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"dame judi dench" Discussed on Past Gas
"Performed a siren song for the masses. As each person approached the stage, the same wonder and excitement brood orders began to pour in and calls on how to make the waiting list came almost as quickly. But some celebrities tried to bribe bob Lutz get their own viper's dame Judi Dench, which was actually pretty smart because Dodge produced only 285 viper RT tens in their initial release year. 1992. It became the ultimate status symbol, Kurt Cobain drove one. And this exclusivity boosted sales to 1043 by the next year, 1993. This was also the year that the team added a black paint option known as viper black. Did kirkman actually drive that does not seem like him at all. Yeah, him being bummed was just a front. He loved Dodge vipers. And Jimmy Buffett. He had Buffett buckets by the thousands. Owner of margaritaville. Some unreleased Nirvana tapes called the parrot head sessions. Yeah, he wrote that song. Yeah, he wrote margaritas. Hey. In 1994, the team added green and yellow as well. Dandelion yellow. Dandelion. Emerald green. Very 90s looking color. The viper was a massive success with rave reviews across the board. Except for some owners who said the side I could say the exhaust burned them anytime they got out of their car. Don't put your leg next to the side of your car when you get out. Yeah, you gotta hop have you ever gotten in. When did you sit in that one? Yeah, it's not good for tall guys. It's pretty hard. It's very difficult process to get it out. The petals are like over here. Yeah. Better position sucks. I think if you drove a viper for years, you would probably have hip problems. From driving sideways I ain't way. My hips are so displayed. We'll be right back with more of this story, but first, a word from our sponsors. Leftovers. Or the DMV. Or. House cleaning. Or chamber casino always brings the fun. Play over a hundred different games online for free from anywhere. You could redeem some serious prizes. Live the chumba life. 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Also, the lack of electronic interference wasn't so great for less experienced drivers, a lot of people crashed them. But that's like driving is harder than people think. And a lot of people buy a car that's really fast and they're like, oh, it can do the TV. No, you can't. It's hard. It's hard. It's 400 horsepower and it's like 2900 pounds. Yeah. Rear wheel drive with no window ABS yet. No electronic aids. Just your skill. Yeah. You don't just automatically know how to handle that. Yeah. It's like people being like, oh, yeah, I can ride a horse. No, you can't. I don't know how to do that. I can not ride a horse. Out of principle. Dude. Nobody can ride a horse. Horses are terrifying. They're giant. You can see their muscles and they have hammers for hands. Yeah, and sometimes people like they purposely put steel hammers on the bottom. They put freaking steel in the bottom of the hammers. Yeah. What are we thinking? That is silly. Once AI learns how to ride a horse, we're going, yeah. As a 1996 rolled in, so too did the second generation of the viper and with it came a rear exit exhaust because everyone's snowflake these days. Glass windows. And a roof. Safety is because the side X is aroused created a lot of back pressure in doing rear exit exhaust, freed up a lot of horsepower action. Wow. The more. Because safety. No, no. Good. They wanted the burned legs. That was part of the appeal? It was a status symbol. If you had the little burn marks on your
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"Reese's Peanut Butter cups are the greatest, but let me play devil's advocate here. Let's see. So, no, that's a good thing. That's definitely not a problem. Reese's you did it. You stumped this charming devil. Hello, and welcome to this week's episode of something rhymes with purple. Where we get to return to some of my favorite things in the world. And these are linguistic gaps. Now with me is Giles as always and jazz. We hit our 200th episode, didn't we? Our 200th birthday at the end of January and for us, we found this really special because we had so many brilliant questions from people asking, what do you call this X or Y or Z? And it really got us doing some major head scratching and trying to come up with words to fill those gaps. Sometimes borrowed from other languages. Turns out we had so many, we can return to them. I'm glad we can return to them. It was very celebratory. I love a celebration. I've just had my birthday, you know. I went away. And you did something really special. Well, I did do something really special in the sense that it was an amazing event. I hosted a party. As you know, one of my 7 grandchildren had childhood babyhood cancer and was a patient at great ormond street hospital in London, and the other day or rather at the end of last year had their 5 year old clear from the babyhood cancer, which was, of course, they have to be checked every year. But anyway, it was good news. And I thought time to say thank you and to celebrate. So we organized for my birthday and event at a party on the stage of the London palladium. And we raised, I'm proud to tell you that more than a 100,000 pounds in one afternoon. Thanks to all the people who appeared on the stage. I saw a picture, I have to say, I was staggered as to how many amazing women you gathered there that day. I gathered a dozen dames. There was more than a thousand years of theatrical experience on that stage. Dame Judi Dench, you name it. They were all there. Twiggy. I mean, they were all just every theatrical game you could think of. Well, Benjamin, they were all there. And they were wonderful, and they were so entertaining Eileen Atkins did a musical turn, and these are people in their 80s and 90s some of them. Oh, Patricia routledge do you remember her since book? She's amazing in so many ways, not just for hyacinth. Yeah, you're right. But she has created a house in the bouquet, one of those characters that will live forever like journal army created Patsy for absolutely fabulous. And she's saying a wonderful no card song. And then she's in her mid 90s. She was on stage so formidable. We did a quiz as part of the show. And I said to her, you know, journalism is the captain of your team and you're the deputies. And I've never been a deputy in all my life, and I'm not starting now. And it was a wonderful occasion and a very happy way to celebrate a birthday.
