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"daniel columbia" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Returning captains likes gotten keith. Scott his plate once keep his done maybe three or four. Yeah i was going to say. I couldn't remember if scott had done it but he had. Okay yeah nice. We'll have them on as a pair this time as well as against some other great captains and if you are a film spotting family member you also know that you get. Our monthly bonus episodes this month september. We went down to the wire again. Josh as far as getting this one in publishing it but we made it in the month of september. A for you got the third installment in our many james bond marathon prepping for no time. Today we talked about timothy. Dalton's debut the living daylights. We talked about pierce brosnan's debut golden. I i'm going to miss these bond movies. I'm gonna miss the conversations about the bond movies. Yeah it's definitely fun. So that one's out there. I know i know we recorded it but yeah as you said. We're pushing it. Will josh in the future when people hear this will be there at the moment you and i are talking. It does not exist in the world. We really are pushing it. Yeah yeah annual. Memberships are also available. If you don't want to do the five dollar a month option you get a ten percent discount and get a month free. You can do that. Petri on dot com slash film spotting. So you're tatiana romanova calling me tanya. My friends call me bobbed. Germs bombs from his nineteen eighty-six bond addition. That was actress. Sam neill with those iconic lines and if that brief bit of dialogue sounded familiar. Maybe you like us recently. Caught up with nineteen sixty. Three's from russia with love. The scene originally with sean connery as bond and danielle bianchi has tanya is reportedly the scene that all bond hopefuls have to try out with. Let's do josh. Give it a shot. I want to hear your bond edition. Oh don't know it's in my sag contract at i. O don't you to massacre theaters to show come. Okay okay. fair enough with daniel craig. Turning in his keys to the aston martin. After no time to die we could resist joining in the feverish. Conjecture about who will be the next bond. The current don't spotting full. Then ask you who should be the next bond. The options were rizza. Met john boyega. Michael bender tom. Hardy daniel columbia robert pattinson dev patel or other and yes. I'm sure we're going to get to this. Other could have included idris. Elba a name that has been thrown out a lot over the years and a lot of people would love to see that obviously incredibly talented actor as we tried to fashion and form this deeply flawed film spotting poll question as they all our our producer. Sam had a little bit of a cut off point when it came to the age of actors making their bond debut and apparently you know we didn't want sort of roger moore all over again so idris elba. Yeah exactly idris. Elba left out of this one. Sorry idris we did go with a few younger gentlemen in the role of james bond potentially josh how to come out with our listeners like to see most in last place with nine percent john boyega. What is wrong choice. Come i think it was your choice. Get it together films. spotty nation. Robert pattinson was next with ten percent. I think sort of choice. Well i think you know as we talked about kind of a pattinson protection vote is. Let's let's sure. Let him do other stuff. I mean he's already batman right tom. Hardy receive ten percent of the is well daniel columbia eleven percent resume twelve percent. Michael fast bender so beloved by this show many many years ago only fourteen percent of the vote other to your point. Adam lotta people want with other fifty percent second place but dev patel took this thing with twenty percent of the vote. Yeah a lot of options. They're pretty close. Dev patel though takes. And i'd completely forgotten about robert pattinson as the batman. I hope that some out on twitter. I think is like he's already part of a franchise so how being the actor who could actually really pull off both batman and bond strewed point pretty impressive mac johnson here a regular trivia spotting player says. Make mine fast bender. The first time. I saw lieutenant archie hickox stroll into his style briefing with general. Ed fenick. i remember thinking to myself. I have no idea who this guy is. Shave that mustache and make him. James bond a couple years later the argentinian bar scene in x. Men first class was practically an audition for 007. Fast bender ticks usual boxes but can also pull off an aspect of the character. That many bond actor struggle with the murderous dandy more had the foppish nece in spades but sacrifice the edge. Craig has grown into it over. The past couple of films fast vendor could be the first actress since connery to nail it out of the gate in the murderers dandy is absolutely the name of my next band. I like say this knowing that fast bender has all but completely aged out of the role at this point like another great choice. Idris elba fast. Bender had the misfortune of breaking onto the scene. Right is daniel. Craig arguably the greatest bond of all was just getting started and say misfortune because like elba he really seemed to want the role tradition dictates that the next bond will be a runner up from the craig casting. Craig himself was a fresh face at the time but more dull tim. Brosnan had all been considered long before actually winning the role. If that holds true this go round. It puts the spotlight on henry. Cavill who narrowly missed out on casino. Royale cavill has actually aged into the part now but his profile is likely too big to be a real contender. Chris clinic our buddy here. A guest on trivia spotting and a guest on some of our episodes including a bond bonus show. He is most likely right. Mack says when he says that it will probably be someone. We've barely even heard of at this point. So we talked about batman and bond than we would have superman and bond if cavill actually was the choice. that's true we also heard from lucy. If this vote was fair you would include some women. i know that may be far-reaching. But come on a male bond of color will be next. But i think it would shake up the franchise if they pulled a curve ball and leaned away from their patriarchal tendencies michaela cowl. Jody comber emma. Watson side maybe in twenty fifty naval. Or maybe sooner i say interested in that joshua specially someone like jodi comber. I gotta sit down and think about emma. Watson hawaii's bond. I don't know that. Why not jordan from toronto says phoebe waller bridge has long been filmed twitter's number one choice. And who am i to disagree. She has the pluck she has the verve. She has the wit. Maybe we can round up. All the actors listed here to be her bond bullies. Here's jackie john. David washington has charisma charm and an attitude that he just belongs in that penguin suit or diving suit or any suit really would love to see him there if he's into it Stephen hill closes us out. He says i voted other selected. Tom hit allston. It's time for another roger moore type. Oh well you know. I'm ready for that. And i do love. Tom hit allston. Yeah that could work. I'm going to be meeting. Say he doesn't have enough hair all my gosh you can't be on. Its saw films spotting at g. Is that with the. I don't even know you can send to their feedback. Films spotting dot net. Either way okay. Yea josh doesn't wanna read those. Send it to the feedback. I'm not going to get involved in that. Anti bald comment that brings us quickly to the latest deeply. Flawed film spotting poll trademark. We look ahead to the flurry of activity. We're getting from ridley. Scott this fall his the last duel with matt damon. 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"daniel columbia" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Number four. Tom holland. I also insisted on us. You did which is so. I don't know if you know this but he spiderman and so you know we were just making jokes about harry styles and just universal appeal. That harry styles have but tom holland newly has that. I mean tom. how has that. Because of movies. Harry styles has that because of one direction and tom holland is like the teen beat star of of movies and definitely the breakout star of the mc you in terms of people knowing who he is outside of his character and again that has latched with age that has led to spiderman and that character and being a teenager unrelated or whatever but that movie is going to be giant. The trailer was already giant. You know and that's because people will go see things that tom holland is n nothing that he's done. Outside of spiderman is particularly recommends him but this is a snapshot of a moment time he was eight. He's now four. You're right though if we look at the devil all the time and cherry and chaos walking these things haven't gone great for him. He's got uncharted as well. In two thousand twenty two. That's a big big video game series. The movie that's been in the works for many years could be exactly what you're talking about the kind of that secondary level of it support. I guess that he may need it. Seems sort of like a next generation ryan reynolds in that interesting. Yeah i think. I think he's been trying to do the prestigious things. And he should just be charming franchise guy. I think you have a good point number. Three one of the bigger no-brainer is on this list. Yeah academy award winner daniel columbia. Who now i feel like every performance is an event like he kind of has never done wrong by us and there are very few actors about whom you can say that even going back to his black mirror episode like he's always great and so reliable and manages to blend those sort of the mainstream genre movie with the sort of meticulous daniel day-lewis esque transformative acting in a way that i don't think very many contemporaries are capable of certainly not the kind of quote unquote like influence or famous people. We've got on this list. We talk a lot especially with wesley. Morris about the quality of movie stardom and the ability just to bend the energy around the camera and it's just a presence thing people some people have it some people don't he has it in astonishing qualities. He also is a great chooser projects. I mean this is a incomplete list. But here's what we've got that. He's been injured and black messiah for which he won an oscar. Get out widows black panther an upcoming. He's in nope the new jordan peele movie and black panther kinda forever. I mean thirty goes just pretty good. Nope is our. That's our birthday movie next year. All right okay. Pretty example that okay. Let's go to number. Two number two is margot robbie again a little bit of like what you've done before him what you have upcoming. Obviously she is really honestly one of the biggest movie stars around you know. She's not spending wolf of wall street in i tanya where she's now named for an oscar but huge part once upon a time in hollywood she was a huge part bombshell and now she's been cast in three of.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"I'm really happy for plattsburgh for getting nominated and i just know like this means a lot to him. You know. you're voting for colin jost horse. Yeah so hot. I'm voting for jason. Derulo i was thinking about an also voting for josh jackson. Because i think he's so hot. Yeah i agree. But i stand by my decision. I san my decision to who's the sexiest marvel haughty. And we don't really fuck with marvel no civil though. Hope we'll have to know them from something else. Daniel columbia black panther. Tom holland spiderman. Chris evans avengers thing. They have pictures. Otherwise we'd be chris which see mu shanxi and sebastian stan. The falcon and winter soldier. Just feel like it at one. Vote here like i don't really know it's not fair for me. The vote i agree. I a sexiest newlywed. Not justin hartley derek. Fisher blake shelton alexander ludwig or jisi. It's gonna be like shelton for me me to memorize. He got nominated. No he was sexiest man alive and it was like the biggest controversy in our country. Date literally here today where the days. It was exit. Who is the sexiest newly single guy. Simon baker tyler cameron blair underwood a-rod bill gates okay. I'm sorry. Bill gates like their trolling people's got jokes. Yeah like this is not okay. Simon baker is also the man from devil's prada who you think. Could billy bush great. It's between tyler. Cameron and blair underwood. It's obviously tyler cameron. Because because he's a friend of the tow because he's a ceo's best friend. Theo would actually like literally knocked me out if i could at. Oh my god. I triggered by the next one guy who is the sexiest real estate. King drew scott chip gains. Targe el moussa jonathan. Scott jason oppenheim. You guys ship gains ship gains. There's only one offended by every other only one choice. Oh and this next. One is the easiest question i've ever had to answer sexiest tv. Chef ludicrous gordon..
