17 Burst results for "Donnie Darko"

"donnie darko" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Filmspotting

"L Toro has really done that his entire career for the house. He has. And I think that was, you know, maybe a breakthrough film or him in terms of awareness for a lot of people. It was and how he perfected it. So PAN's labyrinth got my vote. Okay. So I think we're at your number four choices that right? And we've already touched on it. Mahone dry versus Donnie Darko, very boring reason here, I know Donnie, Darko better. I've thought about it more. I liked Mahal drive when it came out. But one of these where I was either had a different vantage point or behind the curve. I haven't seen whole drive sense. So you've only seen it once. So chances are if I watched it again, I'd flip this vote. But I can only go with what I know. Yeah. It's one of those movies that I may not feel as strongly about it. If I didn't watch it a second time a week after I saw the first time that crystallized so much for me. And then over the years, I've watched it at least a few other times because it was part of my movies about movies class at the Graham school here at the Chicago a few years back. My number three toughest choice in this gets back to your beloved animation. Josh. Wally which I think is my second favorite. I think I have it ranks second among all of Pixar's films, or it's at least in the top five going up against Pedro Almaden Vars, talked to her and again, tough choice for a reason it's pretty much a coin toss. But when I think back to the impact talked to her head on be when I saw it actually is part of our Alydar marathon on film spotting many many years ago before you joined the show Josh that was my best picture of that marathon. And the reality is when I'm making these tough choices. Sometimes I do just ask myself, which one would I wanna watch right now if I could rewatch one of those films. I may choose the beginning of Wally. But when you factor in the entire film. I'd really rather go back into that colorful melodramatic world development over that's fair. And I liked that criteria. Sometimes I lean on that myself. I didn't quite think about it that way in this match up which was difficult for me. I love Elmont Ovar talked to her yet definitely up there as. As one of his better films. But Wally brings me back to the Pixar question that I did struggle with. It's interesting that we had a poll question last year where we asked listeners which Pixar films should be the highest seeded in this year's madness Turney and while he is what they chose. Yeah. So that's why you got that one. So we did I I went with Wally, and there's maybe a little recency bias here too. Because I've been thinking about it quick plug. I'm going to be doing the Ebert interruptus event again at the conference of world affairs at the university of Colorado boulder that's coming up in April will be my third year doing it. We're actually doing while e this is the event that Roger Ebert establish many many years ago where you go through a film frame by frame literally frame by frame anyone who attends can shout. Stop. And they make an observation ask a question. And so the first year I did Rushmore second year..

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"donnie darko" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Gripping performances from Jamie, FOX and Tom Cruise. I gotta take collateral here. Jonathan Anderson rights or they're seriously effing people that are going to ING vote against NF in Bruges. They're all inanimate effing objects. Well, thank you, John is. I'm theme there Michael in Kiel Germany, sure, keel, shrimp is it mandatory to use the F word when supporting in Bruges in this pole. Yes, we learned a bit is actually an in Bruges did have a lot of support. Seventy two percent over collaterals twenty eight percent. And we are splitting in this matchup. Josh going with ratatouille, and I'm going with in Bruges in that first round match up. My number three, easiest choice was David. Lynch's Mulholland Drive over the winner of the new cult canon plan. Donnie, Darko Donnie Darko beat out American psycho. We heard from Chris Massa minute Massa who said Donnie Darko is an amazing movie. But American psycho is funnier scarier stranger and has more to say in our prison conversations about billionaires elitism and toxic masculinity. American psycho feels like it should be required viewing. Here's Barbara intrigue. Germany dreer trickling with a lot of Germans sorry. I just wanted to continue the theme. Donnie, Darko was a special experience for me. I never seen anything like it before it felt like my first Baroni movie experience. I actually got back at age twenty and every time I reworked it. There's something new to discover though, of course, the soundtrack American psycho is cult mad world from Donnie Darko will always give me the chills Jonathan Anderson chimes in all I'm going to say is if you vote Donnie Darko, you're never going to get a reservation at Dorsey. Well, played Jonathan Donnie Darko did take down Patrick Bateman close. Fifty five percent to forty five percent. But in the Noir mind bender matchup, we have going and around one here film spotting madness. My number one film of two thousand one can't be found anywhere on Josh's top ten but David Lynch's Mulholland Drive in easy..