"dame judi dench" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Hey, what's up? It's gonna stop what are you. If you're paying attention to last night's Academy Awards ceremony, then you probably know by now that Michelle Yeoh won best actress for her performance in everything everywhere all at once. The wind makes her the first ever Asian woman to win an Oscar in that category about damn time. To mark the occasion, we're sharing her recent interview from our sister podcast, the envelope. I'll let my colleague Mark Olson take it from here. Go Michelle. I'm here today with someone who genuinely needs no introduction. Michelle yay. Hello, Mark. And Michelle, I just want to say congratulations to you on all the awards and the tremendous reception that everything everywhere all at once has gotten this year. Yes, thank you. And now fans and critics have just absolutely loved the movie. It's been the highest grossing film for the distributor, a 24. If it's gotten all this attention during word season, through all this, what has been most surprising to you, because there have been something in the response to the movie that you didn't expect? Wow. Wow, that's a loaded question. I think, you know, when you get a story like this and immediately you feel in your guts, wow. It is chaotic. I mean, you have hot dog fingers thrown at you. Then you read, oh my God, what? They're using dildos and what? Butt plugs are? Oh my God, man, are we going with this? But then it's all centered and grounded by the deep emotional beating heart of family and love. When I first received a script, I was blown away by the boldness of these two young writers, directors, the Daniels, as we affectionately know them for. And I think the first thing my instinct was to, I have to meet these two guys and pray to God they're not such a viability insane. Because who thinks of something like this? And so do you remember how the Daniels first pitched the story to you? Like, how did they first describe it to you? So when I first met them, they were like, the most calm, like they were very serious. I guess I don't know. People tell me I'm very intimidating. I have no idea why. So, and I think they were nervous because they said afterwards, it was like, if we can't convince Michelle to do this movie, I don't think we have a movie anymore. So it felt like they had a lot of things writing on it. But I was already sold by the script, but I had to see where this story was coming from. And what I loved, the minute I saw them together, there was no ego. They were like the yin and the Yang, so Kwan is Chinese and China to some American Caucasian, right? But how they spoke off each other with each other was like, you know, when you have egos, so either someone is going to take the lead and the other person is always going to be the wingman. Here it was like we are two co-pilots literally and we are both flying this together. And when you listen to them talk about it because they spend two years rewriting it, reconfiguring it. It's about taking the risk and this is what they did. They said, we're just going to put in every single thing that everybody tells us we can't do, but we're going to risk it. And I think that was one of the reasons why I really wanted to work with young directors because apart from the fact that they're brilliant, they're also hungry. They want you tell you their story. And that is when you get the best storytellers because they want to grab you and they go, listen to me. Listen to me, just listen to me. Give me a chance. And I think that was what it was. It was just give us a chance to tell you our story. And now, as I understand it, they initially wrote the script sort of focused on the father character. Yes. They offered this part to Jackie Chan. He turned it down. Yeah, he went to they went to China to see Jackie and presented at the story to him and all that. Yes. What does that change mean? For you, what does it do to the story to switch the focus from the father to the mother? I think the whole dynamic changes right away. I think it's a comfort thing to write it for a man because you know it's an action movie. Then you always think, oh yeah, yeah, yeah, that's the man should do. He should save the universe. So Jackie would be the one that goes in safe the world. And so they came back and go like, okay, I think Michelle should save the world. So they were smart. And it does completely change their dynamics because their mother daughter relationship is a tough relationship that often doesn't really get explored in that way. So here is a completely different dynamics and also in this story is about her trying to come to terms with her own culture and her own past with her father, who always disapproved. So that was so many struggles that's going on. And I think we relate so much to so many of those. And I'm curious what this role means to you within the context of your career, that you've talked about how recently you've been offered more supporting parts that you don't get offered very many lead roles anymore. And so what did it mean to you when the Daniels sort of flipped things around and they asked you to carry the movie? The first thing is you feel like finally, thank you. You guys see me, you guys will receive and you're giving me the opportunity to show that I'm capable of doing all this. As an actor, you need the opportunity. You need the role that will help you showcase what you're capable to do. You know, as you get older, the roles get smaller. It seems like if the numbers go up and these things go narrow and then you start getting relegated to the site more and more. So when everything everywhere came all at once, it was like it was very emotional. Because this means that you are the one who's leading this whole process who's telling the story. It's about this ordinary woman who becomes a superhero. It's about you being able to be funny, dramatic, martial arts, like almost like a horror film. It was like, oh, 5 genres made into one. You know, as you get older, people start saying, oh, yeah, you should retire. You should do this. You should know, guys, do not tell me what to do. I should be in control of what I am capable of, right? Has anyone actually suggested to you that you should retire? That seems crazy to me. They don't say it in so many. Why would they dare say that in so many words, right? But when you don't get the roles and you're just sitting there. But then I look at Reese and I look at these older smart, like Nicole and all they set up their own production houses, right? Because they are not going to wait at the sidelines because they saw that coming as well. You have to be smart about it. And if you don't make it happen and you wait, then you could be waiting for a very long time. So no one has actually said, oh, well, you know, you're getting to be that age. Because I look at dame Judi Dench, and yes, woman, you know, but I look at Helen Mirren and I go, I'm like, yeah, I look at Mel's treatment. It goes, yes. There are beautiful stories that still needs to be told for us all the women. And we should not back down and say, well, okay, I'll just accept it. And then those roles are not so many. So we have to find ways to tell these storytellers. Don't look at us as being older women. Just look at us as
