18 Burst results for "Dan Amora"
"dan amora" Discussed on Movie Crush
"She's wonderful. Julia louis dreyfuss for veep natasha leone russian doll catherine o'hara shits creek and phoebe waller abridge for fleabag. That may be the toughest one. That's really haven't they already given julia louis <hes> emmy several emmys for for that show. She's won emmys for everything you gotta wonder like for a finale like that like is there does that does that enter into anyone's voting choices sometimes yeah but also like you know. You can't ignore phoebe waller bridge if she was so good on that show because i mean like the season finale of game of thrones was pretty universally panned by fans and critics alike and it's interesting that it got some i mean obviously i would never question at getting technical award but for like writing and acting even well. I don't think it did really well. We'll see okay. <hes> lead actor turn limited series or movie. I'm herschel. <hes> ali intrude detective storm at sea now. He was fat fabulous as several ages of himself. I really good job. Sometimes that seems so cheesy and phone dan and he really owned it. He plays three different areas of his character. I got to see it man. Benicio toro escaped from dan amora hugh grant a very english scandal hugh grant <hes> jared harris international <hes> giral jerome in when they see c._b._s. And sam rockwell fosse verdon and let me see here lead actress in a limited series or movie amy adams sharp objects great patricia shaukat escape at dan amora and seen it <hes> under new ellis when they see us joey king act <hes>. I did not see that and i don't i think i can that looks really brutal. What an amazing name for a for a woman actor joey ingenue. Oh sure that's what the the new in the in the film you know it was born to do what she does is like it <hes> then a couple more here an icy nash in when they see us or niece nash d._c. Michelle williams fossey burden. That's her and sam rockwell about bob fosse and yeah whoever verdon is it was his wife's wife got..
"dan amora" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Weeks. Series is patricia arquette. She's nominated for two emmys for her performances into limited series showtimes escape it down to mora and who lose the act. She won an oscar for her performance formats in two thousand fourteen film boyhood. Our cat already won a screen actors guild award for her performance in escape it dan amora which is based on the true story of a prison escape. She plays joyce tillie mitchell who helped to murderers escape from prison. They got her to help them by pretending they each loved her and wanted to be with her. After they escape as the story is portrayed in the film both of the prisoners have sex with her <hes> and makes her feel sexy and desirable full to have sex with them and she does favors for them including eventually getting some of the tools that they need to escape she was even supposed to drive the getaway car but she had a panic attack at the last minute and failed to show up. I wanna play a clip from the very end of the series when when she's in jail your characters in jail on the day before her trial shoes with a guard and she asks him if it's okay if you read the statement that she's written to read the judge so here's guess patricia arquette. Would you favor. Would you listen to this and tell me what you you think about it for when to give my statement to the judge please allow me to start by seeing how much remorse for everything that's happened with my part in mountain sweats escape paying fifty one years old. This is by far the worst mistake i've ever made my life. I not only let myself down but may family. I love of them more than like fit self urine. None of this was ever my intention not a bad person. <hes> i realize need to be responsible for my actions but i am hoping you will have mercy on your honor. You wear sieve. I have to sound apologetic. Sh two sets down apology to you worth.
"dan amora" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I forgot to ask you one question. Which is don't you think that donald trump is doing blue steel all the time with his weird like personal and he said you know he said you know he's obsessed with that movie. He was in the movie which i had forgotten and then just as he got on the elevator he said and yes he is doing blue steel so that you will not hear that in the interview but that was maybe my favorite part but anyway the rest of it was pretty good too. Let's take a listen to it now well. I'm thrilled to be here in the studio with ben stiller the director of escape it dan amora are which has twelve emmy nominations. Am i right about this to be count. I believe so yes. I love the show. Patricia arquette has ernie won the sag awards the golden in globe for her role. You have already won the d._j. Award for your directing so congratulations already. Thank you thank you yeah. It's been a really great experience is doing it and having people enjoy watching it and you know. That's always nice and you've done t._v. Over the years you want an emmy in nineteen one thousand nine hundred ninety three. I believe for writing <hes> the ben stiller show. It's been a long time and also i don't want to it's so interesting looking. Get your i._m._d._b. Page which is incredibly impressive in many things but there's also some amazing. I am sure well you were on kate and allie you around miami vice so oh so yeah. It's a return to a very different kind of t._v. Is that is that fair to say from from those days yeah definitely i mean those are all great experiences uh-huh starting out and <hes> i mean really actually i do have great memories of those jobs because it was so exciting to to get a job and to have a chance to being you know miami vice i at one scene but it was you know like the biggest show on t._v..
"dan amora" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Unbelievable. And then if you think the governor is just trying to help out just know this the second. This thing happened his office put up a big YouTube video of governor superman a rescue, and then at another platform, a whole bunch of pictures of governor and action. He travels around with his own private photography staff and videography staff. So. I think you you said it perfectly. It's not that he's really trying to help. He's insulting the people whose job it is to do these things. Stay trip was are more than capable of pulling over a truck and issuing it ticket and telling them, you know, there's a ban. You can't be driving here. They're more than capable of doing that job and doing it. Well, you don't need the governor to do it for you. And if I were at your wherever pretty offended me too. And it's just like up there. Crawling around the bowels, Dan Amora, he's slowing down the search for the mates because he showboating again. So either if you think that he's just trying to help your either a political hack who has vested interest in Andrew Cuomo or you're very naive or one person has been focusing on her face yet exhibit eight though, the fact that they immediately put all the pictures of him to the rescue. Yeah. There's one hater here. I love this that you know, I said governor, please stop it's embarrassment. And she she's saying that you people and your nasty comments may you rot in hell? That's a little bit nasty. And she's there's another one the same woman who comes out of there who says what did you do you on the other hand and your ilk? I don't know what that means. Maybe she just hates the radio station because we have conservative talk. She's actually attacking everyone posted on that thread, you have nothing. Good to say nor kudos for the hands on governor. Listen to this can't say anything. Nice then shut the blank up. You say not as I do. She's actually it wasn't directed at you radio station. It was directed at the the the seventy five other people who were posting on that threat. She's the one person you had anything God anything positive to say or trying to spin it in some way any way positive. It's nothing. Good at all. I just love it. She's criticizing people for making nasty comments. Then wants them to rot in hell. So that that whole the threat is on the the WGN Facebook page, and if you wanna see governor superman, we have posted his brave brave. Brave exploits on western New York yesterday in the video. Dan, the pictures, you'll be inspired. I'm sure tell the kids about it. The state troopers that are assigned is detail those poor guys and went men and women, and you know, what in these circles, I haven't heard from the state police specifically the people who work around this guy. Don't have many good things to say about that is a fact that's not me just throwing stuff out there. Anyway, Chung Kelly blog at WGN accommodate thirteen. Three one.