"daniel columbia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"That is that's beyond the five th of flipping and how do we create an and what is that content. Yeah yeah that's so well put. Yeah we're just like at what point with like flipping that gazes like it was. I don't know like almost go back to my two thousand eighteen software. Like all i wanted to see was like in movies. Women doing to oppressors. Oppressors had done to them and like that was really cathartic and exciting and like felt like a release that was needed but at some point. It's like but that can't be that end game. You can't just flip patriarchy. That's ridiculous like like i. i don't know i dislike. I don't know i've well. I've been to in my feelings this summer. Well that we talk about this a lot where i mean. Progress is a process right. Yes absolutely and that wears the merch. Whereas the t shirt but it means that there are stepping stones and we've covered a lot of movies on the show that we have commented that this feels like a steppingstone movie. This is like a step in the right direction. It's not perfect. It's not nearly as like amazingly intersectional feminist as we are hoping it is but it was very progressive for the time that movie came out. Were you know whatever the case so yeah. I think it's i don't think it's the end game is just like a gender flip but it is like one of the steps in the process certainly just like yeah we're widows does feel very much like how twenty eighteen felt and a lot of ways which is wild because it's so recent but it's like it is capturing so many ideas and catharsis and just beginning to discuss serious societal issues in genre where you wouldn't normally even think about seeing that. Yeah i don't know Uh think do. I think i think i think Halfway through the presidency in In every kind of wander guitars in it was it was like it was like it was the year of of of reputation visitation mattering and. Everyone was so wants to grab rani to grab it and kind of aspirational definitely feel steeped in that Yeah yeah it's it's so like even does yeah like context historically wise like oh this this movie makes exact sense for the moment that it came out in and it's it is it's like so well done i mean and steve mcqueen and gilliam. Flynn like that's such a cool collaboration to have even happened like it's awesome. I think the gillian flynn. If i'm not mistaken. I believe that she is from chicago. Which is i think why. The setting shifted their I'm pretty yes okay. So yeah she is. She has lived in chicago for many years so i think that that wasn't why between her and steve mcqueen that it was like a british miniseries that steve mcqueen loved. Set it. where gilliam. Flynn lived in like it. Just it's cool at really cool. Collaboration really totally other glad. Also kind of cut cut about it was Was i guess. Attempts his to his to kind of the other companies the teams the one with bash kind of ideology football at the monopoly and also the freestyle raps wondering kind of what. Y'all though i mean just from a cinematic point of view. I'm always so shocked that it happens because we don't know who those characters are when they're first introduced because we hadn't seen them before we don't really understand the context that they like exist in the story or what their role is an it's not until partway into the conversation. That gitam is having. I think with other characters is it that they are the ones who kind of let the robbers get away with the money or they were supposed to be like keeping an eye on the money and then they fucked up and that's why they're able to steal it. I think it was something along those lines. If i'm not mistaken Yeah that was my understanding of it so they had like messed up and then they get punished for it by being shot in a really brutal especially the first shooting right. yeah. I don't know. I yeah i. I was curious what everyone thought about that. I i feel like those kinds of scenes. Are you're saying they're always shocking to me. Because it's like. It's not a genre that i've ever been extremely invested in and it does like these godfather scenes where it's just like very dramatic executions Has never really been for me. But i do i. Yeah i feel like the fact that these executions are done by a character who the movie isn't really letting us get to know makes watching it feel worse or like more exploited where it does sort of just feel like a torture porn situation because i feel like daniel coup like you were saying earlier. Michael is performance is doing the heavy lifting there. Where you can tell like. He's trying my. And then i watched an interview with him to sort of. Make sure that this was what he he like. He was trying to performance ways. Come from a place like this is how he shows love and loyalty to his brother as by doing this. Which is like wow so smart. I totally like hearing that that. That totally comes through. But that isn't really in the writing like he does that. He brings that but it does feel a feels kind of gross especially considering the conversation we had earlier where the way that these scenes are. Shot is very telling of it really. It seems to really the camera work kind of dwells more on the brutal murder of a disabled man We see the two black men in this first seen to be executed very much on screen like there's nothing held back in that and then with white characters that we know all of a sudden the cameras a little shyer and and and the fact that we don't really get the information we need with and attempt seems to make it harder. I don't know what did you think michael michelle. Even i was totally of thing a lot about all the also i do. I think the actually addressing in an allotted even is certain scenes. The certain depp's seymour Loud retina and kind of more both when it comes to the other day for the blockers in swelling kind of in a softer white. When it came to light her up something i also noticed until out also and i feel like both the camera work and time designed together kind of Aspect of their gross. I'd probably a. I do think those highpoint for me. I think that that does undesired was really was. I put by by. Do you think they're turned where i was like. This could have been little better. Yeah yeah yeah. Because it's like. I mean best case scenario those scenes could have i mean just been like holy shit mob scenes which i think is what they were trying to be but there were like yeah the details in the cinematography and like the character development or like lack thereof. I guess made it a little tougher. I don't know. I also don't understand mob movies so i could be so very wrong either way it's That scene is always extremely jarring for me but Yeah because that's the first because you get the you get the big explosion pretty early on when the the van explodes but that's the first moment of like really brutal happening right in your face. Violence graphic violence kind of thing. So yeah it's always like. Oh god daniel columbia stars and so. Why are you so mean. Does anyone have any other thoughts about the movie. I i really want to in our that. Our this film missile libya. I feel a to sar of.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"You know what. I mean with still remember that mean for the what. No pussy does to m. f. with your with a bullet hole in his head like one of the one that was very gut wrenching. Twist on that show will mitt. Yeah that was good news coming because of this the the episodes like hey. What if this guy was happy for forty minutes away. No small x is crazy. I think you turn onto that show. Right gets caught would no. I don't think i did man who was then. But that's the john boyega a british-based one. It's fucking awesome. Amazon prime one. I just assumed this awards darling but didn't get anything. She's nuts cross noting in time. Move interesting with jonathan majors. That lovecraft county got a ton of a ton of nominations catcher. Didn't they got cancelled. Yeah it didn't get picked up and people were. I think pretty irritated about that. A belief the guy who from bridgeton hughes their lead actor he also believed got kicked off show. He left the show in the middle of their their next season production and he's That got nominated as well. We'll just crazy. These weird works outstanding guest actor in a series nominations alec baldwin saturday night live dave chapelle. Daniel columbia Saturday night live. Dan levy saturday night. Live and then. Morgan freeman for kaminsky method. Round the god the dc outstanding variety sketch series. Starring live obviously nominated no. I think you should leave with tim. Robinson ethic that's fucked. I think that's fucked at this point. Just got nominate them. Not i know it's awfully beaten path but like what ki- what sketch show not named. Snl is getting as much love as i think you should leave you know. Well i mean i- snl s snow just kind of. They're they're going to get nominations they're snl. But i think you should leave as the season one would have fallen in this nomination list right like police easter a year ago. Yes that's that that's surprising this craziness. Second season is also very funny. I know we talked about.