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Truth vs Hollywood
"Welcome to truth versus Hollywood I'm David, Chen and A. Truth versus Hollywood is look at films that are based on a true story, but we don't just talk about the film. We also talk about that true story. On this podcast will touch on what really happened. How that differs from the film and why and we're not just talking, heads will hear about the true story through interviews from experts, witnesses and people who were involved in it. It's both the real facts and the real facts are l. fix. What do you think that Joanna I loved it today Ridge? Today! We're talking about Martin. Scorsese's classic film Goodfellas Goodfellas is based on the book Wiseguy. Nicholas Pathology which, in turn is based on life of Mobster Henry Hill Hill was actually alive when the film came out and was very pleased with his film based on him, and as we'll talk about later, it definitely had an effect on his life. Pathology worked with Scorsese to write the screenplay and the film was. was a complete. It nominated for six Academy Awards and won one Joe Pesci for supporting actor. It's considered one of the best gangster movies of all times. If I put it on their list of one hundred years, one hundred movies and the Library of Congress decided that it was culturally important and added it to its preservation archives all right well. Let's get to the movie itself. It stars Ray Liotta. Hill Robert Deniro as Jimmy, the Gent Conway, who's based on Jimmy the Gent? Burke Joe Pesci as Tommy devito based on Tommy desimone Paul Sorvino Paul cicero based on Paul Vario and Lorraine Bracco as Henry's wife Karen Hill. Many real life figures at this movie was based off of an apparently Henry Hill ended up getting paid five hundred eighty thousand dollars because of the use of historian, this movie, which is a lot of money to pay to a mobster who has done very horrible things you know in watching this movie again. John Robinson one of the things that. I kind of realized you know or reflected on is the fact that we've been lost you decades seen so many movies about bad men, doing bad things, and that this movie kind of one of the prototypical examples of how they can be glorified an elevated in this. Movie makes that lifestyle look really glamorous while at the same time depicting some of the negative consequence lifestyle, but at the same time it does rubbed me the wrong way that like the people who are involved often are rewarded. We also saw this Martin. Scorsese's Will Wall Street as well. Similar dynamic, there so I'm kind of curious like as you're reflecting on your overall experience of watching the movie, and now that we know little bit more about what happened with the real life characters, and we're GONNA. Talk about it during the courses podcast like. How did it strike you that? This is based off of Real Person I. Think Scar says he couldn't have picked a better release. Go subject to to glum onto here than Henry Hill because though he is gangster and he's fully involved in this gangster life, he is a the likability of this character, which is really what's Cortesi was going for I've seen interviews. We talked about the nineteen thirty two scarface, which was the first time he ever saw. Gangsters depicted as really likable. When you Henry Hill. And he does terrible things, but he's a gangster who is a little squeamish. We see this the film and it's corroborated by true story of his life. He was violent crimes, but he wasn't a a mass murderer and You know the the charisma of him. I think is really important. He wasn't one of the most vicious people in this story. And so I think you're making good point that like. If you're GONNA choose an entry way into this world. Henry Hill is probably the ideal candidate in this case so. Well, the film opens with three men driving in a car, having a seemingly normal evening. It's then revealed that there is a captive in the trunk and than shortly after him, we mmediately get Henry's voiceover with the iconic line as far back as I can remember I always wanted to be a gangster. It's one of the most. Openings and Awesome History Joanna Robinson after nearly three decades. How effective did you find this opening? Well, it's funny. I did not see I was eight years old when fellows came out, or maybe nine so I did not see it in theaters and I didn't see it until later in life and but by then it already seats into the culture because it was so iconic. You know there's. Maniacs good feathers, pigeon parody, and like all sorts of stuff, so I'm going to wear of the beats of it, even though the first exposure to goodfellas was. Is what you're saying. Thousand percent absolutely. But you know so by the time I had seen it. I had also seen so many things that had imitated it, and this is true of like so many of our great films like by the time you get around to watching it. Maybe you seen a bunch of people. Knock it off and so you're like well. How groundbreaking? Is this
"david chen" Discussed on The Filmcast
"To choose between two things right rooting for David Chen to win the summer the movie wager which I know most of you will or rooting for Quentin Tarantino's ninth film once upon a time in Hollywood to do well at the box office and I think the choice is really really clear between those two things I mean visit is definitely clear. We all know what the correct choices between those two things Dave Chen winnings are moving wager as is his rightful place and this move later or an original bulled interesting movie and making a lot of money. I mean like those could not be more clear. I think I I don't think I think I make more clear than that. Even by describing it differently so <hes> interesting times that said finger you are heavily favored right now so eh you may Aclj yet so anyway lot of interesting news going on this week and we are going to get to more of it in a bit but first. Let's talk about some been watching the only person who's been watching anything this week as me and I had a chance to watch a couple of things I'll just mentioned them really quick. First of all Alex new movie crawl is out in theaters. You guys heard about this movie. Yeah Horror Movie Right Yeah Horror Movie. It's basically <hes> man or woman face off against gators. That's the that's the movie in a house gators in a house. GATORS are supposed to be in a house. I agree with you. I agree with you. I found this movie to be a lot of fun. I thought it was really well done. If you're looking for a horror movie that's like contained in one location. I would recommend it. The main actor Kaya Sco Ladera scored alario <hes> she plays the protagonist Haley. She doesn't amazing this is this is a shoot that looked like it was hell like when I when I'm watching it. I'm like this looks like it's uncomfortable to be doing what you're doing like. They're they're basically like underneath. A house. Right is where a lot of the movie takes place <hes> and where it's like filthy there's mud everywhere of his dirt hurt. <hes> and I'm just like what I feel bad for the people who had to do this movie but they commit so much to these roles and the gator affects looked pretty convincing. You know I think overall unimpressed with the ambition of this movie looks like a pretty low