"dan amora" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Did you mean to skip over the escape more? Yeah. I watched the first episode of escape, Dan Amora, which Peter's talked about a bunch, and I just haven't I don't have much to say about it. Because of only seen the first episode, but the music in that show already seems like really I mean, like, I think Dave Chen who hosts the slash podcast was talking about how the the music budget must have been completely out of control and not just sort of. Yeah, I'm interested to dive into it a little bit further. But I was very impressed with the the songs that they were able to get an how expensive that must have been. And they also use a really deep cut song called from the beginning from Emerson lake and Palmer that my dad the listen to all the time, and I listened to growing up, and I've never heard it used in any piece of media ever. So I was like completely taken aback that they use this super Tepe cut song. So. Yeah. Anyway, that's a scapegoat anymore. That's on Showtime right now. Yeah. One of the lead characters blast like a pop station with pop songs. In the one of the work area. So you get a lot of that kind of stuff, which is great Chris aside from the to fire documentaries. What have you been watching? I watched the film it's on VOD this weekend. And it's in a few theaters. It's called the standoff at Sparrow creek. And it is very good. It's a low budget. Indie film at it shows. You exactly like how how to do so much with so little it's it's it's almost entirely set one location. It followed the house this militia there there are right wing militia. And they find out there was a shooting at a cop funeral and one of their guns in in their armory is missing. So they think one of them did shooting, and obviously that's going to draw heat on them. So they're basically trying to figure out which one of them did the deed, it's sort of like Reservoir Dogs where you know, there's one person who's a traitor and all that is up, but it's not really. Like that at all end. This was incredible. It's it's so tense, and so well made and you know, I can't imagine the budget on this was high at all. But it looks phenomenal. Like, it makes this one location to so cinematic with just you by using shadows. And a certain angles. I was really impressed with it. Like, this is probably better than eighty five percent of big budget movies that will come out this year where can people watch this? It's available via dearness you can probably rent it on day on itunes or very pipelines. Awesome fest last year we're talking about last year during the during the up. So the show the second Chris this movie is fantastic. And while not up a one to one reservoirs comparison in my right up movie, edited compare it to the energy I felt Washington movie was comparable to when I first watched Reservoir Dogs. Exact kind of like that kind of indie and. The director was named pulling up right now Henry Dunham if this is his first feature than holy shit. His second movie is going to be like, I can't wait. He's clearly someone keep an eye on very cool. Let's move onto H T H T. You finally saw if you'll street could talk finally Faulk, you'll she could talk long after I finalized, my top ten twenty eighteen which I hugely just regret because it feels she could talk would have totally made my top ten. This is such a lush lyrical film by Barry Jenkins. And I was just a wash in all like the colors in the vibrancy of this film. I absolutely adored it. I haven't read the James Baldwin book upon which is which this is based. But I hear that the book focuses more on the the crime aspects and the sort of the club the corrupt. Criminal institutions through which the main character Nate. Yes. Funny gets imprisoned falsely imprisoned, and I I'm really loud that Barry Jenkins decided to go sort of different route he decided to focus more on the characters and the romance. And I think that that really is where like who could talk like has its strength because it's such a sublime piece in the way that it just focuses on the faces of all the characters in here and Jenkins again brings out the best in his cast..
"dan amora" Discussed on X96
"And returned home probably tomorrow. He I didn't realize that. Ben Stiller directed that. Dan, more from Dan Amora TV of movie on HBO. I heard him talking about that the other day Louis C K. -nounce that he was doing a show in Albany, New York and sold it out very quickly. Last week. Of course, he was slammed for mocking parkland survivors at a Long Island gig. He's returning to the stage in Albany on. This your Thursday night. So I don't know. The last things last night or if it's next week the shows downst- last minute Thursday morning. Would you go? Yeah. Out of out of curiosity out of. Yup. But it sold out quick. Because I I wonder if that's what it is. I wonder if it's if it's not so much people that the fans of his. Both people curious to see what will happen and probably some people who like him. Parts of the highly anticipated sopranos prequel movie, the many saints of Newark, it's called is going to look familiar to fans of the original show page sixes learned that the New Jersey halston ice cream parlor and eatery the location of the final scene of the sopranos series. Finale right, there will appear in David Chase's forthcoming film with its wood paneling. Yeah. That's where that was the final scene of the sopranos westward occurred. The restaurant. How's the scene where James Gandolfini, Tony soprano and his family or eating in rings before? Just cut to black. And we don't really know exactly.
"dan amora" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"So much so many shows that otherwise would not have picked up I may have been aware of them, and they have not started. And now I'm gonna go back and start watching some of these I'm I'm really curious about escaped from escape. Ed, Dan Amora, which is the Ben Stiller directed miniseries that one that's about our escaped from a maximum security prison in twenty fifteen based on a true story. Yeah. And partition our cat is in this and Benicio del Toro is impulse dano. And it just sounds really interesting. Also, a thing where the real life people that it's based on have argued with the characterization of themselves, but they're less credible than the green book ones because their murderers guy saw bohemian rhapsody. They the film that one was like shepherded by Brian May and the surviving members of Queen. They look really good. Good and the film. No kid, and it's not the first Margaret doesn't look good in the film. But it's not like the timelines on exactly work out. It's definitely more of a painting interpretation impressionist painting of his life than a than a photograph. All right moving on films. Twenty nineteen two out of three people in this room have tickets already for captain marvel. I didn't know they were on sale. They're on sale. Jeremy? Are still available. I believe it's the marvel movie event of the month, the first three months of this year, captain marvel along.