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Own that. Come on foggy. Tell tell me a little creepy extra creepy today. He super duper creepy. Most of the time. You're right today a little bit little bit creepy friends. You should tell me if i'm being creepy we are. We just told you that didn't win. I've creepy this whole time. You know you have a creep factor there but today it's like you're you're trying to win some creepy contest so creepy weird or creepy like girls. Stay away from him like both gun. Daniel explain to him why. There's something he's doing this extra creepy. Today's something it's like a healthy combination of the girls. Stay away and the oh creepy weird i. It's the evil laugh. Maybe a combination of the slicked back hair and the puffer coat and the coat all morning. And it's also every time you're gonna say something needs to elvis you go before you angry pig from from whatever the i haven't been mean to him all day no you haven't but i feel it common. I'd like to defend because you guys are seeing him in the shadows i think. The zoom affect makes nate more creepy than he is in real life being next to the guy in person. Three dimensional those creepy. Just no no. I'm not saying i'm not saying. He looks creepy to me. He's saying creepy things can prevent. We hear him talking to people on the phone. Sort of buttering them up and being like my name's nate. By the way. I heard you say that. He said the dumbest listeners. To like say her name is sally sally. That's a beautiful name. No it's sally's what are you saying so stupid for mood zealand phone fluffer but anyway enough of that. I'm just saying you're just a little creepy. Say the good salt chose for you today. Gotta strap it in. That'd be like oh yeah. I needed that belt. Buckle or see nan you hyped it up too much nate. On the way we gotta move Sound garrett ready to go yes all right. What do you have today. Good marla start with one click from the oscars from last. Night daniel columbia. He won for best supporting actor and judas and the black messiah. He thanked his parents for doing it. Joining ourselves celebrate. Let's celebrate life with breathing walkin. It's incredible it's incredible. It's incredible my mom. My dad they had sex. It's amazing them here. Also i'm so happy to be alive so to celebrate tonight. Moms is rolled so far back in bed when she saw gal gadot she was on with jimmy. Kimmel and daniel did the story about how she chopped off a piece of her finger one to is cooking and drinking and she went into a little bit further detail about that. The other night went to the chopping board anyhow senior. He did so disgust that he's ruined it into the garbage john just to make sure we were like what are we going to say. Yeah it was. It was a mess. We were then. I stopped cooking and stuck drinking game to play with your significant other. Today it's going around online. It's called fact or tortilla slap. Where you sit across from one another you ask each other personal questions like hey. What's my favorite color. You get wrong. You get slapped in the face with a tortilla factor slap koala till.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Very small members and i my argument has always been debt. You know. Hollywood should start searching for new talent as well. I think that would be a lot more interesting. Appointing a spotlight on some of these independent films are really doing some great work and are and there's no studio system anymore so you know it's not like you're married to that so what's your opinion on that rather than you know. I i love some of the. I love the actors. The big akers. I don't mind seeing. Brad pitt win. But i've seen him win. It'd be nice to see somebody else. When and also in that vein also more diversity. It really is important to me to see that with latino african american. Dbq winning awards for their projects as well. Yeah i actually think You're getting kind of a paradox. because this year's academy awards in particular again honored A lot of people who don't necessarily look like what hollywood system technically tends to reward on nursing daniel columbia win best supporting actor for his performances. Fred hampton he is a tremendous young Who's come up and things like it out. I can't thirds terrific in that movie. Emerald fennel wins and award for promising. Young woman was a really daring uncomfortable. Movie about sexual violence in this lingering effects that spurred a really interesting debate khloe xiao wins for directing nomad land You know which is a very interesting movie. Not just because it's a chinese director of doing hard experience but america as seen through a chinese director. Who's really fallen in love with the american west is interested in a certain kind of person who doesn't get a lot of attention in conventional pop culture. And you know. I i think it is great. If the economy words can and you know other awards ceremonies china spotlight on these kinds of movies. The data also suggest that really work in terms of getting people aware of and watching these movies and that was one of the you know i had argued last year. Controversially that the oscar should maybe cold off during pandemic and the argument. Was that the argument from other film. Critics was don't you that you're denying the smaller movies that are still going to be released. Sort of their place in the sun more people will be able to see them because they're streaming and that's just not happens and look. I think it's really good for professional organizations to reward. Outstanding work fields. Not least because you know an academy award is not necessarily important for those of us watching at home in terms of getting us to watch one..
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"It just kinda like it's real now it's real. It's real not to say that it wasn't real when when it all happened in everything but now now that it's out there it's like yeah this is real so it was hard. It was hard. It was a hard if that morning sucked. The title has grown. On me sense though. Greg i think it's a i think it's one of those titles that strikes a perfect note because it starts to show us a little bit of a way forward. It's it's basically projecting. The story is now about the cast. And it's doing it. Also i think in a way that is respectful of chadwick boseman. I quite like the title. And yeah it's a gut punch for sure. It a gut punch but i think the title is simple and poignant and i think it works very very well the help give us a glimpse of the direction that they're that they're going. What one thing that. I was a little bit confused by there. Were rumors and i don't know how well-founded those rumors were that we were getting some kind of disney plus series about the supporting cast and is. Does this mean that's not happening. No that's still happening. We're getting conned series. We just don't we don't know anything about it. Yeah so it's it's just I i'm really curious. I think as everybody else's coup ends up stepping into that lead role. I know everyone says. Cherie i i get it. I'll tell you for for me for what it's worth. I know that her character is not of royal. Blood line would prefer to see tonight as a kobe as black panther then cherie right now I'd love to see sure. Take the mantle at some point. But i think kobe would be an amazing black panther But yeah we'll see. I think we're all asking the same questions. Man is ryan kugler. Have quite quite a burden to bear with envious that dude. I hope to reveal who the next black panther will be is a review of that we get within the context. The movie like. I really don't want this to be something that we find out from in entertainment weekly cover or just some kind of article like i really want the story to dictate what's going to happen and us to find out through the story who's gonna wear that mantle. The only way that happens. What you're saying is if they film different versions of different people in the black panther costume. That's the because to get people off the scent of who the black panthers. That's the only way. Yeah and i think they're capable of doing that. I have held their secrets before. And i really want this to be one that they have to that level like i want this to be avengers endgame level of secrecy and i really want the movie to tell us what's going to. Who's it going to be somebody that we've seen before. Is it going to be a character that we've seen before isn't going to be denied guerrero. Kobe isn't going to be you know. winston winston do because it going to be Daniel columbia is going to be you know the lupita who's the actress that plays shui can't think of the shirt right is like. Is it going to be somebody we've seen before casting. Somebody completely new within kanda. I think it will be someone we've seen before. I think that would be hard to get fans to swallow a completely brand new character..
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Oh you know. Usually the one that the usually the award for best director usually that movie mike will go on and be the best movie or like the best actor will go on and be the best movie on but they did best picture before actress actor so weird so weird. It's like adding the super bowl on a coin. Flip right right. So they announced nomad land. Winner of the best picture was like. Oh okay. And then the very next award was best actress at like. You read through actress in a leading role. You re through the the nominees yet. Carrie mulligan for promising. Young woman. Vanessa kirby for not unfortunately not for fast and furious presents hobson shah out jennifer instead for pieces of a woman. You've got andrade. For the united states versus billie holiday. It was her first movie ever. She got nominated for nonsense and of course. The davis moraine is black. Bottom and then francis mcdormand for no midland so obviously francis mcdormand's gonna win because her movie won best picture. Yeah you ought assume totally took out she did. She did win totally took all the tension for that moment because we already knew. Nomad land won best picture and then the final award for the night was actor in a supporting role. And the only thing you can kind of think that the producers thought was going to happen maybe chadwick boseman bosman god. Wow was the final in best supporting actor or best actor so accurate a leading role. Okay i just say because like daniel khalil. one supporting actor and daniel badly deserve that oscar. I've never thought judas on the black beside but daniel columbia is so good just read. The nominees were actor in supporting role. Yet leah. Sasha baron cohen not for The trial of the chicago said it's so unbelievable to me that we can live in a world where sasha baron cohen is oscar nominee. He deserves it There are people in hollywood who work as hard as oshawa baron cohen. He's a bit lewis. Not only as actor. But i think he's actually a genius as far as like a funny thing is his co star in borat. Subsequent movie filmed delivery prestigious bribe to american regime for make benefit glorious nation of guys extend maria Bockel lova. that's the butcher. She got nominated for akerson of supporting role..