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Cut. Yep. Now I will say that that is the one movie that I have ever in my time as a critic walked out on. So there's that. Oh, well, so you didn't get the part with James duty dungeon? I don't know. Yeah. What's her name again? It's dame, Judy, Jane. You were there. You just had to finish it. Jane? Dame Judi Dench. Dame Judi Dench. Now say it with a Christopher Walken impression. See, you can do it then. Not enough positive. Maybe that's what I need. It's like, Chris for walking through. I do Shatner. Spark. Dang duty dance. See? You can do it. If it's not you. As long as I don't keep talking about, he's got it. Yeah. I'm gonna keep fucking him up. Well, you know. You do that. Wait, can you do Gerard depardieu and walking? Well, you know, the man in the eye and masks, Gerard deppa do. Giraffe. Yeah, but I do. I do. So this is a Casino Royale. For more Christopher Walken, go listen to a view to a kill. Yeah, pod. So anyway, you got dench as M returning from the previous film. And then Jeffrey Wright, playing Felix ladder, who is bond's most trusted ally in the books and the movies. Yes, and I said, I like that actor. The first time we met Jeffrey Wright. Common thread through Bond movies. Great character. He returns for quantum masalas and No Time to Die. And then in this part of our original podcast, I popped in and I said, I like that they use Judi Dench coming back as M because and then this is when we realized we were recording, I said, because it helps out the fan theory that 007 is just a title and that several different people through the years have played the role or the had the pseudonym James Bond.
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Cinemavino
"But when he does have a fight, it's normally a tussle. And he had a lovely fight with Sean Bean at the end on the satellite tower before Sean pulls the gun on him. Yeah, the bond gown Natalia was great in this. I kept thinking, I know she doesn't die, but I'm like, God, there's so many parts in this where if she didn't have a larger role, they would have killed her at this point, or at this point, or at this point. She couldn't die. She had plot armor. It was what it was. And yeah, I liked I liked Alan cumming as the weird little tech guy Bond villain that was just off to the side. Xenia on a top was great. I loved her as the evil henchwoman. I like dame Judi Dench. She wasn't in it much, but she got one on one. She got a good one on one scene with Bond. And yeah, I totally forgot about the end with the satellite coming out of the water and then draining all the way. It was interesting to see all of the special effects that they were using. Because I forgot they used miniatures or even biggers. And going back and watching some other movies, I really miss those, even when you can tell, they just, yeah. Any CGI that they're going to do. I really think you can enhance a miniature with CGI around it to make it look a little better. Lower the rings. But I really love all that stuff. I want to go back and watch the dark crystal again too. Just because it's so easy, there's a conversation now with AI where artists on Instagram and other places are really pissed because people can just type something in. And immediately come out with great art. But not actively made by people at all. It's just kind of yada, yada, yada. And I'm seeing kind of a shortcut with CGI these days. And I'm sure they'll incorporate AI more into CGI. To where it's just, it's lazy, and it's a shortcut. And I'm liking stuff from 80s more and more. I'm appreciating practical effects and costumes and miniatures. I saw I saw an
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And I said basically what happens is you make a film with someone, you are there with them in Hungary and Budapest when their wife is pregnant when their first kick goes to nursery when something happens they go through a divorce. These extraordinarily intense moments in people's lives. And you become genuinely close, fast friendships because you are having when you're working to trust each other and you love that person. And then you don't see them for ten years because you say them off. And suddenly meet them at some other thing. And it's that person that you love and you can remember everything about their divorce, I think, but you can't for the life if you remember their name. And so that's sort of like darling. It's like this actor said it stems from this thing. I'm like, really, genuine affection. But there's something that I remember it being quite traumatic to begin with. These people are my real Friends and why don't I see them anymore. But say more about me. But what's lovely about people like Zoe Paul, Carey, is that if you're lucky enough to stay in this job for a while, things go around and come around and you get to work with people again and you get to or even with Jessica Chastain, who I work in the good nurse, we had met each other years ago at a children's film festival and always had this friendship and suddenly years later you get to work behind you and felicity. Exactly. So not to get ahead of ourselves. But what we were saying was that with all the acclaim and awards and everything with red, now you come back to working in film and let's just note very soon after that is my week with Marilyn and we'll just remind people playing Colin Clark this Gopher at Pinewood Studios who had a kind of memorable brief relationship of hard to define with Marilyn Monroe who in this case is played by Michelle Williams, this was during the making of a 1957 movie, the prince and the showgirl, which was shot at pinewood. Now, Eddie and Michelle Williams go to work in the very same sound stage, I believe, at pinewood. And along with sir Kenneth Branagh, talk about talk about that one and I think a lot of people who maybe hadn't seen the theater work or some of these smaller independent movies up to that point. This is where they first said, who is this guy? It was an amazing opportunity that film and Simon Curtis directed it. I'm always grateful for him for that. It was riveting to be a part of because there was an element of sort of life imitating art in the sense that Michelle had a voice coach of a movement coach, an acting coach, every technique that Marilyn Monroe had had, she decided to approach you had a dame Judi Dench playing dame civil thorndike, James civil thorndike, one of the great Dons of British theater and film who was just so lovely that no one behaved badly when she was around, which is exactly what she had done. You had Ken playing Lawrence Olivier. As you said, we were shooting in pinewood.