"dan amora" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So life imprisonment, and the the really it's absolutely horrible that he shot this deputy sheriff the fact that after shooting him thirteen times, and he gets then the killer gets in a car and runs him over. That's just twisted. I mean, that's just sadistic and twisted. And here you were talking to him. So how much of that? Did you keep in your mind? How much of it? Did you try to block out while you were talking to him and trying to get as much information and insight from him as you could? You know, what to me? That's what the interesting thing is about incarceration, and kind of this story that we're telling how people act in life, and they can do a horrible thing and then life goes on. And then then they act normally or they are not. You know, they don't act like a monster. Which is why these guys were on the honor block. They were Matt and sweat both committed really really horrific crimes were at totally good behavior in prison the whole time. That's why they were giving these privileges. So it's that strange thing of trying to reconcile somebody who's done something really bad, and yet you're sitting across from them, and and they're acting normally they're being nice. So I think that's just human nature that you don't kind of go to that. Unless the crime has been somehow affected you in an and this is just being being honest affected you in in a personal way, you're gonna have that feeling, but if you don't know this person, and they're just across from you, and they're acting normally and they're trying to, you know, be cooperative. It wasn't. It wasn't in the forefront of my mind. But it was obviously the reality of what had happened. And that's what's so disturbing in a way. I think. So do you know what I mean? Like, it's a strange thing where it was. I if I'm just being totally honest. It was easy for me in the moment with him to let that go as I was asking him. Details of the escape. I'm not saying that's a good thing. You know? It's not something. I'm proud of. But the reality was that since I didn't have as per. And then as I, you know, so as I learn more about what he had actually did a done. And actually when we filmed it when we filmed the scene to to have a small feeling of what that reality was a what happened, you know, it actually, you know, affected me much more. And then as the reality of the show came came on the air, and the fact that the officers relatives were gonna see this, you know, all of that rotted much more home to me. And I just say that in that it's trying to like illustrate that. I think it's easy sometimes for human beings to disconnect. And and I think I was probably a little guilty about when I was sitting across from him. My guest is Ben Stiller. He directed the seven part Showtime series escaped from Dan Amora after we take a short break. We'll talk about shit shooting some scenes in the prison from which the two inmates escaped and Stiller. We'll talk about playing Michael Cohen on Saturday Night Live. I'm Terry gross. And this is.
"dan amora" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"News from all things considered and WNYC. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is Ben Stiller he doesn't act in his latest production. He directed the Showtime seven part series escape at Dan Amora, which is based on the true story of two prisoners who escaped from a maximum security prison in upstate New York in twenty fifteen and if if you miss the series when it was shown on Showtime it still on on demand on Showtime. So you you can still see it and this week Patricia Arquette won a Golden Globe for her performance in the series. So we have to talk about my playing Michael Cohen on Saturday Night Live. So let's start with a clip. And so this is from December first and President Trump is feeling lonely at the g twenty summit in Argentina. So he calls Michael Cohen immoral on the phone, of course, he wants to talk about what he wants advice about how to handle the Muller pro. So here's. Alec Baldwin as Trump and my guest, Ben Stiller as Michael Cohen loan again. No one understands me can I call someone will always answer. Yes, alone. Michael, Cohen speaking..
"dan amora" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"And I don't get to talk directly to my fans it so I'm just going to come down and just face to face meet some fans, and hey, you buddy. Hey, how'd you like an autograph from the rock, and I go excuse me. I'm reading my news paper. That's good, and that's newspaper, man. He could be in a lot of other stuff. Yep. We write that down newspaper paper man, okay newspaper, man. Do's paper paper, man. That's good. So that's really good. So. So that's two birds one stone because that's the that's the rock, and it's newspaper, man. And and that was mean, not just casually talking going like, hey, how's your summer earlier you going to remove your show? Or like, hey, settle something between me, and and and Kyle like that's something. They might do like you're coming out, and you're being the rock near gone like a can't wait. And this is my dream to host has an and I go the rock, can you Dwayne can you settle a bet between me and Kyle can you bench press a bus. Guys, guys, guys. I'm in the middle of trying to host well, hold on the Roma says that you can. And I say that no way you can actually bench press two buses guys. I'm very strong. I don't know if I bench press us come on Dwayne. And that might be something that we would do. Okay. So now, we're through the monologue. Yeah. It's time for sketch. I'm going to have to showcase some characters. Sure. Okay. I guess what? I wanna do. Okay. Let's start out. I we gotta do celebrities. Usually they want like three celebrities and three original characters. Okay. So the first liberty. I'm going to do is Lyle from the show escape it. Dan amora? Did you watch escape it? Dan, Amora interesting now, I've never heard of it. Okay, escape it. Dan, immoral was at star beneath they'll Toro, Paul dano, Patricia Arquette, and this discovery this man who played Patricia Arquette's husband Lyle. Yeah. But your cat in Lyle work together at a prison. She her character Tilley is having an affair with some of the inmates there and allow wants to a, you know, gets caught up in this scheme to help them escape. True story happened in upstate New York. So this is Lyle from escape, Dan, more the Showtime limited series. Higher. I was thinking we could eat at king's walk tonight. Kelly kings walk Kelly. Kings want? Why are you thinking Chinese kings walk? So that is Lyle from his give it anymore. I think Benicio del Toro. No, no, no, no. But I will do beneath sale del Toro from usual suspects. Now, his character's name was fence day. Febru-? L? That's that's but he's a Torah unusual aspects of film from nineteen Ninety-six. Okay. I saw that one good. I already did some senators. Okay. Here's an idea. I had. So obviously, they don't need me to do Trump now because Baldwin does Trump. Yeah. But do they need me to do Baldwin doing Trump? Yeah. So sometimes these sketches can get a little bit meta. And what if we kind of get inside it, and I come in as Baldwin playing Trump in one of the SNL sketches. Now, they've been in a little bit of hot water because they've done some stuff that implies that Al that Donald Trump and flat. Amir Putin are having a sexual affair so funny. Kevin. I'm not gonna say that I agree or disagree. I'm just gonna say they've gotten in trouble for that. Okay. Okay. We want to stay away from that got it. What? We still got ply. You know, what I mean like we don't want to do anything explicit. We want to do something that walks the line where if someone does post a comment on Twitter that says like SNL, can you please stop the sort of homophobic? Yeah. Stuff where your way to kind of insult Trump and Putin is that they are gay together. And then. We want it to be in a spot where someone can come and underneath. What do you even seeing you're bringing that to it? Sure. They just were shirtless coming out of a bedroom together with their arms around each other. You know what I mean? And then it's like, okay. Well, I guess technically they didn't ever say. So this is going to be Baldwin doing Trump talking to Putin..