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Apathetic Enthusiasm
"Monari no promising young woman. No sound of metal. Es the trial of the chicago seven yes. that's good. I think that's over half. That's good yeah. Yeah yeah okay. I've i've heard of all of mode. How many of those have you seen zero zero one. I wanted to see the chicago. Seven because that has Baron dr perricone. yep yep yep It was on netflix. So that would have been easy to make with gary oldman. That would have been that was on netflix's well there's about. Is that the same movie. Yeah that was about the writing of orson or some wells citizen kane right. Okay yes yes yes Sound of metal I would i wanna see. Santa metal chelsea really wants to see it I thought it was a documentary. Actually before before. I realized that it was not. Yeah and nomad land. Did don't know anything about it Jesus and the black. Messiah is that judas. Judy is that daniel columbia. And that or is that who. I don't wanna i don't wanna be like the reporter that confused daniel kalou columbia with it is it is it. Is daniel kalou columbia. Luhya from get out. Yeah yeah but Yeah yeah so. I heard how about you did you know. Have you heard of those. I mean promising. Young women. I had heard of I'd seen i'd seen trailers for it I saw carey mulligan Host snl and so Loosely familiar with that movie. Jews the black besides in trailers for Trial show seven again Pretty much only knew from like sasha baron cohen doing suppress for it But the like dough. Most of these. I i had not heard of nor seen i have. This is the first time in recent memory where i have not seen a single one of the best picture nominees which i feel like well. Hey like their best picture nominees. I should i should go out. I should seek out some of these movies. And maybe i will. Maybe maybe i will go watch some of these but I feel bad. Because i don't have any sort of bias or or opinion on on one because i i really didn't didn't see any of these movies but you wanna talk about bias in in people winning now The the controversy that i had seen on twitter right admittedly was a twitter controversy. But that that i tend to agree with is for the best actor category right all i was gonna say dennis hopper no not not dennis hopper hopkins anthony hopkins won for best actor right for for the father. I think. Maybe yep that's correct. Yeah he was. Up against. Ahmed for santa metal chadwick boseman or ma rainey's black bottom. Gary oldman in manque and steven. Un for minority. Okay yeah stephen Glenn glenn from walking dead. Yeah so the controversy. There right is Chadwick boseman who we all know a died. can't cancer last year. Very very and very unfortunate very young very young very talented going up for best. best actor. it was it was it was almost. He was almost primed that that he should have. He should've one right like heath ledger. One for the joker after after the dying Posthumously and so anthony hopkins winning an oscar olds. Oscar winner of process actor over chadwick boseman. It seemed like it seemed like a weird insults a little bit or maybe not insult but just atone death just a little bit. I saw alex. Alex fear who Wrote for the rick. And morty comic. Who hit nuke. Nuke newark morty comic coming out rick's new hat he. He tweeted like why. Why even put them in the category. Y give them something posthumously. If you're just a nomination and if you're just gonna take it away. Why don't you. Why don't you honor him posthumously. Rather than than than that It's like a weird. It's a weird energy to be like a this guy died. Yeah we'll celebrate so sorry. You lost a anthony hopkins. I mean i don't think shadow trade about it. But i i it's i don't i honestly like we celebrate film and we celebrate actors and different talents in the oscars but at the end of the day. It's also kind of a ridiculous thing that we're doing. And i mean this is our were celebrating our I again did not see the father or mall. Rainey's black bottom. So i can't. I can't speak to their performances. I can't i. I would love for chadwick boseman to be honored with an oscar. 'cause i thought he was a great actor and a great person and Yeah i think. I think it is a little bit of like a like a half-measure right to nominate him but not go go ahead. But then again whose vote. Who's in the academy. Who's who's doing the voting and who and how are they making their decision in and we we we know that the way that the academy voting there's lots of There's lots of politicking for votes and There is there are politics in the voting for for best picture. Best actor best actress so and so forth best supporting yeah yeah and so it is is infinitely strange to me. that's that they would kinda like half ass this in put forth and the not recognize him. Speaking of not recognizing. I didn't see the in memoriam but i heard that the in memoriam was just kind of like like is almost like Exaggeration like fast forward jacked up up up up up up up until he said like the music was really upbeat for an memoriam segment. I so i. I will admit i missed that segment because i was watching with Over air and ten and the antenna got like wonky of that part. And i was like trying to fix it and And so i missed half it but.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Cineflek
"Serve god but Yeah i mean. I think it's definitely the best well known of the international features. I hope more people see it. Despite clear not liking totally. And i think that's the hard thing is like another round. I would say a way. I mean last year we had parasite in the year before that we had realme but i feel like a lot of time people. Just don't talk about a lot of international soames. Yeah for sure. And so that it's cool. Seeing like another round is definitely another example of international film like escaping the international nominee bubble kind of getting into a broader discussion So i love that about it for sure This is you. Learn was international and phil to say Yeah like competence compliments but in my head on like this is me being nicer second. 'cause i don't wanna be too negative because like it's just my opinion like blubbing film is also very valid Yeah i would definitely say like if anyone is thinking about it like checking out all the other international features as well as another round like. Just watch all of them like. It's good to like. I think it's really easy especially in america to only watch. American films overture an lake. There's a lot of really good stuff there. What better time to watch international features that when it's relevant in quotes like right now. I support support international features. I cannot agree more. This is a lot of great stuff out there Dig into the old stuff. Dig into the new stuff. It's all good. There's lots of good stuff at their best supporting. So we got daniel columbia. How about this one. I'm not surprised. But it's also exactly who i wanted to win but it's all okay. Wait now i feel like backtracking. But i think it's really hard because like i just don't agree with him being a supporting actor in his film. Like yeah it's hard. It's so odd. But i was thinking like talking to my sister.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Number is expected to be much. Higher hospitals are overwhelmed with oxygen and other supplies running out forcing health workers to turn away patients. I came here to get my grandfather treated. He is suffering from covid nineteen. They're not letting us in. We don't understand anything. Maybe the guard here is saying. There's no doctor available here. If there's no doctor near the emergency ward then we'll go. His oxygen level is dropping alarmingly. Prime minister narendra modi came under renewed. Fire this weekend afternoons. That twitter agree to a request by his government to block critical tweets about his response to the pandemic. Meanwhile several countries have offered to help india battle. It's devastating surge. The us said would send medical treatments testing kits ventilators personal protective equipment and possibly oxygen supplies. Some including a sheesh joh- the dean of the brown university school of public health for the biden administration to send the us excess vaccine supply to india the tens of millions of astra zeneca vaccines. It has in storage in iraq. A fire at a baghdad hospital creating covid patients killed at least eighty two people saturday most of them patients. The blaze was sparked by exploding oxygen cylinder. The hospital had no smoke detector. Sprinkler system or fire hoses. This is a family member of one of the victims. The modesto walked. Shouldn't there be supervision over the hospital. Ministerial supervision a supervising authority. This is neglect neglect the hospital. And there no firefighting trucks immediately available on site. In thailand officials have shuttered museums. Libraries gyms parks and other public venues in bangkok after reporting new records. In cova cases and deaths japan's declared its third state of emergency just three months ahead of the tokyo summer olympics new restrictions on bars and restaurants were announced for tokyo and other major cities but officials are resisting a full lockdown morocco's condemned spain for trading for him golly the leader of the polisario front for covid nineteen the polisario movement is fighting to establish an independent state in western sahara which was colonized by spain the nineteenth century and the next by morocco in nineteen seventy five in other international news the european union says it will let vaccinated. Us tourists visit the region. The summer after more than a year of barring all non essential level here in the united states many states resumed administering johnson. And johnson's covid nineteen vaccine over the weekend. After the centers for disease control and the food and drug administration ended an eleven day. Pause on its use. Researchers were investing the vaccines linked to an extremely rare blood. Clotting condition this is janet woodcock acting fda commissioner together. Both agencies have full confidence vaccines known. Potential benefits outweigh its known and potential risks and individuals. Eighteen years of age and older federal officials said patients particularly women under the age of fifty should be given a warning about the vaccine over one third of us adults are now fully vaccinated with over half partially vaccinated but the rate of vaccination a slowdown over the past week. Some states are turning down or reducing new. Vaccine shipments has started to outpace demand. There is now a number of people who are not taking the second vaccine in north carolina. The family of andrew brown junior who was shot dead last week by police officers serving arrest warrant may finally see the bodycam footage of their loved ones killing today. At least seven. Sheriff's deputies in elizabeth city put on leave and calls her mounting for the sheriff to step down. Andrew brown's son spoke during a news conference with civil rights leader. Saturday on never spit it this to happen so close to home like he left a coast in type family would each other every day talking to each other every day and we my brothers my sisters we as what drove him as a person we is what made him better and now i gotta live every day my newborn without even get a chance to meet him at all and that's going to hurt me every day i just want justice. Meanwhile in kenosha wisconsin protesters gathered over the weekend following news. That police officer arrested in chess game would return to work ski. Who is white fired. Seven shots at point blank range into the back of twenty nine year old african american father jacob blake last august in front of three of his children will have more on this after headlines. With jacob blake's father jacob blake senior in maryland officials. Say they'll review all cases of police. Involved deaths that were handled by ex. Chief medical examiner. Dr david who testified in derek chauvin murder case fowler said the murder of george floyd was not a homicide despite the overwhelming evidence. He's been sued by the family of nineteen thousand. Nine hundred and tom black a black teen. Who died in two thousand eighteen after. He was electrocuted with a taser and pinned down by three white. police officers. In virginia of black men was