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"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 Throwing Shade
"Exactly it's it's great it doesn't you can store underneath and heels protect everything it obviously wear heels. That are yeah. And it's gotta zipper on the crotch for mess rating. It's perfect perfect. Yeah yeah that's over very a hassle to take off sure but if you don't wear a shirt over your shirt okay. So you wear shirt your overalls and if you don't wear a shirt over that sure and you're cutting trees and trimming trees which i had to do because the who knows when these there juniper bushes so they have. The problem is that. They're they're bottoms are of bag. You know what i mean like. They got their real low to the ground. And it's just collects trash Have i told you this story before. But i'm riveted any kind of fresh name name. A piece of trash found in the yard emptied. Bud yes okay whenever you mean by that satellite dishes all of it mcvay by sir and empty. Budweiser i. If you don't if you don't wear a shirt over your shirt the pie needles or whatever you're trimming fall into your overall then then you're you get you get juniper pussy rash as i call it well yeah. Jpr time to watch the oscars. Because i was scratching an itching so much even want to watch them. And then i was like i'll just turn them on and i was like so relaxed. I just had a black kid. And i was like. It's so the union station. Pretty do you think soderbergh made a show for the people who were actually at the show. Instead of the people at home is that when as doing maybe but again i just i just sort was like this is kind of nice white noise. I had my laptop. I was working. There wasn't anyone screaming my face. No one thanks. Their kids are told him to go to bad. You know you're talking about old speeches. That people have done you go to bed kids. I love you like none of that bowl. Loan a just off the cuff being like because there was a in the debate thing. There was some trivia. Did you see this clip about going to say this out of context. Nece of seeing that on the internet delighted me to no end. Because i was like. Why is this song being played. Thank you so much. Why has glenn close. why like. Why is this happening. i actually did. It went an answer. I just loved that it existed in like a small from my quick google search. I it does seem like glenn close. That was not planned in which case that she actually knew all the stats on that spike lee movie and that song because it's one of the obscure ones but i also believe she is a sinophile and probably knows everything for finding finding your roots. You got to watch it will. It's very good and you're gonna learn stuff about her that you cannot believe and yet explains everything about her there. We got less than. I can't wait. but intraday had this great things so there was there. Were doing this sort of training thing. Yes where they were talking about some of the previous best song winters and they talked about purple rain and it was a guessing game of was it nominated was not nominated or did it win. And i 'cause they asked andrew o.'day and she was like I'm gonna say nominated because that song is too good to win it. This bullshit which i thought was so incredible. She was so out the company it was so funny and it turned out it was an this purple rain. Prince won best original score for it but purple rain wasn't even the song wasn't even nominated which is so crazy and then they talk to daniel columbia about whether or not last dance by donna. Summer had won or was nominated or wasn't even nominated and it did win it's year. I didn't even know. It was from a movie i had no idea. It's from a movie. Disco movie called thank god. It's friday on my list. Yeah why not. And then they went to glenn close a and she recognized the song but from again cursory internet search by the was a joke thing they were like was it nominated. I think the joke was is was supposed to be but see like wouldn't it be funny if we use the song to buy it and go to someone like glenn close for that song you know what i mean which is sort of like a little tired but fine but she knew it and if it's what i'm reading and she really just knew that off the top of her.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"daniel columbia" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Bye from NPR News. I'm core of a Coleman. The Supreme Court has a good read to you hear a major case about gun rights next term, NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the court could decide to expand rights to carry weapons outside the home. The case would be the first at the Supreme Court involving guns since New Justice Amy Cockney Barrett took the bench last year. Second, um, end mint advocates have been pushing the high court to address gun rights. More broadly, the justices had not addressed those issues in a big way for a about a decade since the divided court ruled the right to bear arms is an individual right, not associate ID with the militia. That decision by late Justice Antonin Scalia still allowed limits on guns near schools and other regulations to protect public safety. Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington The mayor of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, has to cleared US State of emergency ahead of the potential release of body Cam video showing a fatal shooting of a black man. Sheriff's deputies shot and killed Andrew Brown Jr last week as they were serving a day drug warrant. Seven deputies have since been placed on leave. The sheriff has disclosed almost nothing about the shooting, but says he'll ask a judge to order the videos release. Seven days, a protests and school students locally were moved online classes. By his president Harris will tell you knighted Nations members, the world must start planning now for the next global pandemic, NPR's Franco or Tony as reports. The vice president's virtual address comes as much of the world struggles to get Cove in 19 vaccines. Vice President Harris Come ends you night nations and international community for rallying to gather in response to the Corona virus pandemic. That's a courting to excerpts of the RA marks obtained by N. P. R. But she says it's time to prepare for the next pandemic. And that means each country must have strong health systems and the a bility to detect and stop unexpected threats. Dress comes is the binding ministrations prepares to markets. Ah 100th Day and office president by Innes expected to address his administration success fighting the pandemic and distributing vaccines. Harris says leaders should invest in science and public institutions to make sure there has searched to pass it. E so that every country is prepared for the next emergency. Franco or Dona is NPR NEWS. Washington took company Apple is a noun sing plans for a major investment in the U. S. Over the next five years from member station. W U. N. C. J Seuin Bruin reports on the investment in North Carolina. The total investment will top $400 billion and expand its work force. But more than 20,000 employees, North Carolina's Research Triangle Park will see 3000 of those jobs focused on machine learning and art. If it Shal intelligence, Apple plans to build a one million square foot in a vacation hub inside our teepee. And with schools like Duke and you and see Chapel Hill nearby, the company hopes to a to tracked a rich talent pool. Jason to Brew in reporting. Apple is a financial supporter of NPR. This is N P. R. There's controversy in Iran over leaked audio of Iran's foreign minister He's talking about the Iranian military is power over diplomacy, NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. The comments suggest diplomats have very little in flew inst in Iran for in Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, speaking in an interview that was not intended for broadcast made some explosive comments. One focused on the A sass in a tid General Qasem Sula Mani, hailed as a national hero in Miran The reef said Sulamani undermined his diplomatic efforts on a number of a K Asians, including he said, working with Russia to try to under mine, the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, according to the audio's A, Reese said, quote I have sacrificed diplomacy for the military. Comments. First, a peered on Iran international Iran considers the London based channel Ah ha ha! Hostile, pro Saudi outlet. The Foreign Ministry did not dispute Therese words but said they were taken out of context and don't represent a Fischel policy. Peter Kenyon NPR NEWS Istanbul This year's a cat to me, a words were handed out Sunday evening. The big winner was the film No man's Land it one best picture, and it's director Chloe Zhao, one best director. She's the first woman of color toe win the award. Films lead Francis MCD or Mint One Best actress. Other winners in clued in Anthony Hopkins as best actor for the Father. The best supporting actress was Yah Jeong Eun for her role in Minnery. First Korean toe win this award best supporting actor went to Daniel Columbia for Judas and the Black Messiah. Following last week's story, whether in the central You s the National Weather Service reports to him pictures today will be 10 to 15 degrees above normal. It's NPR. 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"daniel columbia" Discussed on Daily Pop
"But talk to us about it. Okay so for this one. It's going to be chadwick. Boseman go ahead and say that chadwick has been essentially running away with it this year and his has been on hand to accept these various awards. This is not just a fitting tribute to his legacy and everything. He did as an actor but his performance in rainey's black bottom is just incredible. It is stunning. It is just visceral and the person who should win as well. I know folks are behind anthony hopkins. There's a lot of folks heinrich ahmed and steven jahn. But i'm gonna give it to chad with not just for what he did onscreen but also for his entire body. I love you for that. I feel like the hardest category in this whole race is best supporting actor because there are so many great performances in this. Who do you think we'll take it. Who should take it. Okay so for this one. It's very easy because the person who should is also the person who well. I'm talking about daniel columbia. I think he should have won when he was nominated for get out so this is a fitting tribute that he's going to finally get his gold statue and he should win for his performance in judas in the black messiah be totally embodied every aspect of fred. Hampton's charisma is politics is fire and how he was really able to inspire an entire nation of young black to ask for more and be better and then was tragically betrayed by the informant. William neal. they'd by danville. And i also want to see that acceptance speech because we know what happened at the golden globes me day. Was that wi fi. I don't know.