"dan amora" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Could've gone numerous different ways. So chain a degree and we actually found out through the investigation that she has a high school diploma. That just leads to our investigation and try to figure out what exactly her motive was for attending school. Now, there's actually a law, and I didn't realize this. But there's actually a law that says the school districts have to enroll someone immediately if they say they are homeless and then catch up on all the paperwork later, and this is what happened in this case. Well, they don't have to enroll a homeless thirty two year old not thirty two year old. But when she said, she's fifteen right? Does she look half her age? You know, I've seen the mugshot and. It's really hard to say whether or not really passes fifteen or not. What her motivation is? I mean. Planos? Let's see really homeless. No one really knows at this point. It's it's it's a very strange story. There's there's more questions than anything else. And you know, she is facing charges. But now given the chance would you go back in time and relive your high school years? Maybe there might be some things I would do differently. I look back at that time. I listen to you. But I know people who've had a really lousy experience in high school. They're like I would never ever two million years. Want to go back there? I am fortunate, and I had a really great college or high school experience in so, sir. I would love to go back. Whatever you have a redo. I mean, that's that's that's not. That's what she was trying to do. I don't know what she was thinking. But that'd be kind of fun. It might be. Yeah. Also yesterday came out that David sweat is being moved again. Now, he is one of the two inmates to escape from Dan Amora, obviously, the one who has not shot and killed by police. He has been moved a couple of times. Now, the reason for that is because he gets a little comfortable. They want to prevent him from forming the relationships with the prison staff that he was able to form over time with Joyce Mitchell, and Richard Matt, and they feel that he's in one place for too long. He so smart, he'll get an idea for how the places laid out complaining, another escape can also convince people he's very I guess, he's a very likable guys like or you can get a sweet talk his way into people's good graces, if unless I'm mistaken, I believe that one of the places where he was incarcerated after the escape. He actually didn't. He. Actually, go to the warden and say, I've kinda figured this place out can let's work together. Because I'll tell you what I know. And they responded by moving him. So we'll why wouldn't you? Like hackers point out security flaws. You know in in. But they break the law to do it. So he was saying, hey, listen. I was I'm able to figure out some security flaws here, you might want to tighten things up before other inmates are able to escape and they were like, okay, thanks for the information. Now, we're going to move you. Because he obviously he's a flight risk if he knows the way out then you know, why? You know, what this guy getting too comfortable? Also, the government shutdown continues for what is the state of fourteen and the ripple effect is starting to be felt so the different agencies are reporting. Now, you know, they've got some issues where things you don't even think of that people are trying to get married. Some of these agencies are close they were they're not able to get married straddling. But yeah, I mean, seriously even planning a wedding for two years, and you can't get your marriage license, then that's a problem. I know a lot of them on the county level, but some like in DC they've been having determine people away 'cause they're close. They're having issues with that. So we'll talk to our national correspondent Michael Bauer. Coming up at six o five Chuck in Kelly with three separate eight ten and one of three WTY. The.
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"Said lights out now. Critics are raving about escape it. Dan, Amora the show chronicling the infamous twenty fifteen prison break in upstate New York. That's already up for two Golden Globes, including best actress for Tricia, our cats dramatic transformation into prison worker. Joyce Mitchell and into anything wrong, but the real life. Joyce Mitchell is fighting back at the Showtime series calling director Ben Stiller Aligarh Mitchell, pleaded guilty to helping convicted killer, David sweat, and Richard Matt escape and was sentenced to seven years, please allow me to start. Sorry Mitchell claimed the end makes threatened to kill her husband. If she didn't help them admitting. She smuggled into inside hamburger meat, including hacksaw blades, chisels a punch and a screwdriver that Matt and sweat and used to cut their way through their cell walls. But in the series, then fifty one year old is portrayed as more of a willing co conspirator drawing Mitchell's, I are in a new interview with the New York Post in which she slam Stiller saying he doesn't care about the truth. All he cares about is making millions off me. He's an idiot. Mitchell takes particular exception to how the hit series depicts her having a sexual relationship with both inmates something she and sweat both denied, but Stiller is fighting back defending the series telling deadline. My guideline was to try and tell what I thought happened. She can dispute it, but the reality is she was kicked out of the tailor shop for inappropriate conduct for going in the back room with David sweat. The director told variety how he personally convinced New York governor, Andrew. Cuomo to grant permission to film at the Clinton correctional facility where the events took place, even filming at the actual manhole cover the inmates daringly escape through escape it down and was a real commitment for Ben Stiller as a director he devoted about a year of his life to filming the project in evidently in any of these true life true crime stories, they're going to be people that come and say, no, no, no, that's that's not my version of events. Ciller also said he was trying to tell the story as real and hopefully as entertaining as possible without exploiting, adding it can't be fun to be in prison. So seems like no love lost between those two ABC's. Janai Norman with the story. Some people are calling this next story Christmas day miracle a nine one one dispatcher helped save the life of a one year old child in Florida. The frantic call came in on Christmas day, a one year old had fallen in a pool in central Florida and had no pulse. A neighbor trying to perform CPR. Pump. And he doesn't know. Okay. Just tell him. I need him to lay him fight on his help is on the way. But the Orange County Fire rescue dispatcher waste new time. She starts instructing them on CPR over the phone. I need him to place his hand on his forehead the other hand under the neck and tilt the head back. Forehead and Nathan neck back. Closed and completely covering his mouth with your mouth and blow to. Into the lung moments later, gargling gurgling. Okay. But the boy wasn't in the clear
