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"dr chiltern" Discussed on Movies of the Damned!!

Movies of the Damned!!

15:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr chiltern" Discussed on Movies of the Damned!!

"You don't know what they what they would be doing or what they would be allowed to do. Right. This is a serial killer, who eats people, you think the they couldn't just fight of the media that we shot him in the lake. I think I think that would be I think it's a non issue at that point, we have an issue we, would you agree that it's an it would be an issue. Today. You can't just thousand you cannot do that obsolete. Okay. Do that. And you know what? I'll take take your one on it. I can't tell you how police would've worked in in ninety one. So I can't I can't give you answering that plausible explanation. Yeah. And, but also another -nother my issue though is member. They're talking about giving clues rules about not going to close Dr Chiltern soldier that picture of the nurse said he that costed. And he says, in his pulse rate, and everyone above eighty five. Yeah, that's impossible physiologically impossible. You can't attack someone and rip out there I and their tongue in your pulse, not get over eighty five that's impossible. I, I couldn't tell you I couldn't tell you what the average pulse rate is, when talking someone. Well, not even that. So you're, you're fighting with someone. Yeah, you're fighting with someone. That's what you'd have I guess it would be the only only way like if they were like, lying quietly and not moving. And yet, the person who said, yeah, okay ripped I should outta me. Right. Out of me why my spring whip that out of me right like it. I find that impossible unless this, this nurse was like passed out or that's my, that's my one main issue. That's really what and I guess they tried to just have that pulse rate thing, just to like show like how care to development for how like, psychologically, superior. Lecter was he can control his pulse rate while doing terrible things. Yeah. Well, like it may not be possible, but within the scope of the movie, I believed it, I think I think his just because I wanted to believe it because it was so cool. It never bought into my head. Like, when they say that I was never, like, oh, that's Bs, but which on saying is making sense. Totally makes sense. You know, like he might be able to stay calm because it's you know, he it's nothing to him. But with the tacking portion, you're totally right. I, I just believe that because he's Hannibal Lecter and I wanted to believe it. So I don't know didn't bother me that much. It's in, even even even if it did bother me. It's an minor issue was one line. So he here's something another thing that bothered me. And I'm sorry, John. I'm going to bring up more than one issue with the film here. Bill does not let Clarisse into that house when he says, I can get a card for you. He says, wait here at the door. I'll get a cardinal. Bring it back to the door. There's no way he lets her into that house. Gam reviewing this in my mind. That seems okay. However, he did try closing the door on her. And she did sticker hand. Yes. So he she wasn't going away without finding out where the Littmann's went. Yeah. So I don't see because she he only led her into the very front of the door. He didn't say come all the way in. He let her in the front, and then he walked away. And she further walked in writers, K. You know, I'll go get that card. And when you say to someone alkyl get this, or look for it, usually that implies you stay here. I'll go get this. I just feel that he's got a woman trapped in her base in his basement. He is not letting her walking that I really so that irked me and s when it happened when we're reading last night, I'm like this bugs me. Okay. She's FBI and she can read people. Well, he would know that. So. If he's ok. Well. Even even if you can read people, well, he's acting like he needs to get her the hell out of there immediately. She's gonna know something's up and because of the connection, she has, he's going to be say, at least at a better chance. If I just try and play it cool try and play it cool. Exactly. Yeah. I and I see that and I hear what you're saying there, you think 'cause you wanna play cool like the more stand office. She is the more suspicious that she's going to get. But even this the chance of letting her in and then she hears the woman screaming or something like that, you know yet, but that we already knew that couldn't hear screaming all the layers and all the sounds at were like that's just that wasn't. That's an issue that he wasn't concerned about sound at all. He wouldn't even open the front door of that was a problem that member, how when she hit the doorbell that giant buzzer. Yeah. Right down like that place is, there's no, I if you're gonna have a giant buzzer like that put in you're going to get the place soundproofed. It's you. Know what I mean? Like he has it down there, because he can't hear anything when he's up there, and then the other thing that kind of bugged me but it kinda didn't I don't know. I, I'd like to see what you guys are out with this Clarisse realizes. It's buffalo Bill the kind of like he runs off into the hose, she's chasing. She discovers the pit finds the woman down there. But at no point over Asir is there only one man or is there multiple people here. Don't you think that would have been a relevant question to ask there? But then having said that to be the devil's advocate. They had a