What Happened to Pamela Anderson's Face?
"Did you see the interview the other day Pamela Anderson and a new husband, Dan hey Hearst? Schmuck, Dan, hayhurst, who left his wife in three kids to one from building pants deck to fucking the former Baywatch babe. All his wife and kids had no idea. I mean, his wife had dinner with Pam. They became friendly. And this asshole decides to stop. I mean, things like that can happen. I'm sure that marriage wasn't good in some capacity. But he really looks like an asshole on top of looking like an asshole physically. Now he looks that way more in a broader sense. But I watched this video of an interview they did. Some British show called loose women, which that's kind of funny in itself, to be interviewing Pam Anderson, a show called loose women. And they call her up and she's in bed. She and Dan answer the phone while under the covers, which, by the way, John Lennon and Yoko Ono did this S.W.A.T. 40 something years ago. 50, maybe. Come up with something new, Pam. It just, you know, the whole thing of being in bed with your new husband, you're 6th fucking husband. It's getting tiresome. And I didn't know it was Pam Anderson at first. I thought they were interviewing dame Judi Dench. That's what Pam is turning into. I mean, I don't know if that's her face without makeup or if this is just what she settled on with cosmetic procedures. I have no idea what option is saddest. But ladies, you got to stop injecting bullshit into your cheek into your cheekbones. It looks like you got two hamburger buns below your eyeballs. Do you think men think that your natural look? You need to know, you don't look like you're younger, you look like someone who does a lot of cosmetic
"dame judi dench" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"No chess is better than it has any. Nobody thinks chess is interesting. Jess is fascinating. Fascinating. Yeah. Yeah. And some great duets and chess. The mountain dewitt itself is a beautiful. Andy will sometimes saying this is the one situation like when he just drops something. Just as a joke. And it's kind of perfect timing every time he does it. Because one of our first dates, we went and saw a production of chess. It's like really near an overpass in a black box theater. I don't know how they did it because when I shot in London, they had a rotated, it was huge. The production was it was at 89. And it was a huge production. In 2004. It was much more for that shit. But they did an amazing job. It was really still very good. And it had a different ending. I think with chess, you get to pick different, you can pick who goes with who. Really? Yeah, lady of the Tiger wise. We're kidding. Yeah. They pick that Lana. There's the American woman in the Russian woman. Does he go back to his wife? Does he does he throw the game? Does he not throw the game? Does he? And does he ever get back with the American? My memory he never did. I did not know that there was like a choose your own adventure. Yeah, a little bit of a choose your own adventure vibe to the end of it. But yeah, so what are the great songs in gypsy? Okay, so gypsy, there's, okay, well there's their kids, the big song that she sings like before when she's a child on this, let me entertain you, let me oh my God, I know that. You know that one? Okay, yeah. And then everything's coming up roses. Do you know that? Yeah. That's the big 11 o'clock number that the mom sings. Send in the clowns. Okay, no. But that is. Okay. I have so I have so much to say about them in the cloud. Where does that from? That is from a show called a little night music. And that's Kevin Sondheim's show and I was thinking about son, I'm always thinking he must even son him, but that song is so fascinating to me because to me that's like sometimes most famous crossover song, but you'll hear like Frank Sinatra cover that song, or Barbara streisand, and it's like beautiful, right? But that's not how that song is supposed to be sung. When you go see a production of a little night music or if you Google dame Judi Dench singing in the song or something. Time intentionally put that song in a key that would be really difficult for the actress to sing. Yeah. So it's not supposed to be this beautiful buttery Barbara streisand Frank Sinatra. You're supposed to sound like you're having a nervous breakdown while you sing it. Oh. And when you.
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"I wanna freak us. That was a quite like the old enough in. Nfl series Not the football. I'm fine myself some more time. Cinematic radio yeah. Give me on all right. I'm sorry. I call a few feet. It doesn't do a lot right but actually that in how comanche films they make about their world cups are pretty good and the nine four one much nowadays exit soundtrack is obscene and it has these weird. Vox pop cut away to like members of the us public and now like the soccer ball where they don't have a clue and it's just weird naive and very ninety s and optimistic and belongs to a different time but it's It's quite intoxicated into what share is quite strange but but enjoyable the night four feet awoke official film and the two thousand six one is believed the voice of that as a god. Who's australian actor. Who is gladiator. Russell cry. I believed the leads. One desert isn't he does aids which is also worth watching but yet he those films can be really good actually yes. Shout is entirely year playing football manager and watching the two thousand t- reviews the woke up to my friend. James us alongside me doing exact. Same thing i wanna. I wanna move onto like fun films now. Because that's where answer he's been notes and these will go more. It's the edits. say either. I mean if we go modern because they've been maligned film than cats. I'd no no one's seen it clearly is a crock. Tell you awkward for a remember. What she a big graham norton fund me my wife watch law on dame judi dench was on there. An opposite showcases. Let little teaser on When cut back to like the guests they will look like okay. Let's be right like it was weird. The weirdest of weird she has shot to the rump tug nuts.
