that any actor should be you should be able to see it and and that was absolutely one of my least favorite moments or maybe my favorite of the day right so you you all a well known pop public figure you played Superman you've played in the movie Gosnell when you walk down the street or at the airport I'm sure you'll mauled when you meet people who aren't political but just know you from your your public persona do you get a sense that the average American is buying any of this did you talk to people who are not political about the big issues happening in the swap if you do what's your impression of people buying listing came I don't think people are very interested your people on the street I'm very interested in this impeachment inquiry at all the people trying to make a one forty six so we think this is going to happen and I'll say I you know I think it's going to be that executives say they're gonna they're gonna find a part of his impeachment the house a placid and then it'll get acquitted the side that's all awful and on and it's gonna do tend to be terrible if you look at just what Jerry Nadler said you know whatever twenty years ago we were talking about you get used to it you know have an impeachment do you need to have both parties on board a hundred percent should not be a party line vote vote and that's what this is going to be the people don't people are talking about it on the street and I talk about in the taxis they're not talking about it near ports it's it's it's it's this is a political thing and and it is being looked at as you know the people in Washington citing about this when they could be fighting about something that means something to the rest of us like how the US MCA and things of that nature and so I don't I don't think people are talking about it I don't hear anything about it I think it's just I think it's just Washington sort of infighting think that's such a good metric if people all talking about it then they really don't believe it in the last few minutes we have with being can follow him on Twitter real dean Cain I have to ask you because you you move in that sphere that's where you came from of conservatives ever going to understand the importance of culture my friend so you know I just think it's been a it's it's a weird time all right but it but it's a it where I think the pendulum of sorts and right now the pendulum has swung Rubin please in this industry for the last and and I think it's going to come back around because things are going to they show up there's gonna be results as many things like you know the lowest unemployment rates Cindy and within ten to fifteen years for blacks for Hispanics or women for you know for the use I mean those sort of things are gonna show up over and over and over and over after a lot of people go Hey this is pretty yet because real real results instead of sitting on their moral high ground which is what happens so much here in Hollywood people just sit on the moral high ground okay I want this this this this this but they don't really do anything I mean that they can talk about how you know I me Chris Pratt is in trouble apparently for having a picture day with him with a single use plastic water bottle right it's insane and I don't think I don't think it's a moral high ground my friend I think it's in a moral high ground he is dean Cain that's he's got three hundred eighty thousand followers on Twitter follow him right now I'm just happy that when you go to his account at least on my algorithm it's as well should you follow right underneath it says teri Hatcher I follow you Terry hats nicely done to it at least that's one algorithm that's a good one but everybody checkout real dean Cain especially on or give it away the pain tweet the beautiful paint tweet at the top of his feet god bless you my friend keep doing what you do I'm Sebastopol CA this is America first on the Salem radio network next we're going to have in.

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A 28-year-old man had a stroke popping his neck