profile that this guy works alone. He's, he's, he's one man. But that would have been a question that you would ask, would you not? No. I don't think so in that situation only because especially in that era were Ciro colors like this movie influenced a bunch of circle of movies, but, like just it just did a lot, right? So in that era, it was an anomaly for two. There have been Syracuse that worked together. Right. But I think it's like one or two. That have that have done that in the United States there. I think there's some across that have done more, however, like in, in the ad to profile, and how the other scenes that they'd examined dealing ever got an indication that it was one person involved. Right. They said this the whole time. So, like she wouldn't shoe even think of this other person. And even talking the Hannibal lector he you'll never said one person. Right. And she for whatever reason probably because of his intelligence. She trusted him. Yes, I don't have an issue with that at all. And then the other thing I was thinking, too, is like it was a panic situation. Of course, hindsight's always twenty twenty but I just thought like wouldn't she wanna know this, but what you're saying makes sense and it led to one of the another fantastic seen one of the greatest cinematic history where she's kind of it's pitch black, and she's looking around, and he's got the night vision goggles on how cool was that. Now's a great scene. That was a really good, then it gets attention. But then it gets ruined a little bit the end he shoots her. Or should I she shoots him? And one of her stray bullets hits the barricade that's blocking the window, and let's all the light in. I thought that was a little cheesy. Why will you issues like so ridiculous? That it just like one of her lucky shots knocks this board off, and then light flows in, and you can perfectly see again, you don't know, the layout. You know, it was lucky. Well, she didn't mean to shoot it. She in means you it. So that's the definition of lucky where yeah, we're something good happens when you don't mean to do it didn't find that cheesy at all. No. I mean, like wh what's the after effect like she shoots him inches thick and it's going to be her crawling around on a floor for like ever, and then finding a light and doing. No. And you're right. But I think that would have been more realistic. I also have a problem with that. So your definition of lucky is it hitting the window? I, I heard then letting all the light in so that she could see again. Yeah. But I think her definition of lucky is bullet hits him. Right. So for sure. Yes, she was lucky to shoot him. And then also lucky that one of the bullets knocks the productive but you know what I mean? I don't think I don't think so. Yeah. It was an unintended con unto unintended shot. That's not what she was aiming for, I think she would prefer that all our bullets went into the bad guy. So that's all I'm trying to say I don't think it's I wouldn't describe it as lucky 'cause remind she wants him dead. No, for sure about how much light, she can see. Okay. Right. That's not something that she was thinking about. Oh, I wish I wish I could shoot out a window. She wasn't trying to do it. I know what it was. It was ridiculous that it happened. Well, I don't really have an issue that only in the sense that. I don't care. No, it didn't really didn't really matter to me, one way or another. Right. So it would have been different as if you know, she's like shot him, and it's like, and then you look at around and going. I really wish I could see something and then shot the window, then he'd be like, okay, what you can't see something. You do. One bullet shot in light comes in, but in a spray of bullets when bullets are flying everywhere, and he's standing in front of a window. I don't have a problem you found a reasonable I'm guessing Ethan you found a reasonable as well. Yeah. Kyle I'm surprised of as with how Nick picky you're being. You didn't notice that the shadows once he's running around in the pitch black shadows noise and see the shadows, shadows. So, like when he's watching through the night vision, he I see shadows. Oh, that's a continuity. You're okay. No. I didn't see the only thing issue. And it's minor an oh, okay. No, I didn't notice that at all. Like to, to me, it felt like she was in the absolute pitch black. But I guess since their shadow she will. It's not a big deal. Right. Like, I only only only only noticed it because I washed in a video once. Okay. Okay. It was funny. Interesting. Very, very cool. And you know what? Because of this movie is such a classic. There are gonna be people kind of like, like going through each scene in nitpicking, and like trying to find out every little thing, right? But that's, that's what I didn't pick up on it. I probably would have never picked up on it. If you didn't bring it up there, but that that's interesting. I'm actually about science about that. So infrared goggles for the Gulf, say, has it just amplifies ambient light. Whatever light is happened to be in the room. It just amplifies it. Okay. Okay. So if this empathizing some sort of light and it can see gradations of light within the goggles. What did she cast a shadow, but he saw I got on my head. I don't have an answer for you. I don't know. Either. I don't know either. But it's like I just think you know because that's, that's the way that's how the operate. Right. So I don't got nothing. But even even with these minor small things I wanted to bring up and just see what