"dan amora" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Program on Wednesday living color in their American television. They win their kids USA television, much better. Too many of those shows. So who who remembers the escape New York? These scabies, Matt. Monica Rix, and I were talking about this yesterday because we have a we have a pair of desperadoes on the run right here in California says they're not together way less of a story. Others still out there. Yeah. That's true. We don't know they might get together. But in two thousand fifteen from the Dan Amora prison in eastern in upstate New York. Two guys got away. And I gotta say this is what I am so pumped about watching. I am. But there is a show time. I guess a five part drama that's on right now called escape of escape at Dan Amora, and Benicio del Toro is there was an older guy any younger guy and the younger guy. Wound up actually. Turning himself in. He got tired of living in the woods for because it went on for like three weeks. Yeah. Right. I mean, I set up a parody Twitter feed. Yeah. I called Matt and sweat. It was a hoot. And it was the entire premise of. It was what if you went to jail in nineteen Ninety-six, and then you got out in twenty fifteen and you're encountering. Iphone? That. And so that's that's what I don't use anymore. And so then the younger guy, I forgot who who was whom the younger guy turned himself in. But you know, they broke into cabins. And then they were known to be armed David sweat was younger. He was thirty four. Yeah. And the altered Matt was forty eight and he he's the one that Benicio del Toro's playing anything that guys in is gold. He and even the Heineken commercials. Yeah. I rewind the Heineken commercials, go hunting lots and in other words, he's laughing at the beer. They're just they're good. So he yeah, he plays the older guy. And that's the guy that sucked on a shotgun for his exit strategy and at the end he took himself out. But so so anyway that is on showed. I don't have Showtime every everything else. I love love me the net. Flicks the Amazon and the unique content. There's terrific, you know, the whole whole schmeer. But I saw this and LA times TV reviewer just couldn't gush about this enough. Wow. 'cause remember there was a whole bunch of layers to it. They were they were both having an affair with that woman. And that's Rosanna Arquette plays. The woman the prison guard, right? Yeah. Yeah. And so she Roseanne arquett plays her. She's got frumpy hair glasses and all that. And then these two Lothar areas, they sweet talked her into helping them helping them escape. And she was married to another guy the prison. I want to say or something like that. But it it was absolutely low hanging fruit for a great drama, and apparently Showtime has done this five episodes. And this is what USA today said for five episodes viewers of Showtime's escape identify. We're left to wonder how inmates they would sweat and Richard Matt. Who would wound up behind bars in the first place that chain Sunday when the show six and penultimate episode graphically recounted sweats, brutal two thousand to murder a broom county sheriff deputy Kevin tarsha because that was kind of the thing is that as people were kind of romanticizing and following. You know, the these guys escape what was lost on a lot of people like that a whole that did the parody Twitter feed is why these guys were imprisoned in the first place, they were bad guys. And turns out that's what prison for. But so anyway, it's on Showtime, and it's supposed to be just phenomenal. And it's it's brand new, but I'm going to get Showtime just for that. Oh, don't they do free previews around the holidays, though? Available. Then you gotta remember to cancel the seven days. So so I don't know. I'll I'll I'll check that out because but I've heard nothing but great stuff about it. I also think Hulu does pre previews of Showtime as well. But again, remember to cancel. Yeah. And I think they're really they're not doing the total dump are they're not doing the drop them all all all at one time and Guillermo del Toro, no relation to Benicio del Toro the guy who did sin city. Yes. And Pacific rim shape of water shape. Sock lemon water sex. But he. But he. He also movie he did did he do Pacific rim. Hundred raider underrated great movie. So anyway, he just he just dropped a new series on on Amazon a kids in animation thing, and it looks really really good. But so look for while gear Modell Toro on Amazon. And then here's the left thing. I'm watching. There was a great show. Great great great documentary called Deutschland Eighty-three, it's in German sorry. But it's it is a great recreation of the early eighties. And it's the story about a sort of an accidental an east German border guard who is told that he's going to move to west Germany and live as a west German as I'm spy for Germany and the first season was terrific. The second season is out right now it's on Sunday. But I have to wait till they repeat it they missed the first three episodes. But it's a really really really if it's a blast from the past right out of the Cold War Deutschland Eighty-three and the second season. It's called Deutschland Eighty-three. I'm sorry. Deutschland eighty six I believe. I'm not sure I don't know what I'm talking about. I'd play with clip, but it's in German. So there is that even even the Americans the guy the guy is a mole. He's he's his identity is he's a west German army officer, and he interacts with Americans all the time in the series, the Americans all speak German, which actually pretty accurate, but so anyway, there there we go. My my also I've discovered this tackle football, which is a lot of fun. And the two of the local collectives are going to be in these playoffs. Joe anything for the goodly order. I'm mostly just catching up on things. I'm not so hot on the current media. But let's see what am I got going on? And it's not even TV shows or Syria so much a busters, scrubs bounded BUSTER Scruggs. I was checking. Oh, yeah. What do you think of that about a court more than a third way through and I'm seriously losing interest at this? You know, and I don't know Blake have you seen Balata bus Scruggs and even Herbert Monica. Nope. Okay. Okay here. Tim Blake Nelson is brilliant. He's hilarious. You know? He's he was the short guy from oh, brother where great great Hillary's guy. He is he the first episode of this Cohen brothers. I love the Coen brothers everything they've done. I love the Coen brothers. But they come out with this thing. Balata BUSTER Scruggs. It's a six part is six shorts about you'll west. I'm here to tell you the Timberlake Nelson. One is hilarious. You'll laugh out loud is it's it's. Indescribably violent. But that's part of the cartoon. It's kind of like what if old forties westerns actually showed the violence that was going on? And Tim Blake Nelson breaks into song after he kills a bar full of guys those first two I e shorts were the best ones with don't he wants the second one watch that as a twenty minute film, and then deleted, it is so funny you have to watch it. But the rest of that thing is watchable, but do watch the first twenty minutes of Balata bus describes maybe I'll get a little bit for. It's it is really funny. Monica Rix, anything standing out. You know, I watch a lot of TV, but nothing really stands out right now. Because a lot of my shows are on winter break out. That's true. Yeah. They don't start up again till like January February. So I'm out. Here's an unpaid endorsement for YouTube TV every every month every month. I fall in love with YouTube TV, even more. Yes. It's it's I I love that. Content or what you just it's so it's so clean. I don't watch in like the Armenian home and garden channel. But I'm getting paid for any of us do oh and another ending wrong with that. Right. Finish the Kamensky method on Netflix satellites amazingly well acted. Yeah. Exactly. That's my review. That's all. I can say well acted great cast. Yeah. That's my quotation Mark dot well acted. I don't know why they consider it a comedy. Really? Yeah. Wow. Why are you saving long time? Thank you. You're welcome. All right. We'll be back discipline. And it is the Gary and Shannon show. What you watch them Wednesday. I will play one clip from Balata BUSTER Scruggs when we come back branch filling in a KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Those fires. Workers data fire at an aluminum company in orange the fire started outside of quality aluminum forge on north Cyprus tree early this morning, while employees were working inside everyone escaped unharmed, and some employees say that fire may have started by a hydraulic line that broke and released oil that came in contact with something hot President Trump at first lady, Melania Trump of announced an unannounced trip to an airbase in Iraq. It's Trump's first time visiting American troops in a combat zone and police in Baltimore have contacted the fads after recovering a rocket launcher during a gun buyback program. The city paid five hundred bucks for the rocket launcher last week then called in the military and ATF to try to determine where the weapon came from. The Baltimore PD says it spent one hundred sixty three thousand dollars at to buy back events last week. They got nearly eleven hundred firearms off the streets whether traffic next. Live.