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"White House press secretary. But we don't have a date for that. The timeline has is at and a timeline at this point in time. Then a redundancy on grieving. We've been engaged closely with the leaders of Congress about determining that now that's a change because he said he would speak to both houses. Once all the covert stuff has been, you know. Distributed to his satisfaction. Now they're saying there's no date for it. There's no there's no, you know, reason to have it for You know, giving the distribution of the vaccine out there or whatever. So there's still have some chains on the guy. But I think this thing will see Thursday is probably going to be very rehearsed. It will probably be taped and they'll try the role of bias as something that was live. Really? No, I think I think that's what they'll do. You're not gonna broadcast that. But this is just my speculation. That it will be done on tape. And it will be done warts and all to make it look like it's alive. But in case there's anything hugely ugly there they can stop rolling. And then pick it up from, you know a spot that's a bit more contained and a bit more coherent. I don't think we're going to get a live speech on Thursday. Maybe live in some segments, But, yeah, we'll just wait and see. Well, no, we'll be able to detect it. You guys didn't come, You know, detect the stuff that's you know, recorded. And maybe that's the only way that he's ever gonna be able to speak to us is with something that's recorded and then cleaned up. You know, at the rate that it's going, the things that we've seen him do where he stumbled around and just do one on one, you know, interviews with news reporters, It's not good. It's not good. It clearly indicates that he's even gotten worse. Up in the old brainiac area. Since the election. And in a way, it's sad. I mean, you know, I've got to give the guy the benefit of the doubt, it said. He is the president, United States and we should have at least the president. United States is articulate and can put two sentences together. I think it's very important for keeping the world of these And we don't have that right now, and that could be that could be damaging in the long run. And at the same time, it makes him look feeble. Maybe he is. It makes him look weak. It makes us look weak is a result. Who are ideological enemies out there. You know, this is a time that we needed somebody like Donald Trump that can speak up. You know, that's good on their heels. That doesn't have to rehearse. Anything could just go for it and whether you like the content or not. But Donald Trump is in Florida easily. Right, right. All right, let's do some news right now. Kim Jae news time for Liz. Let's lay it out, and then I'll be back with more and a guest on K. M. J. I am Jane Use now California has modified its coronavirus restrictions Today of the six counties in the Central Valley. Mariposa is changing its level moving from the more restrictive red tear into the orange. The state is using new metrics and changing the reopening tier status. 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 changed. Jason Nathan's and ABC News Over the Wall Street where the Dow was still.
'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 GSMC Movie Podcast
"Welcome back to the GSM see movie podcast I'm your host Casey bomb. If you're just tuning in or skipping around a little bit I have given my reviews of the babysitter, the babysitter killer Queen and ready or not, and right now, I'm going to be talking about my top five horror satires of all time. So I've mentioned this before on the podcast, but there's a pretty clear distinction in my mind of satire in parody so. satires something that it has something to say, it doesn't even need to be funny in a lot of senses I think that words interchangeably but a satire is making a point. It's making a critique of something and that is all over the place in the horror genre and most the time. Those are my favorite kinds of horror movies. So you're not GonNa get like your scary movie on this list. That's much more of a parody it's. Pretty clearly making a joke about a specific horror film or horror films across the board. But in this one, these are horror films that have some sort of critique in them whether it be social or a critique of genre, and so let's get it started with my number five on this list number five is get out so I love get out. I. Think it is an excellent horror film. It's a satire of race and how that works in sort of the. Post Obama Post racial quote Unquote America that were supposed to be living in. That is pretty apparent that we're not. It's a critique of the liberal fetish of black people that's ultimately still rooted in white supremacy from the perspective of a black American ironically enough played by Black Brit Daniel Columbia who has a fantastic performance it's scary it's timely. It's deeply deeply original. It's funny places it's ironic in places it has something that really wants to say and Jordan Peele is such a fantastic voice in the directing world in the horror world so. I would be remiss if I didn't put him on the list somewhere and I think get out is kind of his crowning achievement right now. But I wouldn't be surprised if he puts out something even better in the future because I can only see him growing from here. So that's why I put it on the list. Now number four is another movie from a very critically acclaimed director one that I absolutely adore, and this is called the host by Director Jun Ho? This is one of his. Yeah it's like one of his first few feature films and it's also one of the first ones to blow up overseas not just in South Korea because he's a South Korean director. This is one that is not in English, you're gonNA need some subtitles. But if you haven't heard of this film, it's basically a giant monster movie that is both a class critique and also kind of a comment on climate change and how that affects specific people I think it is very funny in its character choices and it's irony. It's also deeply sad in a lot of moments. It has a fantastic action filled climax I love the design of the. Creature, it's both like weird and creepy it stands out pretty distinct from the pack. It's another very original film that has something to say Bongino is really great at making class critiques and this one in a lot of ways is more subtle. I. Think than some of his other ones as it's focused in its ecological commentary monster movies have always been a very fascinating comment on the state of our world and most of the time the state of the country that it's coming from and this one follows that trend. So I really love the host I. Think it's supremely underrated, and if you haven't already seen it, go check that one out..