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"donnie darko" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Turns out people really like your F bombs. I love it. And if you're if you're new to the show, I'm sorry, if you made it this far even talking about holes and. Taints? Nobody said anything about attain dill now Chuck that was choice you made. Oh, my buddy, my buddy Wesley who's a big stuff, you should know fan. And listen to all the other shows as well said, it's a real shock to hear you say at bombs. To see my true self coming true, self. Yeah. A lot of people love it. No, the stuff, you should know self still your true self. And honestly, I like doing the shows where you can't swear I liked to allied being able to swear. But it's it's sort of like, you know, it's a challenge. It's a challenge. It's sort of like Will Smith rap. Yeah. I'm used to it on stuff, you should know by now. I don't feel like a second nature. Yeah. And you know, what that allowed us to get very broad fan base. It really did family teachers school children. Absolutely same same with ridiculous history. Like, I think some people really like the fact that it's not. So you know that crass, but like I love swearing, but there's something about it not being a part of the equation that makes it a little bit comforting in some way. Like, I don't know. It's interesting. Yes. Sometimes it's funny. I will just a nude as much as I do. But I do when we're recording stuff, you should know. I will just because it fits so. Well, and a so funny, I will make it very dirty crass joke as we're recording. Yeah. Just and then we laugh and say BBB, obviously cut that. Right. But I decided to say, of course, sometimes you got to you can't sit on that stuff. Now. It's comedy gold. It really is. All right. Are we up with fucking we're up with fucking? This is gonna be our last segment because I'm going to go through a lot. Of these and some of these if I read them last time, I I don't remember. And I'm not going to keep a spreadsheet on F bombs. That'd be a spreadsheet though. Michael Scanlon says go Succoth fuck exactly how does one Succoth book. Donnie, Darko Donnie Darko classic a bunch of people said that got a read the planes trains and automobiles last time. So I'm not going to go did Aaron surreal step says for weddings and funerals. The first lines of the movie Hugh Grant upon realizing he woke up late. Oh fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Yep. I remember somebody my mom, maybe was talking about how like the first word in that movie is fuck and how that was somehow very shocking to her at the time really wanna meet your mom. No, she's pretty cool. Laura. Brown ex you says, I am not drinking any fucking merlot from sideways. Yeah. Emily, we're gonna go through the. Zander pain films. It's gonna be our jam starting sideways, and we're so busy we've been talking about this for like two and a half months really have not been able to do it. What's that one the black and white one? Oh, the bresca Brassica. I have not seen that. I really want to skid. Yeah. Yeah. I mean will forte. I think is a super super underrated actor. Yeah agree. He's silly. As can be an a love it. But he's a really great. I love that. We're kind of getting back into. I maybe this is not something that that stopped happening. But like like, Robin Williams, for example, total amazing comedian that turns out had incredible acting chops, and we're kind of seeing more and more of that these days. Yeah. Like, what's your name Melissa McCarthy's in that movie that got some not I don't think she got nominated? She did she did get nominee straight. She is just starting to do like some of us work, probably while he was the first real dramatic PC's ever done..

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"donnie darko" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Mike is Ryan from Miami listening to Rb P one. Oh, nine a little with the hind. And I heard you say that as you don't like Donnie Darko, and they're said, it was okay. Confuses to what the was generally recognize Cole. Classic great all around film. I was just wondering you what's keep doing? What you're doing guys hanging? These. Should hang up talks, dude. It's funny. 'cause Donnie Darko you're not the first Donnie Darko fan boy to come at me for saying that it was just okay. Look, it's not that. I don't like Donnie Darko. I thought it was good. It's it's a solid movie. It was cool. It's whatever, but I tend to run a little lower than most people do on the depression totem pole already or like the fucking darkness totem pole. I don't need Donnie to get me down in the dumps. I kinda live down there naturally. So therefore, I dug the movie I liked it. I enjoyed it. I get it. But it was just okay for me. It didn't like change my whole perspective on shit. It's just one of those movies. Like, I felt an obligation to watch it. Because of exactly what you spoke to its cult status. And I definitely saw the reasoning for its Colt success when I watched it, and I love that fucking song. Mad mad world or whatever. But I'm not sucking Donnie Darko dick to save the festival. I'm not. So I I don't I don't I don't know. Donnie, Darko people why you feel the need to defend your boy. Just you like the movie, it's for you. You know? It's just okay. To me. There's no fence, Mike. Have you seen Donnie Darko is this is this is to American for you nursing? Yeah. You're not missing much a rabbit..