budget movie but the try to deliver a lot in terms of visuals particularly visuals involving water because there's a hurricane going on. That's why these people are trapped in house with gators and yeah I just really quite enjoyed it. I think Alex is one of the modern masters of horror and he did a great job making this movie crawl which is out in theaters right now <hes> fingers was this on your radar at all. I know you're also Alex Fan. I love his stuff. I actually just checked. Take the art thing he made last year to which was kind of cool like horror movies in three sixty degree video. He's really invented filmmaker so I'm down with anything he does. <hes> I just watched piranha three recently still a ton of fun. Yeah I was impressed us with his <hes>. Remake of the hills is obviously high tensions when the movies are put him on the map that came in two thousand three so big Alex Japan and I think crawl is just like a really Nice Fun contained horror movie mostly set in one location with some great performances and some neat visual effects so <hes> would recommend checking it out. It's a movie that I think is GonNa get lost in the shuffle this summer but I think it will find an audience on home video and if you have a chance to see in the theater with some people do so movies crawl also I had a chance to check out master Z.. If men Legacy Oh Nice Masters Z. Van Legacy has a great trailer yeah has a great trailer and it is available right now on a Blu Ray <hes> and the thing that sold me on getting this movie is that it is <hes> it stars Michelle Yeoh <hes> and actually I should mention <hes> that also stars Dave Batista and Max Zang..
Apple fixes new and noteworthy sections
"Apple is reported to have finally fixed the new and noteworthy sections. We reported, they were stale and broken in November twenty seventeen and we reported them again in August. Twenty eighteen new, no worthy is possibly the only apple section that uses ratings and reviews as part of their algorithm. So it's good news to see that they're finally fixed and tail and interactive podcast app, heavily some data showing the effectiveness of visual accompaniments to podcasts as pioneered by the company. How important is it to get the loudness of your podcast on news briefing, correct for smart speakers? What if this was the BBC's news briefing on the Amazon echo? Then all of a sudden, it would be as quiet as this, and that's a bad thing for everybody. We linked to the reviews for the BBC's news briefing. Don't be like them boss, John junior, a podcast studio app for the iphone and ipad has had a significant. To upgrade with a new look and an additional cloud based feature. The producers MP three files author to the correct loudness the cloud-based of it saves battery and speeds up production Lipson are making an announcement at eight thirty AM Pittsburgh time today. Follow us on Twitter to find out what it is, which is simply pod news cast of kings podcast about game of thrones has ended. One of the hosts David Chen, writes, a piece looking back at the podcast and how it changed his life, including this. I got married to a lovely woman, he says, who I met because she was a cast of kings listener. We've all been there, the CBC's Annamaria tramonte who's the host of the CBC's current affairs show. The current is stepping down to focus on podcasts and not directly related to podcasting but interesting nonetheless off calm. The UK media regulator has just published a report on the UK. Video on demand market in podcasts today, we mentioned biceps and banter, which contain stories of physical and mental resilience just launched it promises to tackle preconceptions about health, wellness and strength. In a way that will leave you feeling lifted and ready to take on
"david chen" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Maybe we can drop it in the show notes. Just in case because I'm going to be leaving the country. And in case, I I'm not able to podcast with you guys over the next few days. I just wanted people to be able to check that out. If you're interested in more endgame discussion. Yes. Okay. Send us your feedback. Questions. Comments concerns to Peter at slash Mecom. And please leave your name and general geographical location in case you mentioned the Email on the air. Please re this podcast, and I tunes. Tell your friends spread the word. We'll see you. Hello ruined David Chen here. And today, I'm joined by Brian j Rohn from the film stage show, we just show that I have been known to enjoy from time to time. And the reason I wanted to talk to Brian today is because you know, I saw a message that Brian had written about a vengeance. Endgame on. I think it was letterbox, and you had linked to your I want to say one and a half star review of the film. Yeah. He's actually just a half star just half star. Okay. Sorry. I got that wrong. Doing myself. No favours already. You'd linked to your half star review of vengeance in game. And overall, I have not spoken with anyone who doesn't like this movie. But I'm in general curious about other points of view like I just I it's I'm not in your head. I'm not thinking your mind space, you know, and and I want to beat no, I'm just joking. But I'm curious. I wanna know I wanna understand like why someone would have such a violently negative reaction to of engine game. And so I'm like, hey, let's let's talk about it. So there's context. For why my reaction is. So extreme I think that at a certain point if this had been released in like summer instead of pre summer new summer, whatever we want to call this season. Now. I might not have reacted so strongly to it. But I guess the essential context is that as we sit here talking. It is the twelfth anniversary of one of my best friends like killing himself and so. When it comes to portrayals of loss and grieving in movies, and really media of all kinds. I have a certain sensitivity to it in general, and like this weekend in particular, definitely. So so I left the movie, and we're full spoilers upfront right Infinity war ends half of everyone is wiped out. And this movie opens they go try to stop Santos, or or, you know, get the stones back and then they fail and then it cuts to five years later. And I feel like given that kind of weight given that kind of time to sit with the tragedy sort of gives this movie a little more juice emotionally than I think it was prepared to deal with at that point. It's not just like, you know, the ship is sinking. We have to save everyone. Who can it's the ship is sunk to the bottom of the ocean, everyone's dead and the world has been moving forward. I won't say it's moved on. Because clearly it's difficult to move on from something like that. But you know, people have been trying to start their lives or restart their lives and the movie and the end of the day becomes the story of a bunch of people who are so viciously in denial over the loss that they've suffered both in terms of the battle and the people that they just refuse to move on. And they turned that regressive static denial into this attempt to undo what has been done and the way that the movie works the undo it in like the most horrifying way possible by bringing everyone back the instant that they disappeared but five years in the future..