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Because it is the most successful in terms of like critical acclaim. And Awards I. Think. In terms of any marvel movie, it's the only one that's been nominated. Won An Oscar. and. Only best picture can't. Box Office, it broke billion, one, point, three, four, seven, billion. As movie crushed, never category that can be. They. They were able to get rid of the popular. Oscar. Gushing. which was great. Right at that was terrible. Oh. I forgot people who don't know. The Oscars tried to create a category called the Popular Oscar. To be given out to blockbuster films, fills that people like more people enjoyed, which is essentially like a constellation cries. Trying to contend the entire MTV movie awards. No, asking for arrays in getting a certificate saying that you're rising star. You know. Sure, one, hundred, percent a hundred percent. Yes Kevin said why people need to chill out. Full stop across the board like there's that historic. Favorite CERT-. Favorite gifts is the skeletal one where he shaking his hands and he's just saying to call cassidy and I'm just. Constantly as a restaurant. You. Know we cannot be here for a million hours. I wish we could I want to make sure that we're giving. The appropriate map time to talk about some of the other amazing characters in his movie. I don't think we've said the word Koha. The so much. 'cause I mean I. I it has literally been my job for the vast majority of my career to cover the walking dead not the TV show. But the comments is where I started with it when I was a comic book journalist and I've been following the walking dead since the comic was in, I think the late fifties. So that makes me feel old because it reached one ninety three and I've been covering it in some capacity a for the entirety of its television run. Obviously, the walking dead is in quotes ending. But. Deny Niagara Time on the walking dead ended this past year. And to watch her meteoric rise has been phenomenal rate because she she was always good for that. But she just like elevated so much as shown. She you know I. Don't I don't know much of her writing, but I know that she is a very, very well respected and. Very very well read playwright. She's about to be a show runner for I even Hbo Max Show. I think it's HBO Max Americana. I don't know if that's HBO Proper Hbo Max? But she just like has blown up to this incredible stratospheric place that has been really excellent to see her in. To not only have the iconic role of machine which for some people right for some actors could be the iconic role you get to play because that is like such a breakout character from the walking dead universe and the walking dead whether or not you're laughing at it is mega popular, but she also gets to be a black. Panther and. That character. I don't know. I. Love I. Love this woman so much. I really really do I just love everything about this character I love her struggle I. Love like her her feeling like this torn allegiance between two Schaal and like his memory, and then like her duty as the as the head of the guard. Just everything about her and she's just such a freaking bad asinine. Carreira throws herself absolutely everything. So I don't know if we're going around the Horn of just like characters that we've loved this movie, we can all do an okay party right now I'd be totally fine. Feel free to hop in with whatever you want hop in with I just loved that character. Sosa so much. I mean, she's amazing. I love that she and Lupita our best on. The Up to think is starring in Americana Really. That's where I'm pretty sure that that's right. It will. That's I mean. She was always good for the walking dead, but there's just there's so much as she does this movie. Just in terms of. Her facial expressions and how she can change the mood of a scene just by like winking at someone you know and then all of a sudden she can go right back to being that militant like I'm ready to fight. The. She's just rich for this review two, which is amazing and I mean the characters just so great like throwing the WIG. During in the Casino so. And it's also just nod to. you know they were complaining about having to like wear wigs when they were going into the casino and talking about how silly it is. That's very much an Americanized like lack thing. To have a certain kind of hair. And got started thinking well Kinda and so it was really funny that that was used as a weapon like something you know she ate it. was. A sign of her erasing her own heritage she dot to use as a weapon against someone. Yeah I mean she's just don't. so much during the car chase scene she has so much trying to negotiate her relationship. with Daniel Columbia's hair too like. They you know they have some struggles because they're on different sides But you know. She really does invade that. Like The combination of just like she could be ruthless a warrior when she needs to be but she's also seems so kind in. And she notices. Which is Like my wife. You.