"dan amora" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Some Aleve. Imagine buying. Winning just by leave you open it. It's just open your perfect. Yeah. Give me three of them. Like, the fact that people are actually opening like, you know, tight shutting. Aw, have the worst. Hang here. Take some time. Everyone's holy like lawn. Ultimate you. We're gonna little insensitive, but eighty six minutes, I think there's a that. That's not too soon. What what are we gonna ask you this? I am gonna abouts around town to stock. We'll go visit some friends and. Maybe stop by Max's place, and you know, how kids and. Faulk? All of them, more depressing talk. Oh, I want to say we haven't talked about shows in a little while. I started. I think I'm through fourth episode this escape from Dan Amora. I don't know if you guys heard of this on Showtime. It's about the story a couple years back when two inmates crushing a lady who worked at the prison in like, she basically helped them escape upstate New York. But the show's phenomenal is Benicio del Toro's name ouray. Yes, that's Toro, and then I don't know the other actors name, but everyone would recognize face phenomenal. This is it's a show. I think it's six six episodes. But oh, okay. So and then it's over and it'll never keep going, correct? Yeah. I like those I like those type of shows chew story, obviously. And it's just like it's incredible. This woman's disgusting too. I mean, I guess when you're in prison. It doesn't matter what they look like. But a crazy story. She's twisted what she gets into how they figure it all out how they decide to escape. I highly recommend it to everyone. Have they found? They found the people. I actually you know, what I'm sure they've been found. I don't even I just remember the story. Breaking that like these two guys scape? And they were banging I remember when the story broke. Yeah. But I don't know assume in their other debt, could you imagine like somehow mustering kill from one of the guards. Like you out wheels. You're like a last year expecting to get the shit beat out of me by these guys next thing, you know, your tap and one of them, I know guys couldn't get laid in a female prison. And this guy's getting laid by female in a men's person. That's is smooth wheels. Right there. Ben Stiller either directed or produced it he had he had some real he director. Yeah director. Yeah. That's on Showtime, correct wits. Yes. So yeah. What Stein everybody escape from Dan Amora? They upstate New York prison story said the guy was knuckling one of the prison. Help the help. She helped him escape. It's a pretty wild story in like everything gets turned into a TV show movie. One thing I'd recommend I recommend a while back. It was actually on HBO the summertime it's called succession. It's it's a sensibly a drama, but it it's more. Like, I said before it's like a dot com. Like a black comedy about a family whose father is about a probably pass away soon. He's a big media matriarch patriarch in families all kind of jostling for position. This gets the mu-. Greta great cast writing get on that. If you haven't seen it yet succession, it's on HBO on demand, easy to find definitely highly recommend that saw that that pretty much wraps up. Today's episode. Listen everybody, we can't thank everyone enough out there listens. All all the support. You guys give us. It's the end of the year another success for yet with chick. Let's we wanna wish everybody a merry Christmas. Happy Hanukkah.
"dan amora" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"If you're out there listening when want to go back and listen to because things got out of control that guy who took a jello shots at the Amos. Was that was something I've never seen before. A lot of fun. Yeah. You know, just good times. 'cause the guy said, hey, I I wanna all take a Jila shots at the the other. The other guy was. In the medical profession, and he was a rubber gloves on me. So you're not backing down from this. And he put the rubber gloves on and that happened. Yep. You're welcome. So and so you are able to go to that. And I just could not make it tried my hardest. But there was a lot of where the jails that. Where's the J bills that all the time and then wear you? Well, you know you. Yeah. Coming just getting back into the rhythm of the nights. Yeah. Oh me. What did I do? I want. Yeah. Ching videos of kids like military surprising their kids. Yeah. I could just watch those. And I do, but I got into just for a second just to screen it to make sure that you would also be into it escape at Dan Amora with what you watched it or any. I watched one. You gotta I watched one you got to save these for me, you gave me a phone call. And you're like, hey, I think there's a series. We should start watching. Yeah. Never said, you watched one I need to screen it to make sure was good. Okay. Okay. I've done that with many things. And then I'll be like, hey, we should watch. This like it's something that you would go back and watch the first episode. We I one with you like it was like the baby was screaming in really kind of like scanning through sure, but I knew from from that much that I in wanted to like go on the journey escape at Dan Amora with daddy. Royal. Demonstra Benicio how much we're Benicio daddy royale. Yeah. Rammer? What is? So in Showtime, so I had really Showtime for the run of the show. Sorry. Yeah. Had to be done. It's weird Showtime HBO right now, there's just like camping Lena Dunham camping other than that. Fuck out saves America. Like switch it up. Man. They've got to have more variety. She. Yeah. Look losing dish certainly didn't help. They still haven't resolved that fucking deal now. So I don't know. What's I don't know? What's going to happen with them? They need more cool fucking shows. Danny McBride showed isn't starts on next year. And that's HBO. Okay. It is. The whole thing with it. It's like Patricia Arquette, unrecognizable, she's playing a fifty five year old woman. You know, Patricia Arquette. She's the blonde. Yeah. Okay. Gotcha. Gotcha. She's fifty she's a white lady. So all she had to do was not put on any makeup. Recognizable. What I mean? It's like she has. No, there's no prosthetic. There's no nothing. It's literally just you're not wearing makeup. You're not wearing makeup as a fifty year old blonde. White lady as I've just so brave. He's so brave and it was like we aged her to fifty five age sixty because she's a why lady and I mean, boom it was like a transformation anyway. But she so good is she really oh. She's one of those people that's at the bottom of my Twitter feed. So I see all her tweets star hatred for the president all day long. Definitely separate though as so canoe, right? I can her shit from getting to the point where you're just like, and I can't stop because I've got a again because I've got that fucking blue checkmark, it is constant nonstop. So like the ones that I see the most my top five. Now, we're in the top five jet up out every hour, which would about the president listened Lonzo Debra messing. And then her Patricia Arquette, and I'm just like, I can't I can't do this anymore with you guys. So it's just fucking brutal all day long..