"david chen" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Right. As far as I know. I mean, I haven't been able to track the traffic obviously in the three years since the dissolve went off the air. But at the time, it certainly was, and it certainly the thing that seems to have the most. To reach in terms of professionals like John August discussing it on their podcast in terms of feedback that I've gotten over the years from people in the film, making industry about how this article has been discussed in in story rooms in writers rooms, it seems to be the thing that's had the most impact on people and in a very small way. Like, I I know that trinity syndrome is now taught as a concept in screenwriting classes in storytelling classes in fiction writing classes because I've heard from teachers who've who've brought it up in her teaching of as a concept. So in terms of impact, it's it's probably certainly been the most enduring thing I've ever been shaped the cultural conversation on this topic. And you shift the way I David Chen look at films like whenever a quote, unquote, strong female character appears NFL, this is the article, I think about right. So can you sum up Trinity's on your just for those who don't know? And then I want to read some of your questionnaire here two things for useful a. So what does it mean thrust of this piece, which by the way, I think one of the things that prompted it was the introduction to hiccups mom in how to Greg in to right? We introduce his mom, and she kind of suffers from trinity syndrome away. But yeah. Veritable came from seeing a relatively close together the LEGO movie, and how to train your dragon to which both introduce these female characters who are just really interesting. They're they're tough. They're funny. They're serious, they're complicated. And then they don't do anything in the movie except standby as the male protagonist meets them, surpasses them and save their life. And it it made me think of trinity in the matrix, and how trinity has just one of the most bad ass introductions of a female character in cinema. And then just pretty much spends the rest of the matrix just kind of like watching as a as Neo like walks into the story as a complete unknown who I mean, he is the one he is the chosen one with all the skill and he he comes in able to do nothing, and then he learns from her surpasses her and takes over everything. So the idea behind trinity syndrome was just it's at the time that this was written. The the idea of the strong female character the character, the female character who isn't a sexual prize for the male protagonist to win who has her own interests in her own abilities. And is is tough. And rough and kick ass was a big thing in the culture and the idea behind trinity syndrome was affectively. Okay. That's a great first step now. Once you've introduced you're super bad eskimo character Hafer, do something anything that's important to the plot. Have her want something anything that's important to her. An ultimately it just comes down to lake is this a character. Who does something in the story? Or is it just a character who like looks really cool when they're posing and kicking people's asses. And I think you have a questionnaire at the end of his article that is I it is a questionnaire. I have applied to movies I've seen right when I watch a movie that has a character like that. I think back to this questionnaire and just re this there's a nine eight questions here. But I'm not gonna read them all just read the first few. Question one after being introduced as your strong female character, then failed to do anything fundamentally significant to be outcome of a plot. A question too. If she does accomplish something plus significant is it primarily getting raped beaten or killed to motivate a male hero question. Three could your strong female character. Be seamlessly replace of a floor lamp with some.