you guys stood this, obviously a classic. This is. Movie that I love and to be honest. I've, I've, I love the sequel. This is a great French franchise. So maybe we'll have to do more of these films later on for the podcast. I don't know if that's something you're interested in. I only like this one. All right. Well, this might be the only one of the signs. Like, you know, we are we're motivated by our listeners rights, if they want us to, to set the movie or the enjoy us when we do dissect movie, I'll watch and review any movie they want us to watch and review. I don't really I really don't have a problem with it even aliens three. I really don't have a problem with it because it's this is what we like to do. So it's not like it'd be putting any hardship on me though. I don't know for sure. But no Ethan you the same way as the only one you liked in the series or were you were you into Hannibal will you into red red dragon. Or I liked red dragon. Yeah. It I wasn't I didn't go in and SP, expect sounds lambs that didn't get it at one in neutral. And I was happy with what I got. I like row fiends are like as Hopkins. I like Edward Norton, so, and I enjoyed it, it was fun. Yeah. No. And I think I think that sums it up. Well, I'm kind kinda sitting in the same spot, but it's been years since I've seen that movie as well. Right. So I would need to refresh my memory. Have to watch it again for me to give a really true impression of how I feel. Yeah. I read I read the books, right? So I liked. I liked the red dragon book it was good. The tooth fairy was a cool character. But other than that, like, for movie, movie wise, I, we talked about it before, like manhunter, which was based on the red dragon novel a while ago. That was okay it was pretty good. But yeah, this one this one is Samsa lambs captured. The power of anti Hopkins character playing Hannibal Lecter within sixteen minutes in did phenomenally and all the other movies, I found after that we're trying to chase that. So for me, they couldn't catch the lightning in a bottle. No, they couldn't catch that this was like a perfect conflicts of all these amazing ideas and well, written dialogue. Well, written plop progression. And it just boom it was it was it was dynamite, so everything. After that. I was like I wasn't I watched it hoping hoping to be impressed at hoping to love it. I just never happened and on could be just me if you know other people like you like what you like right yet, and as we talked about, before I'm highly influenced, by the critics, and what they see they changed my expectations and for you. Might be these these books. You read these books you love it. And sometimes movie doesn't live up to it. Nas. Not. That's not. That's not what I meant I meant. So I met this movie. Standalone science lambs was amazing. Right. I read the books and I enjoyed the books, but I, I know books and movies are different..

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"dr chiltern" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr chiltern" Discussed on Unspooled

"Speaking of being scared into last week. You asked me what got me scared about this movie and to tell you, and I still reacted ceiling. It's a scene inside. The what is the Tennessee courthouse wherever he's being held hostage in that make shift prison gauge, clearly like who has that's not where they have a giant birdcage in the court mean not questioning it. I love this movie. But that is a real question. Why did we need to build him? This like, you just don't have a normal jails though, that you could just like he's not superman, but I love it. It's great. It's beautiful. I'm not going to nitpick. But all that to be said that scene when you know, he's regurgitating the piece of the pen that's going to open up his handcuffs. And he's going to champ into those guys faces that scene the when he goes to bite into that guy. I covered my eyes. I've seen does nine at graphic scene. It's not it's nothing. Intense, but the wage shot, a serial killers attack, and you don't feel that from gum in the movie ever, you feel it just from him that moment of pouncing. But okay, what's interesting to me about that scene? Too. Is how it's played with classical music. Like, what do you think is going on? I mean here. Let's listen to him. Ready when your social? Is there just to soften this disorder in the hor- to make sure we still like think it's shucks to position I think that this movie is so aped in so many ways, I think it's showing I mean characterize because it's real music in the scene. This is not music scored. He's refined man. He's drawing these beautiful pictures from memory. He he so worldly, it's in his character. But that jets physician I like you could draw a m- everybody does this. Now, it's like you put one type of music, and you show one type of action. And it's I mean, I don't think there's invented because of course, cog orange. But I think it has a similar point do that last thing that he says there, I'm ready when you are that was supposed to be the original last line of the script. Oh, really? Yeah. Yet. Because here's this movie was supposed to end not with any Hopkins. Following Dr Chilton to an island it was supposed to end with them. Inquiries it when the chemicals back you realize he's in an apartment, and he's got Dr Chilton all tied up already. He's already trust and terrified I supposed to go. I'm ready when you are Dr Chiltern in that's when it's supposed to end and they veto that that was actually what Ted tally wrote. And then they decided