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Movies Not Films
"And let's see what else he's done a. He does a lot of different things. It looks like he hasn't done a whole lot. I guess it's about a movie a year. Which i don't know how that he's in dune he's playing still gar induna. That'll be fine. He was in Pirates of the caribbean dead mental. No tails captain salazar captain salads. I liked him. yeah he's just. He's he's awesome. I i think he's a great actor and he was a good bond villain. Thanks a lot to be a good bond villain as we've known or as we come to find out because the the the green guy from quantum asala sucked the villains inspector. I mean i love. Christopher watson will talk about spec during his second play he sucks. Is this kind of ill in just not. Yeah so sky fall. Definitely one of the better ones very thrilling. Yeah and i liked the they involved dame judi dench as much as they did in this movie especially because at the time. I didn't really do movie research. I didn't know that this was supposed to be her last wine But i thought it was. It was well done how they you know gave her character and end you know. They brought her in and they. They introduced gareth. Mallory row fines character Well and made him seem like you know. He's got his way of doing things and they're going to be different than the way that an was doing things previously but still made him likable at the same time like that. Shootout scene in the In the courthouse where he grabs the gun at the end when he walks in on q. And tanner and land the fake trail for silva follow. he's like well then hoping. Don't get caught. You know it shows that. He's not afraid he's not so by the book he'll break the rules when he needs to. So i i liked that. It definitely made me appreciate his character a lot more than when when dame judi dench character 'em died and he replaced her. I felt like it. it worked. Well you know introduced him. Made me dislike him than like him. Give him a good character arc to round out to make me happy that he was going to be. Am i feel like he can be a bit of a hard ass though. I'm not gonna lie. I liked the the other m just a just a bit more not a whole lot more but her death was really. What's the word.
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
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"dame judi dench" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie
"You said you were drinking. Yes when i'm gonna say is a puppet but i feel like you have to go into either. Watch it with a big group of people drinking or just making fun of as you go. You don't go into this film like me and this is dame judi dench's best roll history mckellen's really get a knock. This out of the they are okay is stupid. And they're all gonna like be covering for and like they have noses but also in thumbs bukit ears anyway while she was friends. Have some drinks. If that's your thing that's your thing. Watch some of it. Nice man by. Seize the opportunity. My husband was out of town over the weekend. And so i got say control of the tv and watch stuff. That i knew he wouldn't like so. I binged on this entire mini series called mayor of east town. Which is it's on. Hbo it is a crime drama. It starts kate winslet as the lead character mayor who lives in it's set in pennsylvania and she is this detective whose life is falling apart. All around her. It's very complex. And i won't dive into like all the nuances up. What's going on but basically this kind of small town. A teenage girl is found murdered. And she has the case. And it's like all eyes on her and In the meantime just everything that could possibly go wrong in her. Life is also going wrong. So it's really really good evan. Peters is in. It are our own from wanda vision and expand movies over american horror story. Ya and it's what i liked about it. I love kate winslet. She's another person that. I will watch literally anything that she's in and i love that she. She doesn't play a glamorous character by any means. She's rundown she's in like sweats half the time and yet she has guy pearce and evan peters both falling in love with her and i love this so it was really really good very compelling big twist at the end so i don't want to say any more about it has what streaming platform. Hbo injury seeing your that. A try. i. I really liked the first season of true detective and i kinda get vibes like kind of true detective vibes from that. Yeah there's only seven episodes so it's a pretty quick Lost you the whole the whole art. So yeah pop out or shore loved. It was compelled start to finish. I also watched bo burnham's special on netflix. Inside which i had seen some abo- burnham stuff like years ago his vines and stuff like that but i've never really been into him as a comedian yeah binz vines But so this blew up all over the new vine tiktok and everyone has been talking about it. And so i was like okay. I got to see what this is. And i tuned in thinking. It was a comedy special and it is not a comedy special..