"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. 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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. 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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. 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"daniel columbia" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And so it's not about just wearing a pretty dress and walking away unscathed. It basically says if you tried to do something violent if you tried to enter a rough and tumble in violent world. How would you change? How would you survive it? And it's also thrilling like I felt like through many parts of it. I wasn't quite sure where it was going to go next. I think. Altman is kind of the name that was in the back of my head as well. In terms of one of those films that you pass through different worlds from scene to scene and different people. And you feel like you're kind of in the middle of one conversation, and then you pass through to another conversation. It was done really elegantly from both of them the director and the star. I got the sense that they felt like they were taking a risk in a way. Even though you're doing something that Hollywood finds very easy to do the heist film. I think they felt a kind of pressure the being people of color, and maybe not being thought of in this kind of John ra- work would they really be given a chance and the box office where it has not been fantastic out of the gate. And so maybe they were right to be concerned. But it was fun. The fun movie. Yeah. This is when I saw it in Toronto. What I said about it was I wouldn't be surprised if it was nominated for best picture and be surprised if it made three hundred million dollars, I feel like either one of those things or both theoretically could have been its future. But I think it's very rare to have both of those things happen like to have genre movie. Like this get its full do as a good film, which I do think has happened. But then to also have it be appreciated for how fun it is. I think when I got to the end of this movie the word that I used was satisfying. And I actually talked to somebody else who said exactly the same thing when they saw it on Twitter. It is a satisfying experience. And I think viola Davis so good in it. And there are so few films, particularly like an action hice type film that give this kind of role to a woman who is her age and gender and race and particular complexion, they're not a ton of those roles out there, and she. She's so good. Oh my gosh. The other thing is everyone's good in it like it should be a maybe that's called. Daniel Columbia's is are the game. Good. I don't know. Tell me what the movie is. I'll just. Staring into my soul incredible villain and Colin Farrell who I kind of forget about every once in a while. And then he turns in a performance that makes you just think like all right? That guy is good at thing. Yeah. Like sorta work. All right, Christina tell me what you thought. It would owes full disclosure. I am a scaredy cat. I don't love a violent film. So I did what I always do. When I go to see a movie that is rated R. I checked the parents guide. I am db. Nice to just see where the violence would be and what I really kind of took away from it was like yes, it was kind of violent. It wasn't as as I thought it would necessarily, but all of the violence, and the film was so well done in that it both was something that felt either necessary for the characters to do. But also that there was this kind of everyday quotidian like, Yep. This is just what we do. This is how things are done. These are the choices that we're making to be the people that we are. It was just a really interesting explanation as to like what violence can do to the characters in those films. And yeah, it was satisfying. Like, there was still the whooping in my theater towards the end. You know that experience that I love having in a movie. Yeah. It was amazing. I had such a good time. And I think it's so thoughtful about that violet. In the same way that it's not thoughtful about evil one of the things that I said when I reviewed it is like Daniel Columbia is kind of the most immediately menacing person in the movie, he's very scary. And it those same is that turn on you..
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"However, I'm not sure that like the Britishness of his perspective on these things is where I would put my finger in trying to figure out why this doesn't seem. Why the seems less than the sum of its parts somehow? Yeah. I don't think the Britishness is is the center of it. I'm just trying to cast around for answers to that. Same question is that why are so many of the elements? Great, and we didn't even mention that Daniel Columbia of the hero of get out plays this. Yeah. Era flying villain. He's he's great in the role as well. And so all of these elements are wonderful in many individuals scenes are great. This is Elizabeth DeBakey who is fantastic in her role as this. I don't know how you described her. But she's a a young woman who spent her whole life being pushed around, right? Her husband was abusive to her it's established at the beginning. He's one of the criminals in the ring her mother played by Jackie Weaver, and other, you know, A-List incredible actress in a tiny role kind of pushes her into this sort of high end prostitution job. I mean, she clearly is a person who has spent her life having decisions made for her by other people. And and there's this great scene where she is assigned by Davis to go to a gun show and get them all glocks for the for the hold up. And and she kind of finds her voice at this gun show and does a bunch of poll some ruses so that. She can get the weapons she needs. And and she's fantastic in that scene. And so each of these individuals scenes is a gem, but I still had this feeling almost as if they were parts left out as if this were a miniseries, and we were only seen the highlight reel if the entire thing. Yeah. I mean, so it is a very very full stocking this movie, and I think it were an I admired kind of admired all of the parts and wasn't sure about the some of them, even though I was grateful for having seen it. But what I found unsuccessful