Sterling

09:40 min | 2 years ago

A 28-year-old man had a stroke popping his neck

"Pop by pop my neck, but I did not have a stroke. What the hell happened here because I may neck Popper. I like the pop my neck where were you know, wake up in the morning. It's like I'm working or something go, oh, my next or you give that little pop, and it feels good for a minute. What would you guys do all the time? So what happened with this guy? Well, by by trade, I'm a neck Popper to you know, but we we obviously take x rays, and we take we take things into consideration. When we're examining the patient, and one of the things that we have to look at it as a risk. And even though you can't mitigate risk all the time. They don't know that somebody's at risk. The reason this type of thing happens isn't because they're popping their neck, but because they have very unhealthy blood vessels to begin with. So somebody has blood vessels that have become very rigid over time. And there's some simple things. Most people can do to make sure that they're keeping their cardiovascular system pretty healthy. Fish oil is one of the. Things that the anti inflammatory effects of oil magnesium keeps blood vessels, really healthy. So taking magnesium really staying hydrated and avoiding too many diuretics like copy alcohol. Gotcha smoking overtime, those things really destroy your blood vessels. So the reality was whether he was popping his neck playing golf or flipping on a light switch. None of those actually would cause the stroke. They just would have been the last, you know, predisposing force that century that happened the the week blood vessel was really the issue. So what you're saying? Is that the the blood vessel it self deteriorates? It gets not as flexible it should be. Let's put away. It's like like an old rubber hose left out the sun. It's going to start cracking you'd brittle and that's what happened, but he's only twenty eight years old how much how much damage could he do your blood vessels Twenty-eight, man? This is the sad part is due to trans fats and fried foods and sugar in soft drinks and things like that chill. Children. Now over fifty percent of children under ten years old actually show signs of at-risk Leroux says already at that age. That's that's right. You know, what no one a little bit about physio because you know, I had about a half a semester of pre med dock. And I thought it might be like an osteo fight. So and osteo fight is something that kind of grows on your bone in your heart. And I thought okay, maybe this osteo fights there when you turn kind of act like a I don't know because it's it's you know, it's hard body that somehow cut the cut the artery possible to there's a there's a possibility of that. So I'll give you a couple of stats about seven thousand seven hundred thousand people have strokes every year. And the type of strokes that he had the T. Rowe artery, dissection or Bazeley artery. Dissection there's two two arteries. They're only about two point six percent of all strokes are because of those vessels. So you know, when people talk about chiropractic, and there being some risk you'd have to go into a chiropractor, roughly, eight point zero six million office visits to even have the risk of one incident of a stroke happening in a chiropractic office. And so the likelihood is that most of the time. These people were already having symptoms of stroke. For instance, this guy was popping his neck. He was probably having some neck pain, and maybe even a headache and trying to get some relief, but the neck pain and headache were probably related to the fact that he was already having vascular issues, and then the cracking of that whether there was an fuel fight or whether the the vessel is just that brittle. It was going to get injured. My my dad actually suffered a stroke when he was fifty and he did it. Golf. We've it or not you know, how we're supposed to keep our head down. Well, they never told you at one of the dangers of not keeping your head down that you hit your ball and slice it. But you could have a stroke. Oh my God. Turned his head really quick. And suffered a stroke on a golf course. And I remember the neurologist that was tending to him because I was in chiropractic college at the time. I said, you know, we're chiropractic where Jesse people all the time. How could he turn his head and stroking? He said, you know, my wife did it. He grabbed her tail and try to crack her neck when she was in the hot tub, and he said, she had a stroke. And he said the reality was we found out that she was already pretty much predisposed to her blood vessels or pretty unhealthy fathers. He was the person that told me if your dad had a stroke while flipping on the light switch that doesn't mean flipping switches, come true. Well, that makes sense. I it. So it's how brittle your arteries are because we're not taking care of ourselves at fifty I expect that because I recently went to the Christ hospital out six months ago, and I had one of those screenings that they do for twenty nine bucks and twenty minutes, and I'd recommend anyone get that simply because they they get a baseline of what's going on inside the walls of your arteries in your cardiovascular system, and everything great there. No Widowmaker, nothing predisposed should worry about everything was normal for someone of my age. So which is a good thing. But you know, four Warner's forearmed if you get one of those things and they find out. Hey, wait. You got some problems here lifestyle changes and possibly medicine if you let that go and don't know you're facing this twenty eight year old guy did it just simply golfing turning on a light. Switch in his case pop in his neck caused him to have a brain bleed have a stroke, and he almost died. Mentioned before, you know, essential fatty acids, hydration water minerals, like magnesium can all help you as a chiropractor. This is one of the reasons is critical chiropractors should always take xrays. If you have a problem going on because there are certain things that we could have seen. You might be able to see you know, calcification of an artery. You can see the crowded artery in the vertebral artery calcification of it's there. And if it is then you would change your strategy and how to adjust the patient with a less invasive type of an adjustment. I use a instrument sometimes called an Arthur stem. That's very noninvasive. We can still make great corrective changes, but the reality is a situation like this our country when you when you look at it five out of six people five hundred six end up developing, heart disease, or cancer. And so the way to make sure that you don't ever get one of these things is just assume that you're going to be the one of the five hundred six and stop assuming you're going to be one of the one of the six and start taking care of