"david chen" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"But if they're getting trucked by teams like Washington, maybe at some point need to start reconsidering that yeah. And maybe it wouldn't Evans comes back. They just don't have enough playmaking. But I mean, it's really been the defense that's fallen apart these last couple of games and oh depots an important part of that. But the deepens held up when all the depot was out the first time we may be just mentally knowing that he's gone for the season as opposed to. Hey, let's hold down the Ford into our star gets back is a little bit different of a situation. Other Milwaukee's Dunton even Chen's oh isn't a walking. But he hasn't played since January first now with the he'll issue, but with Pat Konitz in sterling broad having a merged the trade for George hill. David Chen, Zo unlikely to be a factor. Even when healthy Minnesota Jeff Teague had ankle issues. Now, it's left foot soreness that's causing a MRs last five games. Ryan Saunders did say that Robert Covington is ramping things up in his recovery from a right knee, bone bruise. And dig it was kind of a four to six weaker at the beginning of January, but seems like one of these things where they'll probably just wait until after the all star break Titus Jones. Also missed his seventh straight game and de roses kind of been in and out of the lineup with his own ankle issues. We talked about New Orleans injuries for the Knicks. Emmanuel moody has the right shoulder strain. Looks like he's to be out through the all-star break. At least Frank nil. Kina same thing with the Greenwich, and he's really with an ankle than a grain. And he's really had a totally lost year due to injuries when he hasn't developed, but when it's not one acute injury that has the guy missing the whole year. You can kind of forget that you know, let's say you play thirty five games. But you do it in three ten games since than you miss the rest of the season. Like that that can be something that doesn't really sit in our consciousness as much, but he'll nil Akina really needs some playing time to take a step forward. And it's been available for him. But it was able to get it. Treat Burke a played a lot today and the unicorn net the corner has also out a couple of weeks with an ankle injury. Whilst we got her. The Phoenix Suns are dealing with. A trio of ankle injuries. De'andre Eytan just missed a six straight game. With a sprained ankle Melton could be out until at least the all star break in teach worn is also missing time. And there was also I believe some reporting that the sons are not looking to trade TJ Warren, which I mean, he's he's played. Well, this year the shocking surgeon, his three point shooting is something that will keep an eye on whenever he returns, but they have so much uncertainty. Overall. I was a little bit surprised to hear that men. Maybe it'll change, but you know, good to see him do so well this year for Philly Marquel? Foltz has been back with the team. But still hasn't been cleared for basketball activity, a little odd. They're having you'd think he he went to L A. Rehab..
"david chen" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That's part of the boys. Don't believe me. Not much, Sal. Would say the same thing. It's like all we have to that that feels offensive. We're going to call appalling, my wife jokes about touch argue jokes about it all the time, I'll be making mashed potatoes and steak and she's like, David Chen. We have some vegetables in here. Like what's vegetable I got I got a potato, right? That counts. Right. I mean, like all of a sudden Trump was saying, you know, woman Malania she belongs in the kitchen. Now, that's not what he was saying. I know she was a great career woman before we met at all of that. She was a great business person. But once she was under my spell. She knew her place. That's crazy. It's absolutely crazy. Speaking of food real quick. I don't know if you've heard this or not crispy creams gotta deal over the next couple of weeks. If you buy a dozen donuts crispy cream, they'll give you another dozen glazed donuts for free. Do you see this is genius? This time of year. I mean because people why because people made resolutions to lose weight. You gotta wonder dip at all. Jacket for donuts. Do your numbers dip, if you're crispy cream because of the resolution, I don't know. Maybe I'm just guessing that might be part of it. The other part that I mentioned the David affair was would it be diabolical enough that if you worked with someone you knew was really trying to stick to their diet? But the crispy cream was the SaaS. Boy, that's where you could trip up the just a mess with that person you're bringing in a coupla hot dozen crispy creams. How many times that happens? People are sitting there smoking a cigar in front of me, a fine cigar and have three or four desk..
"david chen" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Hello. And welcome to the flash film cast. My name is David Chen. And with me are vendor hardware, and Jeff Kenna. Welcome to the show, everyone what we're going to do here on today's podcast is discussed some what we've been watching. We gotta slash film court later on where we're gonna Judah Kate a movie related dilemma a series of movie related dilemmas, actually, and then conclude with an in-depth review this week. We'll be reviewing overlord the new bad robot production directed by Julius Avery looking forward to talking about this movie with guys. So I mean, we we had our choice of movie review for this weekend and overlord girl in the spider's web. And also the Grinch all came out, and it was tough. It was stuff there. The Grinch was really holding out. Well, the the Greek actually the dominated the box office and overlord Goldens better. So unfortunately, like, basically kind of. Movies that that we want, you know, in the theater, right? They like adult dramas mid budget rape, both are around forty million dollar budget. Both those movies did really badly. So foretells a bleak future for people who are into non superhero films or non you know, children's movies at the box. It's like some creature snuck into their house at night and stole everything that they cared about nicely done. Jeff, speaking, speaking of nicely done. You know, this is the first time in ever, I think that prior to this podcast. I had to text one of the co hosts and say, hey, Jeff, don't worry about joining us on the podcast. If your house is being evacuated if your if your city is being evacuated life in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. Well, what what is going on? You're you're in imminent or are you in danger? What's going on over there? I am danger. Adjacent dangereux Jason. And I will probably talk of it flippantly, but that is only to mask the abject terror that is actually in my heart. I I've never been scared of anything like I'm scared of the last couple of days, I live in the San Fernando Valley and ensure you heard about the massive wildfires that are all over the state of California's terrible northern California. It's terrible here in southern California Malibu. Many many many homes and lives have been lost Malibu is connected to the San Fernando Valley via series of canyons. Those canyons are all burning and it isn't crouching closer and closer to where I live in fact. You know, we two days ago is when it broke out. We were very very scared that day. I literally did the thing that you talk about as like a a thought experiment at dinner parties, you know, the thing where somebody says if you can only say one thing from your house. What would it be? I I lived that. We got a go bag packed. And we decided what things in our house. We would take with us if we had to leave. I went back and found like old journals from college that are irreplaceable and some photos that I don't have digitally and literally went back and took inventory of everything I own and what I would not want to see perish and to video of my house and took lots of pictures for eventual potential insurance cleanse, and literally looked around my house and thought of everything being gone, which is the reality for a lot of people. So. I'm certainly not in the worst of it. People are already living that but then the the day after that the winds subsided. We have Santa Ana wins here in southern California. They're very gusty and really the cause the cause of of this tragedy that the fire would not have spread like it has without those winds, but we had those die down and my family, and I was very smokey. And I have young children two year old and a six month old. And so we were worried about the air quality. And then we went down we decided to just take the day and drive down to Long Beach to get as far away from it as we could. And we just went down to the aquarium..