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"donnie darko" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Has good taste in music. Apparently, I'm gonna answer joke there. And I liked joy division reminds me of Donnie Darko. I don't know why. Yeah. Let's go to Mark in Phoenix. Mark you're up next on coast. Hi, how's everybody doing this evening? And I have a question for you related to the Mark of the beast in revelation, and I know you talked about that a little bit earlier. I kind of see that as a unique identifier that's going to prevent people from stealing identities and things like that. And when I was younger and brought up in church where I was always told that you had to fear that and all that kind of stuff, but you're talking about earlier how we're going to start accepting all these things I can see almost bandit. So their identity can be stolen. And then I I guess my question is my main question is that then also being what could be utilized to give people are soaring to control. Robot? Well, I'll give you my personal take on the market because I've thought about this quite a lot over the years. And I don't think that the Mark of the beast is a literal thing, I think the the true meaning of the market the beast is. There are certain people that accept the material world as the only reality and don't believe in the spiritual side of life at all. And they completely reject the spiritual side of reality that I think is the Mark of the beast, right? Some people have the quote unquote, Mark of the beast, which is a a metaphorical way of talking about these things it's similar to the devil card in the tarot, which represents complete bondage to the material world. And so in that metaphorical sense. I think that yes. I mean, you know, you have to have the quote, unquote, Mark of the beast to for instance, see human beings as numbers, or as something to be used at associated Pathak way, you know, whereas people who are more sensitive spiritual would would never feel that way. So that's that's my personal take on it before it gets to the next call. I remember the first time that I had read a pop culture reference to this was that again that we would have a chip inserted into our thumb for as an ATM card, and that would be the Mark right? And it just it it made me think. But then again, just like any any generation that we've had in the past will always interpreted into their own modern context, whatever it is at that point in time. Yeah, I sometimes wondered if blockchain is the Mark of the beast. That's next. Well done. Well, said okay. Let me let's go to Brian in San Diego. Brian really quick before our break, you're up next on coast. Okay. He Jimmy Jason interesting. You're talking about the blockchain because in in the trans humanism part of things of avoiding a chip with the buyer sell. Well, you were talking a little bit about currency being controlled having the currency controlled. I know of the new technology other than crypto currency. That cannot be controlled. There's no centralized point. There's no blockchain or, you know, ledger involved and in the trans transfer of and it's called cloud coin, and you can go to YouTube and check it out. But if you know, there's no cloud coin involved. I mean, there's no blockchain involved it's called Rada. Instead, it's like a cloud of computers that detect if the cloud coins is authentic, and it doesn't in a millisecond. Okay. But what's the advantage to it Brian? Well, the advantage is it it solve all the problems of bitcoin. Bitcoin is not scalable, bitcoin is not quantum computer safe at all in two minutes, a quantum computer can hack bitcoin, you will find this to be true. And people won't don't wanna believe. But it's true. What what quantum computer is running on this planet right now that could do it. You're you're talking about theoretically in the future. Yes. I am talking about theoretically. But the inventor of cloud coin, Sean Worthington. He's a computer scientist in college and she Chico California. He's the one explaining these things and he's. It's his reputation, you know, explaining these things. So I tend to believe a computer scientist who explains this. But yeah, the the main thing bitcoin is not scalable, and you do have mining involved club pointers. No mining. Okay. I wanted to make said that Jason. So 'cause you talked about, you know, people getting chipped. And then, you know, having people mind for them. But the the Rada is gonna be amazing. All right. I'll look I'll look into Brian that the the entire crypto world which were all being forced into examining at some point. You know, what it is and trying to figure out what what crypto means for our future. What I do enjoy about the blockchain is as the security of it. And also being completely decentralized, and and trying to take certain control out of it where it's not how how do I wanna say this correctly. It's not somebody else making the decisions the market makes its own decisions. And it's safe and secure and runs automatically. Yeah. I mean, I spent a lot of time studying blockchain was over in Europe, you know, meeting I was over in Germany and Berlin meeting big blockchain players in London. Like this. And from talking to some of the big heads in that world. I'll give you my general feeling about it, which is that we're like like ninety seven for the web where you know, if you remember if you were around when the web happened and everyone said everything's going to be on the internet. And then they would ask they would ask you what what's the internet? And no one would be able to actually tell you what it was. That's where we're at with blockchain where we just went through this big hype cycle. And then a a, you know, a drawback, well, let me jump in right there. We need to take a break, but we're gonna finish this blockchain question when we come back. This is Costa coast AM. I'm your host Jimmy church with author. Jason Lou stay with us..