"dan amora" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"If you're out there listening when I want to go back and listen to because things got out of control that guy who took a jello shots at the Amos. Was that was something I've never seen before. A lot of fun. Yeah. You know, just good times. 'cause the guy said, hey, I I wanna all take a Jila shots at the the other. The other guy was. In the medical profession, and he was a rubber gloves on me. So you're not backing down from this. And he put the rubber gloves on and that happened. Yep. You're welcome. So and so you are able to go to that. And I just could not make it tried my hardest. But there was a lot of where the jails that. Where's the J bills that all the time and then wear you? Well, you know you. Yeah. Coming just getting back into the rhythm of the nights. Yeah. Oh me. What did I do? I want. Yeah. Ching videos of kids like military surprising their kids. Yeah. I could just watch those. And I do, but I got into just for a second just to screen it to make sure that you would also be into it escape at Dan Amora with what you watched it or any. I watched one. You gotta I watched one you got to save these for me, you gave me a phone call. And you're like, hey, I think there's a series. We should start watching. Yeah. Never said, you watched one I need to screen it to make sure was good. Okay. Okay. I've done that with many things. And then I'll be like, hey, we should watch. This like it's something that you would go back and watch the first episode. We I one with you like it was like the baby was screaming in really kind of like scanning through sure, but I knew from from that much that I in wanted to like go on the journey escape at Dan Amora with daddy. Royal. Demonstra Benicio how much we're Benicio daddy royale. Yeah. Rammer? What is? So in Showtime, so I had really Showtime for the run of the show. Sorry. Yeah. Had to be done. It's weird Showtime HBO right now, there's just like camping Lena Dunham camping other than that. Fuck out saves America. Like switch it up. Man. They've got to have more variety. She. Yeah. Look losing dish certainly didn't help. They still haven't resolved that fucking deal now. So I don't know. What's I don't know? What's going to happen with them? They need more cool fucking shows. Danny McBride showed isn't starts on next year. And that's HBO. Okay. It is. The whole thing with it. It's like Patricia Arquette, unrecognizable, she's playing a fifty five year old woman. You know, Patricia Arquette. She's the blonde. Yeah. Okay. Gotcha. Gotcha. She's fifty she's a white lady. So all she had to do was not put on any makeup. Recognizable. What I mean? It's like she has. No, there's no prosthetic. There's no nothing. It's literally just you're not wearing makeup. You're not wearing makeup as a fifty year old blonde. White lady as I've just so brave. He's so brave and it was like we aged her to fifty five age sixty because she's a why lady and I mean, boom it was like a transformation anyway. But she so good is she really oh. She's one of those people that's at the bottom of my Twitter feed. So I see all her tweets star hatred for the president all day long. Definitely separate though as so canoe, right? I can her shit from getting to the point where you're just like, and I can't stop because I've got a again because I've got that fucking blue checkmark, it is constant nonstop. So like the ones that I see the most my top five. Now, we're in the top five jet up out every hour, which would about the president listened Lonzo Debra messing. And then her Patricia Arquette, and I'm just like, I can't I can't do this anymore with you guys. So it's just fucking brutal all day long..
"dan amora" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"This one Carl said he quote enjoyed most and details of his confession. Again, matched up with details. The new heaven police had on record, but it wouldn't be the murders that call was arrested for the night after the belt murder. Carl was caught robbing and office and Larchmont New York, and was sentenced to five years in prison after being free for half a decade, Robin, raping and killing as he pleased. We know, I think it's good. They arrested him. I'm just gonna throw that out there. Carl was sent to Clinton prison, aka. Dan Amora located in upstate New York, and Dan Amora was often called the Siberia of America. Essentially, the precursor to Alcatraz it was Alcatraz before there was Alcatraz. What made Dan Amora special was that since it was so isolated, the town in which the prison was located was almost completely populated by people who either worked at or had worked at the prison. This maiden prison, guard life, a kind of tradition which was passed down from father to son. It was an almost try ballistic life with its own value systems. All of which were centered around the punishment of the inmate call, began of predictable run of prison. May him followed by an escape attempt, but unlike the others, this one would not only be unsuccessful, but would be disastrous for PAN's Rams health. When they said one of the most interesting things about Dan Amora is that it had thirty foot walls, pans ram somehow without the guard, seeing him built an entire. Fire ladder, meat out of gardening equipment. This is how clever he was. So Carl tried scaling the wall using his homemade ladder. But of course it broke Carl fell thirty feet down to a concrete slab, breaking both his ankles, both his legs racketeering his spine, and in his words, rupturing himself not good. He was caught trying to sodomize another prisoner in their hospital bed and was thrown back into a cell where he would stay for another three years. Waiting out his sentence to maniac. He wrote my whole mind was bent on figuring out different ways to annoy and punish my enemies. And everybody was my enemy in an extensive letter to lessen this is talking about how much pans ram thought about murder Panzer and wrote about the plans for mass murderer. He concocted in Dan Amora while he was sitting there waiting for his bones to knit back together plans. He very. Very well could have carried out had he not been so devastatingly injured from the fall. Now, remember this, this is eight months of solitary. They put him in alone. His legs do not work. He is his spine is all fucked up. He's laying in a cut staring at the ceiling thinking of terrorist acts as nuts. This man is very patient lot of time to think not a lot of options either. No..