"dame judi dench" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno
"They always look amazing. Read his famously. Fa credit. I keep saying you might wonder if he would like a bloody lake here with your foot in it. Looks like you've hurt yourself. That's when i got bashed up. In the the sort of his these people someone said her foot movements seemed charmingly. Precise and careful now. Can i just say that wikileak community. Wonderful wonderful bunch. I would hang out with them. Do any goddamn day. And also i just like to say to vote for me. Thank you to the academy. I wouldn't i wouldn't have these without you and anybody. That enjoyed my feet over the years. Appreciate somebody said she does have nice fi. You've gotta give good like why people like feet a foot fetish or potter theo. Which is an unfortunate name for your podcast though porterfield pot. Delia footnotes potter films. If it's meant to be none of this has meant to be. I mean there's multiple theories about it. One of the first that emerged with swim sigmund. Freud we go. He believed that fetishes arose during early childhood fee. When you on the floor. But that's not what he says alice. He suggested that when a child so their mother's genitals they were shocked to find that their mother did not have a penis leading to a fixation on objects or body part. That looked like penises. What did sigmund mandl a time. So in case of i jus freud's theory states that they occur because a person perceives the foot or toes as a penis substitute. I don't think knots identity. That one i know more than freud ten inches of after school special. You gotta let james james this education. I was more intrigued to know who was who kind of prominent figures in the culture. And so i've looked into some famous people have foot. Oh sure a few feet. Equal f scott fitzgerald. Apparently who wrote a new by the great gatsby allusions to that in the great gatsby well possibly. I haven't read it but to give us a what's interesting about him is that he loved women's feet but hated his own so he refused to show his feet to anybody and he's quoted as saying that he had a freudian shame about his feet but he loves that things and he was so obsessed with fee that he frequented a particular sex worker solely on the basis of her feet. They sold them into our andy warhol building on the wall of. Oh that's something. I want to clear up as well. All the plenty people say about my morning. Common mini herning I might just play actually on my phone own. I love these prep for this on twitter. But the focus has more which i think is in col- the amount of honesty money mahogany will have rice. That has got precedent by none other than dame judi dench. I'll look at this link. Does live his life by dame judi. What would i believe. He's prepped at companies clipped it. What a sad little.
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"This week. eddie izzard is in it who we both like news dame judi dench's in it too so based on those two names. I went out and bought a ticket in rented it for seven dollars on apple. Tv it's six minutes to midnight named movie It had not season it. So i'm like oh not season. He is judi dench. I'm in and now. I just want my seven dollars back. Oh my god. It was terrible. This is what this is. What comes out of a pandemic when you're trying to make a movie. Oh it was bad. It was bad bad bad bad bad skin okay. we'll do. I'm just telling you it's bad. You know eddie. Izzard has been in some real stinkers. He's a fantastic comedian but he doesn't always pick the right roles when he's looking almost post human now. I mean i don't know what's going on with that faces eased looking rough really are off the f. He's he's made some interesting choices with his life but god bless him seems happy. Yeah he's he did. Another pandemic thirty marathons and thirty days now. His his really Destroying himself with that sort of stuff. Yeah i think he needs a sandwich. Somebody let's let's have kick started to get eddie a sandwich. Definitely adam writes in and says thanks suggesting kim's convenience and ted lasso. can i return the favor with bluey. Not what you think it's a kid show and lodge forty nine on hulu Tried louis kid hasn't taken to it yet but it does seem clever and good good for show and not heard of lodge forty nine. So i've heard of lodge forty nine. It ran two seasons but was cancelled. So i'm not gonna watch that. And vincent wrote in with a link from Sky cove nineteen five thousand. Music fans attended barcelona gig after passing. Same day corona virus screening. And he said. The tests are included in the concert ticket price. I wonder how it works for concert goers coming from a neighboring country. I don't think anybody's allowed to move countries right now. Most people are still got their border. Shut down so. I don't know how that's gonna work out. We'll see what happens with this You know the concert just happened on saturday. I think so. Let's give it two weeks. Yeah i do track. Everybody and let's. I'm very curious to see what happens with this. So we'll see. Yeah i'm sure you are. That's your wheelhouse right. However here's the difference between this occurring in barcelona in this occurring in the united states. I read this one. Line here In the article in surreal scenes after year social distancing people dance close to one another but the sea of faces covered in masks showed that things were not quite back to normal. Let me tell you one fucking thing we throw a lollapalooza or coachella around here. Even if we test everybody going in. There could be any fucking masks song because america america as right. That's how that works Friend of the show chris. Lockhead sent this one in yesterday's concert to prepare to return from pandemic lockdown. Roadies may may have moved on Now brandon music business. Would you like to take this one. Because i think you have things to say about it. Yeah i mean they talk about this that you basically there's been no shows For the last year plus And there are a lot of people that make a show. There's a lot of roadies. there's there's lightning giggs. There's there's people setting up the stage. There's people that deal with the instruments. There's a there's a whole army behind every band that you've ever seen that's just bands. You know you talk about theater and we can talk about all that sort of stuff as well So yeah a lot of these people. I i know quite a few roadies. I know quite a few management organizations. I know quite a few bands The the the better organizations. Shall i say have done something for their their their crew. They've tried to help. Keep them afloat. They've done things You know they paid out of their own pocket. They've put out You know limited releases on band camper. They've done special shirts so fans could buy stuff and all that money went to their crew. those are the good bands. A lot of people haven't done shit and if you haven't done shit. I know quite a few roadies that have moved on and gotten real jobs and then went discovered that. Oh wow hold on a second. When i have a real job. I get health insurance. Yeah you don't get that as a rhody. I get retirement account. He don't get that as a rhody and what. I think this is going to really do as i if it's going to change the industry to some degree because i the there's always going to be some willing kid that used to work at taco bell that's going to push around crate and sleep on a bus and heat nothing but pizza for six months for you but i think that needs to change things. I think we need to realize that roadies need to be able to make a living and have these perks that everybody else not everybody else. 'cause you'd probably didn't get a taco bell either but you know health insurance is something that should probably be provided to these sorts of people and all that so. We'll see there. Some organizations are going to be fine because they've done their best. And i think they know it and other organizations are going to have a really hard time getting people to come back. I agree with that. Yeah and you know. There's two to skill sets are levels of skill. probably like ten levels of skill when it comes to rotate. There's you get your guitar tuners. But you've also got the people who put up the giant. You know multi ton riggings that actually on the lights go on and putting up the lights and those that is a skilled labor position right there that is not just get some kid who just made it chalupa in shove them up. A you know many lighting show and manning the sound desk and making sure all the mics are working in. The sound is great in the venue and all that there's incredibly skilled labor labor out there So we shall see. I found a couple of things to read. Because that just made me think about music. And then i was bouncing around a bit. And there's a really great article over at louder..