yourself in a way that is going to get you for their for their away. From that statistic. So we do a lot of classes a lot of things. I teach a lot of education on nutrition and stuff, and I will tell you that everyone really needs to start looking at their lifestyle medicine is they're kind of like the fire department to save your life in case of emergency. But two hundred thousand people a year die from taking their medication as prescribed definitely not medicine itself. Doesn't create health it can save a life here and there, but what does create health is making sure that your exercising eating well drinking enough water taking supplements. And I honestly chiropractic care the one thing in this situation that you know, some people might hear this and think it's scary. But there's no better way to take care of your nervous system. How your body heals then taking care of your spine? Dr Ryan Berlin, acute hearing centers dot com hotline seven hundred w w chiropractor lying, your health west in Westchester, and we're talking about this twenty year old guy and Oklahoma had a stroke because he popped his neck. He's an excellent stiff went to pop in it'd caused as vertebral artery to sever and he's gonna. I guess be. Okay. But the short term to meet him term prognosis is good for this guy. People die all the time. I wasn't the poppy the neck rather it was as the internal parts of his body. Cardiovascular system was at risk here too. So all told you know, as I said, I may neck Popper myself. I've had I've got like a head of bad back that fixed up chiropractic care and everything and my neck and mid back and all that. But I find myself at times like man next stiff specimen wake up, and I gave it a little pop is that inherently bad or like you heard popping your knuckles. What what does that doing cracking your knuckles? You hear that it can create arthritis. And that's usually people are jamming them or, hyper extending them. If you're gonna crack your knuckles the best way to do it simply just to pull them a little bit and get that release. So the popping noise is an inherently bad. But when you're doing it to your spine. You gotta remember that you have not only blood vessels that are very critical going to your brain. But you also have a spinal cord in there. And if we all remember the story of Christopher Reeves falling off his horse five organs shut down by injuring his spine. So. Even though you might be able to pop your neck and get a little bit of relief. You know, I always say a blind squirrel finds a nut. Every now, and then the reality is your best leaving it up to the experts. I went to school for eight years to learn how to Justice bind properly, and when people are using chiropractic care more proactively and not reactively. It's amazing even your people who are addicted popping their own neck. They don't feel the need to as much because we're actually getting to correcting the actual problem versus just grossly mobilizing all the vertebra above and below the one that's really stuck. I don't know. But in the last five, six minutes, you've been on DACA. I think I've tried to pop next seven times because I keep talking about pop in your neck. We gotta get you say popular. It's kind of like, hey, you know, what we did. We did a ten minute everyone. Blinking everyone. Be blinking right now. How many people are sitting there pop in my neck? I don't even pop like I'm trying to pump. And sometimes things just pop, you know, when you're moving around in the course of working out or. Just just life too though. Right. Okay. That means you're getting a little out normal motion there, and the body is eventually what happens you get a little releasing it eventually moves, but that is an indication that there's probably a little bit of dysfunction in your spine. You know, one thing that always amazes me as a chiropractor is everyone brushes their teeth every day because they want to keep their teeth healthy, you know, think about nobody really understands how to keep their spine healthy and chiropractic is one of the very few things you can do to proactively keep your spine, healthy and more importantly, keep your nervous system. Healthy info care practice, say great tool for keeping people healing and healthy.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Clueless. I went to avenge last night until two in the morning. And then I get up today at it's like winter storm watch I knew it was gonna snow so quickly your thought on that. Well, I think it was really good. I almost cried. I couldn't cry. Guys in there. Superhero didn't dress up. But I'll tell you what if I had a costume. I would address this is real to roll you might remember back when we were kids superhero movie. Was that weird Spiderman guy pajamas, right? Yes. Or the hall or maybe about right? There was too many hobos remaking the movie, right? Remember, there was that that great even director made the hug moving like, I don't get it, man. Too artsy? Yeah. Yeah. It was just to these kids nowadays, man. They got a good. I know this is it is there. We're in the in the best of the John ever even superman remember came out. And then he was at the end of the first spoiler alert. Christopher reeve. It'd go round the earth wrong way to change time. And it was the worst affect ever when you saw it doesn't even work. Yeah. Yeah. And then, you know, Christopher Reeve was he always kind of felt like like your dad. Right. He kind of look like today. It was a little. Yeah. I think it's supposed to be a little wooden and then sexiness space. That was weird like she can't breathe up there. That's not working. They should be cold. It was just not right. I know they got it better. Now, though, we got our God Zillah was better than other guy with the rubber. Stay wait for the.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Just ahead of headlines. Traffic and weather together coming up after flashback a new study might surprise you the results, but right now to AJ Kathy and Dennis. It was January ember Shaw fled Iran has left. He says for a vacation is either. The big box office it at the movies. Christopher Reeve superman. Daily. On TV, the dukes of hazzard made their debut. And the number one hit on the radio. Fiji's too much heaven. What year was nineteen seventy seven's nineteen seventy eight or nineteen seventy nine. AJ all three choices seventy seven seventy eight or seventy nine. Seventy eight. Kathy's seventy seven or seventy nine. Dennis that leaves you with one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and I would not go anywhere. The Shaw left Iran for more than a vacation superman was big at the box office. The dukes where new on television and the BG's were number one the year nineteen Seventy-nine, congratulations, dentist, she got that pair of tickets to see the Glenn Miller orchestra at the Tobin.