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"donnie darko" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on /Film Daily

"But yeah, I do. You feel like there's sort of that, you know, death of the author conceit going on here where once you make a product, it's kind of out of your hands now. And sometimes it's up to the critics of the audiences to interpret it for themselves. And even when it's a film that's like well, liked by some people like a mother. For example, I actually quite like that film until they're in our our knock. You started talking and I was like, okay, I like it a lot less now that you keep hammering it in that it's a bible allegory, I get it. I get it in there. In there to be had like I feel like I, I don't want that to be spelled out. Yeah, like I knew I saw Shane crews. Was that film whatever color de remember, Chris upstream coming color? Yes, I saw the film and I, I kind of enjoyed it. And then there was this QNA with Jeff Goldsmith after the film were basically he got shink to basically explain everything about the movie all the, you know, the the, the, the intentions and I, it kind of totally ruined it for me. It's almost it's almost like, do either of you see Donnie Darko the director's cut. Yes. Yeah. And I was paying Donnie Darko Bullock that film kind of like is like, oh, here's what I was going for like, no, it was better when we were interpreting you're going for I, I agree with that hundred percent. I remember I love Donny Darko when it came out and that directors cut literally scenes where there's like text up on the screen, explaining what's happening. And it was like, why is this in years is ruining the movie. I was so excited for that. I would still living in Boston. I in Natick and I traveled to Boston to this theater that head like the, you know, one of the early premiers of it now. So exciting. It's so bummed walking. But yeah. Okay. Anyways, let's move on to our next story in that is for this joker movie that we've been talking a lot about walking Phoenix the first, I guess, screen test of him in the full clown makeup has hit.

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"donnie darko" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Leading before the school shooting stuff it's just buggy in a lot of glitches that make it damn near funny but the topic that it handles is done decently well this game was done by men name karim koumba sar and he made it was saying yo this is kind of things that have happened in real life and i wanna shed light on it and i feel like he he may have gone a better way about doing it even though the game was fucking shitty and yes that bootleg donnie darko rabbit is in there like he's flipping around for some reason and he's he's stocking this kid i think it's supposed to be like his inner version of him does that's troubling him and dealt with i think did better than this act of school shooting game is but that's not the kind of game with morphine it was done of hey this kid is being bullied your and in the hands of your in the shoes of the kid being bullied and you see why it leads up to him committing this horrendous act in school and i even again the game was terrible i think it was done well there and i feel like that was the artist or the developer behind it that was his intention to show this is what happens when people get bullied if it goes ignored this is the result now with the active shooter game yes he's going about a different way of showing what happens in schools but i still feel like he's showing what he wanted to four game this is the game that can help the police force if they're going to be apprehending school shooter but then also if you're gonna put you in the shoes of school shooter and just kind of give you the feeling of hey this is this is what some people are pushed to now i think it's kinda handled poorly but i still don't begrudge still hold a grudge against developer for doing this i don't either i mean it's.

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"donnie darko" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Yeah threat it yet and i pulled it out i was so proud of my wife and we're in the nursery the other day and night we're putting down and i was about to change a life changing the diaper genie and i took it out it kind of sticks out like the circle line because hello my chest and i said who am i and she said darko it was so good it comes on like a giant condom i could do like a cost you how we could walk around you gotta use that to wrecked it somehow like put some sort of pretty good it does as out pretty good yeah different that's how i did it okay am i who am i and she mmediately donnie darko i love this woman i love what a little bit of wire there or something that's a good kasha mines orange though like blue blue got okay donnie darko brand i don't know what fucking brand darko brand i got large march my number one also rancho was made the list bridesmaids most the and rebel wilson i love rubber wilson's character and this she just plays the asshole shitty roommate and her her her boyfriend they want her out what's his name black something black black nose not he's a great actor i love frank black something like that palinda rooms there's some very heavy women taught salons cast in that but it's odd years from now check that out sometime alternating each every other like seen what have different actress playing the little girl very distracting it will go from like a little like blonde haired girl like girl to like yeah the character to a seventeen year old morbidly obese black woman playing the same same same role early on when i was having trouble coming up with candidates early on.