hospitalized. After he was shot by a sheriff's. Deputy who responded to a nine one one call less than an hour earlier. That same sheriff's deputy drove that same man isaiah brown home. After brown's car broke down. I say brown was unarmed. Which holding a cordless phone in his hand when the officer fired seven shots at him. Brown's family said he was on the phone with nine one one when the police shot him. President biden became the first. Us president to officially recognize the early twentieth century massacre of armenians by ottoman turks issa genocide biden may the recognition saturday in a proclamation marking armenian remembrance. Day on april. Twenty fourth nineteen fifteen. The ottoman empire began a systematic premeditated campaign targeting. Armenian people and un armed christian minority living under turkish rule. More than a million armenians were exterminated. Another million fled into permanent exile. Turkey decried biden's decision and summoned the us ambassador in ankara in protest will have more on biden's recognition of the union genocide later in the broadcast the pentagon says it has become the first stages of its withdrawal from afghanistan and will gradually turnover over control of us military basis to afghan forces. Sunday's announcement by army general. Scott miller came as the taliban reiterated. Its call for all foreign forces to leave afghanistan by may i. The deadline agreed upon by president trump during peace talks and twenty twenty earlier this month president biden roll back the us withdrawal to september eleventh the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks. The un released an urgent call for action after a shipwreck off. The coast of libya claimed an estimated. One hundred. thirty lives this week. It was the largest tragedy in the central mediterranean. Since the start of the year. Twenty twenty one is seen at least twice as many deaths along the dangerous migration route as the same period last year. The un is calling on nations to strengthen search and rescue operations in the mediterranean to stop returning refugees dangerous countries and to allow for safe disembarkation procedures. Israel's military launched airstrikes and the besieged gaza strip late. Friday targeting what it said were underground tunnels and rocket launchers. The air strikes came as palestinians fired dozens of rockets into southern israel over the weekend. The violence followed israel's decision to close jerusalem's damascus gate to palestinians during the holy month of ramadan on sunday. Thousands of palestinians celebrated israeli authorities removed barriers and reopened the gate capping days of clashes between israeli police and palestinian protesters on thursday hundreds of ultra-nationalist israelis marched through central jerusalem chanting death to arabs. This is palestinian resident osama barham off the violations during ramadan terrorizing the worshippers threatening to burn any arab through. What's app chat groups that belong to far israelis. The residents of jerusalem had to react in aim to defend themselves and not aim to attack. Indonesia's military has located the wreckage of an indonesian navy submarine with all fifty three crew members aboard presumed. Dead submarine broke into three pieces and settled at the bottom of the bali strait at a depth of eight hundred fifty meters and indonesia. Admiral said the navy lost contact with the forty four year old submarine wednesday ahead of a planned torpedo drill and that the vessel likely suffered an explosion back in the united states in louisiana state. Senator troy carter won the special election to fill the seat left open by cedric richmond when he joined the biden administration earlier this year. Troy carter a centrist democrat. Beat out state senator. Karen carter peterson who is backed by progressives and receive endorsement by. New york congressman. Br alexandria. ocasio cortez. Once carter is sworn in democrats widen their margin slightly with two hundred nineteen house members versus two hundred twelve republicans in entertainment news. A scaled-down oscar ceremony was held in los angeles sunday evening. With some historic wins. Khloe jiao became the first asian woman and only second woman ever to win the academy award for best director for nomad land. The film also won best picture you young yun became the first korean to win an acting oscar for her role and monari. Daniel columbia won best supporting actor for his portrayal of black panther party. Chairman fred hampton and chaka kings judas in the black messiah trayvon free and martin desmond row won best short film for too distant strangers which follows a black man reliving his killing by police officer over and over the co directors were tuxedos with the names of black victims of police violence emblazoned on their lining trayvon. Free gave an emotional speech as he accepted has award. The police were killed three people and tomorrow of the police who killed three people and the day after that the police will kill people because on average the police in america every day killed three people which amounts to about a thousand people a year and those people is proportionately black people and james baldwin once said the most despicable thing a person can be indifferent to other people's pain aside. Just ask that you please not be indifferent. Please don't be different to our pain. And the pioneering free form radio host and counter culture icon. Bob fast has died at the age of eighty-seven for more than five decades. Bob hosted the program radio unable in new york which first aired on pacifica station. Wbai in one thousand. Nine hundred sixty three. Bob fastest program played host to a number of legendary musicians including carly simon odeta phillix. Joni mitchell and bob dylan. This is bob fast with back on here with radio and remember. I told you about ten minutes ago that we were going to have somebody come up. Who wasn't shirley temple. No what am i doing college. I wouldn't want me to temple. Do you like this. Oh we can't say that. Was bob fass and bob dylan to see our interview with bob. Fast talking about that conversation radio on name. -able live radio and so much more go to democracy now dot org and those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I may need goodman relatives. And supporters of jacob blake stage to sitton outside the kenosha police headquarters in wisconsin sunday to protest the department's decision to allow police officer rust and chessy to return to work last august. Jesse who's white fired. Seven shots at point blank range into the back of jacob blake as the twenty nine year. Old african american father leaned into his car inside the car with three of blake sons. H three five and eight. Jacob blake miraculously survived but was left partially paralysed. The shooting of blake sparked days of protests in kenosha. Chassis had been on administrative leave but he recently started working a desk job for the department. At least three protesters were arrested. Sunday including jacob blake. Justin blake for blocking the doors to the police station demonstrators. Were calling for officer. Chef ski to be fired. And for the release of more information into the department's internal investigation that cleared the officer. This all comes five months. After the district attorney in kenosha announced no charges would be filed against chess game. in march jacob. Blake filed a lawsuit against the officer claiming his actions were quote. Excessive and unnecessary. We're joined now by. Jacob blake senior. The father of jacob blake he was in kenosha but is now back in chicago. Jacob blake thanks so much for being with us Talk about what happened yesterday. And also how is.
'Nomadland,' 'Rocks' lead more diverse BAFTA nominations
"Nominations are out for the BAFTAs in a list of nominees looks a lot different This year we get more from ABC is Jason Nathan Seuin after facing a Baptist so white controversy last year. The award soon is the British equivalent of the Oscars, offered up a lot of diversity and its nominations Tuesday. We're told that the most diverse nominations and BAFTAs history with Daniel Columbia, Dominic Fishback, Chadwick Boseman, Leslie Odom Jr. Several cast members from the Nori in more getting nods. 21 of the 24 acting slots filled by first time nominees and a record shattering four of the six directing nods went to women in the wake of last year's lack of diversity. The bastard voting rules and regulations were significantly
Best Moments of the Golden Globes 2021
"Think of the globes as an entertainment event that are really big. Audience still watches in part because a lot of people see it as the kickoff for oscar season. Let me just say if you're queasy about these awards being granted any weight at all you will get. I think no argument from us. That is certainly not our position so to the degree that they mean much. There certainly were some good property. Some good movies and television that were honored Start with nomad land. Which one sort of the top top movie prize. Best motion picture drama and also best director for chloe jau. We just covered this Recently on pop culture happy hour so we don't necessarily need to rehash that whole thing but we were big fans. I loved seeing khloe jowl win. Yeah yeah The top prize for a motion picture. Musical or comedy went to borat subsequent film a movie that i like to say not for linda's but i know people who who love it really love it also winning for that was sasha baron cohen who won best actor for a musical or comedy. The best actor in a drama this one delivered one of the best moments of the night for sure that award went to chadwick boseman for my rainey's black bottom boy that was that was quite a moment accepting the award on his behalf was his wife. Taylor simone lead word and look the globes are trashy and meaningless and then something real happens out of nowhere and that was a really effective speech and a really effective moment in an evening. That felt shambolic in chaotic. Otherwise something beautiful something inspiring something that would amplify that little voice inside of all of us that tells you can tell you to keep going calls you back to what you were meant to be doing. At this moment in history he would think it kind of felt similar to the moment of that whole series of heath. Ledger getting his posthumous awards for his role in dark knight and it felt really earned and it didn't phillips just because he had passed away like this was the role of a lifetime for him and i'm really glad to see him being honored in that way. Yeah it was a very very moving speech. If you didn't see it. I encourage you to seek it out. It's all over the place that award. I think was wonderful to see not too surprising. One that i think was surprising was Andrew day for the united states versus billie holiday aisha. You saw this to the surprising not too much. I think that there was a lot of buzz for her. And i think that it was more likely she was going to win award for this. Then she might be to win for an oscar if she were to get an oscar nomination but she does a really great job of sounding like billie holiday without sounding too much like her like. It's feeling like mimicry. And she is by far the best thing about the movie and we'll actually be covering it in our tomorrow so everyone can check it out fantastic. I'm extremely excited. I haven't seen it yet. In addition to that the first award of the night actually in of of presentation was daniel. Columbia for judas. The black messiah. They had a little glitch with his audio. You know they were figuring it out. We've all had that glenn said the motto of the pandemic was going to remind your muted. It was a little bit of a mom. You're muted kinda moment. But i was not surprised that he that he won that he's wonderful in that movie. I think you didn't pay on. Is this on. Is this on a cool cool. He really is. And it's a solid win. I mean like he started speaking and you heard millions of voices crying out. You're on mute. Dan mute and i think that moment should make the montage in years to come if there is still a golden globe sincere to come because who knows but like that will be the most emblematic acceptance speech of two thousand twenty one easily that will crystallize this moment in time.