Olympic Committee moves to shut down USA Gymnastics after abuse scandal
"I'm Jim Taylor. US Olympic Committee wants to pull the plug on USA gymnastics following the sexual abuse scandal involving a former team doctor USOC seeking to revoke USA gymnastics status as the designated governing body for gymnastics at the. Olympic level. Olympic historian, David Chen ski says this will trigger an automatic appeals process and probably won't affect any current competitions came to that. And there's a rebel -cation or even a suspension while the processes going on. Then I would think that the United States Olympic committee will temporarily try to help gymnasts continue to
"david chen" Discussed on The Filmcast
"I mean, I think the the potential boom goes the dynamite with the mask could have been very extensive because we even have the venom dog just like a mask dog. I think I think this movie borrows from the mask liberally. It is. It is. Yeah. Yeah, almost a rip off of them. It's like not quite one hundred percent of comedy, but it almost is. And if it was it would be the mask. Fun movie. David Chen did tweet about this movie. He has seen the movie, so I thought I'd read his tweet for so that we'd have a little David Chen on the spot gas, even though he got rid of him Peter come on. He says, the venom is the room of superhero films. Both films take place in San Francisco, both are loaded with painful cringe worthy dialogue that feels like placeholder for the real thing in both. Haven't seen manic central performance that kind of make them worth checking out. Not amount, I guess he could. He could have formulated that in a boom goes the nine of my way. I know. Well, there you go, David Chen weighs in on venom. So I guess all of us say, you know, you can have a worse time at the theater, but also, you know, don't have to go to the theater to hitter. Yeah, wait till it gets at home, and you literally just have to lift your head up and watch the movie. That's all unless you're those three guys ahead of me because my goodness, I've never seen anyone enjoy a movie more than those dudes. They like they were just having the time of their lives and I didn't even have normally in that situation, I'd be like, hey, pipe down. We're all you know, that's, you know, be felt like they were. They were talking all managing see that. Oh, man. And I was like, I can't even harsh. This guy's mellow into the movie. It's like less of a problem, right? Yeah, they're having way too much. It might press screening out, say that the the, the all critic audience laughed, maybe two dozen time, like very loudly. And I was very unsure. I, I'm still unsure of like if some of these notes are intentional or not, I think not mostly really. I think this movie knows that it's funny. I mean, you have a character that's joking about biting the heads off of people, and you know, all of the interplay between venoms mind and Tom hardy, what he's like these talking. And then Tom hardy answers in the people around him are like who you're talking to. I think the movie knows is trying to create a comic Prentice with that. So I get more credit maybe than you do. I think the premiere screening and I did not think that like the audience didn't laugh that much. I was laughing allied to the point where I was like, oh my God, I'm being that asshole. Everyone else's take trying to take this movie seriously, and I'm the like jerk that sitting in the corner cackling, but I don't know. I have no idea what was industry screenings. I feel like impress greetings like people rarely laugh unless they're like making fun of the movie. So audience screens are like a sense of like how people are actually reacting to it..