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"donnie darko" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on WGN Radio

"But yeah we used to go there that was that was where we went that's where my parents took me every year for the santa visit that's where we would we would do the do the santa thing so so dan this year are you are you guys going to visit the easter by guys visited the easter bunny is you know at the easter egg hunt we were at this past sunday he was there yeah emily was not interested that all or just not as scared range man and a beard i mean giant rabbits and rats yeah those those those pictures of kids crying and screaming are hilarious especially have you seen some of the old easter bunny picture their terrified absolutely terrifying as we're seeing some of the like the old old school black and white ones where the easter or the easter bunny looks like a demon yeah it's it's no wonder these kids are screaming and crying and crying there's one in particular one old black and white one that's gotta be from the forties or thirties and in the easter bunny look seriously it's like it's with scarier than the donnie darko bunny scarier scarier than frank in donnie darko i in these pictures are just so weird that's what i picture that's that's you know that's i would be so ridiculous like they hire an easter bunny dude and the guy shows up dressed frank could you imagine sorry guys cashew stores this was the only rabbits still available bunny rabbit we have is frank from donnie darko i thought it was appropriate so yeah anyway so kb toys is gonna open up a thousand a pop ups to to help out the industry and i think that's pretty cool the brick and mortar stores that are that are not doing very well and and helping out the toy companies that are going to have all the toys just laying around not being used not being sold so the economy gets a little kick and people can go out and go to kb toys and by there and buy their toys as well but i'm gonna i'm gonna miss toys r us i mean not that i go there anymore but i had a lot of fun memories attached to it and i especially liked it as world as we've discussed before when it was really logically called bargain town because that's what kids.

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"donnie darko" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on The Film Vault

"The ocean the exact same thing it came out of the ocean as does this or the came from the stars they went down they use the the ocean remember the water to to to communicate with people like actual they communicate as hugely disappointed with that movie when i saw it as a kid that's that's the closest to critique richer the thing that's gonna look like donnie darko when i get there when i see it on ten oh ten years pressure pressure ridden by james cameron the abyss from nineteen eightynine according to ellington zwicky they appear to be a marine race as there seemed welling earth's oceans quite comfortably they lived there they exist underwater unknown to the human race advanced technology probably alien manifesting itself as a manifesting itself as a sea creature you know an actual water creature anderson here's the less we're redoing for next i got a pitch for our next patriot episode gotta redo or update i should say tough almost awesome movies this is almost awesome movie it was just almost there but not quite great pitching this for oh i'm saying that our lists for address almost awesome movies you default in quite a bit but i really do that's a good little orange a great one where'd you pitching topic about how movies about movies falling apart at the end recently or movies that just oh the mark we're debating about a topic about talking about bad movies i don't recall this.

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"donnie darko" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Lucky did you say callers like isn't it knife very nancy meyer wish she knew what we were saying because it's very interesting should have seen what they told the pet store that went out of business and i'm proud of it because we're assholes i should have seen the caller they told me i needed to get there were like any was such fucking gay bashing they were like you seem fabulous get this rhinestone collar for him so he can be fabulous because you i'm like lady you're wild yeah exactly and then i then i took a ninja star stole it they still okay these are just some quick hits donnie darko or the song silent knight silent matteo donnie darko donnie darko okay so pretty medicine scarier software killer else we have many start spin class you request side of the night i request silent knight i request oh tanenbaum yeah oh oh tanenbaum easter parade from the movie easter parade and but then he'll saw the benny hill that's my yeah yeah yeah the easter by in your easter bonnet i request summertime i request that just the whole glenn miller album everything poopie i work west i was in the music man where you really middle school that's great and then i'd like to finish what would you have any trombone towns person and i was the guy on the train he says look at talk way attack what are you talk you can talk you can talk you can make creek kentucky you can talk talk talk bigger bicker bicker nikki manashian your heart out.