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees
"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more
Daniel Kaluuya on new movie 'Judas and the Black Messiah'
"Walk to popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie now called judas and the black mesa. That's so good that will you can watch it now. You need to finish watching me. Daniel speak but when you see it you're going to see something extraordinary and you're going to see my guest today. Daniel columbia in a really amazing performance where he brings the spirit of someone to life and that someone is fred hampton. So congratulations to you. Then on i think most markets in what. I realized this is the very months for years ago. That get out opened yeah. I'm glad humphry as of that black comfort. Low two years a year off. The gal black pants came out in february has very much every year. You're just working in working in doing this. And you've got that oscar nomination after we last talked to. Are you just impossible. Now had you become A complete tyrant on the set. I think i was always a tyrant allowed. This kind of spaceman allowed me to be more tyrant. So i just i just like you know. I liked ice cubes. In one cup blueberries in another and then some soda in. And i don't even like soda but i just wanna be ir like a roman tyrant. I don't wanna be like a new. I on the roman like the old that that's own. You know what. I mean when something like that happens and of course you had done so much work you know in england theater. You scanned you. Were doing all of this stuff. But get out was a kind of a breakthrough that changed your life. Didn't it change my life. You changed my life a lot to catch up to that or with me. Like only think eli lawshield. Go up to happen with go in all that time in an all the things you've done whether you're did black panther whether you did queen it slam whether you were in widows this working with the most amazing people and doing incredible things and in this case of with judas and the black messiah. You're playing this real person. Fred hampton so fred hampton. We know and i think here in america to it was yes. He was the guy that led the black panther party in chicago and new annoy. He was the head of it and died. Tragically young. and that's what we know. We know those two things and finally. There's a movie that says he had and he had a spear any had something that was happening. How did you get attached to it. That's the on on the set of a powerful on reshoots ryan and zinzi kuebler Produces film to decide and say. Oh we we're making a film about fred hamilton. Love to be bothered a mess. Chairman fred keith is is in it as well Unshackle king is directed. Just feel alive. Kim i really their intentions and reasons really spoke to and so it was that i was like i just felt really on that the full of me in that way and they will let y'all send your treatment. They sent me a toothpaste treatment. Which is incredible and i met with shock in new york during the get out. What's he's not. You may have one of the tricks. setting on with you on that same trip. I sat down with shackle. So like i said that masako spoke on. I loved him as a person. I loved his reasons than would season off the oscars the first script i read judas nabet messiah and then i would say less. So what do you do. When you're playing this guy who we know of as a more of a symbol than a human being and that you have to create him as he is. How do you go about doing that. Which you do so brilliantly. Thank you solo work on the web but was kind of taken As a as a man you know and finding finding why felt he loved understanding why he loved him loudly loved and who loved him Of him you know the humanity politics is is like he has to have so much love so much karen in one food actualization black people in the black community in order to say these things in these ways like the speeches. I just felt like this identity in a remarkable man Amanda is to be remarked upon. But he is. He's a man. And i feel like brandon him. His humanity kind of puts into context his muddle
"daniel columbia" Discussed on WTOP
"Prince William County. I'm Michelle Morello on Wall Street, the Dow picked up 28 the NASDAQ Up 70 S and P Up 19. It's 4 31. A new phase of the Senate impeachment trial tonight. Now that former President Trump's defense team has completed its opening arguments, Let's go live to you, Wi Fi's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Members of the defense team and the House impeachment managers air now answering written questions from senators related to the trial, Senators, Romney and Collins on the Republican side. Just asked a question about what the former president knew when he sent a disparaging tweet related to vice President Mike Pence around the time he was evacuated during the attack on the Capitol. This follows a relatively brief set of opening arguments from former President Trump's lawyers. Defense attorney William Vander Wien took the article of impeachment head on. No thinking person could seriously believe that the president's January 6th speech on the Ellipse was in any way. An incitement to violence or insurrection. Donald Trump's lawyers argued that the president's speech was protected by the First Amendment. They also argued that there's no evidence that he was going along with the riot that actually went and attacked the capital. You can't incite what was already going to happen once the questioning period is over this evening. Closing arguments in the trial are expected to take place tomorrow and vote on whether to convict or acquit former president Trump on a charge of incitement of insurrection. Could come tomorrow afternoon Reporting live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T OBY News. Thank you. Mitch. President Biden says he does not plan to speak with any Republican senators before they vote on whether to convict Mr Trump. But the president says he wants to see if Republicans as he put it, stand up to the former president. President Biden did not answer shouted questions on whether he believes there should be a conviction for 33. President Biden is reversing another Trump era immigration policy. The first of some 25,000 asylum seekers at the border with Mexico will be allowed to enter the U. S. Starting one week from today. Many of those people have been living in border camps, sometimes for years under Trump administration rules that are now being rolled back. Biden administration says he asylum seekers will be allowed in a few 100 at a time while they wait for their court hearing. CBS this morning anchor Gayle King on Lee Migrants with pending active cases under the so called remain in Mexico program will be eligible to be reprocessed by U. S officials. Coming up in just a minute. Daniel Columbia and the Keith Stanfield star in Judas in the Black Messiah. I'm Jason Fraley, 4 33. Visit the all new BMW of Rockville Sales and service Center at 14 50 Rockville Pike with the area's largest selection of new and certified pre owned BMWs now.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Out what we all should be watching. Hello, Paula. Where? Grammy. Oh, hello. It's great to be here. It's good to have. You were so happy you're here. Okay, So there's a couple things you've brought for us this week. Where do you want to start? I would like to start with a very important movie out there called Judas and the Black Messiah. It's on each feel Max, also in feeders and starts Daniel Columbia as Fred Hampton 1968. He was basically targeted by the FBI who used William O'Neal, who's played by the Keith Stansell to be this informant and infiltrate the Black Panther Party to take down front hand and this is a true story. Yes, This is very much a true story. You may have seen the car You may have seen Fred Hampton feature to the minor character in the trial. The Chicago Seven and this movie really sheds light on Who? Fred Hampton when he was 28 years old, Who really lad, this coalition in Chicago for activists and trying to make change and Bring people together and how would be FBI and how everyone else around him saw the Black Panthers as this very violent, negative group that should be taken down, and it's a Dunning History lesson. Interesting. So tell us a little bit about the performances in this in this movie. Okay, So Yeah. Daniel Kolya, who you may know, from, Get out Black Panther widows. He plays Fred Hampton. You've been nominated for a Golden Globe. Kinda stag nomination and I actually think that he could go on to win the Oscar. He plays Fred Hampton, and it is a He is a force in this movie. He I felt like I knew who Fred Hampton really watch based on Daniel's performance. And you understand why so many people were Drawn to his cause. And then how will keep Stanfel as William O'Neal was really playing this duality of someone who's so broken infractions that person to them kind of a go against his own community In order to Out of himself. And then you've got Dominic Fishback. People saw the deuce. She plays for Hampton's wife, and you really see a beautiful performance from her and see another side of Fred Hampton's. Well, Jesse Plemons, a fragment lights. He's in it, and Martin Sheen is just vile as Jager. Whoever this is a Stellar count. Yeah, I was going to say what a great color it is. And throughout this movie or really realizing like if you're thinking Well, why are we seeing this Historia again? Like why are we talking about this now? Well, I couldn't help. But think about the attack on the Capitol. How people view Black lives matter The death of Rianna Taylor. So if you know how Fred Hampton story and you can kind of see all of these parallels, and I want people to then think about it On See how can we change things going forward? How can we learn from the past and come together? How maybe the history birth books didn't get it right. How did they maybe lead us astray? Or how did people lead us astray about who said Hampton and the Black Panther Party watching? Very interesting? Yeah, it's starting and I got to talk to all of them as well. So those interviews are on my YouTube channel. If I'm on twin cities live today, it will be on there as well. And just to have these really important conversations. I thought, truly just honored to have the time of them to talk about activism and Fred Story and even hear from chairman Fred Hampton Jr. I'm about his dad was is great. Wow. How many tickets stubs for this one? Born half out of our tickets, jobs if you're not moved, or at least impacted or kicked in the God after watching us, I don't know what's wrong with you. Let's put it that way. I love it. All right. What else we got? So I'm kind of going on the other end of the spectrum. There's a small the club land. It's in theaters now will be available on demand soon. And here's Robin Wright as she directed as well as she plays, this woman, and Edie, who is really much is very plaque with Oppression and trauma. She really has a hard time being around people. So she finds out her only remedy is to shut herself off. Isolate herself in this rundown cabin in the middle of the woods and going nowhere. And what happens when this stranger kind of approaches her and gives her kind of this act of kindness kind of turn her life around again. This is kind of e mean It's