to take that out because of a couple of things they're like, we have seen him locked up in cells this whole time like we wanna see him free was a lot of it, which I think is a great choice because you have him free like walking in this big wide open. You want? Theater going is. He there right now, exactly. Who has? And then you cut back to Jodi foster, and she's like pressed against a wall in wrapped around a cord. And it's like, oh, she is not free. Like he is. And she's not just the language of it. But also, they're like, it's a bummer like at a new dumber. If he's like literally there with the pairing. Look you're rooting for him. You want him to kill Chilton. Right. But it's better left your magic. And that's what this movie does time and time again, everything that he is accused of you don't see the picture of theirs. Even when he's wearing this the face of the the other guy. But he looks like Anthony Hopkins down, but but then when he's a little less. Dave are very careful at not showing you much gore in this film. It's all in your head. And it makes it a million versus the same reason of jaaz. It's the same reason. Why yet I think as a horror movie director, it's a much more classy move, you can convey ultimate fear without actually having. Gross. You know? I mean, because that's what we get like film is visual language film is not just like let me tell you a story about this dude films. Like, let me make you feel the story about the dude visually, and I don't have to show you it like when Cleary's walks all the way down those stairs. She's about to meet Hannibal Lecter that gate, slam shut and all of a sudden, she's bathed in red light. Like, she's in hell that is telling you, you know, and you can just make us feel that without being like, here's the nurse actually laid open. They have the two choices and they go at the red light. And not the flay. Let me ask you question about. Like the status of this character. We have a character here who are you lease an iconic film character. I would say fewer to put a list of ten icon acc- film characters. There's a chance that he's going to be on that list like their stats. He is the number one villain on the AFI villain list. They have a heroes and villains list. He's the number one villain. Did you put on better? Do you wanna guess Darth Vader, right Vader? Check. I would there's I would go with some more like classic like FREDDY Jason ones, I feel like that's a little too low brow for this list. Little valley actually talked about the other ones on the list before. What do you got? What do you got number one Hannibal Lecter number two Norman Bates? Great three got Darth for you got the wicked witch. Oh, interesting wicked which I would never put on that list. But that's a great choice. Yeah. It makes sense when I heard I was like. Yep. That terrified me my entire childhood. And then this is not four, but for my I would put Potter from its own of life. Oh, I love that. But we're talking about a characters own on screen for sixteen minutes. That's it. Sixteen minutes in the end, the movie feels like it's a Hannibal Lecter movie. It doesn't feel like he's on the screen for sixty minutes. No, it's not a buffalo. I mean, it's is at the performances at the writing is the character. Is it a combination when you have a character that becomes this icon IQ? I mean, I have some bets of their correct? I think a lot of it has to do with how Demi shot him like you don't see him. I think that orange jumpsuit not being or jumpsuit as a big thing because that's kinda generic. But his look is not generic not having him behind prison bars. I think is a big thing because he as the giant birdcage, but they built this like plexiglass everybody else's in bars. But he gets this clear cut plexiglass. The camera gets to really see him in a way that you wouldn't see if they had shot him in a normal prison thing, I think there's something in argest like visual shock of looking him buying this thing that I think the plexiglas was inspired by liquor stores. Okay. No. It didn't really exist. But they made it exists for this. And so the camera just takes him in in a way that we wouldn't. I think otherwise is part of it. I also. I wonder if part of it is just this miraculous timing. I mean silence of lamps comes out February of nineteen ninety one. That Stummer is Jeffrey Dahmer gets arrested like that summer. And I wonder if there's this one two punch where you're like swimmer after or before or after okay, like this movie came out in then Jeffrey Dahmer got resting because I was gonna say if it was the other way around do you think that the Jeffrey Dahmer story gets more play because of this movie, you know, the there's certain things we live in a culture now where certain shootings don't get as much coverage as others. But I wonder if you know because of this movie in the way, it was in the mainstream a lot more attention on Jeffrey Dahmer, you know, I don't know. I don't know. I mean hard to shock. But like imagine this whole new cycle where you have pictures of Hannibal Lecter next to pictures of Jeffrey Dahmer in the newspaper, you know, like that happens. And I think when that happens a I think it's part of how silence of the lambs state in the culture so long to win an Oscar from February to the next March, which is like does not happen. You know, everybody clogs. Fall. I think that's dumb. But also the February movies really don't win. It's the rare case of February movie winning. And I think a lot of that is Jeffrey Dahmer, and by the way is the