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'Superman: The Movie' turns 40

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

'Superman: The Movie' turns 40

"For truth and Justice American way, the first movie starring Christopher Reeve is the man of steel debuted December fifteenth nineteen seventy eight fifty five million dollars at the time. The most expensive film ever made almost four million of that went to Marlon Brando who played Superman's father, and is in the movie less than twenty minutes. Tacoma, just two hundred and fifty thousand the movie made three hundred million worldwide spawned three sequels even won an Oscar for special effects. This isn't just another actress Claire

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Dreamland

"In altogether in control of what's happening our loss of control but in the past i remember when i during the nineties and this is just just about after i met you felt my partially or falling was in i was in the bathroom and they're taking shower in the bitter about their and my late wife had abuse song on the to be then i'm gearing it and it's kind of echoing into the shower listening to it i closed my eyes and all of a sudden i was in the shower of of this house that my mom and i lived in pacific california right near the high school it was downstairs room that i used to love to spend time in all by myself because it was cut off from the stairs you had to outside the house in to get it to the rest of the house and i used to love that place down there they like being by myself and like every now stuff like that suddenly was matched shower i the music playing and i really was back in the sixties night do it and you're right it was absolutely tear because what if i got stuck yeah come back and couldn't come back and that's what shocked you right out of it it's like that scene in somewhere in time with christopher reeve looks down the penny often yeah that's a movie a lot of us for that movie art love that movie yeah bell and he we used to he used to go to the somewhere in.

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Han Solo blaster sells for $550,000 at auction

The Jim Bohannon Show

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Han Solo blaster sells for $550,000 at auction

"News mandatory evacuations underway in lake county california where a wildfire continues growing after burning seven thousand acres michael anderson says he decided not to evacuate and has never seen damage like this before never had the fire him up to the property line did more than two hundred firefighters are battling the fire which is threatening hundreds of homes and businesses and officials have ordered three thousand residents to evacuate han solo blaster from the return of the jedi has sold for five hundred fifty thousand dollars at a las vegas auction julien's auction says ripley's believe it or not bought the item saturday the scifi weapon was the top selling item at the hollywood legends auction full superman three costume worn by actor christopher reeve sold for two hundred thousand dollars well over its original estimate i'm rich denison fox.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Wondering if your friends in the comic community passed onto you back story this guy almost got it touch my hair and then you hit this guy maddox the tv show who started a page in the nineties cold the best page in the universe he became famous for calling christopher rees for not caring about paraplegics till he became one himself well i mean jesus christ out of all the things to call people out on basically limp bassett him for being selfish piece of shit jesus christ i don't understand he never told me on the aggressive manner of painting reeves the only way he he does this without looking like an asshole he was also in a wheelchair you know live at the top of flight of stairs of some shit and nobody never made a ramp for then i could see him being mad at christopher reeve but even then it would still be misdirected still should be aimed at people like myself that didn't go over there and help build them fucking ramp anyways but i appreciate it a different point of view on topics no one questioned and so i okay but i appreciate a different point of view on topics one questioned in so i had some respect with us he also had a post called something like i can draw better than your kids and then posted pictures kids made and trash them all right i like this guy because this guy is just being account.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Are name desire who serves as an audience surrogate who's like man these people really should have had air conditioning and everything would have been better right like as a moral of the story wash your hands you know there's nothing like that in streetcar named desire i mean there is in glass menagerie but like but once you get to superhero stories once you get into movies that have big crowd scenes you have tons of bystanders that are standing on the in the screen they're in the ms on scene watching it happen like you've got one hundred people they're all watching christopher reeve grabbed gene hackman by the lapels and carry him on a wire out of a window and those bystanders have come back because in fourth wall and fourth world trauma drama behind the fourth wall eyewitnesses necessarily think that they should be there because again if the point of fourth wall is to show what people are acting like what no one is watching them having a bunch of people watch them defeats the entire purpose and so the bystander in the superhero movie is sort of by by their by their presence breaking the fourth wall also by being at risk by showing the bystander being at risk related to the action that's happening you're implying that the audience is also at risk and what this reminds me of is is like matinee like the great john goodman movie matinee about the cuban missile crisis right which is captures that very specific moments in cinema where people would go to like three d movies where the seat would like jump and people would spray water on you which is still something that happens sometimes but the idea that the audience kind of is experiencing the things that are happening in the movie in innocent of sensory way because people are like messing with you in your chair that also breaks the fourth wall that puts the fourth while behind you.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"You still back because there's a guy in front of you when you play with lebron chances are you're going to get open shots coach you get more open looks yeah so you won't eat it back step that he wanted to run for coach his real easy lebron drives defense collapse now you open as you and i talked about it and we can finish the conversation on the other side plus people reacting to your list it's on twitter shocked at sodano espn i posted it and raj raj posted the two and we post it on of you realize that as it's happening yeah yeah and it goes out on the internet yeah why why are you stringer hair coming it does you have a little michael jackson curl from thriller yeah no it's like i say you picked up the way that's so funny i say michael he says no no christopher reeve that's right we'll finish that conversation plus lebron speaking of lebron finds himself potentially in a situation he hasn't been in over a decade we'll tell you what that is in just a second happy birthday ray lewis what would ray do for his birthday today i don't hope he cut it up though probably cut off it's not right they will find out why soon i'm since asking where you stop in we're no you wear white susan springtime it's springtime it'd be nice where white suit stop may leisure cabello where he's forty three today.