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"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Now that was me and then came jarrett agree old me to ago urinated you seem you seemed to be rather down on this movie though as much as you said you enjoy this movie you're you've got a little bit of like a okay whatever about this does it have anything they will only now i mean i'm just bringing this stuff up at the end jared hates uh uh the breakdown of the butterfly effect in movies as as jared hates the scene and what's the management by other curious gaze of benjamin button when they explain a cause and effect is designed to do with that no i'm just talking about outlook if you look at southland tales which is this next movie it's all this it's just deliberately obscure pseudo mysterious dialogue that ultimately points to nothing that supposed to compel you torch thought but you know doesn't really lead anywhere and look i said i like this movie and we talked about most of the reasons that i like it but you know there are still some things about it that after a couple of years you know we kind of say oh you know like once the the tone and the music and all the cool uh design you know stops working on us than these lines kind of domain shit but that's okay it worked on me as a kid and i think there's a lot of really good things work into this movie jared somehow m a doubting your commitment the sparkle motion archives before we move on wanna tell you guys at the next movie will be covering on this podcast is the natalie portman movie that came out this year annihilation so if you guys live outside the us i believe you can watch it on netflixing if not is out in theaters right now so please watch the movie and join us for our discussion next week on annihilation the source emails from gregg it's about our incredible podcasts the subject is the incredible buddy was not a normal love the podcast guys and gals so much fun to listen to what you had to say often we find that individuals are in identified by one capability and in that dimension appear exceptional the incredible frame the discussion of exceptional as the ability to persevere in physical conflict.

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Um expressions of the english language and i wonder if i don't know what to think about that scene but i'm sure our listeners can have it all kinds of crazy theory comes in write to us and tell us but yeah what do you what do you think atoms are it will that comes into play into the story right they go to roberto sparrows house and they he says cellar door and he goes to the seller and everything's a chainreaction right there was something that that's actually the one thing i really like by this movie felt like it was a it was a memento tight movie without knowing it uh just because of the i think the way the time travel laugher film to be edited this way but what i really love about when everything gets reset you actually look at how it really is the butterfly effect this one thing sets off so many different of um chainreaction in so drew barrymore scherzer saying cellar door donny sees the cellar door he goes in there and it sets everything into motion to wear gretchen will be killed will frank will be killed so many so much death comes from this these two words but together that were meant to be beautiful um or at any time i was just is just poetic i thought i was just i think maybe it a deterministically reading of it could be where you know that conversation where he's talking about uh with his teacher he's like oh you know if you can see the future from a god's i view than you don't really have the option of choice because it's already set out for you which is a big theme that's that's cutting through this entire film right this idea of a determinism like his path has already been set so maybe it's this idea that that he's actually used in this just popped into my head now that he's seeing this sort of end which is where he shoots frank in the eye he obviously will have to go through this cellar door and then so then all of the other projections are all of the other experiences that are anterior to that like the experience with drew barrymore writing cellar door maybe that is actually him kind of projecting that backwards into that moment and in and so it's almost like that.

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Wait exchange student is kind of also a fringe figures there are these people that don't quite fit into the status quo and i think exploring them in that world is also kind of nice i i think that those curtly so mrs former is the pta woman that you're talking about in gene also an amazing performance i think that these things i think that the the contrast between mrs farmer andrew berry moore's character really speaks to this sperry stifling nature of the upper class suburbs we see in um was a patrick swayze his leg know fear and love seminar they wanna make everything black and white you know everything can be boiled down to fear and love right just like everything i guess is as and you'll mrs herbs are jubeir moore's characters introducing this perhaps subversive piece of literature graham greene's uh what is it the destroyers or something like that and we and more to the point of the movie creating this atmosphere creating this environment of very stifling strict traditional values that ultimately and this is another thing that i find interesting about the movie is that they reveal the hypocrisy of it so i i think one of and by the way i think that the comedy works in this movie pretty darn well and that's another reason why age yeah i was wondering is richard kelly that's it for as for 24yearold to have that sort of dark sense of humor thought was very mature a he's probably very mature person yeah for die but the the live or misfire of i i really doubt your commitment to sparkle motion ally that lying kills so good yeah there's a lot it has good and i am ironic moments yes and i love it in that senior talking about.