dump monks. If you know this in the world of cinema like it's after the kademi awards, it's after your Christmas movies. So becomes the month? Where people are you don't think this is that great February release. And then just normally it's a place where movies go to die, and then occasionally they put a good movie there, and it's like number one for nine weeks. It's like oh bad mom's still number one at the box because there's nothing else out there and people are like we're in so. Game out of it. Exactly. Yeah. Good. I wanted to like good movies every month of the year. But there was a during this time that was a dump month yet. But the idea of movie like silence of the lambs winning best picture is nuts. Right. Any given thing. I think if you took Dom of that equation. It doesn't win to be honest, which is bizarre. But I think there's something in this near the top Ford, Darth Vader, doesn't exist. Norman Bates kind of. Yeah. Like Norman Bates to wicked witch doesn't exist, but two things that could happen in the real world and the bottom two or myth, the MIR ask you my second question, then in that, which is why does his career continue in and I would say flourish after this movie and other people who've taken parts like this go away because you know, him, you know, you look when you look at that Hannibal Lecter. But yeah, I mean is he so good at being posh is he still good at being like a Butler and remains of the day? You know, that we need that niche filled. Do we really want like a British person to tell us what's up if he's an American plane is part does he get welcomed into American roles is Anthony Hopkins. So niche already as highbrow British that we just think of highbrow British is being a little bit vaguely evil anyway. So we let them transition. I mean, you think about all the people in the Harry Potter movies, all the evil teachers they're able to come back over here. Maybe because we're at peace with like an evil Brit. But we're not at peace with an evil American. I buy that. Now, go one step on the other side of the equation. Maybe it's because you like him. You don't like Norman Bates engaged by Norman Bates. I enjoy that performance. I like that role. But there is something about him that you want him to kill Chilton at the end like you're okay with him being out there. He is pure evil. But he kind of tricks us to say a word out loud that I've never said I'm nervous about it. All right. I feel very nervous about this. I think Hannah. Elector is Abby. Oh, my God Zadie dropping that he bond now, I'm like a little ashamed. I even said that out loud put that in my mind. Cosmic goes rider. That is like you want Hannibal Lecter to approve of you, do you know, you wanna win his approval. He is there something. Yes. Right about. And the way that we're doing you're like, oh, my God res- if Norman Bates like she was a little creepy. You wanna go to your room? We'll how about this because we're looking at it through Jodie Foster's is we are Jodi foster the film audience, and so they have this relationship. So we're viewing it more sympathetically than other films, Amy. We just broke the and code. Now, did you notice the other interesting thing about Hannibal Lecter in this film? The thing that we are coming across time and time again movies full of memorable lines not just from Hannibal Lecter, but also from buffalo Bill, I mean, in the most weird way, Robb Hubel closest friends will do a buffalo voice that makes me like laughing last night because basically every line buffalo Bill says I've heard said to me by Robb Hewlett certain points in my life. This one.

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"dr chiltern" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr chiltern" Discussed on KOMO

"Earning six hundred and thirty million dollars globally in its opening weekend the highest of all time the nineteenth film in the vendors franchise brings together some of the biggest heroes in the marvel universe from iron man to black widow to black panther all uniting across their respective galaxies to defeat thanos the ultra villain searching to find the infinity stones now black panther the third highest grossing movie of all time domestically is climbing to box office charts again experts say thanks to infinity ward spoiler alert i know what happens at the end of that movie turns out that darth vader is luke's father as abc's diane macedo reporting former snl cast member and comedian dennis miller is planning a joke attack against white house correspondents dinner comedian michelle wolf miller did not like michelle wolves controversial white house correspondents dinner performance tweeting what a horrid human being michelle wolf is i'm going to read up on her over the next couple of days and i'll have a few brutally mean jokes about her by wednesday miller is now trending on twitter as people post brutally mean jokes about him a few millennials wondering who the slow working dude is with one user joking i love the dennis miller is still using a publicity photo i twitter account that's older than some twitter users that's mike bauer reporting apple fixed a seri glitch over the weekend had to do with a surprise i phone users got when they ask siri to define the word mother over the weekend when i phone users asked to siri to find they were so shocked by her response that they posted videos of it online a woman in relation to child dr chiltern to whom she has given birth not that part the surprise comes.

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