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"That this will enhance quote unquote cancel culture. Because what you can do is basically short someone stock find an old tweet put it out there and have them tank and then prophet. Yeah that's assuming anybody ever uses this thing. The would which they aren't now to begin with a couple of different things struck my mind first off a in theory actually. Isn't all that horrible of an idea except for the ability to get to basically short people. That's horrible. I wonder if there was. I mean obviously you could shut that off within your own currency. But you can't stop people from doing it because they use different currencies to do it but financial markets are horrible. That's always going to happen. And that's horrible. So that's a bad thing. The other thought that came to mind is that basically The whole idea behind this network is that you could mix speculation and content together so you could talk about the way that you're monetize and what your pay. This will not fly in morocco. Apparently and but in general this is kind of the idea that we always kinda sorta light is like micro payments for what you're doing. I mean if you're writing really good. Content than people are going to give you micro payments of bit glitz. And that's great because we've always said that that would be a wonderful thing a way to monetize your posting out there. Let letting people make micro payments. It's just a horrible way to do it yet. There's another site out there that this reminds me of. I can't remember. Oh god it's gonna drive me crazy every month. I get an email from them saying that. Oh my accounts about to expire. I need to come in and check in to make sure that I get to keep my account in what it is. It is the same thing. It's basically a stock market for people. Right i mean it's kind of remember. Hollywood rings a bell. Hollywood online that was worked at. So there's this is basically hollywood online for people and so this is kind of the same thing using actual money. Yes yes yeah well actual money. That's true the other thing that really came to mind because they were talking about in this article. They talked about a number of other fucking coins as well at this point. How many crypto currencies are there. I feel like there are more crypto currencies than actual people out and Yeah i mean. God remember the big days like a couple of years ago where everybody i mean. God burger king had aucoin those oppa the coin only in russia. And yeah there's tons and tons. Of course just go logging coin base and you can scroll for quite some time to find out i found it. Ha- new would find it It used to be called empire. Avenue now is empire dot com k. k. r. e. d. Very cool yes. So if you go to empire dot cred Let's see here. I i been on this site since it launched and you have any credit i surprisingly do because the funny thing about it is. I never got rid of my count. So i go in every month and i keep you know just doing the basics to i've got stockholders and i look Yeah well done. You've got the outstanding thirty two badge. I have sold twenty five million shares after increase my portfolio but my portfolios one hundred six million. I think they're called eve's yes eve's my portfolio wealth is like two trillion two billion two billion eve's shit. Why even do in this podcast retire. I know except except eaves are just about as useless bit. Clint can't get so. Yeah kind of the same thing i just. I couldn't. it was driving me crazy at empire. Avenue was what it used to be called now to empire cred and they do have how. What was the you should know this. You are big into the social marketing. What was the system that gave you a basically a social points for you plug in all of your different social media and then you've got like a score influence or score like ten of them have one the other one big one. I couldn't tell you right now. Yeah i always go back. And i think a wealthy but it's not that i think corey dr missed the boat on that one could have now what coin he can. He can resurrect coin and finally in the news Virgin galactic has unveiled spaceship. Three pages. Mr branson what happened to the spaceship to we. Don't talk about to hear spatial. All the new hires never mentioned to why what happened. We don't talk about. Don't talk about that anymore. i will say it's shiny. It looks pretty. It does yeah. Yeah spaceship to not going to be flying again. I guess until may because something went wrong last time and Apparently this is comes back. I think the the satellite de gossett because there was a radiation spike in the computer. Shut down on the last light. So that shielding is important. When you're going to space wait. They don't go to space. This is like this is just the tip this just the tip or not going all the way into space media brian. I watched a movie this week. eddie izzard is in it who we both like news dame judi dench's in it too so based on those two names..