"david chen" Discussed on The Filmcast
"I need to get away from the actually moved during happy murders. I think because pointedly move as a as a communication of like, I want you to see that I'm moving away from you because you are too loud actually production about it. I just moved because like I don't like they've made it clear. They don't give a shit about me, but I don't need to make. Thing about it. I, I don't make a big thing about it, but let's just say, let's say they noticed I wouldn't mind and also my supposed to pantomime and be like high around and like there's, you know, there's a way to move that communicates. I'm moving because you are a problem. I, I went to go see. Actually, it wasn't happy time. Murderous. I'm remembering I went to go see Mad Max fury wrote black and chrome version, and which is an amazing cinematic experience and guy. Next week I've taken out his phone and and I just got up and moved. And like I literally just moved to seats down to my right. So the guy knew that it was. I mean, he probably could have assumed that it was because he was being an asshole of his phone. But I also wanna point out that I was with someone. Did you tell them we're going gonna move or you're just like, I'm out will generally anytime go to see a movie with someone and the seating is not assigned. They know that moving possibility. Like what I'm going to the friend or whatever. I just let them know. Hey, like FYI, I, if I'm like surrounded by assholes, I'm gonna move and I'll just meet you after the movie's over and are assholes. So that's the problem. Well, anyway, this is the cost of seeing a movie with David Chen. I'm just letting does know is that there's a huge chance that David Chen might just flee your current location. So you never it's hard to see David Chen for more than a few minutes at a time. He's constantly fleeing the movie, but not during. I think it's just very in my own head about, I don't wanna be a further distraction. So I instead we'll like Kim tort my body so that I don't have to see someone's screen. Oh, I started when I started with that Kristie I started with a conscience. I'm exc. Excuse me. I. Someone's gonna lose their cool. Like I, I don't wanna be in a newspaper. 'cause they're like some girl told some guy to shut up during a movie, and you know he shot her or whatever. Anytime I see one of those stories, it's just a lodges in my brain. So I'm just kind of like I would rather just be uncomfortable and annoyed for a little bit because I've just. If that's the way I have to go, they'll be able to say he died doing what he loved. That's sheriff yelling at people in movie theater turn their damn cell phones off in a movie theater. Yeah, no, I when I went to see velvet goldmine, someone was taking their phone out and taking photos of the screen during and I was losing my mind. And that's Lincoln center like have some decorum, you're not like an AMC or some junk theater like that memory. So angry. Oh, Deva's an example where spoken like a non member of the, that's all there's two A-List members doesn't. I'm not having this conversation. What I'm saying is like, you know, it's like it's like that's an arthouse theater. I was astonished and also it was well the goldmine that movie's been out for twenty years. Any screengrabs she's taking is online like it was. It made me so angry that that situation she was sitting ten rows in front of me. That's just it's a phone flashlight in the theater. So I was just, I actually slumped down in my seat just like couldn't see her anymore because there's really no other solution exit, like unless I went to get an answer, but if I go to get another, like I got to leave this movie that I have spent twenty years wanting to see on the big screen. You know what I mean? Like when it came out like I was not. I wasn't playing anywhere I lived so like I didn't wanna miss anything. And that's what really bothers me. Like, you know, I shouldn't have to leave the theater because someone else is being a jerk..
"david chen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tune in seven oh one here is david chen it's partly cloudy eighty one degrees at o'hare we're waiting to get more information from chicago police after an officer involved shooting this evening in the twenty hundred lockerbie seventy first street in the south shore neighborhood one man is dead three cars shot at an i v fifty seven early this morning details from wgn's bob kessler state police say no one was hit by the bullets around three in the morning on saturday although the three cars all were damaged by gunfire a person inside a white mercedes benz which later crashed and was found abandoned was responsible according to investigators the shots were fired on i fifty seven between west one hundred and twenty seven th street and park and west one hundred and eleventh which is in chicago's morgan park neighborhood bob kessler wgn news federal judge says the trump administration's largely complied with a deadline to reunite parents with children under the age of five separated from them at the border but the judge also says you'll be monitoring the administration's actions july twenty six the deadline to reunite more than twenty five hundred other youngsters with their families abc news cheap national affairs correspondent tony llama government says so far its return fiftyseven of one hundred and three young children in some cases the government says parents didn't qualify because of criminal backgrounds in other cases the parents have already been deported secretary of homeland security christian nielsen says there are no signs russia's targeting the two thousand eighteen midterm elections in the us for cyber attacks with the scale and scope us two years ago a reminder july and august or the most dangerous months on the waterways in virginia to boaters are missing for other people rescued after a collision this morning ellen boli is deputy commissioner of virginia's department of marine resources passengers on the vessel dot did go into the water we have rescued four of the passengers including two minors to minors are fine now this habit on virginias james river near portsmouth planes were deployed by police along with a helicopter rescue boats define the two who are still missing deadly fire on the gale would neighborhood overnight a fifty five year old woman died a man about the same age seriously hurt the fire on the twenty one hundred block of north merrimack avenue displaced at least eight people the cause under investigation sports traffic and weather next on wgn central alarm how can i help you high einstein my alarm system myself along with the video doorbell but now.
"david chen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Dante david chen so leading all scores with thirty one points off the bench to be named the most outstanding player of the tournament matt napolitano fox news federal immigration judges are told by the justice department move faster to clear cases they're being given quotas seven hundred cases a year and guidelines for how long should be spent on certain kinds of cases in court motions the standards take effect in october president trump's personal attorney wants his legal fight with an adult film actress to be handled in private president trump's lawyer michael cohen is asking a federal judge to allow private arbitration between the president and porn star stormy daniels to resolve their dispute over the alleged hush money agreement stemming from there a reporter two thousand six affair cohen says this case has no business being handled in a courtroom but daniels lawyer michael avenue dotty thinks the case shouldn't be hidden from the american public daniels has been tried to nullify the one hundred thirty thousand dollar agreement she signed days before the two thousand sixteen presidential election claiming the deal isn't valid because president trump never signed it in washington i'm kelly right fox news unlike some other arab leaders saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman says israel does have the right to exist he tells the atlantic magazine no palestinians have the right to their own land as well fox news fair and balanced downtime with your it systems driving you nuts you're not alone over the last fifty years we've gone from the mainframe computer to the pc and now.