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Phil Murphy, Us and Warren Levinson discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Phil Murphy, Us and Warren Levinson discussed on 24 Hour News

"New jersey is racing to offer a sports betting after the supreme court struck down federal restrictions ap correspondent warren levinson park operator dentist raisin says he hopes the horse racing track can start taking sports bets within two weeks at a news conference driesen read a letter from governor phil murphy celebrating the state's win in the us supreme court i look forward to working with the legislature to enact a law authorizing and regulating sports betting in the very near future new jersey lawmakers introduced bills to set up a regulatory framework for sports bets just a few hours after the high court ruling i'm warren levinson margot kidder has died the actress is perhaps best known for her salty cynical depiction of lois lane opposite christopher reeve in superman films of the seventies and eighties her manager says kid died peacefully in her sleep yesterday at her montana home she was sixtynine i'm ben thomas ap radio news eddie censure we're here to put up flag in the ground and tell the world a better you starts with a better water this isn't fashion this is science.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"Yes i'm actually i am elderly as you know so i i recall the first superman that came out in the mid seventies christopher reeve for re right and it was hugh yes huge and these are different movies and these are these are a different kind of movie i think what it does to your point yes superman batman you know the tim burton one and even the the richard doner superman yes they had their sequel and i i think think what what this this does does on yeah but i think this this sort of builds the really episode franchise model where we're going to have four one offs and then bring them together in four more one offs and bring them together right i think that was sort of the marketing genius of of marvel with with these movies i mean it's remarkable what they've built because you think fifteen years ago this maybe was maybe on people's radars but it wasn't to the level it is right now and now these are like some of the most hotly anticipated movies and when they come out now it's moral they come out and they crush right dc comics i was reading this finish war has already in like five days out past the justice league and that whole entire run so i mean obviously the guys can't seem to get it right well then i think what i'm saying is it's superman and batman and those guys day is done it's and it's it's hard to and what it also does they pitted bet man against superman.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Pampered i don't know i will get an america you correct my favorite marvel hero a total captain america's lap have been my whole life all right moving onto the as guard region the number two seeded the flash beats the number three seeded wolverine that's what worrying always ends up beating guys after just getting pummeled but he can't die he's going to get injured badly through getting pushed i mean the guy got didn't get in a fight with early on one of the i think the second movie that blue guy who shifted all over the place but nightshade nightshade but he ended up with who ended up turning i mean he was like kind of like you said silver surfer he was his heart wasn't in it but then he ended up winning good but i think we'll rian polls this thing off this is really tough man really tough it's one of the iconic characters of the dc universe grant guston has been in insanely good is the barry allen flash on television and i mean help me who plays wolverine australian jack jackman has oh yeah i mean nobody's embodied i agree not probably since christopher reeve is the superman we were kids this one's tough and each of their powers are a great counter to one another right i mean the way you would wanna counter wolverines healing powers is if you could kill death by a thousand paper cuts in nanosecond so as body can heal this fast right on the other hand.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Um digital it was it was shocking and i told that story i am the end of lake sebu invited me to uh uh butbut okay get back to where you are dick okay so they i had bell come in from australia idea any comment from chicago where he was in a play and it was dark that uh sunday nobody and again to buy a house we talk in advance eagles greek jeez and then sat down and read the script and by the time the script reading was over never had another reading in never read it again we've just it was perfect they were perfect they were hysterical that will wonderful there were emotional and when he say what what is it what what keppel the series going for four films and hopefully five if you all right in and when i wrote his maybe alive and uh it was built gibson danny glover yacht that marriage yes extraordinary young while it sure worked is your work big time and i'm not to mention the staging of some of those action suit all yet i mean they're they're to complete you know and those in those are not cgi those are not no view degenerated effect zone you really he really did that stuff it's the only way i kept through these cgi pictures now it's start tangible would sign you have you talked to a greens creed greenspan your and yet you're you're also the guy though who did make us believe that christopher reeve was flying bs but that was before computers yes i know and that fellow azzarra unadorned pesic uh huh.