about this movie was it absolutely refused to high-concept execution on its own high-concept premise, so that scene that we heard is totally unrepresentative. You know, like, we, you know, we're women we're gonna pull this off worthy widows. We got balls, right? And and the rest of the movie almost almost studiedly disavows this approach to the material and instead is all about loss grief violence and. American politics and Chicago like, you know, the kind of ecosystem of political ecosystem of Chicago. And what I found was when the Jonah elements were kind of the fingers in the movie snapped. And the genera elements were asked to dance, you know, to kind of deliver the movie as a movie, they went together oddly in some ways. So you had very very real emotions, very re real social observation set against really improbable genre elements, and sometimes I kind of flimsy genre elements, and these two things together didn't form a coherent plan. That's Ed like every we're all Matt on. It though is making me want to defend it because I'm not I'm not happy with this. With our conclusion being three rounds of men. So on the one hand, we've all identified some kind of over and bishop's would overstuffed nece right on the other hand. Like there are so. Oh, many aspects of this movie that were extraordinary. And so wouldn't you rather see twenty of these year than twenty of almost any other type of movie, we've seen, you know, even the sheer fact that child care for the Heister stirs is an issue and comes up via Davis who is rich and does not have children in her care. Demands that they meet at eleven fifteen at a warehouse in the two single moms who are trying to like be in this caper with her like, but that's like a really that's hard. They're not like couldn't it be eleven fifteen in the morning when they're in school like what an amazing thing when you ever seen him worry about child care for for like, what a delightful detail, what what a modern detail what an interesting way to think about things and in some ways,.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"And that's why I went with the heat. I think Michael will there's a lot of time packing. What you just said. I think Michael man makes movies about professionals. What we have here are amateurs, and I'm not really. Sensing that real desperation that we get from not being that good at it. They're there couple of jokes about it. But from Elizabeth Vicki's character. But ultimately, it seems like it's running fairly cleanly for me the issue. I have is that you say he's not sacrificing his art house credit if you will. But I see that as not making concessions to the mainstream. The pope the grind house, the heist elements of it. He's film is really at odds with it. I like Daniel Columbia as this villainous character that he plays, but his character is so broad and so Archie felt like except out of a JAMES BOND movie where everyone else in the movie is really really grounded. He's just like menacing bad guy who kills people in unusual ways who listens to NPR in his car. That's not really the most like in an exciting thing for me. And it struck me as kind of this false note. I see that the way that the politics actually play out in the way that the heist and the politics stories ultimately converged by the end, and I'm not going to spoil anything. Obviously. But I see half of the story playing out and having consequences in politics, and literally the other half is completely ignored even though that would be just as consequential to the ultimate outcome of the story. The story in Chicago. I I see it as really unbalanced kind of messily structured movie that has saved by great acting and impressive determined style. Kind of in the middle. Because even though I find it to be an incredibly disjointed movie that I wish was more cohesive. I do think that on their own every single thing works really well, just in terms of how one part that. I'm thinking about is written in the other part. It's just that they don't merge while and with with Daniel Colonia, I think that might be one of the most haunting performances I've seen all year. He freaked me out. And I think what enhances those moments even more is not only is he real especially after get out where you fall in love with that character. And then seeing him turn on that inste- like super super Crete on the means. It's really really scary. But then similar to that conference shot. I was talking about earlier and in the way McQueen captures what he does. And it makes it even more chilling. There's two scenes with him in it that I think are just so beautifully designed from visual perspective that those might be two of my most memorable scenes of the entire year. I mean, the thing is disagree with you just a little bit. Like, I think Daniels character is so very real. If you look into cities all across the United States, and now many times, many of some of the most deprived cities, you walk three blocks away. And you're at a perfectly great will manicure neighborhood in this film showed that with the camera angle in the way things were shot when Colin fair was in a car what you're talking about is a direction of that camera. It's different than what we're usually seeing in films like that. And I like the fact that they tried to show how these communities are so tightly woven together as much as they hate each other as much as. Bigotry as much crime in all these things. Look how connected they were. Look how closely where you go to any city in America. And you see that. And I love that often tick nature of I also love Daniels character because there are so many people like that you don't really in in real neighborhoods. They don't care about anything. They'll shoot up people to look exactly like them all for the money, and he represented that villainous being. So I I thought it was really authentic. I I mean, I'm not like that, obviously. But you know, I saw the authenticity in his character. And what he was trying to portray pips. I want to say I understand. And I've heard other people inbred other other critics say that the that that the not so much that the I did feel that desperation in the characters in these four women. I the criticism was that, you know, for people who don't know what they're doing..