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Jason the director's cut i just think that actually that's a worse film even though i haven't seen that cut i think right they'll bother that thematically i am not i think that actually takes away from something that could be such a profound examination of tina angst like adams said earlier you know um in its sets it up so well in in that the actual version where you've got like dukakis versus bush in 88 right and it's like the were out of reagan's america were prosperous everything is going good and you've got maggie jalen hall who's kind of like the bleedingheart liberal who's going to go to harvard and she's going to vote for dukakis in there discussing about whether or not there's enough funding in the government to pay for all the things that do caucuses saying so there's this reeling zeid about the future and donnie doesn't have any way to deal with this everybody else in the town seems to have a way to deal with this you know you've got the parents that have their way you've got the the mother whose obsessed with the dance troupe that's got her way you've got swayze who's got his wave with his pop psychology shit so there that you'll measures of his or a yeah i mean it it it and to be honest i mean there's actually a lot of stuff in today's culture that i think really fits with this but they're the obsessive they're the ones that they're rejecting the trauma of the historical moment there refusing they're they're looking at the future and they're not as as succumbing they're they're not as overcoming are overcome i should say if you will by the anxiety but donny is and i think that's a much more interesting film then just like a kind of like weird time travel film i mean i don't know i haven't seen the directors cut so i can't should on it too much but it just seems to not have this list probably sounds like a conversation that the editor had with richard kelly as i'm in the man you got a lot of good ideas but i really like these things because all the time travel so if you're talking about makes no sense made that's why i keep i made the comparison to star wars um i think there are certain special editions yeah yeah yeah i think there are directors who are.

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Uh who are seeing this movie because it does have like the twists and the turns into it has this weird plot structure but then at the same time it's also got these themes of time travel determinism and things like that that that i think are masked in this this garb of intellectual isn't but i don't really think there that profound and i think maybe jared that's what you are hinting at when you were first talking about the film that it that it's kind of all of their at a superficial level and again i know we use these words like superficial and pseudo intellectual now oftentimes are like epithets and i don't mean in that way i mean it i mean it more in like the technical sense of of what the words actually mean and right it is not the phil yeah go ahead while as your say i would agree however i do think that obviously the film did something well i mean even just inspiring people who had never thought that oh you should put thought and who movie or you can critically engage with a movie even if this is a quote pseudo intellectual film even if there really isn't the real robust subtext underneath what's happening i still think that it's worth appreciating in studying how is it that this film propelled people to thought 100 percent and i think that's why it would resonate with teenagers so much because teenagers they're not going to survive as much on them on par you know obviously some are the the sort of ones that are already reading like fucking plato when they're fifteen years old and shit and they're wacko 's but um good for you keep going be wacko but i feel like this film hits like that sweet spot four it's like just above the intellectual grasp of a teenager but it's not so far above.

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"donnie darko" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"It's a total film geek film buff movie i feel like your especially when you see you know for teenagers and people in colleges at likes it feels like it's saying a lot and it is saying ally you know but it also is a also has a lot of really cold soundtrack and really awesome performances by j john hall who wasn't really who was kind of discovered from this movie so yeah i mean first time i saw it like i was blown away and i was still blown away i'm still it's still an amazing movie to revisit i feel like for lots of different regions is a super cinematic just many layers to to peel back on this movies okay i love that so you loved this movie and still love it yeah cool adam what about you yeah kinda similar i was an anc amnesty teenager when this movie came out i was in high school 33 now so it was probably the first a technically independent movie i saw where i had to i as an la kid at the drive down to hollywood the one theater that was showing it wash it with a friend didn't know what i saw but i knew that i liked it and much like other movies i think as i got older i thought ma maybe is not as good as i thought but i haven't actually really glad came on the podcast because every wash it last night walking to an i like this movie they'll good i think the it's an interesting film that the as much of a legacy now yeah which i think is going to make for an interesting pockets discussion about you really excited to talk about the movie in all of its like saying the different layers and it's um i guess it's a movie that succeed actually failed but it succeeded despite everyone that gotten away and it it would um i think he's just a fascinating piece of.