"david chen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"March madness is done final fours are over in both columbus in san antonio and you need to remember the names ariga google la and dante david chen zo john fadaq on westwood one with the women's championship for notre dame and before that the game winner that goumba wally had against yukon man she just killed it in columbus and then dante steven shinzo the most outstanding player of the men's bottle for after his career high thirty one points just an unbelievable performance for villanova bed kevin kugler by the way in westwood one from san antonio player of the week is brought to you by grainger so let's let's take a look at the ones who got it done and this week it has to be dante and there are so many syllables these names to which i love it we're splitting it up we're doing co players of the week because i don't think there's any way that i could pick one over the other both of these college athletes rose to the occasion as i mentioned with notre dame getting not one but two game winner summary k and that championship moment for notre dame with the tie game and she is tightly covered in the right corner and not only is she kinda falling off to a right but the shots a floater that brings down the rain and drains right through the hoop it was an incredible moment for her and she had sixteen over eighteen points in the second half as notre dame had to rally from double digits down to mississippi state second national title for the fighting irish and for dante david chen zo a career high thirty one points most points ever for a player coming off the bench in a championship game he had to personal runs in the first half eighth straight points in the second half eleven straight points and then throw in to block shots three assists five rebounds the big ragu he was the.
Villanova Wildcats are NCAA National Champions
"They did something rally doing it all right tonight was villanova dante even though the mop of the ncaa tournament final four thirty one points off the bench for villanova both he jalen brunson michael bridges who had nineteen tonight four villanova hit the podium at the same time moments ago let's listen to these three talking about villanova's second national title in the past three years i would like to congratulate michigan on a great season blessed that we're putting this position to have each other have guys like this to play with and and you know we've been able to stay healthy all year basically especially towards the end and we we really feel humbled and blessed venus position we'll take questions for the student athletes most as any player dante david chen joe is here as well as mckell bridges and jalen brunson from the all tournament team if you have a quiet we're going to get back to this in a second jay right and you're to hear from the players momentarily because we have a guest coming in right now national champion from the villanova wildcats eric pascal tonight had a nice night for the wildcats as the wildcats win their second national title how does it feel man has a field winning like you did tonight i mean i it's just a blessing i mean just just be able to do this for my brothers it's a blessing we did a great job of just laying villanova basketball tonight six points eight rebounds for you then you know dante steven chen comes off the bench gets a couple of points for you guys what's going through your head is he is lighting it up keep going honestly keeps you then i mean he was the high hand and we had no problem feeding i mean there's no surprise that he did that he's had thirty and twenty point games early in the year i mean it's he's a great player and we're happy for me i mean he played great tonight what was he say like enduring timeout to say keep giving it to me i'm hot i'm gonna hit it i'm gonna hit.
"david chen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The wildcats needed your seven three pointers to break the division one single season record they handle that and then some in the opening half shinzo collins the less be on the floor debate shinzo right off the bench tries a three of the right way welcome to the party dante david chen sold nineteen four villanova tied the final four record for the most threes made in the game in the first half they just eight points from inside the arc in the opening a half this among them at the top of the key lops it underneath spell but all along for down with one hand he was all alone to jay hawks converge forty five twenty eight villanova hit thirteen of twenty six threes in the opening half jumping out to the fifteen point lead at forty seven thirty to seven different players made it from beyond the arc five players hitting multiple threes that trend continued in the second half driving from the right hand wing skipped past quarter quarter past with another three he's got four behind the are and it's fifty nine thirty nine villanova maskell led the charge going four for five from three ten of eleven overall career high twenty four points icing on the cake came from amari spelman brunson a little hesitation dribbles through the lane gets to the left block two durch who are spellman yeah westwood one radio network with the calls nobody dominated kansas and the battle of one's ninety five to seventy nine setting the final full record for the most threes in the process they made eighteen overall the game most in a final four game and tied for second most in any nc double a tournament contests jay right their head coach postgame your offense it's you're setting all kinds of records offense efficiency number of three pointers in a season tonight record for the number of three pointers in a final four game how does this offense compared to other teams that you have coached or other teams that you have seen.
"david chen" Discussed on WEEI
"The division one single season record they handle that and then some in the opening half shinzo collins a less be on the floor debate run off the bench tries a three of the right way welcome to the party dante david chen sold eighteen four villanova about this nobody tie the final four record for the most threes made in the game in the first half they score just eight points from inside the arc in the opening a have this among them at the top of the key lobs it underneath spelled at all waited for traffic through it down with one hand he was all alone to jayhawks converge and then the what hands don't forty five twenty eight hit thirteen of twenty six threes in the opening half jumping out the fifteen point lead at forty seven thirty to seven different players made it from beyond the arc five players hitting multiple threes that trend continued in the second half drive into the right hand wing skipped to pass school with another three he's got four from behind the arc and it's fifty nine thirty nine villanova pasco led the charge going four for five from three ten of eleven overall career high twenty four points icing on the cake came from amari spelman bronx little hesitation dribbles through the lane gets to the left lock out head spillman yeah westwood one ncwa radio network with the calls nova dominated kansas in the battle of one's ninety five to seventy nine setting the final four record for the most threes in the process they made eighteen overall the game most in the final four game and tied for second most in any nc double a tournament contest jay right their head coach postgame your offense it's you're selling all kinds of records offensive efficiency number of three pointers in season tonight record for the number of three pointers in a final four game how does this often compare to other teams that you have coached or other teams that you have seen.