kind of exciting to see. Robin Wright in another role, I'm sure because I think way. Haven't really seen her in anything since House of cards, right? Well, she was in wonder woman, but still like, Okay, so I haven't seen her in anything. But you're right. Though. She's very much known for, you know, Princess Bride four. Scott's house of cards, and her role in House of cards is It is incredible, and she directed some of house of cards, and here she is. She's the director of this film is well, It's good to see her take is a director and playing someone who was so like I have so much empathy for who et Woz and like, who would like to think about how do you get that place? Where all you want to be his old bone and not around anyone of what does that mean? How do you get to that place? And I thought, Well, could I live alone in the middle of the woods that I have? No. Can't do it. No, no, no. No can do. I would be terrible at it s O. M n deigning. Bashir damning on. Bashir plays this stranger and it's this lovely act of kindness and I talked to both of them is violin Robin talk about how this the last four years have been so ugly and she wanted to make the movie That was kind of the anticipated this and there's a lot of movie where it's just her on screen alone. It's just a great job essentially directing or something that you talk to her about. How do you do that for you? Direct yourself. And I'm no, it's It's a really lovely piece, and it's 88 minutes and it was like, Oh, my God, That's my favorite length, and this one is is this one is in theaters right now. Correct, but it should be available online a couple of weeks. It's from focus features, and they tended us the actual in these first and then we'll put it on demand. And, you know a little bit after that 3.5 out of five tickets ups for this as well. God, these there's two We've got a ton of other movies out right now, Barb and star Go to Vista del Mar. You guys heard of this one? Yes, apparently hilarious. Hi, hilarious. We watched it last night. And if you need a laugh and who doesn't go go on demand whether apple or on a man and just rent this movie and laugh yourself silly. It's Christian Mama. It's Kristen Wig and Mama. There were like best friends, and they play these too over the top characters that kind of like church basement, ladies in a way, where High pitched voices. They were cool. That's they go to Del Mar and Jamie Dornan is hysterical as well. And he plays this kind of dashing guy who may have a few tricks up his sleeve and It is just one of those movies. It is over the.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Staple in distress house good. He's still underrated. Okay I know he's criminally underrated he. I'll try watching it and I know you know I'll check it out from I wash it and I'm like I got to like slap myself. I'm going to be like Khloe do do you realize how good for the Moors and I'm like he's so good girl. I forgot like he's that good. Yeah oh I re watched I watched a couple of soda Friday night. Dinner which is like will love that show whenever we stay or whatever we do show bought dinner like APP at my Hacienda. We tend to watch each like gem. Montana came over and my dad came over. And what are we GONNA do. Watch the best show of all time Friday night it which you. You don't have to be a judy like it but I mean helps maybe a little bit but no it's you should please watch it Henry worker. It's the funny honestly. It's so good. It's hilarious. You'd CPAP straps watching it. It was the best thing ever Gemini was just staring like I've seen each episode. It's probably at least four times each like it's so well written like it's so good Papa. Strauss lost his his. He was loving. He didn't know what to do with himself without it was so funny. Yeah it's the it's so funny chicken. Oh please do. It's on Hulu. Yeah basically everything I recommend will be on Hulu. Netflix is sleepy. Yeah all right well that that might about do it. I thank you Unfortunately yeah so yeah. Yeah so next week on the show Khloe you know and I was. I told close summer so the next week on the show. We'll be doing queen and slim. Which is they knew? Daniel Columbia Bonnie and Clyde Esque Store Romance Crime Story Commentary so and that one which is in theaters now and so. We'll be doing that and probably some the other. Maybe a richer theaters the I was like. Please I'm going to see it so if you see it we can do it knives. Yep Yep sure we'll see yeah some may maybe knives out just depends on schedule all that stuff to see it a really sort of my mom. They got the Chicago not.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on About to Review
"There's a support link in the description of this very episode which has a direct pay pal link as well as a link to the Amazon wishlist. If you wanted to get something directly for the studio that would be fantastic Also follow the podcast on social media at about review view on facebook twitter and instagram. On this week's episode. It is going to be a brief one even though I said that frequently and and then I forget that apparently I like talking Yeah this is going to be a briefing by myself. Once again in the studio doing a solo episode the the first movie review is going to be four queen and Slim and then the last review is going to be Ford knives out both movies which are going to be in theaters. This week. As you're listening to this episode so yeah that is going to be on this week's episode. I feel like I said episode like five times. Just in the intro off to a blazing start all right so before we get to all of that. We'll go to the original theme song created by Damon. Randall of ill-mannered media. Let's all go to the lobby. Let's all go to the lobby. That saw bill to the LA. Aw as I mentioned. I'm going to keep this one a little bit brief. It is landing on the holiday week so those of you who are going to be celebrating Thanksgiving This is a brief once you can spend more time with with your friends and family. This year is the first year that I was not able to really coordinate. The annual tradition of the no ashamed November episode had a couple different guests lined up a different point and then scheduling just got crazy because of the holidays so there will be. Yeah no shave November episode. It will just becoming out in December because that is how I roll If you have no idea radio one I'm talking about with the no shame November. Definitely check those out That is an annual tradition. That I have done on this show where I talked various guest just about things that we enjoy for whatever reason and we use this as a safe space to talk about those things and get ridiculed by the other people people in the room so I will doing that type of episode coming up soon so stay tuned for that. But in the meantime go check out those past episodes the the Hashtag no shave November episodes They are always a lot of fun but the other thing also right at the top of the show. I have to give a shout shoutout to a local educator. Deborah Frail who is an instructor at shoreline community college as well as the Seattle Film Institute. So she actually attended the Seattle Film. Senate spent the Seattle Film Summit Panel that I put together the diversity in film criticism panel. She reached out to me and was like hey would you like. Would you like to and are able to come in and talk to my film history class at Shoreline Community College. It was a huge honor to get invited to that granted. It was like less than twenty four hours notice so I had to Scheffel some things around but they have the opportunity to talk to students and members of the community about film criticism and diversity not only in film criticism ISM but in wider film terms as well it was an honor. It was really really cool to do that. We spent about a little over an hour with the students. Initially elite like the QNA section. I was thinking maybe like ten minutes or so the QNA section actually lasted almost like thirty minutes. It was great. The students were really engaged. Asked some really great questions not just about kind of how do you start a podcast. But about finding your voice as a film critic and how how that process goes so thank you deb so much for inviting me to speak in front of your class. It was a lot of fun and hopefully That is something that we'll be recurring and I will stop in and talk to us more students so yeah just wanted to give that shout out real quick to to deb and the great work that she is doing at the Seattle no Film Institute and Shoreline Community College now onto the first movie review of the episode and that is Queen and Slim Lim now. This is directed by Melina not soukous. I'm a soukous written by Lino Waif by the screenplay she did the screenplay this actually was written written the story is done by James Fray now that is a name that I had not heard a long time just like obi-wan-kenobi and I was trying to place it and then when I was talking to a colleague of Mine Kathy. We're talking about this film and she was like. Oh yeah you know James Frey wrote wrote that and I was like yeah I cannot play the name a million little pieces. You know the book that Got Horn to shreds on Oprah. A A few years ago caused a huge controversy because of well blatantly lying and creating a lot of things so he does get a story in writing credit on this bellina worth truly did the screenplay and put in the work to get this on on film so this story Ori is basically as described a couples. I ate takes an unexpected turn on a police officer pulls them over. That is a very very simple description and this has been talked about and a lot of critics are talking about. This is the Black Bonnie and Clyde but really Oh really that kind of actually downplays the message and it kind of gives the wrong impression of these characters that that we follow through this movie now. What is interesting is this movie is called Queen and Slim not once in the film are either? The characters characters referred to as Queen or slim. There were multiple times. When as the story progresses I was kind of waiting for some character are either on the news real or somebody that they encounter on their road trip would kind of give them that moniker? Nobody he does. We only really find out slim's real name at the very well actually both of their names at the very end of the movie their real names so that was an interesting choice and it definitely felt like that was a conscious choice and even in the film you know a character does call. Oh them the Black Bonnie and Clyde so does not like random critics and reviewers came up with that on their own. Somebody in the film mentions that but personally I don't know I. It kind of bothers me a little bit mainly because Bonnie and Clyde if you know that story at all they knew exactly exactly what they were doing exactly what they were getting into. They went out with intent to rob banks and to commit heists and to be these kind of wanted vigilantes or vigilantes fugitives. That is not what queen or slim intends to be after they get pulled over when they go in this first date which that first date is not going well they most likely weekly would not have gone on a second date just based off of the interactions. We see on this first date but because of the events of the film film we see that