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"When you are qualifying your leads, what kind of themes, topics, subjects do you look for? So I think any. I think everybody side-hustle should be consulting if you're trying to quit your job, you know, and even if you're not trying to quit your job and you're just trying to like make an extra couple of grand a month. I think pretty much anybody I think could be offering consulting. I think the caveat of that is you have to be able. The thing that I think people go wrong in the people that we will try to weed out of our process. Even lent to our two thousand dollar course is individuals who are only focused on building a business for their personal gain. 'cause they're only in business like make themselves money to, you know, change their financial situation and they continuously forget about the person the client on the other end. That's not a good fit mainly because a business only exist to solve someone else's problem, not just solve your problem, but like your people aren't going to your clients in potential clients are not personal ATM. Machines to you. So I just think that that's a huge thing that we look for even are lower level products is, do these people have a heart to really impact in change in the lives of others in solve problems for other people? 'cause your business, it may be your baby now, but your business, the goal is for it to grow in of all beyond you in. It can't do that. If you're if if you're really only operating out of a space of like ego and what will this do for me? 'cause if it is a lot easier for you just go get a job and make more money that way versus trying to step the world of entrepreneurship in deal with all of this roller coaster stuff that we have to go through Higgs -actly and people can see through you in it. You can't keep up that sharia forever because if you're not delivering value in clear that she only wanted, but since seats and then you like just stepped away, then you know, that will catch up to you. So I'm glad you bring that up. Hey, guys. It's Michaela here with a quick word from our sponsors. Does that bestowed of side-hustle pro is brought to you by widows. The movie widows is a modern day thriller set against the backdrop of crime, passion and corruption from Academy Award winning director, Steve McQueen, and co writer and bestselling author of gone girl. Gillian Flynn setting, contemporary Chicago emits a time of turmoil, four women with nothing in common except left behind by their dead. Husbands, criminal activities take fate into their own hands and conspire to forge a future on their own terms. The film stars, viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez Elizabeth Vicky. Cynthia revoke Colin Farrell. Brian's hiree, Henry Daniel Columbia, Robert Duvall, and Liam Niessen and arrives in theaters everywhere on November sixteen. I don't know about you, but I know exactly where I'll be a November sixteenth in theater, watching widows. I have a side hustle, heck, oh to here and it's called skill share. You wanna know how I grow as a business woman. I keep learning. There's not a week that goes by that. I'm not checking out a refresher class or deep dive.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on The Watch
"And it has some elements of what I think people are reminded of wicker, man, but dec- this guy who is probably one of the most gifted, visceral filmmakers alive right now at hit something that's sort of this rustic, rural, horror genre really excited to see that's coming out in a couple of weeks on me two, I, yeah, yeah. What are you hearing about widows? Because I feel like that's been considering that it's the follow up to twelve years, a slave. I feel like it's been kind of quiet on that that front, it debuted to a very positive responses. Toronto. This is Steve mcqueen's new thriller action movie, essentially starring viola Davis and Elizabeth DeBakey, and Cynthia Revo number of other actresses and also Daniel Columbia and conferral. It's quite a cast. It was very well received. I think it's going to run into some of the same genre problems that Black Panther has that get out we'll have, which is that it will be celebrated kind of quote unquote for what it is. You know you and I know that's unfair. I think you and I probably wish there were literally ten times as many John removes celebrated at the awards and other award shows. But I, I don't know. I mean, I haven't seen it comes out November. It looks feels and sounds like a fun movie from nineteen eighty nine, but movies like that were never recognised in nineteen Eighty-nine. Nothing's are different. Steve McQueen is one of the foremost filmmakers in the world. He is hugely respected and it's going to get a lot of attention. Obviously, how it's received will see beyond the critics. Let's talk a little bit about green book because that was actually the last question I wanted to ask you, which is what's going to be the most annoying argument of this award season. Oh boy. Well, so green book won the audience award at the Toronto film festival. This is Peter fairly story of a white. Right. Man driving a black musician through the south. Stacy. It's a reverse driving. Miss. Daisy is the way it's been described it stars Mashal Ali and begun Mortenson. It looks like this year's the help or this year's Hidden Figures. And I haven't seen this either. So it's hard for me to say, but there is an obvious like saccharin chummy loopy, crowd-pleasing quality to the movie every critic, Christine. It has has clarified that whether they like it or not, Adam name and road for the ringer, and he liked to quite a bit. Yeah, I don't know if I'm dubious per se, but I find it interesting that this has become like a slot in the Oscar. You're talking about that widows feel of that late eighties thriller. This feels like a Castle Rock movie or something that it's like if Billy crystal was in it, I wouldn't. You know. I mean, it has like kind of that crowd-pleasing right down the middle, but by all accounts is just everything in it. Performance wise is just that much better than it has any business being. Yeah, my hair is kind of standing on end about the future of the think piece around this movie. You know, like I'm really not excited about the conversation around that. A lot of these movies I think will be subject to think piecing of the universe, and then we'll do. Plenty of that work too. It's not like we're innocent of that, but it's interesting. I mean, you know, obviously, Peter fairly of the fairly brothers who made there's something about Mary and kingpin in this series of hilarious, gross out comedies, making a shift towards something that is a little bit sweeter and a little bit more serious is notable. I think honestly, him being a white guy will be a topic of conversation and telling that story. So that is all this other aspect of breaking down a movie like this. I don't know. We'll see what happens. Okay. Well, we'll definitely have you on multiple times over the next couple of months to talk about this stuff, but I just wanted to get a lay of the land for thanks for coming on Sean, Chris, thanks for having me, and let's get back to the podcast of our friendship. Thanks again to Sean. We'll talk to miles about better call Saul coming up right after this break..