"david chen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The final four david chen renzo the rebound three seconds two seconds jay wright has the wildcats back in the final four for the third time in a decade i'm really proud of our guys once again it's it's it's leadership of the players know it's jalen kale film and just keep our team together they they run the show on court well that of course the call on westwood one the ncwa radio network has once again villanova is back in the final four because villanova does what villanova has done now better than anybody else over a four year timeframe and that's win games and we're delighted to be joined now on golic and wingo on the shell pennzoil performance line by the head coach of villanova jay wright j first of all congrats on another final four and i'm just curious what does it mean to you knowing that even with two games potentially still to play your squad has set the record for the most wins ever in a four seasons span of time good morning guys you know what i i don't know if i've really wrap my head around that we get the they hit us with that after that game and you know there's so many other things going on and get time to think about that as you guys know it's you have really good players over a long period of time and and good players that that the play together play to win so when when you think about that in your program is a coach's thing how fortunate you ought to have the players like jack daniel chip sue and and and all the guys we have now it's it's it's been a blessing take us through this last game against texas tech you didn't didn't shoot very well but you have a big lead at halftime how do you coach your players when they're not especially offensively playing that you know it was it was rare for us mike because we we have shot the ball extremely well all year and it's just been a funny kind of year where you know we would win we would win games during the year and just outscore people maybe telling our guys.
"david chen" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Left when we were talking about the gop now they're going to issue the subpoenas all of this and this is where we should be and i'm gonna tell you something where we're going to get into this with sarah and david shown at the top of the next hour we're learning that robert mueller is not the guy that everybody said that he was i told you about andrew weissmann he's muller's pit bull but it seems muller is muller's pit bull and that picking weisman and company and all of these other democratic donors was not an accident but appears that robert muller's actions of a lot of people apparently think he has caused nothing but chaos and havoc wherever he's been in the time he spent in boston as a criminal prosecutor raised a lot of questions about his role in one of the most controversial fbi cases involving the use of a confidential informant sarah carter reporting that you know when the president went out against robert muller over the weekends it never should mccabe's firing it does raise questions where's muller's investigation going and if you look at his past involvement in other cases it gets very very dicey is you're gonna find out of the top of the next hour you know i think as david chen was quoted in sarah's article we all have a right.
"david chen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Of our deep dive into what is who is robert muller we continue with sarah quarter and our friend david chen is with us today sarah i don't even know what to say give everybody a preview because we're running out of time today the types of things that they're going to learn about robert muller and the rest of the week i think we're going to learn about that a lot of questions that congress had with regard to the fbi that they pose to molar when he was a director of the fbi we're gonna learn about his past and his connections in the in the boston case as well as his future after he retired and went to william hale to work there as a partner i think those are some of the things that we're gonna look at i mean there was a lot of complaints from people from the anthrax case to the boston to this boston case way back in the eighties when when muller was was was an attorney there there's a lot of things about robert mueller that the american people just don't know about sean that they should and i think a lot of the talk about molar in recent times has been very superficial very surface we've seen people on both sides like just let him do his job there's no reason to question him he's an he's an honorable guy but if you look back at the past he's not perfect and there's a lot of stories that raise questions as to how he's going to handle this special counsel well she's under percent right and everything she said as usual i'll let me give you this questions to hannity this is about the boston globe said the boston globe said that they questioned mr muller when about what happened in the whitey bolger case because it's never come out what he knew should have no well we know what he should have known and we believe what he knew and his answer to the newspaper to the american people was well the people should understand what happened back then happened a long time ago would that satisfy you does that satisfy you as the person chosen to be the special counsel nor does it united states nor does andrew weisman as the pit bull of of muller satisfy me either but it does answer it does begin at least answered.
"david chen" Discussed on WSB-AM
"All right as we continue our start of our deep dive into what is who is robert muller we continue with sarah carter and our friend david chen is with us today sarah i don't even know what to say give everybody a preview because we're running out of time today the types of things that they're going to learn about robert muller and the rest of the week well i think we're going to learn about that a lot of questions that congress had with regard to the fbi that they pose to molar when he was a director of the fbi we're gonna learn about his past and his connections in the in the boston case as well as his future after he retired and went to william hale to work there as a partner i think those are some of the things that we're going to look at i mean there was a lot of complaints from people from the anthrax case to the boston to this boston case way back in the eighties when when muller was was was an attorney there there's a lot of things about robert mueller that the american people i just don't know about sean that they should and i think a lot of the talk about muller you know in recent times has been very superficial very surface we've seen people on both sides like just let him do his job there's no reason to question him he's an he's an honorable guy but if you look back at the past he's not perfect and there's a lot of stories that raise questions as to how he's going to handle this special counsel and what would you tell people to look for david sean well she's one hundred percent right and everything she said as usual i'll let me give you this questions to hannity this is what the boston globe said the boston globe so that they questioned mr muller one about what happened in the whitey bulger case because it's never come out what he knew or should have no well we know what he should have known and we believe what he knew and his answer to the newspaper to the american people was well the people should understand what happened back then happened a long time ago would that satisfy you does that satisfy you as.