"dame judi dench" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"And it's gonna be his heart you about tracy you think about vespas. They built someone who is the evil version of those two people. And i think is just why it's so successful and you have that moment to at the funeral or just outside the funeral where she says you know. Have you ever lost a loved. One and I think she has very good. Read on this guy immediately. And i think that's another strength to that character is that bond can't quite wrap his mind around her whereas i think she understands him better than he would be very comfortable. Admitting yeah she has his number from the gecko. she's everybody's number from the gecko. I think she maybe. Her superpower is her ability to read and manipulate people and know what would be in a sense. What in essence. we're talking about intimacy. What form of intimacy way to connect with people could get her what she needs in order to move to the next phase of her plan. I think we should just pay on some other. Bits of good about the film before. Maybe we talk about some nitpicks but that whole opening is probably the best one until specter till specter. Okay yeah i mean. It's definitely up there. I love the millennium. Dome yoyo too but you can actually walk over now so if you ever come to. London will actually walk over the to. And i'll push you off the side. We re stage the opening of this movie. You can fail to grab onto the cables and keep plummeting. How much is it to rent a hot air balloon. We'll find out. But yeah. I just think and i remember that being so much press in the uk about them shooting that it was in all the papers because they ended up holding the river for a good couple of weeks whilst they showed that scene. Yeah that so much reporting about so. I feel like i've seen most of the before. A is so captivating and exceedingly long. Yeah it's the longest pre titles sequence. And there's i don't think it's ever been confirmed but there's a lot of belief that the sequence was actually supposed to just be him jumping out the window of the swiss bank and walking away that would be the pre credits and then the boat chase would take place after the opening credits. Whatever if whether if that was the initial idea than they were right. I think to connected to the boat sequencing. Just do all that before the credits. Because that is one of a way to launch the movie. Yeah i think it would have been too boring. If it was just him jumping out and walking away with the with the briefcase and i also when i was watching and i was like wow this is pretty long just because we typically expect it to be. What like four or five minutes. There's going to be you know often times some sort of sex and there's some sort of action and then we move into the the credits but this was more of a narrative scene that had a direct connection to the narrative that was like it was a very pronounced moving forward. Yeah it's also really interesting in that we're working 'em into the pre credit sequence this way and she is playing a larger role than ever before and plays a very significant role within the plot and it is notable this was also the year that judi dench won best supporting actress for shakespeare in love so i think they were very smart to give her more mature. Okay there was definitely this is a high for dame judi. Dench fans for sure This sort of era. And i mean to see her get boost up in the sui was awesome..
"dame judi dench" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey
"About about dame judi dench how she says that rome was the world's first were my web anyway. I'll see you soon. Julius caesar well well mike we have a drum roll. A number one. My number one ride at epcot is also spaceship birth. Well since because sophian. And i love that ride and we. I mean we would talk about it for months. When she was a little kid. We talked about for months before our next trip but how it arrived spaceship birth and but my my love for spaceship. Birth goes back thirty eight years. Excuse me october october. One nineteen eighty two was day. That epcot opened my first trip to. Kat was the following summer in nineteen eighty three and my grandma and grandpa took me and we rode with two of their friends that were retirees as well and their grandson and the six of us and it was. It was the time when i was finally. I was fifteen that summer. So i was old enough to To do things on my own in his name we rule the to go do stuff in the park in the in the grandparents just kind of took it easy you know and but riding spaceship birth. That first time. I was hooked. You know and and it's it's been like. I mean a years back at one of the pixie conferences. We had a really long really long event where we were talking discussing. Roundtable talks and stuff like that. And and i had a had planned that day to go to epcot and when we finally were dismissed i went over to epcot and it was so busy i rode one right and it was spatial earth. That was the only rider rode. Talk about wasting your money on a ticket but it was. It was awesome. You know so. And that i mean it is what it it's my that's my that's my. Og goes you know. So so so. I mean we love it. Yep.
"dame judi dench" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris
"Is. leaves moravia. oh dear. i've been i've been thinking about. What can't you joke about. 'cause you go you go hard. I'm surprised. Ah you know. Occasionally i i recall how edgy you are in certain contexts like the golden globes stuff is just just murder. You're murdering people in the room and yeah but have you course corrected in recent years ago. I said it's the things i i have. I have a set of rules. And that's depending on the the forum as well know i wouldn't do kids. I talked about the things. I talk about live. You know in fact. I fade uncomfortable. Live if i'm doing something. I try and mike you know. Sixteen inova so Laxed i'm not. I'm not corrupting the youth. And i play by the rules of tv. The golden globes is a very good example. If you think about it that was network television. A of time five pm. That went out across america. And i didn't break any broadcasts roles so it couldn't have been that bad. How could you get away with dame judi dench licking her. I forget the riot. were delays. Okay that's really interesting one. So what happens. Is i think usually i was told by the production team in the golden globes. They like me doing it. Because armies the turn up with a scrapper pipe with twenty jokes on it. I said usually present as have like a team of twenty writers for like six weeks before and after the they're worried about it and they keep changing things happening. I'll turn up and go on doing these things all right but what you have to do is the day before it has to be lowered and What do you call it. Winco it taste and decency you call it something else standard practice. Yes exactly what that usually means is that you can't do gross things that people might find offensive language liable off with a with anyone any way. I think i can work around the language standard. If you can't impose probably something missing. We'll talk about that as well. I wanna wanna address the people the site anyone can get laughs wearing. I wanna go right okay. On our tickets. Go out. Go out on wednesday rain. Swear see how funny is might unusually. I've done it when there's one person one lawyer just looks down goes. Yeah that's right that's.
Cats Hits the Big Screen
"Following decades of false starts the hit musical cats finally reaches the big screen originally based on a poetry collection by TS Eliot a group of felines must make a one to your decision as to which one of them gets a chance to be reincarnated into a new life is one of the same group James cordon Dame Judi Dench chastened Rouleau interests alpha Jennifer Hudson Taylor swift Indian Magellan