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Budget beat budget made them not be able to do those things did shoot them so they shop three versions of nuclear man this comedy version christopher reeve and then they finally went to this other guy and part of the reason why the the effects are so bad is you will see this is a little montage of the flying scenes where they didn't change a thing flying see ex exactly the same with the when they in the subways section when the subway with lowest goes with screaming by and you see all the people on the subway station are like and then superman flies by and the exact same shot the saying it will be the budget so bad that i feel like they use the part of universal theme park for part of the movie like when you go on the tour of their like that shark jumps out at you and they go belt the sylvia's explode and there's a water comes done a thing like that seems like it was shot on the universe backdrop but nothing was changed it was like i almost feel they may have just put a camera the on the tour by bus got what i felt like didn't get enough attention and it wasn't explicitly said in the movie but like when they take man's hair because it is it's holding up like a thousand paul thousand pound wade is like it's a hugh it's a few because when lex loser let luc cuts it off it like shrink threat back.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"And they're going to have to get in and then he got the remotecontrolled put down the never mind that he has just dripping up too young prison camp and then the correlate launches off would live and then that's their only means of escape no no there is a truck owners rocked the prisoners arrived in is what they then okay i will then good but i will i agree i agree they trashed a pretty cool cool i like that car it was all decked out with a wonderful i think it was amazing like seconds after so they drive off a clip they're definitely dead then you cut to the big right by bet you cut the police arrive and i feel like somebody queen a screening was like that's too sad and so then they just put them on a rocking griffith parking were like i'm so movie is about weird puddle was like woods lois lerner flowing she takes off his glasses of the puts their own bill these relate or art beard is also very much a cartoon and enough that's what comics are like on the big screen on nobody away more he added that i don't want to talk about this just a cup so couple of things about this movie as christopher reeve had story by credit this is his movie he wanted to tell the story is the nuclear arms race is very important to him and he also was angel tori is communist in my career yes so two zero rush yes and that's part of the thing that goes on that we don't really see but yes.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"For that reason but i i've always argued you know having characters laugh onscreen brings audiences closer together to the characters and and people don't use that tool i think often enough and wonderwoman uses a really while gallardo uses a incredibly well you know what a big part of the a discussion around that was how a petty jenkins the directors unafraid to depict unabashed sincerity like what people would call cheese and i thought that was one of the reasons the movie worked as well as it did um and i think i'm gonna put it from that to my number three which is a christopher reeve in superman a specifically the first one by i like him in all of them i think he's even pretty good and three which is a terrible bouffy come but he just he has that like rock solid decency that you want out of somebody playing superman who is who is my favorite superhero for vaguely personal reasons uh but uh one of the things you've said a blank check that's hung with me a lot is that the hardest thing to do so just to play somebody who's like good and decent and a normal for lack of a better word and i'm wondering if like you have thoughts about that in terms of like how hard it must be to play superman yeah i mean i i look at that performance and i can't figure out how he did it because you know the the thing is where sort of get had earlier is in a certain way it's easy to play a character like arthur who has so much psychological conflict baked into the cake right there's a lot of work involved to depict that correctly but you don't have to go round searching for things to hangar hat up on but someone like superman who is just good you know there's not a lot of internal struggle so it's very easy i think to fall into making that character a series of poses or just kind of a safer adding unnecessary internal conflict you know um rather than just playing a moral compass and a drive that i think.

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