relationship grow and evolve right in front of our eyes and that is where some of the interesting performances in the choices that the characters do come about because of this accident that happens win slim gets pulled over after their first date when he is taking her home. We basically get. I mean like I mentioned. They probably are not going to second date but because of this incident when they get pulled over they have this kind of forced compatibility and forced vulnerability between them like they basically are on the run right away very quickly into the movie. These strangers are on the run together and they definitely have some cantankerous moments within that but the bond that they develop as they are just literally trying to survive are fascinating and again like I was talking about before the bonding clad comparison. They were not drying due to survive. They were trying to get away with things and they were trying to push the boundaries queen and slim literally are running for their lives like they have no idea what the repercussions or the kind of do what the repercussions are of the incident. That happens but they a half to keep moving and in this film like the passion and violence go hand in hand when they're talking about this kind of of systemic oppression because as they are forced to bond over this tragedy they have no intention of becoming heroes they have no intention of becoming martyrs. They did not want the spotlight. But that's spotlight is thrust upon them and when they do start seeing newsreels and when they do start interacting with people who know about them do not know them but know about them him and they had this kind of hero status and both of them feel very uncomfortable with that in several points of the movie. Only very briefly. Do we get a moment. Maybe two moments were one of the characters somewhat embraces not necessarily surly what they did and the events that took place after that and the repercussions of that but at least they owned that moment in being like okay. We are at least safe right here in this space because they know who we are not for what we stand for because they truly. We're not trying to stand for anything. It was an accident it was a crime of passion but at least they were safe. Within that moment again. That was fascinating. The leads like talked with in this movie. Ziff Daniel Columbia who is just crushing it. I mean this guy over the past few years years has had incredible success and deservedly so like he is really good. You also have his counterpoint. Jody Turner Smith. Who is still kind of on her progression on her journey? She has not been in a ton of things especially not at the level that Kalou has but she is so good in this film and their chemistry is interesting because we see them going on this first day together which is awkward and weird like most first dates are as we see both both of their armor. Start to kind of break down you get these very nuanced performances from both of them and you get this chemistry mystery between them. That is very unexpected especially based off of how it starts so that Awkward Chemistry is just. Yeah it definitely is different than your typical narrative where they're GONNA first date. Everything is great ono a tragedy it it only makes them closer. They followed up all of these things. All those troops the awkwardness of these two as they build that relationship was a welcome change and a welcome just surprise so yeah great performances. Music was fantastic. Fantastic again this is pretty much a first time director Melina. Mitsukazu is very very well-known incredibly well known in the music video category. She did beyonce's formation. She has worked with Riana incredibly well known director for the small screen. This is a big swing to go from those to a story like this especially a road trip story where he had these allegorical moments and where they're going from Ohio where the story starts down south in there. The goal is to get to Florida and the goal is to get other places. You get these moments where you know slim is talking about how beautiful it is and everything. Meanwhile Queen looks out of the window and she sees a chain gang. You know from a prison doing labor hard labor in a field and she was like really though like is it beautiful so getting those different different perspectives where they are going on the same path going the same direction but their viewpoints are so different that they have this great chemistry so yeah Queen Slam in theaters to day as this episode drops on Wednesday the twenty seventh definitely go check us out the rating system for this podcast. If this is your first time listening if you're one of the students who is in the class that I spoke to welcome as I said trying to go back to listen to the earlier ones. The audio was bad. Things were awkward just listened to the new ones. They are much better it even though I talked to myself in the studio and ramble on about films but if this is your first time the rating system for this podcast only three choices says good bad.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on The Green Light
"We talking weeks hokey routine in that game and the stories round the League is look how NBA and this other one a a meltdown. We talking harder and harder Steph. Curry man out in always say chronic matter able ball in this folks and if l.. NBA This about NFL. A multitude of things appeal. No isn't it was his name. There isn't his name his name La- Keith or some Shit Daniel Columbia Daniel Columbia. That's his name Daniel. AINU Columbia Day N. I. E. L. Deo Colonia Movie v New Movie queen is Slim Ego Blue Cross. Blue Shield fucking fight girls this Nigga. I Sports Sports Blue Cross Blue Shield is a movie about. I mean fucking Queensland Queensland so yes it is really slim that's it don't look like the way too. Yeah they get stopped Fox grow grow down right there. That's no I know. This is slim at Queen's first date takes unexpected turn when a policeman pulls them over for minor traffic violation. There's this lady where she the pro sports college player chase young get suspended for borrowing money to fly his girlfriend to the Rose Bowl back in April. I hate the fucking trashes fuck. He broke the whole family. Member is back on. If you got money from the coach maybe okay but from his own family member. That's stupid let's go out. Let's see Blake. Fuck yourself because somebody in the family snitch. Bitch is crazy NFL. I know what you're talking about. A solution to jet football coach ashes here football trashes. Your you guys might not we make the playoffs. That's what do you mean the playoffs. See that will. We're in. I say that when we had a first place for I say that when we don't say tied we haven't lost a no one the NFC east in two years but when you lose to the Eagles in a couple of weeks you're going to be on it nuke exactly exactly fucking bitch you see. I'm trying to do some Bell L.. Let you know that your team trash to fucking giants. My Team Street trash trash. But as he got forty security and we'll try to play and nature four touchdown passes on a losing effort. Nobody deceptions he. Has the most touchdown passes in three last three games with them and how many wins is that we lost six. Not Yeah we dropped again to the Vikings when we don't get talked about enough hawks. I picked me answer Mr Wilson. I I call him Mr Bad man. Jesus he's bad or you think. Is We give them a little more. High Lamar is doing just fucking different. But it's close. Oh so you can't talk to the player. Lamar yes I think he can earn. You can still win. Yeah yeah because MVP remaining got a bunch of women for. We're not doing anything in the playoffs. Your mom but I think he. He earns that off the fact that it's the second year Gotcha. He's still kind of deserves. I'd I just know the patient's going to be in trouble and I say that because the teams that are looking to be the best in the AFC all have the type of quarterback that can give and has given Belichick and the Patriots Prompts Baltimore Pages in the playoffs. You money on Baltimore how are you. I'm not even win in Patriots Played Baltimore two weeks ago. I said the Raven's are going to beat the Patriots barely. Beat them. You're right no it'd be able to thirty seven to twenty but now oh. Belichick has a formula formula when he played cabinet check against scrambling. quarterbacks is fucking fucking terrible. I won't bet against them. You don't got to. I wouldn't either when I I I said I said the Raven's are going to beat the Patriots and still pick the Patriots because I just knew it was a smart picnic and then they beat him thirty seven at twenty. So I if the Patriots have to face the chiefs chiefs at the Patriots. Let's say you're going to get by like they always do. But let's say you got to face the chiefs and then the ravens. Those are two tough back to back games against quarterbacks who could make plays that can give them issues. I think the niners are for real. They gave him away last night. I don't think they're for real food for real what they're giving. Though like that deficit they're supposed to beat the teams that they play and it's not their fault that those teams aren't the best but I look at their schedule. They we almost lost the game to Pittsburgh whose son certainly something look good all of a sudden all these lands. You're right I the fuck that though my thing is when your best receivers Mayo Sanders and he just got hurt correct. That's an issue. Matt Brady went out in a tight ends so I don't know I think Lamar EP right. Now and Seasons another so season. Second Russell Wilson. Yeah not yet very close I won't be NBA Nine NBA. Oh steph curry. Got Hurt says last time we spoke I got a bet with EG egg. Shell too that the warriors he bet the warriors won't win more than twenty S S. We thought it was ten. He put twenty because I know him. Ray had ten twenty. He's he's a food. Yeah I think at the very least they're gonNA get like thirty. Maybe go five hundred starting healthy but you know what maybe they shouldn't even get healthy. Maybe it's she's not. It's not an you can't you can't go off when in back to back championships and being in the finals for like eight years in a row and then go let's tank through in your mind me. He'll looking good. Well tell you can keep your head of his out Sam Ashby. He looked like me on that plane. He's hurting your he. He ain't hurting us because he plan. So fucking fucking can use them. We don't need him there. Really Fuck Him Bitch. As Dion waiters he had an edible on an airplane in fucking doc. He was dying. Your Mommy kills someone else you sure about what the fuck it is black and blue bloom black but then look what..
Viola Davis, Richard Starkey and Steve McQueen discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
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Viola Davis's band of 'Widows' execute one last job in new trailer
"Viola Davis, out on a mission and the, new trailer, for widows which teams up Davis, with director Steve McQueen his Co. up, to twelve years a slave Davis stars as a widow looking to finish up our late criminal husband's, last job, in star studded cast also. Featuring Liam Neeson Robert divall, Michelle, Rodriguez. And Daniel Columbia look for that in theaters, November