"dan amora" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"One has all the, answers and it was great to hear from the. Mayor suddenly say we don't need outside is the various police officials we don't need outside They don't. Mind taking money from Washington they don't mind getting state police come in and patrol the, streets so what are they. Talking, about, he's not wrong there although I have no problem with the police fired from outside the city, no I think their preference would have been to. Hire someone from within They would've they would've hired Bob Sears. If he had moved to the? City they didn't want, to so they were not opposed hiring someone from there from within their. Own, ranks but I don't think there was a a viable candidate there They make, no mistake about law enforcement. They they find little guardian angels in most cases to. Be more of a, nuisance than a help I was interested I saw there's there's this guy I don't know this guy, from the times union Steve. Hughes he's on his Twitter feed he says he covers breaking news for the. Times union I recognize the. Name but but then I don't. Know if he's. A commentator reporter because he, regarding sleep what he said stop giving this dude attention if he's interested in helping you just. Help sounds like a commentator than reported, is there a line. Anymore there isn't a lot of reporters we'll take Twitter I'm talking about news. Reporters both times union and also on the local news channel nations they'll take to twitter and voice their opinions i don't like a little old school that way but what i found interesting about that tweet though was craig apple the albany county sheriff liked that tweet so clearly law enforcement they'd rather leave guardian angels stay away at least in most areas i would think in schenectady they're looking at adding chapter there reached out to him and said hey listen even though we don't have an increase in crime like albany's dealing with right now we'd like to talk to you and what kathy c._n._n. the city leaders are overlooking is the fact that members of their community are the ones who reached out to the guardian angels in the first place he had about a dozen people reach out to him through facebook and say what can you help us with how can you help us deal with this problem and meanwhile they're still dropping like flies in the citizens guardian angels have been here they've got two more murders they just got off on the wrong foot in albany because he he stormed there without you know seeing them first and then he was kind of saying hey let's talk this through this basically slammed the front door city hall and said i don't see i'm usually Even. If you're angry I feel. Like it's good to have a conversation with somebody either way so, I thought we'll see, if it, happens the last. I heard as of late last night, sleeve, oh still planning on showing up at three o'clock whether she'll even be at, city hall at. This point I. Do agree that. It's a little bit of grandstanding because she's made it clear I'm not going to. Work with you he's made it clear your people have asked me to. So just go train the people who need. To be trained set them loose to do what they, do, and go back to I get that so, at this point she's clearly not open to working with Cleared on I'll, say to his face I mean it's clear I mean sleep is. A good a. Very effective but shameless, self promoter there's no doubt about that Undeniable so and that rub. Some, people the wrong way it's also the reason why he's had some success Dan Amora is the scape from more of the whole Joyce Mitchell thing goes Hollywood yeah can't con film, festival or actually it's not, part of the actual film festival that it is going to make its debut over in con- is? Part of the all. The the the festivities they. Have their, what is. It Ben, Stiller directed it escape, from Dan Amora it's what is it. A Netflix series I shouldn't It's an eight piece miniseries? Yeah yeah Do they? Have a home for you. Know what that's a very good. Question I should have checked. That, before Yeah. So yeah I think it's I? Can't wait to? Watch this one I think. The one that was on lifetime I'm not, so sure I didn't see it the. The trailers that I saw from it were For about for. About a half hour it was enough to just it was delightfully cheesy Showtime This one has after shower as Joyce, Taylor Joyce Tillie. Mitchell I should Joyce. Taylor Joyce Tillie. Mitchell the tailor shop. Supervisor let's. See Paul dano Benicio del, Toro, Richard. Matt so it's. Unbelievable I know you feel bad about. This Larry Nassar the doctor who was Neil dealt with the the, female the women's gymnastics, team all those years and molested hundreds of. Children he got attacked in jail in his attorneys. Upset he, says the judge digest comments at sentencing is leading inmates to be mean to, Larry Nassar a pedophile attacks in. Prison you'll figure do you think they need the judge's comments in? There I don't think. So they know that, he he abused a bunch of kids that makes your time in. Prison pretty. Tough it's nothing to do with any any kind of bad. PR I, mean and also he was released into the general. Population they have a sex offender, unit and for some reason they, decided, hey let's release this guy into the general. Population, yeah my stance is I don't support violence And vigilante, Justice but I've not losing any sleep apnea or having a bad. Time in. Prison after all the lives he's ruined down the Espy awards. They honored, all the women who came forward and learn Nassar. Case and it was clear these, I mean these I don't mean, to, trivialize it but these women are still suffering. Oh, yeah their lives are messed up right And with gymnastics these girls There there are a special breed because they're removed from their families and they don't. Have that kind of support. They live with their coaches they don't really have anyone to guide. Them really in that area and, so they trust an adult particularly someone who's in a. Position like Larry Nassar, was and in some cases, the parents who were involved he did this, in, front. Of them, moving no no I mean it takes a special kind. Of evil to do that so Larry I'm in prison not one other quick thing listen that enough note this is great news because I. Did not like the sounds about this sounds of this last week. Legendary Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly he was at the Espy's last night. Getting the Jimmy v. award for courage he had cancer a couple of times he just really significant operations. Oral and jaw cancer and. He said last week at the Espy's I'm not sure what's going. On I have some things I, have to have looked at talking about he was being. Called to New York, City for an unexpected checkup, that sure sounded to me like code for, we, found. Something bad, this could be the third time around which is usually. Not good But he had his checkup a whole. Bunch of tests get no evidence of cancer found in Jim Kelly So, that was, just, the opposite? Of, what, we, were all expected a class guy Jim Kelly in so. Far so good Chuck and Kelly five forty four GYN AccuWeather forecast.