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
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"Is to everything but i it it did strike me when watching this movie that like it's not only cool what kiana reeves is doing but that he is doing it yeah yeah plus it is interesting i mean it'd be really interesting to kind of delve into this more this idea that it's like meam like in what way does the meam then go back into the script so like you were talking about schindler's list in relation to taken i just watched the movie the gray the other day and i was thinking about taken in the context of the gray you know i'm watching liam niessen but i'm not just thinking of liam neeson's the character and the graham also thinking as the character from taken you know so it's weird how we kind of i dunno amalgamate all of these various things like fuck man you watch american made the new tom cruise film how can you not see him as you know the guy from mission impossible or fucking from top gun or days of thunder or whatever right like all of those things are compressed and this does have to think about this when doing this you know i'm sure they think about it yeah i think that these days with just the internet and memes in general i think that perhaps it's going to be harder for actors to to break out of these these roles like i think another good example is when i saw black panther and daniel columbia's in it like i was just thinking about get out the whole time like like the idea of him dressed up in african garb i was like nope now by that is that is chris washington from ghetto i know but but no i mean you get you get actors like like meryl streep everyone is like oh my god she can morph into anything and i feel like there are certain actors that are able to transcend the mimi vacation of them you know and and i can i can watch meryl streep film and i can see her in the momentary role that she's in without the inter textual kind of relations whereas some actors i can't kiana reeves i can't i view him as bill or ted i'm sorry in right but i think that he's he or somebody or his agent.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Yeah it feels like it's life it's social commentary as the conversation of white people and black people it it is everything when you were making it what was your main intention to make a horror movie to make a film that commented on the world we live in i wanted to make a movie that i was sure if i will watch it with an audience a black people you would hear the words oh this business drinking some milk i wanted to get a movie that we could yell at the screen right i wanted to make a movie that would sort of honor that audience that never has gotten our movie and so that's that's what it was about for the cold sir i had to do it and and i was just i was blessed with just an amazing cast for i i mean i never directed a movie i get i'm getting to make a movie with catherine keener right with bradley whitford with daniel columbia the best my favorite actor in the world he's phenomenal in the phenomenal alison as well as lazing just a team that you have in the movie but like what connected with people is the fact that it was so real it doesn't it's not exaggerates it just feels real an it's an subtle real it's it's it's truth that works and the fact in this in this movie the truth is is horrific and i wanted to take you know the so so much of the the black experience in this in this country has been all a horror it's been a horror wow and so i said that's that's the perfect john rea to show my truth and to show my you know the story i've never seen with the golden globes i'm sure you saw people online going crazy and they were like wait why get out being considered for for best comedy like get out is not a comedy get us not a comedy and then you tweets it out get out is a documentary yeah just some people like wait.
"daniel columbia" Discussed on Probably Science
"Wow that sounds dramatic to the child via yeah well you know kids movies have to have some vrgin these days you gotta have stakes speaking of that oscar talk before we get into islay logistic or it's the academy of arts and sciences had to signs of film eight the science wants to a separate daytime event they show a five minute clip of did you any pine the nerds avert your eyes hit his his his might my thing about the oscars i i think it's not fair the gary oldman won best actor like doing an impression of winston churchill oh that was churchill like i don't think it's fair that he should be in the same category as people who made up their character from nothing i liked that of like like they split up the screen plays into two separate categories he hosted adapted actor yeah i think it should be like i think you should be daniel columbia and get out should should've one best original actor and gary oldman should have won best adapted manner to seventy percent of the job is done for him yeah you show of video of churchillian go that do that right look like that and sound like that deal as lesley missouri old man so he was built for the let's let's not even from another continent the trains the accident so he's he's ninety percent that it was uh a nuclear oh he had to go on was like the script and a few conversations of the director as to what he wanted out of it but like he had to create that from nothing we get out didn't happen.